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Using Powershell to create lookup columns in Sharepoint 2010

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I am creating multiple sites for our projects using a template. Unfortunately not everything can be a part of a template including lookup columns (that point to lists within that new site only). I dont know much about Powershell but I would guess it should be possible to automate it that way. Can somebody provide me with a script template and instructions?
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Is this the same if a column is a part of a site template?
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