www.metastatic.org/

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about-private.html
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about.html
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common
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contact.pl
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This is metastatic.org.

It is a collection of text, images, and programs created by Casey
Marshall. He can be reached via e-mail at various addresses.

Most directories on this site simply list their contents (like what you
see above). Clicking on the right arrow () will expand that directory,
and clicking on the down arrow () will collapse that directory.
Have fun.

Oh, yes. And:

me•tas•ta•sis (me tas' t@ sis), n., pl. -ses (-sez'). 1. Pathol. a. the
transference of disease-producing organisms or of malignant or
cancerous cells to other parts of the body by way of the blood or
lymphatic vessels or membranous surfaces. b. the condition produced by
this. 2. transformation (def. 3). 3. Rhet. a rapid transition, as from
one subject to another. 4. Physics. a change in position or orbit of
an elementary particle. [1580-90; < Gk metastasis a changing. See
META-, STASIS] —met•a•stat•ic (met' e stat' ik), adj.
—met'a•stat'i•cal•ly adv.

                     --- Webster's New Universal Unabridged Dictionary

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