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I was asked to pass the following on:
 
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Dear Sherry,
     I get the pumpers digest and cannot e-mail to it.  Please tell them =
that diabetics can get the "weight watcher's" scale for $30 or $35.  It =
also measures in oz. and gms. plus you can add foods to what is already =
in the bowl you use to weigh things (tare).  They have been selling this =
scale for years.  It resembles the "Terrelian".

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