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    Dear madam, sir
    I think that in the phrase (about colours)

    Beyond the black stump
    (AU) An Australian idiom idicating that even if you go as far as you can, the black stump is still a little further.

    should be "idicating" replaced by "indicating". I am not sure for 100%, I use english as a second language.

    With regards Samajova


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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Dear madam, sir
    I think that in the phrase (about colours)

    Beyond the black stump
    (AU) An Australian idiom idicating that even if you go as far as you can, the black stump is still a little further.

    should be "idicating" replaced by "indicating". I am not sure for 100%, I use english as a second language.

    With regards Samajova
    Yes, it's just a typo/spelling error.

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