Commingled Human Remains by Bradley Adams download in iPad, ePub, pdf
With growing trepidation, I decided to re-examine that particular map.
It is easier to convince yourself to venture beyond the confines of the lab if you work somewhere beautiful. Emilie has now developed a capuccino habit after near-daily visits to the stands in the citadel. Obviously these siding labels are incorrect because I decided to pair match some of the bones mid-way through the photo process, but you get the picture.
Most of the human skeletal remains that Emilie and I have been analyzing for the past two weeks are either primary burials, or secondary burials of bits of a single individual. My collaborator Colin is disgusted by this, partly because he is a coffee snob, and partly because his analytical fuel of choice is Lion Bars.