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  1. Chuck's right. Gregg was a naturalised American, but he was originally from
    Ireland.

    Kevin
    (also from Ireland)

    > —–Original Message—–
    > From: VALO1969 [mailto:[email protected]]
    > Sent: 08 March 2005 23:08
    > To: Gregg Shorthand
    > Subject: Re: Shorthand rediscovered
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    > From: VALO1969
    > Message 2 in Discussion
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    > Hi! Great story! But I have read "Robert Gregg, an
    > American…" Isn't he Irish? I wonder what version did she
    > teach? Cheers, VALO
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