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We would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation for your support and loyalty throughout the year 2003.

Your interest in our paper gives our work meaning and helps us to progress.

We hope that our commitment to bringing you in-depth coverage from all walks of life in Slovakia and analyses of the trends that move Slovak society will help us retain that support in years to come.

The Spectator hopes to remain an integral part of your life and wishes you and your loved ones all the best in 2004.

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