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    Re: Lost book, "Line of Position Navigation"
    From: Richard M Pisko
    Date: 2003 Dec 16, 14:12 -0700

    On Tue, 16 Dec 2003 09:53:44 -0500, Peter Ifland wrote:
    >Hi, Richard: :  The book is nine inches tall. The spine is grey at the top
    >and bottom with a yellow section of a map in the middle. The title "Line of
    >Position Navigation"  is printed in black along the spine. I'm delighted
    >that you find it a useful reference. Hope you find it.
    I thank you.  I most certainly hope I do find it again, your
    description will help.
    Update:  I picked out a book 9" tall and 1/2" thick, and swept the
    rooms clockwise (starting at the bedroom) until I hit a door, and then
    continuing with the wall on my left side.  When I got to the kitchen I
    opened a door over the refrigerator, saw a book bag that I sometimes
    take to the library, realized that it *might* be in there, and opened
    it.  Yup!  A medium gray wedge on top, medium gray on the bottom
    third, and light gray with a touch of yellow in the mid section.
    I was glad to see it again.  I remember now that I took it to the
    library to suggest it for purchase.
    Thank you,
    Richard ...

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