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No, I suppose that's another thing you've deliberately forgotten. astraea
Seb's posting that immediately followed made some good points that partly answered astraea but I think he or she is still missing the central point.
March 8th, 2009 4: 29am astraea (7 March) asks what is to be done about creeping Islamisation or dhimmitude.
Looks as though she met her nemesis...which, thanks to nulab's surveillance state is what all of us in England will be meeting more often soon, once Blair's astraea project - robotic drones which will police us from he sky - is operational.
The structures, the work of astraea, madrepores, andreas and meandrinas, bear a singular resemblance to fabrications of the architect.
Captain Nemo, to which I added an astraea punctifera, a kind of parasite polypus often found fixed to a shell.