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Old July 12th, 2018, 07:44 PM   #16
Joy Richards
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Steve,
You've clearly met a few Bulgarians ...
The hole is on the third page in. Is that a wild guess or is it something you already know?!
The last page with an actual cut in the paper is 128, the picture of a Kasim Ushag Karabagh. The very last page of the book, however, shows the pressure of whatever caused the damage. The hard cover, both front and back, is untouched.
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