Corel GALLERY Magic 200,000 is a fabulous collection of over 200,000 royalty-free fonts, clip-art images, stock photographs, sound clips, etc. Though the photos are small and over-compressed, their number and quality nonetheless make this an indispensable tool for aspiring webmasters on shoestring budgets (like me). Except for the photo of me, all main photographs in Sexy Slender Women are from Corel GALLERY Magic 200,000--even the image of Teri Weigel. I have cropped, resized, removed backgrounds from, and even extended the images as necessary. For example, I created the logo for Sexy Slender Women (above) by removing the model from her background and pasting her over the text--the fonts of which are from Corel GALLERY Magic 200,000 as well. Similarly, the image at right was originally cropped so that part of the model's right shoe was missing; to make the photo look better, I drew in the rest of the shoe and extended the brick floor.
Corel GALLERY Magic 200,000 is no longer available, and I have no idea whether newer Corel GALLERY products contain the same images. In any case, you can probably find copies at online auction sites or websites that sell overstocked or pre-owned software.
The license agreement for Corel GALLERY Magic 200,000 requires me to state the following: the images from Corel GALLERY Magic 200,000 on this Web site may not be saved or downloaded and are only to be used for viewing purposes.
"Satistics Related to Overweight and Obesity" is NIH Publication No. 96-4158, July 1996. The e-text I used was posted 12 February 1998 at the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) website and updated June 2000.
"Health Implications of Obesity" was created by the National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Conference, February 11-13, 1985. The original publication was NIH Consens Statement 1985 Feb 11-13; 5(9):1-7. The e-text I used was posted at the NIH website.
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