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2. Cross-references and links
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7. Digital Attributions
Icons von The Noun Project
Target, Circle designed by Luboš Volkov from The Noun Project.
Book designed by Danilo Gusmão Silveira from The Noun Project.
Network designed by Tim Boelaars from The Noun Project.
Group designed by Till Grzegorczyk from The Noun Project.
List designed by Hedie Assadie Joulaee from The Noun Project.
Calendar designed by Garrett Knoll from The Noun Project.
Mortar Board designed by Monika Ciapala from The Noun Project.
digital library by ProSymbols from the Noun Project.