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Can DNA be taken from cuts of hair or does it have to contain the roots Also can it be taken from a stamp or envelope which has been licked and for how long can it have been there before its no good

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You select the correct envelope size. Select the next biggest size if the exact envelope size is not listed, and set the left and right margins so that your envelope text will be correctly positioned.

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