Micom BASIC Magazine
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Desciption

Micom BASIC Magazine (マイコンBASICマガジン) is a Japanese magazine specializes in programming. This magazine mainly published programs from users for various computers, but also articles and news about hardware, software and compagnies. It was released monthly from July 1982 to June 1999.

Note: Micom (マイコン) is an abbreviation of Micro Computer but it was often written Mycom. Micom BASIC Magazine was also called by the diminutive Bamaga (ベーマガ).

List of magazines containing MSX programs or articles:

Issue Content Notes
11-1983
No.17
  • Biorhythm Sei - Biorhythm Generation (program by Kimura-kũn)
  • Fighter (program Wingman)
12-1983
No.18
  • Orienteering (program by Saitamaken-jin)
01-1984
No.19
  • Master Mind (program)
02-1984
No.20
  • Lead Man (program Yoshinao Mori)
03-1984
No.21
  • Mogura Tataki (program)
  • Bamaga wo Oshie! - Teach me Bamaga! (program)
04-1984
No.22
  • Super Bugman (program by Bug Man)
  • Cuckoo Calsa (program)
05-1984
No.23
  • Pioneer Palcom (news)
  • Cat Help (program)
  • Wall Game (program)
06-1984
No.24
  • Hito Fude-gaki Game - One Brush Writing Game (program)
  • Tape Read Error! (program)
07-1984
No.25
  • Shiri-zumou (program)
  • Boomerang Boy (program)
08-1984
No.26
  • National CF-3000 (news)
  • The Rescuer (program)
  • The Slug (program)
09-1984
No.27
  • Ishoku-ban Tori - Portable Bird (program)
  • Bound Rescue (program)
10-1984
No.28
  • Rescue (program by Ran Ran)
  • Hungry Spider (program)
  • The phases of the moon (program)
11-1984
No.29
  • Toshiba Emi releases software! (News)
  • Jump! (Basic program by Ken Yoshida)
  • Happy Coin (Basic program by Yasunori Takahara)
Digital version
12-1984
No.30
  • Casio PV7 (news)
  • Paxon MSX TV from General (news)
  • Toshiba HX-20 (news)
  • Yamaha ZGA-01 (news)
  • Rescue (program by HX-10D)
  • Apple Runner (program)
  • Kappaman (program)
Digital version
01-1985
No.31
  • Character Dancing Part 1 (tutorial by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Zirai Area (program)
  • 3D Alien Town (program)
  • 34 (program)
Digital version
02-1985
No.32
  • Character Dancing Part 2 (tutorial by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Boomerang Game (program)
  • Eater Vs Watchers (program)
  • Kondate Game - Menu Making Game (program)
Digital version
03-1985
No.33
  • Character Dancing Part 3 (tutorial by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Zenji (review by Tedzuka Ichirou)
  • Masaru-kun, Patch Shio! - Masaru, let's patch! (program)
  • White & Black (program)
  • Super Janken - Super Rock-Paper-Scissors (program)
  • The Rescue (program by Mono)
  • Binary to Hexadecimal Program (tutorial by Mei Aika)
Digital version
04-1985
No.34
Digital version
05-1985
No.35
  • Character Dancing Part 5 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Ouke no tani - King Valley (review by Uighur wort)
  • Hydlide (review by Tedzuka Ichirou)
  • Hexerion (program)
  • Captain Akamaru (program)
  • Kani Catch - Crab Catch (program)
Digital version
06-1985
No.36
  • Thought of advanced technics 1: Bound War (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Character Dancing Part 6 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Hitsujikai - Shepherd (program)
  • Deepgon (program by Tanaken)
  • Green Hat (program)
Digital version
07-1985
No.37
  • Character Dancing Part 7 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Hanting (program by HX-10D)
  • Koji-kun (program by Nari Gon)
  • Doors (program)
Digital version
08-1985
No.38
  • Character Dancing Part 8 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Kagelien (program)
  • Milk Hall (program)
  • Ima, kaeru! - Now, Frog! (program)
  • Maze Editor
Digital version
09-1985
No.39
  • Thought of advanced technics 2: Tap Tap (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Character Dancing Part 9 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • The Watch Panic (program)
  • Refrection Beam (program)
  • Kunfu Chan (program)
Digital version
10-1985
No.40
  • Thought of advanced technics 3: Mini Duke (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Character Dancing Part 10 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Balloon (program)
  • Itte kuru!! - I go, bye! (program by Takeshikun)
  • Harapeko Tako Tarou - Hungry Tarou Octopus (program by NCL)
Digital version
11-1985
No.41
  • Character Dancing Part 11 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Yama no Karasu - Mountain crow (program by Takeshikun)
  • Dewa, Hana Demo Ueyou Ka Na - Well, let's plant flowers (program)
  • Obake-kun - The little Ghost (program)
Digital version
12-1985
No.42
  • Thought of advanced technics 4: Foot Steps (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Character Dancing Part 12 (article by Hiroshi Matsuda)
  • Orders 5 (program)
  • Pase & Poll (program)
  • Face (program)
Digital version
01-1986
No.43
Digital version
02-1986
No.44
  • Thought of advanced technics 6 (programming by Kimco)
  • Animal Panic (program by V.Hunter)
  • Super Block Maze (program)
  • Gokuu (program by Takashi-kun)
Digital version
03-1986
No.45
  • Aozora Oozumou - Blue Sky Great Sumo (program)
  • Magnet Ball (program)
  • Boxon Chumei (program by Yasumori Kimura)
Digital version
04-1986
No.46
  • Flash And Ball (program by Kamidora)
  • Obake Ga Deta! - There was a ghost! (program by Kawazu)
  • Hamburger Wo Yakou - Let's bake a hamburger! (program)
Digital version
05-1986
No.47
  • Thought of advanced technics: Let's Walk (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Empitsu Club - Pen Club (program)
  • Kage-san no O-hyakudomairi - Kage's Hyakudoishi (program by Yu-Taka)
  • ACT (program)
  • Moko, Character creation tool for SCREEN2
Digital version
06-1986
No.48
  • Hana dorobou dai sakusen - Flower Thief Strategy (program)
  • Deffon (program by Komachi Taimu)
  • Signal Ball (program)
  • Nightshade (Review by Toshio Tabeta)
Digital version
07-1986
No.49
  • Thought of advanced technics: 3D-Smasher (tutorial by Kimco)
  • MomoTarou (program)
  • Tenbin Kun Club (program)
  • Ganbare Toko-chan - Hang in Toko (program)
Digital version
08-1986
No.50
  • Hades Prison (program by Aoi)
  • Battle Lloyd (program by Battle Eagle)
  • Hyde Park (program)
Digital version
09-1986
No.51
  • Thought of advanced technics (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Bomb Melon (program by Aoi)
  • Dungeon (program)
  • It's Bad (program by Kamidora)
Digital version
10-1986
No.52
  • Green Apple (program)
  • The Castle Of Udo (program)
  • Ball Ball (program)
Digital version
11-1986
No.53
  • Thought of advanced technics (tutorial by Kimco)
  • The Fighter Of Ball (program)
  • Tennis (program by NNP)
  • Himitsu no Kimi-chan - Your secret (program)
  • Maze Maker (program by Aoi)
Digital version
12-1986
No.54
  • HYDE PARK II (program)
  • Dr. Ramen-ya Mairi (program by Yu-Taka)
  • Ultraman (program)
Digital version
01-1987
No.55
  • [Ice Room (program)
  • The Carrot (program)
  • Seven Towers (program)
Digital version
02-1987
No.56
  • Solomon (program)
  • Janvader (program by Komachi Taimu)
  • FIRST WARS THE - Space - (program)
  • Ponta Monogatari - The Ponta Story (program for MSX2)
Digital version
03-1987
No.57
  • Ganbare Toko-chan 2 - Hang in Toko 2 (program)
  • Kanashii Yoru Wo Tomete -Stop the sad night (program by Sat-chan Tarou)
  • Yuukan Na Otoko Miru - Mill The Brave Man (program)
  • Snow Cape (program for MSX2)
Digital version
04-1987
No.58
  • Jump
  • Soccer Wars (program by Kamidora)
  • Jump Ball (program by Shiedar)
  • Don (program for MSX2)
  • Metroid (Nintendo music)
  • Fantasy zone (Sega music)
Digital version
05-1987
No.59
  • Heart Land (program)
  • Ball Ball Ball (program by Xor)
  • 2 players (program)
  • Caring fruit (program for MSX2 by Koyama-kun)
Digital version
06-1987
No.60
  • The House Of Slime (program)
  • Tower (program)
  • PEA Man (program by Taka-chan Soft)
  • So No Go No Yuki No Kaeri Michi - After It, The Way Back From The Snow (Port from P8mkII to MSX2 by F-15)
  • Pac-Land (Namco music)
Digital version
07-1987
No.61
  • Saviour (program)
  • The Return of Rainbow (program)
  • Dot Dot (program by Haniwa & Maniwa)
  • Slide Game (program for MSX2 by Yo-Yo)
Digital version
08-1987
No.62
  • Vampire killer (program by Shiedar)
  • Tragedy (program)
  • Hazudome (Basic program by Crazy Soft)
  • Ball Bomb (program)
Digital version
09-1987
No.63
  • Hat-kun (program)
  • Dore Runner (program by Yois)
  • Page One (program)
  • Tower of Zidane (program)
  • Super Hang-On (Sega Music arranged by Ino)
Digital version
10-1987
No.64
  • Mystery Forests (program)
  • Jaran Keran Potan - Rockan-Paperan-Scissorans (program)
  • Star Run (program)
  • Fuusen II - Balloon II (program for MSX2)
Digital version
11-1987
No.65
  • Blocky (program)
  • Tile Land (program)
  • 25Game (program)
  • Tower of Zidane 2 (program for MSX2)
  • Rolling Thunder (Namco music)
Digital version
12-1987
No.66
  • The Cosmos Stage (program)
  • Kiseki No Shinamono - Miracle Items (program)
  • Magnet Floor (program by Kamidora)
  • Sugoroku (RPG program for MSX2 by Xor)
  • Fairy Tale Veil (System Sacom music arranged by OSC)
Digital version
01-1988
No.67
  • Gravity (program by Rice Hill)
  • Grandos (program by Yanagi)
  • Dead Hea (program by tMr.Ribo)
  • The Way To (program for MSX2)
Digital version
02-1988
No.68
  • Soccer (program)
  • Denwa-kun (program by Yanagi)
  • Seisui - Holy water (program)
  • Crystal Story (program for MSX2)
  • Ai Senshi Nicol - Love Warrior Nicol (Konami music)
Digital version
03-1988
No.69
  • Thoughts of advanced technics: Let's move things (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Block Land (Basic program by RBD Soft/Ryouichi Tomo)
  • The Kunfu (Basic program by Sakana)
  • Dungeon II (Basic program by Masayuki Tanaka)
  • Devil Attack (Basic program by Tatsuyo Matsumoto)
  • Parodius (review by YK-2)
  • Deep Dungeon (review by Tommy)
Digital version Alternate version
04-1988
No.70
  • Out Land (program by Gob)
  • Samurai vs Yokai - Samurai vs Gost (program)
  • Frying Pan (program by Nikoshan-GG)
  • PEA Man: Dasshutsu No Maki - PEA Man: Escape Volume (program by Taka-chan Soft)
  • Halley's Comet (Taito music)
  • Silpheed (Game Art music)
Digital version
05-1988
No.71
  • Thought of advanced technics (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Toki Ni Ha Shinju No You Ni - Sometimes like a pearl (program by EMG)
  • Crab & Fish (program)
  • Slime-kun (program)
  • Arch Angel (Program for MSX2)
  • Quartet (Sega music by Isobe Dachi)
Digital version
06-1988
No.72
  • Thoughts of advanced technics: Let's move enemies (tutorial by Kimco)
  • Halt (Basic program by Asao Suzuki)
  • Hide
  • Little Circuit: Dempa Cup (Basic program by Taka-chan Soft)
  • Soramander (Basic program for MSX2 by Kichi)
  • Sega Fantazy Zone (PSG music)
  • Kyoto Ryuu No Tera Satsujin Jiken - Kyoto Dragon Temple Murder (review)
  • Parodius (review)
Digital version
07-1988
No.73
  • PEA man: Chiageya wo Taosou - PEA Man: Let's defeat the land raiser (program by Taka-chan Soft)
  • Twinkle Stage
  • Urashima Tsugiko (program by Zuo)
  • Horror Of 1/2 (program for MSX2)
  • Galaga '88 (music)
Digital version
08-1988
No.74
  • THE CURCE of WHITE DRAGON (program by Kurasan)
  • PANIC at DEMPA II
  • Save Idols: The Longest Day Of A.Yamashita (program by Kieth Gall)
  • Yangtze River (program for MSX2)
  • Konami A-Jax: Cross Point (music)
Digital version
09-1988
No.75
  • Wasis (program by F&I Soft)
  • Oshite Tase: Kopenhāgen No Aki (program)
  • Bomb & Bomb (program by Naritsuji)
  • Put'n (program for MSX2 by Syusot)
  • Konami Gradius II: stage 1 (music)
Digital version
10-1988
No.76
  • Bonx Banx
  • TPIP (program)
  • Rolling Ball (program by Kieth Gallant)
  • Akazukin: O Okami Taiji Densetsu - Little Red Riding Hood: Wolf Extermination Legend (program)
  • Irem R-Type: Monster Beat (music by Haniwa)
Digital version
11-1988
No.77
  • Darts Spirit A (program by Haniwa)
  • Dokkan Chikkan (program by Yanagi)
  • Japan Series (program)
  • Fuusen 3 (program)
  • Sega After Burner: Final Take Off (music)
Digital version
12-1988
No.78
  • Touch Breaker (program)
  • Bbasket Ball (program by Panic MSX)
  • Make Up! (program by Oee)
  • Hip-Dump (program for MSX2)
  • Konami GRADIUS II: Burning Heat (music)
Digital version
01-1989
No.79
  • MSX2+ De Adventure Game Wo Tsukutte Miyou - Let's make an adventure game with an MSX2+! (tutorial by Kimko)
  • Cry Dec (program by EMGVT-)
  • Nusuttodan-san (Basic program by Takahashi)
  • Mid Master (Masahide Sumiyoshi)
  • Gafuuga no yabou - Gaffuga's Ambition (program for MSX2 by PAN Soft)
  • Sudadan (program for MSX2+ by Iga-chan Soft)
  • Nintendo Metroid: Ending (music)
  • Sega Thunderblade: Type II (music for MSX-Music by Pritty K.N.)
  • Sega Space Harrier: Battle Field (music for MSX-Music)
  • Gofer no Yabou Episode II - Nemesis 3 Eve of Destruction (review)
  • Laydock 2 (review)
  • Mobile Suit Gundam: MS Field (review)
Digital version
02-1989
No.80
  • Pekin (program)
  • Warping World (program)
  • M-Type (program)
  • Two Ball (program for MSX2 by Sakana)
  • Sugoroku (program for MSX2+ by Iga-chan Soft)
  • Nintendo Metroid: Ending (music)
Digital version
03-1989
No.81
  • Math Game (program)
  • Janken Fight (program by Mitotchi)
  • Crystal Quest: Laim (program by Yuto)
  • Domino (program)
  • Hēbi-san World III - Mr. Snake World III (program)
  • Sega Outrun (music)
Digital version
04-1989
No.82
  • Add (program)
  • Hagi-No-Tsuki part 1 - The sweets from Miyagi part 1 (program)
  • Red Desert (program)
  • Free Basket Ball (program)
  • Concon Land (program for MSX2 by Maison Ikkoku)
  • KunKun (program for MSX2+ by Iga-chan Soft)
  • MSX Voice(sampling program for MSX2)
  • Konami Graduis II: Medley (music by George)
  • Mamco Metro Cross (music by Momo)
Digital version
05-1989
No.83
  • Mothra To Yukaina Murabito-domo - Mothra And The Cheerful Villagers (program by Kamikaze Taxi)
  • Hani Warriors (music by Jizosama Soft)
  • BAKS D56 (program by EMG)
  • The Return of Rainbow II (ported by)
  • Atarashii Asobi - New play (program)
  • Flying HE-BI - Flying Snake
  • Sega Power drift: B Course (music)
Digital version
06-1989
No.84
  • 36
  • Space Cannon (program)
  • Lost station (program by Penname)
  • Solar Box (program for MSX2)
  • Atuless (program for MSX2 by Furupo)
  • Bakufu ((program for MSX2+ by Taka-chan Soft)
  • Program Rakuraku Nyuuryoku Tool - Program Easy Input Tool (program)
  • Sega Galaxy Force: Name Entry (music)
Digital version
07-1989
No.85
  • Research to use the SCC Sound generator part 1
  • Totemo Simple - Very Easy (program)
  • Kiseki no Oukan - Miraculous Crown (program by NaBe Soft)
  • Raxy (program)
  • Choukou - Yangtze River (program for MSX2)
  • Pea Man (program for MSX2 by Taka-chan Soft)
  • Tatakau 4-nin no senshi II: Last Attack - 4 warriors To Fight II: Last Attack (program for MSX2+)
  • Bothtec The Scheme: Challening Tomorrow (music)
Digital version
08-1989
No.86
  • Research to use the SCC Sound generator part 2: SCC Sound SCC Tone Editor Ver.1 (machine program by C.K.)
  • Reflect (short program in 12 lines by Masaya Tokunaga)
  • Golf U1 Course (program by Yuu Hashimoto)
  • Mario Modoki (program by Tomomichi Matsuda)
  • Side Coat (program for MSX2 by Furupo)
  • Broken Seal (program for MSX2 by Hideto Eikichi)
  • Gondola (program for MSX2+ and MSX-Music by Takeshi Satō)
  • Animation tool 2 (program by Hiroyuki Yamamoto)
  • Taito Darius: Space cave Theme (music for MSX-Music Takahito Uenishi)
  • Sega Super Hang-On: Winning Run (music for MSX-Music by Haruyuki Ishida)
Digital version
09-1989
No.87
  • Research to use the SCC Sound generator part 3: SCC Tone Editor Ver.2 (machine program by C.K.)
  • Power~n (program by Sumomo)
  • Gilbat 2: War (program by Makuro)
  • Puusuke (program by Hiroaki Ikeda)
  • Spring Egg (program for MSX2 by Momoke Morizawa)
  • Comical Kids (program for MSX2 by Tamazu Uehara)
  • The Tatakai: Moero batter Hen - Burn batter edition (program for MSX2+ & MSX-Music by Iga-chan Soft)
  • Sega Out-Run: Passing Breeze (Music arranged by Hiroyuki Kimura)
  • Undeadline (review)
Digital version
10-1989
No.88
  • Kaitei Tansa-ki Maruboshi 1-gō - Submarine probe Maruboshi 1 (program)
  • Kyonshī taiji (program)
  • RGB (program by Momo)
  • Clink (program)
  • Rotation (program by Rain=Weather)
  • Jumping Car (program)
  • Namco Rolling Thunder (Music)
  • Bothtec The Scheme (Music)
Digital version
11-1989
No.89
  • SCC & PSG Driver Sound-kun no Maki (Machine program by Yanagi)
  • Famicom Graduis II (Music for Sound-kun by Yanagi)
  • R-Type (Music for Sound-kun by Yanagi)
  • Tobidase! Badminton - Jump Out! Badminton (program by Kōji Yoshimura)
  • The Bruiser (program by Shuu Ishikawa)
  • Hanten puzzle (program by Morimasa Sekiō)
  • Pusher part 2 (program for MSX2 SPM)
  • Storm (Basic and machine program for MSX2 by Mitsuru Yoshizawa)
  • The Helicopter (program for MSX2+ by Tatsuya Sasaki)
  • MSX Disk Repairer (Machine program by Tinople Software)
  • Namco Pac Mania: First screen (Music for MSX-Music)
  • Namco Metal Hawk: BGM1 (Music)
  • Disk Station #7 (review)
  • Arcus II (review)
Digital version Alternate version
12-1989
No.90
  • Sony F1-XV & A1-WSX (review)
  • Sound-kun: Tettei Kaiseki! no Maki - Sound-kun: Thorough Analysis (tutorial with Music sample)
  • Wasis 3 (program by Takashi Fukaya)
  • Open Hand (program Momoko Morisawa)
  • Hani Warriors II: Sofy (program by NaBe Soft)
  • Hogo Shock! (program for MSX2 by Akihiko Matsunami)
  • Concon Land 2 (program for MSX2 by Maison Ikkoku)
  • Kabocha Wars - Pumpkin Wars (program for MSX2+ & MSX-Music Iga-chan Soft)
  • Konami Akumajo Dracula II (Music)
Digital version
01-1990
No.91
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02-1990
No.92
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03-1990
No.93
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04-1990
No.94
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05-1990
No.95
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06-1990
No.96
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07-1990
No.97
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08-1990
No.98
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09-1990
No.99
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10-1990
No.100
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11-1990
No.101
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12-1990
No.102
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01-1991
No.103
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02-1991
No.104
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03-1991
No.105
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04-1991
No.106
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05-1991
No.107
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06-1991
No.108
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07-1991
No.109
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08-1991
No.110
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09-1991
No.111
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10-1991
No.112
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11-1991
No.113
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12-1991
No.114
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01-1992
No.115
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02-1992
No.116
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03-1992
No.117
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04-1992
No.118
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05-1992
No.119
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06-1992
No.120
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07-1992
No.121
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08-1992
No.123
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09-1992
No.124
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10-1992
No.125
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11-1992
No.126
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12-1992
No.127
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