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  From: delugaue
  To  : clbergst
  Date: Wed, 16 Feb 1994 15:07:42

Re: Howards?

should equal the amount of pressure howard exerts on the ground.
This pressure would be equal to one of course.
Therefore it would be in the form of weight of howard per unit of howard area
Area being in the form of howard hight times howard hight thus being one.
thus pressure is one howard per howard squared.

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