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- The submission is original, has not been previously published, nor is it submitted for publication in another journal (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The text has been placed in the appropriate template made available at the journal's website. In particular, the text uses a single spacing, 12-point font, italics instead of underlining (except for URLs and doi numbers), and all illustrations, drawings and tables are placed in the text in the right places, not at the end.
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- If my research presented in the article to be submitted has received funding, I have reported it to the Editorial Board in the box provided below.
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