Not done Sir, but doing.

Plenty is doing.

"Enough has been said [here] to prove that an extremely close personal resemblance frequently exists between twins of the same sex. and that, although the resemblance usually diminishes as they grow into manhood and womanhood, some cases occur in which the resemblance is lessened in a hardly perceptible degree."

Francis GALTON, 1875, 'The history of twins, as a criterion of the relative powers of nature and nurture.' Fraser's Magazine 92.

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