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  • True. True. *stands corrected* *scratching head*

    October 20, 2007

  • Maybe you're overthinking this, c_b? By that logic transalpine Gaul and cisalpine Gaul would be bunched up together in the mountains.

    October 19, 2007

  • Well, I like definition 2, but... after I thought about it my head hurt. How can a landmass be transatlantic? Doesn't that imply that it spans the Atlantic? In which case... how is it a landmass? And how is the Atlantic, the Atlantic, and not, you know, some northern lake or sea and some southern lake or sea?

    But I do like it. I been to yurp once-t.

    October 19, 2007

  • 1. A burp of affirmation.

    2. A large transatlantic landmass, inhabited by furriners.

    October 19, 2007