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Thanks for your copy edit at printing press, I learnt a great deal from it! In case you have a soft spot for typography, I have written a couple of texts on the history of printing such as Prüfening dedicatory inscription, Medieval letter tile, Roman lead pipe inscription and the rather megalithic Global spread of the printing press which may need some care, too. :-) Regards Gun Powder Ma (talk) 08:36, 18 August 2010 (UTC)
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