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|1.||↑||Steiner's credentials include: the Goetheanum, the international headquarters of Anthroposophy based in Dornach, Switzerland; the Camphill schools/communities for those with special needs; Eurythmy; Anthroposophical medicine;Waldorf schools; and biodynamics.|
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|6.||↑||(1) Small – up to 3 hectares; (2) Medium – from 3.1 to 9.9 hectares; and (3) Large – above 10 hectares. Initially the group had another subdivision – from 10 to 20 hectares and above 20 hectares. However, the differences in operational costs between the two second largest subdivisions were not sufficiently significant to justify such a grouping.|
|7.||↑||highest estimate/number of bottles|
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|15.||↑||Google announced via Twitter in February 2009, that Facebook updates are now included in the search engine's real-time search feature.|
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