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Mark Lawrence breamoreboy at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 06:45:19 EDT 2018


On 06/07/18 07:04, Gregory Ewing wrote:
> Steven D'Aprano wrote:
>> Even the Eskimos and Inuit, living in some of the harshest 
>> environments on earth, managed to have a relatively wide variety of 
>> foods in their diet.
> 
> They might be living on a very wide variety of berries.
> 
> Or perhaps, in their language, "berry" simply means "food".
> 

IIRC their language didn't have a word for "toothache" owing to their 
diet and the use of their teeth as tools.  Or was that a precursor of 
fake news, an urban myth?

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Mark Lawrence



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