Perhaps 'real' in the sense of 'there really is a Father Christmas' / Santa
Claus/ St Nicholas (don't even think about going into that, it isn't Friday,
only Monday with trenches full of water
In a message dated 10/07/2006 15:31:34 GMT Standard Time,
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'Meet a real Roman Soldier'
Is this 'real' as in one who has been excavated or a 'real' reenactor with
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