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Produce HTML code and an external CSS file that will contain the following features:
1. An un-ordered list containing links to the home pages of Microsoft, Google, and SourceForge. It will employ the disc option for bullet points.
2. An image other than the one in the Lecture Notes, with border options of your choice.
3. Text to the right of the image explaining where it came from and why its use does not involve a breach of copyright.
4. An ordered list below the image setting out your personal priorities in taking this degree course. Choose an option that is different from lower Roman.

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