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Win a copy of the book Yet More Wit by Des MacHale To mark the launch of our Voices section on the local use of the English language, we're giving away a copy of the book Yet More Wit by Des MacHal…
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Win a copy of the book Yet More Wit by Des MacHale

To mark the launch of our Voices section on the local use of the English language, we're giving away a copy of the book Yet More Wit by Des MacHale to four winners of this competition.

For a chance of winning a copy of Yet More Wit, answer the following question a, b, c, or d, and fill in your details on the form below.

Question: The word keats was used in the Conwy Valley for?

a. part of a small boat
b. shoes
c. fleas
d. wood chippings.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/wales/northwest/fun/competitions/pages/voices.shtml

Closing Date: 21 January 2005 12:00
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back in the 70s the word keats was used to mean fleas in Dolgarrog in the Conwy Valley

the answer is fleas:)

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