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A very big thanks to Sarah Malavasic for
creating the wonderful illustrations for these web pages. I would also like to
thank the many friends and colleagues who contributed to the development of
this project, particularly Roger Lipera, Trudi Jacobson, Carol Anne Germain,
and Deborah LaFond.
[This tutorial was created and designed by Karen Starr, 2002.
Maintained by Trudi Jacobson.
Updated May 20, 2008]
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