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 on: Yesterday at 06:38:59 PM 
Started by Morbius - Last post by Morbius
This word cost me a rosette in yesterday's 10 letter puzzle.  I'd never heard it before (having never been to a pantomime).  It's certainly not a common word to me, although I note that 102 players got it.  What do others think?   

 12 
 on: Yesterday at 06:05:11 PM 
Started by Les303 - Last post by Hobbit
G'day Jack

I obviously wasn't firing on all cylinders yesterday Roll Eyes  I popped in after dinner to watch the sketches.  I particularly loved Omid Djalili laugh  Is it sad that I felt sorry for Harry Enfield's character in This one is not rough it has polish!  I've only just realised that your funny little eskimo standing outside the igloo with the pronged fork is having a BBQ Roll Eyes  So you were off to have a BBQ!!
  If I had half a brain I'd be dangerous Demon

Just gearing up for a busy morning on the dreaded fracture clinic...
   

see you later alligator
Pen

 13 
 on: Yesterday at 10:49:46 AM 
Started by Jacki - Last post by Tom
The apostrophe, regrettably, is fast disappearing from English grammar. One glaring example, is street names. For example the road named after the 'Green' family is known as Greens Road - no apostrophe. My own road name has suffered the same fate. I always include the apostrophe but a problem arises in some online registrations which will not accept the apostrophe.

 14 
 on: Yesterday at 10:25:51 AM 
Started by Jacki - Last post by mkenuk
I missed signally, slangy and unary.
I can assure you that I've never heard signally or slangy used before,

"Slangy" I haven't heard,

Well, you didn't have too long to wait to come across slangy again - in the following day's dashingly game!!
Hope you both played it this time!!

Welcome to the forum from me, by the way, mjpanic.

 15 
 on: Yesterday at 08:33:42 AM 
Started by Dragonman - Last post by TRex
Go to https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Photosmart-C4100-All-in-One-Printer-series/1142450/model/1142452

The page will try to detect your operating system. You didn't say whether you were using Windows 10 32-bit or Windows 10 64-bit. But the page will most likely get it correct for you. There will be a link labelled 'Download'. Download the file and run it. It should set everything up for you.

 16 
 on: Yesterday at 05:34:03 AM 
Started by Dragonman - Last post by pat
This might be helpful

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-other_settings/my-hp-photosmart-c4180-not-workinging-for-windows/638fe0c0-05b3-4bf9-a94d-09e66c35a3ab

I had a similar problem with my (very old) Photosmart P1000 when I tried to attach it to a different computer. In the end I had to make the computer believe the printer was a different model. That made it work, but in strange ways. If I want to print a document starting at page 1 I have to tell it to print in reverse order, i.e. starting with the last page, and I have to take each page out of the tray as soon as it prints or the printer tries to snatch it back. Weird. But the printer must be getting on for 20 years old and still going strong.

 17 
 on: Yesterday at 02:57:09 AM 
Started by Dragonman - Last post by Dragonman
 I need help from one of the formulites that knows about computers.
I have recently bought a new computer with windows 10 loaded . I cannot get my printer to work and all the advice from Microsoft is aimed at those that know what they are doing...I am not one of them. My printer is a HP Photosmart model C4180.
I would appreciate an Idiots Guide ( you cannot make it too simple ) from someone.

Many Thanks

Dragonman

 18 
 on: Yesterday at 12:16:44 AM 
Started by Les303 - Last post by Hobbit
  JACK

I actually thought transmogrify was a silly made up word that I picked up years ago Shocked  Bit like knacked! I looked it up & discovered that it really does exist laugh

Please don't be trepidated I enjoyed your cartoon offering laugh  I will enjoy the rest this evening after dinner Smiley
I seem to have moved on to restaurants! Must have been the mention of dinner Hungry
        



Pen




 19 
 on: June 19, 2019, 09:20:49 PM 
Started by Jacki - Last post by mkenuk
re unary.
Chi seems a bit inconsistent when it comes to mathematical terms.
At the same time that unary (common) appeared in the singularly 10-letter game, vectored was ranked 'uncommon' in the converted standard game.
Another frequent visitor to Chi games, surd, one of the first terms I learned when (briefly) studying calculus is also classed as 'rare'.
I'm not a mathematician, but in my opinion  unary is possibly the rarest of the three words I've mentioned.

 20 
 on: June 19, 2019, 04:22:43 PM 
Started by Les303 - Last post by Ozzyjack
  Pen


We really enjoyed the Keeping Up Appearances series.  I felt for poor Richard and Onslows wife.  Great cartoons.

Transmogrify?, Pen.  You had me running to the Dictionary. Wink

Im glad you liked the Aussie skits but enough of the colonials for the time being:

An archetypal Englishman
Just kidding, this is the real deal
This one is not rough, it has Polish

With some trepidation, I offer these:

        

 



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