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    Hmm. I have Ohakea 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94. Some slight variations.

    I'll hit them with the scanner.

    Will keep looking for Foxton, Ohakune hmm, there's lots more but most without programs.
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    Programmes.

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    I liked Blakes7. You can find it on YouTube. It's a bit shit now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    I liked Blakes7. You can find it on YouTube. It's a bit shit now.
    It was awesome, I wonder how a remake would go
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    They'd cast an American and you'd have to stick you eyes out with a fork.
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    Now I'm thinking of Supreme Commander chick with the dark hair.

    They'd probably cast one or both of the Olsen Twins
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    They'd cast an American and you'd have to stick you eyes out with a fork.
    https://www.imdb.com/list/ls066406632/



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    Oh my jesus no.


    I thought we'd nailed that jewish carpenter to a bit of wood but look at the damage that caused!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Oh my jesus no.
    Avon's a bit of a pretty boy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grumph View Post
    Spyda - if you're serious about a book,
    yip, dead serious, it all depends on how elaborate i want to get.
    my partner is a cartographer which would have helped more six months ago, she's moved firms and doesn't have access to the same software etc so we are sitting down this week and sorting out a plan. right now i've a long list of circuits and compiling a list of what i have and then will go hunting what i'm short of. naturally the closer to home the better. i'm looking into portable scanners to, got a 91 year old to catch up with who has lots, and would prefer to do them while visiting in one hit.
    thanjks for the tip Greg

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    Many cheap printers have scan function these days I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Many cheap printers have scan function these days I think.
    yip, was wondering on a hand held option, we have a printer scanner, and they're so cheap we always have a spare new one when the price is right.
    i'm keen on coming over and having a look at the bucket programs if that's cool, i see you said you will scan them but it would be god to catch up and hold hard copies then i can see the style and quality before you roll your sleeves up too far

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    Yeah no drama I forgot to bring them so besides the door where I can't forget them. That clearly didn't work. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by nodrog View Post
    Programmes.
    you had me thinking...
    In American English, program is the correct spelling. In Australian English, program and programme are both acceptable. In British English, programme is the prefered spelling, although program is often used in computing contexts.
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    Decades ago, program appeared in American and British writing. In the nineteenth century, the Brits started to favor the French way of spelling it—programme. However it’s spelled, it means a plan of actions, activities, or procedures, usually for a specific purpose. Alternatively, it can refer to a list of acts or performers associated with an event, such as a theatrical play or a concert. Program can also function as a verb. It means to set, regulate, or modify to produce a specific result. When referring to writing code, both British and Americans use program as the preferred spelling.
    The school started a morning breakfast program before classes.

    The computer whiz programmed his computer to wake him up thirty minutes after sunrise.

    The backup dancer cried when she realized her name was not included in the program .

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    Program in the US

    “By age 18, children not served by the Chicago CPC program were 70 percent more likely to be arrested for a violent crime,” he said. “And, by age 24, those who were served by the program were 20 percent less likely to have served time in a jail or prison. By age 27, children not served by the Perry Preschool program were five times more likely to be chronic offenders, with five or more arrests.”
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    Among the gadgets is Code-A-Pillar, a caterpillar-shaped robot comprised of interchangeable segments, each of which adds a different movement command to the overall contraption, allowing the stripling scholars to program its behavior as they work out a pattern that gets the bot from Point A to Point B.
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    Program and Programme Outside the US

    An accomplished dancer and part of the academy’s professional training program , she recently placed third in the Youth American Grand Prix (YAGP) of dance in the senior classical ballet category.
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    Libratus, an artificial intelligence program developed at Carnegie Mellon University, was trained to play a variant of the game known as no-limit heads-up Texas hold ’em
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    An Irish scientist will feature in a BBC television programme on Wednesday night, to discuss the apparent health benefits of eating fermented foods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Yeah no drama I forgot to bring them so besides the door where I can't forget them. That clearly didn't work. .
    hevne't forgotten about you dave, just wading through what i have here and a couple of other sources, went over the wairarapa during the week and got about thirty programmes to shoot over and scan maybe today or tommorow, it's a big job i've gotten myself into.....

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