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Bat-n-Ball Lane is a street in Bermuda.

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Stiff
1 minute ago, acute said:

Bat-n-Ball Lane is a street in Bermuda.

There's also one in Farnham, Surrey (UK) 

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EllJay
12 minutes ago, acute said:

Bat-n-Ball Lane is a street in Bermuda.

Would be worse if it was; Bat On Ball...

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acute
Just now, EllJay said:

Would be worse if it was; Bat On Ball...

Ouch!

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EllJay
5 minutes ago, acute said:

Ouch!

Yeah..you bet...or; you bat...     Well, that was a bad joke,...even for me...:P

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acute

There are more Americans than Jamaicans in Britain.

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The Bronte surname can be traced to the Irish clan Ó Pronntaigh, which literally means "descendant of Pronntach".  They were a family of hereditary scribes and literary men in Fermanagh (now in Northern Ireland).

Patrick, the father of the Brontë sisters, changed the family name from the original Brunty and added the 'dots'.

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