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Re: CEP 2000 Report


Just a word that on the very rushed readings I have
managed to do of the report - I can suggest no
corrections or additions.  (getting a US work
visa and airline tickets  and various other time
wasting exercises have been taking up much
of my hours)

Lachlan.

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