[ROVERNET - UK] [OT?] Language "A Rover triumph!"

jpsco44 at aol.com jpsco44 at aol.com
Tue Mar 27 21:36:49 BST 2007

your honor  , i plege myself innocent !!
in my behalf i state that besides the rovers i also have a venerable 
TR2 .  ( TS 6327 LO )
therefore i find both words to be  above all , SUBSTANTIVE  !!

best regards,

-----Original Message-----
From: anders at xoz.dk
To: rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com
Sent: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 11:13 AM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] [OT?] Language "A Rover triumph!"

   Scoseria, very funny indeed. I note that Gianluca wrote "A Rover 
triumph!" which has a totally different meaning from "a rover triumph" 
as referred by you.

  Gianluca differs between "Rover" (car name) as opposed to "triumph" (a 
noun/substantive). You don't :-)

  The two car names DID once go together as in the original code name 
for SD1 which started development as RT1 (Rover Triumph 1).

 And yes, this is only joking fun.

  ....Anders..... I who can see the re-created Rover Logos making ready 
for the season's attacks from my window. Ref. the Sea Stallion 

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