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Issue 40

Azimuth, Five Houses Puzzle, Kinswoman or Food, Kwizz Gig, Language of Sociology, Toolbars, Worgan Family all get Emily Bronto’s applause

In this issue Bikwil features Azimuth, Five Houses Puzzle, Kinswoman or Food, Kwizz Gig, Language of Sociology, Toolbars, Worgan Family

 

 

Contents of Issue 40 (November 2003)
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Business Arising — Tony Rogers
Harking back.
Mary Bennet — Jennifer Paynter
Part 12 of our serialised novella.
The Worgan Family and Their Musical Times — Kerry Worgan
Here are some background scenes to Australia’s first piano and the musical family that owned it.
Web Line — Tony Rogers
Azimuth: a Dream Fulfilled — Bet Briggs
"Looking and listening, seeing the painting, hearing the music became the pattern of working, accompanied by the ache of loss. Yet that feeling, as time passed, was a motivating force generating repair and renewal."
Remember those Azimuth poems? There’s quite a story attached.
Kinswoman or Food? — Lars Porsenna
Another in our occasional series Spellbound.
A Word in Your Pink Shell-like — Harlish Goop
"Some people do seek meaning in it, you know. Or at least I presume that such people exist. They must, surely? I could be utterly wrong, of course; the whole thing could be one enormous university hoax, and somewhere there are groups of sociology lecturers sniggering into their pina coladas."
Some more thoughts on jargon — this time the language of sociology.

The Five Houses Puzzle and How to Solve It — Tony Rogers
Here we go with logic and trial-and-error. Step by step.

Quintessential Quirky Quotes
Comic and Classic, from Everywhere and Everywhen.
From the Back Verandah — Fizzgig
Solution to Kwizz Gig 3.

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