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  Julius the Great
From: ted.held at us.henkel.com on 2006.03.09 at 12:40:10(13930)
I, for one, have been outed as a freeloading lurker. The IAS will receive my check in the next few days. Think of it this way: it's worth 25 bucks US to be able to read the contributions from Julius on this list. The others are nice, too. But Julius is just plain entertaining and a polymath of rare dimension._______________________________________________
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From: "Patricia Frank" tricia_frank at hotmail.com> on 2006.03.11 at 19:14:35(13940)
So true, Tricia

From: ted.held@us.henkel.comReply-To: Discussion of aroids To: Discussion of aroids Subject: [Aroid-l] Julius the GreatDate: Thu, 9 Mar 2006 15:40:10 -0500

I, for one, have been outed as a freeloading lurker. The IAS will receive my check in the next few days. Think of it this way: it's worth 25 bucks US to be able to read the contributions from Julius on this list. The others are nice, too. But Julius is just plain entertaining and a polymath of rare dimension.

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From: "Eduardo Goncalves" edggon at hotmail.com> on 2006.03.12 at 18:51:08(13942)
Dear Ted,

I couldn't resist to eccho your message about Julius, the "King of
Chubas"! I agree completely: "polymath" and "entertainer" are rare qualities
and even rarer to be seen together... but I am sure it is the case here.

Very best wishes,

Eduardo.

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From: "Famille FERRY" jpcferry2 at wanadoo.fr> on 2006.03.15 at 11:37:12(13951)
Dears,

What is polymath? I found not this word .
Best regards
Genevi?ve

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From: ted.held at us.henkel.com on 2006.03.16 at 14:05:09(13954)
My dictionary gives the definition as "one (a person) of encyclopedic learning". It means a person who has profound knowledge about a very wide range of subjects. Like Julius. I apologize to non-native English speakers as it is a rather uncommon word. It seemed to fit what I wanted to say.

Ted.

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From: Don Martinson llmen at wi.rr.com> on 2006.03.16 at 14:21:13(13955)
Title: Re: [Aroid-l] Julius the Great

Dears,

What is polymath? I found not this word .
Best regards
Genevi?ve

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