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  Magic: The Gathering Rules FAQ, v4.03 (part 3)         


Author: Zoe Stephenson
Date: Dec 24, 2008 21:20

Archive-name: games/magic-t-g/rules/part3
Posting-Frequency: About every 5 days
URL: http://www.daeghnao.com/magic/faq/

------------------------------

Subject: 3.00: Advanced Discussion

This part of the FAQ deals with advanced issues that delve into parts
of the game that have changed, or which are complex. For beginners,
this section gives the answers to some difficult questions; for players
with more experience, the discussion should provide skills that will
help solve most Magic problems. For this part of the FAQ especially,
it's worth having the Comprehensive Rulebook available while reading.

------------------------------

Subject: 3.01: Templating and identification

Magic card text uses specific templates to indicate that a particular
type of effect is intended. Some of the templates refer to the use
of particular words, some of the templates are simply idiomatic use
of English that Magic has adopted.
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  Magic: The Gathering Rules FAQ, v4.03 (part 2)         


Author: Zoe Stephenson
Date: Dec 24, 2008 21:20

Archive-name: games/magic-t-g/rules/part2
Posting-Frequency: About every 5 days
URL: http://www.daeghnao.com/magic/faq/

------------------------------

Subject: 2.0: Returning Player Questions

This part of the FAQ deals with players returning to the game after a
time away. It notes when particular changes were made to the rules,
card templates or game philosophy so that returning players can catch
up without being caught out.

------------------------------

Subject: 2.1.00: 1993

Sets released: Alpha, Beta, Unlimited, Arabian Nights

The rules were in quite a state of flux, with many interactions
unexplored and undefined.

------------------------------

Subject: 2.1.01: 1994

Sets released: Antiquities. Revised Edition, Legends, the Dark,
Fallen Empires

Major changes:
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  [rec.music.makers.trumpet] Trumpet - FAQ (Version 1.21)         


Author: David A. Roth
Date: Sep 22, 2008 22:06

Archive-name: music/brass/trumpet-faq
Rec-music-makers-trumpet-archive-name: trumpet-faq
Version: 1.21
Posting-Frequency: monthly
Last-modified: February 14, 2008
URL: http://everythingtrumpet.com/trumpet-faq.html

Trumpet FAQ
An FAQ for the USENET Newsgroup rec.music.makers.trumpet
Version 1.21
By David A. Roth
Copyright (c) 1996-2008 by David A. Roth, all rights reserved.
Date of first publication: May 25, 1997

This article is a description and primer on Frequently Asked
Questions (FAQ) about the musical brass wind instrument called the
Trumpet. This document serves as a starting point for anyone with an
interest in the Trumpet who reads and posts to the USENET Newsgroup
rec.music.makers.trumpet.

The latest edition of this FAQ can be retrieved from:
http://EverythingTrumpet.com/trumpet-faq.html
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  rec.models.rockets FAQ Part 03 - Rocketry on the Internet         


Author: rmrfaq
Date: Sep 22, 2008 22:06

Archive-name: model-rockets/internet
Rec-models-rockets-archive-name: rockets-faq/part03
Posting-Frequency: weekly
Last-modified: 2002 May 29
URL: http://www.ninfinger.org/~sven/rockets/rmrfaq.toc.html

Rec.Models.Rockets Frequently Asked Questions: PART 3 OF 14

ROCKETRY ON THE INTERNET

3.1 How do I get to the r.m.r archive site?

The old Sunsite rec.models.rockets archive has not been active since
sometime in 1999. The archives are now part of the ibilio.org domain:

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/archives/rec.models.rockets

--------------------------------------------------
3.2 What is available from the r.m.r archive?
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  rec.models.rockets FAQ Part 01 - General Information         


Author: Wolfram v.Kiparski
Date: Sep 22, 2008 22:06

Archive-name: model-rockets/general
Rec-models-rockets-archive-name: rockets-faq/part01
Posting-Frequency: weekly
Last-modified: 1998 November 16
URL: http://www.ninfinger.org/~sven/rockets/rmrfaq.toc.html

Rec.Models.Rockets FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions): PART 1 OF 14

GENERAL INFORMATION

This portion of the r.m.r FAQ is maintained by Buzz McDermott, at
[email protected]ix.netcom.com. Comments, criticisms, suggestions and corrections
for this section should be sent to that email address.

1.1 What, exactly, is a 'model rocket' versus a 'high power' rocket? Where do
liquid fueled and homemade rocket motors fit in? What about amateur
rockets?

'Model', 'high power', 'advanced', and 'amateur' are all terms which have
many definitions, depending to whom you are speaking. In r.m.r., and in the
FAQ documents, the definitions (if any) accepted by the NFPA, National
Association of Rocketry, and Tripoli High Power Rocketry Association are
used. If these definitions conflict the NAR definition is used.
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  rec.models.rockets FAQ Part 00 - Introduction and TOC         


Author: rmrfaq
Date: Sep 22, 2008 22:06

Archive-name: model-rockets/intro
Rec-models-rockets-archive-name: rockets-faq/part00-intro
Posting-Frequency: weekly
Last-modified: 2002 May 29
URL: http://www.ninfinger.org/~sven/rockets/rmrfaq.toc.html

INTRODUCTION TO REC.MODELS.ROCKETS AND THIS FAQ

Rec.models.rockets (r.m.r) is a Usenet newsgroup created for discussions
and topics
related to model and high-power rocketry. The purpose of this newsgroup
is for the
exchange of information...
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  Competitive Figure Skating FAQ: References         


Author: Sandra Loosemore
Date: Sep 21, 2008 11:15

Archive-name: sports/skating/ice/figure/references
Last-modified: 21 Sep 2008

COMPETITIVE FIGURE SKATING FAQ:
===============================

REFERENCES
==========

This article is part of the FAQ list for (amateur) competitive figure
skating. This section contains references to other sources of
information about the sport.

This FAQ list is posted monthly to rec.sport.skating.ice.figure. It is
available in both plain-text and HTML/Web versions. You can get to the
HTML version from SkateWeb at URL:

http://www.frogsonice.com/skateweb/

---------------------------------------------------------------------------

Table of Contents
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  Where to find the Ship Modeling FAQ         


Author: John O. Kopf
Date: Sep 19, 2008 22:06

Archive-name: models/ships/faq
Posting-Frequency: 7 days
Last-modified: 1 September 2005

This is the POINTER to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on ship
modeling. The FAQ itself is longer posted (since September,
2001); only the HTML version is available, at:
http://home.att.net/~ShipModelFAQ/.

*This* POINTER is posted weekly. It goes to:
news:rec.models.scale, news:rec.models.rc.water, news:news.answers
and news:rec.answers .

Also HIGHLY recommended is the Ship Modeling Email List Server
(essentially an e-mail discussion group). To subscribe, go to:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SeawaysShipmodelingList
...and follow the instructions there.

The following three sites are especially useful to ship modelers!

"The Maritime History Virtual Archives": a GREAT!!! (and one of the
first!) WWW location, maintained by Lars Bruzelius (in Upsala,
Sweden):
http://www.bruzelius.info/Nautica/Nautica.html .
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  Magic: The Gathering Rules FAQ, v4.03 (part 3)         


Author: Zoe Stephenson
Date: Sep 19, 2008 22:06

Archive-name: games/magic-t-g/rules/part3
Posting-Frequency: About every 5 days
URL: http://www.daeghnao.com/magic/faq/

------------------------------

Subject: 3.00: Advanced Discussion

This part of the FAQ deals with advanced issues that delve into parts
of the game that have changed, or which are complex. For beginners,
this section gives the answers to some difficult questions; for players
with more experience, the discussion should provide skills that will
help solve most Magic problems. For this part of the FAQ especially,
it's worth having the Comprehensive Rulebook available while reading.

------------------------------

Subject: 3.01: Templating and identification

Magic card text uses specific templates to indicate that a particular
type of effect is intended. Some of the templates refer to the use
of particular words, some of the templates are simply idiomatic use
of English that Magic has adopted.
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  Magic: The Gathering Rules FAQ, v4.03 (part 2)         


Author: Zoe Stephenson
Date: Sep 19, 2008 22:06

Archive-name: games/magic-t-g/rules/part2
Posting-Frequency: About every 5 days
URL: http://www.daeghnao.com/magic/faq/

------------------------------

Subject: 2.0: Returning Player Questions

This part of the FAQ deals with players returning to the game after a
time away. It notes when particular changes were made to the rules,
card templates or game philosophy so that returning players can catch
up without being caught out.

------------------------------

Subject: 2.1.00: 1993

Sets released: Alpha, Beta, Unlimited, Arabian Nights

The rules were in quite a state of flux, with many interactions
unexplored and undefined.

------------------------------

Subject: 2.1.01: 1994

Sets released: Antiquities. Revised Edition, Legends, the Dark,
Fallen Empires

Major changes:
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