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    Gardening and medical?

    This time the mp3 audio file lasts only 13 seconds. I havenīt got neither the words nor the meaning of them. I only understood "better amateur" "bloom" "full months" "rats in my sleep". I guess they also say "cheaper" "possibly" and "cadelyres" or something like this. Could anybody listen to it and, at least, transcribe the words? Can you guess what they are trying to say? They are from the same soundtrack.
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    Re: Gardening and medical?

    Pretty sure about all of this apart from "cadalius". It might be a made-up word or my spelling could be way off. Could even be something like Kattylyis.

    • Well I'm a better than amateur botanist. I've even made cadalius bloom.
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    • Group of evergreen orchids doctor.
    • My two simian friends here cost me a full month's pay. Fortunately, white rats and mice are cheaper.

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    Re: Gardening and medical?

    I googled the web and found a flower called "Cattleya", that is a type of orchid.

    So, I think this is the mysterious word, not "Cadalius", "Kattylys" or a made-up word.

    What do you think, Munch?

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    Re: Gardening and medical?

    Quote Originally Posted by marta_s1977 View Post
    I googled the web and found a flower called "Cattleya", that is a type of orchid.

    So, I think this is the mysterious word, not "Cadalius", "Kattylys" or a made-up word.

    What do you think, Munch?
    Yes, quite likely they are saying "cattleyas".

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