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Re: Circles under churches
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> whats that saying, "a little knowledge"....

Actually, I've never really liked that little homily, believing instead that 'a little knowledge' in one person is something to be admired, respected and nurtured by those who are fortunate to know more.

I know very little about circles under churches, even less about yew trees, and next to nothing about the longbow, but after nearly a hundred posts on this Thread from people all adding a little more knowledge to those subjects (thank you for your info as well I should add) I now know considerably more than I did two weeks ago. Who knows, perhaps what began as a little seed of knowledge will one day grown into something as great as an oak or as inspiring as an ancient yew :-)

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11th May 2005ce

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