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Topic: abbreviations??? PNG (7 msgs / 133 lines)
1) From: cliff
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Hi All,
I'm new to this board and to roasting. I would appreciate it if your =
could spell out some of the codes you use for the new people. For =
example, what is the name of the coffee whose initials are PNG? There =
are others used and I don't have a clue what they mean.
Cliff Isackson

2) From: Rick Farris
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Papua New Guinea (Papua is pronounced papa).http://www.sweetmarias.com/coffee.indonesia.newguinea.html-- Rick

3) From: Oaxaca Charlie
--- Rick Farris  wrote:
 We can add CRLM - Costa Rican La Minita
ISH- Isle of St. Helena
CSA-Coffee Snobs Association
PNW-Pacific North West
  What other inicials have we been using a lot lately?
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4) From: floyd burton
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Spent a month chasing/catching exotic birds in PNG and most people I was
around locals and imports pronounced it as spelled-did run into some Aussies
that used the papa version though.  Still a big thing for young people from
oz to go walking about the highlands.  Some of the most incredible
flora/fauna I have seen and most of the beans appear to be heirloom
types-the dreaded high yielding low flavor cultivars have apparently not
been introduced in quantity yet.

5) From: Rick Farris
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Floyd wrote:
Thanks, Floyd.  I used to pronounce it "pah poo a" and then someone
corrected me.  Must have been an Aussie.
-- Rick

6) From: Michael Horowitz
PNG= Puppy Non-Gratta; what the almost housebroken puppy is after an 
accident on the bed.
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7) From: Steve Wall
On Wednesday, February 26, 2003, at 01:11 AM, Oaxaca Charlie wrote:
PID would be a good one to spell out.  I think I had to google search
for that one after seeing it used numerous times.  Tonight's search
came up with PID = Proportional-Integral-Derivative.  For more info
see .
Steve Wall
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