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  • C. Pryor (a1), J.M. Fletcher (a2), J.E. Hesser (a2), R.D. McClure (a2), P.B. Stetson (a2), H.B. Richer (a3), G.G. Fahlman (a3), R.A. Ibata (a3), N.C. Ivanans (a3), G. Mandushev (a3), R.A. Bell (a4), M. Bolte (a5), H.E. Bond (a6), W.E. Harris (a7), D.A. Vandenberg (a8) and M.A. Wood (a9)...

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Primordial binaries in globular clusters are important both because their properties are an integral part of the description of the stellar population and because they can strongly influence the dynamical evolution of the cluster (see Hut, this volume).

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