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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 November 1880

- -fit .,.,-..- T-: - . ' if : hi lit ; r ? ; "; f 1 1 le mad the Stomach. The use ofiee as luxury, in the form of let) cream or of Iced water. Is beooming more prevclant In this coun try. Used in these ways they are gen erally taken, especially by the young, recklessly, without a thought of any serious, possibly fatal, results that may follow. An average stomach lias a great deal to do to digest three full meals a day ; especially when, ai is frequently the case It is disturbed and Irritated by food that is Indigestible because of Its quality or quantity. Let it be remembered that there is nothing in the body blood .muscle, membrane, bone, tendon, nerve, brain or secre tions which has not come of the con tents of the stomach. Neither, Is there a thought a feeling, an emotion, a volition or an act, which has not de rived the material force back of it from the stomach. Such an organ must, therefore, be highly organized. It has countless arteries, vein, nerves and glands. It is lined ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 November 1880

r II 1 1 lUlli B. F. SCHWEIER, THE GOISTITTITIOI-THE UHOI-AID THE EHT0E0E1CEIT OP THE LAW8. Editor and Proprietor- VOL. XXXIY. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY. PENNA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1880. NO. 47. 1 if- LOTE IT HOSE. There ia beauty all around , When there's lore at home ; There ia Joy in every sound When there's lore at home. Peace and plenty here abide. Smiling sweet on every aide. Time doth eoftly, sweetly Klide, When there's lore at heme. In the cottage there ia Joy, When there's love at home ; Hate and enry ne'er annoy. When there' lore at home. Roses blossom 'Death oar feet. All the earth's a garden sweet. Making life a bliss complete. When there's lore at home. Kindly heaven smiles shore. When there's lore at heme ; All the earth ia filled with lore. When there's lore at home. Sweeter sings the brooklet by. Brighter beams the ax ore sky ; Oh. there's One who smiles on high ; When there's love at home. Villainy Unmasked- The nature of my profession brings me in contact wi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 November 1880

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWX. Wednesday, Kovemb'r IT, ISO C. F. SCII WE I EK, ICtTOl 4M riOPKIRTO. President elect Garfield has re signed his seat 10 Congress. Gr.xEn.tL Garfield's old Congres Rionul district piled up 13,2.35 major ity for Lira, or 2;827 more than the largest it ever gave hini before." m The men who were arrested for forg ing the Chinese letter have confessed to the crime, and declare that the Detuo cratio organization paid them for their work. " Two Connecticut men bet on the question whether P. T. Barnum, the showman, was a brother of William H. Barnum. Phineaa wan written to on the subject, and answered that he thanked Heaven there was no nearer relationship than that of Adam." Last week the Democrat and Regis ter confessed that the Chinese letter had secured votes for Hancock in the following paragraph : Tho Cbinsse letter did the business on tbe Pacific slope. California and Nevada both voted tor Hancock." Will the Democrat and Register tell Its reader...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 November 1880

Ffv, SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, Moi tmb'r IT, ISSO TERMS. Subscription, $1J0 per annum it paid within 12 months i $2.00 if not paid witllin 12 months. Traus!ent advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring io advertise by the year, half or quarter Vear. Teachers' Institute. The Fourteenth Annual Session of the Juniata County Teachers' Institute will be held la the Court House, Mifflintown, Pa., November 29 and 30, and December 1, 2 at 5, 18S0. The following general programme will afford an Kiea of the character and ei ent of the work intended to be accom plished ! InxTEGCTOBS. Miss Leua. E. Paramos, of rililadolphia, will be present the entire and give in structions in Reading, Elocution, to. E. V. Dacaarr, A. M., Superintendent of Public Instruction, Patterson, N. J., will trive instructions in Spelling, with Methods...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 November 1880

H0P1 O birds that flit by ocean's rim. And niake your plaint to silent sky ; O ware that cap lianzona dim, ie shall be tranquil by and by. O roee-tree giving petals fair. In aome lost garden lone to lis. Weep not because your stems are bare, TLej shaU rebloueom by and by. O singer, singing in the night, luru not and curse the bee ens and die ; lour heritage is peace and light thu shall be richer by and by ! Brides Carried uf by Pirate.. One of the most interesting features ol Venetian life were the festivals which occurred every year, and served to keep in remembrance certain events in the history of the city. Among these was one kept annually for c'liiuries called "La Festa della Marie," and this is the incident it com inetuoraces : In very old times it was the custom in Venice to have all the marriages among the nobles and chief citizens celebrated on the same day, and in the same antiquated church in the eastern part of the ity, on a little island called Oiivolo, where the bishop...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 November 1880

i liiiib rifiieS jg&wti; get iife i B: P. SCHWEIER, THE COISTITITTIOV-THE UHIOS-AHD TEE estoeoekeit of tee lavs. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIV. i! MIFFLI NTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 18S0. NO. 48. i Life to seme is full of sorrow Half is real. half tVy borrow ; FuU of rocks and full or led.es, Corners tbaip aud cutting edgts. Though the joy bells may be ringing Not a song you'll bear them singing . Seein g never mikes them wise, ' Looking out from downcast eyes. AU in va n ths sun is sl.iulng. Waters sparkling, blossoms twining ; They but see tbronph these same sorrows bad to-days and worse to-morrows ; See the ctande that must pass over Se the weeds among the clover Everything and anything Hut tbe gold the suabsams bring. lraiuing from the bitter fountain, Lo '. jour mole hill seems a mountain. Drops of dew and drops of rain Sire:! into fie mighty main. AU in vain the blessings shower. A-d the mercies fall with rower, (ia'herirg cl aft", ye tread t...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 November 1880

i ' .'J .', 7 11 JENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. Wednesday, Kovcmb'r 91,IS B. F. SCIIWEIEIl, EPITOB AND riori!KTT. lx Chicago butter is made of lard. Sax Francisco bas 60,000 leaa of a population. tbn ten years ago. Tub order of Grangers, or l'atroos of Husbandry is increasing numeri cally. Laht week the weather was colJ in the west. At Cheyenne the ther mometer was lfi degrees below zero, and plenty of sleighing. The Chinese letter forgery business is not yet over. The disclosures yet to come will tell how bad some peo !e, who should be better people, axe. The largest market (or diamonds in this country is io the Western cities. Western people are fond of display, and put money extensively in Louses, fur u tnra, dress, aud diamonds. ThE Democracy are wonderfully exercised us to what will become of Grant Please, gentlemen, don't dis turb yourselves : Urnnt will take care of himself; he has always done that IIaRKt White says that he will not c mtett for a seat in Congress unle...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 November 1880

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN : VTedBf sday, KovemVr 34. Wo TERMS. Subs.-ription, $1.50 per iniora if paid within li month; $2.00 if not pawl within 12 month. Transient advertisementa Inserted at 60 cent per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in local col bran, 10 centa per line for each insertion. Deductions will bo made to thofte desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Year. A COURSE Of STUDY . rok THE Ungraded Schools of Juniata. r-KEPAKED BY COrXTT SUTEB1XTEXDENT, WELLINGTON SMITH. As a rule ungraded achoola are arranged according to the judgment and discretion pf the teacher. Teachers change, or ar changed, quite frequently, and the course of study changes ai often, and this pro duces discouragement on the part of pupils and meagre results are the lruits of this bap hazard work. The following colirse of study embraces about all that can be ex pected to be done in our ungraded schools, and It is expected that vouimt teachers will follow it in ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 November 1880

1 As Alaafca Yoaemlt. John Muir says that one of th regions be visited uearSum Dam Bay, Alaska Is in form and origin a typical Yosemite valley, though ai yet It floor is covered with Ice and water ice above and beneath. How noble a man sion in which to spend a winter and a summer! It is about ten miles lone, and Irom three-quarters of a mile to one mile wide. It contains ten large falls aud cascades, the finest one on the left side, near the he id. After coming in an admirable ruth over a granite brow where it is fir.t seen at a height of 1M0 or 1.000 feet, it leans a sheer pre cipice of about 250 feet, then divides and reaches the tide-water in broken rapids over bowlders. Another about 1.000 feet high drops at once on to the margin of the glacier two miles back from the spout. Several of the others are upward el 3,000 feet high, descend ing through narrow gorges a richly leathered with ferns as any channel that water ever flowed in, though tremendously abrupt and deep. A grander a...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 December 1880

Si Ki 'i 9 6 1 B. F. 8QHWRTT?T " ' . " " . ' SOHWEIER, VOL. XXXIV. " DOBN HDRRT TOO FAST TO BK RICH. Tour road through life may be thorny. Your bed not of rosea or down Keoiember what Bhakespears has written Of theme on whose head liea a sown i It U biri to toil lata and toil early To delve or to wearily stitch Do your beet to improve your condition Cat don't hurry too faat to be rich S We ud in the Oood Book this sentence f lone aa the wor'.d twill endure "lis who to be rich" it aaye ' -faaatenetb, ISecometh the suddenly poor ;" J u-t turn to the passage and read it When for lucre yonr fingers shall itch ; And of the camel and eye of the needle, And don't hurry too fast to be rich ! There are those in a palace residing, Ve. many. I venture to say, Whd rejoice and be glad to change places With you, my dear fellow, to-day Ah : little we know of the troubles i The cares and anxieties which Attend, like a shadow, these people i-o dou't hurry too fast tj be rich 1 How exalted and noble ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 December 1880

JENTIXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWX. HcdnMdai, Decenb'r 1. ISSO. F. SCH WE IE It, editob ao rsonmrroe. fl?!? "" ?T Other nuworlhy men are constantly apply RC8IIA troops .in Asia Lave ice i ing, and the next aet ot appointments will manufacturing machines with them. ' greatly strengthen, or weaken the new ad " miuistration, just as the men appointed may Th French are great frog eaters. t worthc or nnwortny men. The Con. Sportsmen use the crow bow when out rrM,miul who p,,,, thn characterless fag to shoot frog. end of his party In offi:e by appointment A jafanke girl at Vassr College ia stylish and popular in the most approv ed Ametican sense. Tin crookedness, among life insur- j nee agents, in eastern counties in this ; state has awakened great indignation j as to their manner of doing business. J t.. I I J r, '. lua wm snap, oiuscu oavegBiiuu wu raoals. On the Erie Canal, boats are ' frozen fast, away from home and their ' dest.nat.on. and thereby 6,000,000 ; barbels of wheat acd ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 December 1880

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN! MIFFLINTOWN : fredaenday, Decem'b'r i. 18S0. SHORT LOCALS. P7 r.bcriptloD. The teacher are booming The deepest snow feU on PrM -...u,8. Between this dale and Uie latdjy bf Feb ruary, 1881, bill, will be wot to all who are In arrears for subscription to the Juniata . Sentinel and Republican, to all who are in TEEMS. Subscription, $1.50 per annum if paid within 12 months; $2.00 if not paid within 2 months. transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in local col. .mi. 10 cents per line for each insertion. potions will be mad. to those desiring i Splendid clothing and hats at R. It P iA advertise by tbe Tear, half or auu-tr . ..-.. e nw K. E. p: - nura sHre. Send pay before the 1st of Saturday wi, . hard dar on ,... ...:,. .' the bills. The butcher has been hn u. . . . February, ! Last winter th. . . . ( John Warner, reaidinir in thi town, rnt - no, c.0 by j nig left knea ibout ,ou;weeks go ;hac j . bi...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 December 1880

About Fillns "awe. Tbe l!-absorbi8 question of the present day among mill men seems to lie, how can we ran thin fjiws ? Sow, the practice of rainy filers is to use a beveled face, or beveled backed tooth or both claiming that it cuts easier and rung stralghter than any other. Having learned this when young, they coucieuliously think that It is all so, aiftl aa it is very difficult for most to file a square tooth, they stick to tbe old hevel, and will not try the square. This is their practice, and this class of men number about one hall the filers. In some sections all filers use this absurd Aid-fashioned toith, which practice tins already said was wrong. We will look at this pblcnie tooth in a theore tical way. It is a well known fact that all baud-Hied saws, get "out of space," that is, alternate spaces between the teeth get wider than the others, conse quently, the teeth following these spaces have more work to do than their fellows, and as each draw outward, the leih having the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1880

G ffl Ml ffl IMM KMlfirn1. JUi i 4IKllM)tlr KtHimirr . ' I B. F. SOHWEIEB, TEE OOI8TITTJTI0I THE TJII0S AID TEE EJT0E0EKE5T OP TEE LAW8. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXIV. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA.. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1880. NO. 50. j f FAREWELL, 0 SUMMER SCENES! Farewell, O Summer scene, no mors I walk these breezy, pine-c!ad hills ; No more for me the euDaet'a glow Or moonlight's calm the valley Alls. Ah ! not ones only, tbengh your forma Here fa.-led from my outward eye. In boon of darkness shall ye come To strengthen and to purify. FarowelL 0 summer friends, with whom 1 dreamed the sunny hours through ! Yann-oue y u wore no social masks, Cut gave the best yon bred and knew. Meet, part, forget ! you pass and fade, And leave my heart but half content ; Mill must I hope some nobler end loan Simply that we came and went. i'arewtll. O Sammer bopos, though dear. With willing beads I let you go ! breams cannot feed the hungry heart. Nor unworked sod fair harvest grow. Not o...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1880

tactatx JEISTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. tTednt-aday, Deccmb'r , l0. B. F. SCHWEIER, CMTOR ASD PROPRIETOR. Synopsis of nei.t week. - Presideat's Message Amlkicas wlieat is going to Mace donia, Greece. m The Adjutant General has disband ed the -BLack Huzzara." Three men in llalttniore hare been arrested for robbing grave. PKEsiDEvr-ELEcr Garfield is re ported as being in poor health. Tek census will foot up 50,000.000, or near that number in this country. A CONSCIENCE STRICKEN man ID Wooiiler, Ouio, confessed to the mur der of neighbor ten year a?o. The expenses of the Pennsylvania Electoral Colltaje foot np nine hun hl and forty -iie dollars and odd cents, Germany is seriously talking about driving out the Jews. The full cause of the proposed action has not been revealed. The Electoral College of Georgia iid not meet on the day fixed by law for the meeting of the College to count the rote. Dubbm a speech at New York last week, Sir. Henrv Berh declared in favor of the substitu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1880

IT i 3 V. i -it- s-.JW . MIFKUNTOWN: : Wednesday, Decern br i. m0. 12 month.. 00 not P tin Transient advenlsernen-.a Inserted .t fin cent, per inch for ch totior!! ' 6 Transient business, notices in Inr.i i Tojrtvertiw by the year, half or quarter Teachers' Institoto Our report last woek ended wit ,t se, Won at noon on Tuesday. ArtEkKoos. Th aTtemoon session was opened with We President W.I. Ilibbs in the chair, n t. 8infing. orthe MThe oM Homo, and roll-call, to which 77 teachers Ms ponded. A motion was passed extending an invi tation to all persona who favor the progress of education to participate in the proceed ings of the Institute. Miss Patridge instructed in the Qaincy Method." Dr. Johonnot followed also with Instructions in the "Quincy Method." TCESOAT KVZXI-IO. .After call to order and music. Prof. J. H. Smith delivered an address, entitled TruJ Position of Teacher," which was followed by an address, subject, "Queen Elisabeth," by Her. George Bennugh. Wiosbkdat. InstUtfe co...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 8 December 1880

1 k i i 1 $1 u ' 'i'l ; I . i ::f i:'M '-J . :i-::t ;nod Mr. Sprue. "Hurry up there, and get your tickets, gentlemen!"' shouted a limn in blue coat and brass buttons, with l be company's badge on bis coat. There was a general scramble for the head of the line, and a hurried falling back to less eligible places by those who tailed 6 secure the first. I never bad any luck in gaining a good place in a crowd. A tall man, with a high bat, always would go in between me and what ever sight was to. be seen. If it ra'ned at the circus, the inevitable at wo man, with the green umbrella, always bounded my horizon. In the ruth to hear a popular preacher, I have been tortunate enough to secure a camp-stool at the lat end of the aisle, but most commonly have had to put up with "standing room" in the third or fourth rank, catching here and there a word of the discourse, but Dot a glimmer of the sense. This time I fared as usual. Elbowed out at every attempt to gain a better lodg ment, I fouud myse...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 December 1880

-1 r SCHWEIER, THE OOHSTrnmOS THE U5I05 AID THE EHTOBOEMEHT OP THE LAWS. Editor and Proprietor. ii ; : . B.P. I .4. Ay VOL. XXXIV. DUIAXLiSD. Tim is a- laud unknown to waking via:ou That blooms in beauty ran ; - I Sweet bra e blow throughout its fields eiy sian. And stir its blossoms fair. Tue 'jht its purple-crested moun- And deep in shady groves Wnere plash and trtckJs never failing toon tains. The sleeping spirit roves. And finds no trace of failura, sin. or sorrow In thots snohsnted ways ; So thought of yesterday or sure to-morrow, Of past cr future days. Ti ere all its failures prove but brave successes. And all its losses gains ; While lore with its warm brooding presence bleeses. And perfect peace attains. The loved ones laid to rest with bitter weep ing. Stand forth with shining eyes ; The dear remembered looks so sweetly keep ing. That grief, forgotten, dies. All hopes of youth, all noble aspirations To full fruition come ; The ttruggling soul is freed from its tempta tions...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 December 1880

JENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN. WcdnndaT, Dccemb'r 1, ISSO B. F. SCn WE I ER, bmtob aro rsorsirroa. The Democracy in Congress are polling oat rope quit fist. Let them mo. I'K'iPLE in Vienna, Austria, have beeo shocked by tbe shock of an earth quake. 8oetor Cockling and Senator I!ay ard are io dispute at to what tbe Utter aid of tbe former io a speech. The New Vork world's fair io 1883 it to be held- eleven wiles from City Hall, oo a treer of 250 acres of land called Inwood. The telegraph reports tbe marriage of ao EDgliab prsaeber, aged 82 years, o a youDg lady of 17 years of age. Tbe groom bas graod-ebildreo married. The Georgia Electoral College met no the 9lb iust., and cast the vote of the State. If tbe Republicans bad done each a thing tbe Democracy would make a fan about it. "Alexander Stephens weighs eigh ty nine pounds and has the dyspep sia so bad he can't eat anything. The old man says one of tlie.se days hell starve to death." Col. A. Wilson Norms has been nominate...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 15 December 1880

I. stf fiXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN TOWN : (4nrtdr, Pecemb'f 15, tQ TERMS. s-?rbtfon. $1.60 per annum if raid ln months; $2.00 if not paid within .eonta" Von.ient advertisementa inserted at 60 I as per ncn for ech tni,er,'"n- -- ' w cents per line for each insertion. jKt'Etion" will be made to those desiring I , advertise tr me year, auui or quarter SPECUL1TI0K J Insurance in Juniata Cooity. On Saturday, Dumber of citixeos -moed to meet on the pavement, and ine ciuien woo was aoiog taik'nf nt ' " u certain Amt that a lue insurance company t,,, rrec organized bere in this town, 4 if it take a in many otber place, K till not be long till tbe business will hot in oar midst. "Why it is oK It dJ Hi ,D'1 14 1 tnrai two A.iiii bt neighbor told me that , friend of bis wanted bitn to help & to get wsuranoe on tne lire oi l mother, but my neighbor, eitber coosci:f rro'ia "or be wes afraid. lio cot now propose to aay whether it ii fear or conscience that kept bim (rum helping bis woman f...

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