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While you're tucking into the last of the turkey and mince pies, spare a thought for those who are less fortunate than yourselves - nurses, railtrack employees and the Vulture Central competitions department.

More than 7000 of you entered our big Xmas draw. This enormous response meant that several Reg staff spent the whole of Christmas writing names onto small pieces of paper and putting them into a very big hat.

The job done, they have now returned to the bosom of their families, secure in the knowledge that the following lucky readers will have something to celebrate in 2001:

Jason Abbott - Register baseball cap
Frank Alviani - The Code Book
Jonathan Andrew - Pentium 4 t-shirt
Mads Bach - Intel Bunny
Peter Badovinatz - Intel Bunny
Martin Baldwin - Fujitsu-Siemens jacket
Daniel Bambach - Intel Bunny
Ralph Bearpark - Intel Bunny
Stu Birchall - The Code Book
Lee Bohan - Intel Bunny
Steven Bonera - Show us the Money t-shirt
Marcus Brodeur - The Code Book
Chris Caley - Intel Bunny
Nicholas Clark - Intel Bunny
Ross Crawford - 700 Duron
Benjamin Davies - 900 Athlon
Stephen Duffy - Intel Bunny
Philip East - The Code Book
Dave Edwards - The Code Book
Oliver Elphick - The Code Book
Dave Ewen - Intel microscope
Peter Fletcher - The Code Book
Ricardo Fortunato - Show us the Money t-shirt
Harry Foster - Register baseball cap
Patrice Frey - Intel Bunny
Alma Garcia - Intel Bunny
Murray Gibbins - Netscape denim jacket
John Grace - The Code Book
Pete Gregory - Jabra mobile headset
Hans Peter Grøndal - The Code Book
Oscar Gunther - 800 MHz Pentium III
Brian Haskell - AMD t-shirt
Rasmus Hochreuter - AMD t-shirt
Terry Horner - The Code Book
Michael Hudgell - Jabra mobile headset
Michael Hughes - AMD t-shirt
Larry Huston - AMD t-shirt
Philip Johnson - Intel Bunny
Richard Jones - Intel Bunny
Steve Jones - AMD t-shirt
Richard Keane - Jabra mobile headset
Donald Lewis - Intel Bunny
Rob Mawer - Register baseball cap
Karl McAuley - Fujitsu-Siemens jacket
Ross McCulloch - Intel Bunny
Adrian Moulder - Register baseball cap
Jari Mustonen - Intel Bunny
Stefan Nesbitt - The Code Book
Stuart Noble - Tivola Webmaster
Dan O'Neill - AMD t-shirt
Christopher Parvin - The Code Book
Bill Phillips - Intel Bunny
Bill Phillips (no relation) - Register baseball cap
Jim Pike - Show us the Money t-shirt
Gene Platt - Jabra mobile headset
Iain Pybus - AMD t-shirt
Gareth Rampton - AMD t-shirt
Gus Reid - Fujitsu-Siemens jacket
David Roberts - The Code Book
Clive Robertson - Intel Bunny
Ruairi Roddy - Show us the Money t-shirt
Chad Rogers - The Code Book
Nick Ryan - Pentium 4 t-shirt
Jason Sallee - Intel Bunny
Chris Shigley - The Code Book
Jerome Shih - Show us the Money t-shirt
Daniel Shirk - Intel Bunny
Owen Sweeney - 700 Duron
Andrew Tait - Fujitsu-Siemens jacket
Roger Talbot - Jabra mobile headset
Jay Tarbox - Fujitsu-Siemens jacket
Jonathan Teer - Intel Bunny
Greg Teiber - AMD t-shirt
Don Town - Intel Bunny
Chris Twigg - 900 Athlon
Nick Viner - Intel Bunny
Michael Wells - Intel Bunny
Mike Whitty - Intel Bunny
Haydn Young - AMD t-shirt

Congratulations one and all. We'll be in touch soon for some addresses. Thanks to everyone who entered and to our prizegivers. If you missed out his time around, we'll be having an even bigger Reg seventh birthday prizeathon in the new year. Have a happy and prosperous 2001. ®

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