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Rebecca Clarke, and welcome[edit]

Greetings! Thanks for the update to Clarke; my sources must have been out-of-date on that. I'd guess you're a musician yourself if you know of it; are you? By the way, welcome to Wikipedia; I see no one's welcomed you yet, so here's a small guide to the labyrinth of Wikipedia guide pages:

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If you haven't already, feel free to sign your name to the Wikipedia:New user log and add yourself to the various listings of Wikipedia:Wikipedians. Nice work so far, by the way; hope you stick around. Happy editing! Mindspillage (spill yours?) 12:21, 30 Apr 2005 (UTC)

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