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From Stranger in a Strange Land, by Robert Heinlein:
Harshaw drew a rectangle, sketched in it the traditional human symbol for Mars, a circle with an arrow leading out from it to the upper right. “Make the field in white and the sigil of Mars in red — should be sewed in buntingUnderlined text appears in the 1992 uncut version,
silkof course, but with a clean sheet and a bucket of somepaint any Boy Scout could improvise one in ten minutes”.
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