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1940 bicycle: Megan looks as if she is propelling her bike like a Venetian gondola.[[User:These Are Not The Comments You Are Looking For|These Are Not The Comments You Are Looking For]] ([[User talk:These Are Not The Comments You Are Looking For|talk]])
 
1940 bicycle: Megan looks as if she is propelling her bike like a Venetian gondola.[[User:These Are Not The Comments You Are Looking For|These Are Not The Comments You Are Looking For]] ([[User talk:These Are Not The Comments You Are Looking For|talk]])
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Could this be related to either UI design philosophies or business process design ideas that prevailed in those eras? [[Special:Contributions/162.158.255.18|162.158.255.18]] 20:00, 19 May 2016 (UTC)
 
  
 
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