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[ADV.] TDC, LLC


As we have mentioned before, TDC is the global leader in production and distribution of sodium hydrosulfide (NaHS) and is very familiar to pulp and paper mills worldwide. TDC's NaHS and NaOH products are building blocks you can not do without. I suggest you contact them today.

TDC is adding new production capabilities and service terminals. Want to know more? Visit TDC's website (click on "More" below). Tell them I sent you, please.

Regards,

Jim


Answer to last week's riddle: The Microwave Oven. "In 1945, a chocolate bar in his [Percy Lebaron Spencer's] pocket melted while standing in front of an operating magnetron. He then tested popcorn in front of the magnetron (surely turning up the power and standing out of the beam), and it quickly popped all over the room. Development of the microwave oven grew out of these observations, and by 1947 a commercial oven was being sold by Raytheon." Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Percy_Spencer

Last week's riddle asked: "An accidentally melted candy bar led to the development of what familiar household device? "

This week's riddle: I am not being "facetious" when I tell you that the word has an interesting property totally independent of its meaning. What is this nearly unique feature?

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