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So as its that time of year who do BAJRites think deserves a mention in dispatches for services to our industry? They can be individuals or organisations who have improved the profile and conditions of the profession or enhanced particular areas of archaeological knowledge. I vote for Mr Hosty for fighting all sorts of battles on many different fronts.:face-approve:
Joseph Cyril Bamford inventor of the JCB.
A controversial answer: Unitof1
PP for his generous nature?

- but since that's unlikely to be seconded, and since it has to be done anyway, TONYEEE :face-approve:
Any digger who reads articles like 12th century fish production on the west coast of Britain Smile a person who tries to keep learning
well i nominate The Wee Black'n'White Beastie itself :face-approve:
GnomeKing Wrote:well i nominate The Wee Black'n'White Beastie itself :face-approve:
As that was the Royal Garden Ornaments 666th post then let's go with the omens and nominate the (monochromatic) Beast}Smile
can you hear the soundtrack of the omen ?
:face-kiss:
given that his bajrness has already been crowned and dinosaur must surely be weighed down with gongs my vote will be for miss provacative herself, may she rest without peace, unitofone.
P Prentice Wrote:given that his bajrness has already been crowned and dinosaur must surely be weighed down with gongs my vote will be for miss provacative herself, may she rest without peace, unitofone.

Is it just me or is anyone else uncomfortable with PPs tendancy to use the implication that unit of one is female as an insult? of course I may be wrong and it is intended as the highest praise:face-angel:
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