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Outlook 2007 Deleted Distribution List

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I accidently deleted a long distribution list in my Contacts of Outlook 2007.

There is no more .pab file in 2007 to restore the list from.  I have tried restoring several .pst files from a week or so early in which the list is present but after opening any of those files, the list is still not there, meaning the contacts are in a different location.  

Can anyone give me a clue as to how I can restore the Distribution List in Outlook 2007?
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