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16th April 2009, 16:46
Sorry to raise this one again, but I have two options for Q33, and have reasons for thinking that either could be right! "Browning prepared...." could mean browning as in bread, or alternatively Browning (with a capital) is the name of a very famous Company involved in making kitchen knives. Either way, the second word is where either of these items would be placed "side by side". Any thoughts, anyone?
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16th April 2009, 17:10
Re my earlier posting - Browning actually make "outdoor-type" (hunting, etc.) knives, rather than kitchen, so I don't know if that changes things??
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