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Anca Simionca

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Harri Raisio and Lyn Carson

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Marinică Bărbulescu and Alexandru Cernat

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Ramona Marinache

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Małgorzata Martynuska

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Hakim Ben Salah, Jean-Martin Deslauriers and René Knüsel

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Rene Mäe

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Esmeranda Manful and Michael Atakora

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Lauren B. Frank, Sheila T. Murphy and Sandra Ball-Rokeach

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