End User Licence Agreement

Data Dragon Universal Translator ("Data Dragon") is made up of several pieces
of software. Each piece of software has it's own licensing requirements and
all must be agreed to.
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Data Dragon UI
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DATA DRAGON 
END USER LICENCE AGREEMENT (EULA)
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Open Source Licenses
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===============
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===============
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===============
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