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"COPYING-AND-PASTING" OF ANY MATERIALS POSTED ON ANI'S WEB SITE TO YOUR WEB
SITE, INCLUDING THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE MAPS, TEXTS, IMAGES, PHOTOS, DESIGNS,
OR ANY PORTION OF ANY MAP, TEXTS, IMAGES, PHOTOS, DESIGNS, OR ANY OTHER
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(See Publishing below for further information).
If you want to publish any text, photo, map, or any portion of any text, photo, map, including graphics, designs, or images, from ANI's Web site, in a Web site or in any other digital format, in a book, magazine, journal, TV production, or in any other form of publication not herein mentioned, you must:
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Note: Media representatives may contact the ANI office directly instead.
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