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For questions about ballet, see the FAQ for alt.arts.ballet , which is posted there regularly, can be found on the Dancers' Archive, or obtained directly at http://www.panix.com/~twp or by writing to its maintainer, Tom Parsons firstname.lastname@example.org .
Related to dancing are the FAQ lists about Stretching and Flexibility, which is on the web as http://www.sunshine.net/www/0/sn0016/ and the FAQ list on Tinnitus http://www.cccd.edu/faq/tinnitus.html .
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You can find most existing FAQ lists, for as far as they are posted to newsgroup, on http://www.lib.ox.ac.uk/internet/news/ and ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/ . The first address contains FAQ lists that have been converted automatically to html, the second address has the original texts for ftp.
This file is part of the FAQ list for the newsgroup rec.arts.dance. The FAQ list is being maintained by Victor Eijkhout (victor at eijkhout dot net, talk about vanity), who appreciates being sent additions or corrections on the material in this collection. Copyright 1994/5/6/7/8/9/2000 lies with the maintainer and the contributors of various parts.
Listen up: Victor did not write most of this stuff; he just collected it. So don't send him any dance questions.
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Last modified on: Saturday, October 9, 1999.