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Bell Canada Practice.  The BSP is the standard AT&T document.  The New Brunswick Telephone supplement describes "a condition that could result in a trouble report."  (The same condition doubtless existed in the rest of the world!)  Contributed by Paul Fassbender and Don Price.  OCR by Clint Gilliland.

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