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At 07:11 PM 4/17/97 -0500, Kimberly Venegas wrote:
>On Thu, 17 Apr 1997, Terry Freedman wrote:
>> I give the doc to as many people as possible. However, I still discover at
>> least one really embarrasing error after 3,000 copies have been printed!
>I now this feeling...
I bet you do. :-)
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