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Posted by Miri Barak on March 12, 2003

In Reply to: James Bond mishmash posted by ESC on March 12, 2003

: : : I came upon this combination and I don't have a clue to what it is. I'll be very grateful to anyone who can help me reveal the mystery.
: : : thank you
: : : miri

: : James Bond is a fictional character, a secret agent. He used a lot of spy gadgets. Mishmash means an unrelated assortment.

: : (Merriam-Webster online)
: : Main Entry: mish·mash
: : Pronunciation: 'mish-"mash, -"mäsh
: : Function: noun
: : Etymology: Middle English & Yiddish; Middle English mysse masche, perh. reduplural of mash mash; Yiddish mish-mash, perhaps reduplication of mishn to mix
: : Date: 15th century

thank you very much, of course I know who James Bond is, it was long time since I've seen his movies and forgot that he used all these gadgets.
So now it's clear.
Thank you very much ESC