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Following a major scandal in 1877, the Metropolitan Police was reorganized, and the Criminal Investigation Department (CID), a respected unit of plainclothes police detectives, was born. It is hard to tell why January 1st stuck as the incorrect baptism date. For her appearance, as a girl, in Chapter One of Face Down Beside St. The location of the tomb remains a mystery. Thompson, Epistle of Peter Periginus of Maricourt, to Sygerus of Foucaucourt, Soldier, Concerning Magnets (London: 1902). 2.

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Publisher: Minotaur Books; Reprint edition (February 16, 2010)

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