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World briefs 13A (05/18/03)
Blair, Brown deny they're at odds over the euro LONDON -- Prime Minister Tony Blair and treasury chief Gordon Brown denied they were at loggerheads about whether Britain should adopt the new European currency, the euro. Faced with widespread British media reports to that effect, Blair and Brown, the chancellor of the exchequer, took the unusual step of denying them in a joint statement on Friday...
Thomas Rendleman (05/18/03)
Thomas Rendleman, 92, of Bell City, Mo., died Saturday, May 17, 2003, at his home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Morgan Funeral Home in Advance, Mo.
Small-time wrestlers try to live life large in the ring (05/18/03)
At 6-foot-3-inches about 230 pounds, Sandman is an intimidating figure. Now 40, he's the first to admit he's living out his childhood dream and making a boatload of money doing it. Sandman, of Extreme Championship Wrestling fame, wrestled in Cape Girardeau Saturday night to help promote the Gateway Championship Wrestling company, a St. Louis based minor-league wrestling outfit that is less intimidating and not flush with cash like nationally known organizations...
Joining the crowd (05/18/03)
Jeannie Price craned her neck as the flood of 1,024 Southeast Missouri State University graduates took the floor of the Show Me Center. It was almost impossible to tell one from another at such a distance. But suddenly, there he was, her husband in his silver cap and gown. It had taken six years for James Price to earn his associate of applied science degree in computer technology, and his wife, 12-year-old son and parents couldn't have beamed more happily...
State House changes little in its new era (05/18/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- For all the talk of a new era with Republicans in charge and a massive cadre of rookie lawmakers in office, in some respects the Missouri House of Representatives changed very little. Just as it always has, the majority usually gets its way...
Pierce City takes rebuilding break to mark town's birth (05/18/03)
PIERCE CITY, Mo. -- Residents were looking to the future as much as the past Saturday night as their tornado-ravaged town celebrated its 133rd birthday. The party turned into a pep talk as about 70 people -- many weary from clearing tornado debris -- gathered at the Harold Bell Wright Museum in Pierce City to eat cake and reminisce...
Sikeston cafe earns top spot in Travel Channel search (05/18/03)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- When the Travel Channel went in search of "places to pig out," they found the nation's favorite trough is Lambert's Cafe. The Sikeston-Miner's "Home of Throwed Rolls" earned the No. 1 spot in the Travel Channel's feature "Top Ten Places to Pig Out." The show is scheduled to run at 7 p.m. today on the Travel Channel...
Auction could spread plantation's collection across the country (05/18/03)
NEW ORLEANS -- The late George Crozat spent much of his life preserving colonial Louisiana craftsmanship in a stately column- and gallery-adorned antebellum plantation home along the Mississippi River. Those who appreciate Louisiana's distinctive material culture adored him for it, and now seem almost heartbroken by an auction this weekend that could widely disperse the trove of armoires, tables, bureaus, canopy beds, desks, upholstered chairs and other colonial furniture...
Lawsuit points finger at lumber companies (05/18/03)
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Five U.S. Forest Service whistleblowers who claim their timber theft unit was abolished to protect lumber companies from prosecutions will make their case at a hearing in June. A federal administrative law judgewill hear the case, in which the former timber theft unit members charge that their 16-member division was abolished in 1995 after they began investigating alleged Forest Service cover-ups of corporate timber theft...
Thieves stealing millions in trees (05/18/03)
OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST, Wash. -- Daniel Hughes loves stealing trees. He loves the pungent mix of blue chain saw exhaust and spicy fresh wood. He loves the loud snaps that resonate from a Western red cedar as it teeters. He loves slip-sliding on the forest floor in his spiked boots, hauling cedar to his pickup truck in the Olympia National Forest...
People talk 051803 (05/18/03)
Magazine sued for use of unauthorized photos LONDON -- Catherine Zeta-Jones and her husband, Michael Douglas, will begin the second round of their court battle in July against a magazine that printed unauthorized photos of their wedding. High Court Judge John Lindsay said Friday that a hearing will begin on July 16 to determine the level of damages to be awarded to the couple...
Arkansas picks up after flooding, wind damage (05/18/03)
LITTLE ROCK -- Rivers swollen by overnight storms flooded fields and county roads Saturday, hindering efforts to restore electricity to homes and businesses. At least two traffic deaths were blamed on the rain and heavy wind that started Friday and continued into early Saturday...
Israeli, Palestinian leaders meet at summit (05/18/03)
The Israeli and Palestinian prime ministers failed Saturday to narrow sharp differences over a U.S.-backed peace plan in a three-hour summit -- the first since fighting erupted nearly three years ago -- that was overshadowed by violence. In Palestinian attacks in the West Bank, a suicide bomber killed an Israeli man and his pregnant wife in the city of Hebron. Two gunmen later tried to enter the Jewish settlement of Shaarei Tikvah but were killed at the perimeter fence...
Colombian man accused of kidnapping Americans extradited to Un (05/18/03)
BOGOTA, Colombia -- A Colombian man wanted in the kidnapping of numerous Americans was extradited to the United States on Saturday. Gerardo Herrera left Bogota Saturday morning on an FBI plane, an official for Colombia's judicial police told The Associated Press...
Vatican cardinal acknowledges pope has Parkinson's disease (05/18/03)
VATICAN CITY -- A top Vatican official acknowledged Saturday what many observers have long suspected -- that Pope John Paul II suffers from Parkinson's disease. He said the pontiff's prayers helped him cope with the degenerative neurological disorder...
Death toll climbs to 41 in Moroccan suicide bombings (05/18/03)
CASABLANCA, Morocco -- Moroccan investigators rounded up Islamic militants Saturday for questioning in the series of suicide bombings that killed 28 people in strikes against Jewish and Spanish targets in the heart of Casablanca, an official said. The Interior Ministry official said investigators were focusing on whether the attackers were linked to Salafia Jihadia, an extremist group suspected of ties to Osama bin Laden's al-Qaida network. ...
Bones unearthed in central Iraq linked to missing Kuwaitis (05/18/03)
HABANIYAH, Iraq -- Searchers at an Iraqi military firing range have unearthed human bones and articles of clothing they say belong to a mass grave of people executed in the 1990s. The Iraqi National Congress, a former opposition group, asserted that the bones belonged to Kuwaitis captured during the 1991 Gulf War. Group members said a truck driver told them he witnessed the killings, but there was no physical evidence at the site to corroborate the claim...
U.S. military trying to restore Iraq security (05/18/03)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Senior U.S. military officials acknowledged on Saturday they have encountered unexpected obstacles to restoring security in Baghdad, including the dilemma of who should be in custody and who shouldn't. Six weeks after the fall of Baghdad, the city of 5 million remains a dangerous place where looters and criminal gangs roam freely...
Spread of SARS coming to an end (05/18/03)
The majority of the SARS outbreaks around the world are coming to an end, the World Health Organization said Saturday as officials expressed "great hope" that measures to control the spread of the disease were working. Difficult struggles remain in mainland China, but the epidemic there, although large, is no more complex than it is in other countries and the government is making great strides, said Mike Ryan, WHO's coordinator of the global effort to stop the severe acute respiratory syndrome virus.. ...
Attacks will change business methods in Saudi Arabia (05/18/03)
JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia -- Fearful of new bombings, foreigners kept off the streets in this western Saudi Arabian city Saturday, and the kingdom's ruler vowed that terrorists would not be tolerated. Saudi Arabia will "will never allow any faction of deviated terrorists to harm the country and undermine the safety of its citizens and residents," King Fahd said in his first public comments on the Riyadh attacks that killed 34 people, including eight Americans, Monday...
Central, Sikeston take favored roles into districts (05/18/03)
The game is still baseball, but this time, there's no "One, two, three strikes, you're out." This is district baseball. One loss and you're out. Teams begin their quest in all four classes Monday when district tournaments open around the state...
Indians win twice to close regular season (05/18/03)
MURRAY, Ky. -- Southeast Missouri State University put an exclamation point on a fourth consecutive 30-win season by sweeping Saturday's doubleheader from host Murray State. The Indians romped 10-4 and 6-0 in a pair of seven-inning games. They outscored the Thoroughbreds 29-12 to sweep the three-game series that marks the end of the regular season for both squads...
Lobbying under way as Miami considers move (05/18/03)
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. -- Using a blend of guilt, flattery and financial inducements, leaders in the Big East Conference opened their annual meetings Saturday and began the push to keep Miami in the league. Atlantic Coast Conference presidents voted Friday to begin discussions with Big East members Miami, Boston College and Syracuse about joining their nine-team league...
Austin Peay wraps up title, top seed (05/18/03)
Austin Peay won the Ohio Valley Conference regular-season baseball title and earned the top seed for this week's OVC Tournament by rallying past host Tennessee Tech 10-5 in 10 innings Saturday. The Governors trailed 5-3 entering the ninth inning but they scored twice to force extra innings, then exploded with a five-run 10th...
Nowitzki's big night is Mavs' second-round series clincher (05/18/03)
DALLAS -- The "Big D" isn't just a nickname for Dallas anymore. That moniker belongs to Dirk Nowitzki, too, after his best game of the second round pushed the Mavericks into the Western Conference finals. Nowitzki had a big game Saturday night with 30 points, 19 rebounds and a super-timely 3-pointer -- one of 11 by the Mavericks -- and Dallas defeated the Sacramento Kings 112-99 in Game 7 of the conference semifinal series...
Devils one win from Stanley Cup shot (05/18/03)
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Everyone saw Jay Pandolfo's shot go in the net this time, and Jeff Friesen's winner, too. Now the New Jersey Devils are one win away from another trip to the Stanley Cup finals. Pandolfo scored the tying goal late in the second period and Friesen put New Jersey ahead early in the third, as the Devils remained perfect at home in the playoffs with a 5-2 victory Saturday over the Ottawa Senators...
Cubs take step to end Busch rut (05/18/03)
ST. LOUIS -- The pop was back in Mark Bellhorn's bat when it counted most for the Chicago Cubs. Bellhorn hit his second homer of the season Saturday, connecting off Steve Kline leading off the ninth as the Cubs finished off a big day from starter Mark Prior with a 2-1 victory over the Cardinals...
Funny Cide sweeps past Preakness field (05/18/03)
BALTIMORE -- They might have to make a movie about this horse, too. Especially if Funny Cide wins the Belmont Stakes the way he won the Preakness on Saturday, running away from the field on the turn for home and finishing with a near-record 9 3/4-length victory...
Rams' Williams returns from injury, gets back to work (05/18/03)
ST. LOUIS -- Aeneas Williams was back at work Saturday, and the Rams cornerback couldn't be happier. Williams returned to the playing field this weekend for the first time since he fractured a bone in his left calf Oct. 20 against Seattle. The seven-time Pro Bowl selection saw his most extensive action since the injury during a morning session at the Rams' three-day mini-camp...
Johnson wins big in record Winston (05/18/03)
CONCORD, N.C. -- Jimmie Johnson became a $1 million man Saturday night by racing away to win The Winston and a record cash prize. Johnson took the lead away from teammate Jeff Gordon three laps into the final 20-lap segment, then pulled away to an easy victory over Kurt Busch in NASCAR's annual all-star race...
Leaving the Big East is no loss (05/18/03)
By Greg Cote ~ Miami Herald It would be easier to feel good about the University of Miami's apparent imminent sports switch from the Big East to the Atlantic Coast Conference if not for the sad, lingering note of regret over the pending loss of that great, traditional football rivalry vs. Rutgers...
This week is prime time for Indians to put it all together (05/18/03)
Southeast Missouri State University's baseball Indians are understandably disappointed that they were not able to repeat as Ohio Valley Conference regular-season champions. The Indians made quite a late run by winning nine of their last 10 OVC contests and sweeping a three-game series at Murray State over the weekend. But they fell just short, finishing one-half game out of the top spot...
FanSpeak 5/18/03 (05/18/03)
Bad women's movement THOSE LIBERATED feminists who want to compete with men, let's see them in professional football. Let's see them in Major League Baseball. Let's see them on the front lines at war. They are a disgrace to all women with their liberated actions. ...
FanFare 5/18/03 (05/18/03)
Briefly Baseball
  • Mets catcher Mike Piazza has a severe right groin strain and will spend a "significant" amount of time on the disabled list. An MRI performed Saturday revealed the severity of the injury. Piazza hurt himself Friday injury trying to avoid an inside pitch from San Francisco's Jason Schmidt...
  • FanFare 5/18/03 (05/18/03)
    Briefly Baseball
  • Mets catcher Mike Piazza has a severe right groin strain and will spend a "significant" amount of time on the disabled list. An MRI performed Saturday revealed the severity of the injury. Piazza hurt himself Friday injury trying to avoid an inside pitch from San Francisco's Jason Schmidt...
  • Mullet over? (05/18/03)
    It's often described as business in the front, party in the back. British pop star David Bowie wore it across three decades, but most Americans didn't take notice until country king Billy Ray Cyrus released the smash "Achy Breaky Heart" in 1992. The lead character in 2001's "Joe Dirt" sported one practically from birth...
    Midwest Mediterranean House built in Mediterranean style sits o (05/18/03)
    The saying goes: "When in Rome, do as the Romans do," but sometimes it pays to bring a little bit of the culture back home. And that's what the builders did with the house at 171 Kenco Drive near Fruitland, Mo. An open house will be from 3 to 5 p.m. today...
    Magical power of books (05/18/03)
    My books! My precious books. I would like to hug every one of them and once again thank all the authors and publishers for their life-enhancing qualities and the ability they have given me, through character identification, to live life on multiple levels...
    Dog's diet can cause stones (05/18/03)
    jkoch By Dr. John Koch Question: I stopped by my veterinarian's office the other day to pick up some medication and saw something I could not believe. The doctor was sitting next to a lady in the waiting room whose dog apparently just had surgery. ...
    Dad gets fan mail from fifth graders (05/18/03)
    It's not easy standing before a class of fifth graders trying to explain the joys of journalism. They're not sure about this news thing. I mean, it's not a video game. But, nevertheless, there I was trying to explain my chosen profession to fifth graders at the Cape Girardeau Middle School. Not only did I have to explain it once, I had to explain it to three classes in a row, including daughter Becca's class...
    Networks get grip on reality shows (05/18/03)
    NEW YORK -- Three months ago, it seemed reality had changed the television world forever. Now, it's a dirty word. TV executives nearly trampled each other distancing themselves from the genre as ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox, UPN and the WB revealed their fall schedules to advertisers last week...
    Marilyn Kaufman (05/18/03)
    Marilyn Kaufman, 42, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, May 17, 2003, at her home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete at Ford & Sons Funeral Home.
    Florence Richter (05/18/03)
    UNIONTOWN, Mo. -- Florence Irene Richter, 82, of Uniontown died Saturday, May 17, 2003, at Perry County Memorial Hospital. She was born Feb. 23, 1921, at Uniontown, daughter of Theodore P. and Margaretha Wittscheiben Mueller. She and Hilmar Walter "Mim" Richter were married April 26, 1942. He died June 21, 1997...
    Kim Pickett (05/18/03)
    MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Kim Dawn Pickett, 41, of Marble Hill died Friday, May 16, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center. She was born Jan. 2, 1962, at Cape Girardeau, daughter of the Rev. Buford Rhodes and Brenda Joiner Russell. Survivors include her parents; a son, Andrew Barney Rhodes; two daughters, Tiffany Leeann Rhodes and Ashley Nichole Pickett, all of Marble Hill; two sisters, her twin, Kathy Massey of Marble Hill, and Lunda Morris of Fredericktown, Mo.; a maternal grandmother, Charlene Davis of Patton, Mo.; and a grandson.. ...
    Colleen Platt (05/18/03)
    Colleen S. Platt, 76, of Jackson passed away Friday, May 16, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Friends may call between 4-6 p.m. Sunday, May 18, at the McCombs Funeral Home in Jackson. Funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Monday, May 19 at the funeral home, followed by interment in Russell Heights Cemetery in Jackson. The Rev. John Rice will officiate...
    Ella Karraker (05/18/03)
    Ella LaDon "Sally" Karraker, 75, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, May 17, 2003, at Ratcliff Care Center. She was born Oct. 5, 1927, at Ancell, Mo., daughter of Otto Summers and Ella Young. She and Frank L. Bles were married Nov. 7, 1942; he died July 30, 1964. She and Donovan Engelage were married June 5, 1972; he died June 13, 1984. She and Herbert Karraker were married June 14, 1986; he died Jan. 8, 1994...
    Bob McCord (05/18/03)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- Robert Allen McCord, 78, of Sikeston died Saturday, May 17, 2003, at his home. He was born Oct. 5, 1924, at Sikeston, son of Robert Allen and Gertrude Glascock McCord Sr. He and Amy I. Wilkinson were married Sept. 3, 1947, at Sikeston...
    Williams-Potillo (05/18/03)
    Tiffany Williams and Michael Potillo were married Dec. 28, 2002, at Dorthae Pentecostal Church in Corbin, Ky. The Rev. Billy Evans performed the ceremony. Vocalists were Mark Felts and Crystal Boggs of Kentucky. Parents of the bride are Bill and Theressa Williams of Corbin. The groom is the son of Melvin and Joyce Potillo of Jackson...
    Ingram-Baker (05/18/03)
    Shawnee Hills Baptist Church in Jackson was the setting April 19, 2003, for the wedding of Penny Lee Ann Ingram and Michael Darrin Baker. The Rev. Ray Epps performed the ceremony. Pianist was Christi Guilliams of Jackson. The former Miss Ingram is the daughter of Ann Ingram of Oran, Mo., and the late Jim Ingram. The groom is the son of Mike and Joyce Baker of Jackson, and Sharon and Mickey Hamilton of Palm Springs, Calif...
    Wedemeyer-Balsamo (05/18/03)
    Ann Alexander Wedemeyer and Charles Anthony Balsamo exchanged vows May 9, 2003, at Piper Palm House at Tower Grove Park in St. Louis. The Rev. Steven Lawler performed the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley D. Wedemeyer of St. Louis. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. S. Charles Balsamo of Cape Girardeau...
    Bailey-Crowe (05/18/03)
    Tammie Leigh Bailey and Matthew David Crowe exchanged vows March 22, 2003, at Grace Fellowship Church in Marble Hill, Mo. Rick Owsley performed the ceremony. Soloist was Lindsey Whitehouse of Marble Hill. The bride is the daughter of Rick and Robby Bailey of Millersville. The groom is the son of Randy and Carol Crowe of Owensville, Mo...
    Stevenson-Hequembourg (05/18/03)
    Burt and Reba Heller of Kennett, Mo., Mike and Judy Stevenson of Doniphan, Mo., and Don and LaDonna Hequembourg of East Prairie, Mo., announce the engagement of their children, Manda Elizabeth Stevenson and Scott Joseph Hequembourg of Cape Girardeau...
    Heise-Crader (05/18/03)
    Tom and LaWanna Heise of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Erin Kristine Heise, to Scott Alexander Crader, son of Stan and Debbie Crader of Jackson. Heise is a graduate of Jackson High School, and attended Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed at Healing Arts Pharmacy in Cape Girardeau...
    Keller-Wilson (05/18/03)
    Ronald Keller of Cape Girardeau announces the engagement of his daughter, Amber V. Keller, to D. Aaron Wilson. He is the son of Donald Wilson of Wardell, Mo., and Rachel Webb of Caruthersville, Mo. Keller is also the daughter of the late Vicky Keller...
    McLain- Rowland (05/18/03)
    George McLain and Jean Ann McLain of Cape Girardeau announce the engagement of their daughter, Monica Ann McLain, to Travis Lee Rowland. He is the son of James Rowland and Sharon Rowland of Cape Girardeau. McLain is a 1998 graduate of Central High School. She is a massage therapist at Select-A-Style Salon in Jackson...
    Carlton-Brown (05/18/03)
    Roger and Debbie Carlton of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Michelle Ann Carlton, to Gary Lee Brown. He is the son of Jeff and Karen Roth and Scott and Melanie Brown, all of Jackson. Carlton is a 2000 graduate of Jackson High School, and is attending Southeast Missouri State University. She is employed at Van Weelden Insurance...
    Hampton-Hillemann (05/18/03)
    CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Chris Hampton and Nancy Hampton of Chaffee announce the engagement of their daughter, Casey Lynn Hampton, to Brandon Scott Hillemann, both of Scott City. He is the son of Ellen Hillemann of Scott City, and the late Jerry Hillemann of Cape Girardeau...
    Green-Barks (05/18/03)
    Rick and Dorothy Green of Whitewater announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Marie Green, to Chad Daniel Barks. He is the son of Dan and Darlene Barks of Cape Girardeau. Green is a graduate of Delta High School and Southeast Missouri State University. She is a teacher with Jackson R-2 School District...
    Gibson-Cansler (05/18/03)
    SIKESTON, Mo. -- Rodney and Emily Gibson of Sikeston announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Marie Gibson, to Grant Carlton Cansler. He is the son of Joel and Debbie Cansler of Kansas City, Mo. Gibson received bachelor degrees in business and Spanish from William Jewell College in 2002, and is attending graduate school at Rockhurst University. She is a solutions analyst at Cerner Corp...
    Morgan-Bohnsack (05/18/03)
    SEDGEWICKVILLE, Mo. -- Fred Morgan and Esther Taylor of Morley, Mo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Renae Jean Morgan, to Samuel Lee Bohnsack, both of Sedgewickville. He is the son of Kenneth and Marsha Bohnsack of Sedgewickville. Morgan is pursuing a degree in licensed practical nursing at Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center in Cape Girardeau. She is employed at Country Gardens in Cape Girardeau...
    Police report 05/18/03 (05/18/03)
    Cape Girardeau Sunday, May 18 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. DWI A suspect was taken into custody Friday pending formal charges for driving while intoxicated and possession of a controlled substance...
    Fire report 05/18/03 (05/18/03)
    Cape Girardeau Sunday, May 18 Firefighters responded to the following items Friday: At 4:48 p.m., a box alarm at 920 Academic Hall. At 6:35 p.m., a medical assist at 1905 Bloomfield. At 7:34 p.m., a box alarm at Towers Complex East. At 8:02 p.m., a medical assist at 40 S. Sprigg...
    Out of the past 5/18/03 (05/18/03)
    10 years ago: May 18, 1992 Proposed $34 million Cape Girardeau budget for 1993-94 fiscal year includes $2.4 million increase in capital improvements and another $1.2 million increase for equipment and changes in city services; city council yesterday gave initial approval to proposed budget, which shows $4.7 million increase over budget for current fiscal year...
    Keeping promises (05/18/03)
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's first Republican General Assembly in half a century this year faced an abysmal economy, a lack of realistic executive direction and the challenge posed by a decade of bad decisions made under one-party control between Missouri's legislature and governor's office...
    Tax cuts likely, but will they be enough? (05/18/03)
    It appears Congress is ready to approve more tax cuts, but far less than President Bush has proposed as a badly needed economic stimulus. Opponents of tax cuts, mostly Democrats, say any more tax cuts will only speed up the increase in federal deficits. Their arguments are hollow. Here's why:...
    Does 'Remember the Alamo' sound familiar? (05/18/03)
    When the going gets tough, where do the tough go? Well, Democratic state representatives, accustomed to bullying their Republican colleagues at the statehouse in Austin forever and a day, don't like the new Republican majority. So a bunch of the Democrats left town. Make that left the state...
    Speak Out A 05/18/03 (05/18/03)
    Shorter class periods I DON'T understand why the Jackson Middle School is deciding to go to an eight-period school day. By going to a 45-minute period, students are losing three weeks of instruction in basic subjects. How can that be seen as educationally sound? It seems the school is more interested in having teachers with two hours off than they are in teaching students. That should be remembered when they are talking about overcrowded classes and the need for additional taxes...
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