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Re: COMCIFS voting membership for the next triennium

Me too --

John


On 8/10/11 9:13 PM, Herbert J. Bernstein wrote:
> I'm willing -- Herbert
>
> At 10:42 AM +1000 8/11/11, James Hester wrote:
>> Dear COMCIFS,
>>
>>
>> In accordance with the COMCIFS terms of reference (see
>> <http://www.iucr.org/__data/iucr/lists/comcifs-l/pdf00004.pdf>http://www.iucr.org/__data/iucr/lists/comcifs-l/pdf00004.pdf)
>> I plan to advise the IUCr executive committee that COMCIFS
>> recommends the following voting members for the 2011-2014 triennium:
>>
>> James Hester
>> Brian MacMahon
>> Herbert Bernstein
>> John Westbrook
>> Ralf Grosse-Kunstleve
>> John Bollinger
>>
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