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Edwards, R.E. ree3 <@t> leicester.ac.uk
Thu Nov 13 09:18:12 CST 2008

The subject of Nail Cultures is very close to my heart, having  studied the ancient civilisations in which the nail replaced the more degradable wooden rivet, I can let you have a copy of my treatise  "Nailed On" which details  the  rise and demise of the Nail Cultures before they were overtaken in the  evolutionary race by the more dynamic  Screw Civilisations beautifully described in my illustrated and comprehensive work "Screwu".


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Hello I am looking for anyone that can help me find out about nail


Steve R. Rogers Jr. (HT) ASCP              
Histology Laboratory Manager   
DermPath Diagnostics/AmeriPath Pittsburgh   
5001 Centre Ave Third Floor      Pittsburgh, PA 15213



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