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1971-1985 questions with solutions by Judith Broadwin and George Lenchner,and 1986-2000 questions with solutions by Judith Broadwin, George Lenchner, and Martin Rudolph,are available for purchase and free download (scanned-to-PDF) atmoems.org.
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