[CQ-Contest] I shouldnt be complaining but..
w4zw at comcast.net
Sun Sep 17 11:10:45 EDT 2006
Guess I'm an OOTC, too.
EGREGIOUS has always meant distinguished or eminent to me. Guess all that
"egregious" Latin in my teen years is too blame.
Jon Hamlet, W4ZW
Casey Key Island, Florida
"A little piece of paradise in the Gulf of Mexico"
> > Lew W7EW/W7AT
> > Primary Plaquester for The Boring Amateur Radio Club
> EGREGIOUS in what way? Or are you using the ARCHAIC meaning of the
> word? Didn't realize you were that old, Lew.
> Gee, I hope to live to be archaic too! ;-)
> As Always, John W0UN
> 1. Extraordinary is some BAD way; glaring; flagrant.
> 2. ARCHAIC. distinguished or eminent.
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