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Curtis Johnson Realty

Having a wide array of books, it is a headache for most people. Like in a bookstore, they just put books on the shelves that is empty. there has to be an organize data base info so that locating such books can be a breeze. Thanks a lot for what you have shred. This is indeed a great tip. More power and keep up the good work.

Rosie Redfield

I've actually used this chart. It did contain the information I was looking for, though finding the right place to look wasn't easy. Having the information in a whole lot of little charts would be nice, but might have been more work for the designer. Also, I can imagine posting such a chart on the laboratory wall, as a general reference.

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