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Magnus D (2010) Tuesday shopping. flickr.com 23 February (www.flickr.com/photos/magnus_d/4382201057 last accessed 21 March 2011)
abbeyman2002 (2009) Cotton picking. flickr.com 17 October (www.flickr.com/photos/34179117@N00/4484472609/ last accessed 21 March 2011)
Global X (2008) The new (and boring!) Starbucks. flickr.com 26 October (www.flickr.com/photos/globalx/5118161063 last accessed 21 March 2011)
Craig Murphy (2009) Tesco price cut. flickr.com 4 October (www.flickr.com/photos/craigmurphy/3979173651/ last accessed 21 March 2011)
Robert Scoble (2008) Seagate Wuxi China Factory Tour. flickr.com 6 November (www.flickr.com/photos/scobleizer/3009516045 last accessed 21 March 2011)
Anon (2013) Bat clip art vector. downloadclipart.net 13 February (http://www.downloadclipart.net/large/344-bat-design.png last accessed 10 October 2013)
Berto (2008) Pumpkin icon. flickr.com 28 October (http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3135/2981278818_4ed2657b5a.jpg last accessed 10 October 2013)
rubyblossom (2011) Tombstone snip. flickr.com 18 October (http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8047/8099531342_0af0db4b08_z.jpg last accessed 10 October 2013)
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