By G. Mauger
Cours de Langue et de Civilisation Francaises I: 1er et 2e Degres (Italian) Paperback - 1953 through G. Mauger (Author)
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And I can’t overlook LinDee Kangas, who first opened my eyes to the power of VLOOKUP. I offer a most sincere thank-you to the sometimes irascible Steve. Finalizing this edition of the book would not have been possible in the absence of his advice that the anagram of my name is “belch no jaw hank”. And this is my long-overdue thanks to Jonathan (Ozzy) Osborne, whose contribution to the spin-cycle of my washing machine defies words, thoughts, and most nonmundane feelings. xxxvii Acknowledgments I almost forgot to thank the following: Leandro Castillo (for unleashing Custom Lists), Pete Dozier (my VBA Jedi Master), and Thomasina Campbell (who believed in me when I didn’t believe in me).