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Bob Murray

It must have been fun to discuss the glorious time spent in Ole Maaloe's lab and relive the excitements. There is no doubt, you are right and I know it. The Copenhagen environment was an important part of the stimulus and the productivity. To be able to look out the lab window at the tower of Vor Frelser's Kirk while cogitating takes some beating for pleasures. I climbed up that spiral several times alone and with visitors. The first time I got to the turn to the very last step and there was a small boy hugging his knees grinning like a gnome. My mind fills with images. You are certainly justified in placing the environment and the creative atmosphere of such marvelous colleagues. I enjoyed Ole also, for his many qualities.

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