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    Re: What does this "arrant is half adamant" part mean?

    It's very strange. What is the text from? Is 'Arrant' capitalised in the original? If so, is it a name?
    Phonologically 'arrant' might be close to half of 'adamant', but it's missing the 'r'. Even so, what would that signify?

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