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I now understand that typing in C.-E. was un-necessary. Thank-you! (I was doing this on Charon.)
Hey I want you to become my mentor. I want to mostly review articles and possibly write new scientific articles. My interests are science and math, chemistry, biology, physics, calculus, trigonometry, geometry. I read a lot of scientific articles, ex textbooks, new developing things, and also a member of a scientific organization. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hawkx101 (talk • contribs)
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Hi Ruslik0, thanks for your contribution to the delivery/order list update. However, the two Myanmar Air Force machines were never to be delivered, and the citation which you provided does not confirm the fact of delivery. In fact, the orders were cancelled, and it is stated at the "accidents" page, following the very same link (currently, citation #29). Therefore, the total number of delivered machines is 24, not 26.
Facto Post – Issue 1 – 14 June 2017
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