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Pretty in Pink

In a message dated 96-10-19 20:06:52 EDT, you write:

>Otherwise an antique like VANITY wouldn't have come in first in one of the
>regions mentioned on the list.  Certainly VANITY is a beauty, and one of my
>favorites (it lives!), but there are much more beautiful pinks and other
>colors that just don't do well everywhere.

Absolutely right!  For the East, VANITY is still the best pink TB.. (much,
much better performer than its daugher, BEVERLY SILLS.  (and PINK HAZE is
still the best Siberian!) Clarence Mahan in VA

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