Drongo in the pejorative

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Subject: Drongo in the pejorative
From: Glen Ingram <>
Date: Fri, 20 Jun 1997 13:41:32 +1000
Dear Birdingaussers,
Does anyone know of the use of  the word "drongo" in the strine sense in
literature before World War II. Quote will be fine but reference where
to find it would also be great. Librarians, e.g., Denis Abbott, please
say hello.

Merci beaucoup

Glen Ingram

"In certain circumstances, urgent circumstances, desperate
circumstances, profanity furnishes a relief denied even to prayer" Mark

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