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Stories from Saturday, March 22, 2003

Shoppers skip tribute but support U.S. troops (03/22/03)
Only a few passed through the Court of Honor at Westfield Shoppingtown West Park on Friday morning -- mostly power walkers on their regular route or distracted mothers whose active offspring had to be chased down in the display. But then came Valerie Marler, who walked with purpose into the military tribute area. ...
Area schools deal with lessons of war (03/22/03)
Lesson One: Our area schools are safe, despite the fact that our country is at war and a target of attack. Lesson Two: Students are also being helped through difficult and confusing times, especially those who have families that have been splintered because military parents or other relatives are fighting in the conflict and away from home...
Region and state briefs 3/22/03 (03/22/03)
History professor to lecture March 27 Changes in rural life in Cape Girardeau County will be the topic of the third annual Friend-Bollinger Regional History Lecture at Southeast Missouri State University on Thursday. Dr. Joe Dunn, a professor of history and politics and department chairman at Converse College in Spartanburg, S.C., will lecture at 7:30 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. The event is free and open to the public...
Southeast Missouri State University ready for emergencies (03/22/03)
Emergency programs, procedures and equipment have Southeast Missouri State University public safety officials believing the school is well prepared for any emergency, even terrorism. "We are lucky here," said Doug Richards, director of public safety at Southeast. "We have been upgrading our campus emergency preparedness plan for years."...
Marble Hill drivers injured in wreck near Burfordville (03/22/03)
iSoutheast Missourian Two Marble Hill, Mo., drivers were seriously injured Friday afternoon on Highway UU, about a mile and a half north of Burfordville in Cape Girardeau County. David Collins, 38, was driving his 1989 Chevrolet Camaro southbound when he crossed the center line and struck a 1997 Jeep driven by James Hill, 33, according to the Missouri Highway Patrol...
Jackson arts council plans monthly talent show at park (03/22/03)
Jackson soon will have its own version of the television show "American Idol," albeit a gentler one for those who audition. Auditions will be held next weekend for the BYOC Sunday Showcase to be sponsored by the Jackson Area Arts Council. The showcase will offer residents a chance to show off their performing talents. The monthly talent show will be held at the City Park Band Shell beginning April 27...
Florida man comes home with invention (03/22/03)
Ken Reiker can't stop thinking. Growing up in Cape Girardeau and attending Notre Dame High School, this quirk garnered him a reputation for having his head in the clouds. "The nuns would say, 'Read the next three pages,' and later all the other kids would laugh at me when the nuns caught me daydreaming and being three pages behind."...
Working split shifts (03/22/03)
Working split shifts Area pastors with second jobs watch time carefully while juggling church, work By Beth Lewis ~ Southeast Missourian The life of a bivocational pastor is a juggling act. There's family, church needs plus a 40-hour work week, which sometimes leads to little free time...
Town claims world's biggest ham biscuit (03/22/03)
SMITHFIELD, Va. -- "The Ham Capital of the World" is now the home of the largest ham biscuit ever baked, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The 2,200-pound sandwich was created to commemorate the town of Smithfield's 250th anniversary last Sept. 28...
religion briefs 3/22 (03/22/03)
Benton churches make plans for luncheons BENTON, Mo. -- Churches in the community are again sponsoring Lenten luncheons. The free lunch consisting of a soup and sandwich is served at noon followed by a short devotion. The event is open to people of all faiths and concludes in time for people to return to work by 1 p.m...
religion calendar 3/22 (03/22/03)
Today Beach Party by satellite at The Shed in Cape Girardeau County at 305 Cadmium Lane from 6 to 9 p.m. The satellite link is part of Beachfest with evangelist Luis Palau. The service includes music by Third Day, tobyMac and Mary Mary and Ron Luce speaking. For information, call 204-0724...
Christians in Iraq and its neighbors have long suffered discrim (03/22/03)
Saddam Hussein's Middle East region is home not only to 150 million Muslims but to a minority remnant of 10 million to 12 million Christians. Their heritage extends to the biblical beginnings depicted in the Book of Acts. The new faith quickly spread to Syria, where "the disciples were for the first time called Christians" (Acts 11:26), across present-day Turkey and into Europe and points eastward...
Northwest Airlines to cut 4,900 jobs (03/22/03)
MINNEAPOLIS -- Northwest Airlines said Friday it will cut 4,900 jobs and reduce its flight schedule by 12 percent because of a drop in passenger demand because of the war in Iraq. Northwest said it was making the moves as it idles 20 planes. The airline cited "a drop in passenger demand due to both the threat of and now the commencement of hostilities with Iraq."...
Testimony from suspects sought by Moussaoui (03/22/03)
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Zacarias Moussaoui has asked a federal judge to allow three more terror suspects now in custody to testify at his trial on charges of conspiring to aid the Sept. 11 hijackers. According to court records unsealed Friday, Moussaoui asked U.S. ...
FBI investigates links between suspected terrorist, al-Qaida (03/22/03)
WASHINGTON -- The FBI worked Friday to establish links between a Saudi-born man, suspected of being part of the al-Qaida terror network, and other terror suspects including alleged "dirty bomb" plotter Jose Padilla. Adnan G. El Shukrijumah, 27, lived in South Florida at the same time as Padilla, an American being held in a military brig on charges of being an "enemy combatant." Padilla, a former member of a Chicago street gang and a Muslim convert, is suspected of planning to detonate a "dirty bomb" that would have spewed radiological material into the air.. ...
Jury awards $200,000 in contamination case (03/22/03)
GADSDEN, Ala. -- A jury awarded $200,000 to a woman whose property was contaminated by PCBs from a chemical plant. Solutia Inc. and its corporate predecessor, Monsanto Co., were ordered Thursday to pay Patricia Chupp $99,925 to clean up her land, and $100,000 for her mental anguish. Chupp had sought $800,000...
Senate pares $100 billion from Bush tax cut to pay for Iraq war (03/22/03)
WASHINGTON -- The Republican-run Senate dealt President Bush's $726 billion tax-cutting proposal a surprise blow on Friday by plucking out $100 billion to finance the war with Iraq. An effort to slice the tax plan in half was resoundingly defeated...
Chocolate milk recalled for too-strong vitamins (03/22/03)
WASHINGTON -- An Ohio dairy is recalling 150 half-gallon cartons of Tops Vitality Fat-Free Chocolate Milk because it contains high levels of vitamins A and D. The recalled chocolate milk, packed in half-gallon paper cartons coded "Sell by 27 MAR 03," was sold in Tops Friendly Markets in Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York...
Tobacco farmer ordered held without bond (03/22/03)
WASHINGTON -- The man whose tractor-sitting protest on the National Mall brought Washington traffic to a crawl was found competent to stand trial Friday. Dwight Ware Watson, 50, was ordered to appear Tuesday for a federal hearing. He is being held without bond...
Authorities broaden description of suspected Louisiana serial k (03/22/03)
BATON ROUGE, La. -- Police broadened the description Friday of the serial killer who has slain five Louisiana women over the past 18 months, saying an earlier profile of a white man may be inaccurate. Southern Louisiana residents should "broaden their thinking about this offender and consider that this person could possibly be a dark-complected white male, a man of mixed heritage or a black male," police spokeswoman Cpl. ...
Sept. 11 panel sends invites to first hearing (03/22/03)
WASHINGTON -- Eyewitnesses, lawmakers and relatives of victims are among those invited to speak at the first public hearing of the independent commission on the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The hearing will mark the first public action of the 10-member National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. The commission has held four meetings so far, most recently on Thursday, but all have been private...
CDC says 22 in United States suspected of mystery illness (03/22/03)
ATLANTA -- Nine more people in the United States are suspected of having the mysterious flu-like illness that has sickened hundreds in Asia, the federal government said Friday. A total of 22 people in this country now are suspected of being sickened by severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, said Dr. Julie Gerberding, director of the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention. Eleven suspected U.S. cases were announced by the CDC on Monday and two more were added Wednesday...
Saddam's fate uncertain; officials authenticate video (03/22/03)
WASHINGTON -- U.S. intelligence struggled with fragmentary evidence on the fate of Saddam Hussein Friday, though agreeing that he and not a look-alike had appeared in a video recording aired after an attack on his compound. Some circumstantial, uncorroborated reports suggested the Iraqi president was wounded but had survived the attack early Thursday in Baghdad, said one U.S. official involved in military planning, who spoke on the condition of anonymity...
NASA flagged fuel tank foam as 'special topic' for flight (03/22/03)
WASHINGTON -- Before the shuttle mission preceding Columbia's fateful flight, NASA flagged as a major concern a loss of foam in the same area on fuel tanks where investigators now believe debris broke away and smashed against Columbia's left wing...
Cleanup begins in Camilla after tornado destroys lives, homes (03/22/03)
CAMILLA, Ga. -- Their homes smashed to nothing and many left with only the clothes on their backs, tornado survivors began putting their lives back together Friday. The storm killed six people, injured 200, destroyed up to 100 homes and damaged 50 more when it struck Mitchell and Worth counties in southwest Georgia before dawn Thursday. Five people remained in critical condition...
Some residents say they'll leave tornado-plagued neighborhood (03/22/03)
CAMILLA, Ga. -- Hooch, a mixed-breed Chow, seldom leaves his doghouse after surviving the second tornado in three years to slam a neighborhood residents are calling "tornado alley." Some people have decided to move and avoid tempting fate. Others vow to rebuild and remain in the close-knit neighborhood, where they are surrounded by relatives and lifelong friends...
People talk 03/22/03 (03/22/03)
Crow among headliners for Memphis festival MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- Sheryl Crow, ZZ Top, Jerry Lee Lewis and LL Cool J are among the headliners scheduled for the Beale Street Music Festival. The May 2-4 festival along the Memphis riverfront will feature more than 60 acts, including Willie Nelson, Nappy Roots, Susan Tedeschi and Steve Winwood, promoters said this week...
Allies suffer first casualties as troops advance (03/22/03)
As the United States and Britain pushed into Iraq, the allies also suffered their first casualties. Two U.S. Marines died in combat and another dozen American and British Marines were killed in a helicopter crash that appeared to be accidental. A U.S. Marine was the first to die in action. His company was advancing on a burning oil pump station when he was shot in the stomach, a comrade said. President Bush was informed of the death early Friday and expressed his regrets...
'Shock and awe' strike (03/22/03)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- The United States launched an anticipated, ferocious, around-the-clock aerial assault on military targets in Baghdad and other cities Friday, and invading ground troops penetrated 100 miles into Iraq. The ancient capital's skyline exploded in balls of flame, leaving Saddam Hussein's Old Palace compound and other symbols of his government ablaze...
Witnesses tell of soldiers, militants fighting in Nigeria (03/22/03)
OGBE-IJOH, Nigeria -- Exhausted, hungry villagers fleeing days of fighting in the oil-rich Niger Delta told Friday of Nigerian soldiers and ethnic militants firing indiscriminately, leaving scores dead. The fighting between Ijaw and Itsekiri tribal fighters began March 12 and has since drawn in Nigerian military troops who, witnesses say, have launched retaliatory attacks against Ijaw villages in the swampy region...
Officials- Kenyan coast attack, embassy bombing may be linked (03/22/03)
MOMBASA, Kenya -- Investigators are looking for a young African Islamic teacher they believe was an architect of both the Nov. 28 terrorist attacks on Kenya's Indian Ocean coast and the 1998 U.S. Embassy bombings that killed 224 people, sources say...
U.S, British forces report capture of oil fields (03/22/03)
and Bruce Stanley ~ The Associated Press SOUTHERN IRAQ -- U.S. and British troops have captured many key facilities in Iraq's southern oil fields, saving them from possible sabotage and ensuring their use for the country's postwar reconstruction, senior military officers said Friday...
Afghan rebels fire rockets; U.S. troops sweep for Taliban (03/22/03)
BAGRAM, Afghanistan -- U.S.-led troops shrugged off more than a dozen errant missile attacks by rebels and pressed on with a roundup of possible Taliban fugitives, capturing at least 13 suspects, Army and Afghan officials said Friday. The missiles did not injure the troops, but the scattered attacks Thursday were the highest number of rockets fired on U.S. positions in Afghanistan in at least two months, Col. Roger King said...
World briefs 03/22/03 (03/22/03)
Suspected rebels sink boat carrying fishermen COLOMBO, Sri Lanka -- A suspected Tamil Tiger rebel boat attacked and sank a vessel carrying Chinese fishermen off eastern Sri Lanka, killing 17 people on board, the navy said Friday. The Chinese government said it was "extremely concerned" by the sinking, which appeared to be a case of mistaken identity. ...
Hundreds of Iraqi soldiers surrender in face of onslaught (03/22/03)
and Ellen Knickmeyer ~ The Associated Press SOUTHERN IRAQ -- Hordes of Iraqi soldiers, underfed and overwhelmed, surrendered Friday in the face of a state-of-the-art allied assault. An entire division gave itself up to the advancing allied forces, U.S. military officials said...
Violence marks worldwide protests (03/22/03)
Police clashed with 30,000 anti-war demonstrators Friday outside the U.S. Embassy in Yemen, setting off an exchange of gunfire that killed three people and injured dozens. Similar outrage over the U.S.-led assault on Iraq spilled into streets in cities around the world...
Scientists develop test to diagnose mystery illness (03/22/03)
GENEVA -- Scientists said Friday they believe they have developed a test for diagnosing the mysterious flu-like illness that has sickened hundreds in Asia -- a crucial step in slowing the disease's spread. Officials with the World Health Organization said the test still needs further experimenting, but if successful, it should be in the hands of doctors in a few weeks, and available in key laboratories in about seven days...
East Carter County beats West Platte for Class 2 title (03/22/03)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Brandon Crook scored 20 points and David Reynolds added 19 points and 11 rebounds to lead East Carter County to a 77-51 win against West Platte in the Class 2 boys basketball state championship game Friday. It was East Carter's second state title, the other coming in 1997. Tyler Stahl scored 17 points and Trevor Douglas added 14 for East Carter (23-7), which had a 43-30 rebounding advantage...
Scott City picks a former Ram as its new varsity coach (03/22/03)
Scott City has handed the reins of its high school boys basketball program to a recent alumnus, promoting assistant coach Lance Amick to the head position. Amick, a 1999 graduate of Scott City, served as an assistant coach the past three years, the latter two under Kerry Thompson, who recently resigned to become a principal at the school...
Central swim team opens dual season with a defeat (03/22/03)
Central's girls swimming and diving team won a pair of events Saturday but couldn't match Fort Zumwalt South in a 113-73 loss at the Central Municipal Pool. Central (0-1) won the 100-meter breaststroke when Brett Ford finished in 1 minute, 20.25 seconds. Teammate Katie Maginel was second to Ford and finished second in the 100 butterfly...
After close call, MU ready for Marquette (03/22/03)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Moments after a scare against Southern Illinois, Missouri coach Quin Snyder was shrugging, firm that the Tigers never underestimated the underdog Salukis. "A lot of people didn't think we were going to win this game," he said after Missouri, on Ricky Paulding's free throw with 4.1 seconds left, eked out a 72-71 victory Thursday in a Midwest Regional opener...
Otahkians win big against Winona St. in home finale (03/22/03)
Led by Ashley Godwin's victory in the all-around, Southeast Missouri State University's gymnastics team breezed past Winona State University in a dual meet Friday night at Houck Field House. Southeast posted a 193.375 total in its final home event this season. Winona State finished at 180.375...
Stars ready to sparkle in women's first round (03/22/03)
Jocelyn Penn is healthy and rarin' to go, Diana Taurasi is hurting and so is her team's pride. And Kara Lawson? The Tennessee senior is settling in for a comfy two-week stay at home that could send the Lady Vols to the Final Four for the 14th time in 22 years...
Mize finds his niche (along with success) in multiple sports (03/22/03)
It's not a normal day when someone bowls a 300. It's even more unusual when someone bowls a 300, follows that game with a 299, and then bowls a 267 for the third game. But Rick Mize isn't average when it comes to sports. The bowling feat was only one of his accomplishments in the sporting field. At age 34, Mize has bowled five perfect games, became the Missouri state champion in bass fishing, became the Illinios state champion in bass fishing, and still golfs at a five handicap...
Bristol pole is Newman's second of season (03/22/03)
BRISTOL, Tenn. -- Ryan Newman won his second pole of the season and earned Jeff Gordon's admiration. Newman set a track record Friday by completing a lap around Bristol Motor Speedway at 128.709 mph, eclipsing the mark of 127.216 mph Gordon set a year ago...
Athletes try to keep focus on the games as war rages (03/22/03)
Montreal hockey fans voiced their displeasure over the war in Iraq by booing the U.S. national anthem, while many athletes and coaches said the military action made their pursuits seem almost trivial by comparison. Before the New York Islanders played the Canadiens on Thursday night, the crowd was asked to "show your support and respect for two great nations" before the anthems. But a significant portion of the crowd booed throughout "The Star-Spangled Banner."...
Cardinals, Dodgers play to a tie (03/22/03)
VERO BEACH, Fla. -- Matt Morris allowed three runs in six innings and hit an RBI single off Hideo Nomo as the Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers played a 4-4, 10-inning tie Friday. Nomo gave up two runs in five innings a day after being selected to start the Dodgers' season-opener March 31 at Arizona. He'll pitch against four-time defending NL Cy Young Award winner Randy Johnson...
Rolen embraces calm spring with Cardinals (03/22/03)
JUPITER, Fla. -- After all the turmoil of the last two seasons, Scott Rolen appreciates the calm more than ever. All of the focus is on baseball this spring for the Cardinals' third baseman. Not on the day's clubhouse sniping or the incessant trade rumors...
Bumping part of the equation around Bristol (03/22/03)
BRISTOL, Tenn. -- A bump here, a nudge there. It's all just part of racing, especially at Bristol Motor Speedway. Kurt Busch moved Jimmy Spencer out of his way to earn his first career victory here last year. Jeff Gordon used a bump-and-run on Rusty Wallace to win the August race...
Kim helps lead Montreal in a preseason shutout (03/22/03)
VIERA, Fla. -- Sonny Kim pitched five innings, combining with three relievers on a six-hitter to lead the Montreal Expos over the Cardinals 4-0 Saturday. Kim struggled with his control, allowing four hits and walking one, but worked out of a bases-loaded jam in the second and two-on situation in the third...
Five from area try to make a mark in indoor league (03/22/03)
The Show Me Believers of St. Charles, Mo., began their first season in the National Indoor Football League Friday night -- and with a distinct local flavor. Three Believers are graduates of area high schools, another is a former Southeast Missouri State University player, and yet another is an ex-Southeast assistant coach...
War is war, so don't compare it to a sport (03/22/03)
A few days ago, after President George W. Bush gave his final ultimatum to Saddam Hussein, MSNBC began broadcasting a countdown clock. It was small but it was always there, during every report, during every newscast, a silent reminder to set your VCRs, make sure you didn't miss it, must-see TV, the countdown to war. You could flip on the tube and know it right away: only 4:42:03 until "time's up" for Saddam. It was, to bend a sports term, a true shot clock...
FanFare 3/22/03 (03/22/03)
Briefly Baseball
  • Mets catcher Mike Piazza had the players' association appeal his five-game suspension Friday, a move that likely makes him available for New York's opener against the Cubs on March 31. Because of the appeal, no discipline can be imposed until after a hearing before Bob DuPuy, baseball's chief operating officer...
  • Charles Woolf (03/22/03)
    BENTON, Mo. -- Charles Stevens Woolf, 88, of Benton died Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at Sikeston Convalescent Center in Sikeston, Mo. He was born April 30, 1914, in Tolu, Ky., son of John Thomas and Myra Tom Stevens Woolf. He and Nelma Louise Fuller were married April 14, 1934, in Elizabethtown, Ill. She died April 14, 1982...
    William Adams (03/22/03)
    PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- William R. Adams, 80, of Perryville died Friday, March 21, 2003, at his home. He was born July 23, 1922, at Perryville, the son of William E. and Zeba Marie Preston Adams. He married Ida P. Guyott on June 10, 1945. She died Feb. 17, 2002...
    Rev. Harold Henderson (03/22/03)
    The Rev. Harold William Henderson, 83, of Missouri Veterans Home died Thursday, March 20, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Dec. 4, 1919, at Bismarck, Mo., son of George W. and Kathryn McCoy Henderson. He and Betty Taylor were married Aug. 28, 1938, in Flat River, Mo. He died Dec. 6, 2003...
    Births 3/22/03 (03/22/03)
    Hays Adopted daughter to Daryl and Kimberly Hays of St. Louis, born Wednesday, March 5, 2003. Name, Sarah Nichole. Weight, 5 pounds 9 ounces. Second child, first daughter. Mrs. Hays is the former Kimberly Hopkins, daughter of Loral and Barbara Hopkins of Millersville. Hays is the son of Dorlas "Buck" and Joyce Hays of Jackson. He is a project engineer with Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis. ...
    Police report 3/22/03 (03/22/03)
    Cape Girardeau Saturday, March 22 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests David A. Tingle II, 25, of 257 Capaha Trail, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia and operating an unlicensed vehicle...
    Sheriff report 3/22/03 (03/22/03)
    Cape Girardeau County Saturday, March 22 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau County Sheriff's Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI Anthony M. Best, 26, of Perryville, Mo., was arrested March 14 on suspicion of driving while intoxicated...
    Fire report 3/22/03 (03/22/03)
    Cape Girardeau Saturday, March 22 Firefighters responded Thursday to the following items: At 5:42 p.m., emergency medical service at 1524 Hill. At 5:44 p.m., alarm sounding at 1701 Lacey. At 6:12 p.m., smell of smoke at 3208 Themis. At 6:13 p.m., smoke ventillation at 1400 Perryville...
    Out of the past 3/22/03 (03/22/03)
    10 years ago: March 22, 1993 Bendway weirs, new concept in channel maintenance on Mississippi River between St. Louis and Cairo, Ill., is paying off in saving tax dollars and time and money to barge and towing industry, says Corps of Engineers official who was involved in design of concept; Rob Davinroy, hydraulics engineer with St. Louis District Office of Corps of Engineers, says new concept is saving money in dredging costs and making river safer and more economical for barge traffic...
    A story with a truly happy ending (03/22/03)
    Under the specter of war, with the economy in a tailspin and as our terrorist threat level was raised to orange, dropped to yellow and then boosted again, one news story shone through to amaze and uplift us. Elizabeth Smart, taken from her family's home in Salt Lake City nine months ago, was home again...
    TIF plan now up to commission, council (03/22/03)
    Faced with enormous pressure on both sides -- the city's pro-development contingent on one and the anti-tax break contingent on the other -- the Cape Girardeau School Board did what was right regarding a proposal to use tax increment financing (TIF) for a Cape Girardeau housing development...
    School candidates slated Monday at Jackson forum (03/22/03)
    To the editor: I would like to invite the taxpayers of the Jackson School District to the Meet the Candidate Forum at 7 p.m. Monday in the high school auditorium across from the high school gym. The event is sponsored by the Jacksonian Charter Chapter of the American Business Women's Association...
    Let's never forget those who fought for our freedoms (03/22/03)
    To the editor: Now that we are at war in Iraq, will we finally think of the price of freedom? I'm a free individual because my grandfather, who had just immigrated from Ireland got his citizenship and asked to fight for his new country in World War II. He was decorated for his bravery at Normandy. He was truly lucky that he survived the horror of that conflict...
    Taxpayers waiting for Prestwick to withdraw plan (03/22/03)
    To the editor: The Cape Girardeau School Board has expressed its concerns about the proposed tax-increment financing for the Prestwick development with a resounding no. The school board spent many hours going over the Prestwick plan and found out it was not in the best interest of the citizens of Cape Girardeau. Truly, the school board was following the guidelines of being good stewards of the taxpayers' funds...
    Speak Out A 03/22/03 (03/22/03)
    Bigger concerns I HAD tears in my eyes when I read that city employees may not have a Christmas party. Please give me a break. There are people and children out there without homes or food. The government spends millions on a war that hasn't happened yet and millions on a federal building without our approval. Do you honestly think we care about a Christmas party?...
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