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  • BigAl
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    I recently asked my students, as part of an Internet awareness assignment, "What is the significance of the 'Tent on Malolotja'?". As this image was discussed in an earlier thread, I thought I'd share what the students found.

    What I was actually after was:
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    • you
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  • Doug Nelson
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    by Doug Nelson
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    by thomasgeorge
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  • Doug Nelson
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    by Doug Nelson
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  • Ed_L
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    by Ed_L
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    "The Earthling"
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