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The Fort Morgan Times
Things to do in Morgan Countybe a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Chu
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 4 hours ago
be a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Church in Fort Morgan. He has played with the University of Colorado Boulder and Aurora symphonies. All are welcome to come and hear Ochoa play. Info: 970-867-3992. Free... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area’s ‘citizen scientists’ join eclipse experimentsSuzy Gurton (Astronomical Society of the Pacific), Calvin Johnson (Google), Dav
The Mercury News / Posted 13 hours ago
Suzy Gurton (Astronomical Society of the Pacific), Calvin Johnson (Google), David Konerding (Google). Larisza Krista (University of Colorado Boulder), Scott McIntosh (NCAR), Justin Koh (Google), Mark Bender (Eclipse Across America... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Things to do in Morgan Countybe a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Chu
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 2 days ago
be a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Church in Fort Morgan. He has played with the University of Colorado Boulder and Aurora symphonies. All are welcome to come and hear Ochoa play. Info: 970-867-3992. Free... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Things to do in Morgan Countybe a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Chu
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 3 days ago
be a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Church in Fort Morgan. He has played with the University of Colorado Boulder and Aurora symphonies. All are welcome to come and hear Ochoa play. Info: 970-867-3992. Free... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Things to do in Morgan Countybe a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Chu
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 3 days ago
be a guest musician at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 27, at Christ Congregational Church in Fort Morgan. He has played with the University of Colorado Boulder and Aurora symphonies. All are welcome to come and hear Ochoa play. Info: 970-867-3992. Free... Read more
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Vail Daily
Tiffany McCracken joins Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices as broker associatevast knowledge of the area, approachable personality and professionalism." Bor
Vail Daily / Posted 4 days ago
vast knowledge of the area, approachable personality and professionalism." Born and raised in Vail, McCracken attended the University of Colorado Boulder, graduating with a bachelor's degree in history. She lives in Eagle with her husband, Josh,... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Will the Great American Eclipse make animals act strangely? Science says yesthat as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep tw
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
that as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep twilight to fall across the land, large swaths of the animal kingdom will alter their behavior. Eclipse chasers say they have seen songbirds go quiet, large farm animals... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Microbes linked to methane increasea Boulder-based research scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Research in
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
a Boulder-based research scientist at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences, a NOAA and University of Colorado Boulder partnership, said in an interview. Agricultural sources from rice farming to livestock are... Read more
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International Business Times
'Mayan Pompeii' offers snapshot of ancient village frozen in time by massive volcanic eruption Between 650 and 660 CE, a small Mayan village located in present-day El Salvado
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
Between 650 and 660 CE, a small Mayan village located in present-day El Salvador was entombed in ash in the aftermath of a destructive eruption of the Loma Caldera, a nearby volcano. For archaeologists, this village known as Joya de Cerén is a very... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Foreign service officer to speak Wednesday at League of Women Voters’ meetingJed Meline, a foreign service officer with the U.S. Agency for International De
Greeley Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
Jed Meline, a foreign service officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development, will speak at the League of Women Voters meeting at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Farr Library Meeting Room, 1939 61st Ave. in Greeley. His topic will be U.S. foreign aid... Read more
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The St. Helena Star
ENGAGEMENTRob and Linda Andreae of St. Helena announce the engagement of their daughter,
The St. Helena Star / Posted 6 days ago
Rob and Linda Andreae of St. Helena announce the engagement of their daughter, Caitlin Christine Andreae, to Patrick Stephenson Wall of Georgia and Colorado. Caitlin is a 2003 graduate of St. Helena High School and both attended the University of... Read more
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Business Wire
SageGlass Completes Dynamic Glass Installation at University of Colorado Boulder’s New Dining Centerhydroponic tower gardens that will supply 100 percent of the leafy greens used
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
hydroponic tower gardens that will supply 100 percent of the leafy greens used in the dining facility. “It’s clear the University of Colorado Boulder is committed to developing facilities that enhance its students’ campus experience and are... Read more
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express
How to stop your HEART ageing: Could these tips prevent cardiovascular disease?and a healthy diet without excessive calorie intake will help prevent heart dis
express / Posted 6 days ago
and a healthy diet without excessive calorie intake will help prevent heart disease. However Douglas Seals, of the University of Colorado Boulder said said the preventative advice is not always taken on board. "Regular aerobic exercise and... Read more
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Market Watch
Still can’t pay for college? Here’s some last-minute strategies to fund an educationHere are six strategies recommended by people who specialize in college admissi
Market Watch / Posted 6 days ago
Here are six strategies recommended by people who specialize in college admissions. 1. Contact your school’s financial aid office Call your school today to discuss your options with a financial-aid officer, who can lay out funding options or... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Will the Great American Eclipse make animals act strangely? Science says yesthat as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep tw
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 days ago
that as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep twilight to fall across the land, large swaths of the animal kingdom will alter their behavior. Eclipse chasers say they have seen songbirds go quiet, large farm animals... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Off beam with the sundown, crickets start to chirp and chickens go to roost. Elise Ricard, public p
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
down, crickets start to chirp and chickens go to roost. Elise Ricard, public programs supervisor at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, recalled the eerie silence that accompanied the start of a total eclipse early on a June... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Eclipses throughout history: Bad omens, hungry dragons, stopped warsfound at New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon, carved by the early Pueblo people. And acco
Detroit Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
found at New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon, carved by the early Pueblo people. And according to Professor J McKim Malville from the University of Colorado Boulder, it may depict a solar eclipse nearly a millennium ago, in the year 1097. Buzz60 "Dragon... Read more
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News.com.au
Bus-push suspect proves it wasn’t himHutton Collins, was quizzed by detectives on suspicion of Grievous Bodily Harm
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
Hutton Collins, was quizzed by detectives on suspicion of Grievous Bodily Harm on Thursday. Mr Bellquist studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and worked for Lehman Brothers before joining Hutton Collins Partners, which owns restaurant... Read more
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Herald Sun
‘Bus-push’ suspect is rich bankerjogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via
Herald Sun / Posted 9 days ago
jogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via AP Mr Bellquist studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and worked for Lehman Brothers before joining Hutton Collins Partners, which owns restaurant... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
‘Bus-push’ suspect is rich bankerjogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
jogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via AP Mr Bellquist studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and worked for Lehman Brothers before joining Hutton Collins Partners, which owns restaurant... Read more
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The Irish Times
Equity firm partner denies he is jogger who pushed woman under busA man arrested on suspicion of pushing a woman into the path of an oncoming bus
The Irish Times / Posted 9 days ago
A man arrested on suspicion of pushing a woman into the path of an oncoming bus while out jogging has been identified as a partner at a London private equity firm. Eric Bellquist, a partner at the Mayfair-based private equity firm, said he was not... Read more
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International Business Times
Mysterious rock art in Chaco Canyon could show an ancient total eclipse of the sun been immortalised in petroglyphs at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. The swirls exten
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
been immortalised in petroglyphs at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. The swirls extending from a central circle are a depiction of the sun's corona, said astrophysicist J. McKim Malville of the University of Colorado, Boulder, who discovered the... Read more
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Perth Now
Rich banker named as ‘bus-push’ suspectjogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
jogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via AP Mr Bellquist studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and worked for Lehman Brothers before joining Hutton Collins Partners, which owns restaurant... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Rich banker named as ‘bus-push’ suspectjogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
jogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via AP Mr Bellquist studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and worked for Lehman Brothers before joining Hutton Collins Partners, which owns restaurant... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Rich banker named as ‘bus-push’ suspectjogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
jogger can be seen heading towards the woman. Picture: Metropolitan Police via AP Mr Bellquist studied at the University of Colorado Boulder and worked for Lehman Brothers before joining Hutton Collins Partners, which owns restaurant... Read more
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The Columbian
Will the Great American Eclipse make animals act strangely? Science says yesthat as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep tw
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
that as the moon moves briefly between the sun and the Earth, causing a deep twilight to fall across the land, large swaths of the animal kingdom will alter their behavior. Eclipse chasers say they have seen songbirds go quiet, large farm animals... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
CU student worries about friends, family in GuamBOULDER, Colo – A CU student arrived to Denver from Guam Thursday night to begi
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 9 days ago
BOULDER, Colo – A CU student arrived to Denver from Guam Thursday night to begin the fall semester at University of Colorado Boulder but said in light of North Korea’s threat, this trip back to Colorado has been more difficult. “My grandma just told... Read more
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Daily Mail
Scientists reveal plan to study Earth's ionosphere during the eclipseeclipse turns off the ionosphere's source of high-energy radiation,' said Bob M
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
eclipse turns off the ionosphere's source of high-energy radiation,' said Bob Marshall, a space scientist at University of Colorado Boulder and principal investigator for one of the studies. 'Without ionizing radiation, the... Read more
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Business Insider
Liberal colleges are recruiting conservative professors to 'stir up some trouble'The University of Colorado Boulder launched a program in 2013 to bring conserva
Business Insider / Posted 10 days ago
The University of Colorado Boulder launched a program in 2013 to bring conservative professors to its ultraliberal campus. The first person tapped, Steven Hayward, stirred up controversy during his yearlong position, but administrators didn't... Read more
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CBS Denver
Colo. Unemployment Drops Despite Weaker Than Expected HiringDENVER (AP) — A forecast last December from the University of Colorado Boulder
CBS Denver / Posted 12 days ago
DENVER (AP) — A forecast last December from the University of Colorado Boulder showed Colorado’s unemployment rate was expected to rise from 3.5 percent to 3.9 percent this year. The Denver Post reported Monday the state’s labor markets took an... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Colorado unemployment drops despite weaker than expected hiringDENVER — A forecast last December from the University of Colorado Boulder showe
The Aspen Times / Posted 12 days ago
DENVER — A forecast last December from the University of Colorado Boulder showed Colorado’s unemployment rate was expected to rise from 3.5 percent to 3.9 percent this year. The Denver Post reported Monday the state’s labor markets took an... Read more
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EarthSky
Intense Antarctic melt season causes decade-long effectsstriving to understand Earth’s climate better. This week, scientists announced
EarthSky / Posted 12 days ago
striving to understand Earth’s climate better. This week, scientists announced the results of new research led by the University of Colorado Boulder, showing that an abnormal season of intense glacial melt in 2002 triggered decade-long changes... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
Economists surprised by Colorado's unemployment dropto 3.9 percent this year as more workers came back into the labor force, accord
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
to 3.9 percent this year as more workers came back into the labor force, according to a forecast last December from the University of Colorado Boulder. But not long after the Colorado Business Economic Outlook came out, Colorado's labor markets... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
Play in Boulder told through the eyes JonBenet Ramseyto piece together JonBenet Ramsey's death. The 6-year-old was found murdered in
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 13 days ago
to piece together JonBenet Ramsey's death. The 6-year-old was found murdered inside her Boulder home and now a play at the University of Colorado Boulder, brings her mystery to the forefront. House of Gold is a play told through the eyes of a... Read more
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Slate
Rising Seas Are Flooding Bangladeshi Farms With Salt Water, Disrupting the Local Economylocal economy. This story was originally published on Correctiv and has been r
Slate / Posted 13 days ago
local economy. This story was originally published on Correctiv and has been republished here with permission. It is part of a larger project on sea levels rising, done in collaboration with Columbia Journalism School’s Energy and Environmental... Read more
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Medical News Today
Surprising ways your partner can affect your healthWho you choose to spend your life with could significantly affect your health.
Medical News Today / Posted 13 days ago
Who you choose to spend your life with could significantly affect your health. Your choice of partner can affect your health in many ways, both positively and negatively. Anything from their exercise habits and working hours to their personality can... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Six last-minute strategies to pay for collegeHere are six strategies recommended by people who specialize in college admissi
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 15 days ago
Here are six strategies recommended by people who specialize in college admissions. 1. Contact your school’s financial aid office Call your school today to discuss your options with a financial aid officer, who can lay out funding options or... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
$90 million climate monitoring tool built at CU Boulder prepares for rocket launch to space stationA solar instrument panel designed and built by a University of Colorado Boulder
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 15 days ago
A solar instrument panel designed and built by a University of Colorado Boulder lab and considered a key tool to help monitor the planet's climate is at NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida awaiting a November launch. The instrument suite is... Read more
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express
Global warming alert: Planet will STILL heat up if humans wiped out TOMORROWof Global Warming? Grass Bubbles Bizarrely in Siberia Lead authors Robert Pinc
express / Posted 16 days ago
of Global Warming? Grass Bubbles Bizarrely in Siberia Lead authors Robert Pincus, a scientist with CIRES at the University of Colorado Boulder and NOAA's Physical Sciences Division, and Thorsten Mauritsen, from the Max Planck Institute... Read more
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New York Post
The real reason why these celebrity couples failedhappier with a much-younger spouse. But their satisfaction levels drop over ti
New York Post / Posted 17 days ago
happier with a much-younger spouse. But their satisfaction levels drop over time, according to the researchers from the University of Colorado Boulder. And, unfortunately for 39-year-old French President Minister Emmanuel Macron and his... Read more
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Colorado Daily
'Souped-up meditation': Boulder's Naropa University to back up mindfulness with scienceThe quaint Naropa University campus is nestled in the shadows of the sprawling
Colorado Daily / Posted 17 days ago
The quaint Naropa University campus is nestled in the shadows of the sprawling University of Colorado Boulder campus, less than a mile from CU's Folsom Field football stadium. The Buddhist-inspired liberal arts university doesn't see itself staying... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
UGA off party school list for second consecutive yearFor the second consecutive year, the University of Georgia has failed to make P
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 17 days ago
For the second consecutive year, the University of Georgia has failed to make Princeton Review’s list of top party schools. Just seven years ago, UGA topped the party list, and two years ago remained on the list at no. 8. That’s one ranking UGA... Read more
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Evening Standard
These are the 20 best university towns in AmericaAs the summer holidays winds down, the newest crop of university students are p
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
As the summer holidays winds down, the newest crop of university students are preparing for their first year in a new place. If you're off to a US school and are wondering what to expect, you can look to a ranking of college towns in Americas from... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
8 things to do in Boulder County today, Aug. 3, 2017Baker will sign copies of her books (available for sale at the event) immediate
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 17 days ago
Baker will sign copies of her books (available for sale at the event) immediately following her presentation, 5 p.m., University of Colorado Boulder, Regent Drive at Broadway, Boulder; Free; 303-492-7512 or brownpapertickets.com/event/2940212.... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
'Souped-up meditation': Boulder's Naropa University to back up mindfulness with scienceThe quaint Naropa University campus is nestled in the shadows of the sprawling
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 18 days ago
The quaint Naropa University campus is nestled in the shadows of the sprawling University of Colorado Boulder campus, less than a mile from CU's Folsom Field football stadium. The Buddhist-inspired liberal arts university doesn't see itself staying... Read more
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Oregon Daily Emerald
Nobel Prize winner set to join UO facultymorning that David Wineland, the 2012 Nobel Prize winner, will join the univers
Oregon Daily Emerald / Posted 19 days ago
morning that David Wineland, the 2012 Nobel Prize winner, will join the university in the fall. Wineland comes from the University of Colorado Boulder where he is an adjoint professor of physics. He will join UO’s physics department as a Knight... Read more
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FOX Business
6 last-minute strategies to pay for collegeHere are six strategies recommended by people who specialize in college admissi
FOX Business / Posted 19 days ago
Here are six strategies recommended by people who specialize in college admissions. 1. Contact your school's financial aid office Call your school today to discuss your options with a financial aid officer, who can lay out funding options or... Read more
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FOX Business
6 last-minute strategies to pay for collegerecommended by people who specialize in college admissions. Continue Reading B
FOX Business / Posted 19 days ago
recommended by people who specialize in college admissions. Continue Reading Below 1. Contact your school's financial aid office Call your school today to discuss your options with a financial aid officer, who can lay out funding options or... Read more
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The Fort Collins Coloradoan
GANNETT Syndication ServiceAvenue is closed in all directions at Trilby Road because of a crash, according
The Fort Collins Coloradoan / Posted 19 days ago
Avenue is closed in all directions at Trilby Road because of a crash, according to emergency communications. A University of Colorado Boulder research team says they will be using drones to measure soil moisture at a test irrigation... Read more
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Boston Globe
We only have a 5 percent chance of avoiding ‘dangerous’ global warming, study findsIn recent years, it has become increasingly common to frame the climate change
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
In recent years, it has become increasingly common to frame the climate change problem as a kind of countdown — each year we emit more carbon dioxide, narrowing the window for fixing the problem, but not quite closing it yet. After all, something... Read more
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