Binary and Millisecond Pulsars6 Summary and Future Prospects

7 Acknowledgments 

It is a pleasure to thank Michael Kramer and Jiannis Seiradakis for their comments on earlier incantations of this review. Also thanks to a number of colleagues who have kindly gave permission to use a selection of figures in this article. Michael Kramer provided the magnificent animation of the rotating neutron star presented in Fig.  1 . Fig.  14, based on unpublished timing observations carried out at Jodrell Bank, was supplied by Andrew Lyne. Vicky Kaspi provided the millisecond pulsar timing residuals and comparison of their timing stabilities shown in Figs.  16 and 15 respectively. Frequent use was made of NASA's excellent Astrophysics Data System [13] during the literature searches.

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