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On 21/10/2012 21:45, Nick Odell wrote:
> I think it is more likely based on names. Even people who don't haveThat reminds me of a news story from many years ago about a male voice
> to give a passport number have to give the name of the passenger "as
> it appears on your passport." There was one year when my passport
> number changed three times but unless you are Mr Jones departing on an
> A380 from Cardiff chartered especially for a Jones family reunion in
> Jonestown, Guyana, the chances of sharing an exact name match with
> your other passengers is vanishingly small.
choir which made a visit from Wales to East Germany. The East German
immigration authorities held them up for many hours because they simply
didn't believe that half of the choir had the surname Jones, and a good
many of those were called Dai Jones.
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