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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind ceases production of its Braille and cassette versions Nov 09

Matilda Ziegler Magazine for the Blind ceases production of its Braille and cassette versions in November 2009.  http://bit.ly/4MLv8V

11 comments:

Mr.misterChikodinaka Nickkindidm Oguledo said...

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Mr.misterChikodinaka Nickkindidm Oguledo said...

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Mr.misterChikodinaka Nickkindidm Oguledo said...

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mr. mister Chikodinaka Nickkindidm Oguledo,Kismat said...

The KNFB mobile-reader 4mor d tails go 2 http://www.knfbreader.com
When you hav the reader you can read the metilda zee gler mag. and other print!

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