Richard, I have worked out what Lol means, but what about 'drot' from your
first posting? Is this some kind of Cumbrian dragline? (oh-err missus) ...
From: Newman, Richard [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 08 December 2004 11:03
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Watching Briefs - A Useful Form of Archaeological
Well I am so glad my little missive encouraged so much debate because of
my sloppy use of terminology. As it happens I completely agree that
archaeology is the activity and not the 'product'. Yes I should have
said archaeological remains, mea culpa (probably got this wrong as I
failed latin CSE). Point is though I was trying to send a helpful
response to a researcher and I think she and I understood each other. I
would not have been so unforgivably imprecise in an article or
publication but in a chatty email you were lucky I did not use text
speak. Lol Richard.
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