February 2004
Cabinet Maker;2/13/2004, Issue 5375, p27
Trade Publication
Highlights new items concerning newsagent Les Wright who repel a burglar using a furniture polish and Paskitani nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan who is alleged to have sold his nation's atomic secret to undesirable states.


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