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> 42 ellens@ai.mit.edu                   5043 spertus@mills.edu
> 27 lagoze@cs.cornell.edu               4330 spertus@ella.mills.edu
> 42 ellens@ai.mit.edu                   4037 spertus@ella.mills.edu
> 49 krweiss@ucdavis.edu                 3925 spertus@mills.edu
>  1 connolly@w3.org                     3791 www-disw@www19.w3.org
> 26 liberte@ncsa.uiuc.edu               3727 spertus@ella.mills.edu
> 10 browne@cs.utk.edu                   3496 spertus@mills.edu
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