Helix formation

Andrew Buxton

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And improper implies (to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary) "not in
accordance with accepted standards of behaviour".  I deliberately avoided
writing "1s and 3s are on opposite sides" in my original query because to me
that suggests that 1s are on one side and 3s on the other.
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Andrew Buxton
Lewes, East Sussex, UK

----- Original Message ----
From: Mikel Mudrey <xxxxxxxx@xxxx.xxx>
To: xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
Sent: Tue, 24 August, 2010 17:44:36
Subject: RE: Helix formation

they're starting from the wrong side.

So you mean improper? Wrong side implies that you have not followed
directions.

Mike m

      

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