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Subject: Re: [TGF] Official Record Copies
Date: Thu, 28 Jan 2010 09:03:58 -0600
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Karen wrote:
>Elizabeth, thank you so much for this very thorough answer. I appreciate
you taking the time to gather and present this information. The question
was raised as my ProGen study group was reading Donn Devine's chapter titled
"Evidence Analysis" which, as you noted, does not contain specific
guidelines. It would be well to include this information in the revision,
if possible.

>Thanks again!

You're welcome. It was a beneficial exercise, to go through all the
literature at hand and see exactly what each writer had to say about the
topic. As often proves to be the case, it spotlighted another "hole" that
our literature needs to fill.

Thanks for bringing up the question.


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