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This site would not have been possible without the help and support of dear friends and colleagues:

P@tty Ayers with her unwaivering interest, support and curiosity; Eric Meyer with his wealth of knowledge; Kindler Chase, Murray Summers, Laurie Casolino, Derek Reed, Mick White, Zvika Gur-Esh, Jaro von Flocken, Al Sparber, Rob Dekoch and so many other people helped me one way or the other, and I am very grateful.

Thank you all!

Last, but not least: I want to thank BoKo for his support and understanding ("back in a few minutes..").

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