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ONE WAY OF COURTING. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

ONE WAY OF COtJBTING. If one can believe travellers' tales, love affairs iu Guatemala must be very funny, at least to the onlooker, though to the wooer the correct etiquette must be somewhat tiresome. He, poor fellow, is denied admission into the presence of the lady of his affections, and.therefore.he consoles himself by spending the greater part of his time in pacing up aud down the road opposite her window and gazing longingly at it, while she, for her part, pretends to ignore him. In reality she is pleased enougn in nave a suitor, ana glaa that the world should know it, aud, hidden behind her window liars, she looks down upon her adorer w.'.l: great complacency. Sometimes this love-making is continued for years, always for inontlis.and after all it may not be crowned with success. The reBultdoes not depend on the maiden, but on her parents. After a lime they make inquiries into the young man's character, prospects, and general eligibility, and thrn, if they desire the marriage, ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Sydney Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Sydney Mems. From our own Correspondent. Sir Julian Snlamor;?; us a snecessor to Sir Sanl Samuels, should satisfy the country. Of course, the In'phly priced Q.C will be ont of jioclcet dur ing his term of one year, but he wrints a rest and the duties at iho London office arc liglit mid dclighifui. Mr. J. C. Ncild was regarded by one (Treat man, at least, as a certainty for Agent-Generalship and that preat man was Jawbone himself. His disappoint ment is kceD, but lio may be relied upon to have his eye on something profitable shortly. And somehow he generally gets hold of n good thing. His vote is vary necessary to Ihe Govern ment in this parliament of perilous divisions. When U. E. O'Connor entered tfic campaign for Young, Mr. Reid visited the Temora section of (ho constituency on behalf of Labor caiididalo Wntson and promised £200 from the treasury for tho local hospital. The cheque has just been banded ovt*r by Hie member personally. Now is this not a case of Ministerial interferen...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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POLITENESS THAT DID NOT PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

POLITENESS THAT DID NOT PAY. A guileless rustic who wished to bccohiu attached to one of our railways emerged from the examination room and informed the expectant relatives that he had failed to pass the lest. ' Why, you can't have,' ex claimed his father, who was horrified at the thought. ' You're no more colour blind than I am,' '? JJannen not. butthev won't: hivemfl.11 answered the rustic bitterly. ?? It all comes o' tryin' to be polite and obliging, as you said I was to be, feytlier.' '? But I can't see how being polite could make any difference,1'. quavered the father. ' It did though,' said the rustic. ' The old chap held something up and says, ' This is green, isn't it 7 Ccme now, isn't it green 1 quite pleadin'-likc, an' though I could jsee as it wor red, I couldn't find it in my 'art to tell him he wor wtcng, for fear he might take offence. So I simply said, 'It is, yer honour,' and they bundled me out, No more politeness for me ; it don't pay. The Curate: You slould always...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Latest Intelligence Sydney, Thursday. THE GATTON HORROR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

4dtist Intelligence'- ? ? v ? — (»Y WIRE.) Sydney. Thursday. THE GATXON irORIiOB. A number of discrepancies iiavn been &%? roviT.-d in ilie stntorocnt mode l)j tlio no limn in regard to Hie Gallon trfigrdr. Jl in uumulooil that (lin clinrgc of Inrceny r.cnin't Itui-pra will lie iriHldmvn nnd frrs-ii procecilinga nf n» cntiriiy-diiTfri'iit bind will Ik- iiiPt.iiilcd np;aii!fl him. There aru fift.v witnesfc-a. TVo hare been ciamiiii'd us lo o-'ciigr-d'i- doingji. FKDF.UATIOX. Tim Queensland Prensirr hits lie oof-eptcd Mr, Krid's invitiilion to otidul the l-cdor:il ConfeivniT M-lr!y willi n deiirc to iurltier tho njovciucnt hy evtry meant in liTs poivcr. FATAL GUX AOCIDEXT. A roung ]nrs«, r.nmeil Georpc \Vil«on, wiiilst oul duck fihootiug at \Van(»aratta. Xic tovin, ytBlcrdnv, hie jun exploded, and \\,r rliargc lodged ia his jaoutb blowing hU Ucud oftV. TUE TKOUBLK IS SAMOA. FiiHlier particulars with regard to ttic re lirllicr at S-unoi ehow.tiia'. but for the pre si-nf '? of H...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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A SPANISH BULL FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

A SPANISH BULL FIGHT. It wus two o'clock in the afternoon, aud fiercely hot, when we threaded our way through an eager crowd, moving beneath the lines of flags, which overhung the scorching streets towards the 'Plaza do toros,' orbull ring. Half the city seemed to ba progres sing that way, and from every Hat-topped roof and green-shuttered window laughing iwcb iuujicu uunn, auu uiuiij luiva i=*i cbangeri badinage with the throng below. There is no doubt that the Latin races can enjoy themselves heartily in a manner un known to the North, for among them all we heard no uncivil word, nor saw any sign of drunkenness. Paying two dollars a head, we entered the bull-ring, and seated ourselves ' un la Eom bra,' or on the shady side. Imagine an immense circular building, open to the sky, and surrounding a central arena ou the model of a Roman auipilheatrc, and you have a ' plam -le toros '—they are ail the same from Madrid to Mexico. The strangely diversified groups that poured steadily in ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Vagrant Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Vagrant Notes. A new year, like a new baby, has not mach of interest to record iu the early Btflgcs of its existance, bo one has to -ro abroad for topics of interest. In Kaiser Bill's Inuv! «-ciTUU»n, f'r Wow ing bis nose (or Bomethiug as simple), at the same time as a military officer was shot through the heart and all the pocket bandkcrchiets ot uis lamiiy down io the fourth generation con. fiscated. The Emperor in a speech of three quarters of an boar*6 dura tion expressed the opinion that this was tbe only means of -preventing pocket handkerchiefs being flouted in the fact of the army. The array was then invited to a banquet, aud at the word of command given by hiB Im perial Majesty of 'sheathe your German sausages,' those edibles dis appeared with great rapidity. Tie appointment of Sir Julian Salomons to the Agent-Geueralsbip, seems, except in tbo caM of a fcw interested ones, to give general satis i faction. Perhaps it would be as well wbiloheisin London, to insert ad. vertise...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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NAPOLEON AND THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

NAPOLEON AND THE CZAK. The Emperor Alexander I. of KuBsia's admiration of Napoleon was unbounded, and he manifested it in every way. A line in a play performed before them was, ' The friendship of a great man is a present from tliu gods.' Alexander bowed to Napoleon, and said thai line was written for him. He even carried his respect for Napo leon so far as to rise when he entered Uie theatre. At the celcl rated conference at Erfurth in 1808, Napoleon, wishing to flatter his brother emperor, sent Colonel Henri to him one morning to give the sign and countersign for the day. ' ' My brother Napoleon is too confident, too amiable; it is impossible to be more gallant; but I am not at, home; I am his guest; it is for him to give the word; go. I pray you. and tell him so.' ' Sire, 1 have orders not to return without obtaining il from your Majesty.' ' Well, aa he insiutB on it, 1 will give it: Erfurth and Confidence.' One day Alexander expressed Mb ardent ucdiib iu navu u pair oi nupoieou ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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METEOROLOGICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

METEOROLOGICAL. Foiowing arc tho local readings of tbo barometer ami thermometer for the week : — ? I ^ I Ther. Date j Bar. j Mm. | Min, Jan. 12 2&90 76 j 6lT~ , 13 29 00 ?8 55 14 29 15 00 50 'l5 29 02 98 | 51 16 28 72 105 j 64 „ 17 28 73 100 j 7l „ 18J 2865 I 88 | CO TliirlT-onc points o£ rain fell on 'Wednce tltiy niglit.

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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WINNING WOMAN'S LOVE A BIGAMIST'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

WINNING WOMAN'S LOVE A BIGAMIST'S STOBT. Here iB what David E. Bates, bigamist, known of the way to win a woman's love— at least it is what he wrote f'r the ' New York Journal ' when that paper aBked for a state ment .of his knowledge on that momentous question: You ask: 'How was it possible for you to win the love of so many different women in bo short a time? ' Simply through my knowledge of women and of human nature, ' Were they all good, true aud beautiful women? Did they love you and you them?' Eaitii contains no truer, better, or faiier flower?, and I sincerely believe that each loved me with all the intensity of, passionate love Iliat good women cast about their hearts' idols. At an early age I was made to believe that the dark-haired girls were sweeter,truer, and better tempered than the fair haired ones, but I have been forced to believe tbn con trary. While the brunette may not exhibit such high temper, yet her deep,* quiet nature furnishes fuel to prolong the fire of her ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

™« I Gfllf FITHS BROTHERS ^' I Jl ? ? ii V LIMITED. j I By Special Appointment to Jg§j§jjRg? HU Excellency the Governor. I** * I ^B* ICT /% €i « / -^'l° ^est qualities ol-UinabV, only fnife an-f vrhnlfsntne TeM ! jj I I LaMv) I etockeJ, and every leaf guaraiit«e-l for QiiatiJy, Purity ami Value. j „ ' jfc _ I _^-- ? f Our ImwrmUoin ^f Coffee ciop^™ ih^ Fi!»«t Buns ihe Wnrld na-iproiiiice. W« ! E X #%j^tiff'fl™1£^B?lg- J rovt ami supiilv it fre-h from our Mills djily. With he ai I ul exi. r s1 -kUl mid rare in ! kF I ijOf* ff' &. fr' 2^1 1 »«'-»a« J a '?' propsri.nr, «-? are er-obl«i to live thjt tmislautiun whioh bus gained lor our ?: Ct If ZZ~m^m^~ZZmZZ— «?««- 'UCh uratlfj-lnjf reiniuiioii. j fc *-(! — ^ ja, — .„, — _^ f There are many different kind* of Coco*. We manufacture and I ('SIGNAL. I nK^SMBSSffi- 534 GEOKGE.ST.,oPp.Tcwn«,«, SYDNEY, j I We have to ar'vi e rrr custtmerb in thi3 distrc-; that Mr. Bell is not n vr in our employ. Ouj representative, Mr- A- T. Latter, i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

| oubsmpiwn : I I * 'pKB QtUSTEB, IN ADVANCE, A» ' , # PER QtTABTER, BOOKED, », j I t ' ! - k EVERY FRTDAT MORNING, f - Has a Lahor »kp DMi.rTyniv«an f - ? ? CiB'n».ATins. — :. ^ I {

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QUAINT SURVIVING CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

QUAINT SURVIVING CUSTOMS. There are uiiuy curious customs still sur viving, whose origins, as often as not are lost in mystery, which ypt serve as a link, as it were, between (tie present and the days of long ago. An extremely quaint and curiaus ceremony is still gone through in the Tower of London every night. Some few minutes before eleven o'clock, the yeonmu warder on duty calls to the main guard for the ' escort of the keys.' The raaiu guard immediately turn out under charge of an officer, and on thtii approach the sentry challenges, 'Who conies there ''?' The yeoman warder answers, ' Keys,' The sentry again ehallunges, ' Whose keys V' and the warder replies, ' Queen Victoria's keys.' The sentry then calls out, ' Advance, Queen Victoria's keys. Guard, turn out ' The officer of the guard then gives tiie command, ' Guard, present anus!' and the warder advances, and standing in front of the guard, holds up (lie keys in bis hand and calls out, ' Uod prtt-'ive Queen Victoria!' to whi...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

THE TESTIMONY OF ESTHER SANDYS. BY ROMA WHITE. CHAPTER IX.— (Continued). 'You must forgive me,' said. Lady Sandys gently. ' Wo know each other very well, . Humphrey.' ' See, we do.' ' Then be frauk as I have been frank. Have you no thought of marrying ?.' i ' Indeed I nave not.' ? ' You are the last but one of the male Sandys,' slie suggested wisl fully. j ' Yes, only Fitzlioy and I are left. ' And— you must not mind lny saying this —in all probability the estates will revert to FitaRoy.'1 ' Ves— if he outlives me.' ' And, afterwards, to his heirs.' ' Certainly, if he marries.' 'He is sure to marry. The question is, : shall he marry Esther V ' 'Have you the disposal of their hearts, '. Lady Sandys ?' asked Humphrey, rather j cynically. ! : She waved their hearts aside, as things of ? no importance in the matter. I ??You must know.' Lady Sandy? said.' ' that when elders agree in these matters, and smooth the way for such eTcnts, youngers ? very often follow suit.' 'Then you and I.as ...

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Cure for Corns. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Cure for Corns. T.1m? PoUowJug iiais been lieoomuiended tiis ji R)-w-dy ctire for corns :— Ttiko rhe juice of two iciuo-ns Jiud put it Into ft i?iu;i31 botde, add seven pearl buttons, wihit'li wdi! soon dissolve ; rub tlivt corns w-jili t.lie ltftion nioraiiug aud nighL - When the corns are small ffliey may be removed by stimulants or dscliaivrtos. an qiiitiviite of silver ihuuar csiu«tj.-; by . wt-ttint: the corn .?intl nooiobiiic; it with l»rerjoii«ily sof lulling tlie skin li.v im inonsing tlie feet in w;uan water, or apply a blister rhe size of a sixpence ; or Bbe following reineditss:— A])idy fresh every uiomiug l\n} yeast of small beer sprcani on a rag, or after .partu?; iuein, i-l«Mi- apply bruised ivy i«ivos daiily; and in liftwu days tihey will di'oj) oat ; i.r apjily uhailU iwwdcrvd aaid mixed , wiilli WilLer. This also cures wiirtss. Koine (N-rns »vc cured by a pitch plaster. AJI siriv siwidy rased by r?beeiiliig the ' fci't 'iu hot wnitw wheiviu oatmeal is boilod. rnife ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Municipal Eioctioiis. January 21-28.— Revision court io held between those datvc, of which be three d»ys' imtico niust ba given !.y ndvertisc-mont, and on c-'^U-r dcor »i council chatcbers. January 23. — NoJiGcfltLrm of the „...,.,,. I nl.'nflnn nf n'iif-rn-cu must bo iiiiuuai tK v--'- — ? ? — given «ot Inter tbau this Hate. Jnn-jary SO.— Last day for receiving nominations for annuals elections. February 6. — Oloso accounts for mtiivcipalyrnrlfi0a-P9. . \ Pi.'bniai-y '? — Nominations must- be ! publicly read by tbo returuing officer j at 12 o'clock noon, and if a greater I munber of c.indidiites aro nominated than there, me vacancies, the -Iay of polling will be fixed for somn day not less tliAii two nor more than seven dnyjj from tiiis ' date. Polling days niny consequently be fixed for the 10th, 11th, 13th, 'or Mlb February. Niiwiy-electcd aldermen must, bo notified in wriline of their election within two days after official declara tion of polling, and must make the de claration ...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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Hints on Tinned Meats. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Hints on Tinned Heats. Im tnryinfr Wnmed poods an eminent physI'dJaii givos the following fasbrue t:i-nus :— Ueject every siiii;-k' t.bat does not tahow flic line of resin round the eilge of iliic solder of Hie cap, tue same ?ais is ween on -Ehe tseaw on tlie side of the (Mil. Hejtfcrr everj- tin tilkit hAH n^»t the jiuMiie of tlin iiKiainftwturej1 or linn upon IT 'IK ii'^kll jIm lilm iivn^n^t nf rffli^i AMnnnnir or to\\'ii wlii'ro inauufrtowii-ed. ^'iien .3; the w1i«lesail«i dealtT -is sisli.iuied to have * liis maiiiic «u iha stokJis, light shy irf him. -| I'rtws li]) the bottoin of the tin. If de- 4 cjwiiiKxidoii in bf^iimijifr, tihe t3n wUi iJ vaMHa just «s tllie lKilitwm of the oiler of 5 your sevriug iiw^Jiinc will do. If the -'§ frauds suie esomnd lii -vvil] be solid, sin-1 ~-% Chore will be uw i'a:t:tle in (the tin. U--- 3 ject every tin 1ihat. tjiliuws -6gns of rust 3 nir-jund t'Jie caji on tJie inside of the tioad I of the tin. If houwk4»i'])i'r.s are edu- _-;* --jitted on...

Publication Title: Narromine News And Trangie Advocate
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OPEN LETTER. TO JAMES NELSON, ESQ, MAYOR OF NARROMINE [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

OPEN LETTER. TO JAMES NELSON. E?o . MAYOR OF XARROMIKE. Dear, Sir, — When tho ancient Ro mans sought Ciucinatlus to offvr him iho'leadership of the army, they found him ploughing in his fluids, »ud when i the uiooVrn Narroniinilcs Bought James Kelson to offer him the Mayor ship of tho town, they found him working in bis ttore — another in stance of the way history repeats it self. Iu both instances, the ancient and the modern, the offer wns accepted, 'and the duties carried cut to the honor and satisfaction o£ all concerned. When vou, Mr. Mayor, Grst took Iho chair nfc the Council, yon found, T. think, your Irr.m io be rather an un ruly one, p™/ia;js more through excess of zeal than natural perversncfis, but, like a clever driver, you gave them their heads, stndied their paces, and as soon as you had fnken their measure, by a skilful application of the whip, where necessary, succeeded in getting them well in hand. Iu all discussions, whether Parliamentary, municipal or otherwise, th...

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The Seven Wonders of the World. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Tlie Seven Wonders of the World. Beneath are given the seven wonders ?- of the world according to the ancients, ;f and the same of the middle ages :— 'ji Seven Wonders of Antiquity. B The Pyramids of Egypt. *i The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. ISs The Tomb of Mausolos. r-S The Temple of Diana at KphesuB. -§jj The Colossus of Tlhodes. .p The Statue of Zeus (Jupiter) by Phidias. «J of Cyrus, cemented with g^ld. -..{£ The above woiifl.-rs have been rendered jj in rhyme as follows :— ja The Pyramids flrst, which In Egypt were H laid : ~'M Next Babylon's Garden, for Amytls Si made ; iS Then Mausolos's tomb of affection and -?'£ guilt ; a Fourth, the Temple of EMan, in EphesuH -'.-M built; '----M The Col 'issue o£ R-hodes, cast In brass, to -.*k? the sun ; j^ Sixth, Jupiter's statue, by Phidias done ; M The Pharop of Kfjyjit, last wonder of old, JS Or the Palace of Cyrus, cemented witb -31 - Wanders of the Middle Ages. '2J These wore :— i*a The Coliseum of Rome. J3 The Catacombs of Alexandr...

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Here and There. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Mere and There. ' Tnttcrauil' Adams rnnri.- £13,700 «ul of ilie iait: Melbourne Cup t-\vti|-K :iU-i)h; Iju amount lie ieiti ft,r i|lt. jiubiio on this event amounted to over £i37,ooo. ' Prisoner *t»lst- Bur,' siiid On.. jutiL'i', 'Jo vou clmlli'iice jiiiv of t.J.P jury V' 'Cl»iik-ii(ji! 'em,'' pruned ilie ruffinn, c.iiitrniptuoiifcly, 'Wliv, I'd fiyiit liiuwlioli: biiiiiby Jot of Viti with oue hand.' . No less than 2750 men wore pnt on 1o paint the \mtk feiioos in Sydney riuriuK Xuias \v«k. At (lie rale iJf £2 per week pep man tlip jub must Lava cost »Lb country £6000. On most Government H.tuvn forms Ihere is a column 1j. ad d ' K--ui.m-I{k.' Wtll. this is what is written in that cviuniu by « jiasfonilis-t a few days hijo, wfauu sending in liis slirop ip« turns : — ' No uioury, severe drought, . ? no water, uo hope, no luck, no grnxR, fihtepdjing, rabbits jialoi-e, doiug well on 6Hp from scrub roote.' h'xpietsive, yet a true sign of the timcE. An enthuBinst .(says the ' Scmth Aubtml...

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Too Much Nerve Already. [Newspaper Article] — Narromine News and Trangie Advocate — 20 January 1899

Too Much Nerve Already. He walked into a newspaper office con hdentty and took a seat briskly'. y°U *hO mana^r ?' he asked WTiait can I do for you ?' replied the newspaper m!an ifl a non-committal tone I m a patent medicine manufacturer .. „ it 'u- . newspaper man swung saj so. We have a drcula.tlon greater by two to one thian any other In , the 1O0.OOO copies dally, and it's a paid cir culation too, and we reach the PfamiHes, %'!.„ °'r ^P?1' ls rad by 200.000 persons daily, and When yov consider that our advertis.ns rates are-weH, they are so JnW™ ?'e ,ahe eoinB to a«3vance them -.0 per cent after the first of next month. I don t exaggerate In the least, sir when X say that we offer positively rhe best advertising medium in the United King dom. Why, you can see tor yourself WhatJtJ?e results must be from an ad placed before 3,500,000 people every week' and ? where are you going- ?' 'Oh, round the town a little,' replied tlie stranger, putting on his hat ' The. article 1 make Is a n...

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