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T. W.a..e. - -as TLa F w. I. wMnnumaT. For the Dibtit of C0m-= and Muryelad. ammued warn somuthwesterly widnd- grues ally tk weather derig the day, peohably lew haboere during the evening. For Virgin, geusraly fair, esept led th-ner itorms i southern peruos; einsd wern -saeset winda. coSUMro or TIMn waTrn T we and eitiiwo et o ate at 0 W&=-Wm: EnimNEsperature, W; eend"6on, 1. ssivtag reaervoir, temperature, B. Cm "mes at north cmameeon. 4 condition at smeth .menmeceon. 36: distributing reservoir, temperature. FI: condition at inumet gate bome, 11: condition at eMmM PM hont, 21. High Water. I Low water. daa.m. 1: pm. V. . DuuAr, A.',. 7th and D. Glentlmen: I sus Pleased to sythat the deowa verb dome for me at yar Me U to te bgsut degree satis- b-ery 1333. S. NawMaw, *1 13th st. .. Psal'Us be Oream shpe by exprem any wo et of town. 1427 w York ave. Dew'e Fneui to take a box i===Ts' CaMP' with ye when you leave town. Oly Mc. a POMd. -Ica Cas3a sona 5e. a gimL CEn. Xasman'S owN Pride of Virginia Pert. UuamAeTmaTam Mmsametta Water, e draught. it imm-., Thomp a and MUMs' drug iteree. Sava yer eyesight: comIt E=zuatm, eur. 4. Wun Tvxrme ag OLovS at ur S0Me an deeri Em wil beep you eoeL LovTna GOar C4. TuM cacu=aN, 14th and K trees north wet. wol mWhe speeal rate. for =summer CanmnSe Czaaam by the EwmMa CamsW Woms. 1406 Mom ave. nw., are made Moth proef free of hege. Telephone M25-. 3&=5 Pm..= OF NZuoo. a genuine hand-Eleb esoa ma whi ky of the dne t character, bottled at te distillery. C=nam KEamn. agoet for the bistrict Cum... PO==Vaou Brova. Buy ne other yeu see it. M C. MrrcmzLm's, 310 M s. B.a= Srnaw Ear. are "al right." Make so mist"ha. Nome so durable. ien's, 5S. and L 28p', Me. and M0e. A. T. Lwe. 45 7th at. Pnc.se RMemATIowNS require galvanised ash ad gubmge e. We have them from 65c. upward J. H. CumsLai a Co., 1004 Fit. aw. Ancre am Guanasrauv .-Silver Filling., I ao&; Platim. S1. Very bos Teeth. ts. C. . DEN-rL AueocIAiou, 7th and D. CITY AND, DISTRICT. Pra Diavelo." Turn Barra ow Gzrr enatme.--15th street and (Mei awenme. XCIESo0UM_ TOMORBOW. Rava. TVmw.--t--.r Pents 9:4 a.m. and 24A and 645 p.m. MaAL. Lz..-Stemar Macalter and Rier Quern. V and 10a.m.. 2:45 p.m. CoLONa. BRACE. - eorge Leary, 9 am. Bay R:DeI--L-Traina leave B. and 0. station 9:15 axt.. 1l and 4:2" p-m. 3JrEaaa PaIR.-Take Tenleytown cam. MX. Vaaou-Macad.ater. 10 asn. Uameuaat iALL.- In honor of the Turner hand delegates. M1acaleiter and River Queen, 25.9. G:Z anel 6:40 P.m. LowsA roxonac La"DIves.-T. V. Arrow mioh. 3 p.m. CONDENAED LOCALS. AT .sa coamencement in Baltimore yester day of 3-k Hill, CoUtge the degree of master of arom use cenferred upon Gustave L. Soliguae ot this CAty. Is Tri Ca of Andrew Kartz. charged with ndlaremy. a noBe pros was entered in the 'rmsinal Cowl rtesterday. Jos. T. Cursuira. charged with forgery, gve baS in 500 in the Criminal Court today. Al e o'clock thi, morning a tramp named 3%1s~~u1Iivan w. run o. er by a train and his fiot badly crhed. He ar taken in the niath. precint patrol wagon to the Emergemey Gomuva BaqwN. colored. from Maryland. was the-n suddnl v ll on X street between 3d and 4th atreies noriheist last evening. Ar 1.5 oe'clock lait night George Staten. te tender of the Baltuimore and Petomac rai at Wd street and Virginia avenue. stumbled, and atrdig his head it Yas badly cut. Be was at tended by Dr. L J. Slattery and went to his home, 27 13S street southwest. In Q$e list of gradnates of the WassNgtus Normal Sehool pulidihed in vesterday's Sian the masse of Xia Inex D. I)aniel was samitted. AMUsEMEN'TtS A,-=aresa.-The warm weather did not prevent a kSasable reception of the Carleton Company at Abagh's lest night in "Fra Mavolo." The eerait an e=*A=isb-d favorite and one which a epi~aay with resources inferior to the Carl tIms asight emaly akhe entertaining. There is m aiabaance ot good mosic in it. and the per ESeee lst night showed fammiliarity with all the requireaments. together with a good share et the ahety aseessry to meet theam. Mr. Oaretm han been seen in the title role a sum her of times and his impereonation lest sight shewed mematerial change in former charne turitie. The role ot Zerline was aeeumed by Mmiie DeB, who soa liberal appianm both by her eia"nand by her ananer. J. C. a r eived with favor, and the orte of Charles Drew and Tome ichetta In the low comedy roe. were wamly appreciated. "Fra Diavolo" will he seamented for the rema-inder ot the week. Mn. Cans'. Coucmaa.--Mr. Forrest Davon port Carr was greeted by a large audienee en the eemeimisaet his testimonial concert at St. Johns Sm naaturday sight. The stae we. .deoorated and the .rgrm under te man=pemsent of Mr. ilubrT. timith, we. enoal.Mr. Simith gave his ''Cuontry wit geat effeet, asisted by the Wash hgtos.M-manii=, MsaJo and GuI tsr Club in funl eeten. The club almo rendered meveral melee Urnm. Amng the ether participants besida the hemidswe Dr. tcomptom, lee. Mr. Bisp ham, Chm West, Tim Murphy, ern . Tar -h 8Smee Clmesta and Lawrene nlp T hiededa Cldb sf1 give a day and eeigencarsion to River View snt Friday, a rng at her wsul hour.. Every Z hU e anade to grovide for the comfort teir getan, and thee sf1 he =ine. and .ieConme. Squ et Jegadlab, will gi its amalenewese e Tharmiday of thi week, ~ to River View on the steamer piamb, e is mcheduled to leave at M:S am., 3M and G p.m. There llbe prize gamee of balka,.a fleet sae, sne., mek h e.a . n mimn omieyable thel preisd to all wiB agarae thee de~ghaa to ettha eequeted retreag, Ocee Tas etThurday. The Mary iieleaveat 9am. and returnto the a p..'The bread deebei the Mary bedetdto daing aD day. Tomorrow M"Des" Ese sill mee amether halmee livmim t ter View. Mam. Anwes Jewba. Palmem Medlan af te third preoiet em Med the Pollee CVmt yesterd arrying a haehad eoeekswheheeteademjeuefry *e eerUsa the property af Mae, U. S. limed, g., ad tm we hel an evideeo p e r-- apincs whom tee-.ee a atd -a beesy. The thft aseined -ems age, an pubahed to Tunkaan at me thetei wa tah m Mam. Atee' ef es an duAdhag et the - t limb sh w.sse at had han buried 1aan e atater. ef e hod % . ea fernm h m..helm~ . it ptio ~meks. In hieug tedthmy M. Alvesd amid es to eas tedthiemmr weald hat. R Inwme, emcssi se t d he aame weui an Gmmla q akt A l f em zom new to INGV Per ZAN" OW 4 s to en eee an -s sme -an se simas -ft so 0 1 a 1 was aae aus ereane wmm iv. wm e msio m - - emincuumaMSe, , VRM za A SITVI TM w W . wegin wee a e Cos be mee wiejy me Ese ohesit i h a a aeefte 64 way Is to as epporo at .40 cbaen' es a $7 y Moms. Am lifn of ts goo at is beim --r-i-' by - bloo.damn~wmlboar - eW the ferugeingstate meat e p bring -o" posieve of the wism of the .e-alebe-t and =ee- ef 116 nebie work of eh'eity. The Children's Conmy Reme in a vias about two muse nlrthw't t a coaatry home whm it ti hdres e are tahen from the hot and crowded temme and aley homes of the e mty an tendy sed for by catbe wmu They ar e~e the blae prvlgos heap to and yet otherwise uuebteluahi far m co Par ab Hbi od n mom n Ih tINg,II yon may, a"d Y"et a been to Tbe home is an e- d-boememd i.me he., nelgdown In a r, of tre" ae Car rounded by shrubbery and frss an, D was do..ed fr t.' .'pu ' by Mr. 0 0. Gloer and is Wmntuined enr b coatributions. Is is --ed b biss et young ===nmried Iodies of thit apW En acm a aNaan. Thorn ore assemaanedotions for tirty &e dren, Seeh cA being permitted to s . two weea. Only destitute Children are taeh and a commibme of yon ladie IavI*-t o" Cme to - I I worthinees befor a1mb .on an begains ft " W the b.a.st of the home are reserved t be extended oly I those who would be bpe4t4 and beed bemas. jicye with "u * vidt sections or e city probaby ab-o*ty unhaown to thou-anis of the reader of ti musd: explore treetb whoe pavements never pound with the ClAt ter of the carrigs t the ich, and witass sights of destitution an despair whic may might doubt could exhit in thi lovely ai. OING TsaoVeusa aI.Rm Come down with them en one of their They have been notifed that a werthy e exists in a certain lowly distict Yea turn of from the main thoroughfare up an aley which runs the length of the square. On ei ide are the humble homes of the very poor, with their little hot, staff room, In which are crowded the invariably large faMle. Th the open doors ya m d pieiful locn n children tlying around on the Geers, drlven indoors y the Aere afternoon sea, which beets mercilewmly down - the cobble stone-paved alleyway seem to bring out more garishly the sordid aspoct of the . Everywhere Is squalor and d ery. Thechildren are fretful and peeviuh. the poor tired mothers no better, and, oh, the lies, the smells, the noise and the ismeable heat. All the homes are alike. and there ae probably a dozen worthy cases in the row but the one recommended to the comaqittee iufound. It is a little girl, probably six years old. Her Jfi face and pinched features tell the sale needs. At Aret she does not want to go. but her mother prevails upon her, and than is somethin in the sweet tace of ths young woman who0 has come for her that inspires en idence. The ether Children crow ".' with wondering faces and s@qe is"innaes saing them are an they watch their douer gWe ready to go. The mother saon in the der way with the baby in her arms, with the ethese peering out beside her. At Jet they am and it's qoodbye to the eske, the mand thedis. hocryngbabies and pev~ parents, the hot sun--sin and ae dirty aty fr Se long weeks. mavause a sas as. From Got alley to the OCentry Eqqe is from pUrgaOry te pmu4m. Oft 00 4 Ored litle e-e revels 1e two wsebste under the trees, eats bof '* boad "0s night cris up in a eimes white ight li nd whtnmgthq Three hundred chos, Sa glrjh*Vj turs, srs4 for n u W The swan SsqE p oalain a bed Inthe horn for tde: on a. g e- and happ-* Wass toe a een children. The o1cmes of the home are: President. Ws Mary . T Wilkes: viet N i Ene L. ROTv Secretory, MIN.Rdger; iremwre Gm IL ii. Townsend; ftees, MISS Nary ]LIiss NMoa Rodgers.Gem. X D. To Eho lat LBt ]"a HUn Miss .Ni T nA llM m akKmI Townend, Mhe V. Enry, Kim Iatrrow, MUis an, Miss Parker alsAugusta Ta Wan, eN Kim, M inrs ~ipesm Z" nlrh~ o and Miss Bryan. Last sammer the bew was maeit-t--d t part by those who learned of t*e *me so it work throoA T an S a. M aes ftwrd ussolisited and contribntmd touthert the cenda--e- charity threugh Tun Bran. Tan San now gives oprtendty to aD who de trbti sent inTan San will he rei credited and turned over to the treasurer o h homme. A smeld contribution, and counributioas ot any amount wGil be welcoe, w~I ertbinly give seme poor little one muach hapines end amy eave a life. Tan Evumrna Swan hende tes subscripec lisHt with NO, which will gay 1we onebe for the sn, 33N TUE SMAsLLPOX NOUE'ETAZ.. The Omty Nins Whese a Bfphhesds 1We When Health Omcer Hsem aseperted to the Disteet Cenmi==and--rs yeserdy the fast announced in Ta Sran et the esitesms of a case of smaflpoz in a vessel In theuivor of Alps andrin it was mande known aise that the emeall pox hos"ital was --n-pisd lyp a apaa hA-dp "1 tall yeu, Mr. Dls" emi the ham eseer. "the neemle ot a hespialt for e~ingseq. diees - eraeming ems a4mee gy-et every day-" "Thi pa ass u epak # 4. wopul d o e hhlis 1aa e aehopn A Sran repoertor thared t Dished Dund ate heedin' et As seen as the astue et the disese wa hnow the hetad pruprister ordered a t of %S h--es Mm was tubes in ahek end driven to aS the hospitabs,.bat in ench emes, almenig he ha~3~npay 1w enr he -a sen ~ aD 'fthe am oemid boone ---du aS e. ~.sv .fw.. tetses t amn col nt he bapssi hospit ha sn oeto gim ...m.he es....se. eesd pat D pessas b. o een a Se iess am seeoe en -e Emeenemth t asheu e nd sinel DL Nist auees attmmsi et a wuher i ke s te bell se s s erdte meQ -eumdn es t ac - h~1 ~le bash sied Qte invn ao Ih= im p n 1w. A erm~ an te..s.m "A.- - 9 .mytu = 41 jumbo.ese... easo te.ee s...e . ... a . ..a9. toep...h.. ud a o.f~ t e y. -e n ieas s)de aJ.ttfi.e milte seA w sqp a%-L . a s Pes. ahismas.to b.t ad -.s do - ESYU h USk* , Gin z*"Ps ge d gqi C Is AM In "t. e q cpaIa h*mad least :- Al..e. *js .* .4T" . . .6." - B-g e ms "Ir' ii~pr 4wt om iaawh ele " | 69 -s! .o Os O . .s - .., fr...m. toik ..:-4 ". * be.s ..eWis, the6..! er 61.a h Dihrieiz 3m... ses .. ~ ~ 69 noawss'r of ai beg....as ~ ~ $ 4.dgtg m. s #. e. wtto hip,51 abnd, fs s. i er ~ a lp a ..1 hIf f..u.est fo .a er Mte toe shI Pt - apf ;Wad et Aw Ik lo tiMr. es gmftd Turnwhic arm ie~~ssef- of. Ipade 0 1 =dha .S... IM. a d.4%n: r t-i Neinteri to doeesma l wo fevt he r 041 ea hbesu of b nal T ao * Peapr JU" OD eafds ba AruP",i ie a bs attrsh relw e GWW toil", d nMr. &a b va Ans the atre fat sh~a t o PONNA of Aprnth.eil rh futer molb Dbas O ik e a t ofv as.re , TW Oki~m eft 69 r roqpe iresiva.k In~b kuls and D='r"T b.Hoo!. Arm@" a~h w" WJ4MSaMiY fohdutlld bmW[Iwd, r wV time~o petwiwturne a fw ~ ~ ~ Ua~rt 'b ein" l f N;b; ctbA hpa ginslf in Ohio.a Mwbmea, o~aty a , heo ~ M.Bt -MAe. a& wtir.fe eq top l ht ifI~lavofh~m alsurnason . ilibb a n qulal ~ y raea =110 Wabisirof O~d~wsM4Al~ is A M ID mie usevrn tala ie Dr. 10b" so M N. 3eft etq Ceedve tim, ~ a" Va...t~ as b"e Af sut rm.t DWIteg l rs eedrd Wit wet dlsMINA. the "itj ff Olzahwl~hf 4= a rtie of~~~e~detoy. ~~iio~are of thmme a=" khi"7st~ in sheid & id d~ a.e edh m ms mdv ~4bMa:* mdMMde a;;&=l Mulrem of breoslL o eKaft ss Bbo whsfa no esuir at lisomlds ba, fn= tmt sumei bcees of. AMpyy'.t efty~ eAt Asva lthl Am m.pe And t in h "00612. Un S 13, a - nw of a at OW MW -us m -i, - -aW "a VW a9 e. smmea mas W e w0 sf e-emma = MAm-aIR. o m .ar-mein s maem e =ms. geVhesesta bass he sg iee esh a- fram. sa ste aMeuw, wh wgethdam. T& ad isa W usedl mssnOAppn ti "ft"W "46e . As a"pmW . dah ha week, dK a" d4. 'Iey am And id msh mAse OW asomet en Ch"F. om- lbstIe fismas had h fed for. ath *ey -s s 68 S .W w.. a.. MO.".d .their 3 eitias membwere I the r e--gnagoy ofe...a ataio. -uiso - orfbelfieved *M thsebr eee MAN were eat it the mt mauguine did Rog even dream th4 were In it tO the Re, Wmhen "Ot9 o'ock bot evening esived - as at their armary, it us, reaft wyacemoutm or Wzie thfoe by reel Isd the fll extent o' the mum which had attemd" the ef'orte of the company. But it wanemly for. momet, however, ad the. en ahsiasm unbounded, LIET. 3onum. enthusiasm ndescribable resnued and en tianed with few iid vn n thidnigh. And i whot huiereq cease thon, far te meambe, aud the emne and tRies 4 uW with them t A srte and at their W It to "" Qt every use tthT eeble who heard he new joined iii thW* thien as did 6 the sa generally. or that C Besky Wed theGaevarhy i ? oe second rhe S dGuary or Littledy Ark, the third. The 'Fe.iblee were ex -nctedromve mot 0 9 it imuow thougbt1Wa they Will epeed two or three aq he ncmn o their way home, and that hey will eot, tberfore. rNdere here bfra Mnday or Tes iy d evubje Toay the Dtb Wtoee tw- a aaeof nt oinand a4Vh uje . and their Briend.s am wDI be "he Perpe miyiof ryubrean Isa Auiqs. Th vain tr " i brepaai f~rdtby willo et ande ardgriv Dome. 1111 y ahp r 0 adhree arni ghthy biinm ohen wbih thei grea The =Rua commencesnat Of the NOrA and Rioh Schools of the opvgath and eighth dl viTioe of The public schook will be asd Wed nerday evening at the Academy of Mun. The Marine Band will render a select program, a muce on this occasion. Amo, 0. Shorter will deliver the salutatory, the abjeet being The Debt We Owe to Imaella nf Spaury WIS. A. Wells, jr., will deor an tation 0% "rhe value 91a Busness CYuree a od Indugr Tr.inhw" &u4 the sabject of Robme D. Nowi'. oration will be "The Perpetuity of Repblian Pe1r 4atiqua." The valedictory wEd be elivered by S. Ceciia Johnson. Commeon r Dooglene will cowner the d-gree ad Mr. idedek Doug T2= OSADAUTM. TZhe grwuates will be so followe: Norma Sehool-araret Card Bhown, May Corrill Burke, Ximma Rebecca, (ike, Nanhse Eizabetho Wder, Oei Cromswell, M Nobe i es, RbeeaJ ue ra No sa Eeisad Perra HBrim Quander, Brittanla sub Rddm eer Cla eram smyth, lorence Gwyan Tri, ateroin aageie ryleur, soe Curri Thomas, Mavie Bhrneditto Thomas, leanor Elisabeth Wes A&c Viasbt Wa. Fannie Marney Wooe , Hig schoo, eadesule couI.S-M.bIIs Ie*Deckwtth Ida Elluelmet Dren pab Brueb Mary Amabth, BumoAa, Alia kbde Gwall, Gorkr*e ?pmde Nary Loos Coean thrtl Castes, mjm Edelin, Iet~ I~ wards, Nanpie AWRoMM Frazier, flrncuusmnCri Mel 9ans Mary EmmWa HE~S Nora Hyman, BcailftILJob l Belle John soa. Bemi e JO , iaKrknd 'Ad& Pebeca L As e 90 GM~ aa MaF Au~miaeces linr.Esel Eit Tereneyor Rebecea .is Aet -uh......I~ We~e.WeEaWi WsrminC.,Le ms ~eemn anBGaha aS a.m . heat m me e wom, go beahe to de Ann but ahm. e Me Imp. emeteiqr, a he ed seem -~ qgmahe as reseleaat gemet and g-ee wen, 0amhe we e empoma" Pm e ae 0m0bbmh - on gab sOm Mo to Amm anh "een aem peabe S eA ep segiusoft mh hA 4& A m npL f beda M mt Na eass - mh hyes.-.ageen. etad 1d~ m. isham m aen., andes ha i e bIhmr gmdhe wee -ememn SWA Gn1W00 on mmem eoled Wf So am40104a ON&NA -w oqWBN A@ is dewing me i etA m mt to to UNseO tesk 'Sr wmking be fm weed and moetaL Whs A h Sm a R . . mig sp peers Wi .6e 0 These -s spaOhaSeS tf l ,!m , 1'.k may be Se.Men bi as to heslme of a p "oly chobme - mThen here i6 a to*h--- e leaves of bradn, 00hc m L S eas e0t is- k; nt in the *&asn vbkk s the ai hhoeb. A Af.-te om a t aimt me eslb that he headsaswmRa he haastof hn ae traied. The -get -h r er = odveatais of today beemam me egml mab year, and hem mmcbi ia - a dual a atiteee the.aa... e. of.&atow Y,4011 0g4, .1W PmanSWMe mmm. Theme were, f -e -e- quite a ag. nomber Of vimes at he Eered bedlinge today; but it wm deded "t e aropvrin of do paneab of the s edrea a a med he --hoobad PteLe in 6omblhe ibeh MND of their chdren I vis he mm and Me fOr hom-av wht heir oft gessahae Ne dob they have OSmadeam epme Iamm a of the gehoole and b t t ha tion of tm Is be arried a along the i and thres no eed to bother thei about 14. WUAT MauTiin Tm Talm.c.. The toamhm, however, weuld like h pa ron to dispiny a amre personal latoed i the mchona. There is no doubt aboa he Ammied on the of tllait. Ir the bakaf t teay wee b tl of es - ourbulin for Me p a "opdng the werk these eha with heir own. The anrem em omeainego to do this. Tomorrow tha[ wR be elsdag esreses haM in the achoo, such have bee" arreaged by tihe tenebers be med out. T2E ?PUILODZMC OCIETE. An Isnmeatimng Debafsom S he ies, Co-.-.s Buteor m an .adiene of lteligm-. and rehme - Mont the Phia.dm.e society Of Georgetown Collegs lat night held their anumi dbate, he subject being "Dolved, That the numited oina ot dilver and the .eosbh.mm. t f a i istiallo standard, subtmatilly as eomesm templated in the B.ad bill, ae expedient* In an interesting and masterly way the de baters argued their points, both the pros and eons exhibiting a knowledge on the bject that was lan.able. The )adhe were Senator John E. Kemma ot West VTgkii, Semator 0.1. Nan dresom of Nebraha and Senor Don Etmd. Gusman, E. E. and . P. ot Nicargem. Those who spoke on the arat*ive side were Edward and Thoses P. A. Walsh of Now York, =**~h naive were W. loyd Weo am h District f Columbia nd Patrick E OMDmmA of Indian. The ..miae.. i sharge were Coposed as folows: f-caeptoa-J. K Ryan, 'U hairom; W. J. cob'93; J. F. Reanon, 'W; J. C. aIey '22; . . Wellor, 'n-; J. 1. smih, '96; Ic2. Gavin, 'W. A. O'Donnel, - J.. l U 0. 9917M 'f- L O'Connor '9; F. C. "e, ; ILM.'e.. 'U; 3. J. Colhr, '96; A. Shees' obat Os m.s .m * A.ear. A young oalored smnd rhasds hwooks was defendant i two grahd jry -se tied in the PoUse Osurt yeeorday. The ekp in each oes was asmmalt and batery wmf hamIst fe kilL Charles Aramtad and Anamw Chase verp he preCting witesem. 'T anre-aeused on 13M-street about 11 o'ctsch Baturday night. Brooks and Armastead had me trouble early in the evening and the latter smys that therm and hisrmo suechVCuihme*d a pistol. with which to kill him. thuymel about U o'clock Brooks asked Armotmad: "Ib your me Charse" 'Y " he respended. Brol then put his hand Si m hip poeket, so Armoatead .ay, and am he did so (Arm stead) dealt him a blow with his s.5 The prisoner then Bred one shot at m the holme miming Armistead and enteringhe to" of ChAe, who was athe . ald". erat.1,.t.'t ""..%"i.& NII..I - .. gts m ea. at .*.. I.n. mo .. 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