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    #11

    Re: mrow

    On my keyboard the "e" is just to the left of the "r".
    This might be a simple typo.
    When corrected, "meow" seems most plausible.

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    #12

    Re: mrow

    Quote Originally Posted by 5jj View Post
    My apologies to ~Mav~. Tomorrow I'll try to wake up before I get up.
    You needn't apologise. I feel flattered that you mistook my comment for emsr2d2's.



    Quote Originally Posted by TheParser View Post
    (1) Of course, I immediately rushed to Professor Google and learned that you are

    100% correct.

    (2) The Urban Dictionary tells us that it is "a human impersonation of a cat,

    either to annoy or show suggestiveness."
    Thank you very much for confirming my idea.

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    #13

    Re: mrow

    My first impression also was that a cat sound was being rendered, but a purr rather than a meow.

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