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Posted on Sat, 26 Jul 2014

...as milk from a breast with mastitis. Some pains cannot be prepared for, You handled this piece with sensitivity and knowing. A carefully worded build of peer networks and experience relied on, to a point where they cannot go, because all else...

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Posted on Tue, 10 Jun 2014

...that this wasn't an editor's choice. You've handled an abhorrent practice with a dry, factual narrative, a voice relating incident as so 'ordinary'  as counterpoint to this horror, raising the mostrousity beyond any use of hyperbole.


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