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Author Mining term: Mochyn
Wormster

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Mining term: Mochyn
Posted: 30/06/2007 14:28:02
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Thought Mochyn was welsh for Pig

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JohnnearCfon

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Mining term: Mochyn
Posted: 30/06/2007 22:21:44
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Maybe it was made of pig iron! Big Grin IP: 89.243.6.199
Vanoord

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Mining term: Mochyn
Posted: 01/07/2007 09:02:26
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Quite right Wormster, it is indeed a pig. For two points, does anyone want to tell me where one is?

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Barney

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Mining term: Mochyn
Posted: 01/07/2007 14:03:23
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Vanoord wrote:

Quite right Wormster, it is indeed a pig. For two points, does anyone want to tell me where one is?

Are you on about a real Mochyn?
If so, there is one in Rhossyd isn't there?

I know where there are lots of pigs too!

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