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RE: Tony Blairs Lapel flower??

In New Zealand we wear the red poppies coming up to Anzac Day, 25th April, a
public holiday, which is our official day of remembrance of those who died
in wars.

Peter Sinclair DILLON

> ----------
> From: 	Rory Sinclair[SMTP:rory.sinclair@home.com]
> Reply To: 	sinclair@quarterman.org
> Sent: 	Saturday, 5 January 1980 14:42
> To: 	sinclair@quarterman.org
> Subject: 	Re: Tony Blairs Lapel flower??
> The custom of wearing "poppies" from the last week of October to November
> 11
> each year is a custom found in all commonwealth countries and as a
> Canadian
> , I have worn a poppy every Remembrance Day since becoming sentient.

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