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	????? UNSUBSCRIBE www-disw-request@w3.org


		Thanx.



On Mon, 15 Jun 1998 www-disw-request@w3.org wrote:

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> Rev. 18/Jul/97  -JK
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> > From villemem@univ-troyes.fr  Mon Jun 15 08:31:48 1998
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> > Message-ID: <35852275.2E86@univ-troyes.fr>
> > Date: Mon, 15 Jun 1998 15:32:37 +0200
> > From: MARC VILLEMER <villemem@univ-troyes.fr>
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