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Date Posted: 19:06:13 02/19/04 Thu
Author: Craig Woodward
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Subject: Insipid Bread

First, forgive me if I've double posted. Had a little trouble.

Can someone please help me translate "Insipid Bread" into Gaelic. I bake bread and a book I was reading referred to commercial white bread as being insipid. I thought it would be amusing to name my white bread "Insipid Bread" (It really is good bread, but I just think it would be funny), but in Irish it would sound exotic and gourmet.

As I am only on lesson three, I will need this phoenetically as well.

Thanks so much.


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