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* [[Media:CCiMOU.pdf | Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)]]  
 
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* [http://ibiblio.org/cccr/docs/cci/legal.rtf Affiliate Agreement: Legal Affiliate]
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* [[Media:Legal_Affiliate.pdf‎ | Affiliate Agreement: Legal Affiliate]]  
 
* [http://ibiblio.org/cccr/docs/cci/public.rtf Affiliate Agreement: Public Affiliate]
 
* [http://ibiblio.org/cccr/docs/cci/public.rtf Affiliate Agreement: Public Affiliate]
 
* [http://ibiblio.org/cccr/docs/cci/schwag.rtf CC Merchandise policy]
 
* [http://ibiblio.org/cccr/docs/cci/schwag.rtf CC Merchandise policy]

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