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Hi Walter,

Collette Thurillet does look a bit like Greased Lightning.  It has the
band around the fall, but lacks the heavy violet central area in the
standards.  The standards of the Kerr introduction Kevin's Theme are
almost a dead ringer for GL, but the falls don't have the banding.  Make
a composite of the two and there you are.  If you have either the 2000
Mid-America catalog or the Schreiner catalog, they both have pictures of
Collette and Kevin's T in them.  More later on luminatas.  Bea
Warburton's Soft Air, which is directly behind Chubby Cheeks, shows
pretty much where they yellow banding is coming from.  I'll try to get
the slide of it scanned and posted.  Thanks to others for warm welcome.

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