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(Photograph) - Drama students from Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh, and Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, star in The Adding Machine by American writer Elmer Roth at this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe;Letter. Photograph by Atom.
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