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The ralDCOflt raia oat has been somewhat superseded by the rainyday costume a adesign ndesign adesign
design In which the coat and skirt are developed in gr griftonette iffonette a waterproof
fabric that gives net a hint of its rainproof qualities Rather does it resemble resemblea
a highclass covert or whipcord weave and is fashioned after the best of tailor tailormade tallormade tailormade
made models The return to the plain and severe tailormade tall ormade that which
faithfully follows the lines of the figure is displayed in the closefitting coat coatwhich coatwhich
which hag the full complement of seams but is fitted with a sinzle dart dartin dartIn dartin t
in front fi ont thus allowing for the full straightfront effect Sleeve Is s moderate ¬ r rly
ly full at the top tapering below Iow the elbow to a tight shape at the wrist
Mannish collar and lapels make a correct finish The skirt is in n nine goreFeach gores goreseach go rei reieach j
each with a backward turning pleat that is stitched down to about the knee line lineand lineand
and then pressed Pret1 ed fiat to the hem The skirt as is proper escapes the ground groundall grounda11 groundall
all around but is not so short as those that originally appeared uffder the guise guiseof guiseof guiseof
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not knowing where to light lest they be Tleatlee relentlessly b trod upon by some S me shoe shoeeomraty rtloecompany
company eompat Troublesome Troub1 Ome anxious thoughts are in wild commotion in the upper upperparrrMnt upperpctrrr upperparrr I
parrrMnt pctrrr rt nt of my cranium block but I dare not let them light on this sheet sheetof sheetof n nor
of paper p per for fear they would disturb your peace of mind If you were only onlyhere k
1 here they the coukl peas pas dJroctty ncUy from my mind to yours your and I know all would wouldbe wouldbe
I be tranquil bat b t when a pen and paper are ud as a medium of exchange exchangei
i 1 fe feor r they would not reach you in the same me spirit they leave me A womans wom woraj woman
j ans an tor6w lo gJ when used us d as a medium of exchange ehaDae will alter a thing mater raaterially matertally
I ally but rv a pen and paper pa er will alter er It spiritually ritualty So there ther Is no safe way waythat I
t I that you IIU can get et my thoughts unless unJe th there IB I a connection between my mouth mouthand mouthld mouthand
and ld your ear When Then will that connection be established and a ad chartered chartor d by law lawi la1 c
i I NVe e have la vc made the survey and found only one stream to bridge Oh that we wehcid wehid
I hid the power and wet to erect that structure Two years t l8 ago the terrible terriblej terribledougbt Ie IeI
j drought dou ht lowered the staters wat at rs of the oll Peaobscot ao a as to permit foot eoss eossleg cros crosj c = u uI
j ing in n two > places l laCC8 s something < me thing that was never nev r before known The storm of op oppoaIton
I I poiton against of our r marriage some time will will have havea havespent spent t itself a drought willfollow will 11 11I
j I follow ard a r d then thc vits v it ith the good wishes of all we can crows the thstream stream with without without 1th ¬ hi hio
out o t gctJng gt hg our c r feet svet Y f < > > t That I fancy will be a better way tlttn to attempt attemptio m
I io u bridge bd p St t now nowEvery r rEverything m
I Everything Every Eeryth lhn r is gong well we with at I II
me school In fact there IM 11 lugs teen be but one oneripple oneI
I ripple in n the pedagogical IXdnJlIO jal stream this year ye r and that was when the principal principaltold principalI
I told t < > ld m me that I wag born to b be a teacher I did not like that for a oent and d f
I am not going to believe ht > but what I w
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you just a as much as Eve EveWEB Evewell Evewas
WEB for Adam Jam although I Vas not a side issue i ue like Eve How lovely it must
have ben be for tho those < < two people not to have nave anyone interfere in their matrimonial matri matrimonial matrlmonlat ¬ 111
monial affairs Kven the serpent helped things along But with everything t
in their tb < r favor or they could co d not resist hooking pear eara and then raising raJ ing Cain s snd
And nd here am J poor weak mortal with a family of ten and relations as numerous num numerous ¬ h hero
erous ero as lB the th Israelite landing tandl
aghast at th the thought of my marrying the theonly theonly i
only Adam in the world for me and with ten times the
sagacity of the ser serpent serpent ¬ S
pent contriving all manner of ways to keep us apart But the law of love will willyet willyet ill illyet
yet prevail preva uad our hitherto troubled lives be a realistic pantomime of the 01 01Ch1rdeth
thirtieth chapter of Chronicles We Vc shall han then be happy enough to make up f
fc ft all the sorrows of the past pa t
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there is s a sloughing loqhln away awa of the mall I smallcourtesies mallcourtesies RJIcourtesies
courtesies or charms Ie t manner Yet Yetthe Yetthe Yetthe
the younger folks who observe such suchlapses swblap suchlapees
lapses lap o of manner may many of them themeven themen themEven
even en now ow ve oe e forming form1 habits that age agevill III IIIvoiH agewill
will confirm and which will 1Jl prove quite quiteas quJtfts quitees
as s objoctjjnstble as those which today todaythey todayU todaytGcy
they U critically altic Jy notice The w way y of ofyu otth ofuuth
yu uuth th becomes second nature 1ture with age ageSo a8o agemoo
So o after all are not the habits of ofct ottbers ofotters
ct otters tiers who are older than we e excellent excellentobject ex exoeileatobject lnt lntotjoeL
object lesions l Ons to t > us who are dally dallyfonnlns dallytormln dailyforming
forming tormln habits They Th may teach usto us usto
to 0 avoid the small lapses of good goodbreeding goodbr goodbreedng
breeding br e4n t Ute e little heedless tricks In Inwhich Inwhkh inwhich
which we are sometime omctm < > tempted hr ptfd to in indtilcc Indulge Indulgc
dtilcc dulgeVhen dulgcWhen dtilccWhoa
Whoa one Is s no Linger Iog < r young oung she is isnot I Inot isnot
not always schoolable and an i young oun pea people peapie eO eOpie ¬
pie are too respectful to attempt it itWith I IWith
With each of Q us u rests tJv t41 responsibility responsibilityof
of keeping ou7 ou In manners iy tl tae le mark of ofperfect otpcrCct ofperfect I
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To one with falling sight sewing Hwln i Is i
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the needles So let some some ome one with keen keena kee tn l
eyes a thread a number numb r of needles needl upo upon n I
the same Si SiHJOl ool leaving them wrapped wrappedwith wrappewith Wrappedwith d I
with the thread thrMJ thresctaround around It Then when whetthe I
the seamstress SetllJUltre wants to begin she may ma madraw y 7
draw out the thread slipping back all allthe allthe al althe I
the needles but one break it off at the thedesired thedesired th thdesired e
desired length and let the rest of the theneedles theneed th thneedles
needles need remain upon the apocl for forfuture torfuture fo fofuture
future use Thus Th she can c n use as many manyneedlefuls manyneedletula man manneedlefuis y
needlefuls as there are ar needles put upon uponthe uponthe upo upothe n
the spool and her work goes forward forwardwithout forwarwithout d nd
without any trying delays delaysA
A childs bright vision IGEl and leisure leisuretime lelsuretime Ieisuretime II I
time man thus be made to save tit titmother the themother themother e
mother or grandmother at the same sametime llametime sam samtime e
time the little one is taught that help ¬
fulness tuln and thougtttlulnass thou tfulnaas which mean meanso mes messo r
so much muc in hotneflfe hom fe and character for formation formntlon formatlon ¬
mation matlonTime8Vant mationTimes mntlonIimel
Times Time8Vant > Want Van Ada Ad Bring Results
The Latest in Headgear HeadgearEveryone HeadgearEveryono HeadgearEveryone
Everyone recognizes the paramount paramountimportance parnmountimportauco paramountimportance
importance of hats Has not one of our ourcleverest ourcleverast our ourcleverest
cleverest writers remarked rernarkedthat that one onemay onemay one onemay
may in time grow to care about a a soul soulbut soulbut soulbut
but that a chapeau makes mal an instant Im Impression 1m 1mpresfiion Jmpre
presfiion presfiionWell pre pressionWell slon slonVeJJ
Well VeJJ the latest In hats is warrantedto warranted warrantedto
to make an instant impression for itboasts It Itboasts Itboasts
boasts the novelty of a hlghUdome high dome is isthe Isthe isthe
the correct name though thimble Is moreescriptivecrown more moredescriptive mared
descriptive scrlptlvccrown crown covered plainly a n lathe la lathe lathe
the pincushion with Ilh velvet tho base basebeing basebeing baseeing
being eing decorated in some way with a awreath areath awreath
wreath reath of shaded dahlias repeating tho thotones thotones thetones
tones of the velvet perhaps or by the themuchdiscussed themu theuchdiscussed
muchdiscussed mu m hdlscussec1 but recrudescent veil or orboth or orboth orboth
both together while its brim is not un unlike unUke unke ¬
like li ke an enlarged and extended edition of ofthat of ofthat ofthat
that on a mans felt and often enough enoughIs enoughof
Is of n total totally different color Our old oldfriend oldfriend oldfriend
friend the felt flop bent Into unwonted unwont unwonted unwonted ¬
ed smartness and the French sailor gen generally Icnerally geny ¬
erally modernized are also favoredWhen favored favoredWhen favoredWhen
When a Garment Is Dyed DyedA
A garment to be dyed must first of all allbe nUba allbe
be absolutely clean Whether It Is Bilk Bilkwool slUtwool stiltool
w wool ool or cotton it must nU5t first of f all be bewashed bewAshed bewashed
washed with soap and ringed In clearwater clear clearwater clenrWater
water afterward The dyemust clye must be boil boiling boilIng bollng ¬
ing ng and the goods to be dyed must re remain romain ¬ S Smain
main in boiling liquid for twenty minutes minutesor
or half an hour Chiffon takes dye dyebeautifully d1ebeautlfully dyebeautifully
beautifully So do woolen goods go ds Silk Is Isharder sharder s sharder
harder to do and sometimes only takes takesIn takesIn takesin
In spots s ts But still by seeing that you gethe get gettihe getIIIe
tihe t he proper dye d e for each kind of goods goodsand goodsnd goadsand
and nd by following the Instructions Im Implicitly ImpllcltJy implfcttly ¬
plicitly you will often get results far bee be beyond beyond ¬
yond your expectations One of the thepoints thepoints thepoints
points is to keep the article to be dyed dyedmoving dyetlmovlnS dye dyemoving
moving the wholo time it Is s in n the liquid liquidand liquidand liquidand
and then the color is s sure of reaching reachingevery reachingevery reachingevery
every part Of course a small woodentick wooden woodenstick woodensUele
stick s tick must be used for this purpose toavoid to toavoid toavoid
avoid soiling the hands handsChoosing handsChoosing handsChoosing
Choosing Choosing a Career CareerThe
The phrase pbrn choosing a career is a afamiliar aleLmlllnr afamiliar
familiar one Has it ever occurred to toyou toou toyou
you ou how absurdly inexact a phrase It t Is Isso isso
so 0 far as the real matter of going towork to towork towork
work is concerned It would seem thatmost that thatmost thfltmost
most of us are chosen by our uC8roors uC8roorsratner careers careersrather earoors earoorsrather
rather than they by us and further furthermore furthermore furthermore ¬
more that tht the word career Itself is al almost almost almost ¬
most too pretentious to be applied to the thebusiness thebusiness
business life IIf of the average average busy b usy Ameri American American American ¬ I
can man or woman womanA womanA womanA
A person may Justly jusU be said to have havehad 1m havehad ve vehad
had a career when she has won dls dlsmark dlstJncUon distinctlon
tJncUon In her calling Has Ias won IU IUmark it itmark
mark you In that important hour when whenher whenher h n nher
her determination to make for h ha herself herselfa
a earoer Is born she has no reason to totalk totaUt toalk
talk t of career but of calling The calling call callinK canInJ
inK InJ is the road elementt to the career careerThe cnreerThe
The accidental accidentaly clement enters so large largely largely ¬
ly y into the adoption of different callings callingsiti camnbthat callingsthat
iti n1r Vila life liteseeing lifeseeing life lifedent
that one 10r looks V back rtn On his own
seeing the results of the trifling accJ accJdent accjdent
dent and smiles at the thought of how howmade howequally bowequally
equally trifling a matter mIght have havemade
made life an altogether different differentabout storre story storyWe storyVe
We Ve feel and feel and foci about some sometimes sometimes ¬
times before we put the e eright key In the theright theright
right keyhole ke hcle andthe lock is turned turnedj turnedllanlbugSteak turnedur9
llantb llantbFood Uambuzg llanlbugSteak ur9 Steak Doclozed DoclozedFood
I Food adulteration as many knowhas know knowhas Imowhas
has now extended even to Hamburg Hamburgsteak HamburgOt Hamburgsteak
steak Once Ot < < e upon a time the economi economical economial ¬
could sincerely feel thatshe that thatshe thatshe
cal calwo c al woman an
sweet wholesome meat meatat me meatat t
she was buying
at a small price in this UIa form formHamburg formHamburg formHamburg
Hamburg steak stea takon directly from froma
a fOod ood piece of meat and chopped by bythe byhe
before ones eyes Is notespecially not notespecially
the he butcher I Iespeclal1y
especially cheap and the cheaper va variety variety ¬
riety found for sale already chopped choppedis l lIs
adulterated and often unfit to toeat toeat
is badly I Ieat
eat eatIf If anyone wishes to be really eco economical ceonomical ¬
nomical nomi 1 and has the time to spare spat she shei Mhowill
i if bu s a Jowprlced slowpricedmeat ti IrvwTirlCftfl IrvwTirlCftflmeat
will be wise If she buys
meat like the round and puts it through throughher throughbar
meat chopper at athome athome
her own patented
home The butcher charges extra a aHamburg agood
good extra too for the choppingand chopping choppingand
and his meat chopper will willProbably Probably probablynot
not be a as clean as that at home homeHamburg h me meHamburg
Hamburg steak at ak will be mor more e tender tenderand tenderand
and better in every way if it is broiled broiledinstead o
instead of fried Frying certainly certainlymakes certainlymakes
makes It tough It should be served servedrare servedtare
and with plenty of rioh seasoning seasoningwith seasoningI I
rare It Is nice for PlenttY a slmPlo s mplo meal Serve Servewith Servesellh
with fried onions It fried fried onions onionscome are arenot arenot arekind
not used it itsauce should shshould be served with come comeare some somekind somekind
with withshshould watercress or other othergarnish otherprnlsh otherarnish
kind kindnot of ofused sauce
garnish g arnish
Other Ground Steaks SteaksThere SteaksI SteaksThere
There are two other forms of steak steaksimilar I
similar to Hamburg and excellent for a achange n achange
change The first is called Hanoverian Hanoveriansteak Hanoveriansteak V VBtBllik
steak To prepare it chop a piece of ofIan f flean flean
lean beef beefabout about a pound and a half off offthe otlthe oftthe
the sirloin If f convenient aGrind
Grind it exceedingly excH < lngy fine In a meat meatgrinder meatgrinder t tIrlnder
grinder Add a tablespoonful of salt and andhalf andhlf andhalf
half a teaspoonful of popper Form the themeat themeat themeat
meat into six flat cakes rub them with withmelted withmelted withmelted
melted butter and broil tour minutes on oneach oneach oneach
each side Put one ounce of butter in afrying a afrying atrying
frying pan on the stove add half hal a cup cupful cupful p pful ¬
ful of finely chopped onion and cook cookwithout cookwithout cookwithout
without browning for six minutes Then Thenadd Thenadd Thenaddd
add four large tomatoes peeled and cut cutinto cutInto cutto
into in to small mall pieces Season highly with withsalt sell sellsalt
salt It and pepper using u ing about onohaltaspoonful onohalt onehalfteaspoouful onohalttea
teaspoouful tea te poonlul of salt and onefourth teaspoonful tea teaspoonful teaspoonful
spoonful of pepper Add also half a ateaspoonful a atea8poontul ateaspoonful
teaspoonful of sugar uP and cook ten minutes min minplatter mlnuLes
uLes After arranging the steaks on a aplatter
platter pour the sauce over them and andserve andSeTVe andserve
serveThe serve serveThe SeTVeTbe
The second Is a beef a la tartare Useonly Use Useonly I
only beef be t of the th finest quality as this thiscurious thiscutiOU thiscurious
curious dish is a never cooked Take anytender any anytender nn
tender piece of steak and season everypound every everypound l lpound
pound of it after mincing it fine with withone withone i ione
one tablespoonful of salt Divide the themeat themeat themeat
meat equally into four pyramids and andplace andpJace andplace
place them on four small tea plates platesMake plates1I11lko platesslake
Make a hollow in the middle or oreach ofeach
each pyramid p ramid put into it one raw rawe rawegg I Iegg
egg g yolk and garnish with tiny tinyslices tinyslices tinyshoes
slices of onion or minced onion andpf and andpieces andphc
pf pieces phc cs of pickled beet Skin and bone bonesix bonesix bonesix
six anchovies anchovl ° ar Divide into two fillets fllletaand filletsand filletsand
and roll each o ch fillet up Place three of otthem ofthem j jthem
them on each plate or on top of a pyra pyramid p pyramid ra ramid
mid Serve with bread and butter This Thisdish Thisdish Thisdish
dish Is s not seen as often in Amenca us ua1n usIn U UIn
In Europe but It will make a very good goodand i iand
and nourishing no rlhlng luncheon dish After the theplates thepJatos thepintos
plates of meat are served s rved each guest guostmixes gUQstmixes guestmixes
mixes the egg yolk olk in the center wrh wrhthe wththe wtttthe
the meat and the garnish of vegetables vegetableBea80nlng vegetablesseasoning 1 1seasoning
seasoning further to suit his taste tasteINTERESTING tastel
INTERESTING INTERESTINGDont
Dont you think he asked aske that thatMrs thatI thatMrs
Mrs Bizzerton has an Interesting face faceYes I
Yes shp replied very I am all al always dJ dJI ¬
ways fillrd fitl d with wonder at the way she
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< Promotes lr motes the growth b70 of the o hair and andt d drlyeslt
t gives rlyeslt It the thelustroandsilanessoyouth lustre anclsuklness of youth youthAVlann youthWbrn
s AVlann the hair la gray or faded itBRINGS it tt
5 BRINGS BACK THE YOUTHFUL COLOR COLCni COLORIt
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The above Is a n delightful suggestion for or a coquettish coquottlshhat hat of 0 gray foil felt the thecrown tbecrown thecrown
crown crown encircled with silver cloth ribbon ending In loops at back and underneath under underneath nder nderneath ¬
neath the turned brim resting gracefully on the hair are re two white plumes I
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TABLE MANNERS M NN RS SHOULD SHO ULD BE BETAUGHT BETAUGHT gETAUGHT
TAUGHT TO THE CHILDREN EARLY
Unless Unle parents renta are extremely lJ tremeb particu particular partIcular particular ¬
lar I little children rarely have good goodtable goodtable goodtable
table manners and the youngsters youngsterseat youngsterseatlike eat eatlike ea ealike t
like young animals let loose upon food foodIt foodIt foodIt
It is neither pleasant pI ouant nor agreeable agreeableand agrcoobleand agreeableand
and Ii if permitted it will in take years enrs to toovercome toovercome toovercome
overcome what was such a short time timein timeIn timen
in I n becomin becoming a habit On the tb other otherhand otberhand otherhand
hand when hen children are trained into intotable Intotable intotable
table t etiquette they never forget it and andthis qndthis andthis
this t part of daily social life is pleasanter pleasanterin pleasanterIn
in n consequence Eating at best is notfife not notthe notthe
the t most attractive performance performancep 4P p see S8eand seeand seeand
and no effort should be spared to make makeit
it unobjectionable unobjectionableOne
One of the first things that a childshould child childshould childshould
should s be taught is to sit erect at table tableeven tableeen tableeven
even E If f loafing is permitted at othor othortimes othortimes otherlimos
times t The reason reason for it at mealtime mealtimeparticularly mealtimeparticularly mealtimeparticularly
particularly I is obvious when wh sshen n one no notices notices notices ¬
tices t the spotted pinafores of children childrenor
or c coats or waists of adults who do not notpay notpo notpay
pay J po attention enough to this detail and andwho andwho andwho
who if they have the misfortune tospill to tospill tojffi
spill spill jffi a drop from a spoon have it fall fallsquarely taUsquarely fallquarely
squarely s upon themaclves themselves If a particle particledrops particledrops particlerops
drops d j rops from upon the he fork of a person sittingup sitting sittingup sittingup
up t properly it will fall to the plateHead plate plateHead plateI
Head Is Bent BentAnother BentAnother BentAnother
Another trick common common not only on1 to tomany tomany tomany
many children but even to older per persona PQrsona persons ¬
sona S is to eat with one elbow on the thetable thetable thelabia
table t St bringing brln Ing the mouth down to meet meetthe m meetthe t tthf
the food not raising the arm sufficient sufficiently ¬
ly to prevent bending the head This is isawkward isawkwnrd isawkward
awkward and very bad form but it isstonishing is isastonishing IstlStonlshtngho
astonishing tlStonlshtngho a how frequently one sees it itdone Itdone itdone
done d There are no conditions under underwhich underwhich underwhich
which the head should be stooped forfood for forfood torfooI
food it is too much like an animal animalThe animalThe animalThe
The matter of eating bread and butter buttersounds buttersounds buttersounds
a sounds simple but children are allowed allowedto allowedto
to o do it in a shockingly slovenly man ¬
ner They take up a whole slice of ofbread otbreaa ofbread
bread and holding It in the palm of the theleft n
left hand proceed to spread Itwith It with but butter butter ¬ 1 1ter
ter This Is anything but dainty or orgood orgood I Igood
good manners and if Ita a child is to havea have havea ba e
a a slfc + the bread should be cut in two twoand twoand twoand 4
and folded over If a whole slice Is tobe to tobe tobe
be buttered at at once it must be kept onthe on onthe 1
the plate and not held in the hand To Tooat Tooat To Tooat
oat half circles out of a whole slice in isanother inanother l lanother
another breach of etiquette etlq ltte A child childmay chU chUmn childmay
may mn eat from a half slice but a a grown grownperson grownperson grownarson =
person personpiece arson should always break bread piece pieceby pieceby
by piece and never bite from It ItNapkin ItNapkin itNapkin
Napkin Knife and Fork ForkHow ForkHow
How to use u d napkin properly proper Is a athing athinS athing I
thing tftat UJ t shouts be taught to every everyfrhlld everyhlld everyi
frhlld i hlld While the whole square of linen linenis JlnenIs linenis
is not to be covered over over the face at one onetime orl orltlmc orctime
time neither is Just one corner to be beused beused beused
used as one so frequently sees done doneIt doneIt doneIt
It should be pulled pl led from the lap and andraised andraised andraised
raised without seeming to be pulled one onepart onepart onepart
part still resting In the lap but more morethan morcthan morethan
than a corner being used usedManaging usedManaging Fi FiManagInG
Managing a knife and fork is most im important important mlportent ¬
portant Children are not the only onl ones oneswho oneswho I Iwho
who clutch them half way up the hand handles hnn handlea ¬ j
lea so that ends project awkwardly awkwardl from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the back of the hand a position that thatshould th thatshould t I Ishould
should never be tolerated Both imple Implcments implements j jments
ments should be held so the entire han handles handies bandies ¬
dies of euch are in the hands the fingersseveral fingers fingersseveral I
several inches from the base of tae tneforks taeforks 11
forks tines and the forefinger of the theright theright 11 11TI
right TI ht hand placed just where tho blade bladejoins bladejofns bladejoins
joins jofns the handle Elbows are to be held heldclose heldclose heldclose
close to the body without being cramped crampedIn I IIn
In holding a a glass having a n stem stemthe stemthe
the fingers are not to be spread out over overIt overIt overIt
It some of o them touching the bowl of ofthe orthe ofthe
the glass and the others on the stem stemOnly stemOnly
Only the stem should be held and that thatnear thatnear thatnear I
near the base of the bowl so that it itwill 1twill I IwIll
will balance well Three fingers and a j jthumb ithumb jthumb
thumb arc enough to hold it i
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