Balance vs. Set in Lines

Chris1Ronald

Message 23381 · 5 Nov 2000 20:58:09 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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In a message dated 10/25/2000 7:46:02 AM Eastern Standard Time,=20
XxxxxxXxx@xxx.xxx writes:

> I have always thought this shewed mid to late C19th origins, probably=20
> descent from the "Balance" (with an acute accent on the 'e' - can't do=20
that=20
> on e-mail!) used in Ballroom Quadrilles.
> Nicolas B.,=20
Lanark,=20
> Scotland.

If you want to make a French "=E9", try "Alt130". It works with my software=20
(word). But I must admit I don't know if it survives e-mail transmission.

Chris.=20

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