Talk:Miniature Fox Terrier

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 Definition A small Australian vermin-routing terrier, developed from 19th Century Fox Terriers and Fox Terrier types. [d] [e]
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Hi, Aleta! I wonder if you would reconsider the use of the word "fine" in the first sentence. I'm sure that what you are saying is that it is a "fine boned" or "finely structured" doggie but I fear that for 99.7564% of your 'Merkin readers it's gonna mean "nice" or "high quality" or something that really isn't your intention. Just something to think about, along with the dangers of a common language that so bitterly divide us, as G.B. Shaw said, I believe. Cheers! Hayford Peirce 14:24, 28 April 2008 (CDT)

Easily done, mon copain. Actually, these little beggars are 'fine' in all senses of the word, but I do take your point. Thanks, Hayford. Aleta Curry 05:37, 1 May 2008 (CDT)