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GUEST,Volgadon England's National Musical-Instrument? (1943* d) RE: England's National Musical-Instrument? 06 Nov 08

As for the tennis-elbow remark, I actually spent most of my time in class reading various history books, novels and other stuff. Of course this bugged quite a few teachers, but I was lucky with several of them, who were happy that I was expanding my mind on my own account, just as long as I passed exams.
Still don't have a formal degree and not sure when I will, would be nice, but other, more important things popped up.
What I said had nothing to do with pedantry, as you are purposefully avoiding my question. Why do you still have dual citizenship.

Irony is a very significant English character. You can find it in most books, songs, TV and movies!!

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