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This is a review of the progress of ESO/WFI Imaging and VLT/FLAMES spectroscopy of large numbers of individual stars in nearby dwarf spheroidal galaxies primarily by the Dwarf Abundances and Radial-velocities Team (DART). These observations have allowed us to show that neither the kinematics nor the abundance nor the spatial distributions are easy to explain in a straight forward manner for these smallest galaxies. The main result is that dwarf galaxies show complex and highly specificdoi:10.1017/s1743921307008162 fatcat:hhhnjwtbzvhrdlrf5zgfykwngi