Fermi National Laboratory

Volume 24  |  Friday, February 16, 2001  |  Number 3
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For sale

  • '00 Infiniti GS20T, 13,000 miles, garage kept, fully loaded. $22,500. Call 840-4361 or 879-5178.

  • '99 Ford Escort ZX2, 4 cyl., black w/tan int., auto, AM/FM/Cass, PW, PL, A/C, good gas mileage, 31k mi., $9,995 obo. Call 630-236-6070.

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  • Round oak pedestal table, $300. Modern desk with return, $100. Judy at x3989 or nicholls@fnal.gov

  • Warrenville townhouse for sale by owner, 3 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, 1 car garage. Newly remodeled kitchen with new appliances. Wheaton/Warrenville school district. Located in Thornwild Subdivision, off Butterfield Rd, 1 mile east of Rt. 59. $123,500. By appointment only: 630-665-3269. E-mail: terribleTe@aol.com


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    Letter to the Editor

    I enjoyed reading your article about BaBar this month in FermiNews. I am a BaBar graduate student and find the international flavor of our collaboration very rich and inspiring. I was disappointed that you neglected to mention the nation which has the second most international collaborators in Babar--the United Kingdom-- in your story.

    You said, "The 554 members of BaBar are evenly split, with 277 from U.S. institutions and 277 from

    abroad. Universities and laboratories from Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Russia and Taiwan make up exactly half of BaBarís 74 member institutions."

    I'm sure I'm not the first to notice but just thought I'd mention that I did, and hope you acknowledge our U.K. collaborators in an erratum.


    Ben Brau, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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