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Daily Archives: 1 September 2009
Jeffrey Tucker just discovered a nice 1981 resource from ICEL and GIA. His complaint about the restriction on reproduction rights is a head-scratcher. But wait: there is more to the strangeness of this product. The front matter says that the … Continue reading