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Sunday 06 December 1992
EVERY week, one of the world's most respected violin dealers, Charles Beare, is asked for an opinion or valuation on around 25 instruments. Every week, two or three of them are not what they are thought to be.
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ADVANCES in neo-natal medicine are saving the lives of increasingly premature babies, but resulting in a higher risk for the children of blindness and visual handicap.
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