ereas those which were white, green and yellow had acquired a vividbrilliance and seemed to give off their own light. Screwin. g up my eyes, I risked another glancethrough a chink in the curtain an expanse of molten metal trembled and shimmered under awhite hot sky, I shut my eyes and drew back. On the shelf above the wash basin which hadrecently been badly chipped I found a pair of dark glasses, so big that when I put them on theycovered half my face. The curtain appeared to glow with a sodium light. I went on reading,picking up the sheets of paper and arranging them on the only usable table. There were gaps inthe text, CCDP and I searched in vain for the missing pages. I came across a report of Cisco Certification experiments. already carried out, and learned that, for four daysrunning, Gibarian and Sartorius had submitted the ocean to radiation at a point 1400 milesfrom the present position of the Station. The use of X rays was banned by a UN convention,because of their harmful effects, and I was certain that no one had sent a request to Earth forauthorization to proceed with such experiments. Looking up, I caught sight of my face in the CCDP it exam mirror of a half open locker door masked by thedark glasses, it was deathly pale. The room, too, glinting with blue and white reflections,looked equally bizarre but. soon there came a prolonged screech of metal as the air tight outershutters slid across the window. There was an insta

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300-101 Implementing Cisco IP Routing (ROUTE v2.0) Cisco CCDP
300-115 Implementing Cisco IP Switched Networks (SWITCH v2.0) Cisco CCDP
642-871 Designing Cisco network Service Architectures (ARCH) Cisco CCDP
642-873 Designing Cisco network Service Architectures (ARCH) Cisco CCDP
642-874 Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures Cisco CCDP
300-320 Designing Cisco Network Service Architectures Cisco CCDP