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    1 Pakiet słowników został stworzony przez projekt OpenOffice.org po polsku.
    2 Zawiera wszystkie słowniki w wersjach z dnia 2008.12.06.
    3 Strona główna projektu: http://pl.openoffice.org
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   11 Data utworzenia tej wersji slownika: 2008.12.06
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   13 Opiekun słownika: Marek Futrega (futrega@gmail.com)
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   15 Korekty: Marcin Miłkowski
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   17 Słownik synonimów - wersja do programu OpenOffice.org
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   20 Copyright (C) 2004-2008 Marcin Miłkowski <milek_pl@users.sourceforge.net>
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   27 Licencja: LGPL 2.1, wersja pierwotna dostępna na zasadach public domain.
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   29 Oparte na danych z pakietu TeX: plhyph.tex,
   30 wersja 3.0a, 17.05.1995
   31 Pierwsza wersja - Hanna Kołodziejska (1987).
   32 Adaptacja do formatu LeX i duże zmiany: Bogusław Jackowski & Marek Ryćko (1987-1989).
   33 Dalsze poprawki - Hanna Kołodziejska (1991).
   34 Wersja samodzielna - Bogusław Jackowski i Marek Ryćko, z uwzględnieniem sugestii
   35 Mariusza Olki, 1995.
   36 Konwersja do OOo i poprawki: Artur Polaczyński <artiip@gmail.com>
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  536   Yoyodyne, Inc., hereby disclaims all copyright interest in the
  537   library `Frob' (a library for tweaking knobs) written by James Random Hacker.
  538 
  539   <signature of Ty Coon>, 1 April 1990
  540   Ty Coon, President of Vice
  541 
  542 That's all there is to it!
  543 
  544