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I. This is an agreement between Tester and Photron USA, Inc.(PhUS) in which Tester agrees to evaluate a software program known as O-gi(Program). Photron USA, Inc.(PhUS) grants to you a non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, license to use this O-gi(Program) in binary executable form for evaluation and trial use purposes only. You agree not to redistribute the software in any form.
II. This program is provided gratuitously, accordingly PhUS shall not be liable under any theory or damages suffered by you or any user of the program. PhUS will not support this program and will not issue updates to this program.
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