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  1. Newbie
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    What is this means?

    Controversies revolving the Bard?
    the Bard=William Shakespeare?

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    Re: What is this means?

    Welcome, kando.

    From bard - definition of bard by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

    bard (noun), a poet, especially a lyric poet.

    All the best.

  3. Newbie
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    Re: What is this means?

    Thx..But what does the whole phrase means?

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    Re: What is this means?

    Opposing views (controversies) focussing or centering on (revolving) the Bard (William Shakespeare).

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    What does this mean?
    What is this mean.

  5. Newbie
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    Re: What is this means?

    Thank you very much!

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    Re: What is this means?

    You're most welcome.

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    Bard = a person who writes poes
    * The bard of Avon (= Shakespear)

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    Re: What is this means?

    Quote Originally Posted by aous02 View Post
    Bard = a person who writes poes
    * The bard of Avon (= Shakespear)
    The question has already been answered, aous02. Please read the entire thread before contributing. Your contributions are welcome, and they need to add to the discussion, not repeat what has already been provided.

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    Re: What is this means?

    Quote Originally Posted by aous02 View Post
    Bard = a person who writes poes
    * The bard of Avon (= Shakespear)
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    a person who writes poems.
    The Bard of Avon
    Shakespeare

    All the best.

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