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Daily Quiz for February 22, 2013

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In the 1890's, Samuel O'Reilly adapted Thomas Edison's electric pen for this use.

  • Engraving
  • Writing calligraphy
  • Tattooing
  • Etching

One Response to “Daily Quiz for February 22, 2013”

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    Robert Kapanjie says:

    Tattoing is considered a risk factor hepatitis C, not so much now but more commonly 20+ years ago when inks were re-used because of costs. Often asymptyomatic, chronic hepatitis C can , but not invariably,lead to cirhosis, liver failure, and ultimately to transplantation. If you have a tattoo and you haven't been checked for hepatitis C you may wish to do so.

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