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Acknowledgements

I am very grateful to Mark Baildon for his useful and constructive comments and suggestions. Thanks to Phay Fun for redrawing the Map and also thanks to a very enthusiastic student group of AAG 242 (2014-15).

Footnote/Endnote

The corresponding map has been redrawn based on maps from onemap.sg source.

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