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But the adjective that the Spanish speakers in the Americas use for the USA is "estadounidense," which means that the ... so there is no reason for it to be a problem for anybody else, either. So, the matter is closed.

Oh, but that isn't USA.
Its EE UU.
This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... Americas (North, South and Central), not to just one part.

Please, please, please, drop this idea. There is a danger that some USAites will seek to correct this nominational anomaly by forceably uniting all of the countries/states/nations of the Americas.

Well, it may be too late for USAns. Wasn't there a meeting just a few months ago in Bolivia or Ecuador in which some proposals were made to unite the states in that southern continent a la EU?

Maybe that union could be EU EU.
(Unless, of course they go to war over how to spell an initialism/acronym referring to all the names of all the states.) But what about Guyane?
I think getting the US out of the OAS (OEA) might be easier.
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CDB filted:

Our danger is manifest.

I'm pretty sure I've actually seen rubber telephones for sale somewhere (and I don't have eyes like a rat, either)..r

"You got Schadenfreude on my Weltanschauung!"
"You got Weltanschauung in my Schadenfreude!"

This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... Americas (North, South and Central), not to just one part.

Please, please, please, drop this idea. There is a danger that some USAites will seek to correct this nominational anomaly by forceably uniting all of the countries/states/nations of the Americas.

Are you afraid that our President will invade them on the premise of Words of Mass Instruction?

Tony Cooper
Orlando, FL
There is a danger that some USAites will seek to correct this nominational anomaly by forceably uniting all of the countries/states/nations of the Americas.

Are you afraid that our President will invade them on the premise of Words of Mass Instruction?

Geez, Tony! Matthew was just settling down for a rest!

Mike.

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CDB filted:

Our danger is manifest.

I'm pretty sure I've actually seen rubber telephones for sale somewhere (and I don't have eyes like a rat, either)..r

Yes, and, of course, no. Trying to find the cartoon (for the senora, mainly), I googled "telefonos de goma" and found that history had overtaken the ottist.

This may be a wild and crazy idea, but the ... short. This would be an accurate description of its location.

I think it should be called "Coruscic".

Ciscoruscic, for us at least, surely.

On-line canal route planner: http://www.canalplan.org.uk

(Waterways World site of the month, April 2001)
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Django Cat wrote, in part:
DC, shuffling up to Buffalo.

Um, I think that's shuffling "off" to Buffalo. YMMV.

Which reminds me: Ray said (in another thread, maybe) something about "on" the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We'd say (here in Michigan) "in" the Upper Peninsula.

Maria
Who shuffles "down" to Canada. (Well, to Windsor, anyway.)
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CDB filted:

Our danger is manifest.

I'm pretty sure I've actually seen rubber telephones for sale somewhere (and I don't have eyes like a rat, either)..r

More like a "/pulga pedorra/"?

Frank ess
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