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The Old England Journal of Medicine

The first of a new series features archive footage from the Old England Journal of Medicine, a venerable publication that has been running for some 200 years, long before an upstart journal shamelessly pilfered the name. Its editor-in-chief is Lord Admiral of the Fleet Roderick Francis KG GCSI FRS FRCP, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Bengal. This first case concerns a rapscallion who ingested thirty five knives in an attempt to curry favour with his shipmates.

Video concept and subject matter inspired by the work of Chubbyemu and Thomas Morris.

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May 28, 2021

I read this magazine before, but now I somehow don't like it. I drew a lot of useful information from it, there were a lot of interesting articles and other things. In my opinion, this magazine slipped due to low ratings. To regain their popularity, they just need to hire PR managers. They can be found simply by looking at the resumes. These are top rated resume building services

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