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enormous increase in space.
Then when was this present building --?
This? We moved in here almost two years ago. We would have
been here two years in October. And of course, this again is five
times as much space as we had last time.
Maybe we should put this in the record - - there are about
four floors here?
Well, we don't have all of four floors. We have two full
floors, and part of two other floors. We have about half of a
floor and then about a fourth of a floor.
And of course it is quite a good-sized building.
Oh my goodness, yes. We could get many more children in
here. We could get many more children in here. This building is
a block long. You're walking a block when you walk from one end
of this office to the other.
We're talking of a length-wise block.
Length-wise is the block. I guess width-wise is a quarter
of a block.
What's the reason that you don't have close to the capacity
of children that you could handle?
Well, just before we moved, we were very comfortable
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