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a) vsini is compared for stars in common to previous and the present work or with both CES and FEROS measurements available (see legend for details). The results mostly agree with differences below 5   km   s-1. The few outliers are labelled and discussed in the text. Residuals are calculated following the scheme this work – previous work and CES – FEROS. Arrows to the bottom mark upper limits to measurements obtained in the present work or CES measurements of the present work. Arrows to the left denote upper limits to values from previous work or FEROS measurements of the present work. The grey area encompasses all residuals with amounts of less than 5   km   s-1. The vertical lines indicate the resolution limits of CES (solid) and FEROS (dashed). b) Similar to a), is compared for stars in common with previous studies or with both CES and FEROS measurements available. The grey area harbours all residuals with amounts of less than 0.10. Objects with larger deviations are discussed in the text.

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