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Knifley Round table translates Billy Joe Fudge into French

COF writes:
"Frenchy" Dubois stopped by the Round Table and opined that iffen Billy Joe was ta have been born in the shadow of the Etoile, he woulda been tagged Guillaume Jose (Jozay, not Hozay) Truquer.

COF at Dun Roman
High o'er Beautiful Downtown Knifley
Where we all agree thet Fudge sounds a might sweeter than Truquer. - COF
Comments re article 88251 Charles Marshburn Question on the Fudge Papers

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