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Saturday, 15 October 2005

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Natalie Bennett

Great carnival thanks. I thought it was great fun, and different - which is one of the enjoyable things about the nature of carnivals, as they move around between different hosts. They get boring very quickly if just a list of links.

Another Damned Medievalist

I am supposed to be grading ....

Nice work -- I look forward to reading!

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