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I’ve been reading a book about superstitions. You know the sort of thing: walking under ladders, crossing fingers, touching wood ... or carrying a favourite good luck charm when metal detecting ... and also the time when Maggie Thatcher killed off the sixpence.
 
   
http://www.johnwinter.net/jw/2017/04/cufflinks-superstitions-and-the-death-of-the-tanner/

 
 
I’ve been reading a book about superstitions. You know the sort of thing: walking under ladders, crossing fingers, touching wood ... or carrying a favourite good luck charm when metal detecting ... and also the time when Maggie Thatcher killed off the sixpence.
 
   
http://www.johnwinter.net/jw/2017/04/cufflinks-superstitions-and-the-death-of-the-tanner/
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