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Jul 11 14 6:40 PM

it is a good order, only drinking comes before eating , and procreating seems not necessary if we want to stop population grow

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Oct 26 15 10:13 PM

Published in the Bermuda "Royal Gazette" 16th January 1956
Santiago, Chile, Jan 15 (AP) - Ice served as a playing field and Penguins as spectators at a soccer match between Chilean and British teams.
Reports received here today from the Chilean Antarctic base of Caleta Pendulo (Pendulum Bay) said the Chileans won 2-1. Chileans were personnel at the base, and the British were from the naval vessel "Protector". Referee was a representative of the Chilean foreign office, Ulises Pinto.

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Nov 20 16 11:19 PM

Reuter report, January 1965
Wellington, Jan 23: Thirty rugby men will be playing it cool today in Antarctica. They have arranged a match on the McMurdo ice shelf, immediately south of New Zealand's Scott Base.
Men from New Zealand's North Island living at the base will meet South Islanders based there in the first rugby game ever played at Scott.
Players will wear rubber-soled canvas Antarctic boots. The Northerners will play in "Long-John" singlets with their opponents in thick grey jerseys.
The pitch for the inter-island match is in excellent condition: not a cremasse in sight.

[possibly "cremasse" should read "crevasse" ?]

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Nov 22 16 1:10 AM

nfm24 wrote:
Reuter report, January 1965
Wellington, Jan 23: Thirty rugby men will be playing it cool today in Antarctica. They have arranged a match on the McMurdo ice shelf, immediately south of New Zealand's Scott Base.
Men from New Zealand's North Island living at the base will meet South Islanders based there in the first rugby game ever played at Scott.
Players will wear rubber-soled canvas Antarctic boots. The Northerners will play in "Long-John" singlets with their opponents in thick grey jerseys.
The pitch for the inter-island match is in excellent condition: not a cremasse in sight.

[possibly "cremasse" should read "crevasse" ?]
Possibly - http://haitiancooking.com/recipe/cremas-kremas-or-cremasse/

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