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Oct 30th 1987 Paul Roe Programmer and Hacktivist
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I understand the usage as you have stated, unfortunately my publisher won't recognize the public domain usage without direct approval - this has been very frustrating for me, but I must comply if I want to publish the book I am writing ... thanks for taking an interest, kind regards, Paul Brunton.
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