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The DocBook: TDG Duck
Figure 1. The Duck

A woodcut from the Dover Archives, this wood duck is used as the “animal” for DocBook: The Definitive Guide.

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The DocBook: TDG Duck
Figure 1. The Duck

A woodcut from the Dover Archives, this wood duck is used as the “animal” for DocBook: The Definitive Guide.

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