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Oh Lord, have mercy, otherwise, our produce will not be discovered and plenty will rot in oblivion. The scene opens. Its Googles day. The festivities are full steam ahead, the skateboarding mathematicians are jumping in joy and have thrown away used hockey sticks while sipping champagne, and they are now calculating the tractions and the centrifugal forces of the Ferr......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Naseem Javed 08/27/04


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