Orphaned non-free media (Image:NetApp-logo-vrt-65x75.gif)
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Image copyright problem with Image:Iec320-c19.jpg
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Ooooo... I'm so worried about the opinion of a vandal who does not even have or use a user name and does not sign his edits and posts. I have Titanium inside both of my femurs after breaking them both in an accident, hence the name.