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[Adv.] Applied Paper Technology

Our fine friends at Applied Paper Technology continue to provide great independent laboratory testing for all your paper properties needs. In business for over 10 years, Vann Parker and his team stand ready to serve you.

Give them a call today, and when you do, tell them you heard about them on Nip Impressions.

Regards,

Jim

Answer to last week's riddle: "Nightingale's Coxcomb" named for noted statistician, and "Lady of the Lamp," Florence Nightingale. An example can be found by clicking on the graphic at http://www.economist.com/world/
europe/displaystory.cfm?story_id=10278643.

The riddle asked: "'Ganges ox to climb chin' is an anagram for a two word term that refers to a novel diagram created by a famous Victorian. Name the type of diagram."


This week's riddle: Name an eight or nine letter word, coined by a famous show-business person to describe a plot element that helps generate action, but turns out not to be particularly important to the narrative?

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