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And here I was thinking #19 was Bimoboman's posts


11 is incorrect. It's a muzzle.

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Term for the small wire mesh (filling bracket, wire basket, shipping bracket, French Muselet), with the sparkling wines how champagne or sparkling wine the cork is wrapped and fixed to the bottle neck.

https://glossary.wein-plus.eu/agraffe

According to https://www.champagneguide.net/info/glossary/ agrafe and muselet aren't the same though

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Bague Carré—A square lip on the mouth of a bottle, used to secure the agrafe. A bague carré indicates that the champagne was bottled with cork for its second fermentation.

Bague Couronne—A thin, rounded lip, seen on the tops of most champagne bottles. The bague couronne secures the crown capsule in place for the second fermentation.

https://www.champagneguide.net/info/glossary/


To the best of my knowledge Bollinger use cork seals for the second (alcoholic) fermentation and the cork is kept in with a giant staple (agrafe). They release their rare still red wine with the same:
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Do you think our Jovian friends can see that, Frankster?


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Do you think our Jovian friends can see that, Frankster?


Christ, I just bought a new 27" monitor and I'm struggling.... :lol:


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Do you think our Jovian friends can see that, Frankster?

I think I'll wait for Hubble to publish the image


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You guys know most browsers have a right click option such as open image in a separate tab or similar that will resize the image to your screen right? Or a simple view size option?

And on my phone I can just "pinch" my screen till it fits.


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frankster wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
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And here I was thinking #19 was Bimoboman's posts


11 is incorrect. It's a muzzle.

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Agraffe
Term for the small wire mesh (filling bracket, wire basket, shipping bracket, French Muselet), with the sparkling wines how champagne or sparkling wine the cork is wrapped and fixed to the bottle neck.

https://glossary.wein-plus.eu/agraffe

According to https://www.champagneguide.net/info/glossary/ agrafe and muselet aren't the same though

Quote:
Bague Carré—A square lip on the mouth of a bottle, used to secure the agrafe. A bague carré indicates that the champagne was bottled with cork for its second fermentation.

Bague Couronne—A thin, rounded lip, seen on the tops of most champagne bottles. The bague couronne secures the crown capsule in place for the second fermentation.

https://www.champagneguide.net/info/glossary/


To the best of my knowledge Bollinger use cork seals for the second (alcoholic) fermentation and the cork is kept in with a giant staple (agrafe). They release their rare still red wine with the same:
size: show
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This is easily the most middle class debate I have ever seen on this site! Brilliant, keep it going guys, I'm learning stuff I never knew I needed to know and will probably never need to know but if I do need to know it then I am sure i will impress the people who will have no idea I know this!


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This is easily the most middle class debate I have ever seen on this site! Brilliant, keep it going guys, I'm learning stuff I never knew I needed to know and will probably never need to know but if I do need to know it then I am sure i will impress the people who will have no idea I know this!


You know this true.


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frankster wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
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frankster wrote:
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And here I was thinking #19 was Bimoboman's posts


11 is incorrect. It's a muzzle.

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Agraffe
Term for the small wire mesh (filling bracket, wire basket, shipping bracket, French Muselet), with the sparkling wines how champagne or sparkling wine the cork is wrapped and fixed to the bottle neck.

https://glossary.wein-plus.eu/agraffe

According to https://www.champagneguide.net/info/glossary/ agrafe and muselet aren't the same though

Quote:
Bague Carré—A square lip on the mouth of a bottle, used to secure the agrafe. A bague carré indicates that the champagne was bottled with cork for its second fermentation.

Bague Couronne—A thin, rounded lip, seen on the tops of most champagne bottles. The bague couronne secures the crown capsule in place for the second fermentation.

https://www.champagneguide.net/info/glossary/


To the best of my knowledge Bollinger use cork seals for the second (alcoholic) fermentation and the cork is kept in with a giant staple (agrafe). They release their rare still red wine with the same:
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funny this is the same as 3 Monts beer
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You'll be shocked to find out the Chinese Giant Salamander is critically endangered for reasons you can imagine.


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Crystal meth abuse?


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If only there were some sort of diagram to display groups of people who look like either of them and where he sat in the intersection of the two.


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Noticed All Quiet on the Western Front was on youtube and the top comment alerted me to something I'd never noticed the 3 or 4 times I've watched this version ... whoops! Crew wandered into the shot! :D

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:lol: Took me a minute to get that... Excellent :thumbup:

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You guys know most browsers have a right click option such as open image in a separate tab or similar that will resize the image to your screen right? Or a simple view size option?

And on my phone I can just "pinch" my screen till it fits.



Most not being Firefox. :roll:


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