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Acorn Advert - December 1985

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"Editorial", David Kelly, Popular Computing Weekly, 31st October 1985, p. 3
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"Chip chat", Personal Computer World, April 1985, p. 296
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"Schizophrenic ST", Your Computer, November 1987, p. 38
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"Acorn chief quits", Popular Computing Weekly, 30th October 1987, p. 4

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