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December 20, 2012

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I love the Petipa!

Hi Kit!

I like that one, too. Also, the description of the Ailey crater – The presence of bright and dark rays emanating from the same crater indicates a heterogeneous subsurface composition – could describe much of Mr. Ailey's work and perhaps even himself.

Thanks very much for sharing this article, Haglund. It was very helpful for us parents of a young dancer to read about career transitions. Our daughter wants to be a "dancing biomedical engineer" and it's great to read about real individuals who have accomplished this.

Happy New Year Wiwaxia.

Perhaps your future dancing biomedical engineer will invent joints that will allow dancers to dance forever. :)

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