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By taking the time and effort to create a conforming web page initially, one can be more assured that it will appear the same across current browser platforms now and in the future. The importance of hand crafting versus automated web page creation can be found in simpler, more efficient coding, much easier to maintain and enhance or update as future needs arise. We are proud of our efforts so, please, feel free to use your browser's View Source capability to see the simplicity of the hypertext coding of this page.

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