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“If you've just mended a fuse, changed a bulb or fixed a blender, the exeter is the small, flat or round plastic or bakelite piece left over which means you have to undo everything and start all over again.”
“Anonymous said ... who paid for camerons plane today to get from exeter to preston michael ashcroft”
“Various venues, to 10 Jul, visit exeter. gov.uk/summerfestival”
“Categories: Modernism · art · exeter · fiction · film · ica · politics”
“I didn't know it was him, we just happened to chat, it was a completely crowded compartment on the way to exeter, and he was completely magnetic.”
“March 18, 2006 at 04: 07 PM wow, you applied to exeter? brave woman!”
“They never take long - the latest one in exeter went from first workmen to open for business in under a month!”
“This a photo i took of the best place in 2005..the chrome wall. it was an abandon aircraft hanger in the city of exeter UK that has now been destoyed for houseing. it has been a hall of fame for exeter writers for a long time. and for us it was for sure the best place of 2005. have a happy crimbo and a happier new year!”
“All light household and electrical goods contain a number of vital components plus at least one exeter.”
“Then decide .. in for a penny in for a pound .. £5 on exeter to win, they manage to keep it at”
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All of which are mentioned in O'Brian's Aubrey/Maturin novels, someplace or other. Most are British navy ships, some are French navy, and others aren't either one.
See also the list Sh...
Boston: Re-Printed and Sold at J. Draper's Printing-Office in Newbury-Street. (Price Sixteen Pence single.)
See the companion list, A LIST of the Men of War the French have left," 174...
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