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Re: EPC: Latest version of Xtal Nexus CDs

Having a few copies would be useful. I had opportunities to distribute 
the previous ones and it was very successful.

Regards.

Yves

L. Cranswick a écrit:

>Just an update that the latest version of the Xtal Nexus
>CDs have arrived - 1900 of them.  4 packages of CDs have 
>been couriered for conferences in South Africa, Brazil 
>and the AsCA in Australia. (for inclusion in the 
>conference bags)
>
>If anyone wants some for whatever reason - give me
>an Email and I will airmail them out.
>
>Cheers,
>
>Lachlan.
>
>  
>

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