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Origin of due guard
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a***@gmail.com
2020-06-05 14:44:23 UTC
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A brother to whom I am teaching the EA work asked me the other day what was the meaning of "due guard". I was at a loss to provide either an answer or an explanation of the origin of this term, although I reminded him of what it literally was. Coils did not have a particularly satisfactory answer, so I suppose it's a term that's up "for speculation."
What is *your* interpretation and thoughts on the origin of "due guard?"
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I am convinced that "duegard" (the alternative spelling) is simply a morphing of the French expression "dû égard" (due regard) into English.
Rich80105
2020-06-28 21:02:23 UTC
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Post by a***@gmail.com
A brother to whom I am teaching the EA work asked me the other day what was the meaning of "due guard". I was at a loss to provide either an answer or an explanation of the origin of this term, although I reminded him of what it literally was. Coils did not have a particularly satisfactory answer, so I suppose it's a term that's up "for speculation."
What is *your* interpretation and thoughts on the origin of "due guard?"
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Garen
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Program Extension Specialist - West Texas Spaceport
Dept. of Agricultural Economics
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843 - MS2124
Office: (979) 862-4398 Fax: (979) 845-4261
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I am convinced that "duegard" (the alternative spelling) is simply a morphing of the French expression "dû égard" (due regard) into English.
A search on teh internet came up with this:
https://www.lodge76.co.uk/lectures/the_due_guard.htm

There is a Texas Lodge of Research you could ask . . .

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