11 August, 2017


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This collection of work is published by Angela and Dion Blundell,
Papakura Anglican Parish
40 Coles Crescent, Papakura 2110, Auckland, New Zealand
PO Box 72 633, Papakura 2244, Auckland, New Zealand
Ph +64-9-2998086


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Something as simply as: CC [BY-SA], Angela and Dion Blundell 2017, used with permission will do

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