Gifts inspired by Wordsworth
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While The Wordsworth Trust tries hard to ensure that the website is functioning correctly and are as accurate as possible, this will not always be achievable and therefore the following disclaimer applies.
The website is provided "as is" without any representation or endorsement made and without warranty of any kind whether express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose, compatibility, non-infringement, accuracy and security. The Wordsworth Trust does not guarantee or represent that the content and/or facilities available or accessible via the website will always be accurate, complete or current or that access to the website will be uninterrupted.
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Unless expressly stated, the copyright and other intellectual property rights (such as design rights, trademarks, patents etc.) in any material provided on the The Wordsworth Trust websites remains the property of Wordsworth Trust (or as the case may be another rightful owner).
As concerns poerty readings, the copyright in the recordings belongs to the Wordsworth Trust but copyright in the poems, and the words spoken in the introduction, belongs to the poets. The Wordsworth Trust-owned material on these websites, including text, images, and sound may not be printed, copied, reproduced, republished, downloaded, posted, displayed, modified, reused, broadcast or transmitted in any way, except for the user's own personal non-commercial use.
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