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Your best hope is from the one you've erased if you haven't done anything else with it since. Any good data-recovery utility should be able to put you back to rights. I'm lucky that I always have two backups so I don't have to worry about this, but I've heard Data Rescue 3 is a good choice. I think they will let you run it and see what CAN be recovered before you pay for it.
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