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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 November 1901

i p THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 16 1901 3 I Catholic Happenings in the Intermountain State e I Biocese of Denver DENVER Passionist Fathers Begin a Mission in the ProCathedral Special Corespondence Ilev Father Robert and Rev Father Gaudentius of the Passionist Order arrived in Denver last Saturday and began a mission in the proCathedral on Sunday morning The plan as first made out that is to devote one week to women and the next to men was changed on account of the danger of I women venturing out unescorted at night Both weeks will be for men and women Father Robert opened the mission at High Mass with a sermon on How to Make the Mission Sunday evening I he preached on The Importance of I Salvation proving from a pagan point of view that the soul is immortal and I the ndwelt en the sufferings of Christ which was the price of the souls re demption Monday evening Father Robert spoke on the Malice of Mortal Sin and on Tuesday evening Death was the subject of his dis...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 November 1901

I r i ltt A I J 0 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER s 6 < 1901 l TilE INTERMOUNTAIN ATHOllt t ESTABLISHED 1SD3 Tije Colorado Catholic ESTABLISHED lESt I Consolidated Oct 2 1899 i Published Every Saturday by t The Intelmountain Catholic Co 249 Main Street Telephone G 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE j REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post t I office or express money orders drafts or registered letters 4 CHANGING ADDRESS Subscribers removing from one place to r3 Yi another and desiring papers changed should always give former as > well as present address gO wel CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy are requested to send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions of inter est to their respective narlshes Entered In the postofllce at Salt Lake City as secondclass matter SATURDAY NOV 16 1901 OFFICIAL ENDORSEMENT I I Editor Intermountaln Catholic My Dear Sir Replying to your favor asking my approval of The Intermountaln Catholic since Its establishment in...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 November 1901

I THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC NOVEHBER 16 1901 5 I I I j 1I 1I 1 I DITEOBY AUNT Busy I I I J ith j 4UJ 7 S I F THINGS A BOY CAN DO Here are some of the things a boy can do He can whistle bo loud the air turns blue Make all the sounds of beast and bird And a thousand noises o one ever heard He can crow and cackle and also cluck Just like a rooster a hen or a duck He can bark like a doc and low like a cow And a cat Itself cant beat his meow He can roar and puff like a railroad train Whistle down brakes then be off again And with the vocal powers at his com mand He can make himself a full brats band And with all the instruments ever played He is the whole show and a street pa rade Its a pretty sure sign hat a boy is III If hes wide awake and Is perfectly still But earth would be minus half of Its joys And a dreary spot if there were no boys AUNT BUSY HAS HER SAY Dear Nieces and Nephews Aunt Busey wishes that some of her dear children would send a short story about Thanksgiv...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 November 1901

Th tl 6 THE INTERMOUNTAIN A E 11J Dress and Woflldns World = oman S oru Character Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Readers k AN OLD FASHIONED WOMAN No clever bxJUIant thinker she 1 With college record and degree She has not known the paths of fame The world has never heard her name She walks In old long trodden ways i The valleys of the yesterdays I Home is her kingdom love her dower She seeks no other wand of power To make home sweet bring heaven near To win a smile and wipe a tear i And do her duty day by day 1 In her own quiet place and wAy I Around her childish hearts arc twined I J As round some reverend saint enshrined And following hers the childish feet Are led to ideals trqe and sweet H I And find all purity and good In her divinest motherhood She keeps her faith unshadowed still God rules the world in good and ill lIen in her creed are brave and true And women pure as pearls of dew And life for her is high and grand By work and grand endeavor spanned This sad old earths...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 November 1901

THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 16 1901 7 I Cathoiic Difectory Of The Intermountain Stdtes i 1 DIOCESE OF DENVER Dioccesls Dcnvericnsls Established a VJcariateApostolic In lEGS Erected a Dloceso in 1SS7 Com prises the State of Colorado Square miles 103C45 Right Reverend Nicholas Chrysostom Matz D D Bishop ot Denver consecrated titular Bishop of Telmessa and Coadjutor cum jure suc oesionis Oct 2 1SF7 Bishop of Den ver July 10 1883 Residence Denver Colo Former Bishop Right Rev Joseph Pro I Jectus Marhebeuf D Dl consecrated I jtiuiar Bishop of Epiphanla and Vicar Apostolic of Colcdo and Utah Aug I 1S68 first Bishop of Denver in lte died July 10 1S9 Vicar General Very Rev Henry Robin eon residence 3621 Humboldt St I Secretary and Chancellor liev P A I Phillips residence 173S Logan Ave Bishops Counsel Very Rev 11 KObln p Bon V G Revs G Raber S II Brockbank Richard Brady P A I Phillips and F C Roy S J AuditorRev V O Han Procurator FIsealis Rev Richard Bra dy Defensor Matr...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 16 November 1901

Li I 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 16 1901 L I Intermountain J Catholic OFFICE 249 MAIN TELEPHONE 567 1 I r INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC 1 f may be found on day of publication I at following news stands 1 I Salt lake News Co 71 E Second South street i L E Hanunel 49 E Second South r street 1 1 I i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1 H1 I J SALT LAKE i + 4 I f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD Wood was received in Ogden on j Tuesday that the well drillers about r three miles from Fossil station on the I Oregon Short Line had encountered oil at a depth of 510 feet after passing J through a heavy clay stratum On the i morning of Tuesday the well was flow ing ten to nneen uarreis ui a uue lght I r oil This Is the first oil sand and is I t the second strike of oil in the district Many California and Texas oil op i i erators are rushing to the new fields H L A Culmer of the Art Institute Is working hard in the interests of the Art Institute exhibition ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

t Dflr G eoooooooooooooeoooaoooooooooooooooooooooeeoaooooooeooooooo or ooooooooooooo S alt L it r opoooo00ooooooooooooooooocoooo < xc ooeooooocoo 0 6 ooooo c oe oe Jutt oooBoooooooooooBOoOoooooooooooeoooooooooooottooooOooooaooo oooooooooooop 00 T 1 ic 1 Volume 3 No8 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER NOVEMBER 23 1901 Colorado CatI oic Eighteenth Year I tour of trat1s = Siberian lailrad Russia Has Finally Linked the Two Oceans by a Line of Steel Across Siberia It Makes Her Mistress of Northern Asia and Arbiter of the Destiny of China I Last week brought the news an nouncing the completion of the I TransSiberian railroad Since the building of the great Chinese wall there I lias been no one material undertaking ol equal magnitude That Russia sin 1 Elo handed should have conceived it I and carried it out makes the imagina l tion falter before her influence unon the future course of events in the east Jt has cost her close to half a billion of dollars it has joined together the Atla...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

H 1 j L j I 2 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AiD COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 23 1910 j I J t li li I J I I I Cburtb This is j the victory which over 1 IJ i r tJlllversdI faith cometh dour the I CHURCH CALENDAR Arf Nov 24 Sunday Twentysixth aftor I j Pentecost St John of the Cross Xo 2Monday St Catherine Nor 2CTuesda St Sylvester Xov Wednesday St James Inter J CiSUS Nov Thursday St Stephen the Younger and Companions 1 Nov Friday us Vigil St Saturnin Nov i0Saturday St Andrew VIA CRUCIS j I I shaped a plan A cherished fair design I was to charm to glorify This life of mine God shaped a cross And laid its rugged weight 4 Athwart my plan in ruins It Lay desolate With storm fill soul And sullen steps I trod Slighting the hand of love beneath That ross of God I Crushed by its load Upward I looked at length And through the dark reached and grasped graspedHis I His hand of strength In contrite hnme i I breathed Thy will be done And lo illumined Became a with crown gems my cross I I CATHOLIC LABOR MOVEMENT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

tfll11tr i1f P I 2 i 7 r i rjl y i 4 i > t r 7 r < I I > > > 1 > t r ll I 1 t THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAQ CATHOLIC NOVEflBER 23 1901 3 I Catholic happenings in the Intermountain States Diocese of itlena BUTTE CITY Mining Congress Now Assured La dies Who Aided Fr Callahan Monday evening the Business Mens association of Butte held the most en thusiastic and best attended meeting of many months Of course the chief topic of debate was the international lning congress the next meeting of which will be held in this city next year The fact has been brought to the attention of the citizens that unless something is done soon there will be no meeting here and the pledge given at Boise cannot be redeemed I the Interest displayed Monday evening is a criterion there will be little difficulty tow in raising the requisite amount and for the first time since the move ment was begun there is something tangible to work upon Perhaps the most encouraging report made was that of Hen...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

ri 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 23 1901 THE INTERMOUNTAIN ATHOl1l ESTABLISHED 1199 Tije Colorado Catholic ESTABLISHED ISSi Consolidated Oct 2 1899 I Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain Catholic Co 2W I Main Street kphone SCT I J200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE rtlCMlTTANCES 1 Kcmlltaneee should be made by DOlt office or cxprnne money orders draft or i registered Jettons CHANGING ADDRESS SulwrrllKTK removing from one place to I another and deolrlng pUller changed nlionld atwaya give former as well a pr fet address COHHBSPONDENCE SOLICITED J The Reverend Clergy are requested to And to THE JNTKRMOLNTAIN flfNJA1N CATHOLIC new contribution of Inter cut to their respective mrlnhM 1 Entered in the potitoflice at Sal La ho City as fcrcondclaHH mater SATURDAY NOV 23 1001 OFFICIAL ENDOESEMENT Editor Intermountflln Catholic AI > Dear Sir Catholc your favor ru i a klng my approval j of The Jntermountain Cat hoik uliiin its eutablltfhnient 1 In thU dlorufe 1 will Hate tha...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

i THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 23 1910 5 I I DITED BY AUNT BUSY nIv jtr V Aw vZBST t 4Jy rfa7 I S jg t j VA1 I LETTERWRITING DIRECTIONS Write on one side of paper only Do not have letters too long Address all letters to Aunt Eusy in termouutain Catholic THE LOST CAP He hunted through the library He looked behind the door HP searched where baby keeps his tOyS Upon the nursery iloor Be asked the cook and Mary He called mamma to look He even started sister up To leave her Christmas booK He couldnt find it anywhere And knew ome horrid tramp Had walked In through the open gate And stolen it the scamp Perhaps the dog had taken It And hidden it away Or else perhaps hes chewed it up And swallowed it in play the stairs Ami then mamma came down Looked through the closet door And there it hung upon its peg I As it had huncr before And Tommys cheeks turned rosy red Astonished was his face HP couldnt find his cap because Twas in its proper place Youths Companion AUNT BUSY HAS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

i II IJ Jr5f f I j THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 23 1901 I II Womans World Dress Character and Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Readers I WRITE MAIDEN DEAD Lay her in the tender snow Lay her low here the lady birches bow Wringing widowed hands in wo For her sake who loved them so Long ago I Where the grayeyed waters flow Whoro the white wind still shall blow On her bruw I Lay her fondly lay her low I In her fur and frosty bed F While tin tresses of the snow J Blow about her golden head f She shall sleep and bedded so l When she wakes she shall not knoW Dear dead maId that she is dead 1 Alfred Olllvant in Independent BEADYMADE GARMENTS Prom Modest Beginnings Now Very I Elegant and Expensive It is interesting to notice how ready made garments for women have be come from modest beginnings very el I egant and expensive affairs Said one of the buyers at a Boston house We now import each season i evening gowns of the latest Paris de i signs We never duplicate a gown ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

i i THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 23 1901 oJ 7 f r t 4 athoiic DIrectory Of Tile Intermountain States I f DIOCESE OF DENVER f I Dloccesls Denvcricnsls j Established a VIcariateApostolic in 4 3SG8 Erected a Dloceso In 18S7 Com prises the State of Coioraoo Square I miles 103G45 Right Reverend Nicholas 1 Chrvsostom Maiz D D Bishop or Denver consecrated titular Bishop Oi I Telmessa and Coadjutor cum jure suc I oesslonla Oct 2 1SS7 Bishop of Den ver July 10 18S9 Residence Denver Colo Former Bishop Right Rev Joseph Pro joctus Machrbeuf D D consecrated I jecus Vlcar Titular Bishop of Epiphania and ApoBtolIc of Colorado and Clan Aug 1C 1868 first Bishop of Denver in IbJs died July 10 1SSS Vicar General Very Rev Henry Robin I I son residence 3621 Humboldt St Secretary and Chan ilor itev P A Phillips residence 1738 Logan Ave I l Blshops Couneci Very itt I RobIn son V G Revs G Raber S K p f Broclcbank Richard Brady P A Phillips and F C Roy S J I Auditor Rev W OKyan Procurato...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 23 November 1901

I 0 il i 8 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOI a uii intermountain j Catholic j OFFICE 249 MAIN I TELEPHONE 567 I INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC may be found on day of publication at following news stands Salt Lake News Co 71 E Second South street I L E Hammel 49 E Second South street II SALT LAKE + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + CITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD The aDDraisers of the estate of the late Pat Phelan have fixed the valua tion at 7693507 entirely free of debt All Hallows defeated Agricultural college In Saturdays game of football at Logan Score 12 to 11 Contractors say that while the brick situation is a little easier rock is still scarce Special effort is being made to push construction on the old Short Line building so that the new interior seems to grow like Jonahs gourd Salt Lake business men report a continuance of the quiet uneventful prosperity which has marked trade conditions for the fall and summer months While the moderate weather has hindered to some extent the sale ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 November 1901

p t 1 Tul1ITt r D 1ji1 G eoooooooooooeooBOocooooooaaoooooooooooooooaoeooooooooooooo i mr c > tilt i 4fc 1 i Dp p i r ftodand < utmtry c Ic I I Volume 3 NO9 Third Year SALT LAKE CITY AND DENVER NOVEMBER 30 1901 Colorado Catholic Eighteenth Year j OME FOR UTAH MINERS Mrs Mary Judge Authorizes Bishop Scanlan to Build Great I Hospital and Home in Memory of Her Dead I Husband John Judge JJ T H Ihq 11 1 1 j 9AfiIJ4 Ii 1 1 j J1J11i 1l l L2 < r io l t JOHN JUDGE 1 A INERS THROUGHOUT this en M tire section will have occasion toI I rejoice today Mrs Mary Judge widow of the late Jobn Judge has fur nifhed the opportunity by tendering to 1 j Bi hop Scanlan the necessary funds to build equip and maintain a home for aged and infirm miners and a hospital where the sick and injured of that call ing may receive treatment While no c4 llt Jn1nnt atp patuuu sust tnj he of generous proportions the bishop being given carte blanch in the matter of expenditures This acquisition to the number of cha...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 November 1901

1 1 Jt 1jI 1 t 2 THE JNTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 30 t i I J = 1 This is I L1 Cburcb L I urt the victory i which over I i Lr l tJrnQersdl faith world cometh the onr J THE TWO MONKS f A worthy monk as ancient legends say I Planted with care a tender tree one day Thinking with joy how It would grow j anon And yield him profit from the fruit there on o Plouroa with his task upon the spot he 1 bowed j And to hlniHclf with pious pride he vowed wee Now 1 will pray each day and God will give Whatcur J ask to make the sapling live And to his credit be i written now Xot even once did he forgot his vow But morn and eve he came to view the tree And asked for what he raw its needs to be Ho iirflveo for rain and gentle anowers full lie proved for sun and sunshine came a = I well And when asked for dew there came the ilon For winds to blow then grateful breezes blew For fstnrm to strengthen or for heat or roid AVhateer ho craved not once did God r withhold And > 11 in vnintho 5...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 November 1901

I f THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORDAO CATHOLIC NOVEHBER 30 1901 3 l holic < Happenings in theIntermountain St te Q Diocese of Denser DENVER Father Robert Begins a Mission at St Leos Church Special Correspondence A mission for St Leos parish was 1J ened by Father Robert C P at HiKh Mass last Sunday morning Fa ther Robert explained the object of the mission and encouraged all to make i to the best of their ability Sunday evening Mather Urban spoke on The Importance of Salvation and Father Roberts subject for Monday evening was Mortal Sin The first half of the week Father Gaudentius gave an instruction after the 8 oclock mass on Confession and during the latter half he reviewed the Passion of Christ The mission at the proCathedral closed on Sunday evening with a ser mon by i Father Robert on the Happi jiessj of Heaven After which he be tOWel on the hundreds of people as sembled the blessing of His Holiness Leo the XII The fruits of this mission will linger of those who made long in the...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 November 1901

r j1 4 THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 30 1910 t L THE INTERMOUNTAIN ATHOU J ESTABLISHED ISM Tije Colorado Catholic ESTABLISHED 1SS1 Consolidated Oct 2 899 Published Every Saturday by The Intermountain Catholic Co 249 Main Street Telephone G 200 A YEAR IN ADVANCE j REMITTANCES Remittances should be made by post office or express money orders drafts or registered lettcn CHANGING ADDRESS Subscribers removing from one place to another and desiring i papers nccft e should always give former as well aa present address CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED The Reverend Clergy arc requested to I send to THE INTERMOUNTAIN CATHOLIC news contributions ct inter est to their respective arlPhcs I Entered in the postofllcc at Salt Lake City as secondclass mater I SATURDAY NOV 30 1901 J 1 OFPICIAL ENDORSEMENT 1 Editor liUcrinouiitiiln Catholic I AI > Dear Sir Utplying to your favor 1 ikfng my approval of The Intermountain Catholic since its establishment in tris JJocfcfe I will Mate that I ...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 November 1901

T 1 j THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 30 1910 5 I I DITEDBY AUNT BUSY I I 41 t i i 4H I ALL SORTS OF BOYS Theres the witty boy and the pretty boy And the boy who oils his hair Theres the catfaced boy and the rat faced boy And the boy with the bovine stare Theres the steamy boy and the dreamy boy And the boy who Is up to date Theres the boy who smokes and the boy who Jokes And the boy who is always late Theres the tender boy and the slender boy And the boy with limbs like a bears Theres the stoutlsh boy and the loutish boy And the boy who slides downstairs Theres the cheerful boy and that fret I ful boy I And the boy who deserves a flogging Theres the boy with a heart and the boy too smart And the boy whose brain wants jogging Theres the Trassgreen boy and the r bright keen boy And the boy who is always blabbing Theres the climby boy and the grimy boy And the boy who shirks his tubbing There are many others oh men and brothers And none are all bad you bet There are b...

Publication Title: Intermountain Catholic, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Intermountain Catholic. — 30 November 1901

= = t ± t < i THE INTERMOUNTAIN AND COLORADO CATHOLIC NOVEMBER 30 1901 J W oman S World I Dress Character and i J Specially Prepared for Our Feminine Readers L ADVANCED TELEPHONE GIRL J CA movement lias been inaugurated to give tlio telephone Rirls instructions in elocution Current Xews Hem U The hcJlo sirls will htudy how to belt r ominciatp I And oon theyll have a morning test to set their talk on straight Well try to call the meat man up when lo in jutouts clour I Well hear tome haughty maid upbraid t poor Lady Y < re do Yen I And when the bell 1 is I out of fix the hello girl FO bright l Will sweetly tell us that the Curlew Shall Xot lUng Tonight The hello girl in weary tones no longer will complain I said the line was busy now please ring us up again Ah no in limpid accents she will hope fully reply well see the ones we knew so well some sweet day bye and bye And when the wires are crossed and she I is puzzled which is which Shell softly read the thrilling lines of uAt th...

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