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Section A. ACCEPTABLE USES OF “OIL ON MY SHOES” MATERIALS. THESE USES ARE ALLOWED:
1. Teaching purposes in grades K-12. Public and private school teachers may print the materials from this website for use only by their own students in grades K-12. Put the following credit at the bottom of each printed page:
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- Duplicating or paraphrasing the materials on ANY other website.
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- Printing, distribution, duplication, or reproduction of any of the materials in any form for any purpose whatsoever, where remuneration is received, or expected to be received.
- Any other use not specifically described in Section A.