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Re: [Fwd: Inorganica Chimica Acta (2006) 359: 383-387]

PS:  I've just had a brilliant idea.  May be I should write a 
complaining letter to the IUCr's Newsletterpointing out English-speaking 
authors' responsibilities in international collaborations.  If this 
offender does not read his own papers, there is just an outside chance 
that he reads the IUCr's Newsletter.

> I cheerfully claim that much of my original draft was clever,
> witty, urbane, profound and subtle.

   The above PS is in the same category.  Perhaps Nicola would have written:

   "Flack thinks **** is a lazy sod."
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