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Old 08-07-2004, 11:20 AM
Kate Dicey
 
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Default Aboukir (Abu Qir / Abukir)

bogus address wrote:

The only Arbroath smokies come from Arbroath - the name is protected,
like Wensleydale cheese.



Which must really **** off the people of Auchmithie as they invented
them.

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Probably! They should have got a better publicity manager!

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