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JGrubbs
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Re: Let's not forget RTOS programmers
JGrubbs   9/23/2013 1:45:19 PM
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And

"A stack of Forth programmers"

Max The Magnificent
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Re: More groups
Max The Magnificent   9/23/2013 12:50:00 PM
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@Jgrubbs: How about "a poke of proctologist"


I was going to say "let's not go there" (LOL), but then I thought:

   "a panic of proctologists"

   "a foreboding of proctologists"

   "a misery of proctologists"

   "an offense of proctologists"

   "an outrage of proctologists"

   "a trespass of proctologists"

 

But yours is simpler and more to the point (no pun intended :-)

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Re: More groups
JGrubbs   9/23/2013 12:05:28 PM
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How about

 

" a poke of proctologist"

Max The Magnificent
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Re: Collectives
Max The Magnificent   9/23/2013 11:52:18 AM
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@anon4480659: A prattle of PRs!


Good one

 

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Re: and yet more...
Max The Magnificent   9/23/2013 11:51:26 AM
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@David: ...and last but not least "A competence of engineers"

I like all of your suggestions -- some are very clever -- but when it comes to engineers I still like the one I suggested "An enterprise of engineers" :-)


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Re: Horripilations
Max The Magnificent   9/23/2013 11:49:06 AM
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@David: Actually his suggestion was in his subject line: "A Horripilation of Ball Grid Arrays"

My bad -- good catch

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Re: Let's not forget RTOS programmers
Max The Magnificent   9/23/2013 11:48:14 AM
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@betajet: "A tardy of RTOS programmers."

Good One!

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Re: More groups
Max The Magnificent   9/23/2013 11:41:13 AM
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@Duane: I love "a nnoying of nerds" ... that works on several levels. Not so sure about "a clumsy of geeks" ... how about:

"a gauche of geeks"

"a gawkish of geeks"

"a gawky of geeks"

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Re: and yet more...
David Ashton   9/22/2013 6:24:21 PM
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@Baetajet....All very good, and I bow to your superior knowledge on these subjects!

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Re: and yet more...
betajet   9/22/2013 4:26:41 PM
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I'm going to go with "an ingenuity of engineers".  This is in fact highly redundant, since the word engineer is derived from ingenuity, but most people (at least the USA) don't know this.

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