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 (a)
Algeria
Mostefa Tadjeddine

Argentina
Jose C. Elias

Australia
Matthew Archer, Rohan Beckett, Sean Boiling, Helen Brown, Colvin Burgess, Nigel Chan, Andrew Clancy, Nathan Clark, Michael Clarke, George Davis, Sabrina Dei Giudici, Jayne Goodison, Jenny Delgado, Con Diamantis, Michael Druett, Brett Farrell, Davin Fincher, Liam Gale, Ross Gerring, Con Giakamozis, Jeff Gray, Roy Haller, Matthew Hamilton, Wayne Hampshire, Lindsay Hayman, David Higgins, David Hoy, Jay Jayaganesh, Greg Jones, kala, Bill Kidd, Laura Kun, Samson Lee, Stephen Leslie, Bruce MacDonald, Daniel Martini, Ben Mason, David McMahon, Philip Meintjes, Ken Mogg, Garrick Moore, Patrick Mulligan, Marc Peters, David Radnell, Vanessa Richardson, Glynis Rodrigues, Peter Siddall, Tracy Toh, Clint Verwoert, Sean Walter, and Andrew Zenz.

Austria
Christian Eck and Diethard Ohrt
 (b)
Bahrain
Krishnaraj Pandian

Belgium
Actebis Belgium, Mark Burrett, Emmanuel Coucke, Toon Diegenant, Renaud Hanriot, Hans Keppens, Filip Lampaert, Frederic Lhoest, Vincent Muylle, Philip Smeuninx, Derrick Struys, Olivier Theizen, Lai The-Son, and Dag Wieers.

Bolivia
Mario Gonzales and Hugo Quiones

Bosnia
Nedzad Curic

Brazil
Adriano Vivan Borro, F!bio Marques Ferreira, Cecinio Silva Lacerda, Cesar Souza Liedke, Silvia Lovato, Helton Mattar Monteiro, Paulo Julio Achoa Mello, Renato Navajas, Roberto Neijts, Guido Salvi dos Santos, and Marcos S. Tamashiro.
 (c)
Canada
William Arteau, Dorothy Jane Atkinson, Arthur Axelrad, Mike Baker, Curtis Behmann, Mike Bond, Sheilah Cabot, Alistair Calder, Shane Card, Samuel K.Y. Chau, Jonathan Ching, Perry Daciuk, Bernard DeGuire, Evan Delay, Keith Dodge, Gunther Doewich, Charles Dugas, Ryan Dukacz, Tara Dunkley, Dave Durant, Nanci Ellen, Peter Van Egmond, David Fishman, Ron Good, Reg Harbeck, Beverly Hartnett, Van Hill, Megan Jentz, Jyoti Jhala, Ian Johnstone, Chad Karbinski, Jean Lalonde, Jason Landry, Francois Langlois, Gord Larose, Mike "The Biker" LeDuc, Les Leonhardt, Rudy Limeback, Joshua Longley, Michel F. Lukawecki, Charles Luke, Dave Ludwick, Ed Solomon March, Patrick McMurrich, Donald Michel, Chikara Miyoshi, Shams Mohammad, Ian Muir, Amer Neely, Mark Neilson, Shawn O'Reilly, Dan Ornstein, Vinesha Perera, Gregory Picot, Douglas Plaskett, Dave Plummer, Bonnie Polivka, Janice Poniatowski, Garry Pospishell, Frank Reaume, Robb Reid, Laird Rice, Brad Rixmann, Acken Sakakibara, Jason Sims, Peter Van Egmond, Larry Watson, Dean Waye, Robert Werner, Xiao Yang, and Mariusz Zydyk.

Colombia
Jos} Heriberto Vasquez Caviedes

Costa Rica
Steve Roe

Croatia
Hrvoje Cekolj and Regina Klug.

Cuba
Tamara Vega

Czech Republic
Oldrich Dosedel
 (d)
Denmark
Jacob Christensen, Simon Christiansen, Michael B. Karbo, Niels Christian Nielsen, Frank Norman, S?ren Boll Overgaard, Lasse Pedersen, Anders Petersen, Jan Halfdan Petersen, and Aksel Zoffmann.

Dominican Republic
Mario Grullon Damian and Robertson Pimentel.

Dubai
Ian Carvalho and Joseph Mathew
 (e)
Ecuador
Oswaldo Mesias and Washington Rodrguez S!nchez

Egypt
Ann Owen and Samer S. Sadek
 (f)
Finland
Otto Alhava, G, Perttu Laurinen, Sascha Leib, Niall O'Donoghue, and Tuomas Salo.

France
Magnus Johansson, Errera Laurent, Jose Soudry, and Roy Timor.
 (g)
Germany
Harald Backert, Axel Deck, Till Gartner, Steve Hegensicker, Gerhard Hill, Mario Jeckle, Christian Kirsch, Andre Maric, Torsten Mohrin, and Franziska Paul.

Greece
Giorgos Epitidios and Hadsigeorgiou Ioannis.
 (h)
Hong Kong SAR (People's Republic of China)
David Lam, Wai Yin Lam, Patrick Lok, and Wilson Yuen.

Hungary
Gyula Kangiszer
 (i)
Iceland
Hordur Hardarson and Jon Valentinusson.

India
Sree Anand, Jitender S. Bhatia, Nitin R. Bhosle, Joydeep Biswas, K. Gurusamy, Mahesh Jagadeesan, Manik Juneja, Jibanananda Khuntia, K.R. Krishnakumar, Rajesh Kulkarni, N. V. Anil Kumar, K. P. Krishna Kumar, C.S. Nandagopal, Sumit Nigam, Jaipreet Mahendra, Amit Panjwani, Aparna Pappu, Gaurav Rishi, Jabeer Basha Sayed, Gaurav Shrivastav, Divesh Singhal, Duraisamy Sivaram, Vanessa Vijay, and Ranjeet Walunj.

Iran
Majid Tajamolian

Ireland
Derrick Hurley, Allen Kiely, Ken O'Neill, and Andrew Pegum.

Israel
Yogev Ahuvia, Gil Disatnik, Edan Doron, Meir Doron, Dalit Eizen, Nanci Ellen, Yaakov Feldman, Asher Frenkel, Jacob Ghitis, M.D., Nir Hermoni, Anant Kishore, Malaika Kremerman, Hayden Marchant, Rinat Matityahu, Dr. Abraham Meidan, Yuval Nesher, Hank Nussbacher, Un Ha Park, Moshe Peleg, Leah Shalek, Ran Shenhar, Alex Shnitman, Eliyahu Skoczylas, and Avner Strauss.

Italy
Alberto Accossato, Rosario D'Elia, Umberto Guasti, Paolo Lorenzini, Edoardo Mistretta, Gaetano Maurizio Monti, Luca Rossetti, Adriano Santoni, Tristan Savatier, Jonathan Siegel, and Gustavo Zamboni.
 (j)
Japan
Siu-lim Leung, M. Najib, Shigeki Shibayama, Hari Srinivas, Olivier Thomas, Erina Ueda, Yoshinobu Yamamura, and Kevin Williams.

Jordan
Ziad Mallah
 (k)
Kazakstan
Vladimir Dyo

Kenya
Kamanja Kibe
 (l)
Latvia
Linards Skuja

Luxemburg
Alain Steffes
 (m)
Malaysia
Nah Soo Hoe

Mexico
Joaquin Jimenez, Ricardo Palau, Cuauhtemoc Ramirez, and Marek Wronski.
 (n)
Netherlands
Richard van Achteren, Sybren Brouwer, Benny Chew, Alex de Rijk, Irene Driessen, The Dutchman, Cheryl Gilbert, Emil Gorter, Arno Kolenberg, Mischa Peters, Planet Internet, Hugo Quen}, Edwin Schijff, Rajesh Singh, Sander van Delft, Costyn van Dongen. Mark van Ketel, Martin van Langen, Ruben van Staveren, Steven Voordijk, Jethro Waanders, and H. Rudi Zielman.

New Zealand
Rosalind Blanchard, Paul Brislen, Andrew D. Martin, Kirstin Mills, and Peter Sim.

Norway
Wilhelm Aaser, Harald Tveit Alvestrand, Lars Askholt, Sigmund Gismervik, Kurt Heggelund, Arild Lothe, Hans Erik Nesheim, Erik Ringnes, Frank Teksum, and Ragnar Westad.
 (o)
 
 (p)
Pakistan
Maryam Ashfaq Hussain, Zaka ul Islam, and Jaudat Qureshi.

People's Republic of China
Cho Man Fai, Yang Jing, Hou Jitao, Cao KaiBin, and Tang Wulong.

Philippines
Therese Arcilla and Steve Taylor

Portugal
Miguel Azevedo, Rui Oliveira, and Ricardo Marvao

Puerto Rico
Ramn Centeno-Coln
 (q)
 
 (r)
Romania
Bogdan Parcanschi

Russia
Nikolay Kultashev
 (s)
Singapore
B. K. Chia, Lee Gilbert, Suresh K. Panicker, Peter Teow, and Chng Tiak Yee.

Slovenia
Miran Zeljko

South Africa
Charl Barnard, Hendrik Brink, Daniel Chalef, Matthew Green, Sheldon Hearn, Cecil Roets, Rodney Shaw, Scott Silburn, Juliea Stewart, Lambert van Heerden, and Ciske van Oosten.

South Korea
Euibeom Hwang, Hakseon Kim, Cindy Lee, KangWon Lee, Jong-Ho Won, Choong Hwan Roh, and Kim Seon Young.

Spain
Jos} Mara ?la, Ramon Luis Perez Blanco, Jos} Manuel Armada Dacal, Juan Ignacio Rodrguez de Len, Barbara Stegensek, and Alfredo Rueda Unsain.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines, West Indies
Norris N. Parsons
Saudi Arabia
H. Pusch

Sweden
Sven Anderdahl, Roland Bengtsson, Anders Ekbom, Stefan Eskelid, Jonas Flygare, Johan Gardfeldt, Filip Hellgren, Martin Hellspong, Stefan Holmstram, Jakob Hussfelt, Jerzy Kardach, Johan Karlsson, Fredrik Lindgren, Mikael Lannqvist, Nils Magnusson, Marcus Mat?rn, Mats Nordlund, Stefan Oberg, Marcus Ohlin, Bjorn Persson, Gunilla Pettersson, Hans Sjoholm, Johan Sjaquist, Johan Svensson, Rickard Svensson, Johan Thureson, Orjan Timan, Ulf Wiger, and Sofia Wirberg.

Switzerland
Marcy Burt Butz and Julien Dumoulin
 (t)
Taiwan
Chiou-Shann Fuh, Sean King, and Carol Lin

Tanzania
Hussein Damji and Seif Esmailjee

Thailand
Santichai Dumpprasertkul, Pradit Pinyopasakul, Brad Rimer, Warut Roonguthai, Prasert Wongkiattisak, and Nakrob Thienpratheep.

Trinidad
Adrian Manick and Darryl Wilson

Turkey
Devrim Baris Acar, Hamdi Inan, Bulent Dueak, Melih, Ali Ismet Ozkan, and Yesim Yagci.
 (u)
United Kingdom
Stanley Barden, Richard Bevan, Art Blokland, Lucy Borresen, Phil Bowman, Steve Broad, David Brown, Ian Cargill, Mark Collins, Paul Collins, Tom Cook, Tom Cool, Martin Davies, Chris Dyer, Julio Espin, Ian Eveleigh, J. P. Fisher, Nick Gilbert, John Gilmartin, James Gould, Adam Grundy, James Hamill, Don Henderson, David Higley, Russell Hitchings, Leslie Honeyman, Mike Jones, Shakila Khan, Peter King, David Lexton, Nico Macdonald, Phil Mainwaring, Sally Martin, Richard McLoughlin, Sabine Kujo McNeill, Paula-Dee Meredith, James Miller, Jonathan Mitchell, Gerhard Muth, Ben Ochan, Udo Oji, Dan Oliver, Nicky Pasternak, Sunil Patel, Andrew T. Y. Pearce, Des Pirkhoffer, Vaibhav Ranjangaonkar, David Rhodes, Shahid Sattar, Andrew Scaife, Guy Shackleton, Jon Sinigaglia, Ronny Smith, Simon Smith, Jonathan Lowe Stoppi, Richard Taylor, Brendan Timoney, Alp Bora Toker, Richard Tubb, Lee Turnbull, Mike Vincent, Paul Waine, Ashleigh Wakeling, Louise Walsh, Barry G. Ward, Conrad Webbe, Nigel Wheeler, Simon Whitaker, Ben Wilkes, Mark Wilson, and Frank Wognum.

United States
A long list of contributors
 (v)
Venezuela
Rodolfo Cruces and Antonio Leal
 (w)
 
 (x)
 
 (y)
Yugoslavia
Misa Radujko
 (z)
Zambia
Munalula Kayama
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