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French Motto Button

This button was designed by Lutz Bürger in the hope that it will be useful to spread the notions of the French motto “Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité” in the computer field.

 [liberty, equality, brotherhood button]

Thanks to Lutz Bürger for this contribution.

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