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Old July 17th, 2022, 09:00 AM
Efrem Mallach
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Default [Dixonary] Time to vote for what BAFT means!

Fellow addicts,

Following are ten definitions of BAFT. Please vote for two that you like for any reason, such as (but not necessarily) thinking they might be correct, by public reply to this message:

1. An absurdity.

2. A genomic clone.

3. To plant firmly; establish.

4. [Scot.] disoriented; dizzy.

5. A coarse cotton based fabric.

6. The shaft or handle of a scythe.

7. 1. The stern of a ship. 2. The tail of an airplane.

8. The upright or moving arm of the Kittredge knitting machine.

9. [Med.] orig. a sickle, from the Latin; currently a curved scalpel.

10. A form of paper currency used by British forces occupying Germany after the Second World War (British Armed Forces Token) and discontinued in favor of the Deutsche Mark in 1959.

The deadline for voting is 48 hours from now: 9 am Tuesday in the eastern U.S., and:



Vote on!

Efrem

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