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Not so for a mistake found by Bob Galesloot that survived in the article all the way into the third edition. Nelleke Bak, my in-house graphics guru (and spouse) drew all figures except 15, 16, and 17, which were generously contributed by George Ainslie. My thanks to her and him. Finally, thanks go to Colin Allen for technical support (in the effort to deal with bandwidth problems to South Africa) prior to publication of the second как заработать деньги с помощью игр без вложений of this entry, to Daniel McKenzie for procedural advice on preparation of the third version, and to Uri Nodelman for helping with code for math notation онлайн игры с выводом денег проверенные которые платят без вложений formatting of figures for the fifth, version published in 2014.
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