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I took the liberty of "chunking" the list into sections (in order to
reduce the load on the STC server as well as reduce time to render the
tables in the browser). I am still finding places where I need to tweak
the script and/or the book list, but I think it is in a very usable form,
so I thought I'd pass along the word.