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Reply Tue 31 May, 2022 03:56 am
The first dates back to Queen Mary, The sixth was second rate, The third was third rate and the fourth even worse. The seventh was originally from Scotland and the ninth so famous as to become a noun. The tenth was also the first and the next will be in a class of its own?
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Reply Sat 4 Jun, 2022 02:13 am
@sophocles,
Obviously a tough question with no responses. I was thinking along the lines of classes of Royal Navy ships but cannot find a link and why the ninth would be so famous. Any suggestions at all would be helpful.
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Reply Sat 4 Jun, 2022 03:38 am
@sophocles,
Why?

When you are given help you don't acknowledge it.

I gave you shadoof as an answer, no reply, nothing.
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