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eastguy
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« on: January 16, 2004, 03:11:37 am »

If you have "radars" $5 ***6118116 and $20 ***1168611, does that make some sort of "combo radar"?

AND (not to upset Paul with "shouting"), if it does, would it have a premium in relation to non-combo's?

;)eastguy

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« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2004, 03:47:32 am »

Hello Eastguy:
Is that $5 radar a "Bird" or "Journey"?
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« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2004, 05:31:01 am »

Its an "oddity" of numbers LOL...or a "murder" of numbers if those are bird series..get it "murder" of numbers LOL

as a premium?? I dunno....the numbers are not the same..but are a jumble of the same numbers....there would be some collectors who would pay a tad more..not much...but personally,,while the numbers are interesting...I would be more attracted to them as individual notes...depending on the prefix.
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« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2004, 04:48:08 pm »

Hi JWS

It is  a "journey" $5 and a "bird" $20.....does that decrease the value?

We can throw in some other combos (never show your full hand), but I know you appreciate the question. Is it a "radar" or a "RADAR"? (Paul will accuse me of shouting).......

eastguy ;)

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« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2004, 05:24:11 pm »

Its a palindrome...


Is a murder of crows, still a flock???

Still looking for HNG, HNL, HNM radars,,,if anyone has any..
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« Reply #5 on: January 16, 2004, 07:44:19 pm »

Ok.

You guys started this......  ;)  (my personal favorite: a cover of coots).


A bevy of quail
A bouquet of pheasants [when flushed]
A brood of hens
A building of rooks
A cast of hawks [or falcons]
A charm of finches
A colony of penguins
A company of parrots
A congregation of plovers
A cover of coots
A covey of partridges [or grouse or ptarmigans]
A deceit of lapwings
A descent of woodpeckers
A dissimulation of birds
A dole of doves
An exaltation of larks
A fall of woodcocks
A flight of swallows [or doves, goshawks, or cormorants]
A gaggle of geese [wild or domesticated]
A host of sparrows
A kettle of hawks [riding a thermal]
A murmuration of starlings
A murder of crows
A muster of storks
A nye of pheasants [on the ground]
An ostentation of peacocks
A paddling of ducks [on the water]
A parliament of owls
A party of jays
A peep of chickens
A pitying of turtledoves
A raft of ducks
A rafter of turkeys
A siege of herons
A skein of geese [in flight]
A sord of mallards
A spring of teal
A tidings of magpies
A trip of dotterel
An unkindness of ravens
A watch of nightingales
A wedge of swans [or geese, flying in a "V"]
A wisp of snipe

Kelly

PS: This is only a partial list.
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rarenote
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« Reply #6 on: January 17, 2004, 12:04:35 am »


  Thats a plethora of similies.

 Hmmm i might have to look up one of those in the dictionary. :)


    Ron
 

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