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obscurus
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01/12/2013 4:50 pm  


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03/12/2013 1:02 am  

Nice, obscuruspaintus!


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christibrany
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07/12/2013 7:47 pm  

Yes I like that a lot too. Would make a nice decoration for the ol boudoir


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11/12/2013 3:38 pm  

Yes - and the (is it?) russet colour particularly sets off the gold in the design; I also like the fact that there are eleven triple rays rather than 12, which might have been first thought by anyone seeing the clock-like display of their radiance.

I was also thinking it might make a rather attractive and literally ‘eye-catching’ cushion cover (which might also be most suitable for the boudoir too?)

Presumably the “12.1.13” refers to the American usage of the calendar & maybe the date it was conceived, rather than it being from the 12th January instead or some other esoteric reading of the numbers involved. 

Shine on,
Norma N. Joy Conquest


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the_real_simon_iff
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11/12/2013 7:03 pm  
"jamie barter" wrote:
there are eleven triple rays rather than 12, which might have been first thought by anyone seeing the clock-like display of their radiance.

93, Jamie!

When someone drops something like this I just have to count - and I count twelve! Sorry... or am I wrong?

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Lutz


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Shiva
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11/12/2013 7:28 pm  

Twelve is correct (12 ;))
At first, I though this was the cover of a new Maroon Equinox.


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Hamal
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11/12/2013 8:47 pm  

It would make an excellent wall hanging or banner.

93
Hamal


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jamie barter
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12/12/2013 11:07 am  
"the_real_simon_iff" wrote:
"jamie barter" wrote:
there are eleven triple rays rather than 12, which might have been first thought by anyone seeing the clock-like display of their radiance.

93, Jamie!

When someone drops something like this I just have to count - and I count twelve! Sorry... or am I wrong?

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Lutz

93s!  It seems I can’t add up and I can’t spell at the moment.  It’s most odd, because I did count this three times and on each occasion it came to 11, but now I do so again it’s rather oddly changed to 12.  In view of the clock face, Eleven would have been more interesting!  Ho, hum – just one of those strange things which happen I suppose! 

Feeling like “The Happy Man” * –
N Joy

* Can’t read and can’t write, in bed all day and up all night…


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