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Subject: Re: what is 100R mean in a schematics?
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Date: Sat, 21 Dec 2002 21:25:21 GMT
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"Michael A. Terrell" wrote in message
> Zefram Cochrane wrote:
> > "William Meyer" wrote in message
> > > As may be, but I still find A4 an uncomfortable size, and much prefer
> > American A size (8.5" x 11").
> > How can a size of paper be "uncomfortable" ?
> > I am reminded of Saddam H's 12000-page dossier of what he did or didn't
> > have, weapons-wise:
> > Apparently, he delivered it to the UN *on paper* and gave only one copy.
> > Americans took
> > the copy away with them "because they had the better photocopying
> > facilities". I wonder what size
> > SH printed it on, and did any DoD clerks have any trouble getting the
> > photocopier do the appropriate
> > reduction/enlargement to suit US paper sizes.
> > Richard [in WR14]
> Some copiers allow you to run A4 to 8.5*11 inch, or 8.5*11 inch to A4
> conversion at the touch of one button.
Yep, they're at the US representation with the UN.