Do.n't let A-CGU pa;ss, Gra-b it M+onda;y
ASS-ET C,APIT*AL GP IN-C.
ACG.U A-sset Ca=pit;al G-roup;, In*c. w*ill focu*s up;on l;ocat+in+g
and inv,es-tin+g in s-mall;, p,r+ofi;ta,ble enter*pr-i*se=s wit-h
prom*i,s;ing gro.w*th p-o;ten;tia.l. The C,ompan=y i.nte-nds to i+nve=st
in c.om,pan,ies in a wi+de r*ange of c;ate=gor*i=es, in-c;lu,ding
ma*n+uf+ac*turi,ng;, en.v=i.r,onm=ental cl=ean,-u;p, fi;nan=ci-al servi+c=e*s
and othe+r a,reas,, t+his comp;a=ny is goin-g to ex,p=lod;e.
ACG;U A,CGU ACG.U AC+GU ACG.U
Get on AC-GU firs;t th.ing Mo*n*day!
ASS-ET CAPIT-A;L GP INC..
H*URRY c,all you.r B*ro.ker Now !!!
H;uge PR cam*p=ai-gn und-er;w,ay now and its ti,me for you
to get in now and rid.e th*is wav,e earl,y to p-r*ofit.
excessive tension and virulent toxins induce actual gangrene of the distal
part, or even of the whole finger. There is considerable constitutional
disturbance, the temperature often reaching 101 or 102 F. The treatment
consists in applying a constriction band and making an incision over the
centre of the most tender area, care being taken to avoid opening the
tendon sheath lest the infection be conveyed to it. Moist dressings should
be employed while the suppuration lasts. Carbolic fomentations, however,