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    Now we have two types of hypo
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  • #2
    Nicely done.
    "Still Montana Mike"

    "Don't worry about old age--it doesn't last that long."
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    • #3
      what are the size of these


      • #4
        I've loved your puzzles even though I have not commented on them. They are beautiful and are a real joy for children.

        I'm sorry, but I do have to smile to see you spell the English word Hippo for the animal Hippopotamus as "hypo" which is a hypodermic needle used to inject drugs or medicines. I do know that if I tried to spell words in your native language I would do much worse.

        Keep up the good work...



        • #5
          Actually, hypo is a prefix that describes a condition;

          prefix, below, under, beneath, lower; used either in place or degree.

          Hypothermia is excessively cold, hyperthermia is too hot....

          I really like your've really got a handle on these things...!!!!
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          • #6
            Sooooo cute! You come up with many cute ones. The paint job is done very nicely too.

            What do you use to round over the edges? Just hand sanding?


            • #7
              for our purposes we have made some sort of sanding mop, it's not always the same quality, but will eventually come to....
              Sorry for the confusion over the name, the name of our popular "hypo" because it is a bank logo, and all use it as an expression of a hippopotamus.
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