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MichaelR20/06/2019 16:15:16
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Brick Frog.

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Emgee20/06/2019 16:46:47
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Very low volume compared with a Peterborough Brick Co.

Emgee

pgk pgk20/06/2019 17:29:52
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The three musketeers? (someone had to be first)

Bill Phinn20/06/2019 17:34:01
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Posted by John Paton 1 on 20/06/2019 11:16:36:

Paul McCartney and the Finchley Frogettes - 'The Frog Chorus'

An earlier frog chorus was Aristophanes', in his comedy of 405 B.C. called simply Βάτραχοι - "Frogs"

Edited By Bill Phinn on 20/06/2019 17:34:22

William Chitham20/06/2019 17:39:42
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"Frog he went a courting and he did ride

sword and a pistol by his side...."

Don't remember his name though.

Rik Shaw20/06/2019 18:09:15
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You can stay on the rails with a swing nose frog:

**LINK**

or lose the plot with another amphibian.

**LINK**

Rik

Hollowpoint20/06/2019 18:15:16
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Baron Greenback from danger mouse.

JasonB20/06/2019 18:18:38
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Posted by pgk pgk on 20/06/2019 17:29:52:

The three musketeers? (someone had to be first)

They were at about 11.58 this morning, must keep up smile p

merlin20/06/2019 18:19:33
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I think that Mark Twain's first short story to be published (I might be wrong) was 'The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County'. This is an account of a powerful frog that lost a bet because someone loaded it with shot.

julian atkins20/06/2019 18:38:58
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How about Jeremy Fisher (Beatrix Potter), and Kiki in 'Hector's House'?

Cheers,

Julian

pgk pgk20/06/2019 19:52:46
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Posted by JasonB on 20/06/2019 18:18:38:
Posted by pgk pgk on 20/06/2019 17:29:52:

The three musketeers? (someone had to be first)

They were at about 11.58 this morning, must keep up smile p

Doh!

Part of a horse's hoof then..

Mick Henshall20/06/2019 21:16:05
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A Frog is also an ornamental braiding consisting of a button and a loop fastening front of garment, as in Miltary uniforms eg see Hussars,

Mick 🇬🇧

John Reese20/06/2019 21:29:46
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Froggy the Gremlin from the Buster Brown show, sponsored by Buster Brown shoes.

ANDY CAWLEY21/06/2019 01:12:07
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a person from France.

martin ranson 221/06/2019 16:21:11
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Wow ... what a lot of information from so many people ... thank you everybody ... that should keep me busy for quite a while.

TO NIGEL GRAHAM 2 please ... how did you know I was trying to write a book ? one section I am stuck with unfortunately ... in the "jam butty mines" at Knotty Ash there was an 18 inch tramway system ... the entrance is secret and guarded by the "Diddy Men" ... I cant find any of them to arrange access ... without important facts like these the book would fail ... maybe I should stay in the garden and talk to the tame frog who lives on my railway track ... he keeps playing "chicken" as my locos are approaching him.

martin ranson 223/06/2019 12:45:43
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To all who replied to my question .... thank you ... my original reply to everyone arrived as "edit post" and now seems to have vanished from the forum ... never mind.

martin

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