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  • curprev 12:02, 8 June 2016TCDE-Team talk contribs 815 bytes +815 Created page with "''The Royal National Institute for the Blind'' is a British charity institute for blind people and those with sight problems. Founded by Thomas Rhodes Armitage, a doctor who s..."
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