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Jim Brown jbrown1000 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 14 09:06:34 EDT 2016


"With our common language we're more familiar with the English tradition
than the French tradition even though it is older." - Duff

OK - "throw" comes from England and Germany and "turn" comes from France.
So, since overwhelmingly the potters in the south came from English and
German background, how did "turn" become the norm?  That should keep some
busy for a while.  :)


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