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WWI

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489620_1_1
No
Europe
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1918  (Estimated Year)
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00:04:07 - 00:14:12
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1772
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This looks like WWI footage, possibly Army signal corps.

Billy Walker's Country Carnival No. 42

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487542_1_1
Yes
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1969  (Actual Year)
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14661
BW-42
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(Group) "Del Rio" Dallas Frazier "Sundown of My Mind" Jamey Ryan "I'll Go On Alone" Hank Locklin "Where the Blue of the Night...Someone Waits For Me" Billy Walker "Ribbon of Darkness" Hank Locklin "Country Hall of Fame" Billy Walker "How Great Thou Art" (Gospel) Billy Walker/Dallas Frazier "Everybody Ought To Sing A Song" (Duet)

LAWMAKERS, March 29, 1984

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489330_1_1
Yes
Capitol Building and Environs, misc.
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1984  (Actual Year)
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11246
LM 138
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[20.04.12-WERTHEIMER] WERTHEIMER says the ELECTION YEAR is having an effect on budget debate. DEMOCRATS wanted to wait for the first few PRIMARIES to begin making BUDGET decisions. Results of first primaries is a sense that voters do not want "pandering to SPECIAL INTERESTS". DUKE asks if YUPPIES in CAPITOL HILL are in favor of HART. WERTHEIMER-Some members of CONGRESS favor HART, less than for MONDALE, but there are plenty of YUPPIES on CAPITOL HILL, getting "younger and more aspiring every day". DUKE laughs, asks ROBERTS for here report on HART. [20.05.04-ROBERTS] ROBERTS says that HART'S campaign raises questions on exactly what HART'S ideas and policies are. ROBERTS talked to HART'S colleagues in the SENATE and CONGRESS to get a sense of HART'S m.o. on the HILL. [20.05.21-closeup of hand, working buttons on a multiline phone-pulls back to show young women campaign workers answering questions from callers about HART'S stances on ISSUES-one staffer explains HART'S PRO-CHOICE position on ABORTION. The next call indicates that, yes indeed, HART is concerned about JOBS for AMERICANS.] [20.05.41] ROBERTS v.o.-HART staff working hard to get the word out to VOTERS on HART'S stands on issues. It's not easy-HART'S policies are not all LIBERAL or all CONSERVATIVE, and after 10 years in CONGRESS, doesn't have any major legislation to his credit. [continued shots of HART staffers at phones, working on computers, looking through files] But HART'S former chief of staff says HART has put forth his ideas, but not always in the traditional liberal DEMOCRAT mold. [20.05.57-Larry SMITH, seated in office] SMITH says HART has been involved in a host of social programs, concerned with making them more effective, but unlike trad. DEMOCRATS, he has been a hard worker in ARMS CONTROL and DEFENSE POLICY. [20.06.35-HART standing, delivering a presentation to a SENATE committee in an oak-paneled hearing room] ROBERTS v.o.-HART worked outside the framework of the ARMED SERVICE COMMITTEE to form a new CAUCUS ON MILITARY REFORM. HART speaks advocating a defense budget that is "not the most expensive the nation can afford", but balanced and adequate. Says that other members of CONGRESS have come together to form the new caucus as a kind of "MILITARY REFORM MOVEMENT". [20.07.15-shot of launch countdown timer-shot of MX missile launching from a silo for a test] ROBERTS v.o. HART'S defense budget calls for eliminating controversial programs like the MX MISSILE and B-1 BOMBER. [20.07.22-shot of NAVY DESTROYERS at sea, A-6 attack BOMBERS landing on AIRCRAFT CARRIER] ROBERTS v.o.-HART'S plan does call for beefing up NAVY, so the Senator has been called "ADMIRAL HART". [20.07.31-Paul HOVEN, Military Procurement Project, seated in office] HOVEN says HART and his allies have been called "CHEAP HAWKS", and it's partly true, but the specifics are not agreed on by all in the group. Basic principle of HART'S effort "more bang for less bucks". [20.07.51-HART addressing a CONGRESSIONAL meeting, large stack of papers on desk in front of him] ROBERTS v.o.-HART'S other major committee effort, ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS, HART took a "middle ground" between industry and regulation that often angered both sides. [camera pan from HART'S seat on committee panel across room to show witnesses and spectators-cut to closeup of HART] [20.08.02] ROBERTS v.o.-On the ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE, HART made a public mark by investigating THREE MILE ISLAND, along with REPUBLICAN colleague Alan SIMPSON. [20.08.12-Sen. SIMPSON seated in front of bookshelves] SIMPSON says HART brought him on a helicopter to go to THREE MILE ISLAND, to survey the accident site. [20.08.34-aerial shot of THREE MILE ISLAND complex with COOLING TOWERS] ROBERTS v.o.-HART and SIMPSON worked to enact changes in nuclear policy, but HART was not successful in legislating a MORATORIUM on NUCLEAR POWER. This is indicative that HART'S strength is not in convincing others to take his point of view. [20.08.45-Larry SMITH, former HART aide] SMITH says HART'S form of LEADERSHIP is not about winning votes in a given framework of debate, but in influencing what the frame of debate will be. [20.09.00-HART exiting a building accompanied by aides-HART walking in a street surrounded by apparent supporters] ROBERTS v.o.-HART'S goal of changing the frame of debate is not easy in WASHINGTON, where people have established ways of doing business, so he has an "outsider" reputation. [20.09.11-Frank MANKIEWICZ, former George McGOVERN aide] ROBERTS v.o.-MANKIEWICZ is familiar with HART from the McGOVERN campaign in 1972. MANKIEWICZ says if there is a "SENATE CLUB", HART is not the kind of SENATOR who would be a member. [20.09.23-Sen. SIMPSON] SIMPSON says HART worked in his own individualistic way, and it's a threat to many. [20.09.33-pan of exterior of CAPITOL to a townhouse across street] ROBERTS v.o.-HART did form a "club" of sorts which met at a lobbyist's home, 12 lawmakers, including CONGRESSMEN Martin FROST, a strong HART supporter. [20.09.45-Rep. FROST, seated, interviewed by ROBERTS] FROST said it was a rare opportunity to talk to other legislators who understood different views on the issues. [20.10.03-HART, surrounded by security personnel, walks through crowd of REPORTERS to CAPITOL.] ROBERTS v.o.-HART had problems turning IDEAS into LEGISLATION. Not interested in the "nitty gritty" of legislation. [20.10.15-Sen. SIMPSON] SIMPSON says HART is impatient with the process of making legislation [20.10.24-HART speaking in a COMMITTEE meeting] Sen. SIMPSON v.o.-Legislation is "the dryest form of human endeavor". [20.10.30-SIMPSON] SIMPSON says legislation is about amendment, compromise, and time. HART was impatient and didn't like this. [20.10.43-MANKIEWICZ] MANKEIWICZ says HART was not the type of SENATOR to put in the gradual work over time to slowly bring an issue into law. [20.10.59-Rep. Martin FROST] FROST says HART is a pot-stirrer, trying to make people think, has a lot of ideas, not all are practical in the legislative arena, but always trying to bring attention to the issues. This is what a PRESIDENT should be, but to succeed as PRESIDENT, HART will need the help of "political technicians" to get his legislation enacted. [20.11.30]

Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, July 10, 1973

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489256_1_1
Yes
Caucus Room, Russell Senate Office Building
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1973  (Actual Year)
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10434
117002
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[00.02.00-John MITCHELL testifying] [00.02.06-MacNEILL in studio] MacNEILL announces a break for station ID [PBS ID-title screen "SENATE HEARINGS ON CAMPAIGN ACTIVITIES] [00.05.45-MacNEILL] MacNEILL states that Sam DASH is going to compare the testimony received from Maurice STANS to MITCHELL'S version of the payments of money to LIDDY] [00.05.56-DASH] Mr. DASH. Now, shortly--and I think again this is a restatement of what occurred, shortly after the March 30 meeting in Key Biscayne, Mr. Liddy in April did ask for an initial payment from Mr. Sloan on a quarter million dollar budget. Mr. Sloan has so testified that Liddy asked that the initial payment be $83,000. Were you aware of that request of Mr. Liddy's? Mr. MITCHELL. I am not aware Of the, request, Mr. Dash, with respect, to the dollar amount, and I am sure that the committee recalls the, dialogue from Sloan to Stans to -Mitchell to Stans to Sloan with respect to it in which amounts were, not discussed. It was a question of did Magruder have continuing authorization to authorize expenditures and of course. the answer was, yes. [00.06.50] Mr. DASH. Well. It is more in direct disagreement with Mr. Sloan's testimony or Mr. Stans' testimony, but according to Mr. Sloan's testimony, he was quite concerned about the sizable amount, $83,000, and went to Mr. Stans to see if Mr. Magruder had such authority and then Mr. Stans want to you. According to the testimony of Mr. Stans, on page 1644, for the record- just paraphrasing it--Mr. Stans, although not meaning a particular amount. asked whether, if any amount that Mr. Magruder wanted to give Mr. Liddy would be all right, and that, you had Said Yes. Mr. MITCHELL. I said that Magruder had continuing authority to authorize expenditures of money. Up until that time, I guess he, had expended $3 or 3 1/2 million. 0 [00.07.46]

Tojo Goes on Trial

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Location:
489580_1_1
Yes
Tokyo, Japan
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Timecode:
1946  (Actual Year)
B/W
00:16:55 - 00:17:52
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1771
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Tojo Goes on Trial International Military Tribunal for the Far East, aka the Tokyo Trial. TLS Military Police standing guard outside courthouse. MS former Prime Minister HIDEKI TOJO exiting military bus, walking toward courthouse. MSs other Japanese war criminals (defendants) getting off bus. LSs large courtroom. TLSs Japanese war criminals seated. TLS tribunal judges entering courtroom, taking bench. MS Brigadier General HENRY NOLAN reading indictment. MS poker-faced Hideki Tojo sitting during trial. Amazing MS former Chief of East Asian Economic Survey Bureau SHUMEI OKAWA sitting behind Hideki Tojo, leaning forward & slapping him on his head, the guard restraining him (during the trial Okawa was found to be insane, all charges against him dropped).

Mohr Autopositor

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Location:
446838_1_1
Yes
Industrial Factory
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1965  (Actual Year)
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-
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WPA 1395
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This promo ad is for the autopositor, a graphic/text machine (saw) that operates virtually automatically. There are numerous shots of gears and gauges and keyboards in application (mostly in CU). Also CU's of molds,vices,knife blades,slug delivery control,and other central components of the autopositor. There is a fade-to-black intermission in the middle of the film (for personal discussion and recap) and a recap visual montage at the finale.

Nailgun Safety

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446912_1_1
Yes
United States of America
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1972  (Actual Year)
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WPA 1436
N/A
ON PREVIEW CASS# 210906 G Nailgun safety. Opens in a classroom, 5 men taking a driver's exam: Mr. Know It All (w/ big sideburns), Mr. Careless (smoking a cigarette while taking exam in CU), Mr. Newcomer (who, in MS, cheats poorly) and two others. Suddenly Ms. Jones, wearing a tight, orange crushed velvet dress, enters. She interrupts the exam and leads them to a wall display of nailguns. Subsequent shots and events include: a nailgun montage (nails being fired into a cardboard box), ending in a "Stop Horsing Around" sign... MS of Ms. Jones donning safety glasses and ear protection, prancing about... CU of man putting in earplugs... a regulated air container montage... the men building a wall... lots of street signs adultered to reflect the film's message (no horseplay, safety first)... travelling shot of the street signs... LS of Ms. Jones congratulating the men for graduating her safety lesson. Also very sexually suggestive with the tools and such.

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 283

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487548_1_1
Yes
Nashville, Tennessee
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1970  (Actual Year)
Color
00:59:08 - 01:23:49
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13282
PW-283
N/A
The Porter Wagoner Show #283 featuring special guests The Blackwood Brothers Gospel Quartet.

Europe/Spain Spain Misc. Reel 1 of 4

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CS-16-693
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On preview cassette 28291. Flamenco and Majorca dancing.

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 402

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487601_1_1
Yes
Nashville, Tennessee
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1972  (Actual Year)
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-
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13401
PW-402
N/A
Porter Wagoner "Shady Grove" Ronnie Rogers "Four in the Morning" Mack Magaha "Bill Cheatham" (Instrumental) Dolly Parton "Wash Day Blues" Porter Wagoner "World Without Music" Speck Rhodes "Please Help Me I'm Crawling" Porter Wagoner "Golden Streets of Glory" (Gospel) Danny Young "Kiss an Angel Good Morning" 01.20.06 -

The Porter Wagoner Show No. 233

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487555_1_1
Yes
Nashville, Tennessee
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1969  (Actual Year)
Color
00:59:21 - 01:24:03
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13232
PW-233
N/A
The Porter Wagoner Show #233 featuring special guest Bobby Lord.

Liberace Show #53, Master 502

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485684_1_1
Yes
TV Studio
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-
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4552
MPI 202
N/A
Selections: "The Girl That I Love" with vocal "Young At Heart" "Oh, Promise Me" with the Norman Luboff Choir "Belle of the Ball" FEATURES LIBERACE DANCING WITH DANCER "Moonlight Sonata-- First Movement" (Beethoven) FEATURES RECITATION BY LIBERACE "A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody" LIBERACES DANCES AGAIN

Lem Bailey Misc. UN Roll 1003

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No
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-
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0
WPA 1626
N/A
person and mountains ON PREVIEW TAPE 992038

Plants & Trees 1A

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No
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2034
N/A
(Tape 2) 03:57:28 Shadbush blossoms 03:57:45 Sugar maple tree flowers 03:58:14 Fern fiddleheads poking out of autumn leaf cover, CU of tiny curled ruffle fern leaves 03:59:06 Shagbark hickory tree bark 03:59:45 Red oak tree bark 04:00:22 Sugar maple tree bark 04:00:48 White ash tree bark 04:01:08 Red maple tree bark 04:01:25 Rock or basket oak tree bark 04:01:44 Wild cherry tree bark, CU of bark 04:02:10 Black birch tree bark, old tree 04:02:29 Tulip or yellow popular tree bark 04:02:47 Black birch wart, CU of wart

Flowers

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No
Yosemite National Park
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847-12
N/A
Camas (blue) ***

Emperor Hirohito Proclaims New Constitution

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489606_1_1
Yes
Japan
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1946  (Actual Year)
B/W
00:56:03 - 00:57:05
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1771
N/A
Emperor Hirohito Proclaims New Constitution High angle TLS/LSs Emperor Hirohito in diet, proclaiming that Japan is now a constitutional monarchy. Panning LSs crowd. TLS/MSs Emperor Hirohito & Empress Nagako arriving at imperial palace, Hirohito taking off hat, waving to crowd. More enthusiastic crowd shots. TLSs Emperor & Empress getting into carriage, pulling away.

Hawaiian Showers

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313722_1_1
No
N/A
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-
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927-1
N/A
Close-Up of a Golden Shower ***

Wilburn Brothers Show No. 436

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489315_1_1
Yes
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1971  (Actual Year)
Color
00:59:13 - 00:59:43
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13936
WB-436
N/A
Wilburn Brothers show promo

The Honeybee

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444350_1_1
Yes
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-
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WPA 1325
N/A
ON PREVIEW CASSETTE # 210906 C "The complete story of the honeybee includingthe von frisch experiment concerning the color perception of bees. It covers the activities of the hive: the queen, the drones, dances of the workers, collection of nectar, pollen, water, propolis, wax-making, primogeniture and swarming." --AV-ED Films 1325 A: Internegative 1325 B: A-wind neg. dens. trk.

Ginger

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313770_1_1
No
N/A
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-
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924-10
N/A
Shell Ginger ***

Kohala Area

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314133_1_1
No
N/A
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901-4
N/A
Cow bays(Espagniola)

Wilburn Brothers Show No. 383

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Location:
489378_1_1
Yes
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1970  (Actual Year)
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-
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13883
WB-383
N/A
Wilburn Brothers "I'm Gonna Tie One On Tonight" Loretta Lynn "You Wanna Give Me A Lift" Willis Brothers "Gypsy Rose and Me" Wilburn Brothers "Take Good Care of Her" Wilburn Brothers "Sing Your Heart Out Country Boy" Hal Rugg "Time Changes Everything" (Instrumental) Loretta Lynn "The Third Man" (Gospel) Willis Brothers "The Chicken Song"

ESPIONAGE EXPLOSION DEMO

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489510_1_1
No
Various
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1986  (Actual Year)
Color
01:09:52 - 01:21:03
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11275
31-3771
N/A
ESPIONAGE EXPLOSION DEMO

Universal Newsreels

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489362_1_1
Yes
Annapolis, MD
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1929  (Actual Year)
B/W
-
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1768
001-065-03
N/A
TITLE: "Leiutenant Williams tries out hs mystery plane. Aircraft which he hopes to win Schneider trophy, is launched." Shot of plane being hoisted by crane swinging around. TITLE:"This tiny machine with a wing spread of only 23 feet has 1,000 horse power engine." Shot of plane lowered into water. TITLE: "Williams will have to beat the record of 318 mils an hour held by Italy." Shot of him climbinginto cockpit and taking off from the water. TITLE: "Lieutenatn Williams, our Navy's greatest flyer." CU of Williams with helmet and goggles pushed up over his forehead, looking into camera and side to side nervously.
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