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boot327th
Jan 16
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Re: How to Behave Around Thim Furriners!

Can you make it a printable PDF file that would help. ... From: "pygar2@... [doc_hoovie]" [doc_hoovie@yahoogroups.com] Date: 06/18/2015 07:37 AM To:
    John Evola
    Jun 27, 2015
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    2373

    Re: Morphine syrette help!

    Thanks! Didn't know they had clear styrene tubing. Will go and check that out.
    whos_kiesling
    Jun 19, 2015
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    How to Behave Around Thim Furriners!

    https://ia802701.us.archive.org/18/items/PocketGuideToFrance/France2.pdf https://ia802701.us.archive.org/18/items/PocketGuideToFrance/France2.pdf should prove
    pygar2
    Jun 18, 2015
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    Re: Morphine syrette help!

    I am working on some and am using plastic aquarium air tubing. Adam Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE DROID ... I am working on some and am using plastic
    Adam Tyler
    Jun 16, 2015
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    2370

    Re: Morphine syrette help!

    Hey Matt, The originals in my collection are glass, 1/4in OD and 1-1/4in long, thin walled. They also have a clear flat disc capping over the end of the tube
      Ian Austin
      Jun 16, 2015
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      Re: Morphine syrette help!

      Clear rigid plastic styrene tubing from a good hobby shop. I think it is 1/8" od. Sent from my sometimes smart Smart phone ... Clear rigid plastic styrene
      David Little
      Jun 15, 2015
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      Morphine syrette help!

      For those who have made morphine or other syrettes, what did you use for the clear, plastic/glass tube that protected the needle?
      whos_kiesling
      Jun 15, 2015
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      2367

      Re: Cleaning up scans

      hello there all on facebook there is also a great groupe with paperwork https://www.facebook.com/groups/132550046907095/ they also have a link to all there
      robert-jan warmerdam
      Mar 17, 2015
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      Re: Cleaning up scans

      "If the Camels don't get you, the Fatimas must!" - - - Line from the WW1 song "Good Morning Mr. Zip, Zip, Zip." Jay callaham@... "Molon Labe" - -
      Jay Callaham
      Mar 17, 2015
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      Re: Cleaning up scans

      Thanks, I wont have access to them for a couple of weeks now, but I'll let you know how things work out when I'm back.
      browningm1917a1
      Mar 17, 2015
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      Re: Cleaning up scans

      Your most useful tool with be the copy tool. Basically, it allows you to select an area of the image and "paint" it over another area. There are a few
      kurtneumann11th
      Mar 13, 2015
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      Re: Cleaning up scans

      Certainly, here are the things I'm trying to restore. jts96's image http://s307.photobucket.com/user/jts96/media/taxstamp.png.html?o=1
      browningm1917a1
      Mar 11, 2015
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      Re: Cleaning up scans

      Hi Jason, There are a lot of great tricks but it really depends what have you have to fix. Yellowed or discolored areas, scratches or missing areas, restoring
      kurtneumann11th
      Mar 11, 2015
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      Re: Cleaning up scans

      Try a free vector converter in will digitize the image and then make it easier to clean up as it will depixelate at high zoom. Sent from Samsung Mobile
      giben10
      Mar 11, 2015
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