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Gross Variations

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Re: Gross Variations

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 9:05AM GMT
Classification: Query
In the German language there is a character in the alphabet that is called, phonetically, "estsett" and resembles an English capitol B, except that it has a "top-notch" on the vertical projection of the B that resembles the lowercase "f" without the cross-line. This "estset" is the replacement of a double ("ss") in the language, not too much unlike the double-u is replaced by the "W" in English.
So the German "GroB" (with the top notch) is, in English, Gross
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Richard Gross 17 Aug 1999 4:59PM GMT 
Samantha Gross 4 Oct 1999 4:36PM GMT 
dianelgrosz 23 Jul 2000 2:36PM GMT 
WandaWright65... 2 Nov 1999 3:05PM GMT 
rose 12 Feb 2000 1:09AM GMT 
WandaWright65... 12 Feb 2000 10:30AM GMT 
msrobynson 6 Jun 2004 4:37AM GMT 
greghoppe 4 Feb 2002 10:08PM GMT 
claysoules 30 Dec 2011 4:05PM GMT 
josie8862 31 Dec 2011 3:33AM GMT 
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