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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

f. n News From Hy Mrs. Patricia Wlllloms- Delphinc Mlllam of Jacksonville Fla. visited Martha McBridc. Guests of Mrs. Annie Svchlak were Mrs. W. L. Cervenka of Granger Mr. and Mrs. Engclbcrt Tonk of Vienna Austria Gretta Cervenka of Europe Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Adamck of Grand Prairie Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Kubacak Denisc Kimbcrly and Deborah Kubacak all of Austin. Mr. and Mrs. David Casas Sr. of Houston visited Mclchor Mesa. Visitors of Mrs. Bertha Use were Ola Miller and L. Pursky of Georgetown Georgia Dubcc of Granger visited Jerry Chasak. Otto and Charlie Mac Burnc of Rosenberg visited Mrs. Bertha Clark. Visiting Mrs. Kathryn Cavitt were Florence Y. 1AST YEAR INSTEAD OF USING 882 MILLION GALLONS OF OIL... isHTTJ L Jl IMi JUi f jl? i i Living Will O' Bell Wray of Georgetown and Virginia Yearman of Stcphcnvillc. Mr. and Mrs. William Braun and Connie of Waco visited Mrs. Walter Braun Herman Sturm and Mrs. Bertha Gucnzcl. Guests of Mrs. Maria Torress were Mr. and Mrs. Juan Torres Lalo Cuc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

BHW j? 271979Pagc3 The Tribune-Progress Hornets Lose To Crawford Host Evant Elks Friday Sports ThuredaySoptcrnbcr271979Pagc3E m aaV iM HL ( '! Tribune-Progress Football Predictions VLk Hl tl N. aBsnMsmm V LEADING ItU$HER Andrew Bailey (32) led the Holland Junior High Hornets to a 14-0 win over Crawford in the season opener for the Junior high football team last week. Bailey scored both Holland touchdowns one on a run the entire length of the field. Holland Junior High Drops Crawford 14-0 Halfback Andrew Bailey scored two touchdowns and ran for 172 yards to lead the Holland Junior Hornets to a stunning 14-0 victory over Crawford in their opening game of the 1979 campaign. Quarterback Darren Stroud passed to Kenneth Smith for two extra points to complete the scoring. Stroud also had a fine 18 yard run around left end which was called back because of a penalty. The Hornets rolled up 6 first downs and 190 yards total offense despite giving up the football four times on fumbles and losin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

BARTLETT NOSE GUARD Jeff White (55) is leading the Bulldog defense in tncklcs this season. White had an outstanding game against Manor Friday getting in on several QB sacks and ending up the night with 16 tackles. yScfrjff!ljl' TlnHlv JHHDHbB ltjll Jir3y MfflBwrw AgHMBBBLtaMfMWBB Tte Tribune-Progressi - Sports Bulldogs Tame The Mustangs jHarc Qpei Date Friday fThursday September 27 1979 Page 5j '0" Awesome Bartlett Defense 'Bull dogs' Manor 21-7 BARTLETT SENIOIl Ronald Glover is pictured above stopping a Manor Mustang running back dead in his tracks. Glover from his tight end position also caught two passes against Manor one of them an 8 yard touchdown pass. (Photo Courtesy Cindy Davis) TD TWINS STRIKE AGAIN Bartlett QB Rob Ford (18) teamed up with SE John Richey (19) for an 82 yard scoring bomb against Manor Friday night. Ford also tossed a 35 yard TD pass to Richey against Thrall. Ford now has four TD passes on the year. Richey now has 5 receptions on the year for a total of 197 y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 27 1979 ifeA m. tt ' .CHM.1frffc.rf.'.. . v. OiV Church Calendar Vlifl ff. JAIltfkv 1' Tii ffW Witt I SSM iSfiEt-'"" Wfc ijiln i raa? .?$ 5 jw 'i.'.-flsSfi! AJnT LJifi wuuii.. wraw in MWimJMj m rJSWl tjTiM!urmj;iMm . ."i?" j 3 Jam wNttml wF "'r"'''. ' vB ill 11 II'iiHWIImVV ) uy Ilk w""""1 SlTta IT'S POSSIBLE! Robert Schuller Words ARE sticks I remember years ago when I would pick our chil- dren up from the playground near our home to bring them home for dinner. Crossing the grounds I heard an old child's saying that I'd al- most forgotten. A little girl was standing near the swings taunting a freckle-faced boy: "Sticks and stones will break my bones but words will never hurt me." How inaccurate untrue I thought. Words can cut nnd twist and scar our minds and souls in such a way that our psyches arc damaged for life. The words of parents teachers ministers employ- ers brothers sisters friends can be far more devastating to one's fragile sel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday September 27 1979 Page 7' Bl HHIh tHHHV' 5Hlll HHHRHRiHHIRL!HHJIHIiHHHHK9JJHH CHEEilS FOIl THE VICTORS- Bartlett High School cheerleaders Lori Thaler Tammy Williams Tish Overby Anna Luna and Debora Gilden led the cheers for a standing room only crowd that cheered the Bulldogs on to their 21-7 upset victory over the state ranked Class AA Manor Mustangs Friday night. Library Notes VO " ' iii Recent acquisitions for the shelves of the library include the following books all of which are given excellent reviews in Book List as well as in Publishrr's Weekly. My Enemy the Queen by Victoria Holt describes the ordeal of Lctticc wife of the Earl of Leicester mother of the Earl of Essex for whom Queen Elizabeth I of England devclopcd such antagonism. Gwcn Hobyns has written a biography which she calls the Mystery of Agatha Christie. A Private Battle by Kathryn & Cornelius Ryan the author of A Bridge Too Far tells of their struggle to maintain the status quo in hi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

" M l $ ' ' rTTTTr v VfT WWTT TW T prir WW WTWWYWWW"vW WW WW WWW FV Tf WW f?T FWTVW v W V FfT tt '- 'j- PS1.-f t l ' 7 Tribune-Progresa Thursday September 27 1979 Page 9 Holland Visitors 1 Hy HETTY HILL Guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II Wayne and Troy Thompson Howe over the weekend were of Spring Texas were Friday Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hartrick night guest of relatives in of Little River-Academy. Holland. 'iHHHHHVr:HHHIH gm AWJOT..VC Uit-VB"fc . -?i I . t WriWH W Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Howe of Holland were In Temple on Wednesday for a going away parly for their grand- daughter Miss Sandra Hcjl who is moving to Midland to accept a job. r PLENTY OF PECANS The above pictured pecan trees in the yard of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cokcr of Holland have several limbs hugging the ground due to the weight of an apparent bumper crop of pecans this year. Many pecan trees in the Holland area have their limbs swaying to the ground due to the bumper crop of pecans. Assistance For Taxpayer's A representative from Hob Bu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

ws ?$: '!"'P!Pff?!f'PP :. V Pn Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 27 1979 yBs fflk fiJHBwi i? CALORIE COUNTDOWN BY SUSAN DUFF PICTURED A1IOVE are the 1979-80 Holland FHA officers back row left to right are: Laura Karl secretary; Tina Woolcy vice-president in charge of projects; Kim Hardin president of the chapter; Sandy Kohrlng vice-president in charge of programs; and Barbara Arnold publicity chairman. Below arc Gary Doskocll who is the FHA Ucau and Charlie Bcnnlght the FHA Pin-Up. Home Economic Shorts Velours arc more popular than ever for dress and sportswear. They are often softer and lusher than previously seen and special finishing prevents shrinkage and creasing says Becky Culp a clothing specialist with the SPECIAL ALUMINUM REPLACEMENT WINDOWS Texas Agricultural Ex- tension Service The Texas A&M University System. A&M University System. I CAN REPLACE ANY WINDOW IN YOUR HOUSE OR BUSINESS Free Estimate Call Collect 699-2525 Kllleen TX. ALL SEASON Storm Window ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

Classified Advertising Rate 6 cents per word. 1 .20 minimum charge per nd. AH Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tribune Progress will not be responsible for more than one In- correct insertion CITY BARBER SHOP HollamlTexu8 Men Women & Childrens Haircuts Open Tues. thru Fri. 7:00 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Open Saturdays 7:00 a.m.-12:00 noon John Mugnnn-Owner irjuttiimt s as uu I n gi GENE B. MEWHINNEY CO. Your Home Town Agent for Old Line Fire Auto & Casualty Ins. SAAGE & ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE DIAL 527-3337 Bartlott DR. J. G. KUBALA DR. BEN KUBALA -Optometrists 10th and North Main Taylor-352-2861 DEPENDABLE-CAPABLE SINCERE SERVICES Big SaUction of Frames . Closed Thursday and Saturday Afternoons Dr. Geo. C. Fowler -Chiropractor-office Hours Monday Thursday Friday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-5:00 Tuesday - open until noon Wednesday 8:30-noon-:-2:00-G:30 Closed all day Saturday Phone 527-3737 Bartlett Texas For Tuneups Alternator & Starter Repair See Oscar's Motor Clink & A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 27 September 1979

' S 1 . V.VVVM"vAr VYts vV V -W WVS. VV V J (fvfc W VVV vyvv vy 'tr' ?' Vi7i'YJ'ylrTy vvvvv v vv -. vt-- "irvyWy VWrvvV v vv s y v w . V- v r r-v -.n : U Pago 12 Tribune-Progress Thursday September 27 1979 Obituaries George E. Carlson -"-" Funeral services for George E. Carlson 63 of Granger were conducted at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. John Lutheran Church in Bartlctt with the Rev. Clarence Rose officiating. Durial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Carlson died Friday night in a Temple hospital following a lengthy illness. He was a farmer and a member of the St. John Lutheran Church. Survivors include his widow Mrs. George E. Carlson of Granger; mother Mrs. Amy Carlson of Austin; three brothers Howard Carlson John Carlson and Earl Carlson all of Austin; three sisters Mrs. 0. J. Faught and Mrs. Elwood Nelson both of Austin and Mrs. Carroll Layton of Dallas. Woodie Zachary Holland friends have learned of the death last week of Mr. Woodie M. Zachary. Mr. Zachary 75 died at his home in Waco aft...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlctt & Holland Bartlett Texas 76511 Thursday Octobcr4 1979 VOLUME 92 NUMBER 51 24 Pages In 2 Sections 817-527-1421 FIFTEEN CENTS .Mrfrw- TTO.XJj-?xrn ..- v . !:' t ' . . . . -e '.? k. v i" " v. ". V T .. 1 r.'ijr" ri-"r rt w. . i" V "V ' : T '(.'KjIV1- -1 .VS( HOBBY HILL owner of Hill Ford Inc. of Bartlctt is pictured above with the top three finishers in each age group of the 1979 Punt Pass and Kick competition which was held Saturday morning at the Bartlctt High School football field. The PP&K competition for youngsters 8-13 years of age is co-sponsored each year by the Ford dealers of America and the National Football League. Rabel Thanks Club Supporters Holland Athletic Booster Club President Jerry Rabel extends his thanks to all who helped make the Booster Club dance n success. Hnbel extends thanks to the Holland SPJST for providing the building Sally Johnson for making posters the Sensations who provided dnncc music without charge and to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

- ' X News From By Mrs. Patricia Williams- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Luning were Rose Bonus of Gntcsvillc Lcona Krcmplc of Valley Mills Trlshn Madcwcll and Mrs. II. 0. Luning of Ft. Worth. Visitors of Mrs. Olive Roth were 0. Linear and Frank Roth of San Antonio. Franklin and Evelyn Glascr of Cameron visited Thco. Bathke. Visiting Mrs. Elvira Canava were Mr. and Mrs. R. Canava of Bclton Josephine Corral and Rosa Martinez of Georgetown. Visitors of Mrs. Nannie Evans were Lloyd Evans and Eddie Maninard of Pasadena. Florence Y. Wray of Georgetown visited Kathryn Cavltt. Guests of Mrs. Frieda Stabcno were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stabcno and Shandi Mrs. E. C. Stabcno of Wilson and Lonnlc Stabcno of Austin. Visiting Mrs. Delia Shannon were Ruth Caesar of Thorndole and Andrew Anderson of Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. David Knapp of Austin visited Julia Pace. Free Estimates Free Estimates E. B. WHISENANT Building Contractor Specializing in New Homes & Remodeling. Room Additions Garages - Carports ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

BBBBBBBBTvcnQBB r y vf ' Tit BBBB JhlfeflHllBfllLwSELflkJS vimmwvriWhtL- HORNETS IN ACTION Bobby Ferguson (tflth football) catches a pass from Holland QB Jon Marc Goodnight and takes It for a 9 yard gain in action against Evant last week. Kevin Bcnncr (81) is shown In the background. bbbbbYtLJPbbvILkS "" cBBBY'J !BBB M 1 S "WIk.- O A"" " Y Hftjwr aBaw PIP P. ri:- rg -- HOLLAND FANS enjoyed the close battle in Holland Friday night as the Hornets played an outstanding defensive game. Left to right arc Susan Sladccck Russell Pajcstka and Linda Wendlcr. Holland Junior High Whips Eagles 24-8 Led by the explosive (running of Andrew Bailey the Holland Junior High Hornets came from behind to whip Bruceville-Eddy 24-8 at Hornet Field last Thursday to up their season record to 2 wins and no losses. Bailey scored on a kickoff return of 98 yards and runs from scrimmage of 81 and 34 yards. Kenneth Smith got the other Holland score on a 54 yard TD run. The scroungy Hornet defense was led by Alber...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Tribune-Progress USPS 044100 Oartlctt Tribune founded In 1684. Holland Progre founded In 18M All opinion end viewpoint! In the Tribune Progre do not neceuarlly repreienf the editorial opinions of thlj newspaper Published weekly In Darllelt Texas 7511 by Taylor Newspapers Inc.. Taylor Second class postage paid at Bartlelt Teas7ltl STAFF MEMBERS Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlelt Temple Kallus Mrs Betty Hill Mrs Barbara Hill Ronnie Persky RamlroCortei Jimmy Howell Subscription Rates 4 50 per year In Bell Milam and Williamson Counties; 5 per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellecllon upon the character or reputation of ni person llrm or corporation which may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to the attention ol the editor Postmaster II undellverable send Form 357 to Tribune Progress Bartlelt Texas 7Slt T - TTTTTT Circleville Philosopher (Editor's note: The Cir- cleville Philosopher on his Johnso...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Page 5 IJAIITI.ETT IiUM.nor. head football Coach Russell Roberts (pictured discussing game strategy with QB Rob Ford during Bartlctt's 21-7 win over Manor) lias been busy this week preparing the Bulldogs for tomorrow night's District 2B-A opener with the Rogers Eagles on Bulldog Field. Kickoff time Is7:30 p.m. HP alaiaRta V J M aflLV 4Hi iLLWiLHaiHiaLHaiBHHatjaH a flHaflaBaaa''') " ' BT iiaH Vvlff' 99aaH 2t"- vlnL . JaaLaLr-'fMlaflHaLwl bbbbbbbbbBbbbbkmLvW '-flik. rwjaLwML V r '''TliJJJJJJXtiffjWsr titatU iaLaaBlBffiffli' O&EliitWltft V . fcJltMaW 'HHI raBaHfVU ' IWTBBH k1 BSpVBBBBBBaBBafeVtaillllllBBBBBBBBak K. uHvPy K .iflfllaV Vs LjMaKaaB HflHn "'WBK&Hf!''' r BH0 ... i .WaWrWS. w;' iaaaaaaaaaaaSTSt I I i- 4 vaB 'A aaaaaaBiaaBt' aWLHfetv 'TSM ' J jg "5PP aaaaaaBdcVaB Ji iDyl ''' JKEkk. iJlMitV. . Vtif BaaaaBaaOr'iaSkaV "Mai T. lk 'atBaHI ' aW "'" BBBBB BB bbW ' ft .JiH -VBHHfnFBlBBVk VtV' iHP kkr ttkvv 7kM. fSB! ic3 HL'tw foHBm ". B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

. V. . v v " - v v-.?;; ;! Page 6 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Trssv 1 jyKZj The Doctors at John 's Clinic take pleature in announcing tin allocution of 1 CLYDED. SMITH M.D. F.A.C.S. for the Hours by appointment only Free Education for the Handicapped CHILD FIND Call COLLECT 18171 756-3232 33 pages of easy ways to cut your electric bill... yours free from TP&L "The Unhandy Person's Guide to E-OK Home Improvement Projects" is a new book filled to the brim with suggestions you can use to im- prove the energy efficiency in your home and save money on your monthly electric bill It tells you how to insulate your attic floors and air conditioning and heating ducts. How to tighten your doors windows and even your electric wall and switch outlets where air can escape. The projects are relatively simple you can probably handle most of them yourself with minimum tools and a little extra time. It's a book we'd like for you to have because we want to help you save money. For you...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

I o o5Jy Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Page7 f A- BARTLETT BULLDOGS The 1979 Fighting Bartlett Bulldogs vs. ROGERS EAGLES FRIDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 5TH BULLDOG FIELD 7:30 P.M. 1979 Bartlett High Football Schedule 1979 BAHTLETT BULLDOG KOOTBALLSCIIEDULE Date Opponent Place Sept. 7 Hutto Here Sept. 14 Thrall There Sept. 21 Manor Here Oct. 5 Rogers Here Oct. 12 Liberty Hill There Oct. 19 Troy (Homecoming) Here Oct. 2G Granger There Nov. 2 Academy There Nov. 9 Thorndalc Here Nov. 10 Florence There Non-District games begin at 8 p.m. and all district games begin at 7:30 p.m. Denotes District Games I I 1 . 1 'V I I I 1 I I I I I Scores Of Each Game Bartlott 6 . . 20 21. . V Hutto 8 Thrall 17 Manor 7 tiv.'.'.'.'-Mtf.mimi-n - - - i - r- r-i 1979 Bartlett Bulldog Roster M NAME Rob Ford LtillcWIIIIami OaryFlschar Ronald Olovar John Richly Ray Parol Brant Daughcrty Brian Hlckt OaryMltchum Jill While BannyRodrlguat Anthony Smith Bart Bunkar Orag Concha Data Oawion CaryDawion Tony Concha Du...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

'VS XxnHV V V ? VHIVSI ivv Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Scenes From The Battle Of Donahue Creek L uj . 1 & 9'fir I & 'X 'MWm Kttfirirafl iMoir iff FnYING PAN Chunking Contest Winners SH LARRY MARTINKA and partner won the Washer Pit- ching Contest WOMEN'S FRONTIER Dress Competition Winners tiflKH MnlBBBBBl NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS OF BELL COUNTY FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE TAXPAYERS OF BELL COUNTY I WILL BE AT THE FOLLOWING PLACES TO COLLECT STATE AND COUNTY TAXES FOR 1979 BARTLETT 3I8S p.v " 1st BANK & TRUST M0N" 0CT 22 n.nn a HOLLAND 3:00 P;M( 1st national bank mon. oct. 29 ROGERS 3;:o8 p.'m. " lst STATE BANK tues. oct. 30 LITTLE RIVER 9:.00 AM ' keifer Marshall wed. oct. 31 ii.uun.ivi. UNbUKAINUt Al7tlNT MEN'S FRONTIER Dress Competition Winners hAAAAAAWAA TROY 1:30 - 3:00 P.M. CITY HALL WED. OCT. 31 IF IT IS NOT CONVENIENT TO MAKE PAYMENT ON THE ABOVE DATES YOU MAY PAY AT THE BELTON OFFICE TEMPLE OR KILLEEN SUBSTATIONS OR MAKE PAYMENTS BY MAIL AT ANY T...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 October 1979

Tribune-Progress Thursday October 4 1979 Page 9 HOLLAND RESIDENTS Donald Bunte on the left and 0. B. Mcsscr on the right were caught by the Tribune-Progress photographer in Holland recently as they were discussing their domino playing abilities. Both men arc known around the Holland area for their friendly personalities and their domino playing. MISS FLAME enjoys the dance listed above photography sports of all kinds. Among her duties as Miss Flame will be to represent the Holland Volunteer Fire Dept. at the Bell County Miss Flame contest to be held on Tuesday Oct 9 In Bclton. Second runner-up was Sandra Shelley daughter of Mr. and Mrs C D. Food Cost Forecast-Fall '79 COLLEGE STATION -"Good buys" In food will await Texas shoppers this fall says Marilyn Haggard a foods and nutrition specialist. Several "price drops" and supply increases are responsible she explains. Miss Haggard is with the Texas Agricultural Ex- tension Service The Texas A&M University System. POHK shows promise...

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