In the old days, when O-P was young, we used to have
one Python instance for each CORBA Object reference.
This is no longer true, as Tack explains:
<Tack> With _narrow(), you can have a single CORBA
object represented by two different python objects.
This means we now will create a new reference on each
servant_to_reference() call. This also means, however,
that a lacking __del__ function will leak memory like
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