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Alt.Alien.Visitors FAQ, Part 7 ~OUploaded by: ~PThe Griffin
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alt.alien.visitors Frequently Asked Questions
This FAQ was last updated: 15th November 1994
This is part 7 of 7
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Disclaimer: Please Note that I don't claim that any of this research strictly
as my own. It comes from many books, articles, electronic postings and
people. As the FAQ (and the MINI-FAQ as it is extracted from the FAQ) is a
combination of the efforts of many people, any opinions expressed should not
be held to be those of any particular contributor or the editor unless
otherwise stated. The opinions expressed here should not be held to represent
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=== FAQ Requests
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for details on how to obtain the FAQ by anonymous ftp or WWW. Requests posted
in alt.alien.visitors or directly emailed to the editor will be responded to
IF POSSIBLE within the limited resources available.
=== FAQ Updates, Suggestions & Corrections
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misrepresented you please let me know so I can correct the problem.
Send all corrections & suggestions to:
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