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A lot better than dodging icebergs in the north Atlantic. He began his military career in when he joined the Army. A section of Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th. Route 90 in San Antonio is named for him, as is the school he attended as a boy. For his heroism in World War II, he received the nation's highest military honor. By the age of nine, he had lost both his parents and was raised in San Antonio by relatives.

He served briefly in the Air Force, and then rejoined the Army, retiring in as a master sergeant. He became an advocate for veterans and minorities after his military service. One is located at the San Antonio Central Libraryand the other can be viewed at the Cassiano housing projects. Most of the project's interviews are with veterans, but the project directors Please Baby - Various - Chicago Slide Guitar Masters - From Tampa Red To Elmore James aim to document the larger Latino civilian experience, men and Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th alike.

The project's website features hundreds of stories, and thousands of photos, as well as oral history training videos. Selected Bibliography. Barrett, Michael L. Casad, Dede Weldon. Texans of Valor: Military Heroes in the 20th Century. Austin: Eakin Press, Orozco, Cynthia. Accessed June 23, Morin, Raul.

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Driscoll Consolidated Independent School District Centering the stories of those who experienced schooling and participated in this court case alongside my mother, I document their educational experiences and chronicle what happened when the students who testified in the case went back to school the next day. Seated in the courtroom were a handful of her classmates, two of her siblings, and residents of her small, South Texas agricultural community.

The fact that she had already completed three years of first grade, testifying as a second grader must have stood as stark evidence of the discrimination that was occurring. To follow her on the witness stand were some of her classmates, who like her, were victimized by an educational policy that had systematically retained students for no other reason except for the fact that they were Mexican American.

Concerned parents along with leaders of and attorneys for an upstart Mexican American civil rights organization, the American G.

Forum, filed the lawsuit against the Driscoll Consolidated School District. Described as the first post- Brown desegregation court case to be litigated, the plaintiffs sought to force an end to this discriminatory practice.

My mother, Lupe, was the first of eight students to be called onto the witness stand. I only heard of her participation in this historic case one time in my youth.

Knowledge of the activism, resilience, and courage necessary in fighting to eliminate a practice such as this, at this particular time in Lips Of Deceit - Avenged Sevenfold - Sounding The Seventh Trumpet history, was not a central aspect of my upbringing.

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It describes the courage of young people, testifying in an era when fear and intimidation were tools used in maintaining racial hierarchy, where legal, economic, and educational institutions were III Et Misericordia - Parry* - Amanda Roocroft, BBC National Orchestra Of Wales*, BBC National Choru and managed solely by Whites.

In speaking with White residents — also former students in Driscoll — the documentary complicates remembrances of schooling in South Texas, and embraces the silences as opportunities to present a layered and nuanced understanding of race relations and continued segregation in small-town Texas. In addition to this, Stolen Education has the much broader goal of and need to discuss the importance of sharing forgotten histories not only for those that directly experienced it, but for the generations without knowledge of its occurring.

In conducting the research and filming the documentary, I play a central role in its re-telling. This project re-connected me to my mother in a way that I thought I could never do again after her passing. For this small South Texas community — and I argue for a broader national and Texas audience — it also opens up opportunities for discussion of complex, societal and historical events and provided spaces for remembrance and healing among multiple generations of both Mexican American Steady Trumpet - Various - Nightgrooves: Berlin White persons.

This story is transferrable among multiple communities and a broad array of audiences, educators, scholars, and students. The larger context of this project and its Walter S.

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She is the current Spanish page editor of our university newspaper The South Texan and used her money to help finance a trip to Peru this past summer. Edward James Espinosa, senior journalism major from Kingsville. She is currently the associate editor of our university newspaper The South Texan and also is in charge of online postings and our website. Riche Garza, junior communications major from Donna.

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Follow her on Twitter SaraChicaD. Parents complained about this insensitive principal and she was reprimanded for her actions by school district authorities and placed on paid leave. In essence, the objective of this archaic and lingering policy that this principal is enforcing constitutes an ongoing disrespect and discriminatory practice toward the language and cultural rights of other ethnic and linguistic groups and particularly harms the children at her school. This ideological outlook and policy is derived from a backward world view that predominated during the nineteenth-century colonial era.

That was a time when more powerful ethnic majorities dominated minority groups through military means and then imposed a compulsory official language upon them in order to shatter their identity and facilitate a method of control.

The objective of this old and oppressive practice was to forcefully assimilate minority groups through a systematic mental process of eliminating their language, culture and identity. However, this practice did not necessarily mean assimilating them racially on an equal physical basis as segregation was generally the norm.

This process of coerced assimilation has resembled more of a cookie cutter assembly line whose purpose is to regurgitate uniformly designed human cookies, but with different looking textural colors.

It is unfortunate that in we still have individuals such as this principal in Texas and many others around the country who are intimidating and harming children instead of educationally nurturing and motivating them.

Adding to this problem is that there are still existing laws that ban the use of bilingual education such as in California that need to be abolished. There has been a long tradition of bilingual education within the US There is no constitutional and compulsory official language in this country, yet, many uninformed people still assume that there is and behave accordingly.

During the early formative years of this country there were many European languages spoken in addition to those spoken by the numerous indigenous peoples. They were more interested in maintaining political order by creating a narrow and restrictive republic that economically protected the property and voting rights of well-to-do white males and their ownership of slaves and indentured servants.

The rise of the public school system during the nineteenth and early part of the twentieth centuries witnessed the creation of many bilingual schools throughout different parts of the country. The sectors of our society that were excluded from this right were Native-American children who were forcefully taken from their parents and placed into government-run boarding schools to be assimilated through coercive methods.

Adding to this exclusion were Mexican-American, African-American and Asian children who attended inferior and segregated English-only schools where a low level of language proficiency and academic achievement was the norm. Just prior to World War One and right after, the federal government sponsored violent and widespread nativist campaigns against immigrants, foreigners and non-English languages. The ongoing result of these actions has been a continuous national-chauvinist policy of imposing and teaching English as the compulsory official language within the public schools.

The aim of this policy is the elimination of the native languages and cultures of minority Hallelujah (Club Mix) - Happy Mondays - Greatest Hits and the imposition of a system of forced assimilation upon them.

One is the traditional 19th century colonial policy and method which is based upon indoctrination and the use of force against subjugated ethnic groups. When the dominant ethnic group within a country uses the element of mental and physical coercion to impose their language upon ethnic minorities this results in a linguistic privilege and literacy over those whom they dominate. Such linguistic coercion which has been used against the children of Native-Americans, Mexican-Americans and different immigrant groups generally instills within these young people a sense of resentment, a low-image and even nationalistic resistance.

Another consequence of such an undemocratic policy is the antagonizing of ethnic groups and the creation of friction among them due to arrogant practices which declare English to be a superior Pretty Girls (Radio Edit) - Wale Featuring Gucci Mane - Pretty Girls while demeaning the use of other tongues.

When people and especially children are told that their language is not valued nor needed, this conveys to them that they, their families and their people, are somehow inferior and this ultimately results in anger, confusion and the acquisition of a negative and low value toward education.

Contrary to this coercive method of indoctrination is the democratic method which advocates for the right of children to be given instruction in their native language and maintain their culture.

The educational use of such a democratic method where the voluntary and motivating practices of bilingualism are used to teach children English in a constructive and positive manner will produce much more academic progress as well as an eventual increase in mutual respect and unity among ethnic groups. Future bilingual children enthusiastically learning two languages. Confusion still exists over the aims of bilingual and bicultural methodology The academic objective of bilingual education is for He Thinks I Still Care - Anne Murray - Country Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th acquire English fluency through the democratic use of persuasion, respect and a voluntary learning response.

In essence, a full bilingual program utilizes a methodology that motivates students to respond to instruction in a positive and voluntary manner as opposed to a method that uses coercion and instills shame in children by negating their native language and culture.

Another ridiculous charge that is also leveled by these misinformed elements is that bilingualism will lead to separatism, disunity and a non-homogeneous society without the forced imposition of a compulsory official language. What these advocates of coercion and linguistic amnesia are really concerned about is the use and maintenance of another language and culture by young people and they react with frenzied behavior as if this was some sort of conspiratorial threat by adolescents to linguistically disrupt society.

According to the paranoid thinking of these uninformed right-wingers any persons who are bilingual and bicultural are somehow a growing threat to the country and an ability to speak other languages especially by children needs to be stamped out.

Other negative consequences of this harmful method are a lack of academic achievement and progress by English learners in core classes such as science, math and Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th which are conducted in academic English and this is a contributing factor to a higher dropout rate. In contrast to an English-only curriculum bilingual children develop better cognitive skills by reading better and faster which then produces a sense of pride and a positive self-image.

In addition, the study and use by children of their home language also helps them to Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th skilled English speakers and enhances communication between family members. The objective of a well-run bilingual program is to not only acquire basic social proficiency in English, but to also achieve a higher-level of academic proficiency which is required for academic success in higher education.

Bilingualism and multilingualism benefit both individuals and countries as the growth of globalization increasingly requires mutual and proficient communication in the fields of economics, politics and culture. This is in contrast to the latest international academic reports which show US academic achievement stagnating and not even ranking within the top twenty countries. The xenophobes and nativists in this country who are trying to stem the tide of bilingualism, biculturalism and diversity are becoming like dinosaurs who cannot adapt and struggle to resist innovation as the world changes around them.

Our children who possess bilingual skills and a knowledge of diverse cultures will be the valuable resource that propels our society toward a better future. Unfortunately, the educational system and schools within our society continue to be inequitable and discriminatory particularly toward working-class Latino children and this results in an unequal level of education that is provided to them. Children who are English learners deserve the right to have instruction given in their native language while transitioning to a level of English proficiency.

These children cannot defend themselves against these educational injustices so we must stand up for them by demanding that their right to a qualitative bilingual education and the opportunity to become successful be made a reality.

Success for children in a globalized economy will require multilingual skills Copyright, Jimmy Franco Sr. As I understand the law at this time, I can use this public facility to approve of sexual perversion and call it "an alternate Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th style," and if someone is offended, that's OK.

I can use it to condone sexual promiscuity, by dispensing condoms and calling it, "safe sex. I can even use this public facility Janet Jackson - I Get Lonely present the merits of killing an unborn baby as a "viable" Means of birth control.

I can designate a school day as "Earth Day" and involve students in activities to worship religiously and praise the goddess "Mother Earth" and call it "ecology.

This appears to be inconsistent at best, and at worst, diabolical. Neverthelessas a school principal, I frequently ask staff and students to abide by rules with which they do not necessarily agree.

For me to do otherwise would be inconsistent at best, and at worst, hypocritical. I suffer from that affliction enough unintentionally. I certainly do not need to add an intentional transgression. For this reason, I shall "Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's," and refrain from praying at this time. As far as I know, that's not against the law--yet. They prayed in the stands.

They prayed in the team huddles. They prayed at the concession stand and they prayed in the Announcer's Box! Ma, Ph. There is a noise in the distance, and a faint glow. Most people clear the way in front of it, but a few hardy souls, mostly young men, stand their ground or run along with it, trying to get closer, trying to touch it without letting the fireworks touch them. As the bull gets closer, you see it has only two legs, legs that look suspiciously like they belong to a human being. Now, we move to a different scene:.

A group of people, women as well as men, are dancing in a circle, accompanied by musicians. They are dressed in colorful costumes. The dancers form a circle around him, and continue on. The dance, the song and the music continue until the choreography is completed. It is not performed in Spain. There is even a distinct Afro-Peruvian version. The song is a song about freedom. It usually has five verses.

In many versions, the song continues on to tell the story of a spotted bull who manages to escape and run off to freedom with his lady love to join the wild, free bandits.

In others, it tells of a woman who is approached by a man, a drunk represented by the Animate Companionship - Celer - Vestiges Of An Inherent Melancholy. She denies him, even though her friends tell her he is dangerous. Torito Pinto and the Toros de fuego have often been considered different forms of the same thing, but as I look into the origins and ways of performing them, however, I wonder if this is correct.

It may be that Torito Pinto is indigenous to Latin America, and the Toros de fuego to Spain, and that they are two separate and distinct performances. Why do I think this? For one thing, I see no dance to music and song associated with the Toros de fuego in Spain, nor have I found any reference to Torito Pinto in Spain. Instead, for centuries in Spain, live bulls had their hors dipped in pitch which was then set on fire, and the terrified bull set loose to run through the streets.

Apparently this dates back to a battle in which the fire-carrying bulls were used as a weapon against the enemy. That is what you see in the modern Toros de fuego in Spain.

The writer of this article, Eve A. Ma, is a filmmaker whose work includes documentaries about world music and dance, including Afro-Peruvian and Mexican. She speaks Spanish, has spent much time in Spain, and has visited several Latin American countries. Her web site is www. To keep up with her work, sign up for her newsletter HERE. Only in recent decades, however, have historians adequately told this story.

In the Texas State Historical Association co-sponsored a conference, which brought together nearly one hundred leading scholars in the field of Mexican American Studies.

Mexican Americans in Texas History contains eleven essays from that conference and will be of great interest to students, scholars, teachers, and general readers, and it is well adapted to classroom use. Census data to examine multiculturalism today and tomorrow in America. Another demographer, William H. Census Data. Chicano faculty and students in colleges and universities have increased, but much still remains to be done. Although funding for Dizzy Miss Lizzy - The Beatles - Rock N Roll Music is drastically being cut, Chicano and Latino students are at the front door of higher education, and the number of college-ready students is reaching significant levels across the nation.

The official designation of Hispanic-Serving Institution HSIfor schools with Chicano and Latino student enrollment in excess of 25 percent, has become a badge of honor among colleges and universities. Omar Valerio-Jimenez as the Clotilde P. Garcia Tejano Book Prize winner.

As the recipient of this awardDr. In this, his first book, Dr. Omar S. He has also contributed chapters on Hispanic topics to various anthology collections. Currently, he is working on a study of Latinos in early twentieth-century Iowa that explores acculturation, labor, and gender relations. Publishing companies were notified of Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th contest and based on certain criteria provided books for judging. This Phil Hendrie - The #1 Rated Phil Hendrie Show Best of 2000 the judges were Dr.

We thank them de todo corazon for their time and commitment to this project. Recognizing that not much has been written about Tejanos and their contributions to Texas and U.

She inspired and facilitated many Hispanics to research, study and preserve their ancestry. Over old maps and pictures, along with a review of years of historical records from various archives provide the reader with vivid eyewitness accounts of how the Alamo looked and evolved, together with the rich human history that has taken place there.

Included in the book are six color birds-eye views by the author. In the process, his personal life story becomes intertwined with native belief to create one serpentine tale, honoring the spiritual essence Droughter / Body Collector - Droughter / Body Collector the Americas, the Feathered Serpent.

We are a native pueblo moving amongst our native lands! This Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th a story about God, a red native God, native to the Americas and yet the very same God worshipped throughout the world with different names.

The watercolor and ink painting shows a southward moving people, dejected and looking down, with their belongings on their backs and in bags. Repatriation of Mexicans living in the United States usually conjures images of the s in California during the Great Depression, and Rivera's painting illustrates that episode, of course. Still, it is a fitting graphic for the much less studied, and indeed much less known, repatriation of Mexicans living in the United States that occurred many decades before the Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th, during the aftermath of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo that ended the U.

This is timely, as debates continue Eddie Henderson Quintet - Phantoms rage in the United States regarding immigration documented and undocumented of Mexicans. Historians and policymakers should have a solid background of this Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th on north-to-south migration to understand and appreciate the age-old Mexican American adage, "We didn't cross the border; the border crossed us.

According to Article 11, Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th U. The author also drew heavily from secondary sources especially for chapters 1 and 2creating a monograph of mixed primary and printed sources, as any such study would do, to interpret this important part of Mexican American and borderlands history. The author duly The Solitude - Root - The Temple In The Underworld that goal.

Chapter 1 continues along this path, but adds a great deal of theory on colonization processes to the discussion. However, I would add that readers will very much appreciate the author's attention to providing a transnational approach to the topic that he defines quite well, and which is also spelled out theoretically, but clearly, here. Meanwhile, Chapter 2 deals with expulsions, repatriation, and military colonization.

Chapter 3 goes further to show postwar repatriation efforts that followed a "dominant nationalist discourse" p. At this point, the author provides thorough discussion and analysis of the Federal Repatriation Commission, its mission, its and shortcomings.

In fact, we learn--perhaps taking too long to get to this point, that "the vast majority of Nuevo Mexicanos ultimately chose to remain under a U. Labor issues arose at this point that are also well discussed in this chapter. For New Mexico, the La Mesilla part of the Gadsden Purchase country is the case study analyzed in chapter 5, with especially good discussion of push-pull factors affecting Mexican American migration patterns.

Here, there is also sound analysis of political implications affecting this population, as both Republicans and Democrats in New Mexico Territory at the time had differing approaches to dealing with Mexican Americans but with similar results.

Chapters 6 and 7 deal more with more useful case studies of revolts and violence in the borderlands. All of these matters are important in the history of Mexican American colonization in the borderlands. But at times, the book seems to get bogged down in jargon and dissertation-y theory, some of which should have been better edited by the press. At the same time, the author seems compelled constantly to explain what he's doing. For example, he does not need to remind readers of his "analysis of heretofore unexamined archival documents" p.

Nor does he have to add unnecessary signposting, such as "our analysis of the process of repatriation to Mexico begins with Such language gives the book an unfortunate mechanical flavor that interrupts otherwise very fine writing. These examples also reflect an annoying inconsistency of first-person singular and first-person plural perspectives--again, oddly not edited out by the press when this is a clearly a single-author study.

To the author's good credit, however, the chapter epigraphs are excellent--very well chosen and pertinent to each chapter, and I applaud the press for providing on-page footnotes a rare but delicious treat! Readers get a useful review of the three types of repatriation private, collective, and government- sponsoredand learn--perhaps a bit late for the book--of the overall significance of the study: an estimated 25 percent of Mexican Americans in these years returned to Mexico. I sincerely hope so, too.

Notes [1]. See specific wording of Article 11 that concerned DeLay on p. Citation: Sterling Evans. H-Borderlands, H-Net Reviews. December, Cambridge Cambridge Un Press, Dos de ellos fueron al mando de las naves y el tercero iba como Maestre. Fue armado Caballero el 8 de octubre deen la Alhambra de Granada. Bordura con ancoras y corazones. En la provincia de Huelva hay 66 con el primero y 94 como segundo.

The oldest known genome of a modern human solves long-standing puzzles about the New World's genetic heritage By Ed Yong and Nature magazine. Paleolithic Remains: The 24,year-old remains of a young boy from Siberia reveal up to one-third of his genes come from European origin. The results show that people related to western Eurasians had spread further east than anyone had Druckstau S.Ü.D.

- Fletcher Mundson Syndrom - Druckstau, and lived in Siberia during the coldest parts of the last Ice Age. This mixing, he says, created Native Americans — in the sense of the populations of both North and South America that predated — as we know them.

His team's results are published today in Nature. The team found that DNA from the boy's mitochondria — the energy-processing organelles of living cells — belonged to a lineage called haplogroup U, which is found in Europe and west Asia but not in east Asia, where his body was unearthed.

The result was so bizarre that Willerslev assumed that his sample had been contaminated with other genetic material, and put DJ Matt Consola* - Circuit Grooves 9.1 project on hold for a year.

Instead, it must reflect an ancient ancestry. The two groups mingled, and their descendants eventually traveled east into North America.

This new origin story helps to resolve several peculiarities in New World archeology. For example, ancient skulls found in both North and South America have features that do not resemble those of East Asians.

They also carry the mitochondrial haplogroup X, which is related to western Eurasian lineages but not to east Asian ones. On the basis of these features, some scientists have suggested that Native Americans descended from Europeans who sailed west across the Atlantic.

These features make sense when you consider that Native Americans have some western Eurasian roots. The article was first published on November 20, Nature. A group of scientists says that what people observe in everyday life may depend on their genetic blueprint. A particular gene, known to play a part in emotional memories, could also influence where people tend to focus their eyes and attention. For Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th, these people might look down a busy city street and catch the shady character hanging out by the ATM rather than the jubilant children playing in the park.

Or during a nature hike, they would focus on the slippery rocks instead of the breathtaking scenery. These, along with other emotionally charged memories, are stamped into the brain with the help of a chemical called norepinephrine. The new findings hint that not only is the gene linked to more vivid emotional memories, but it may also make people more prone to noticing the negative in real time.

Similar to how Take Me To Your Leader - The Desert Sessions - Vol V: Poetry For The Masses (Sea Shed Shithead By Th genetic makeup can affect our individual taste for foods, our DNA — along with culture, experience, and environment — can influence our brain chemistry so that we observe and focus on different parts of the world than the person next to us.

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The band's second Australian Tour would end going into the next year. Also of note in would be a collaborative video between Bjork and Kate McCabe in the form of Sabbiawith a solo release show on 7 February in Glendale. Duna Records would oversee two Brant Bjork solo releases in Tres Dias on 21 February which was a purely acoustic effort of old and new Brant tunes. The next year Brant Bjork would work with filmmaker and longtime friend Cale Bunker.

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In the meantime, Bjork would begin working with a new backing Raunchy - Billy Vaughn - His Golden Hits who'd record a new solo record.

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Maintaining a working relationship with Napalm and invoking a generally heavier tone as compared to previous efforts, Black Flower Power was released on 17 November to positive critical reception. Bjork would be back to touring all over the world through and in support of the album, largely with Corrosion of Conformity With a returning Pepper Keenan to the lineup.

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Brant and his band would tour Europe in the fall of One of these shows later being released as Europe '16 on 22 September and Brant's first headlining US Tour in nearly a decade.

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- Carlos Montero - Con El Tango En El Bolsillo tours of Europe would follow in Heavy Psych Sounds would work with Brant to reissue Brant's solo discography with new artwork and remastered sound. On 21 July the label announced reissues of Local Angel Released on 21 September and Tres Dias Released on 28 September as the first two albums in the reissue campaign.

Along with the reissues the label also announced that they would release Brant Bjork's twelfth solo album Mankind Woman on 14 September Working in full collaboration with Bubba DuPree as a producer and co-writer and recording at Zainaland Owned by Bjork's wife Zaina Alwan in Twentynine Palms, California it is set to be one of Bjork's Hymn Of The Wood - Noltem - Mannaz lyrically complex releases to date.

A full European tour is set to happen in the fall in support of the album. During the tour, much of the band's gear would be stolen to which the band would raise a Gofundme to alleviate the losses. Despite this setback, Bjork's tour of Europe supporting Mankind Woman would be a success. In Brant's reissue series would continue with a first-ever vinyl pressing of Keep Your Cool.


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