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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

Germans Begin New Offensive Movement in East Prussia tlon In respect of the relation between this country and Germany whi-h might arlsr were the German naval forces. In carrying out the policy foreshadowed In the admiralty's proclamation, to de stroy any jnerchant vessel of the United States or cause the death of American citizens "'It is. of course, not necessary to remind the German government that the sole right of a bHllgerent in leal ing with neutral vessels on the high sens Is limited to visit and search, un less s blockade is proclaimed and ??{ fectlvelv maintained, which this gov ernment does not understand to he proposed in this case. To declare or exercise a right to attack and destroy any vessel entering a prescribed area of the high sffts without first certainly determining its belligerent nationality and the contraband character of its cargo would be an net so unprecedented in naval warfarn that tli's government is reluctant to believe that the ini.erial, government of ...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

RIGID INQUIRY FAILS TO UNEHRTH SIGNS OF GRIFT Import of Committee Probing Hcbool book Matter 8nl>inlttc<l to Generul Assembly. RECOMMENDATIONS ARE MADE Attorney-General Will Institute Ij6 ?al Proceedings Against Publish er* Guilty of Discriminations. Hook Contract Methods Discussed. In its roport to tho General Assem bly yesterday tlie Joint legislative com mittee appointee] to investigate school book conditions in Virginia submitted as its opinion that no graft exists in connection with book adoptions, and that there Is little evidence tending to show that publishers have discriminat ed against this Ktate. The report was read and adopted by both branches of the legislature, and the Investigating coinmlttco. having completed its work, was discharged from further duties. Numerous wit nesses testified before the Investigators, and the Inquiry has created much com ment and great Interest. TKXT OF lll-:i*OKT MAIIK IIV I V VKSTICi ATOHSJ 'l'he committee's report follows: To the Gen...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

Useful \V J 1 LI Ethical Hints Woman and Home Talks The Morning Story WHFiN n\nr.ni:u.A iiai.kki>. lly lr.ola Forrester. Phlllppa had enjoyed every minute of tho whole trlr. Rhe mad* UP her mind to do so from the very day when the commodore had Invited her to go abroad with him and Aunt Isabel Uallock. It had been a marvelous day. 1 hll and Ted had been diligently picking strawberries for preserving when the old It. V. !>? <*art ambled Into sight and left the letter of temptation In the lit tle white box on top of the post at the end of the lane. Phil read it through before she ex ploded Into a swift succession of "Oh: oh' oh! ohs!" and bolted for the house to tell her mother. It was so sudden and so almost unbelievable. It appeared that the commodore was obliged to go abroad on a business trip and Aunt Isabel could not bear to let htm "'"In these days of dangers on the sea from palatial leviathans, whereof the l^ord would never have appro\ed, cannot permit myself to let Be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

VIRGINIAN MISTED ON CHARGE OF ARSON Alfred R. Mears, Widely-Known Mer chant, Held fur Wetting His Store on Fire. PRISONER NOW IX KAI/TIMORE Aliened 'Hint lie Destroyed PInce of Hiisliie.sK That Ho Mi^lit Collect IiiNurance and Join Family?Wife Of Vers Hail, but It Is Refused. BALTIMORE, Mil, February 11.?Al-| frod s. Mears, sixty years old, 0110 of | tho bent-known men of Accoinac County, Va? who for tho last thrco months has been living with Ills wife and two daughters at 2338 North Oil 1 - I vrt Street, was arrested last night by Headquarters Detectives Bradley an<l '''Donnell and locked up at the Central 1'ollco Station on the chart;? of nottlniT lire to a store In Mears, Accomao County, which he formerly controlled. Following his arrest, when ho was being held at police headquarters, his wife, who, he stated, was rated as being worth J40.000, offered $5,000 cash bond for his release, but I")eteetlve Cap 'aln Mc.Govern would not accept tho ball and tho Virginian was taken to t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

BACHELORS' COTILLION HOLDS DANCE TO-NIGHT Mrs. JnniPA II. Dooley to <?ivo Card Party at "Maymont," ller Country lloino. KICOEPTION FOR MIKH MUNICH Supper Durirp ?t Westmoreland Club To-Nljglit? M r c. Asliton Stark <ilve? Reception for Mrs. lioliert Hnndlett, of Rochester, N. Y. The leading society event of to-day the Inst dance of the Bachelors' Cotillion Club, which will lie held this evening nt 9 o'clock 1 it the ballroom "f tho JcflerBon Hotel. The club given throe entertainmenth a season, and the members Inoude the younger dancing men of Richmond. The olfi<:ers of tho club ?rp ficorun Fitzgerald. president: l^ewls rj. Icarus, vlco-president; Wil liam .1. Miller, secretary and treasurer, with a board of governors that in cludes John P. l*ea, William Hodge* Mann., Jr., Peyton Fleming and Thomas J. Stuhhn, Jr. The patronesses recivlng for the club this e v* n 1 n g will be Mrs. Henry l?andon Cabell, Mrs. Walter S. McNeill, Mrs. Marlon Ha.xnll Wine, Mrs. J. St. George Mrya...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] TED SHARES OF STOCK wneci Representative of Strathniore Paper Company Tells 15. \V. Wilson Tlmt It Is a (iooil Invest incut. LISTS GH.UH M.LV FILLING UP Only $4,000 More N*e<essary to Com pletely Finance the Club?Dunn K a p i <1 1 y Improving?Sectotary Wicks \ isits Merchants. "I mn delight. ! to li.-nr the ttlchmond Is to secure a frariehlse in the Interna tlon.nt League, and has at last gotten out of the Virginia Circuit. You may place mo on the list of ten Pharos, as 1 think It a go>>l investment." This is what G I. P.odtir, "f the Stra'hntore Paper Company, said to B. \v. \Vilson y< sterday, after he hail inquired for what purpose tlie local man was so liciting sut?' rii'ti.>ris. Kodur is on the road for the Massachusetts house. ami knows a good t11i? g when he sees it. Italking "v. baseball tlie new stockholder asfe-:.i that the Interna tional I.-. :')e v-li;!> in this city was worth i 111> thousa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

farmers and DAIRYMEN i DISCUSS THEIR PROBLEMS I'ro^resKive Bodies Welcomed to City by Mayor George Alnnlle. Tv?Il ELKCTKD BY UAUtVMKN Many Interesting Papers on Program for To-Day?Judy to Tell of His Itemarkable Results in Raising ?llfalfa on Virginia Boil. ?lie Virginia State Farmers' Instl 1 ute and the Virginia State Dairy men's Association. assembled together, '"?Kan their fiemlyenrly convention yes terday morning, when they were wel comed to tho city by Mayor Alnnlle. The Mayor expressed himself In his usually happy vein. Hesponse was I made by Joseph A. Turner, vlce-prosi dent of tho Virginia State Farmers' I Institute. Other addresses were made j by Professor Theodore I*. Campbell, ! ?lean of tho faculty of iho Virginia ? 'olytechnlc Institute; K. V. Haymaker, of Defiance, O.; Men Jam In L. I'urcell, ?State dairy and food commissioner, and 'I>. Cooke, vice-president of tho Vir ginia Uam'c and Game Klsh Protective Association. The afternoon session was taken up with discuss...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

STEEL COMMON RESUMES PLACE AS MARKET LEADER Shares Close Strong, With Increase of More Than 1! Points on Honvy Trading. MITCH INVESTMENT Hl'VINC. Italls Sli&re Honors With Industrial Issues?Practically AH Stocks Aro Active and -Have Slwiro in t'p ward Trend <?f Prices. nY nitOADAN U'AI.l.. N"KT\ YORK. Ki'liruor.v 1". ? A* Indicated In thl* column yesterday. I'nltdl n tos steel common to - d \y ie?umed Its position a* market leader. With a heavy Increase In trading. the shares closed strong with .1 gsln of more thnri ? points Inventment i>tiv Ir.g anil short covering were both factors llnlls share.' I101 "rs with the Industrials. Th^r? \*. pf" advance* of front . to " point* In the standard I>siih, led hv Union Pacific. The lnt<T?t'it< Commerce Commission's de cision on I ho Intennou'italn rate case was Immediately Interpreted ;?* a reflection of the changed attitud* <?' the commission. and was considered of the utmost Importance to Hi* transcontinental lines So...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

jSitlimoriil ?ime?-fliamM) 1 SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR. ADMITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THE.SOUTH KOJt CLASS IFIED ALfV liHTISIN'ti. TELEPHONE! YOUR WANTS TO THE TIMES-DISPATCH QANDOLPII 1 1 1I.VNUOI.PII WANT AD. RATES. DAILY, en? cent r Tfrra when paid in ad vance. No nil. tfken iur Ichs than 10 cents. tb'ND.VY, oi'o anil cue-half cents a *?r1 for ?II claulllvd u?'?. except Situation* Wnnted H or.o cet.t a vtorti. No nil. taken (or l?si than IS ceuts. ADA. t'.Uen for '.?m tban IS cents whin charged r~ ifbaned In. Phoned order? n?t Cuaruntera. Clinslilcations not Ruarantssd utter f. M. RESOLUTIONS OK HKSl'KCT. Itrsolu t ion* Adopted li)- flic lloiin) of Mnuugcr* of tIn* Itlhle Siiclrfj' ?f Virginia. Tim Bible Society of Vircinla, one of the oldest associations in this ooun-| try for the dissemination of th?* truths of the Holy Rlhle, desires to record It?" j profound Borrow ami renret at the Ids.*; of one of its oldest ami most proml-t nont mrml.rr?. JOHN PATTERSON BRANCH, \\Itoso active inl&l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 12 February 1915

YOUR FOOD PROBLEMS may flnd n nolutlnn In Ihf dally dlarutaluim of Mnrtlia Wralovrr on tlic Woman'* I'iik<*. THE TIMES-DISPATCH fJirijmoniJ ?hne?-Pi^patrfj RICHMOND, VA? FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1915. THE WAY TO SUCCESS May frequeutljr be found throuah ? Mniull nd. In the classified column* of THE TIMES-DISPATCH Th'lhrins\\ rcc?nZpins Special Notice! For To-Day We Have Arranged an Advance Exhibit of Spring and Summer Sweaters, Golf Jackets and Country Club Nov elties in Shetlands and Silks. In a short while wo will begin carrying those goods regu larly in stock, but orders for any piece will he taken now for Immediate delivery. The exhibits?in tho window and in the Second Floor De partment -are beautiful ones and are well worth seeing. ^ i?^ TT 11? ZKL REMNANT DAY i_L\\ 11 11=^/1 ? Economy Day Throughout Store Sharing in tho extraordinary bargain offers of these weekly sales events has become a habit with most of our resrular patrons, and with many who have dealt elsewhere. PLAN R1 (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

MANY USEFUL HINTS rtlatlig to health, household ethical question* and fublon arc dally on the 'A'omiii'* l'age THE TIMES-DISPATCH SUNDAY WANT ADS PAY firing your copy to-day. Ileal Katnte, Diulnriui Chance*. noard era Wanted, Help Wanted. THE TIMES-DISPATCH 65th YEAR VOI,tiNi: 03 M.'>111 Kit 44 PRICE 2 CENTS AEROPLANES RAID IDNNS IN BELGIUM Thirty-Four British Machines Drop Bombs in Cities Held by Germans. OSTEND STATION SET ON FIRE Claude Grahame - White Falls Into Sea Off Nieuport, but Is Rescued. I.ONDOK, February 12?Aerial war far# was waged to-day on the largest scale In Its history, nn<l under adverse circumstances, from the standpoint of the weather. British airmen, buffeting; snow In the air. swept over cities of Northern Belgium held by the Ger mans and dropped bombs on Ostend, Bruges and other places. Thirty-four aerophones and seaplanes of the British navy took part In the operations, and all returned to their base without casualties to their drivers, although two m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

Five Separate Engagements Are Now in Progress in Poland f ~ * observations on the western front, says the llrltish artillery arm has greatly KlroiiRthcncd, and claims that it lias gained 11??? ascendency ovoi the German*. There hnvo been many hi ports Hint new and better kuii* were being construct oil tor the Hrlttsh. and those Apparently now are in service. Airmen have been extremely active. Thirty ltrltlsh fliers delivered attacks on the German positions in Itelgium. while German aviators h;.\o dropped 100 bombs on Verdun. It lias been urged that an attack by large num bers of aeroplanes Is the only way to make them effective, and both sides seem to have adopt? <1 this plan, as is indicated by to-day's British raid and the attack by German aircraft over Dunkirk several days ago. K1 KTIir.lt i:\IM.A \ATIO\ OK HI SSI AN IIK.TIIIKMK.NT PBTHOGRAD, February 12.?Further explanation of the retirement of the Russian forces in East Prussia is made lo-dny !n an ofllcial statement, which ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

BRADLEY WILL WELCOME POLICE INVESTIGATION Willing to Ijiiy Ills Record Bar? Be fore Any Committee of Inquiry. MONEY NEEDED FOR RELIEF I'nlillc Anxious to Pine? Rlamo Wlicro It Belongs for Practical Colinpso of City's Segregation Pol icy?Expect Far-Reaching Probe. While members of the Hoard of Po lice Commissioners nr?5 anxiously court ing Inquiry* ns to their conduct and their policy regarding the segregated district, the women who have placed themselves beyond the pale are grad lially moving out. A few, perhaps, will remain; the majority of them. If they can, will return to their homes, or cast themselves upon the mercy of other cities. Man.v, if not the majority, of the women are without funds to go or to remain. They are being cared for hy the State Hoard of Charities find Cor rections. lte v. J. T. Mastln, secretary "f that board, lias furnished traveling fare to all who applied. One has asked for :i ticket to Michigan. She needed $30. It was (flvcn her. Others have asked for tr...

Publication Title: Richmond Times-Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

Useful \V7 1 TJ Ethical Hints Woman and riome Talks The Morning Story VAI-KNT1NKS. By Clnrfnw Moore. On tho morning of Bt. Valentines Pav the hoarders at Mrs. Munson s gathered around the Iouk table with perhaps an unusual Interest In tho morning's mall. But the postman wap late, and break fast lagevd. Ones or twice Mra. Mun aon had thrust her sharp nosa into the room, and had even asked Mr. Hoot if there was anything more he wished. Now. as a mat tor of fact. Mr. Asa Root at<- a hlrdllko breakfast, and never had been known to take a second helping of anything; hut this morn ing, the postman not having arrived, Mr. Hoot smiled blandly at his land lady, and informed her that he would take a second cup of coffee. Second helpings of anything being rare at the Munson table. Mr. Hoot 3 fellow-boarders grinned appreciatively when Selma thudded heavily in with a second cup of a muddy mixture, po litely called coffee. It was notablo that Mr. Hoot never even glanced at the replenished cup...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

[SPORTS NEWSY STORIES FROM THE BUSY ATHLETIC WORLD SPORTS] JOHN HHSHILl HIGH 1 SCHOOL WIS MET l Championship F,vents at 111 hps' Arm ory Hotly Contested ? Winners Make Start in Dash. TltAIMIAM TAKKS SHOT-PUT Academy Star in Kino Form in tlio Finals?lirandt Scores 'Kniiily in the 300-Yard flash?HKO-V a r d (Uiii the Feature. POINT WINNERS St'IlOOI.S. ?loltn M;tr?ln'll M Acndeinj -J llciil'llli'lllil' ! IMMYIDt AI.S. Ilrnnilt 10 Trnluttnm .1 ( tire S|M-nrfr II l(u>k (I I'epU* 4 ? loliiiniin 7 Mlllrr I (.rahnio a Kit Iii ? l.nty a Thompson .... a KIiiiih I W liltt. l I Turner I Comlru? nut victorious by a wood margin Sri the annual meet hist night in the Mlues' Armory, Julm Marshall lliiili School fur itx- hci'mik) nine hum il'.o prep school championship of Itlchmoinl. The hold on the cup offered by the Srrsithdeal Husine.-s ('olhtjii- was pt'uo lit.-allj.; cinched, tlit-- \v 11: t. i J ? ;< of one more championship ht injr tic t'Hsary to >? -t?111> It. The wearers <>...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

$irfimoiu) Cimc?-fl?pnlcl] THI3 TIMKS, F.uiniletl 1SSS Tin: DISPATCH, Founded 1S.'?0 I'iiIiIImIkm! every ilny In (hr ye?r by Thr TIiumi Dlapntch l'nhll*hlii|? Cnnipiiny, Inc. Atlilrenft nil romcuilrntlorn* to TICK TIMKS - IllSI'ATril. 11mM-III?|iiili'li llulldlni;, !0 South Tenth Slrocl, nu ll n.nntl, \ a. TOI.KI'HOXK, ltANDOI.ril 1 Ptihllcn t Inn Ofltcr 10 South Tenth Street Bonth It Irlimniiil H12II Knll Street Peternburjr 100 Xortli Syciininre Street Ljnclihuri; -IS r.lf;luli Street llASnnOOA, jTOIIY QIIOOKS, i\c? Speelnl AilvrrtlKliiK Heprenentntlve*. Ken Vork iHK) I'lfth Avenue I*hllnilel|ih In Mutuitl l.lfe I ~ 1111 <11 n KT CliletiKii l'e<i|ile*N <? hi Untitling smsi itim-mx iiatks IIV MAII., One SIt Three One FOSTAt.K l\\II> 1 rnr. Mon. .lion. Mo. Dnlly mill SuniU.T., . $,'1.00 91 .r>0 5 .S<S Dnlly only 4. DO a.00 l.UW .85 Suniltiy only oo 1.01) .50 . V,* lly Time s-I>l?p:itch t nrrler Delivery Service lit ' lllchmontl (mill MihurliM) mill 1'etcrnhurK! D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

BACHELORS' GOTILLIQN I GIIES MM Bill Season Closes In lUnro of Glory In Ballroom at Jefferson Hotel. I WOKS ARK MOST UNIQUK Many of Younger Society Set Are Seen on Dnnring Floor, German UelnR One of the Prettiest Affairs of tho Kntlre Season. A brilliant Valentino hnll concluded tho series of dancos given by tho n:nh . tors* Coillllon Club thl.i season. Tho entertainment took placo In the ball room of llu; Jefferson Hotel last even ing with a large. number pf 'nc,n,"p'r" hi attendance. Palms and hay I tanked tho foyor and ballroom. and tbe littl? tables, where tuippcr was served at II o'clock, wero arranged about 'he of the room. These were ???? orated tu |<ink roses. Adolphus lUalr led the cotillion, ami all sorts of novel and unique favors were distributed anion* the dancers. There were uny parasols for the ulrls .n.l Haps for tho men. miniature golf l.alls. Scotch caps, bonnets and hoods .?J bright-colored tissue paper, and Just I'oforo supper cotillion-mortars weio placed In ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

STEP IN DEVELOPMENT Keserve Honnl Issues Herniations (toverninp Discount or Purchase of liankers' Acceptances. WKKKS Sn:\T IN PRKIWHATIOX Designed to Hriug This Country's System More In .Accord With That of Other Nations?May Take Share ? of Husiness From London. WASHINGTON. February 1?.?An-I other st? i> in the development of Amer ican finance designed to hring it more In accord with that of other nations, w as taken !?> the Federal Reserve Hoard to-day. when 11 issued regula tions governing the discount or i??ir chase of hankers* acceptances The Federal reserve act authorized j national hanks to purchase acceptances based 011 the importation or ex porta- j tion of goods, and the board's regula tions Indicate how hanks may avail themselves of 'Ik*" aid of the Federal reserve hanks in securing the redis count of such paper. and lay down the lines h\ which the reserve hanks them- i selves will he guided in purchases of j acceptances in the open market. He fore the Federal reserv...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond times-dispatch. — 13 February 1915

?RirtmiomJ ?mcjr?li$patclj SIXTY-FIFTH YEAR. AD V1ITTEDLY THE BEST MEDIUM IN THIS SOUTH FOR CLASS IFIED ADVERTISING. rEI.EPHONK WANTS TO THE TIMKS-DISPATCH BAMJOL.1'11 1 1 RANDOLPH WANT AD. ItATICS. OAII.V, mo cint r ?:;d when paid in *<t vi-Kt. No iuI. tfJ'.'Mi lor Ins thun 10 cent*. H.Ml.VV, ono anil ciia-half centi a word for oil c'aiMlflud a'1*. except Situation* Wauled ? t nr.e rent a 7/urU. No ml. t^keu lor leit than 16 ceuti. NO,AD$. t'.ittn for than 23 e?nt? wbon charged cr i-tisntd In. Plioned order* not KUitrunieect. i.inari/iciiiloii* not cu^rnutuad *fl?r f. M. DHATllri. Hot >K Kit.?Died, at Clifton Fortje, Va., February 12, ISIS, WILLIAM L. BOOKER, thirty-flvo years. Tilt funeral will take place at 12:30 P. M. Sl'XOAV Iroin 101J East Broad Street. at Oakwood. Frienua invited to atr.-nil. I'AUKlt.?Died, at Memorial Hospital. 10:.'!0 o'clock A. M. February 12, U>1&, JOHN GEOKOK LAFKR, a?c0 loity tour. lio leaves one Mister, .Mrs. Charles A. Williams, of Charlo...

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