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Cornish Jack21/03/2020 09:45:27
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Presumably the cryptic Mnnnnn is in place of an "I am bored emoji" ?

Possibly the answer to threads to which you have no useful input is ... don't make an input!

rgds

Bill

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Steviegtr21/03/2020 16:22:41
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Posted by Bill Chugg on 21/03/2020 09:48:33:
Posted by Michael Gilligan on 21/03/2020 09:12:17:
Posted by Steviegtr on 21/03/2020 00:01:51:

Mnnnnnnnn.

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That’s rather cryptic, Steve

... Could you please elaborate ?

MichaelG.

Please do elaborate as totally beyond me.

So the thoughts are the saw is in Leeds , so perhaps Dad in London is not relevant and OP is not replying ?

Bill

Just very little input from the OP. Lots of members trying to help,,,no reply, Hence the Mnnn.

Steve.

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Norfolk Boy21/03/2020 21:09:49
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And there was me thinking it was "cryptic" to do with em and en in terms of printers spacing typeset with the appropriate saw, these are good saws only seen one someone got from an auction ideal for modellers

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