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I'm not an endocrinologist (or even used to US units) but I'm also thinking that a reading of 15mg/dL does seem too low to remain asymptomatic. I think it would be difficult to sustain verticality. I'm guessing there's a lab error. Sometimes for example, if the blood tube isn't spun down immediately, the white blood cells consume the glucose resulting in a low number.
Quote: Originally Posted by rjmaiorano I believe Papworth is in Cambridge. Papworth/SAB is in Bar Hill which is a 10 minute bus ride from downtown Cambridge. It's tucked behind a big Tesco.
Quote: Originally Posted by mr monty Anyone buy a pair of these gloves? http://cgi.ebay.com/MEN-alpaca-lined...742.m153.l1262 There was some positive buzz here about these gloves a couple of years ago. If I recall correctly, there were some shipping issues; but I'm not sure these are the same sellers. I purchased a total of 3 pairs (black, brown, and a pair for the wife), and I was very pleased with the purchase.
You could probably find something decent at the John Lewis at the Grand Arcade. Or have a look at the SAB factory shop.
It seems Bob Costas doesn't know how to pronounce "Beijing": http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/26223683/
Quote: Originally Posted by amerikajinda Both the attacker and the victim were Native Americans (fwiw): Americans?
Sorry, I don't know. BTW, here's a video showing the making of a Brigg umbrella. It was previously posted but is worthy of rementioning in this thread. However, I'm not entirely sure it's viewable outside of Canada. It's from How it's Made: http://broadband.discoverychannel.ca/discovery/?id=4119
Quote: Originally Posted by Pengranger Yes spot on. Photo below. The marks are from where nails have been hammered through the metal cap and into the end of the wooden shaft. This keeps it in place. The ends of the nails are cut off and machined down thus leaving a small scratch. If you look very closely you can see this since the colour of the metal for the nail and the cap are different. It's seen better on this James Smith:
Quote: Originally Posted by Coho Is this the best type of maple? I'd say yes, but I'm biased. Happy Canada Day!
Quote: Originally Posted by amerikajinda Great pics! What kind of wood is that top Brigg made of? Maple? What kind of maple? It's maple. Canadian maple. At least that's what the SAB guy told me.
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