on 06/06/02 23:28, Grant [Somewhat Portable] Hutchinson at grant_at_splorp.com
> In a previous message, victor_at_newtontalk.net typed vigorously:
>> I think the NTR is smaller than the NT... anyways.
> The NTR and the NT were exactly the same casing and dimensions:
Are you sure that Victor was not mistakenly talking about the II NT?
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