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An emotional ride on "Big River" (10/24/07)
"Big River" wasn't chosen as the opening stage show in the Bedell Performance Hall for just one reason. Dr. Kenn Stilson can tick off a long list at will: It's a musical, a theater form that's insanely popular with audiences local and elsewhere; it's written by one of the most famous Missourians in history; it's a good musical.
Area Red Cross sends three volunteers to California (10/24/07)
Three Southeast Missouri volunteers are winging their way to California, bringing Red Cross supplies to help those affected by massive fires, according to Cape Girardeau Red Cross spokeswoman Kessie Hinkle. She said the volunteers will spend up to 10 days in the state and that two more are on standby to go Sunday, if needed...
Man arrested on dog fighting charges is licensed police officer (10/24/07)
Jessey Short, one of the three men charged in connection with a dog fighting ring broken up Saturday by the Stoddard County Sheriff's Department, was a licensed police officer in the state of Missouri. According to the Missouri Department of Public Safety, Short, of Cape Girardeau, held an active Class R license, or reserve license, with the state allowing him to work as a reserve officer within the state of Missouri...
Vets ask for more funding at hearing (10/24/07)
When Iraq veteran Robert Wake returned home to Malden, Mo., he found himself homeless. "I came home to absolutely nothing," Wake testified at a hearing Tuesday before the Missouri House Interim Committee on Veterans Services. He returned to Malden after having spent a year in General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital receiving treatment for injuries sustained in the war,...
Area job fair opens doors Thursday (10/24/07)
Wanted: Truck drivers, welders, nurses, insurance sales representatives and call center workers. And a whole lot more. When the doors open for the annual Southeast Missourian Career Fair at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Osage Community Centre, more than 30 booths will be staffed by employers offering jobs. Some employers are looking for one or two workers to fill an opening. Others are looking for dozens, if not hundreds, of applicants to fill a variety of positions...
SEMO ready for overflow parking at 'Big River' (10/24/07)
The River Campus is prepared for overflow parking when "Big River" takes the stage starting tonight at the Bedell Performance Hall. Southeast Missouri State University River Campus box office manager Ellen Farrow said River Campus staff isn't expecting the parking need to exceed parking space outside the Bedell for opening night, but it probably will for Friday's show, if not others...
Southeast hosts space exploration exhibit (10/24/07)
The first thing a visitor to the SPACE: Dare to Dream exhibit may notice is the noise. President John F. Kennedy's face fills a TV screen in the entrance as asks, "But why, some say, the moon?" Rumbling can be heard from down the hall where a Saturn V prelaunch rocket stimulation is in process. Chirping and nature sounds fill a semicircular room where the presentation "Forest of Dreams" is played...
Correction 10/24/07 (10/24/07)
To call to begin telephone service in this area, new customers should call 800-288-2020. An incorrect number was given in the recent Newcomers Guide.
New Benton City Hall nears completion (10/24/07)
BENTON, Mo. -- The city of Benton will soon have a new city hall. Construction on a 1,600-square-foot addition to the Benton Fire Department building, on the corner of North and Winchester streets, started toward the end of August, according to Connie Barnett, Benton's city clerk. The expansion will create office space for the city clerk and city maintenance officer and a meeting area for the board of aldermen...
Dreams for south Cape (10/24/07)
When Denise Lincoln hears the city's south side could land a minor-league baseball field, a recreation center, a trail system and new industry, she has one reaction. "Great plan, on paper," said Lincoln, who manages the Cape Girardeau Area Family Resource Center. On a daily basis, she meets southside residents with more immediate needs, such as paying utility bills and keeping their children in school...
Student reports on space camp trip (10/24/07)
There were no action items on the agenda for the Jackson school board. However, several topics were discussed at the meeting Tuesday. Student Brandon Hahs described his experience at space camp, which he attended Sept. 22 to 27 in Huntsville, Ala. The camp was for visually impaired students. His teacher, Pam Arbeiter, attended as a chaperone. He participated in space station "missions" and simulations, constructed a rocket and climbed a rock wall...
Mo. woman whose life sentence was commuted 3 years ago is released (10/24/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A domestic violence victim whose life sentence for murder was commuted three years ago walked out of a northwest Missouri prison a free woman Wednesday morning. Betty Coleman's case was not related to domestic violence, but an anti-domestic violence group took up her cause anyway, saying she was abused by the boyfriend who participated with her in the slaying of a potential witness in a burglary case against the boyfriend, Doyle Williams...
Two killed, another injured in Wayne County crash (10/24/07)
PIEDMONT, Mo. (AP) -- A St. Louis man has been released from the hospital, after a two-vehicle crash in Wayne County that killed a father and daughter, hospital officials said Wednesday. Killed in Monday's crash were Richard Mell, 41, of Patterson and his 14-year-old daughter, Ariel. Gary Volz, 42, of St. Louis had been taken to a hospital in Poplar Bluff in serious condition, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. He has since been released, hospital employees said...
St. Louis works to develop a brand (10/24/07)
ST. LOUIS -- St. Louis wants to make a memorable impression, so a new brand image was unveiled for the city on Tuesday, like many a consumer product before it. It's a bit of a play on the city's name, with the wording, "St. Lou is all within reach," and includes a graphic representation of the Gateway Arch bridging the intentional space in the St. Louis wording...
Advocates: Teens' breakout doesn't mean Missouri youth justice system is broken (10/24/07)
ST. LOUIS -- Missouri's innovative youth justice system, one that is gentler and built on trust, is still a national model, child advocates say, despite a breakout of nine teens from an all-boys home over the weekend. Local and national advocates say one incident is no reason to blame the Missouri model...
Bolivar teen dies after confrontation over $250 debt (10/24/07)
BOLIVAR, Mo. -- A man has been charged with killing a southwest Missouri man who apparently was trying to collect a $250 debt. John Michael Loomis, who moved to Bolivar from Carmichael, Calif., a month ago, was arrested Saturday and charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action in the death of Christopher Cornell, 19, of Bolivar. Loomis' girlfriend, Josiellena Donna Schaefer, 22, is charged with abandonment of a corpse for allegedly helping hide Cornell's body...
Court agrees Mo. has no property right to bridge (10/24/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- An appeals court Tuesday upheld the dismissal of Attorney General Jay Nixon's lawsuit challenging a state agency's decision to abandon its interest in an old railroad bridge. The Missouri Court of Appeals ruling supports an earlier lower court decision that said the state has no property right to the Missouri River bridge in Boonville, Mo. ...
Sales of existing homes fall by largest amount on record (10/24/07)
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sales of existing homes plunged by a record amount in September while median home prices dropped by the largest amount in nearly a year, reflecting deepening problems in the troubled housing market. Analysts said the current downturn is already more severe than the housing slump of the 1990s and they predicted before it is resolved it will rival the 1980-82 housing slump when the industry was battered by double-digit mortgage rates and a steep economic downturn...
Compromise reached on interstate meat shipments (10/24/07)
WASHINGTON -- Small meat plants that operate under state inspection programs would be allowed to ship their foods across state lines under a compromise included Tuesday in the Senate's proposed farm bill. The agreement reached by a coalition of consumer, labor and farm groups comes amid growing concerns about food safety after last month's massive recall of hamburger meat contaminated with E. coli bacteria...
Mortgage lenders pressured to offer borrowers relief (10/24/07)
LOS ANGELES -- Countrywide Financial Corp., the nation's largest mortgage lender, said Tuesday it will begin calling borrowers to offer refinancing or modifications on $16 billion in loans with interest rates set to adjust by the end of 2008. But as defaults and foreclosures snowball, the mortgage industry is under increasing pressure to do even more to help financially strapped borrowers hang on to their homes...
Bush promises federal help for wildfire victims (10/24/07)
WASHINGTON -- President Bush mobilized federal emergency assistance Tuesday on behalf of Southern California officials struggling with devastating wildfires, and scheduled a visit to the stricken region on Thursday. "The president wants to travel to California to witness firsthand what the people there are going through with these wildfires," White House press secretary Dana Perino said. ...
Firefighters all but concede defeat to raging California wildfires (10/24/07)
SAN DIEGO -- Faced with unrelenting winds whipping wildfires into a frenzy across Southern California, firefighters conceded defeat on many fronts Tuesday to an unstoppable force that has chased more than 500,000 people away. Unless the shrieking Santa Ana winds subside, and that's not expected for at least another day, fire crews say they can do little more than try to wait it out and react -- tamping out spot fires and chasing ribbons of airborne embers to keep new fires from flaring...
Senate reverses Bush's education, health cuts as veto battle looms (10/24/07)
WASHINGTON -- Democrats are reversing President Bush's cuts to education, health research and grants to local communities as they gird for Bush's first-ever veto of a regular appropriations bill. By a 75-19 vote, the Senate gave bipartisan approval to a huge health and education spending bill that will likely be the first of the fiscal 2008 spending bills Democrats will ship to the White House to start a veto battle involving the budget for almost every domestic agency...
Maine school board to consider limiting contraceptives at middle school (10/24/07)
PORTLAND, Maine -- A local school board will consider limiting student access to birth control pills and patches at a middle school's health center. Earlier this month, the Portland School Committee approved a plan that made King Middle School the first middle school in Maine to offer a full range of contraception to students in grades six through eight, when most students are 11 to 13 years old, according to state officials...
Two co-defendants plead to reduced charges in O.J. Simpson robbery case (10/24/07)
LAS VEGAS -- Two co-defendants pleaded guilty to reduced charges Tuesday in the O.J. Simpson armed robbery case, agreeing to testify against Simpson and three others in the alleged hotel room theft of sports collectibles from two memorabilia dealers...
Ex-Fed chair: Home prices a problem, but recession unlikely (10/24/07)
CHICAGO -- Alan Greenspan said Tuesday that a bloated inventory of new homes has unsettled the U.S. economy but expressed optimism the nation will avoid a recession. The former Federal Reserve chairman told a group of business and finance executives that chances of a recession are "definitely less than 50-50" but cautioned that great uncertainty remains...
Tainted Chinese products causing 'fear and uncertainty' (10/24/07)
WASHINGTON -- Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said Tuesday that the recalls of tainted Chinese products were causing fear among U.S. consumers. He called on China to take bold moves to address that and other economic problems facing the two countries...
Treasury chief urges Congress to act on AMT fix (10/24/07)
WASHINGTON -- Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson warned lawmakers Tuesday that delays in enacting a temporary fix to the alternative minimum tax could cause millions of taxpayers to experience delays in receiving their refunds. In a letter to Congress, Paulson also again warned Congress that failure to pass an AMT fix would expose 21 million mostly unsuspecting taxpayers to the minimum tax -- and an average tax increase of $2,000...
Space shuttle lifts off for complex mission (10/24/07)
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Shuttle Discovery and its crew of seven thundered into orbit Tuesday, setting off on the most challenging space station construction mission yet that will pave the way for the arrival of two science labs in a few months. NASA pulled off the on-time launch -- the third one in a row -- after determining that a small patch of ice on fuel tank plumbing posed no danger. Indeed, most if not all of the ice harmlessly shook loose when the booster rockets and engines ignited...
Texas judge cultivates reputation for being tough on crime in busiest death penalty state (10/24/07)
AUSTIN, Texas -- The path to the nation's busiest death chamber winds through a court of last resort where the presiding judge recently refused to keep her office open past 5 p.m. to accept a last-minute appeal from an inmate about to be executed. Judge Sharon Keller's relentless tough-on-crime approach earned her the nickname "Killer Keller," and condemned prisoners in Texas know she is unlikely to spare them from a lethal injection...
Heavy rain floods areas of New Orleans (10/24/07)
NEW ORLEANS -- The deluge of rain that flooded streets eased dramatically Tuesday, a day after high water disrupted businesses, closed schools and swamped areas still recovering from Hurricane Katrina. After more than 8 inches of rain drenched the city Monday, Mayor Ray Nagin shut city hall early and schools were closed across the city. Waist-high water in parts of eastern New Orleans soaked businesses, some of which had only recently reopened after being damaged by Katrina in 2005...
Thousands protest Venezuelan reforms (10/24/07)
CARACAS, Venezuela -- Thousands of university students scuffled with police and government supporters during a protest Tuesday against constitutional reforms that would let President Hugo Chavez run for re-election indefinitely. Police tossed tear gas canisters into the crowd of opposition students after bottle-throwing clashes broke out with a smaller group of pro-Chavez demonstrators near the National Assembly. ...
Former Pakistani P.M. receives death threat (10/24/07)
KARACHI, Pakistan -- Former prime minister Benazir Bhutto said Tuesday she had received a new death threat but will start campaigning in Pakistani cities in the next couple of days, avoiding mass rallies. Five days after the suicide bombing that killed at least 136 at her homecoming procession in Karachi, Bhutto said her lawyer received a letter from an unidentified "friend of al-Qaida" threatening to slaughter her "like a goat."...
Troop increase, concerned citizens credited with low death toll in Iraq (10/24/07)
BAGHDAD -- October is on course to record the second consecutive decline in U.S. military and Iraqi civilian deaths, and Americans commanders say they know why: the U.S. troop increase and an Iraqi groundswell against al-Qaida and Shiite militia extremists...
Player of the Week: Matt Lang, Jackson football (10/24/07)
In a big game, you couldn't ask for a much better final 5 minutes. Jackson senior Matt Lang blocked an extra point, caught a 78-yard pass that set up a touchdown, kicked the game-winning extra point and then intercepted a pass on Eureka's final offensive play Friday night at Jackson...
Unbeaten Jackson climbs to No. 2 in poll (10/24/07)
Jackson's dramatic victory 21-20 over then-No. 2 ranked Eureka on Friday night was noted statewide, as the Indians climbed three spots to claim the Wildcats' ranking in Class 5 in the Missouri sportswriters and broadcasters poll. Jackson, which improved to 8-0 with the victory in its District 1 opener, collected 41 points. Kirkwood (7-0) continued to lead Class 5 with all 12 first-place votes for 60 points...
Notre Dame volleyball claims district title with sweep in final (10/24/07)
Notre Dame captured the championship in the Class 3 District 1 tournament Tuesday night at Dexter, beating Kennett 25-19, 25-21 in a district semifinal and then defeating Dexter 25-18, 25-22 in the championship. The Bulldogs (15-14-2) were led by senior Paige Schumer in the first match. Schumer, who was sidelined for the past two seasons because of injuries, had 21 assists. Junior Kelsey Bradshaw added 17 digs, and junior Taylor Sanders had nine kills...
Bell City rings up another district crown (10/24/07)
Bell City senior Rachel Spears certainly has a one-track mind these days. After the Cubs played in the Class 1 state volleyball championship tournament the past two years but failed to bring home a title either time, she wants it this year -- badly...
Redhawks keep streak alive with five-game win (10/24/07)
The Southeast Missouri State volleyball team won its seventh straight match Tuesday night, beating visiting Eastern Illinois in five games. Southeast (15-10, 10-4) pulled out a 30-13, 24-30, 27-30, 30-28, 15-10 victory to remain tied for third place in the 11-team OVC. The Redhawks are just one game out of first place...
Ex-Bell City star Bogan loses weight for freshman season at Southeast (10/24/07)
At 6-feet-10 and about 290 pounds, Will Bogan will be one of the biggest players in the Ohio Valley Conference. He just won't be quite as big as he was last year, when he was the area's dominant high school performer. Bogan's loss of about 30 pounds since he graduated from Bell City High School, along with his overall improved physique, strength and stamina, are just a few of the reasons he is expected to receive playing time during his rookie college season...
Redhawks' Nixon looks for another OVC crown (10/24/07)
Southeast Missouri State women's basketball coach John Ishee doesn't think it's fair that Tarina Nixon seems to get overlooked around the Ohio Valley Conference. The soft-spoken junior point guard doesn't really mind, as she would rather let her play on the court, and resulting team success, prove she belongs among the OVC's elite...
St. Louis releases Terrell after assault charge (10/24/07)
ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Rams released offensive guard Claude Terrell after he was arrested early Tuesday and charged with assaulting his wife at a suburban Houston hotel. The Rams announced Terrell's release in a news release. A spokesman declined to comment further...
Colorado plays role of Series newcomer (10/24/07)
BOSTON -- Jeff Francis looked at Fenway Park and sounded like the wide-eyed World Series rookie he is. "I'm sure the Red Sox are used to this every day," he said Tuesday, with more than a bit of awe, "but we've never seen anything like this, the bus pulling up into the parking lot, and the trailers and the satellite dishes."...
Kariya, Boyes lead Blues past Ducks (10/24/07)
ST. LOUIS -- Paul Kariya had a goal and three assists, and Brad Boyes scored twice as the St. Louis Blues kept Anaheim winless on the road by beating the Ducks 4-2 Tuesday night. Kariya, a key free agent acquisition, has nine assists and 11 points for the Blues in his first seven games. Boyes has six goals and two assists...
Chiefs' Allen seeks thrills, QBs (10/24/07)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- He ran with the bulls in Pamplona and went after wild boar with a knife. List the most dangerous things Jared Allen has done in 2007, and crashing into 300-pound tackles and guards ranks no higher than third. "Life's too short to put anything on hold," Kansas City's thrill-seeking defensive end says with a big grin. "I go out and enjoy life."...
Sights and sounds of the Napa Valley harvest season (10/24/07)
NAPA, Calif. -- Harvest on the vineyards begins hours before dawn, with bright lights moving slowly between rows of grapes. The motor of a tractor hums. Workers yell. Freshly picked grapes get tossed into bins. After the grapes are brought in they are sorted, then crushed, before fermentation begins...
Around your house 10/24/07 (10/24/07)
KITCHEN The once lonely world of stand mixers is getting crowded. Recently, KitchenAid's long dominance of this kitchen appliance niche (in some circles "KitchenAid" has become a synonym for stand mixer), has been challenged by Cuisinart and monster stove giant Viking. ...
A few fall submissions (10/24/07)
Don't you just love going to community dinners that are sponsored by organizations trying to raise money for their individual cause? You can feast on chicken and dumplings, fried fish, kettle beef and now chicken pie. Grace United Methodist Church is having a chicken pie dinner featuring their old-fashioned chicken pie. ...
Bright ideas (10/24/07)
The fall rain has arrived in town, which signifies a near end to lazy outdoor evenings. But, with the week or two we have left before winter takes over, I've decided to throw one last shindig. The table settings are ready (earthy to represent harvest time), my menu's all outlined (butternut squash soup and eggplant casserole), and I've sent my e-mail and text message invitations ("Dinner at my place. After game. Bring a pumpkin.")...
'Sopranos' creator defends famous finale, says fans were bloodthirsty (10/24/07)
NEW YORK -- Just when we had made our peace with "The Sopranos" finale and moved on with our lives, David Chase has stirred things up again. Breaking his silence months after the HBO mob drama ended its run, he is offering a belated explanation for that blackout at the restaurant. ...
Edwin Lee (10/24/07)
COMMERCE, Mo. -- Edwin Lee, 66, of Commerce died Tuesday at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City.
Sachse infant (10/24/07)
An infant of Tom Lee and Cheryl Ann Hacker Sachse of Friedheim was stillborn Monday, Oct. 8, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. Survivors include parents; two brothers, Eli and Job Sachse of the home; maternal grandparents, Earl and Delores Hacker of Uniontown, Mo.; paternal grandmother, Edith Sachse of Oak Ridge; maternal great-grandmother, Gertrude Hacker of Crosstown, Mo.; and paternal great-grandmother, Lucille Scholz of Gorham, Ill...
Norman Schlegel (10/24/07)
Norman C. Schlegel, 83, of Cape Girardeau passed away Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007, at his home. He was born Sept. 27, 1924, in Cape Girardeau, son of the late Otto H.A. and Alma Helwege Schlegel. He and Ruth G. Seabaugh were married Nov. 10, 1945, at Trinity Lutheran Church in San Diego, Calif., by the Rev. Paul A. Hilgendorf...
Marie Waite (10/24/07)
MOUND CITY, Ill. -- Marie Waite, 93, of Mound City died Monday, Oct. 22, 2007, at Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born Nov. 7, 1913, in Clinton, Ky., daughter of Arthur and Virginia Bugg. She was raised by grandparents, Colonel and Sammy Remley and C.C. and Molly Bugg. She and Claude "Pistol" Waite were married in 1946. He died in 1964...
Marvin Deneke (10/24/07)
Marvin L. Deneke, 83, of Cape Girardeau passed away Sunday, Oct. 21, 2007, at Southeast Missouri Hospital. He was born Jan. 6, 1924, in Gordonville, son of William A. and Pauline A. Nothdurft Deneke. He and Mary L. Kyger were married Sept. 3, 1983, in Gordonville. She passed away April 15, 2006...
Margaret Moore (10/24/07)
Margaret Marie Moore, 85, of Cape Girardeau died Monday, Oct. 22, 2007, at the Lutheran Home. She was born July 26, 1922, in Cape Girardeau County, daughter of Oscar and Mary Puchbauer Geiser. She and Otto O. Moore were married June 14, 1942, at Gordonville. He died Feb. 2, 2000...
Paul Davidson (10/24/07)
Paul A. Davidson, 85, of Scott City died Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2007, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Scott City is in charge of arrangements.
Births 10/24/07 (10/24/07)
Prost; Shadron; Atteberry; Jones; Tankersley
Cape police report 10/24/07 (10/24/07)
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Cape/Jackson fire report 10/24/07 (10/24/07)
n At 5:54 p.m., emergency medical service in the 800 block of Good Hope Street. n At 8:21 p.m., emergency medical service in the 200 block of O'Connell Drive. n At 9:23 p.m., a motor vehicle accident in the unit block of Spanish Street. n At 9:36 p.m., emergency medical service in the 1400 block of North Henderson Avenue...
Out of the past 10/24/07 (10/24/07)
Mission Sunday is observed at Good Shepherd Lutheran Chapel, with Dr. Clarence Rittmann as guest speaker; Rittmann spent his first 40 years in the ministry as a missionary in India. "Under the Big Top" was the theme for the 1982 Southeast Missouri State University Homecoming yesterday; the day began with the traditional parade, which this year drew several thousand spectators; the highlight of the day was the 50-34 win of the Indians over Lincoln University at Houck Stadium before 7,000 fans...
Week to remember shows off new River Campus (10/24/07)
"Big River," the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, is rolling tonight, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Bedell Theater at Southeast Missouri State University's new River Campus. I understand tickets are still available. ...
Get your flu shot (10/24/07)
This may sound like your mother: Have you had your flu shot? You've been reminded. There is plenty of vaccine this year. There are clinics being held at several handy locations. So what's your excuse? The Cape Girardeau Public Health Center has already held some clinics, and there are several more opportunities to get flu shots at clinics offered by the health center:...
Red House appreciates support (10/24/07)
To the editor:The Red House Interpretive Center board would like to thank the fundraiser committee -- Deb Baughn, Boots Jessup, Linda Royce, Morgan Lake, Bev Hahs, Brenda Schloss, Judy Holcomb and Sharron Bednar -- for its work in planning and preparing for the recent party. ...
Emissions cause permit rejection (10/24/07)
To the editor:On Oct. 18, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment became the first government agency in the United States to cite carbon dioxide emissions as the reason for rejecting an air permit for proposed coal-fired power plants. This comes at a time when Congress is attempting to finalize an energy policy that will begin to shift the nation away from reliance on fossil fuels toward more use of renewable sources in an effort to reduce our impact on climate change...
Britney is nothing special (10/24/07)
To the editor:Now that Ellen DeGeneres has the spotlight with the adopted dog she gave away getting taken from that family, I just wonder what Britney Spears will do to get back into the top spot. Maybe another breakdown? Rehab again? What about an original idea for her: singing and dancing lessons...
Speak Out 10/24/07 (10/24/07)
Less incentive; Troubled church; Alienating Turkey; Ethanol con job; No discrimination; Tempered words; Back the board; Traffic comes first; Jetton's veneer; Student socialization; Paying for coverage; Useful instruction; Turning the tables
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