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Can't Re-create my Twitter account

I deleted my Twitter account and attempted to re-create a new one. It keeps saying my username and email are already taken. What do I do, and how can I contact them (no link for questions and no phone number on their site)?

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Go to the Twitter login page and login to your old Twitter account. It may re-activate it. Just click on 'Sign In' at the top of the page. http://twitter.com/

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To deactivate your account:
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  3. Click 'deactivate my account' at the bottom of the page (shown below).
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To free up your username or email address before deactivating your account:
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