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"Medical technology has developed "soft" forms of the back-ups that keep alive the weakening human form. Replacement organs, grown synthetically, are grafted onto the body. Eyes, ears, mouth, and nose still function. The fingers work only as organs of touch. Lifting or handling is left to arms grown artificailly. Fashion places a part in the surgery."   Dougal Dixon pg: 50

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