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The presence of two quasars symmetrically displaced from the nucleus of the galaxy NGC 4258 (Pietsch et al. 1994) has given rise to some speculation that they might have some dynamical connection with the high-velocity maser emission seen in the nucleus (Burbidge 1996; Ozernoy 1996). The case that the masers define a simple Keplerian disk is very compelling; nonetheless, it is instructive to investigate whether any other dynamical models could fit the available data.The evidence that the masersdoi:10.1017/s0252921100040574 fatcat:a64jkoxz2vbctjizj2lwsr4f4y