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Or very often, one puts certain paragraphs and one says, "These are legal musts", or one says at the top of the copy: "For goodness sake, balance this out", or: "Don't just run ..." Invariably the copy is much longer than the story that appears, and what you don't want is the other side of the person's -- right down at the bottom just gets lost or cut out. It's not deliberate but it happens, and it's things like that that -- those are the legal marks that would be made, sir.

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