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Hi Ray Recchia -
>>That's also known as ostrichism.
>I think you are spelling it wrong. The term is "ostracism."
I rarely misspell.
I said ostrichism and that is what I meant. The act of sticking one's
head in a hole, like an ostrich.
The fact it matched up so nicely with ostracism was, well, something only
to be admired, and then, to be expected that it be mistaken for.
>A number of others have managed
And the ostrich lays large eggs.
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