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From: "The Trivvie" <>
Subject: Re: [trivvies] smoking - developement
Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2003 15:16:39 -0000
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that was certainly very interesting comments and I look forward to Dr P's
reply. I am certainly learning more and more on this list.
Do you think we could start up our own University with a B.A in Trivviedom
By the way not only can things go astray in the body they can also be
missing altogether. One of my great aunts died at a young age, her death
was attributed to the fact that she was born without her womb and ovaries.
She was a beautiful thing aparrently, so delicate.
> Dr Peter will correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this must be another
> developmental hiccup, like the one that caused the cyst in Neil's brain.
> does sound really weird doesn't it?
> During the first few weeks after conception the cells of the embryo start
> differentiate in preparation for making different sorts of tissue. The
> embryo becomes a three-layered disc ... ectoderm (inside bits ... mostly
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