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November 3, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

There’s no question that the English language is the most wonderful means of expression in the world, but we have to admit that words that are spelled alike do occasionally present problems: with the Daily Mail campaign about the threat of lead poisoning from petrol emissions in full swing, our first reaction on reading a headline in yesterday’s Financial Times was oh no, not another industry hit by a pollution scare; what was the worrysome headline? Lead in fibre optics technology ‘at risk’.

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