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Re: Iris Talk


Are you by any chance getting iris-talk messages posted to your e-
mail address?  If so, of course you're swamped.  Ask John to simply 
set you up to access -- or not, if you're not in the mood -- the list 
at its internet site.  It's easier to selectively view the messages 

Patricia Brooks

--- In iris-talk@y..., "Edna Abrams" <eabrams@c...> wrote:
> Dear Iris Talk,
>  Due to the large number of messages,  though many are of great 
interest to me, I would like to  remove my name from the mailing 
list.  Thank you, Edna Abrams   eabrams@c...
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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