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The eyes have it

"Warning: this magazine contains no words," runs the statement on the cover of the latest edition of Colors. You, the curious reader, hesitate for a moment, wondering in what way you are expected to be shocked. Does this herald the end of the word as we know it? Or is this some bizarre, misguided plea on behalf of that poor endangered species, the image?

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Tonga rattle French until sending-off

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