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restored tinning in the real world
Hi, deleting the section on tinning in the real world was discussed before, and people decided to keep it. (For my part, I also liked it.) I restored it; if you really want that section deleted, please discuss your plans there. Tjr 21:06, August 16, 2010 (UTC)
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