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Re: Birth marks
Really? Wow! That's cool. :-)
Jennifer St.Clair Bush
----- Original Message -----
From: "Niven Sinclair" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 19, 2000 11:41 AM
Subject: Re: Birth marks
> At 07:58 19/09/00 -0400, you wrote:
> >Greetings everyone,
> >Speaking of family traits and genes, does anyone know about special birth
> >marks? Since I am new on the list I am aware that this subject may
> >have been discussed but I heard about about a reddish mark on the left
> >breast which disappears soon after birth. Any refecences on the subject?
> >Thank you
> Yes, if you visit a certain kilt maker in Edinburgh, he will ask: "Where
> Sinclair mole" and, when I made enquiries with other Sinclairs, most of
> had moles - not the strawberry kind but small brown blemishes - like an
> My own army paybook made a note of such a blemish on my upper left thigh
> (for identifcation purposes in the event of being blown to smithereens)
> being told about the kilt-maker's observations, I rushed to check if it
> still there.
> Alas, it had mysteriously disappeared. I was distraught. My Sinclair
> had vanished.
> Francine? I wonder? Have you started a mole hunt?
> Niven Sinclair
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