Utterly OT: origin of a phrase?

Chris R sfa_ok2001 at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Jun 15 19:27:57 EDT 2005


I don't suppose it's one of the Terry Pratchetts where
octarine is mentioned?

Chris

--- Roger Burton West <roger at firedrake.org> wrote:

> On Wed, Jun 15, 2005 at 09:02:39PM +0100, Elizabeth
> Bentley wrote:
> 
> >"A colour not found in nature" implies to me one of
> those chemical colours
> >that no self respecting plant, animal or rock would
> display. Perhaps one of
> >the new dyes discovered in the 19th century.
> 
> Well, quite. I'm after that _specific phrase_, not
> the concept, though
> thanks to Charlie for an interesting post...
> 
> R
> 
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