From: Elaine Hunt (
Date: Fri Apr 27 2001 - 22:07:04 EEST

You guys did an outstanding job with this CD. I hope everyone enjoys it as
much as I did.


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It cost about 75 cents to kill a man in Ceasar's time. The price rose to
about $3,000 per man
during the Napoleonic wars; to $5,000 in the American Civil War; and then
to $21,000 per man in
World War I. Estimates for the future wars indicate that it may cost the
warring countries not
  less than $50,000 for each man killed. Senator Homer T. Bone

Elaine T. Hunt, Director
Laboratory to Advance Industrial Prototyping
Clemson University 206 Fluor Daniel Bldg.
Clemson, SC 29634-0925
864-656-0321 (voice) 864-656-4435 (fax)

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