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Anonymous
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posted: 7/31/2005 at 6:06:42 AM ET
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what is repatuar?

imnidiot
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posted: 7/31/2005 at 4:35:28 PM ET
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As far as I can tell, it seems to be German, possibly for the French "repertoire looked on google, and couldn't find much, and in "Word", it isn't listed in the dictionary. It only comes up as misspelled.

I am a fragment of my imagination

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posted: 7/31/2005 at 6:24:03 PM ET
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it probably is misspelt as i don't have it written down to show but i now know that it's a list of songs which you have played well for many years and you keep improving them and adding different techniques.

thanks for your help though imnidiot.
by the way, imnidiot isn't a good username as you're clearly not!

Pete
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posted: 7/31/2005 at 6:31:09 PM ET
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It is in fact the German spelling of "'repertoire"", as in ""erlernte das Pitching von neuem und verwandelte sich erfolgreich vom Power-Pitcher zum Finesse-Pitcher, der seine Repatuar an Pitches mehr variiert."" (one for you NYY fans )

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posted: 8/1/2005 at 2:28:07 PM ET
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ok, idon't have a clue what that means but thanks anyway!

imnidiot
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posted: 8/1/2005 at 2:53:12 PM ET
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The irony of it all

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posted: 8/1/2005 at 4:59:27 PM ET
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what does the irony mean?

imnidiot
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posted: 8/1/2005 at 9:37:50 PM ET
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I took that name because of the influence of a book I read a long time ago by Fyodor Dostyefsky called "The Idiot". The main charachter in the book was kind of like the guy in "Rainman" and was ridiculed by most people, but he was quite intelligent in some respects. Hence, the irony.

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