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G'day mates, here's today's medical daffynition:
Ganglia - A very tall thin person

...and here's today's factoid:
Peeping Tom's delight: There are 6500 windows in the Empire State Building.
09/Dec/12 12:00 AM
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Good Maen!
09/Dec/12 12:02 AM
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Finally found where these are!!! Hope for me yet.....Not computer literate at all
09/Dec/12 12:09 AM
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Now to tackle the puzzle/s......no time posting for me!!! I keep getting interrupted is my excuse and Im sticking to it!!
09/Dec/12 12:11 AM
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No needed today... rainy again.
But we need rain.
Glad it wasn't in the form of snow with traveling yesterday.
09/Dec/12 12:32 AM
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Yikes! I hit '5' and I don't have any kittens to post!
Will do?
09/Dec/12 12:43 AM
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Everyone must be today.
09/Dec/12 12:53 AM
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People walk there?
09/Dec/12 1:41 AM
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I would love to walk there, Serena!
09/Dec/12 1:42 AM
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Thought I'd be way late.
09/Dec/12 1:46 AM
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Back after almost 2 hours and still only 10?
Shiela - piggies do quite nicely!
09/Dec/12 1:50 AM
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Boy was I slow on the puzzle this morning! I would love to hike those trails.
09/Dec/12 1:53 AM
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I was pretty slow too. Let's just blame the puzzle.
09/Dec/12 1:57 AM
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I would have loved to walk there too, when I was younger and didn't have shortness of breath issues.
09/Dec/12 1:59 AM
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Wouldnt catch me walking there at any stage in my life, Im terrified of heights...pretty picture to look at though
09/Dec/12 2:02 AM
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I can do some heights but not all. Just looking at that picture puts it in the not category.
09/Dec/12 2:08 AM
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I've been to Capri. I didn't know about the walking trails. Not that I would have used them.... I, too, have height issues.
09/Dec/12 2:19 AM
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You're short, Kathy?
09/Dec/12 2:22 AM
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... thought that was shosho.
09/Dec/12 2:23 AM
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Since I'm here ...
09/Dec/12 2:23 AM
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Here we go.
09/Dec/12 2:23 AM
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09/Dec/12 2:23 AM
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Good morning people of the world.
09/Dec/12 2:23 AM
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09/Dec/12 2:24 AM
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As Peter has observed, I am

Only ONE answer to yesterday's poozle. The answer was: Eliminate the middle man.

I award Greg my new ''Grumpy Crown''
09/Dec/12 2:25 AM
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Pretend to be a Time Traveler Day
National Hand Washing Day
Hanukkah Begins
09/Dec/12 2:25 AM
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Yes, as a matter of fact, Keith, I am grumpy AND short! Not quite at Shosho's level, though.
09/Dec/12 2:27 AM
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Does Fiona know that the end of the world is approaching, again? Do we have enough in our bags?
09/Dec/12 2:28 AM
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to those celebrating!
09/Dec/12 2:30 AM
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HOLY ....!!!!! I wouldn't want to even attempt those ''walking tracks''!! I wonder how many people slip each year?
09/Dec/12 2:35 AM
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''Can you find the eleven hidden colors in the following paragraph?''

Many injured animals are invited to live at the 'Toronto Range'. Stop in kangaroo corner and marvel at the lovely creatures within. Dig over the potato More...
09/Dec/12 2:37 AM
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I'm not afraid of heights, but I fully acknowledge that I am a klutz. It would just take one trip or stumble, and I have been known to trip and fall over a blade of grass. Really! Those walking tracks don't look very forgiving for klutzes.
09/Dec/12 2:40 AM
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I'm off to pick up my Christmas tree now. I found a magnificent one, very thick and symmetrical, and it's being held for me.
09/Dec/12 2:42 AM
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Is there an elevator (lift)?
09/Dec/12 3:04 AM
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I'll dare to ask - will someone please explain today's medical daffynition to me? Ganglia - A very tall thin person

09/Dec/12 3:16 AM
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Funicular would be nice.
09/Dec/12 3:27 AM
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gan·gling [gáng gling]
or gan·gly [gáng glee] (comparative gan·gli·er, superlative gan·gli·est)
awkwardly tall and thin: tall and thin, with a loose awkward gait

Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
09/Dec/12 3:29 AM
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Plural of ganglion

gan·gli·on [gáng glee ən]
(plural gan·gli·a [gáng glee ə] or gan·gli·ons)
1. anatomy cluster of nerve cells: a structure that contains a dense cluster of nerve cells.

09/Dec/12 3:32 AM
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Thanks Keith. For some reason 'gangling' didn't come to mind. Knew the med term.
09/Dec/12 3:44 AM
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1:45, but felt slower. Hi everyone.
09/Dec/12 3:48 AM
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