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Area digest 07/21/04 (07/21/04)
Man reported missing from Cape care center Cape Girardeau police are looking for a man who is believed to have walked away from the Ratliff Care Center at 717 N. Sprigg St. Vernon Gerler, 58, has not been seen since 9 p.m. Thursday. He is diabetic and does not have insulin with him. ...
Outside donors aiding 158th candidates (07/21/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Two of the three candidates for the Missouri House of Representatives from the 158th District received substantial portions of their campaign contributions from donors outside of the district during the most recent campaign finance reporting period...
Cape federal prosecutor gets recognition in D.C. (07/21/04)
Abbie Crites-Leoni of the U.S. attorney's office in Cape Girardeau is receiving special recognition in Washington, D.C., for her involvement in prosecuting a record $4 million methamphetamine case. For more on this story, read Thursday's Southeast Missourian...
Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center (07/21/04)
Students enroll at the Cape Girardeau Career and Technology Center for many reasons: Some want to further current careers, develop skills for new jobs, or just relax. "Every type of student you can imagine comes through the doors," Tim Pensel, workforce development coordinator, said...
Marble Hill police officer appointed new chief (07/21/04)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Dennis Willis says he's been around long enough that the people of Marble Hill should know exactly what they're getting with him as their new police chief. "They already know me," Willis said. "Ain't no use in saying any more. Half of them are madder than hell that I got the job and the other half aren't."...
First photo winners announced (07/21/04)
Judges for the 2004 Foto Fest had a difficult time narrowing the more than 200 photos entries down to the four semifinalists, Al Nicolai and Paul Wilson of Jackson, Tracy Satterfield of Kennett, Mo., and Nancy Mueller of Cape Girardeau. The photos the panel chose included candid shots of children and family, nature photos caught with unusual clarity and vacation pictures from far-away locations...
State to study roundabout for Route W, Lexington (07/21/04)
Cape Girardeau city officials want to know if a roundabout would ease traffic tie-ups at the intersection of Lexington Avenue and Route W. City manager Doug Leslie has asked the Missouri Department of Transportation to look at that possibility as well as any other options to improve the intersection...
Scott County candidates discuss their plans -- if elected (07/21/04)
After 28 years as Scott County's sheriff, Bill Ferrell has decided not to pursue another term, leaving three candidates vying for his job. "Twenty-eight years is long enough, it's time to let somebody else do it," he said. According to Ferrell, it is important for the next sheriff to "have knowledge of what we do and why we do it." He said the sheriff's department has a lot of responsibilities including being in charge of the 120-bed jail that was completed in April 2003...
New Jackson trail officially opens (07/21/04)
The new hiking and biking trail on Route D passes by Barks Trailer Park, one of the poorest neighborhoods in Jackson. Several yards away, the oversized, concrete sidewalk also passes in front of some landscaped ranch-style brick homes. The trail then goes down to the middle school...
Scott City man goes to court for killing (07/21/04)
BENTON, Mo. -- Robert Grant's mother sobbed into her husband's shoulder as she watched on video while her son was assigned a public defender and given an Aug. 19 court date. Grant was not in the Scott County Division 5 courtroom to see his mother and stepfather hold each other and cry. He appeared by video from the Scott County Jail for his first court date. He hung his head and wiped tears from his eyes as Judge David Mann read the charges against him...
Heating, cooling system at school called inadequate (07/21/04)
The heating and air-conditioning system at the 2-year-old Central High School is inadequate, officials say, and the problem will cost the district $240,000 to fix. The problem isn't new. The school has had a heating-and-cooling dilemma since it opened in 2002, principal Dr. Mike Cowan said...
Cape post office seeks to expand with businesses (07/21/04)
With traffic-flow problems at its temporary office on Christine Street and the timetable for a move to a permanent location uncertain, the U.S. Postal Service is looking for help in better serving Cape Girardeau. It is appealing to area businesses to help shoulder the load...
Going to war for right reasons, coming home for safety's sake (07/21/04)
Signs at Scott City businesses are still up to welcome him home and the municipal building remains decorated with American flags celebrating his arrival last week, but police chief Don Cobb is rather low key about his homecoming. Cobb is back behind his desk at the police station, looking through a stack of reports after returning home from Iraq, where his National Guard Unit, the 2175th Military Police Company, was deployed for a year. ...
Club news 7/21/04 (07/21/04)
Arnsberg 4-H Club The Arnsberg 4-H club visited John and Carolyn Watkins of Friedheim on June 27 for one of the club's community service projects. The Watkins are state and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitators. ...
Panera Bread to add two dozen new sites in three states (07/21/04)
AP Business WriterST. LOUIS (AP) -- Convinced low-carb dieters still will desire bread, retail bakery and cafe Panera Bread Co. said Wednesday it has reached development deals involving more than two dozen planned eateries in three states...
Heat, humidity settle over Missouri (07/21/04)
Associated Press WriterST. LOUIS (AP) -- Ted Klos kept a wary eye to the sky Wednesday as he poured a concrete sidewalk on the Washington University campus. The sun was about to emerge from behind a tree, and this was no day to work on a tan...
Schnase named new Methodist leader for Missouri (07/21/04)
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- The Rev. Robert Schnase has been assigned as the new United Methodist Church bishop for Missouri, the church said. Schnase comes to Missouri from McAllen, Texas, where he was pastor of First United Methodist Church. As Missouri bishop, he succeeds Ann Brookshire Sherer, who was assigned to the church's Nebraska conference...
Wentzville man wins $11.6 million (07/21/04)
WENTZVILLE, Mo. -- A construction worker from the eastern Missouri town of Wentzville had an extra dollar while grocery shopping and decided to buy a Missouri Lotto ticket. It turned out to be a good choice for David Spitznagel, 49, who matched all six numbers to win $11.6 million in the July 14 drawing. The Missouri Lottery released Spitznagel's name Tuesday...
Holden, McCaskill try to cast selves as winners in debate (07/21/04)
ST. LOUIS -- Getting personal at times during their second debate, Gov. Bob Holden and State Auditor Claire McCaskill on Tuesday night presented two starkly different images of Missouri's governor: Holden held himself forth as a winner; McCaskill painted him as a loser...
State unemployment rate inches up in June (07/21/04)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Missouri's unemployment rate inched up in June, but its job growth was tops in the nation. Last month's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in Missouri was 5.2 percent, according to data released Tuesday by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, up from 5.1 percent in May...
Nine hospitalized awaiting president (07/21/04)
ST. CHARLES, Mo. -- Nine people were hospitalized Tuesday and others were treated at the scene after they were overcome by heat and high humidity while awaiting President Bush's visit to this St. Louis suburb. Lines formed outside the Family Arena hours before the president's late-afternoon speech. ...
Diet plan has to really work before Medicare will pay (07/21/04)
WASHINGTON -- The government is looking for the Holy Grail of weight loss programs: one that keeps the pounds off. Now willing to pay for a treatment that works, Medicare is shunning fad diets to focus on one of the more radical solutions, stomach bypass surgery...
House votes to block stock options change (07/21/04)
WASHINGTON -- The House voted Tuesday to override a rule that would require companies to count stock options against their profits, but a key senator promised to block such action in that chamber. The House vote was 312-111, with 198 Republicans and 114 Democrats voting for the bill that would block a proposal by the rule-setting board for accounting. ...
Sept. 11 panel report won't say attacks were preventable (07/21/04)
WASHINGTON -- The Sept. 11 commission's final report won't declare that the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history was preventable, though some panelists said during the 20-month investigation they believed the hijackers could have been stopped. In the end, the panel's five Democrats and five Republicans did not want to draw a conclusion on that major point, believing it could open the way to partisan sniping in a presidential election year...
Senate proposes $301 billion highway bill (07/21/04)
The Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Senate Republicans on Tuesday proposed a $301 billion compromise highway-mass transit bill, defying a White House veto threat and warning that a lesser amount would doom the massive job-creating measure in an election year...
Microsoft to pay out cash reserves to shareholders (07/21/04)
SEATTLE -- Microsoft Corp. plans to pay out most of its cash hoard directly to shareholders through a combination of dividends and stock buybacks totaling up to $75 billion over four years, the software maker said Tuesday, ending speculation about what it planned to do with its billions in cash reserves. ...
Source - FBI anthrax probe closes labs (07/21/04)
The Associated Press FREDERICK, Md. -- FBI agents combed laboratory suites at Fort Detrick -- home to the Army's biological warfare defense program -- on Tuesday, and a source said they were again looking for evidence in the 2001 anthrax attacks. The labs at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases have been closed since Friday, a Fort Detrick spokesman said...
1969 moon landing remembered as time of great courage (07/21/04)
The Associated Press HOUSTON -- Johnson Space Center staff and retirees Tuesday marked the 35th anniversary of the first manned lunar landing with MoonPies, a vintage car parade and proud reflections of a deed that dazzled the world. The celebration was a far cry from the 1969 bash that some remembered as a "drunken orgy" to mark the safe return of the Apollo 11 crew of Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins...
Elite soldiers leaving for jobs with higher pay (07/21/04)
WASHINGTON -- Just when the U.S. military needs them most, senior Green Berets, Navy SEALs and other elite forces are leaving for higher-paying jobs. After getting years of training and experience in the military, they leave for other government jobs or for what defense officials said Tuesday has been an explosion in outside contractor work...
Interest rate increases may accelerate (07/21/04)
WASHINGTON -- The Federal Reserve is ready to raise interest rates more quickly than its current "measured" pace if inflation suddenly worsens, chairman Alan Greenspan said Tuesday. Still, Greenspan delivered a generally upbeat assessment of economic prospects to Congress, seeking to allay concerns that a pronounced dip of economic activity in June could turn into something more severe. ...
U.N. demands Israel tear down Gaza barrier (07/21/04)
UNITED NATIONS -- The U.N. General Assembly overwhelmingly adopted a resolution Tuesday demanding that Israel comply with a world court decision and tear down the barrier it is building to seal off the West Bank. The 150-6 vote was opposed by the United States, which argued that the resolution was unbalanced. Ten countries abstained...
World briefs 7/21/04 (07/21/04)
U.S. chess great facing deportation from Japan NARITA, Japan -- The Japanese government is preparing to deport American chess legend Bobby Fischer for staying in this country on an invalid passport, immigration officials said Tuesday. Fischer was detained at the international airport in this city just outside of Tokyo last Tuesday after trying to board a flight for Manila, Philippines. Immigration officials confirmed that Fischer, 61, is in their custody...
German leader honors Nazi coup plotters at ceremony (07/21/04)
BERLIN -- Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder honored Germany's Nazi resistance Tuesday on the 60th anniversary of the most famous plot to kill Adolf Hitler, saying the army officers, civic leaders and citizens who frequently sacrificed their lives for the movement were heroes...
South Asian floods kill 500 so far (07/21/04)
The Associated Press DHAKA, Bangladesh -- At least 17 people were killed by lightning during monsoon storms in Bangladesh, and 49 were killed in flooding in India, as the death toll from South Asian floods passed 500, officials and news reports said Tuesday...
Qureia still prime minister, but only in temporary role (07/21/04)
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qureia told Yasser Arafat Tuesday he would continue in his post, but only temporarily in a caretaker capacity, Cabinet ministers said. In an angry confrontation in the Palestinian leader's office, Qureia insisted his resignation stands unless Arafat yields more power to the Cabinet, Palestinian officials said...
Iraqi militants free Filipino truck driver (07/21/04)
BAGHDAD, Iraq -- Militants freed a Filipino truck driver Tuesday after the Philippines government gave in to demands to withdraw troops from Iraq to prevent the beheading of the 46-year-old father of eight who had been held captive for two weeks. Apparently emboldened by their success, insurgents promptly took aim at Japan, threatening in a Web site message to send "lines of cars laden with explosives" to kill its troops in Iraq if they did not leave...
From locker room to chat room (07/21/04)
Coaches find the Internet can be a useful tool in their trade. By Jeremy Joffray and David Wilson ~ Southeast Missourian What was once thought to be a tool for lonely hearts to make a connection has turned into some coaches' best friend...
Southeast hires Lounsbury to fill spot left by Bradford (07/21/04)
The veteran coach will serve on a temporary basis. Southeast Missourian A 25-year coaching veteran has been added to complete Southeast Missouri State University's football coaching staff for the 2004 season. Southeast head coach Tim Billings announced Tuesday that Dan Lounsbury has been hired as the Indians' tight ends coach. Lounsbury will help fill the void left when Southeast defensive coordinator Damon Bradford was recently called to active duty with the Tennessee National Guard...
Jackson, Cape meet in district opener (07/21/04)
The regular season has settled nothing for the four teams that comprise American Legion District 14. Three of the teams finished .500 or better in district play while the fourth -- Jackson -- has the worst district record but the best overall record. Jackson even owns four wins in five meetings with Cape Girardeau's Ford & Sons, the defending district champion...
Cards crush Cubs (07/21/04)
CHICAGO -- Albert Pujols' third homer on a testy Tuesday at Wrigley Field brought the St. Louis Cardinals all the way back and sent the Chicago Cubs to a crushing defeat. "It was the first time I've hit three home runs and it came at the right time," Pujols said after his shot in the ninth helped the Cardinals to an 11-8 comeback victory...
MU gets respect but looks to gain more wins in '04 (07/21/04)
The Tigers have eyes set on Big 12 North championship. By Doug Tucker ~ The Associated Press KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- All this new-found respect people keep tossing Missouri's way is nice, but it's not the same as winning a championship, says Gary Pinkel...
Armstrong grabs lead (07/21/04)
VILLARD-DE-LANS, France -- If Lance Armstrong was going to show any weakness, if he was going to let Ivan Basso or Jan Ullrich gain some confidence, it would happen Tuesday, it appeared. As the three cycling stars headed to the finish line ahead of the pack, each had a shot at winning this year's first Tour de France stage in the Alps. Joined by Ullrich's teammate Andreas Kloden, all jockeyed for an edge in the closing yards, trading leads of a bicycle length or so...
Haffner hits three HRs (07/21/04)
The Associated Press ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Travis Hafner hit three homers to match a major league record with five in two games, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 14-5 rout of the Anaheim Angels on Tuesday. Hafner drove in six runs and finished the two-game series with 11 RBIs, tying Earl Averill's franchise record...
Painter paying dividends at Purdue (07/21/04)
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Purdue's recruiting classes have been slipping in recent years, and athletic director Morgan Burke believes he knows why. For the last three or four seasons, competing programs have only had to point to coach Gene Keady's age to start raising doubts about the Boilermakers...
Shaq receives big welcome in Miami (07/21/04)
MIAMI -- Several thousand fans were waiting Tuesday at the Miami Heat's arena when Shaquille O'Neal arrived in the cab of a semi-tractor, pulling a trailer with the words "Diesel Power" on the side. O'Neal climbed out, used a plastic water cannon to douse fans and walked along a red carpet to the steps leading to the entrance of the arena, where he pledged that another celebration is in the Heat's future...
Grilled pizza and salads mix up mundane summer meals (07/21/04)
CONCORD, N.H. -- The warmer it is outside, the less willing I am to spend much time or energy inside preparing a meal, even when there are guests to be dazzled. But that doesn't mean the summer menu has to be limited to soy cold-cut sandwiches or tofu dogs and veggie burgers on the grill. It's easy to pull together a summer meal than can impress without putting you under stress...
End your summer with delicious sugar-free fare (07/21/04)
Baseball and softball have both come to an end at our house for the summer. Last week we were at the ball field six days straight, like many other families. In thinking about not being at home for so many days in a row, I wondered who had come into our home and messed it up so badly. Then I realized that we ran in the door, dropped clothes that had to be laundered before the next day, showered and fell in bed, only to rise and start it all over again...
A country built with corn (07/21/04)
"Sex is good," Garrison Keillor has observed, "but not as good as fresh sweet corn." Betty Fussell, author of "The Story of Corn," probably wouldn't disagree. After researching the subject for five years, she concluded, "I can't think of anything sexier than corn."...
Putting your best foot forward (07/21/04)
Back in the day, my heels were ashy. My big toe was calloused. My toenails didn't just have ridges, those were buttes. Then, one day, prompted by my cheap nature combined with a Christmas gift certificate, I entered my first nail salon and a new world of foot beauty...
P. Diddy looking for 'sexy people' to get out the vote in 2004 (07/21/04)
NEW YORK -- Trendsetters, fashionistas, rappers -- P. Diddy wants you. Specifically, he's looking for the "sexy people" to help him entice young people and minorities to vote in the presidential election, as part of his new nonpartisan voting initiative called Citizen Change...
Fair & Balanced - Is Fox News Channel being honest with slogan? (07/21/04)
NEW YORK -- Before taking its next commercial break, Fox News Channel offered a glimpse of the Democratic presidential running mates in action. Seen tossing around a football, John Edwards passed it to John Kerry, who, only a few yards away, dropped it. Then, picking up the ball, Kerry threw it back to Edwards. He dropped it...
Carl Crawford (07/21/04)
ULLIN, Ill. -- Carl A. David Crawford, 76, of Ullin died Monday, July 19, 2004, on arrival at Union County Hospital in Anna, Ill. He was born Jan. 10, 1928, in Union County, son of William Luther and Katie Viola Hunsaker Crawford. Crawford was a retired plumbing contractor. He attended Ullin Pentecostal Church...
Bessie Little (07/21/04)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Bessie Little, 73, of Chaffee died Monday, July 19, 2004, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born March 24, 1931, in Nashville, Tenn., daughter of William and Tommie Pearl Burke Clifton. She and Charles Edward Little were married Sept. 20, 1947. He died July 5, 1977...
Amy Young (07/21/04)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Amy Marie Young, 22, of Sikeston died Monday, July 19, 2004, at her home. She was born July 15, 1982, at Charleston, Mo., daughter of Alvin and Christine Butrum Young. Young moved to Sikeston three years ago from Fisk, Mo. She was a 2003 graduate of New Dawn State School and a member of New Hope Baptist Church...
Festus Beal (07/21/04)
Festus Beal, 95, of Minneapolis, Minn., formerly of Jackson, died Sunday, July 18, 2004, at Walker Methodist Healthcare Center in Minneapolis. Cracraft-Miller Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Dr. Daniel Dunavan (07/21/04)
Dr. Daniel Dunavan, 60, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, July 20, 2004, at his home. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Raymond Davis (07/21/04)
Raymond E. Davis, 86, of Jackson died Tuesday, July 20, 2004, at Missouri Veterans Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born July 3, 1918, in Marquand, Mo., son of C.N. and Elsie Killian Davis. Raymond attended grade school at Marquand. He was inducted into the U.S. Navy Oct. 29, 1943, and was honorably discharged as a seaman first class Dec. 6, 1945...
Dorothy Scowden (07/21/04)
Dorothy Mae Scowden, 80, of Cape Girardeau died Saturday, July 17, 2004, at Life Care Center. She was born Sept. 18, 1923, at Frankclay, Mo., daughter of Carl E. and Edith N. Gilliam Davis. She and Harold Leon Scowden were married Sept. 21, 1943, at Leadwood, Mo. He died March 11, 2004...
Paul Traw (07/21/04)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Paul Traw, 63, of Chaffee was called to his heavenly home Monday, July 19, 2004. He was born July 26, 1940, in Scott County, son of Anthony Ross and Winifred Alma Richardson Traw. He and Carolyn Sue Eby were married June 28, 1964. Mr. Traw was a retired clerk and maintenance worker at Chaffee and Cape Girardeau post offices. He owned and operated Traw Auto Body 25 years. He was a member of Chaffee General Baptist Church...
Louis Gardner (07/21/04)
BELL CITY, Mo. -- Louis Arnold Gardner, 94, of Bell City died Monday, July 19, 2004, at Oakdale Care Center in Poplar Bluff, Mo. He was born May 28, 1910, in Fort Henry, Tenn., son of Emory and Lillian Wofford Gardner. He and Lucille Gillis were married April 19, 1928, in Bowling Green, Ohio. She died March 3, 1998...
Erline Davenport (07/21/04)
CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Erline Davenport, 90, of Chaffee died Monday, July 19, 2004, at Chaffee Nursing Center. She was born Sept. 22, 1913, at Somerville, Ala., daughter of John P. and Claude Goodson Ponder. She and J H "Dick" Davenport were married April 22, 1933. He died May 18, 1968...
Births 7/21/04 (07/21/04)
Abernathy Son to Billy Lynn Abernathy Jr. and Sheena Rae Wyatt of Benton, Mo., St. Francis Medical Center, 6 a.m. Tuesday, July 13, 2004. Name, Tristin Skylar. Weight, 6 pounds 9 ounces. First child. Ms. Wyatt is the daughter of John and Karla Wyatt of Scott City. She is employed at Burger King. Abernathy is the son of Cindy Curtis of Imperial, Mo., and Billy Abernathy Sr. of Morley, Mo...
Cape fire report 07/21/04 (07/21/04)
Cape Girardeau Firefighters responded to the following items on Monday: At 7:33 p.m., a false alarm at 530 Emerald St. At 9:14 p.m., an emergency medical service at 20 S. Sprigg St. Firefighters responded to the following items on Tuesday: At 12:27 a.m., an emergency medical service at 1927 N. Kingshighway...
Cape police report 07/21/04 (07/21/04)
Cape Girardeau The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Kenneth Charles Martin, 22, of Cape Girardeau was arrested Monday on a city warrant for failure to pay fines for stealing. William Robert Hotop, 18, 200 S. Main St., Perryville, Mo., was arrested Monday on a Madison County warrant for probation violation...
Out of the past 7/21/04 (07/21/04)
10 years ago: July 21, 1994 Calvin Bird, six-year director of Cape Girardeau Civic Center, resigns his post to pursue new business venture; Bird says he will continue to work with center as its administrative organization is changed. CHAFFEE, Mo. -- Chaffee Board of Education recently hired Ed McGrew as high school principal; McGrew has served as counselor at high school for 13 years...
'Bush lied' folks refuted (07/21/04)
By Michael Barone Official reports issued the last two weeks have conclusively refuted those who have been arguing that "BUSH LIED" about the dangers from Iraq and its weapons of mass destruction programs. The first report was that of the Senate Intelligence Committee. That committee has been rent by partisan divisions over the last year, but the report was unanimous...
Important choices will be made in Aug. 3 primary (07/21/04)
It's time to choose. The Aug. 3 primary is just two weeks away. Missouri and Cape Girardeau County have more primary races than I can recall in recent elections. In the Democratic race for governor, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has endorsed current governor Bob Holden, while the Springfield News-Leader has endorsed his challenger, State Auditor Claire McCaskill...
Mobile students (07/21/04)
Children in families who move frequently tend to have a harder time adjusting to a new school, hampering students' ability to learn. School officials in Cape Girardeau and Jackson are trying to find ways to deal with an increasingly mobile population. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 49 percent of children nationwide between ages 5 and 14 moved at least once between 1995 and 2000...
Lemonade story was fun to read (07/21/04)
To the editor: In response to "Crazy culinary creations" by Tom Harte: I subscribe to Disney Adventures Magazine for my children. We were reading the magazine and came across a mention of your Web site to find the true story of pink lemonade. I had, the night before, kidded my son that pink lemonade came from pink lemons. ...
Deal with owners of problem pets (07/21/04)
To the editor: Thank you for keeping the public updated on the latest activities of our city council. My family lives in the very part of town which is troubled by irresponsible pet owners who allow their dogs, even aggressive ones, to run unleashed. ...
Speak Out 07/21/04 (07/21/04)
Money questions I DO not understand what is going on with the city government of Cape Girardeau. First, the city was in dire straits financially, so a one-quarter cent sales tax was passed. Now we read in the Missourian where the city is planning all these fancy streets and upkeep and a new park. Could someone please explain where this money is coming from?...
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