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[Fwd: scarabocchio drawings]

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A bit of trivia to those interested. I finally found an answer to my
question about scarabocchio drawings after some net surfing.


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From: Giovanni Crespi <scarabocchio>
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scarabocchio is an italian name and it means scribble.