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  1. Thank you Richard,

    I have been waiting for a good resource centre for some time. This will prove invaluable not just to me, but in being able to direct students to a clear central reservoir of fresh water!

    Alan
    With Words

  2. Congratulations to the new jounral!
    I am looking for ward to it, especially thoughts on the use of season words !

    Gabi from Japan
    The World Kigo Database

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