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We are using the LGPL version of Qt 4.8 for some components of our MIT-licensed desktop software (https://appleseedhq.net/).

In my Qt 4.8.7 distribution, I see at least the following license files:

.LICENSE-ALLOS
.LICENSE-ALLOS-US
.LICENSE-DESKTOP
.LICENSE-DESKTOP-US
.LICENSE-EMBEDDED
.LICENSE-EMBEDDED-US
.LICENSE-EVALUATION
.LICENSE-EVALUATION-US
LGPL_EXCEPTION.txt
LICENSE.FDL
LICENSE.GPL3
LICENSE.LGPL
LICENSE.LGPLv21
LICENSE.LGPLv3

My understanding is that we must include the full license text of all third party dependencies on which our software relies; this includes Qt.

Which file(s) from this list do we need to include in our program's documentation?

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