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                                                • To every Member Motive-Power, and Sense.Bond went back to his room and knocked on the door. It opened an inch.

                                                  I laughed up at him and pulled him under the shower. "All right, then. But I shan't be gentle. The last time I washed anyone it was a pony when I was about twelve! Anyway, I can hardly see which bit of you's which!" I got hold of the soap. "Put your face down. I'll try not to put too much in your eyes."The other man stifled a giggle. Why did he giggle? "Sure, that's right, Mr. Thomson." He giggled again.

                                                                                              • Bond looked up at him. "Ever seen this girl before?"Julia and Frances, during the straying and waiting which ensued, happened to wander into a path which separated them from the rest of the young people.

                                                                                                "Have a seat. Cigarette?"James Bond lit another cigarette. "I'm not telling you anything the Russians don't know. The only secret side of the business is the addresses of these people. There's a man I'll call Boris. He's been settled in Canada, in Toronto. He was a prize-twenty-four-carat. He was a top naval constructor in Kronstadt-high up in their nuclear submarine team. He got away to Finland and then to Stockholm. We picked him up and flew him to England. The Russians don't often say anything about their defectors-just curse and let them go. If they're important, they round up their families and ship them off to Siberia-to frighten other waverers. But it was different with Boris. They sent out a general call to their secret services to eliminate him. As luck would have it, an organization called SPECTRE somehow listened in."

                                                                                                                                            • "Of course not," said Bond. "Rather startling at first. I would have thought that large numbers on their suits with a different colour for each shift would have been more effective."He’s not the only medical professional preaching the Barefoot Doctrine. According to Dr. Paul WBrand, chief of rehab at the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Carville, Louisiana, and aprofessor of surgery at Louisiana State University Medical School, we could wipe out everycommon foot ailment within a generation by kicking off our shoes. As far back as 1976, Dr. Brandwas pointing out that nearly every case in his waiting room—corns, bunions, hammertoes, flat feet,fallen arches—was nearly nonexistent in countries where most people go barefoot.

                                                                                                                                              AND INDIA.