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1 17th August 16:16
mike griffiths
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Hello all,

Is there anyone who can tell me if Qatar Airways intends to operate flights
from Doha to Sydney via Singapore. If this is the case, I would appreciate
any information be posted for all.

MG......ex Ansett
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2 17th August 16:16
pits
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Mike this site may be one to monitor for news etc.
http://www.airlinequality.com/news/qatar.htm
Good luck with it :-)
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3 23rd August 06:04
paul saccani
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Platypi.
cheers,

Paul Saccani
Perth West Australia
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4 23rd August 06:04
paul saccani
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It looks like a Southern Brown Bandicoot,

isoodon obesulus

sub species fusciventer.

At least, it does with the limited view in your photo.

Those ears are rounded, rather than pointed, aren't they?

cheers,

Paul Saccani
Perth West Australia
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5 23rd August 06:04
paul saccani
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Neither, and the range of bilbies extends as far as Perth, though they are
exceedingly rare.

cheers,

Paul Saccani
Perth West Australia
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6 23rd August 06:06
ted harrison
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If the OED is correct, thern both platypus and octopus come from the Greek,
Saccers.

Hard to get an i out of that.

But usage has the last word. Platypus fits into print easier than platypuses
and it's easier to say.

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