From: (James Clark)
Subject: groff 1.10 released
Date: 1995/11/26
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GNU groff version 1.10 is now available for anonymous ftp from

New in this release is a postprocessor for the HP LaserJet 4 and

Please reports bugs to: 

James Clark

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