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Stories from Friday, March 30, 2012

Southeast hoping hotel, Greek village will ease housing squeeze (03/30/12)
While a new residence hall opening in fall 2013 will lessen some of the student housing squeeze at Southeast Missouri State University, officials are hopeful partnerships to build a hotel and a Greek village could mean more space is on the horizon. In fall 2011, the university enrolled 11,510 students and assigned housing contracts to 3,017, filling residence halls to the brim. ...
Corps wants floodway farmers' lawsuit dismissed (03/30/12)
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking to quash a class-action lawsuit brought by more than 140 Southeast Missouri farmers who are seeking millions in damages caused by last May's intentional breaching of the levee protecting the Birds Point-New Madrid Floodway...
Texas company to provide Southeast's ER with doctors (03/30/12)
A Texas-based company has been hired to provide physicians for SoutheastHEALTH's emergency department and hospitalist program. The hospital has entered into a multiyear agreement with EmCare Inc., which provides physician staffing at more than 500 hospitals in 40 states. The company provides doctors to seven hospitals in Missouri, including most recently Center Point Medical Center in Independence, Mo., said David Copple, vice president of business development for EmCare...
Cape County voters to receive new ID cards (03/30/12)
The Cape Girardeau County clerk's office will this week be sending voters new identification cards designed to eventually expedite the check-in process at polling sites.
Kennett woman facing arson charge (03/30/12)
KENNETT, Mo. -- A 25-year-old Kennett woman is charged with arson after allegedly setting fire to a house. According to Dunklin County Prosecuting Attorney Stephen Sokoloff, Sherry Thomas is facing charges of second-degree arson stemming from an investigation of a Tuesday afternoon fire that destroyed a home at 1416 Ballard St...
Cape Girardeau County murder suspect arraignment set for April 24 (03/30/12)
UNION, Mo. -- An April 24 arraignment has been set for Ryan Harkey, the Jackson man accused of murder in a December stabbing outside of a Cape Girardeau bar. The case is being heard in Franklin County on a change of venue that was granted on March 19...
Cape County to begin rebuilding park shelter by taking frame bids (03/30/12)
The Cape Girardeau County Commission agreed Thursday to advertise for bids to begin rebuilding Shelter 8 in Cape County Park North. Contractors that will provide the shelter's structural steel frame will be invited to bid. Shelter 8 was demolished along with Shelter 7 to create space for Melaina's Magical Playland, an all-accessible playground that broke ground this month...
MoDOT announces highway striping schedule (03/30/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Missouri Department of Transportation crews are at work striping area state routes, including highways 72 and 34 in Cape Girardeau, Bollinger, Madison and Wayne counties. Weather permitting, striping work will be underway from 7 a.m. ...
Fundraiser for memorial road signs is Saturday at Cape County Park (03/30/12)
Heroes Way will hold its annual March for Memories at 10 a.m. Saturday at Cape County Park North. The event will recognize all fallen soldiers from Missouri and raise money for memorial highway signs. For more information, contact Amanda Davis at 573-579-6980 or andavisheroesway@yahoo.com or visit http://www.heroesway.org/missouri...
Area group organizes third Cape Girardeau bone marrow registry drive (03/30/12)
The Cape Girardeau County Area Medical Society Alliance is holding a free bone marrow registry drive Friday at Southeast Hospital. The process involves submitting four self-administered cheek swabs and completing a medical checklist and registration form, said Denise Mosley, account executive for Be the Match Registry, the national registry of bone marrow donors...
Utility work to close part of South Old Orchard Road in Jackson (03/30/12)
Jackson city contractors will close South Old Orchard Road from East Main Street to Bainbridge Road on Tuesday and Wednesday to replace a utility pole. Depending on weather, the road should reopen Thursday morning. For more information, contact Rodney Bollinger, director of Public Works, at 243-2300...
Route Z in Scott County reduced for pavement repairs (03/30/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Route Z in Scott County will be reduced to one lane Monday as Missouri Department of Transportation crews make pavement repairs. This section of road is from U.S. 61 to County Road 480. Weather permitting, the work will be done from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area. For more information, contact MoDOT's Customer Service Center at 888-275-6636 or visit www.modot.org/southeast...
Highway 74 bridge in Cape County reduced for repairs (03/30/12)
The Highway 74 bridge over Interstate 55 at the Dutchtown exit will be reduced to one lane next week as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform bridge repairs. Weather permitting, work will take place from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Signs will mark the work zone, and motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area. For more information, contact MoDOT's Customer Service Center at 888-275-6636 or visit www.modot.org/southeast...
Bridge work closes Route HH in Stoddard County (03/30/12)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Route HH between Route CC and Highway 153 in Stoddard County will be closed in April as contractor crews perform bridge maintenance. Weather permitting, work will begin at 7 a.m. April 16 and will conclude by 5 p.m. April 30. The work zone will be marked with signs. Motorists are urged to use caution while traveling near the area. For more information, contact MoDOT's Customer Service Center at 888-275-6636 or visit www.modot.org/southeast...
Circus ambassadors visit Jackson library (03/30/12)
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus ambassadors Dave and Cherie entertain children while reading "If I Ran the Circus" by Dr. Seuss Thursday, March 29, 2012, at the Jackson Public Library. "The Greatest Show on Earth" will present Barnum Bash April 27 to 29 at the Show Me Center...
Cape Girardeau Fire Department trains for water rescues (03/30/12)
Firefighter/EMT Jamie Hann, left, and firefighter/EMT Trenton Goodale pilot Marine 1 down the Mississippi River while conducting water rescue training Thursday. The Cape Girardeau Fire Department operates one of the few water rescue units between St. Louis and Memphis, covering about 75 miles of the Mississippi River...
Mo. judge strikes down voter ID ballot summary (03/30/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A trial judge has struck down the ballot summary for a proposed amendment to the Missouri Constitution that would have cleared the way for requiring voters to show photo identification. Missouri lawmakers developed the summary when they approved the measure. But Cole County Circuit Judge Pat Joyce struck down the ballot summary and concluded that it is insufficient and unfair. In a ruling signed earlier this week, Joyce left it to the Legislature to revise...
Mo. Senate votes to override veto on workers' comp (03/30/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Senate voted Thursday to override Gov. Jay Nixon's earlier veto of a bill that would change workers' compensation laws by barring some lawsuits over workplace injuries.
Trail of Tears markers to be unveiled in SW Mo. (03/30/12)
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) -- People will soon find it easier to retrace the path Cherokee Indians took through southwest Missouri as they traveled the Trail of Tears in the 1840s. The Springfield News-Leader (http://sgfnow.co/GYqJpm ) reported that the ceremony is planned for April 7 to unveil six new Trail of Tears National Historic Trail signs and 21 Greene County historic markers...
Warm weather could boost Mo. turkey population (03/30/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Missouri Department of Conservation says a mild winter and early spring could help turkey hunters in the long run. Department scientist Jason Isabelle says the condition of Missouri's wild turkey population is as good as possible for this time of the year, meaning hens could have a productive year...
Missouri judge upholds prayer ballot summary (03/30/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A Missouri judge has upheld the ballot summary for a proposed constitutional amendment on public prayer. The proposed amendment asserts the right in Missouri to pray in public places as long as doing so does not disturb the peace. It also says that students may express their religious beliefs and cannot be compelled to participate in assignments that violate those beliefs...
Mo. lawmakers approve health care legislation (03/30/12)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Employers could refuse to provide health insurance coverage for birth control under legislation approved Thursday by the Missouri Senate, while the House passed a separate measure that would permit health care workers to refuse to participate in procedures that violate their ethical or religious beliefs...
Justices meet today to vote on health care case (03/30/12)
WASHINGTON -- While the public has to wait until June, the justices of the Supreme Court will know the likely outcome of the historic health care case by the time they go home this weekend. After months of anticipation, thousands of pages of briefs and more than six hours of arguments, the justices will vote on the fate of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul in less than an hour this morning. ...
House approves $3.6T Republican deficit-cutting plan (03/30/12)
WASHINGTON -- A divided House approved a $3.6 trillion Republican budget on Thursday recasting Medicare and imposing sweeping cuts in domestic programs, capping a battle that gave both political parties a campaign-season stage to spotlight their warring deficit-cutting priorities...
Michigan militia head, son plead guilty to gun charge (03/30/12)
DETROIT -- A Michigan militia leader and his son pleaded guilty Thursday to possessing a machine gun, giving prosecutors their only gain in a domestic terror trial that was upended when the judge dismissed charges of plotting war against the government...
New video raises doubts about Florida gunman's story (03/30/12)
MIAMI -- Newly released police video of a handcuffed George Zimmerman may be important for what it doesn't show: No obvious cuts, scrapes, blood or bandages. No clearly broken nose. No plainly visible evidence of a life-and-death struggle with Trayvon Martin...
More autism cases reported, likely from better, wider testing (03/30/12)
ATLANTA -- One child out of 88 is believed to have autism or a related disorder, an increase in the rate attributed largely to wider screening. Advocacy groups seized on the new number as further evidence that autism research and services should get more attention...
Chinese company PetroChina passes Exxon in oil production (03/30/12)
NEW YORK -- A big shift is happening in Big Oil: an American giant now ranks behind a Chinese upstart. Exxon Mobil is no longer the world's biggest publicly traded producer of oil. For the first time, that distinction belongs to a 13-year-old Chinese company called PetroChina. The Beijing company was created by the Chinese government to secure more oil for that nation's booming economy...
States anticipate tax jackpot from $540M Mega Millions (03/30/12)
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- People lining up for Mega Millions tickets aren't the only ones salivating over the record $540 million jackpot that could be won today -- some state governments struggling through lean times know a hometown winner would bring a tax bonanza...
Govs tour plant to see ‘pink slime' (03/30/12)
SOUTH SIOUX CITY, Neb. -- Governors of three states toured a plant that makes "pink slime" in a bid to persuade grossed-out consumers to accept the processed beef trimmings as safe. The governors of Texas, Iowa, and Kansas -- and lieutenant governors in Nebraska and South Dakota -- toured the main Beef Products Inc. plant to see how the textured beef product is made...
Apple assembly line workers get pay raise, fewer hours (03/30/12)
NEW YORK -- Chinese workers who often spend more than 60 hours per week assembling iPhones and iPads will have their overtime hours curbed and their pay increased after a labor auditor hired by Apple Inc. inspected their factories. The Fair Labor Association says Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., the Taiwanese company that runs the factories in China, is committing to a reduction of weekly work time to 49 hours, the legal Chinese maximum...
Today in History (03/30/12)
Today is Friday, March 30, the 90th day of 2012. There are 276 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 30, 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot and seriously injured in an assassination attempt outside a Washington, D.C., hotel by John W. Hinckley Jr. Wounded along with Reagan were his press secretary, James Brady, Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy, and District of Columbia police officer Thomas Delahanty...
Sunni rulers largely shun Iraq at one-day Arab League summit (03/30/12)
BAGHDAD -- Sunni Muslim rulers largely shunned an Arab League summit hosted by Shiite-led Iraq on Thursday, illustrating how powerfully the sectarian split and the rivalry with Iran define Middle Eastern politics in the era of the Arab Spring. The crisis in Syria is the epicenter of those divisions. ...
U.K. hacking scandal claims 3rd senior police figure (03/30/12)
LONDON -- Scotland Yard's communications chief resigned Thursday, the third senior police figure to part with his job over the force's failure to come to grips with Britain's phone hacking scandal. Dick Fedorcio stepped down after the police force decided he would face disciplinary proceedings over a contract awarded to a former executive at Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct News of the World tabloid. ...
Spain engulfed by anti-austerity strike (03/30/12)
MADRID -- Spanish workers enraged by austerity-driven labor reforms to prevent the nation from becoming Europe's next bailout victim slowed down the country's economy in a general strike Thursday, closing factories and clashing with police as the new-center right government tried to convince investors the nation isn't headed for a financial meltdown...
Israel braces for annual Arab protests (03/30/12)
JERUSALEM -- Israel on Thursday stepped up preparations a day before a series of planned Arab protests, deploying thousands of troops and police across the country and along its borders in anticipation of possible violence. Today Israeli Arabs and Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza are marking Land Day, an annual protest against what they say are discriminatory Israeli land policies. ...
High school roundup: Poplar Bluff rallies past Central 10-5 (03/30/12)
All the local high school events reported Thursday to the Southeast Missourian.
Tennessee-Martin defeats Southeast Missouri State softball team 3-2 (03/30/12)
The Southeast Missouri State softball team has pulled off several late comebacks during Ohio Valley Conference play. Southeast was poised for another one Thursday, but Tennessee-Martin had other ideas. The host Redhawks loaded the bases with nobody out in the bottom of the seventh and final inning but failed to score...
Southeast Missouri State baseball team looks to end school-record losing streak at Eastern Illinois (03/30/12)
The Southeast Missouri State baseball team has played only three of its scheduled 27 Ohio Valley Conference games, so the Redhawks have plenty of time to get on track. But the Redhawks would prefer not to lose any more ground in the OVC race when they play their second conference series and first on the road...
Blackhawks down Blues in shootout (03/30/12)
St. Louis rallied late to force overtime but lost 4-3
Sanchez answers questions about health in Marlins' win over Cards (03/30/12)
JUPITER, Fla. -- Anibal Sanchez put to rest any questions about the Miami Marlins' rotation. Sanchez allowed a run over five innings, including Carlos Beltran's second homer, and the Miami Marlins beat the St. Louis Cardinals 3-1 on Thursday. Sanchez had been limited to three starts this spring because of a sore shoulder. He gave up two hits and a walk...
Watch out - it's not as easy as the packaging says (03/30/12)
There are many things that frighten me: the sound of gunshots in my neighborhood, for example. In MY neighborhood. Or hearing strange noises in the night and awakening to find someone is trying to break the kitchen window. Yes, that scares me. But just a chilling, in their own ways, are certain words...
Photo albums related to Nazi art theft unveiled (03/30/12)
Associated Press DALLAS (AP) -- Among the items U.S. soldiers seized from Adolf Hitler's Bavarian Alps hideaway in the closing days of World War II were albums meticulously documenting an often forgotten Nazi crime -- the massive pillaging of artwork and other cultural items as German troops marched through Europe...
The real da Vinci code: Louvre unlocks last work (03/30/12)
PARIS (AP) -- An intense and controversial restoration of the last great work by Leonardo da Vinci went before the public Thursday at the Louvre Museum, revealing "The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne" in the full panoply of hues and detail painted by the Renaissance master 500 years ago...
In its bicentennial celebration, the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia will put dozens of show-stopping treasures on display (03/30/12)
PHILADELPHIA -- The Academy of Natural Sciences has never been one to brag. Its 225,000 annual visitors may associate the nation's oldest natural history museum solely with dioramas and dinosaurs, but behind the scenes there is groundbreaking research conducted by world-renowned scientists and an enviable collection of some 18 million specimens representing all manner of animal, vegetable and mineral...
‘Comedy' benefiting Relay for Life (03/30/12)
Louie Benson encourages everyone to bring their sense of humor to Port Cape Girardeau tonight and leave their baggage at the door for "Comedy for a Cure." Proceeds from the show will go toward the American Cancer Society via Relay for Life. "Comedy for a Cure" is the brainchild of Benson, a local comedian who lost his mother to cancer several years ago...
Movies are making us (and our kids) read (03/30/12)
Let's face it: The act of merely watching the movie is frowned upon if there happens to be a book attached to its premise. If you can't go to bat for the book, the assumption seems to be that you "don't understand the whole story" or "you are too lazy to read" or "you aren't smart enough" or "you don't care as much about the film as others who took the time to read about it."...
Best Bet 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
The Southeast Missouri State University Department of Music will deliver a jazz-filled night tonight at Buckner Brewing Co. The evening will start with a set by two jazz combos made up of some of the department's strongest soloists. Southeast's premier big band, the Studio Jazz Ensemble and their Jazz Lab Band will also perform. The show will begin at 8 p.m. and is expected to end around 11 p.m. Admission to the event is free...
Southeast professor to present new 3-D film at public screening (03/30/12)
What began as a brainstorming session with a friend in 2007 turned into a short experimental 3-D film about friendship and sacrifice called "JUNKBOXX." The film, in production for three years, will be presented at 7 p.m. Monday in the Rust Flexible Theater at the River Campus...
ARTifacts 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
Aaron Horrell from the Painted Wren Gallery at the Bilderbach Art Plaza in Cape Girardeau will host a two-day outdoor photography workshop April 21, in conjunction with photographer Victor Kantchev and the Arts Council of Southeast Missouri. The first day of the workshop will be held at General Watkins Conservation Area in Scott County, and the second day will be held at a later date in a computer laboratory to review the best shots. ...
Larry VonNida (03/30/12)
ANNA, Ill. — Larry G. VonNida, 66, of Anna died Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at his home. Crain Funeral Home in Anna is in charge of arrangements.
Raymond Blattel (03/30/12)
ORAN, Mo. — Raymond Blattel, 91, of Oran died Thursday, March 29, 2012, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. Arrangements are incomplete at Amick-Burnett Funeral Chapel in Oran.
George Britt (03/30/12)
OLMSTED, Ill. -- George A. Britt, 87, of Olmsted passed away Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at his home. He was born Dec. 6, 1924, in rural Olmsted, son of George L. and Blanche Caudle Britt. George was a World War II Army veteran. He was a member and past treasurer of Center United Methodist Church near Olmsted; a 50-year member and past master of Caledonia Lodge 47 AF/AM of Olive Branch, Ill.; a Shriner; member of York Rites; member of American Legion Post 178 of Villa Ridge, Ill.; lifetime member of Pulaski County Memorial VFW Post 8891 in Mounds, Ill.; member of the area Veterans Burial Ritual Team; member of the Amateur Ham Radio; and a 30-year member of Southern Illinois Airstream Campers Society.. ...
Roy Garris (03/30/12)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Roy Lee Garris, 64, of Perryville died Thursday, March 29, 2012, at his home. He was born Feb. 4, 1948, in St. Louis, son of Roy and Irene Vessels Garris. He and Barbara Ann Colin were married Aug. 12, 1970, at Perryville. Roy worked in the maintenance department for the Perry County School District 30 years. He was a member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses in Perryville...
Marvin Hill (03/30/12)
MARBLE HILL, Mo. -- Marvin Henry Hill, 93, of Marble Hill passed away Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at Woodland Hills Nursing Home. He was born Sept. 2, 1918, in Grassy, Mo., son of James and Rosa Moore Hill. Marvin joined the U.S. Army in May 1941 and served through May 1945. ...
Joanne Parker (03/30/12)
Joanne Marie Parker, 79, of Jackson passed away Sunday, March 25, 2012, at Monticello House. She was born May 1, 1932, in Cape Girardeau, daughter of Benjamin Henry and Sybil Marie Carmack Kimbel. She and Delbert Parker were married June 23, 1950, in Piggott, Ark. He preceded her in death...
Jane Seabaugh (03/30/12)
ANNA, Ill. -- Jane Ligon Seabaugh, 70, of Anna died Wednesday, March 28, 2012, at St. John's Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. She was born Aug. 4, 1941, in Anna, daughter of Harvey Lee and Helen I. Church Ligon. She married Ernest Seabaugh Oct. 28, 1987...
Cape Girardeau fire report 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
Firefighters responded to the following calls Tuesday:...
Cape Girardeau police report 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
The Cape Girardeau Police Department released the following items. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests...
Jackson police and fire reports 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
The Jackson Police Department released the following items. Theft Firefighters responded to the following call Wednesday:...
Out of the past 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
The weather man delivers an April Fool's Day prank, as snow falls during the day and freezing temperatures hover in the area in the evening; gardeners and orchard growers are concerned, as last week's 60- and 70-degree weather caused flowers, shrubs and trees to bud out...
The case for Missouri teachers' retirement plan (03/30/12)
This letter is in reference to the negative rhetoric that has been printed throughout Missouri on teacher retirement. I would like to set the record straight. The funding status of Missouri's teacher retirement system (PSRS/PEERS) is prefunded at 85 percent. ...
Food bank (03/30/12)
Most of us don't know what it's like to be hungry. It's a concept associated often with Third World countries, many of which have been hit hard by natural disasters or other challenges. But there are some people in the United States, even in Cape Girardeau and the surrounding areas, who struggle to put food on the table. Fortunately, organizations like the Southeast Missouri Food Bank are here to help those in need of nourishment...
Speak Out 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
BUILDINGS on Broadway falling down; Main Street leads to your casino in a swamp; deer overrun your city; streets are full of potholes. And you complain about Rush Limbaugh and the flood wall. If it wasn't for Rush, no one would know Cape Girardeau existed nor would they care...
Prayer 3/30/12 (03/30/12)
O Lord Jesus, may we look for opportunities to tell others about your love. Amen.
PES students release balloons (03/30/12)
First graders at Perryville Elementary School sent their wishes skyward during a recent reading lesson that ended in a balloon release. The students read The Lady In the Moon by Lily Wong Fillmore."The story is about the Moon Festival in China," said first grade teacher Rose Rosenzweig. "The children celebrate with special food like moon cakes and then write poems which are wishes they send by reading to the Lady in The Moon."...
SATURDAY SOCIAL: RECYCLED CAN ART WITH MARILYN (03/30/12)
Saturday, Apr. 21, from 1 to 3 p.m., the Southeast Missouri Arts Council invites you to attend a Saturday Social featuring Sikeston artist Marilyn Schwaninger, who is known for her relief sculptures that utilize aluminum from discarded beverage cans...
PCMS class treated to lunch by McDonald's (03/30/12)
Sixth graders at Perry County Middle School had a special delivery on March 27 when Perryville McDonald's treated the students to lunch. Darlene Hudson, activities director at Perryville McDonald's and manager Don Webb brought the burgers and fries to the students in appreciation for their support of the Ronald McDonald House. Perryville McDonald's is owned by Terri and Jerry Flagg...
Dist. 32 6th graders support Ronald McDonald House (03/30/12)
Sixth grade students collect tabs for Ronald McDonald House Sixth graders at Perry County Middle School had a special delivery on March 27 when Perryville McDonald's treated the students to lunch. Darlene Hudson, activities director at Perryville McDonald's and manager Don Webb brought the burgers and fries to the students in appreciation for their support of the Ronald McDonald House. Perryville McDonald's is owned by Terri and Jerry Flagg...
PHS players, coaches on All-Star Extravaganza Team (03/30/12)
Several Perryville High School athletes have been named to the BA Sports All-Star Extravaganza teams. Lady Pirate volleyball players Shea Leible, Marissa Erwin and Morgan Mueller will play on the volleyball team. Coach David Mirly is an All-Star coach...
2012 Teen Conference (03/30/12)
These Cape Girardeau County 4-H Members attended the 2012 4-H Teen Conference held in Columbia MO on March 24-25. Front Row L-R: Victoria Kobak, Joshua Koenig, and Brent Seyer. Back Row L-R: Nick Fosse, Blake Kasten, Sara Gholson, Belinda Strack, Andrew Aufdenberg, Spencer Lorenz, Alex Kranawetter, Nathan Aufdenberg, and Dustin Oehl...
Burfordville Covered Bridge (03/30/12)
Looking out to the west from inside the covered bridge. The light at the end of the tunnel!
NEW SKATES (03/30/12)
Barbara Schlue age 5 or 6, late 1930's. Trying out her new roller skates front of her home.
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