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TENNIS NOTES BY "TOSS" Adverse Weather Provides Test For Players' Judgment WINTER COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

TENNIS NOTES BY "TOSS" Adveise Weather Provides Test For Players' Judg ment WINTER COMPETITION Last Saturday's cold and strong wind was not sufficient to pre vent competition- players from maintaining the splendid stand "'.ard set in previous rounds, One of the advantages in compet Ing in the winter competition is that players encounter a great variety of conditions, and thereby gain a gleat .amount of experience. With the ball di tftiig, at times a matter of yards, acrolss the coir.t during.l its flight, tfliiing and judgment? arte seveerely tested;. i ` Vi? LIale and Noel Triilove we.s i. i ,rei fettle anid tiiking aidvantage of thei" opponents' idifficulty in coping withi i ' elemdents, tooki bot et -froni Woodland'and' i:Kennett `64,6 P : i:: teaii :took the six: tlie P M 3 i;R;? i ,i, h ght ioint ? eacli ati fgh titi tieck'c ant nect fi the seicoiid posI tioni Eacli team uni o mif1iithily i;,?t I :ee, Riailway scoringi 71-1insgat Chiiclh Re 1 anti P.M. 3 egisteiri ing ithei sam...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GREYHOUND RACING Fields For Goulburn Meeting On Saturday Night SHORT RACES POPULAR [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

GREYHOUND RACING Fields-For Goirlburn Meeting On .aturday Night SHORT RACES POPULAR The popularity of the 300 yards distance with owners was again evi denced in the nominations received by *the Show Coursing Club for Sat urday night's meeting, and no fewer than ifour events over the short course had to be .provided to cater for the demand. An improvement has been effected in the lighting system by the instal lation of lights placed inside the fence at the back of the course. The further. illumination provided, it is expected, will enable the progress of the var ious competition.d to be followed mIole easily. Slielis, on the average, are of fairl class,'-and the racing should prove iiterestifn: Tile fixtuie is the. first to .'be', held; since :the blireail' neces sitated : by ; h i,?iposijng of restric tions on the usee f powei thile d raw bets,, -' , 3'TRrI tSj A{E.- ;OO',dis Ga hite! KiRii Turus T;aiga Boy ~2lusive. John ;"Plaiii Jiidy, Coolalie Lad Radilio Girl; DBron ii Jug, Diam...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEN FOR THE AIR FORCE [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

MEN FOR .THE AIR FORCE SYDNEY, Thursday: The chairman of the Air Force Recruiting Drives Committee, Sir Donald Cameron, in tends to address Air Force crew reservilsts shortly in Sydney. . This Is the first step in a plan to keep linterested men who have been accepted for service in, air crei~ s ulider the Empire Air Scheme, but who have not yet :been :called up for trainiilg.: The Air Force authorlities are also examining other means :by :which the interest of Air Force recruits may be malltained duringi the period of waiting for the. call upD.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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ASSOCIATES Storrier Trophy [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

ASSOCIATES "Storrier Trophy : oTle hd dun of ,the Stoi rie; rtioph'.. wvll, be 'playied on :SunldaY rnext Players ale asked to le'i1at tlie'>. club house )byJ 2 o'clockl .Last-! wieeks Stioke competition as ;won' y Mti Heat.at . The draiv'for Sunday next :I .'?-Ir:' Buillock and Iss Ireland, Miss Muipiphy nd ,Mis?Gi-n,-f:rs; Lenny anid ?liss L?zdriighii,: Miss', Wilson. and partneri'.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Position Of Dutch East Indies [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Position Of Dutch East- Indies SYDNEY, Thursday: According to the ;Consul-General for the Nether lands, T. Elink Schiuurman, the in ivasion of Holland had not reduced the ability-of the Dutch East Indies to defend themselves. He said.the report from the United States • that ?"motherless existenice" of the Indies invited invasion was sensational. He explained the defence .forces of the Netherlands East Indies,- which were not inconsiderable, were not less than they were before the Dutch Government moved, to London. iJn additioii, since Holland was ii-, vaded the Netherlands Indies had mado new Allies. He 'declared the description of the extreme vulnerhbility of the islands was, nonsense, as their defences had al\ays been conipletely independent o:t.h?i mother country. ( Referring: to the :.:charges: of .the theatment of Geimani interiiees in the Dutch East Inidles, h said .they, -were ;ibsolutely without .foundation.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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VICTORIA PARK Yesterday's Race Results [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

I:CTORIA PARK,I Yesterday's Race Results ;n, ^rResults at the Vlctoiia' Pirk Race Club's iiieetihng ye?teR day:?weri:e :u:mpe FlatRa?+lii-Fetoon:1,,! 9elvi ii 'eni ae' . Betting::I;;F ' Belevo:i 2 Ltsting, 8 Fe tn 2 ei ave. 2-33le 'otie <A leingt:??h:i de half a length anila half.; uTriein malngeH, niicap'65f- Flint But 3 ---lettin' Di-4lo Tal'o inlk?4d "Deiii tilet, 7 Btrnliyt; .Hei o;.d;14 A thee, -T h7s ead, g n Time, tSeco-nd r Divitsindo .SaniLn Gays on 1n, 2l'a 3eth, reC i :I Betting: -St iaid 0.4 raetl, 72-2 GaylR T11-he othtes. iheelica lengths, atleani A nie, a hal . Time . 1 7. . eoaitelen ITadic ap, 7l nd--i i- Dlvi Ineny 1, Ill ca 2, Cettlasr .' lttine i BCart, 7Ar Ilii-a Senesatln Slet iii dil d Benudy aCol, nukerye, Wee ';'-oo, 1" 31 others', Aoe lengths, a lengthi ATim, im l.e 2ls. Secnd BivIelton 1, Masdtio1ie S ut lBetting: 2 K ola ld. ' eillg 5 4 lStep Getl , iir, . Ili t8 Medl C i, ol e-wie, hagers. Fx lhytelin , ic C lene gtl A neck head Time lie, lf7 ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Terrible Stories Of Horror [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Terrible Stories Of |Horror ;LONDON, Menesdlay: "Hitler seeils t ;lbe ;flinging everything in, saidl olin Tommy. :.. : All sbloliers paid, a, trlbute to Lthi Navyis'skill and (sang-iroid under! heayy ipointlblainik flie. ':iThe tropop ad ':'id.the :Gemlils atl . tacks oh; civlis"ais vere: deliberatte 'Youl woul( thinl 'tiie sights we saw wvould miielt tlie he irt" of a stoine,?'sa dioeiyoung 'soldier..::' "WhlfaLsort o1 enn can mw.10 down .'ci lians it li. nicliiic-.. gu:s: g.f.oii-n neroplanes nidit sliih-sl ' throIhiigli"?- ,thlniiei- withli' tanks, -Cl ishling: screalning fleslih:-al '1 blood like flies. . "Oi ·od?e occasionn wowere iln a convoy apgpioaching crossroads "wheil a swhrm of Belgian aid 'French re-' ifugeesaapItaproached oil the other: road. -' . , : . ,'. '. , . -.?"Shddeilly ' niine :iMesserschniitt, appeared, .ignlored us, aind attacked the refugees. 'I."We :saw.; girls : rushing .Iup and lvown the road, shrieking in terror. ' "One baby was, left screaming In a per...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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BOWLS NOTES BY "NOBIAS" Canberra Visitors Suffer Defeat: Tables Turned On Kenmore MURRAY CUP PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

BOWLS NOTES BY "NOBIAS" Canberra Visitors Suffer De feat : Tables Turned On Kenmore MURRAY CUP PLAY It was indeed a brilliant idea, and certainly a, fine sporting gesture, by the. authorities, that be in Canberra to suggest a friendly. in-between-Peniants game with.our club onr Sunday..,. Two rinks duly arrived ianid were met. In tiiaditional style. However, sad. to relate, they, retuined ..fully: convinced that the standard o'f play here is :very, high: ait the .imomedi?nt for, botli inks isffered l:lefeat;.; oine by 16 points, he other eby a si ng1e liant character, and throughiuit the fteiftieoan that brilliancyg wa uss taiiied : . d eaidswe're. 1iin:: rar?ifori,', seconds wooiljd come aloirg a'nd steal the 'shot, thids liei epeatedlyr 'stledt one; nothe?:off the.l'ate:aiidhieanids were ailit st always in?? doubt:=till: thle ast ski l. ow' l iiad been- 'de livered: T:'ed-Blarnes had l a particularlyi hot rinks listen' to it Tony led, and whliat a? leader!'.d Peter JTckscon .car c...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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SELECTIONS BY "WATERLOO" [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

SiELECTIONS BY J'WATERLOO" Ti ial Stake.-GAY WHITE 1, iCoolalie Ladil -2, TaI?ga Boy, 3.. ai: den Stake..-Secoud Divi sioni: CARRON ,ADJ, t S aIwnol 2 .Sunset Boy 3. Maiden - Stake.7T SecSndl D1ivi sioni: SPECTAWIN- 1, Glen Isle.2, Cash Gold 3. Hlying Stake.--PALERINA 1, L~ady .Magpie 2, i'allison '. -Novice Stake.--lIl)Y THIMBLE 'I, Vict?v'a 2, Snow Slide 3. Encoirage Stake.-COONEY'S IMIAGE 1, Golden Scott 2, Radiant Morn 3. .Progressive .Sthke.- MOLLY HERITAGE 1, Iliaidan 2, Lady's est .3. ., Goulburn Stakoe.-CASH IIE DCEIVED 1, Tom's" Fault 2, White Legion 3.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WOMEN'S HOCKEY Competition Matches For Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

WOMEN'S HOCKEY Competition Matches For. Saturday Competition arrangement9 made. by the Goulburn Women's.. :Hockey Association for; Satir-: ?day a-.ternoon are as follow:; I?... ? Kenmore, No: 1.-2.30: Bluiebirds ' i .Keiinmoie. .3.30 Westella v} Win stopns.;U nimpirs: (1) )B Mi iis ani' J; Lake; L (:2)" 13 Dloherty nd?hi. Kenm'or :No 2 ?23 0:Nrld`?i,:. Wynola 3.30 Cvz' School?I.Umpiresr::iI ) .B Morri d?Wlla: ISpillane J Cook W et V:`ll Sh'ehe ia . ill : Westes. sihi Lake; It McKiay. `f Ryan, t1. McNnught'I' Hayhboc-.l" Gardiier;, D. Robertson,:; E.: McGrath, J. Prench, 13. Woodwell, :D3 ;'!Laii-' caster.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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THRILLING STORIES FROM MEN WHO FOUGHT TROOPS ARRIVING BACK IN BRITAIN German Dead For Sandbags THEY CAME LIKE AUTOMATIC MEN TO CERTAIN DEATH [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

RILM MEN WHO FOUGHT THEY CAME LIKE AUTOMATIC MEN : TO CERTAIN DEATH LONDON, Wednesday: Grimy, sunburnt and weary af ter their fortnight's continuous fighting, British troops, on arrival at a south-east port in England from Flanders gave stirring accounts of the desperate fighting against the furi ous uGermany offensive. The wounded grinned, but had their thumbs up in the usual fash ion. They said: "We are looking forward to seeing Jerry again." Three wounded German prisoners were among them. One Ger man said: "What can we do? We have to obey or die. We have been brought up to this since we were children." The burden of the Tommies' stories was Germany's colossal sacrifice of soldiers and the ruthless attacks on refugees. SThe Germans came over in masses like automatic men to certain death, declared a British private. "They were mown down in" hundreds without gaining anything. Then we would counter-attack. "Piles of German dead blocked the bridges and we used them as sand-bags l?e hi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Rail Chief's Southern Tour [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Rail Chief's :Southern Tour Next week the. Commissioner ;; for, Railways, Mr. T. J. Hartigan, will make an extensive inspection ?of tthe southern railway lines and :,willi arrive in Goulburn on Wed nesday ,afternoon-.. i.. i i.t;. :i I-I ?tiig n's iinpection will roe1':'tii e'line. fili C:impbelltown to 6Coolallie'`'Ciolowe, 'l. . Tiial.LtL and t he South. Cois.t: IIe will, erich Goulburln 'aboitt .5:p.nt :bn:Vednnes~uy and, it Is iu-ideB?eterd: ;v l1: b^ "'tl re,,,t of thli Goulhuiiin' RotaIry Club at dinner, [hat fight OIn! addition to visits; to Yass and -Cioolkdiell,'Mi: Halrtigiunt i, expectld to ieceive I-n?nii· ber:of deputations on -tlihe followlng day. g':. T ::P.l1 ,i- piiiin itliaser .Mil';,enziel, haid a.long' cifotincelln witit repre sentatv' 01tl A CT.U. in Cat" li'ef,.?a iaes':iid,:,i Tierei iseOelry pros. pe?t t tlidt th e tl??iotviinovemlenl will; igree to' apillint ?h' aiviso?l anliei 'i tno, :ilstl Llthe nvernimont ill lhe?a:r'i'.;effolrt; , ..i

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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WAR SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Total Sales Are Over £1,000,000 [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

WAR :SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Total Sales Are Over £1,000,000 SYDNEIY, Thurisday: It was an-; n'ounced this miorning .that ..sales of Warl Savings Certificates .throughout Australia had reached *the 6enormous nigati. of £C1052 00 . Yesterday,' s ales ailone;:'amounlted to £3·1000p.^ .;t '';. . i. ' he War 'Sivigs Cirtficaltos ca:ii paiign is becominingmoiire' In tenide each day. . ' AIr. J. S; Allen, a n'memlbdr. of the committee whhich lis a, assistling the Federal :Treasurei, Ir.' Speiider, saidl to-day, that the support, of'tho p yllii had been s;mniagifli co?et'., 'a . " ', He added: '"'he ^people aieo rusli hings us .to, gi.ve ,wlhatovei" they canl ;o .the Coimmoinwalt'h". . ' ":. • It was statcd the camnilaign wouhli Sallni i-libetus: .next .wek. w heon si rally, sinilar, to that 'lield in. the Sydney Town Haill on. Tuelday night, will be. inaugurated iln Melbourneo. IN GOUIABURN, SIn: :;thlie 6 ', bffices'v of theo:Goullhur iMchlaiis Ics Instlttdt?e'a- group: of I1l ihas lhbeen':...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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UPROAR AT MEETING Dr. Cuttle Is The Centre [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

UPROAR AT MEETING Dr. Cuttle Is The Centre; .UNEE, Thursday: There wao nn angry, scene it.: a meetlilg: heil to dis(its?s recriaiting. whtefi Dr. Ct tltC moved that' a committee ':whlu:i' it ? win, P?Oposeic to appoint oishduilil colsil?t exchlusively 'of 1n1en ; hbo've tilllittor ae, .iil shou liot ilicl e pe'ifons with Germiiti . niiaes; - : Aliorit: alll the mcnifi preseitit Vrl r:otrt'neid coldier.". ' . :: When Dr; Cottle nioveid his motiont it'0 \vwsaiat once :issiliil by the lpii sideit of thei Jund:e: branch:of:: the )itehutned .SOi l eag," L ug?e Mt ilffyl. Theliey; snaid tliht the nUioii onwas lirected atl; a leading: citizen': i;ho This citizeon"tlhen. ielarct d l titat his iam illy- haid' comtie to Austiralia 100 .years a, i , 'aiitl'it 'Ottas'tllhe fl t. tnime ho hidtlever 0 ind .toi attest'this loyity. Sleaking with` eonotion; lie. idii Itoe had a- son in Palesti'e, (tand'(:thait hie iitldi leave: tliihenieeting.' ?" '"': ' "r: Uproar follow\ed, many0:ineii 'Jtinp . In...

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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Nothing Matters But Victory [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Nothing Matters But Victory LONDON, Wednesday: The Secre tary for Scotland,:AMr.sErnest Brown, speaking in Lo6ndoil to-night, said that in' Hitleri Britain , was, notl dealing with a mtn'. who reckoned in military terms. A 70 per cent casualty list iwas to hinmi worth .while if 30 per: cent were left to- gain, the victory. Heohad' no regard 'whatever for huliman life, . either ,-for those :of .his own people or those he fought, if lvy 95 per cent risk hey could attain the last day and reotain a five per cent margini for, victory.

Publication Title: Goulburn Evening Post
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New Chance For Local Government [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

New Chance For Local Government SYDNEY, Thursday: Ald. J. C. Cramer, Mayor of North Sydney, to day expressed- the opinion' that 'the whole of the' Commonwealth should be organised upon'. Local Govern ment ideas for. the purpose of re cruitlig :finance to provide.. for sol dliers and their. dependents. He added that it was" conceivable in view 'of' the agitation which niight arise as ' result -of the conflict that an endeavour would be .made after the war to break down democracy as they kndw it into some other form of 'Government. If pulJlic co-operation was centred within 'Local Governing 0Bodies it woiild be inuch easier for a National Goverlinienit to make a national ef fort aiid,a, 'at the.i samei time, the s'trength.of 'demociacy. ould be prle served. ' "Aid. Cramer suggests that in each municipality 'there should be estnab lished a voluitaiy unit 'for -trainlng purposes regardless of ago or any other disability.

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Men Of The Air Heroism In Flanders [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

Oen Of The Air lieroism In Flanders LONI)ON, Wednesday: I.A.F. Hlttrican, and Defiant fighters shot down at least 22 Germanr planes in a battle overl Dunkirk tornight, according to. the?of ficial announcement by the ?Air. Ministry. There were no Britisli losses: "TlheR.A.Fh.'.continues to give all the support in its power to the Alliedl armies .in ,:they: north-east of ,France antd Belgium,'isays the communqilue. "Railways, roads, bridges and eileiny: troops ,have, beena continuously' at, taclked yesterday, last night:and to day, by medium:nantd heavy bombers. "The enemy'sy a dvaince l has 'beenl considerably harassed aid :imnpedled 'by. these attac'ks. One of our !bomb2 ers failed .to return. j.Our,.fighters hasve, been' ngitgaged inio'flftsive- patrols over?.the Fienoilc coast:ithroughout to-day,?:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

NAN r. Don FY '' i4idsb ry iZoseJ Goulburn. __ Phone 258,

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THE POST Different Terms For Traitors WHAT IS BRAVERY? (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

THE POST Different Terms For Traitors. WHAT IS BRAVERY? (TO THE EDITOR.) SSil-Are thee tiwo diffe entt kinds ,offate)lfoi ll tritoi? 'Osne: for thLe ,o. called I;commoneri fn one for,, a ioyal',tiaItor? ?:It ertinly seems s,. 'The'i.French. pi i p.,i raylng in his 'village'?chulch" for, the success :of te Allies s: draggedl;froi~ii hi ,i Dul,,it and°' shot, b.hecause ;it',bail bad fo uilid le: ,id': .di recteid ?' ,?';iifnghl :raid -on hleisila;e" King Leopoldii::?y coin. :niitteil the:: gi"ate??t act'of tieiachey ever kinown( "and, c hel iiehaebeen gige1j acastlee., by' Hitler "n. iil to lie ?ti eatd ' is,ea b;ave t man:" .Why ma the dii .ffrai. encc aii fatei'. Is 1a'royal?traitor iany differenit flon tihe commonei?.i Leo. pold 'e1 rtaiinlly nei;aie up.: to -Iiitlei.'. estimate pof a ibrave'ii A trator? iThe, same,. fate:.shoi.ld'be'eted out to: all traitors,~ be they?bliiutbl'e vil: lage priest or king;:o a eliii' . MRS. DAVS., Governmenit's Critics-;'";' ' ' : ' Sir: -It is seld...

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MEN'S HOCKEY Draw : Selected Teams [Newspaper Article] — Goulburn Evening Post — 30 May 1940

MEN'S HOCKEY' Diraw :Selected Teams .Another round of matches in the ..Central Southern Hockey Association's- A 'grade competi :'tion will be played on Saturday ;afternoon, which will also mark,, the: start of the Reserve grade,' competition. .:Followinlg is the dr:ii, L ogetliei with the selected teamsni --.:1 :-t ' :Noith Gouilbjiir; umpireis"'. F. "nings and N- C ii'.: '3:30:PW ist uhlblrn 'v Ceitriil-So0ith, No.i 1'; iwfniir?es: J: Godfrey and N. l iureii:' Spoirtsgionni No. .-2.15: St Pat s o 1 v olbiirii 'Higlih School ut plies F::';?Funinell :alnd J : ndeii: 3.0 i:' C.YM.S. v Centri? -Sotii:: No. . 2 ti;. re; ,s Giant nd :M. New ton, .vSt.: PSat? ?-No.: 2; p:iiiiles,;W. ci:.e: ,:Derm?ott ;iild S.::int t 30:: r i? Flrst Gouhlbiii'n aBoy?. Secouits v?",r', NortL Gotuibtiri ui iplires' F. :Funnellt nd e::ndiiratlSooth",No: 1,.: R Glen, P. Todhi Gi; ?.irefilock," C. 'omni;' L. to s; N. Ciille;n, 1 'T'irili,,. :i : iotter (c:ipt. ,i . ilEagdi K. K ia. itei;:: : Vaug:i;. eserve W. ...

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