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    DebAGardner, sherylga, Librarianguish, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ublibinfo 41 months ago | reply

      hi, We've used your image here: via Creative Commons licencing. Thanks! Any worries, let us know.

    2. Princess Trish 40 months ago | reply

      Hello, I used this image for a Multimedia apps class project. Thankyou!

    3. Emily Barney 38 months ago | reply

      This photo is not being used correctly - it does not belong to the person who uploaded it, so the licensing information is completely invalid.

      FYI for others hoping to find useful images on Flickr: if nothing else in the person's stream looks like they're capable of making an image, check it on google image search to see where else it shows up. If they're getting it from a professional image bank, you'll be able to see that.

      Don't risk getting hit with a copyright infringement suit yourself by using it assuming all flickr users know what they're doing.

    4. dragos416 30 months ago | reply

      I would like to use this image on my blog. Who should I give credit to? Your help is appreciated.

    5. derschlosi 22 months ago | reply

      Nice image, thank you! Used and properly attributed for this blog post: (in German language)

    6. bnjewell 19 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the photo -- I used it on my blog "God, Money & Me."

    7. Michael2327williams 3 months ago | reply

      This scale brings me back to my years in high school science. Nowadays you will only see those electric scales. I mean, what was so bad about having a scale like this? I think it would kind of fun to compare the two when it comes to comparing the mass of two different objects.

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