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What's in a name?

Subject: What's in a name?
From: William Kowalczyk
Date: Oct 17 2001 14:28:10
Here's an interesting enquiry, especially for big Bob, and anyone else with a view...

A Tree Sturgeon I know cares for the trees in his neighbourhood crematorium.
Two Oaks have been dying back for a while, one is now dead. Apparently the area under the trees is regularly used for scattering the ashes of the dearly departed.

What is the chemical make-up of such remains?

I guess that too much of just about anything will cause harm in the end, any ideas?

Bill
ps. I suppose it could be just the remains of those who say "I like trees, but..." :-)



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