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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

mm victory. >e a Complete Triumph Along the Line. I the Voting Tabulated by and Majorities, Showing Lucky Candidates. ions are over, the fun is ended rk is done. Not for another e be button-holed bv the ward industriously talked at as to iuld not vote for Mr. So-and-so, r annual cycle will roll around iring candidate will meet us sry smile and a hearty hand inquire anxiously after our I our cousins . and our aunts, sr now, and "I told you so," ral verdict. Men meet in the p hands warmly and say "We ks, old boy, ain't we?" then smile and pat the successful smoke his best cigars and talk hard fight "we" had, when is to one they voted the other as ever thus: The best man ;he devil take the hindmost, ay's contest was a quiet but e in Aberdeen, and there were worked faithfully and well for sctive candidates. The weather vet at intervals, but that did [he aspirants and their friends jwing out theirfeet" for all they and the rtsultof their labors ction by the citizens of a good, itive a...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

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Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

lerdeen Herald. ■% - December 10, 1891 EKI. V ON FKBE 811, VKB. is what the American people but it is a difficult matter to get 3 agree exactly w hat is money simple. T. V. Powderly, writ- North American Review* for upon the relation of free silver rkingman, makes some interest lents in regard to what we now ney. He says: tal production of gold in the tates in 1890 was valued at 0. I do not know what per -1 that amount is consumed in Is and in the jewelry trade, tfe to assume that at least one e devoted to these uses, leav one-half, or <116,400,000, for use its. The total volume of cnr ivenin official reports last year, gold, silver and paver, was ,895. Of that amount $634,- is gold, $458,134,057 silver, and ,553 was made up of the differ of paper currency. With less rd of the currency composed of a total of over two billions of quited for use each year, it is possible for gold to constitute >le or honest basis far our cur must not be forgotten that less ,806,831 of the gold c...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

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Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

Bdeen Herald. . December 10, 1891 LOCAL lind and prowl and fret, fy be cold or it turns out wet its cold or whether Its hot; 1 to weather it whether or not. full lines, at Kroenert Bros', [red and thirty-two votes td since January Ist last, aer & Co. have the finest ry for Christmas in town, storm of Monday smashed fs in one or two houses about : IK,, everv day at the Aberdeen | 8-2t Been pleasure club gave a suc- Ktainment Saturday night at lort wraps, long cloaks and ■oing at bargains. M. E. Gray. I some talk that the police Kress dancing in the saloons ■ night. I of cannned goods at the Iront.' br that several Ocosta people ju diver to locate their lots Lent storm is denied. (lg new, condensed cotfee at A new industry is likely to mat the shape of a shingle mill, e leading citizens propose to iuth Aberdeen before the new I and tobaccoes go to the Ab v commissioners have decided xtra session on the 2lstinst., he matter of damages done ads by the Northern Pacific ie comforts at...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

Gjzjys HAS3O&- \ Vnwit TniW north at the Coinm i»« river Is the woma to Gf*w hacfaor. from the PseiSe oeeaa. ieo* known to ■vigit. n ae ae most accnsbie ami Mfcat harbor cm the limit Tbebarear na a depth of ham eighseeß » twenty three set < water u tow tsae. «-*• ■at mama: arm ten to i&acn Seet at high tide. The entrance- «• Thaimei. isafaont a vjie. inti she extreme wahh of the harbor ss twelve miles- cadnaJj tapertiitf B> a pains at :a «Mtera 4»d. where ifch met by ae Chehafia ami Wamgan rrteK la rf"» hart*T there are thnt wwl ledned :tfef TTtr ampie amrhrcaiie rains and atenpnifincc me InaiL «9<si»bbk m nmistßMi. -jenr the Wad if the barber. The* ihianneie are <nana!C hrm iarh other ami from the mure 3P3per sy ex tansi-i* i-aii 3ais ip » the ■* ta*sr -qami»3irg- where Tie toianat oi btsmf mere tnutaeL aau *weoc taem away, ami the water » iw *p a i«r < jhtve line. Ac the bead «' the har bor the -.ihaamtt x jtw two "-loisaajt iaet waie. arrra* a leoth of -C i...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

Been Herald. Decembe" 10, 1891 I EST WARSHIP. hiladelphia, December sence of 16,000 jectators. will be 1,500 tons heav ne, and 1,850 tons heav as. Compared with the Agamemnon, Ajax and he New York is faster ■an the swiftest of these radius of action is 6,000 he has an advantage also and turret armor, which, 1, will offer great resist tie English guns may be han those of the New i superior manouvering us to select our own nd the 8-inch American rated itself to be as ef 2-inch gun of the Eng ge of 2,500 yards. On > New York will be pro tial belt of armor, an cluding material and a ve deck. In the wake, spaces, a belt of thin between the protective :ks and the flying deck on which all the boats The two military masts h double fighting tops . Having a free board m the water to the up . be able to fight her n her speed in r. seaway r smaller ships helpless. ■ York is finished she formidable cruising ves ed the stars and stripes, te largest and most pow imship ever built out hip yards....

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 10 December 1891

AVrdeen Eerald. - 10- 1891 WITH PEK AND IXK. BY L R. W.) iiicit. Bind Mi 80 1 tbowaad too. Like iAtti of war* it! 4e*:h* oI tino- Ai-i ret icealb tfre tot htmr— -T w*s won Vy jooie* TfiUgt tjweT. And os the ha Mk wwa I' *»I- Tke wind ruse briskly op tki* «f. Cristas tbe brw»t taiac tkc rorf: Then, passi wr here. ««« Jo« #> lo*d Of piae-oeent*. ud tbook H*le«ly Two fro» tfcar wild rwe tree. ' lUGliai 3TOT*S. The Century, in white, gold sod brown, is oat in Christmas dress. It is very pretty, but not Terr original. The gen eial get-up is like the Harper for last Christinas; and the little angel is almost the counterpart of the aneel who used to stand among the Centorv advertise ments, holding a legend concerning the virtues of "Spnidel Salt." In fact, it is the Same angel done in gold with her wings at hiii mast and her heal not tipped quite so much. The magazine is especially full of illustrations. Besides ihe new pic tares of the erqnisitely en graved series of "Old Masters," tha...

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Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

In. the dailies say. December 10* packers have formed a big sal- | ,vtul butchering of Christians con- 1 China. marshal, W. S. Parker, > of city taxes are still missing, j of the dynamiter who at- to blow up Russell Sage is still Victorian and Flyer had a Seattle toTacoma. The Victo- by two minutes. and easy pass through the mountains call the 'Crow's nest j been discovered. firemen were buried alive, and in than a dozen lives lost at a big Louisville yesterday. has a city printing scandal. dishonesty is alleged on the part of Call publishers of the Treasury Foster's re- an increase for the past year in the ordinary expenses of December 11. overturned lamp caused a $100,000 Seattle yesterday. of Newton, Conn., was out of $56,000 yesterday. union printers will give a ball at ■ Westminister New Year's eve. were 611 bills and joint resol u- presented to congress yesterday. revolution in Brazil, consequent H the death of Dom Pedro, is said to H trifling affair. whole town of Silver C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

GHATS ffJJtSVX. Aboot fifty allies worth of tke Colum bia river is tbe entrance to Gt*w hartwr. from the FbriCr ocean. long known t a# tbe most accessible ami safest harbor on she coast. The bar car ries a depth o< tram eighteaa to tw*e!y three See* ol water at Mr t:.Je. s\xh tec to fifteen feet at tiigti tide. Tbe entrance. or channel. ssaboct a miie wide-. and the extreme width ol tbe harbor is twelve mile*, grtttualiy tapering to a point at its eastern end. where it » met by the Chehaife a«d Wtafcth rt«w. In the harbor there are three well defined efcacaeis otferingamfie anchorage room and aeifjij into ooe brwfci. (fceprbinai;* or roadstead. near the bead of the harbor. Tbes»» channel? are separated from eutfc other and from the shore proper by ex teasrre n.*i flaw op to the point ol their ciwifrKikw. whete the wtame oi water, being more coefissed. ha* swept them away, and the water is deep np to the *ery shore line. At the head of the har bor u» channel is over two thocwind f...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

■een Herald. . December 17, 1891 llmous foi.ks, ■tell, the actor, once paid Slight's lodging to see Miss Kiet, and slept that night ■agon. Six years later he ■omeo to her Juliet, ft. Hunter, of Indianapolis, Kul ideas. He said recently Keeided to open the world's It he would lead an army to ■itch it bodily into lake ■ay the ex-empress Eugenie ■)er personalitv to a census ftugenie, countess of Pierre lof age, born in Granada, ■ized in France, a widow, ■of England honors John I putting up his portrait ■of the great financiers of Ich hangs in the directors' fcly other American repre- L Alexander Hamilton, ■subscription to the comrnit leving the famine stricken Russia is an imperial one. led that 50,000,000 rubles be Is private estate for the pur- I about $25,000,000. bxnard, who is doing so fclish the beet sugar industry [where he has erected very Ineries, is a young man of Is out of college. He is a lysically, but full of the vim It win success. correspondent of the New telegraphs, ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

~v *fa a lS~'mi ii * •—" -» Ttar*Cr»- - Iwf^- atma rial"* • r F 2, WALL. - "W, JL Oti-T^itT.'. SnsoKss Hjjgr ln« ® • <3msi K-feii »«wfca « i-MErn«n- " ma.. w. Kill *a m If arKTRK mm «J j«r»-rf"St*'-•«!£:•• ~i»- f L-ti ut itntt i&nmlTO* nmm. * -ramer&* -rear -n rawer «i*~ m*t *T 3HBXV vf < tIITHBW TiTTT - * ;f"T*T v X *' scmrz. m ihm; |Hbu "O *1 nihvm: ± iiar rrssicwa "liar mni inrrtw 'hbriues* ■* *ha ■notco ••ii m» uua-r surcn it ir W. JL raai««i wiui NHtfaMoafteflncßgCfttraS mm#?"* 4ilit wtui a® ymg ail nm-iiwawi "iim 3»T la jiearTßT TW «U<l aa-T^naae r a. Tsr^ Zmi * wumi'* iww <rr»» a wi«a- Stt mi -ausmnun'M. 3iwm»-fla a staitL? "irim rtti- fejHBHl atiewt awsmr aiinrn* .0 'iia- «w. "iffit -mat a piwrnj ji r- iinn.- 11 iia waK uui f"ar:ri«! «Su»». ISa rtisinea a~tin» laa 9B Jn T!u» a » ma tpun «i Ka»fc3i-» jut -«a-anut n wa 11 rha aww3. «as» • F-«»emaii A 2'iigp. Inko*. ? -p«nan xaenas law uui H.w«sb» Tia xrra. r W TL dart. ffnwu aiaiL»er if Boiurf )i Tatift. » ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

Hen Herald. December 17, 1891 Is down with typhoid d. Id see to it that the ravel. jpaper has seven hun due on subscription, stick in the woodshed. to buy for cash can get le Diamond Front. 0 has been having a laded disease, typhoid le twenty-first day and nt given by Miss Stan >[>era house on Friday iredit on her, though ; small. nif for rent, suitable ly at this office. tf .8 down from Aberdeen n the interest of the A. of which will soon be a.—Pioneer. )gs was on a spree in y Monday morning, mediately summoned t logs were arrested. nen are at work grad ortland addition, tf istained an attack of last aqd is in a preca at last accounts he nS s a home with " The Ro he light of the morning. ;ster Lamp Co., New York. Co. have the finest Dhristmas in town, her daughter Maude luring the past week, ear that they are con : dried fruits at the lisplay of art in the 1 Heron street this ' the beautiful may be g the treat. y day at the Aberdeen 8-2t 1 not forget that the now in the hands...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

Ahwfe** BffraM. TutTM** - ' 8W SrtsCtuaß? i&'.tz ■*-i>rru«mij ftt * ?■"«- jw*S GranesSaca Aurat. j£im~ f»w TaA. Wa_liar«»i fffife -~mra»:_-- ■waa «&* *1 jntdol §BJ ■Sfoi. 2n»ui rf W £ Xk'S n -he TOT: iftjJ&p * j.i J «5L Inn ami •'. £. ?'*nctuf lit MBntoai «eene«<&. Bawir - iff %m %ocM. nst&? y tini b.i»£ "ETwi. Bitnu'.n3rrKa» rf L W_ Eif"? IJ*I.-mr rt.'i-.Tif ujtT 1 5 F-tnw jiiiriim ▼■«§ fSei. Tin- 3*- "rsawL * w ftflravt jtaaaaeaa Tf n— I)**- £. IHH£ "Si aR '""r— C icn»: if zu- Cit?> if .idMHruwa. Titmyan L w.mr 1 "-.3*n uuf mmbi •rf sm nE7 tfiwuw. MIC-WIR* * < ot 3Rat 2£ »■: 21. .21, tiiutx sm. ftw»Miffriiwi:<teAß*BiMW. r-iruit m,*< ■)»fi liiifTy wr 71m* ijinjurtiiirt 3««6? jilt 11 -it!na> «u» t in wr in-r j«m:n jt a. im«* J." Jnou!» uriunnn. in •int nawm -Jut jiTtvr * jjn«c awaa lr -vei«iin Ji xvr jio» w aw tfntac m"a inns xi -ae- Srtta P» ais? j+ uf -»iav h* ta» s*?".u»r -ja «■»*«: siir ul»*? * +ni!iuci T.ti-i -i*ani ant » wjllil SMD» it ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

lerdeen Herald. By, December 17, 1891 KIOtIS CONDENSATIONS. spoken in Europe 587 lan- of man is 98} 2 deg., ■l> 77 deg. . steamship consumes 390 per day. Hfour pounds of raw-sugar make pounds of refined. consignment of $1,500,000 the total of gold received from September 12, to $27,000,- silver-wedding presents to was a $50,000 ermiue mantle K nobility of the province of turned out to 83e the first day's double-deck Pullman street which a Boston electric line running. of a scientific exploring has been pushing through Australia, accomplished the un dated feat of traveling 550 miles in days with but eight gallous of each camel. iron rained in this counrty is ■y supposed to have beeu in Sau- Hes., about 1043. Iron ore and Hiron have just been found in Heverly. This puzzles the "oldest Hnt," as no person living ever Hat iron existed there. The smelt- Ht have been done at an eatly Hy possibly before 1643, as there Htlements there as early as 1460. H Island is the only state having Bt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 17 December 1891

4 Y<*rzl"L IT. IXK TTTTS T£S ASS 35. it as.. m. «■* Wlrfi lu. f - — *n*f IfIBMH f,nw£ * *ar* *nm*' s vm- dtorverr**: 3ite -mi*' * &a*£ **>"»•■ : '=f iww *a* Jk irKwr f;lu" 'I Sir met tSa*. S«»BBt «»t inr WSILJ. JBS ■Jlrr:*.':-'. Sj nut sraef »mar> wwesat- iw» «* ■•* ' vak jry wiesw* tim. tar 2w«. "Si «■* 'warjie mtLut oflß ««7* H ««UI Tta iwdxi OTK HI »Suei lar jme »■» cS«t incrbaa •» omart« TwaCTima l»a M*r am i 3* wer Sk* Jhr i» tear ok Xaea yw trtti a* lr* tmam. Mr tanei J» »m ai rmn Sb*9he tar *k« «.ir: imrr rf »Ita. <5& Iwta—v.. lit •s-ut «r» if -fii*. i«a ji- n* svu» m **. nut wra miiiw " To* *nnar *uecj*ts a»»c %y »ir® -JUM» nuw u*n ▼«*«_ * t** 4* art iliilil •ftpo-» * * we * lie 2«.%-Sr.dmi:aa_ riuuTy fcKUpKSa Wi«- "Jt 3&y»—iatH- *ar.iiTr* ar«J w*TO»s«r mm *a® moßnw £e gme mar. 3® s«r To*. i» -:a£S»«i tS* ' «c iy incaiasrt. ami «aa a. -juim mK>t 3Bfraj» ia»£ rnnxntiK*. Or* -»-g fc*i%r: Bsra Tigm iae iu>t «a* puis *o>: ««nw •«# 3s«ss mettfSam ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 December 1891

tk.tojf-.i--: J-'- rTZJirf^mT fvi. ■LLWAY MEETING ft and Enthusiastic Gathering ■o Discuss the Question. tjen Citizens Wishing For the Snort and the Rumble of the Iron Horse. fpitome of Some Sensible and •ointed Favorable and Un favorable Remarks. citioens mass meeting in the of Trade chambers on Saturday ig to discuss the railroad situation attended by about one hundred of ost influential and representative is of Aberdeen. It was an enthu ! and exceedingly interesting cau- i he pros and cons of t.le vital ques t issue being moßt thoroughly gone )y the different speakers, some of had given the matter considerable ht, -while others expressed some r surface views. It is, of course, ess to explain to leaders of the XD outside the pale of the imunedi strict tnat this question of a right y most directly affects, that the ng was called to devise some means sby the city could meet the demands c Northern Pacific and secure, if >le, an amicable adjustment of the ilties which have thus far...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 December 1891

A ! jerrieeii herald. Ttarafe luiwr-r r*- !»: m ouanr ««ti The F*" 6 **** *e"» :l the a*ek *i w2« esi««s»« w Ciiw cuaaty* ff«s fcww« wn aMWcri "Jfce 11 MB Mi lfa» '3* »s The «r« BB to -w f »«"M «-« W H- Lm. * frafpw-* aho arrfaai as Psn Amfsw «■ the Mtt aia& sac saw. ahc- »«it hot ia i <*iia iy * faee SaJifflf or *- He ie «riW» -.a* «(■ j* At p - **** l *=•* *» A fecfrific hf t-mr wssieasfi- Whem she- »xa«S «ifu< ap- sa M<oi»y m waa «i «■ -M E»*i H«w tfdaiMtalte ■»» *-* aaaaaed :y a *nr2*e rat? 3k* Si«a ier. Is vsi jCI ii*t- cvi fee- ÜB«?©£&t sfcas * »:<»«( jaf ja» a faa aates ate«* »fci trefcm haae, icrae a &>»i aafitr it htii »»«p Jaaa sfereaga ta* 3Bt:« nlier. Mr. L* "Tin 11 in■ J. I * "=-- f * •» ok BeaPrr *3)i aetret, ami ansa it* «*»■«• ss. lhe a*»aantowa t3ui :u*inse ccwd hf L*r« sreef. «f Shf fcr«r. St.-**- SB- £** **t :&*r;wfe- <W«- Mttißtyi to 6C iF»:cs»i » CHOW jt li«e_ las ■«■**, tm -marm. Ac t sa sary a»£ p»>JBT terse ®fBE as- The a=...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 December 1891

jfleen Herald. December 24, 1891 I It bread making. I annual meeting of the. linical Society held in I. C., the question of the late of ammoni.' as a leav llirend, or as used in bak luif up for discussion, in Irker, of the University of land President of the Soci- Krdson, lata of the United hient of Agriculture in ■Dr. Wm. McMartie, la;e Etry in the University of I. H. Hartley, late Chemist ti, N Y., Board of Health, I Chemistry of the Long I and others, took part. Lb of opinion was over- Ivor of the employment of ■was stated as a fact that bred the gluten of the flour Llian the original gluten, tead in which this action Iby carbonate of ammonia Higestible and hence more because of the extreme rbonate of ammonia and ipulsion from the bread in baking, it is one of the post healthful and most ning agents known. ißions are borne out by the i and exhaustive experi y Prof. J. W. Mallet, of the Virginia, which show con bread made with a baking ch one per cent of car onia is used, in conne...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Aberdeen herald. — 24 December 1891

Aberdeen Herald. Thursday. - December S4, 1891 19SCZI> EVEBT THCKSDAT F. R. WALL, - Proprietor w. A. C RAN dell. Business Mgr tuu or snscratwi: Oae year, in advaaee *JJ Six monOu 1 !? ThlMDMllll! - - '® AdveKuia* raset am appUeanca. Eatered at tke postofflee at A<bert««B, Wsah.. » s*r»ad el*u atail «ats*r. sewj ud all items of ioterwt. »Urße4 from all part* of sheeoaatf- Tk* CUM of ti« mUr thoaii appear. A«?w coawnfertiMa to tke ABERDEEN - HERALD WmdoaotfcoWoanelTM rt<poa<i6.« ror tk« view 5 s; <>piakau expressed by >«-• rorwsjwao ent*. We rewrrt tk* rtrfst to reject aay and a.! mattar of a p*rv?nal uxft. vltrt it r««at» the is-lividaal -iiwrrfrt of aav oee. The man has not yet been !<xmd who i» ro sanctified tbi! he ean anile when be pars bis taxes. What are ywi doing for Aberdeen ? Are too an active citizen, a mercenary mow back, or a chronic croaker ? The Ocosta Pinter man speaks of the "everlasting etemitr of the incompre hensible hence." What's the matte...

Publication Title: Aberdeen Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
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