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Fig. 7.


Lithium abundances as a function of V0 relative to the predicted VRGB bump (Ferraro et al. 1999), for Sculptor and Milky Way bulge giants (same symbols as in Fig. 6). The typical detection limit of our FLAMES sample, A(Li)LTE = 0.5, is shown with a blue line, and upper limits for non-detections lie in the shaded region. The globular cluster NGC 6397 is also shown with small green squares (Lind et al. 2009b). The primordial Li abundance is shown with a grey dashed line (Coc et al. 2012).

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