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Acknowledgments

The author would like to thank Prof. M. P. Shaskolskaya, Dr. N. V. Perelomova and Dr. M. M. Tagieva for useful advice and valuable discussions. Further he thanks his colleagues for reading the manuscript and helpful comments.

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