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Gili Bar-Hillel abhillel at hotmail.com
Sun Mar 25 13:11:03 EST 2001


Do Australians use "jelly" to describe
>something beside strained fruit preserves or is peanut butter and jelly 
>really
>that strange a combination?

Probably both.
Jelly can signify that which goes by the brand name of Jell-o, which would 
be odd in a sandwich.
And as a non-American, I can testify that anything having to do with peanut 
butter is vaguely bizarre. I actually like peanut butter, but it's an 
acquired taste.
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