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Crain's New York Business
Kushner Cos. Deutsche Bank–backed property stung by tenant troublesseemed smart. In addition to English and Gulliver’s Gate, Kushner signed Natio
Crain's New York Business / Posted 19 minutes ago
seemed smart. In addition to English and Gulliver’s Gate, Kushner signed National Geographic, whose “Encounter: Ocean Odyssey” promises an “incredible underwater journey” without any danger of getting wet. Bowlmor Lanes—with bowling, an... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Japan looks at building new whaling shipthe aging Nisshin Maru, the 8,145-ton mother ship of the Japanese research whal
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 38 minutes ago
the aging Nisshin Maru, the 8,145-ton mother ship of the Japanese research whaling fleet in the Antarctic and Pacific oceans. The agency plans to begin work on a basic plan in fiscal 2018 for the introduction of a new mother ship. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Netscape billionaire slashes cost of his Palm Beast estate to $95ma 20,000-bottle wine cellar, 14-foot-high solid-bronze gates and an infinity po
Daily Mail / Posted 56 minutes ago
a 20,000-bottle wine cellar, 14-foot-high solid-bronze gates and an infinity pool The 5.48-acre lot includes 340 feet of oceanfront property at the front of the home and another 360 feet on the Intercoastal Waterway at the rear The billionaire... Read more
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Daily Mail
Adolescence now 'last from the ages of 10 to 24'should extend include that the brain continues to mature past the age of 20. R
Daily Mail / Posted 56 minutes ago
should extend include that the brain continues to mature past the age of 20. RELATED ARTICLES Incredible power of ocean waves to hurl boulders more than...Car-sized asteroid is spotted just HOURS before narrowly...The world's biggest... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Japan looks at building new whaling shipthe aging Nisshin Maru, the 8,145-ton mother ship of the Japanese research whal
Connecticut Post / Posted an hour ago
the aging Nisshin Maru, the 8,145-ton mother ship of the Japanese research whaling fleet in the Antarctic and Pacific oceans. The agency plans to begin work on a basic plan in fiscal 2018 for the introduction of a new mother ship. The... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Curious by Nature: Do hatchery fish hamper wild king and coho?of the hatchery’s salmon harvest. Two additional sport fish hatcheries are ope
Juneau Empire / Posted an hour ago
of the hatchery’s salmon harvest. Two additional sport fish hatcheries are operated by the state, one by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association and one by the Metlakatla Indian Association. About 27 million adult salmon returned to... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
West Moreland Gazette / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Irish Examiner
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Irish Examiner / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Oxford Mail
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Oxford Mail / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Bury Times
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Bury Times / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Gazette
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Gazette / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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guardian-series
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
guardian-series / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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Harrow Times
2017 was hottest year on record without ‘El Nino’, scientists sayby 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest ye
Harrow Times / Posted an hour ago
by 2015. 2016, bolstered by El Niño, still holds the record for the warmest year. The warmer water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during an El Niño can cause warming effects around the globe. 2017 was the warmest year without an El Niño.... Read more
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The Courier
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
The Courier / Posted 2 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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Western Advocate
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
Western Advocate / Posted 2 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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Manning River Times
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
Manning River Times / Posted 2 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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The North West Star
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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Daily Liberal
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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Daily Mail
Images reveal incredible power of ocean waves to hurl bouldersIncredible power of ocean waves to hurl boulders more than twice the weight of
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Incredible power of ocean waves to hurl boulders more than twice the weight of the Statue of Liberty is revealed in stunning before and after images of the coast of Ireland Experts studied the effect of powerful storms during the winter of 2013 to... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mother turtle is forced to nest on rubbish-filled Greta beachand even shoes on the sand. The footage also shows dozens of turtle hatchlings
Daily Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
and even shoes on the sand. The footage also shows dozens of turtle hatchlings trying to make their way back to the ocean. However their journey were obstructed by the huge pile of rubbish and they had to crawled over and beneath the debris... Read more
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The Border Mail
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
The Border Mail / Posted 2 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
History in making as nations team upModi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 3 hours ago
Modi expressed in 2015. China's expansion, its seizure of the South China Sea and now its maritime spread into the Indian Ocean, is prodding these democracies to reach out, if cautiously and fumblingly, towards one another. What is emerging may... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Report: Trump’s Palm Beach weekend visit may not happenon this breaking story. During the closures, all forms of travel, including pe
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 3 hours ago
on this breaking story. During the closures, all forms of travel, including pedestrian travel, are prohibited on South Ocean Boulevard from the intersection of South County Road to Southern Boulevard. The travel restrictions will extend... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: The art and legacy of Eduardo Carrillo, altars to youth culture, Artforum ads of the futureAve., Pasadena, armoryarts.org. Ruben Ochoa, “Sampled y Surveyed,” at Art + Pr
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 hours ago
Ave., Pasadena, armoryarts.org. Ruben Ochoa, “Sampled y Surveyed,” at Art + Practice. Over the course of his career, the Oceanside-born artist has long used elements of the urban landscape as his primary material: chain link, concrete, steel and... Read more
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WGEM Quincy
Winter is off to late start in normally frigid rural Alaskacommunities such as Point Hope, an Inupiat whaling village built on a triangula
WGEM Quincy / Posted 3 hours ago
communities such as Point Hope, an Inupiat whaling village built on a triangular spit surrounded by the Chukchi, Arctic Ocean and a large inlet. Lifelong Point Hope resident and former Mayor Steve Oomittuk said the changes have been significant... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Report warns that flooding could cost State €1bn a year if we do nothinglost their lives during the storm, 385,000 homes were left without power while
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 hours ago
lost their lives during the storm, 385,000 homes were left without power while 109,000 had no water supply. Speaking to Ocean FM, Minister for the Environment Denis Naughten says it is about taking action here and now. He said: "We are seeing... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Near-Record Warm Temperatures Fuel Deadly, Costly Weather Events in 2017of climate change such as increasing carbon dioxide concentrations, Arctic and
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
of climate change such as increasing carbon dioxide concentrations, Arctic and Antarctic sea ice, sea level rise and ocean acidification. The final statement will include information submitted by a wide range of UN agencies on human,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Island of sand shinesto launch into the ­crystal clear estuary, which, Goldsbury says, deposits an O
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
to launch into the ­crystal clear estuary, which, Goldsbury says, deposits an Olympic pool’s worth of fresh water into the ocean every 23 minutes. After an energising swim, we took an Air Fraser scenic flight that departed from the beach. It was... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Hot new hotels opening in Qld this yearpool extending 5m beyond the side of the tower, and an adjacent high-end, 110-s
The Courier Mail / Posted 3 hours ago
pool extending 5m beyond the side of the tower, and an adjacent high-end, 110-seat restaurant and lounge bar with pool and ocean views. The 596 rooms at the existing hotel, The Star, have also been refurbished. The bar is designed to entertain up... Read more
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CBS News
Cape Town counts down to "day zero" with no tap waterCAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Surrounded by beautiful stretches of ocean, it's har
CBS News / Posted 4 hours ago
CAPE TOWN, South Africa -- Surrounded by beautiful stretches of ocean, it's hard to believe Cape Town could become the first major city in the world to run out of water. Ominously named "day zero," April 21 – 92 days from today – is when the taps... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
EveningTimes Online / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Theater diversity about more than outreach program: Coneyin 1986 and including world premiere productions of two of these important work
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 4 hours ago
in 1986 and including world premiere productions of two of these important works—"Seven Guitars" (1995) and "Gem of the Ocean" (2003). With its annual production of "A Christmas Carol," which celebrated its 40th anniversary this past holiday... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A Norwegian plane went from New York to London in 5 hours and 13 minutes — the fastest subsonic commercial transatlantic flight everpretty happy to arrive in London at 9.57 p.m. GMT — 53 minutes ahead of schedul
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 hours ago
pretty happy to arrive in London at 9.57 p.m. GMT — 53 minutes ahead of schedule. Strong tailwinds over the Atlantic Ocean pushed the aircraft to a top speed of 776 mph during the flight. Although impressive, the flight time is nowhere near... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A Norwegian plane went from New York to London in 5 hours and 13 minutes — the fastest subsonic commercial transatlantic flight everpretty happy to arrive in London at 9.57 p.m. GMT — 53 minutes ahead of schedul
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 hours ago
pretty happy to arrive in London at 9.57 p.m. GMT — 53 minutes ahead of schedule. Strong tailwinds over the Atlantic Ocean pushed the aircraft to a top speed of 776 mph during the flight. Although impressive, the flight time is nowhere near... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Dear Oprah: Think local. Run in California in 2018last winter’s rains. Why? The landscape that makes Santa Barbara so dramatical
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 4 hours ago
last winter’s rains. Why? The landscape that makes Santa Barbara so dramatically beautiful – high mountains hard by the ocean – means that rain rushes out to sea, rather than running into reservoirs or the aquifer. Santa Barbara is responding by... Read more
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International Business Times
Tiger sharks are too faithful for their own good - and it's killing them they might be forced into monogamy by their environment. They are known as a s
International Business Times / Posted 4 hours ago
they might be forced into monogamy by their environment. They are known as a solitary species that has to undertake open ocean migration, so it's likely they don't get to meet a lot of other tiger sharks. Also, multiple paternity would require... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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The News and Star
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50% recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
The News and Star / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50% recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Coca-Cola targets plastic waste with vow to make bottles 50 recycledby environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the go
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
by environmental group Greenpeace, which said they have “fallen flat” as the goal fails to address the “urgency of ocean plastic pollution”. The group is calling on the beverage manufacturer to fund alternatives to single-use plastics, of... Read more
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