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1 15th October 05:45
xntrick
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Default 46 size engine wanted


wanted 1 second hand 46 size engine
for around 30 pound mark will pay postage.

please email me direct.....asking for a friend.
cheers and beers.
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2 15th October 05:45
paul mcintosh
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How about a NIB GMS .40 for L35.00? Just as much power as most .46 engines.
I have too many new engines sitting around and not enough airframes.

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3 15th October 05:45
david smith
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Paul, just curious, why do you use L for ?
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4 15th October 05:46
david lawrence
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I would suggest Paul is using a sign, but either his ISP or newsreader
changes it. we used to have this issue on our email at work when using
x.400 (the days before smtp became defacto).

HTH

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5 15th October 05:46
david smith
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OK, that makes sense, I noticed that my ? (euro) comes out as a ? (question
mark) sometimes. For some reason, the idea that an established currency like
the pound could effected as well hadn't occurred to me!

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6 15th October 05:46
john privett
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Possible, but I doubt it. Both Paul and you are using Outlook Express and
you produced the sign, so I don't think it's that. I very much doubt
Paul's ISP - btinternet - is changing it either. L is a "traditional"
symbol for the UK pound - ever heard of "Lsd" - pounds, shillings and pence?
(Probably Latin.) So I guess Paul actually typed L.

There is an international standard, ISO 4217, for currency abbreviations.
GBP is the pound, though UKP is often incorrectly used.

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7 15th October 05:46
david smith
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John

Yes, I do remember Lsd, and still mourn their loss. One big step towards
European domination of our lives. I think it is the abiltiy to think in
different numerical units, such as 12 pence to the shilling, 20 shillings to
the pound, 12 inches to the foot, etc. that sets us apart. I've been trying
to teach my wife imperial units, it drives her mad! Then again, it might
save me from coming home to find instructions to put 4 deliclitres of rice
in 12 decilitres of water and get it boiling for her1

However, I don't recall seeing L used as an abbrev. for before; so I was curious!

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8 15th October 05:46
paul mcintosh
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Because my keyboard is configured for US and the pound symbol is not part of
that setup.

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9 15th October 11:20
paul mcintosh
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Dave,

Why use decilitres at all? Wouldn't both of those just be 1.2l?

I prefer the metric measurements for most things, especially for things like
wrench sizes.

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10 15th October 11:20
greg
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Then I would suggest using GBP which is the accepted abreviation that
avoids difficult glyphs.

Greg
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