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Pyramids promote nutritious snacks, community service (04/08/04)
Students from West Lane Elementary School in Jackson and Millersville Attendance Center celebrated National Nutrition Month in March by building a food pyramid and later donating the collected items to the Jackson Ministerial Alliance Food Pantry for Cape Girardeau County residents...
Military digest 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Navy Seaman graduates from basic training Navy Seaman Margaret M. Clay, daughter of Patricia A. and Stephen J. Clay of Perryville, Mo., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill. During the eight-week program, Clay completed a variety of training including classroom study, practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, fire fighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. ...
'The Rumor Mill' at Southeast separates fact from fiction (04/08/04)
The official online rumor mill at Southeast Missouri State University has been grinding away for five years, dispelling the ridiculous, acknowledging the benign and sometimes even confirming that what students have been whispering about is actually true...
Ex-judge in Cape charged with law violation (04/08/04)
A misdemeanor charge was filed last week against a Cape Girardeau lawyer and former judge for practicing law after he had been disbarred. Bob Gowen Jr., 44, was disbarred Jan. 14 for professional misconduct, according to the Missouri Supreme Court order issued that day. His law license also was revoked...
Good and ready for bad times (04/08/04)
In the event of a tornado, such as the one last year that swept through Jackson, or a train wreck like the one that happened Tuesday in Yazoo City, Miss., it's good to know neighbors are willing to help. But it's even better when those neighbors are trained to respond...
Community digest 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Southeast facilities management sets auction Facilities management employees at Southeast Missouri State University will hold a silent auction for a marble-topped hand-crafted antique pine buffet from through April 19. The public may view the buffet at the Facilities Management Service Center from 8 a.m. ...
Lawmakers work to protect region's health lab (04/08/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Discussions on the state budget are often in terms of hundreds of millions of dollars. For a group of Bootheel lawmakers, the key figure has been a mere $125,000. That's the amount they successfully plugged into the proposed $18.64 billion state operating budget for the coming year in order to protect the State Public Health Laboratory in Poplar Bluff, which the Department of Health and Senior Services wants to close...
Alma Schrader students celebrate Arbor Day (04/08/04)
Arbor Day was commemorated Friday at Alma Schrader School by students and staff and the Cape Girardeau Council of Garden Clubs. Club president Nancy Bahn and members Martha Ellen House, Joyce Churnside, Judy Holshouser, Anne Foust and Barb Blanchard attended the presentation led by Arbor Day chairman Nadine Davis...
Local veterans groups help Marine's mother (04/08/04)
The son of a Whitewater, Mo., woman was seriously injured fighting in Iraq, but even though he was brought back to the United States to a military hospital, she didn't have the means to see him. But then the local VFW and Marine Corps League stepped in...
Church youth convention ends Friday (04/08/04)
About 3,000 youths from across the state are expected to attend a youth convention through Friday in Cape Girardeau. The annual event is sponsored by the Missouri District of the United Pentecostal Church. The convention began Wednesday evening with a speaker at the Show Me Center and continues with sessions at 10 a.m. and 1 and 7:30 p.m. today. The speaker for the morning and afternoon session is Harold Linder, and Jason Dillon will speak during the evening session...
Regional Shriners leader visits to publicize hospital (04/08/04)
For his visit to Cape Girardeau, potentate Gale Bennington of the Moolah Shrine packed his red fez, but he left his mini-car in St. Louis. Instead, the regional head of the Shriners fraternity breezed into town aboard the full-sized plane of a fellow Shriner, who donated his time, aircraft and piloting services. Bennington came to let people know that access to that Shriner generosity isn't limited to its officers...
International students face increased scrutiny (04/08/04)
In the wake of the war on terrorism, the United States government has made it tougher for international students to obtain study visas, but Southeast Missouri State University has remained relatively unscathed by this and has not seen a marked drop in the number of international students...
Man indicted for investment scheme graduated from SEMO (04/08/04)
A St. Louis man who earned a degree in marketing in 1979 from Southeast Missouri State University was indicted Tuesday in U.S. District Court in connection with a $2 million investment scheme. Rick D. Shirrell, 46, was indicted by a federal grand jury on three felony counts of wire fraud, 12 counts of engaging in monetary transactions in criminally derived property, and 11 counts of money laundering...
Community cuisine 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Good Friday dinner planned for Scott City The Schock Community Arts Center will hold a fish and shrimp dinner from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Friday. Proceeds will support the arts center. Menu includes a two piece fish and shrimp dinner or a four piece fish dinner; sides include macaroni and cheese, baked beans, potato salad, slaw, hush puppies, tea, lemonade or coffee. Carryouts available. The dinner will be located at the Schock Community Arts Center, 116 E. Hickory, Scott City...
Catholic order withdraws request for center for troubled clergy (04/08/04)
PACIFIC, Mo. (AP) -- A religious order has dropped a zoning request that would have allowed development of a center for troubled priests near St. Louis. The Servants of the Paraclete, an order that looks after other religious clergy, wanted to develop a facility for priests who suffer from problems including alcoholism, depression and pedophilia on 226 acres near Pacific. Area residents had expressed concern...
Woman gives herself C-section, doctor says (04/08/04)
A woman in southern Mexico cut open her own womb with a knife and delivered a healthy baby boy in her rural home when problems developed during childbirth, doctors report in a medical journal. The woman and her son, her ninth child, both survived despite an eight-hour car ride to the nearest hospital and waiting several hours for medical care once there, said co-author Dr. Rafael Valle, a Northwestern University obstetrician who said he learned about the case from a colleague in Mexico...
Most schools' bonds, taxes gain approval (04/08/04)
Most Missouri schools are looking to get funding increases based on results from state elections and good tax revenue reports. About 79 percent of school funding proposals on Tuesday's ballots -- property tax increases or bond issues -- were approved, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education reported Wednesday in an unofficial survey of the 114 districts holding elections...
Missouri Senate approves bill hoping to lower malpractice rates (04/08/04)
Associated Press WriterJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- After breaking a contentious 16-hour debate, senators on Thursday passed legislation supporters say will help lower doctors' malpractice insurance premiums. The legislation would create new limits on jury awards in many types of lawsuits -- which insurance companies claim is the cause for doctors' fast-rising premiums...
DOE threatens to withhold money for radioactive waste cleanup (04/08/04)
WASHINGTON -- The Energy Department is threatening to withhold $350 million that was to pay for disposal of some of the most dangerous radioactive waste from Cold War bomb-making. First, it says, Congress and state officials must accept a cleanup plan already rejected in court...
Lea Fastow withdraws plea agreement; June trial set (04/08/04)
HOUSTON -- The wife of former Enron finance chief Andrew Fastow backed out of a plea bargain Wednesday after a federal judge refused to go along with a sentence of five months in prison and five months of confinement at home. The proposed sentence for Lea Fastow had been carefully worked out as part of a larger plea agreement involving her husband's criminal case. But prosecutors said her decision will not affect his part of the bargain, which calls for up to 10 years in prison for conspiracy...
Business briefs 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Energy giant announces $2.5 billion stock buyout DENVER -- Energy giant Kerr-McGee Corp. announced plans Wednesday to buy Westport Resources Corp. in a $2.5 billion stock deal expected to boost its oil and natural gas holdings in Texas and the developing hotbed of the Rockies. The deal would create one of the nation's biggest independent oil and gas producers and raise Kerr-McGee's daily production volume by more than a third...
Court overturns $21 million award to dead smoker (04/08/04)
SAN FRANCISCO -- A state appeals court on Wednesday overturned a $21.7 million judgment awarded to a California woman who sued the tobacco companies before dying of lung cancer. The 1st District Court of Appeal said a San Francisco County jury, when deliberating damages for Leslie Whiteley, should have been instructed by the judge that the tobacco industry was immune from liability from 1988 to 1998. In 1998, the legislature removed tobacco from a shielded class of products immune from lawsuits...
Nation briefs 2 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Former wife testifies in Nichols' murder trial McALESTER, Okla. -- Terry Nichols' handwriting is on a variety of documents that investigators have linked to the Oklahoma City bombing plot, Nichols' former wife testified at his murder trial Wednesday. The documents identified by Lana Padilla include motel registration cards, prepaid calling card applications and rental agreements filled out in the names of Joe Kyle, Darryl Bridges and other aliases that have been linked to Nichols...
Tyco juror - Deliberations would have led to hung jury (04/08/04)
NEW YORK -- Ruth Jordan, the former juror at the center of a media furor during the Tyco mistrial, said she never signaled her support for the defense but was likely going to vote to acquit the firm's two former executives. "At best it was going to be a hung jury," Jordan said in an interview published Wednesday in The New York Times. "I don't think I would have voted guilty on any count."...
Limbaugh attorney argues privacy rights (04/08/04)
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Rush Limbaugh's attorney argued Wednesday that investigators trampled the conservative commentator's privacy rights when they made a surprise visit to a doctor's office to seize his medical records. Limbaugh attorney Roy Black is seeking to keep the records sealed from prosecutors who accuse the radio host of illegally buying prescription drugs. He said investigators should have provided some notice they were going to seize records containing private information...
Nation briefs 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Investigators seek cause of Amtrak derailment FLORA, Miss. -- Investigators examined twisted track and overturned passenger cars Wednesday to figure out why an Amtrak train derailed over a swamp, killing one person and injuring nearly 60 others. The nine-car City of New Orleans, en route to Chicago, jumped the tracks Tuesday night near Flora. Its cars tumbled five or six feet off a trestle about 25 miles north of Jackson...
No apology expected when Rice testifies to commission (04/08/04)
WASHINGTON -- Former White House counterterror chief Richard Clarke two weeks ago drew tears and gratitude from families -- and criticism from Republicans -- when he publicly apologized. "Your government failed you. ... I failed you," said Clarke, who resigned in 2003...
Rice to detail Bush efforts to fight al-Qaida before 9-11 (04/08/04)
WASHINGTON -- Condoleezza Rice will provide a detailed accounting of the Bush administration's anti-terror actions before the 2001 attacks but won't attempt to offer a blow-by-blow rebuttal to former counterterror adviser Richard Clarke when she goes before the Sept. 11 commission...
Only convicted 9-11 suspect free (04/08/04)
HAMBURG, Germany -- The only Sept. 11, 2001, suspect ever convicted walked out of jail Wednesday smiling and laughing, freed less than 2 1/2 years into a 15-year sentence after judges ruled the evidence was too weak to hold him pending a retrial. Mounir el Motassadeq, whose conviction on charges of aiding the Sept. ...
Palestinian olive grove uprooted for security barrier (04/08/04)
BIDOU, West Bank -- Israeli workers with chain saws cut down a Palestinian farmer's olive grove Wednesday to make way for a West Bank security barrier, sparking a clash in which at least 15 Palestinian villagers and two Israeli police were wounded...
Coalition allies tested as casualties increase (04/08/04)
BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Shiite militiamen drove Ukrainian soldiers and coalition officials from the Iraqi city of Kut on Wednesday, and Japan urged the United Nations to intervene to stop the growing violence in Iraq. Italy's defense minister, however, said Italian troops would stay in Iraq, rejecting opposition calls to pull out after clashes that left 15 Iraqis dead and a dozen Italians injured. U.S. forces sent helicopters and troops to reinforce the Bulgarians...
Mosque hit in Fallujah, Iraq (04/08/04)
FALLUJAH, Iraq -- U.S. Marines in the third day of a battle to pacify this Sunni Muslim city fired a rocket and dropped a 500-pound, laser-guided bomb on a mosque compound Wednesday, and witnesses said as many as 40 people were killed. Shiite-inspired violence spread to key cities in Iraq...
World briefs 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Clean up efforts under way after Mexican flood PIEDRAS NEGRAS, Mexico -- Skies once filled with threatening clouds cleared and the cleanup of the destruction caused by flooding that killed 34 people got underway in this town on the U.S. border. But even as hundreds began picking up the pieces of their damaged homes and water-logged belongings, many of their neighbors were burying loved ones...
Central tennis team remains unbeaten (04/08/04)
Central dropped just one match to Dexter on Wednesday in an 8-1 home tennis dual win. The Tigers improved to 5-0. Singles -- 1. Heath Orr def. Jake Smith 8-4; 2. James Ford (D) def. Adam Baron, 8-4; 3. Tyler Roeger def. Derek Roberts, 8-2; 4. Kevin Rohatgi def. Ben Smith, 8-3; 5. Will Ramsey def. Gabe Smith, 8-1; 6. Kyle Davis def. Derek Clark, 8-6...
Chaffee gets revenge vs. Delta (04/08/04)
Chaffee entered Wednesday's showdown with Delta, one of the area's top spring softball teams, with something to prove. Despite a 6-0 record entering the game, Chaffee still had memories of an error-plagued 10-0 loss to the Bobcats a year ago. Those bad memories were erased Wednesday with a late rally leading to a 5-4 win at Chaffee...
Winter was Sommer's time (04/08/04)
DON FRAZIER * dfrazier@semissourian.com Notre Dame senior Sommer McCauley was a first-team all-state selection this season after averaging 18 points and 7.4 rebounds per game. By Jeremy Joffray ~ Southeast Missourian...
Indians get back on track (04/08/04)
On the surface, Wednesday's non-league baseball game against Freed-Hardeman didn't seem very significant for Southeast Missouri State University. But after Sunday's discouraging Ohio Valley Conference loss at Jacksonville State -- in which Southeast blew a late nine-run lead -- the Indians were intent on getting back on a winning track...
Otahkians softball team earns split (04/08/04)
Thanks to Amy Fahnestock's no-hitter and a 14-hit attack, Southeast Missouri State University's softball team was able to salvage a split of Wednesday's Ohio Valley Conference doubleheader with visiting Austin Peay. After dropping the opener 5-2, Southeast romped 8-0 in six innings. The Otahkians are 10-22 overall and 5-2 in OVC play. The Govs are 13-24 and 3-7...
Nickname committee selects final five (04/08/04)
If Southeast Missouri State University does wind up with a new nickname and mascot for its athletic teams, the chances are good one of the school's colors, red, will be emphasized. A university committee on Wednesday narrowed the list of prospective nicknames to five from an original pool of more than 800 suggested by various groups that included Southeast students, staff and fans. Three of the five possibilities include "Red" as part of the name...
Meystedt knows how to get a fish out of water (04/08/04)
Fred Meystedt owns nearly 50 fishing poles, but he gets along just fine using only one. "I gotta have a lot of poles," he joked, "just like my wife's gotta have a lot of clothes." Meystedt's simple fishing style has helped the 67-year-old have an enjoyable and successful career as a fisherman...
Cardinals crack into win column (04/08/04)
ST. LOUIS -- Scott Rolen capped a five-run rally in the seventh inning with a three-run homer, as the St. Louis Cardinals won their first game of the season, 9-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night. The Cardinals overcame a shaky debut from Woody Williams, who threw 82 pitches in three innings, and some shoddy defense to beat a Brewers team that scored 15 runs the first two games...
Blues look for payback in playoffs (04/08/04)
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- For the San Jose Sharks to prove that their resurgence was more than a winter anomaly, they must bloom in the playoffs this spring. "I think our guys know that they've had the best regular season in the history of the Sharks," coach Ron Wilson said. "They also know that the regular season is over."...
Skipping prevention (04/08/04)
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Two mammograms within 10 months in 1994 cleared Lorna Johns of breast cancer so she decided to skip the X-ray the following year. "That was wrong," she said. "That was the one I shouldn't have skipped." She was 68 when her doctor discovered a lump during a 1996 exam. A lumpectomy soon followed, then radiation therapy to help rid Johns of one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in women...
How not to be a dizzy old guy, gal (04/08/04)
I've got enough to worry about as I get older. If the possibility of Leaky Gut Syndrome weren't bad enough, now I have to worry about losing my balance. Perhaps I am just borrowing worry. But it does seem that my whole physical "balancing apparatus" is aging. And so, my friends, are yours...
Health calendar 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Today Preparation for childbirth class at 5:30 p.m. in the St. Francis Medical Center Healing Arts Center conference room. Asthma education program at 6:30 p.m. in the Generations Center at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Program is for children and adults. Participants should bring flow meters, spacers and list of medication. Call 651-5825 to register...
How does environment affect kids? U.S. plans major study (04/08/04)
WASHINGTON -- Does a pregnant woman's exposure to certain chemicals put her child at risk of learning disabilities? Do genetics and pollution interact to cause asthma? What's the real impact of TV on toddlers? The government is preparing the largest study of U.S. children ever performed -- it will track 100,000 from mothers' wombs to age 21 -- to increase understanding of how the environment affects youngsters' health...
The hero wandering far & wee (04/08/04)
April 8, 2004 Dear Patty, Our little beagle, Alvie, wandered into our front yard 2 1/2 years ago, scarred and dusty like a big-eared bluesman too long on the road. We found out that he dug under a fence to escape from the previous person who'd taken mercy on his vagrancy. She'd picked him up looking even scragglier 60 miles south of Cape Girardeau. He was hanging out at a field where skydivers land...
People talk 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Dealmaker Trump takes on chicken in casino COACHELLA, Calif. -- Without any specific strategy, dealmaker Donald Trump battled a live chicken and won $250. The real estate mogul showed up at his namesake Trump 29 Casino Tuesday and played the Apprentice Chicken Challenge, a tic-tac-toe game with live poultry in a booth pecking its board selections while a gambler makes picks outside the box. ...
Introduction to the Osage (04/08/04)
ST. LOUIS -- As the city celebrates 2004 for the bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark journey, a display at the St. Louis Art Museum is focusing on the American Indians who played an important role in the region long before the explorers arrived to map the Louisiana Purchase...
Pauline Tucker (04/08/04)
THEBES, Ill. -- Pauline Tucker, 84, of Thebes died Wednesday, April 7, 2004, at Life Care Center. She was born Nov. 16, 1919, at Chaffee, Mo., daughter of John and Ollie Watkins McHughs. She and Thomas Tucker were married June 20, 1936. He died Nov. 1, 1990...
Ruth Lane (04/08/04)
CHARLESTON, Mo. -- Ruth L. Lane, 73, of Charleston died Wednesday, April 7, 2004 at Charleston Manor Nursing Home. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Heavenly Gates Funeral Home of Cairo, Ill.
Willard Hahn (04/08/04)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Willard R. Hahn, 88, of Marble Hill died Wednesday, April 7, 2004, at Chateau Girardeau in Cape Girardeau. He was born Feb. 22, 1916, in Bollinger County, Mo., son of Jacob M. and Laura M. Eaker Hahn. He and Ferneita A. DuLaney were married Sept. 3, 1938, in Jackson...
Lily Duckworth (04/08/04)
PORTAGEVILLE, Mo. -- Lily Finney Duckworth, 87, of Portageville died Tuesday, April 6, 2004 at Marston, Mo. She was born Dec. 16, 1916, at Portageville, daughter of Mary Ella Warren and John William Young. She and Bill Finney were married March 3, 1937, and he preceded her in death May 5, 1960. She and Vernon Duckworth were married March 10, 1978, and he preceded her in death July 3, 2003...
Virgie Hayes (04/08/04)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Virgie Marie Hayes, 74, of Sikeston died Wednesday, April 7, 2004, at her home. She was born May 9, 1929, at Kennett, Mo., daughter of Grover and Minnie Dillon Neldon. She and Albert Snowden Hayes were married Feb. 16, 1949, at Kennett. He died April 5, 1985...
Irma Matvy (04/08/04)
Irma Roland Matvy, 87, of Scott City died Tuesday, April 6, 2004, peacefully at her home with her children, Mary Lynn Matvy of San Francisco, Calif., and Mike Matvy of Knoxville, Tenn., at her side. They were each holding a hand when she passed away...
Clyde Huff Jr. (04/08/04)
Clyde Warren Huff Jr., 57, of Palmdale, Calif., known as C.W. to his family and friends, rode home to be with the Lord Wednesday, March 31, 2004, in Lancaster, Calif. He was born Dec. 17, 1946, in Cape Girardeau, son of Clyde and Helen Huff Sr. He was a graduate of Central High School and was a member of the Civil Air Patrol. He went into the U.S. Army at age 17. C.W. was a member of the Air Cavalry and flew 400 missions in Vietnam...
Jake L. Pounds (04/08/04)
BLOOMFIELD, Mo. -- Jake Leon Pounds, 83, of Bloomfield died Wednesday, April 7, 2004, at his home. He was born June 21, 1920, at Ward, Ark. He and Rita Skelton were married and she preceded him in death June 12 1997. He and Audrey DeBerry were later married...
Births 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Schlosser Son to Chad Michael Schlosser and Bridgette Denise Scroggins of Jackson, St. Francis Medical Center, 7:37 a.m. Wednesday, March 31, 2004. Name, Drake Michael. Weight, 7 pounds 3 ounces. Ms. Scroggins is the daughter of Carolyn and Ronnie Bowers of Jackson and Sonny and Liz Scroggins of Shreveport, La. She is a server. Schlosser is the son of Dale Schlosser of Scott City and DeRhonda and Bob Gosche of Kelso, Mo. He is employed at TG Missouri Corp...
Cape fire report 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Firefighters responded to the following items on Tuesday: At 2:17 p.m., an emergency medical service at North West End Boulevard and Normal. At 4:04 p.m., an illegal burn at Roberts Street and Oak Lane. At 4:34p., an emergency medical service at 1240 Marilyn...
Cape police report 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Daniel J. Reynolds, 33, 3030 Mimosa, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of assault. Jamie R. Goehman, 29, 2247 Highway N, Chaffee, was arrested Tuesday on a Cape Girardeau County warrant for being a parole absconder...
Two plead guilty to drug charges (04/08/04)
Two Charleston, Mo., men pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court for distributing cocaine base. Corey Owens, 33, pleaded guilty to one felony count of cocaine distribution. Ervin D. Boyce, 26, pleaded guilty to one felony count of distribution of five grams or more of cocaine base...
Out of the past 4/8/04 (04/08/04)
10 years ago: April 8, 1994 City council will hold special session Monday morning to decide whether to proceed with two water plant projects that could receive 75 percent funding from Economic Development Administration; administration allocated special funding for flood recovery and mitigation, and city of Cape Girardeau was invited to submit projects for consideration...
House bills address physicians' concerns (04/08/04)
Many people still do not understand the significance of the medical malpractice crisis in Missouri. I hear about it firsthand every day from family physicians across the state. Insurance premiums coupled with low reimbursement are forcing family physicians to quit providing services or even leave Missouri. If we don't get some legislative relief this year, it will be harder for citizens to find a doctor, get obstetrical care and access other services...
Better screening needed (04/08/04)
The Kansas City (Mo.) Star Congress should take a closer look at how the Pentagon conducts health screening for troops ordered overseas. In many cases, the screening is cursory and some soldiers are deployed despite serious problems such as diabetes and heart disease. .....
Stopping abuse (04/08/04)
Two million Americans used cocaine and 33.5 million drove drunk during the 30 days prior to a recent survey taken by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association. In 2001, more than 1,100 reports of child abuse or neglect and 819 reports of domestic violence were logged in Cape Girardeau and Scott counties...
Pier monument is a good idea (04/08/04)
To the editor: I like Jon Rust's idea of keeping the old bridge piers on the Illinois side of the Mississippi River. Keep at least one of the piers. Seriously. R.L. HAWKS Durango, Colo.
Sailor appreciates support at home (04/08/04)
To the editor: I am a gunner's mate in the U.S. Navy. I just finished reading the online article about a rally in support of us over here in the Middle East. I would like to say that seeing things like that is a real morale booster. Thank you for all of your support while we are over here. It is greatly appreciated...
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