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The power of the Monastery is in its links, and in its people. Quite often, when a search fails to deliver, posting a question or a msg to the Chatterbox wakes one or more of the brethren up, who supply the necessary links (both on and off site).

In reply to Re: Get the best from monastery by rinceWind
in thread Get the best from monastery by artist

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