Joseph Gordon Coates: 1878–1943. Farmer, politician, soldier and Prime Minister.

'A statesman of the front rank' who on the battlefield and elsewhere 'proved himself to be of the truest steel – a trusted counsellor, a true friend and comrade, an intrepid leader'.

This biography, written by Michael Bassett,  was first published in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography in 1996.

The Coates brothers, Edward and Thomas, who sailed into the Waitematā Harbour on 19 October 1866 aboard the Winterthur, came from a long-established Herefordshire gentry family. As younger sons of a large family they would not inherit land, but in New Zealand their brother-in-law George Washington Charters had a friend, Francis Hull, who was prepared to buy land which they could farm. On arrival in Auckland the brothers went north. After investigation they found the Unuwhao block of 2,500 acres on the Hukatere peninsula, jutting south into the Kaipara Harbour. Hull bought 2,420 acres of this land on behalf of Charters on 8 June 1867 from its Māori owners for £950, and Edward and Thomas became tenant farmers. In June 1871 they acquired grazing and other rights to a further 10,410 acres.

Thomas Coates married in 1873, then moved east to Kaiwaka in 1886. Edward remained at Hukatere and appeared to be a man of substance. He was soon a justice of the peace and the first president of the North Kaipara Agriculture Association. On 16 May 1877 he married Eleanor Kathleen Aickin. Of Irish birth, she had come to Auckland with her parents in 1859 aboard the Mermaid. Eleanor was well educated, and had attended an exclusive ladies' college in Remuera for several years.

Edward and Eleanor Coates took up residence at a house, Ruatuna, built by Edward on the Hukatere block. On 3 February 1878 their eldest son, Joseph Gordon Coates, was born. There were two further sons, Rodney and William, and four daughters, Eva, Ella, Ada and Nina. Gordon grew into a tall (six-foot), handsome, broad-chested man with auburn hair. He learned to ride a horse when very young – indeed, since there were few roads, horses and the punt on the river were their main means of transport. He rounded up cattle that ran wild down the peninsula, could handle a gun by the time he was a teenager, and loved shooting pheasants, ducks and wild pigs. An early riding accident left him with a swagger to his walk, and a horse's kick disfiguring his upper lip caused him to wear a moustache for the rest of his life.

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Apartments with onsite dog parks in San Jose

Recently I've been looking for apartments around San Jose/Campbell area and was interested in seeing a somewhat comprehensive list of apartments with an on-site dog park, but couldn't find such list. I now have looked through quite a few pet-friendly apartments and made a personal list of those with an on-site dog park that I thought others might be interested in. The list is just at its beginning stage (and are mostly apartments in South/West SJ), if anyone knows of other apartments with this feature please comment and I'll add it to the post

--- San Jose ---

Park Kiely

Fountain Plaza

Monterey Grove

Saybrook Pointe Apartments

The Lex

The Standard

808 West Apartments

Almaden Lake Village

Centerra Apartments

The Pierce

Cannery Park by Windsor + Marquis apartment homes (shared)

Avalon Willow Glen

360 Residences

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The Commons

The Parc at Pruneyard

Avalon Campbell

300 Railway

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Complete list of all 1,217 stock holdings worth $1 Million or more.

*edit - thank you for the reddit gold. I will drink a beer to commemorate the happy occasion.

This is a simplified but expanded version of a table I posted as a comment in the main thread yesterday.

I had to limit it to no decimals or ticker symbols based on Reddit's max of 40,000 characters. So everything is rounded to the nearest million. Nothing below $1M (an additional 418 companies) is listed.

Stock Amt
Apple, Inc. $1005M
Alphabet Inc. $787M
Microsoft Corp. $782M
Intel Corp. $594M
Express Scripts Holding Co. $589M
Johnson & Johnson $560M
Facebook, Inc. $463M
Mednax, Inc. $462M
Amazon.com, Inc. $454M
Celgene Corp. $452M
Snap-On Inc. $405M
Marriott International, Inc. $386M
Wells Fargo & Co. $353M
Visa, Inc. $352M
Enterprise Products Partners L.P. $343M
The Walt Disney Co. $343M
Stryker Corp. $326M
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. $325M
JPMorgan Chase & Co. $312M
Bank of New York Mellon Corp. (The) $311M
Adobe Systems, Inc. $306M
Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. $295M
Chevron Corp. $289M
LKQ Corp. $281M
UnitedHealth Group Inc. $278M
Fastenal Co. $278M
Home Depot, Inc. (The) $259M
Danaher Corp. $255M
Bank of America Corp. $252M
U.S. Bancorp $238M
Applied Materials, Inc. $237M
O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. $229M
Kinder Morgan, Inc. $224M
Abbott Laboratories $221M
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. $220M
MasterCard Incorporated $219M
Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. $216M
Schlumberger Ltd. $215M
TJX Companies, Inc. (The) $209M
Citigroup, Inc. $209M
Union Pacific Corp. $207M
Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. $201M
CME Group, Inc. $193M
American Tower Corp. (REIT) $191M
Nike, Inc. $190M
NextEra Energy, Inc. $183M
Illinois Tool Works, Inc. $178M
Texas Instruments Inc. $177M
Oracle Corp. $177M
Southern Co. (The) $167M
Prologis, Inc. $167M
Zions Bancorporation $166M
Royal Bank of Canada (Montreal, PQ) $165M
Boeing Company (The) $158M
iShares Core S&P 500 ETF $158M
Xilinx, Inc. $154M
Knight-Swift Transportation $154M
Best Buy Co., Inc. $150M
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc. $139M
Valero Energy Corp. $137M
First Republic Bank (San Francisco, California) $135M
Southwest Airlines Co. $134M
Praxair, Inc. $132M
Stericycle, Inc. $131M
Intuitive Surgical, Inc. $123M
Henry Schein, Inc. $122M
PayPal Holdings, Inc. $117M
MSC Industrial Direct Co., Inc. $116M
Exxon Mobil Corp. $116M
EXACT Sciences Corp. $114M

Dow Chemical Co. (The)

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A fantastic list (with reviews) of 82 audio dramas from a seasoned listener if you're looking for something new or just getting started.

See the full list here.

The list starts with shows they really loved, then shows they really liked, then shows they liked.

Use any of these links to open it in your podcast app. Click the down arrow on the podcast's page next to "Latest Episode".

I didn't make this list, so all credit goes to ezygo22, and I'm sure the creators would appreciate more reviews!

Shows that I loved

The Fourth Ambit

Reviews

The Internet has grown into a chaotic conglomeration of full-immersion virtual spaces collectively known as the Ambit. As a tracker, Gilles's job is to navigate his way through this madness. In doing so, however, he becomes immersed in a web of intrigue. There is order behind the seeming chaos - a Second Ambit behind the first. And the revelations don't end there. Behind the chaos, beneath the order there is a Third Ambit. And even a Fourth. Included in the feed are two bonus episodes created by the same group.

The Thrilling Adventure Hour Treasury

Review

A NEW new time podcast in the style of OLD old-time radio, the Thrilling Adventure Hour Treasury marks the triumphant return of Sparks Nevada, Beyond Belief, and all your favorite Thrilling personas to podcast airwaves. Plus brand new Thrilling tales, new guest stars, new writers, and a bold new sound. The Thrilling Adventure Hour Treasury is recorded at Forever Dog studios in Los Angeles and produced/engineered by the Forever Dog Podcast Network. Created by Ben Acker & Ben Blacker. Featuring the WorkJuice Players and your favorite stars from the worlds of television, film, comedy, animation, sketch, and the stage.The original Thrilling Adventure Hour was performed live monthly at M Bar and Largo at the Coronet in Hollywood from March 2005 to April 2015. You'll find several of those original episodes here and you can find the Complete Thrilling Adventure back catalog (plus segment libraries, bonus content, and more) on Patreon at:https://www.patreon.com/thrillingadventurehour

Decoder Ring Theatre

[Reviews](https://www.p

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Pokemon Go friends! Let's help each other.

Please make note of the difference between a Gym and a Pokestop! Pokestops are everywhere and they are locations to collect items. Gyms are locations where you can battle other trainers to take control. These usually have a pokemon on top and will become very large on your screen when you get close

Please give as specific of a location as possible when you list found gyms.

To keep track of gyms easier, use this simple trick. When you see a gym, click on it. When it brings up the gym, there is a picture in the top left corner that when clicked will show a larger picture and often a description of the location. Screenshot this and you will have an easier time remembering the gyms encountered on your Pokemon collection journey.

Pokestops are too numerous to actually list. This would be ridiculously long if we decided to list every one that we found. They also only give items so they are way less consequential.

Gyms found:

Kansas City North, MO

  • North Kansas City Hospital (2800 Clay Edwards Dr, North Kansas City, MO No Specifics Yet)
  • Harrah's Casino (1 Riverboat Dr, North Kansas City, MO Redditor claims it is by the garage but he might also be trying to mug you)
  • Fairview Christian Church (1800 NE 65th St, North Kansas City, MO)
  • Gladstone Community Center (6901 N Holmes St, Gladstone, MO)
  • Trail of Heros (6885 NE Pleasant Valley Rd, Kansas City, MO)
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints temple (7001 Searcy Creek Pkwy, Kansas City, MO)
  • Worlds of Fun (4545 Worlds of Fun Ave, Kansas City, MO Mamba, Patriot, and Prowler)
  • Kansas City International Airport (Two gyms in B terminal - One near Southwest and one near Delta. One gym in C terminal. 2-3 gyms in the economy parking lot)

Gladstone, MO

  • Hyvee (7117 N Prospect Ave, Gladstone, MO)

Liberty, MO

  • Commerce Bank Clock Tower (1 Liberty Bell Cir, Liberty, MO)
  • 54th Street Grill (9251 NE Barry Rd, Kansas City, MO Technically KCMO but really it's Liberty)
  • Doniphan-Hubbell Home (124 N. Main Street)
  • Church Archer Chapel & Funeral Home, (119 E. Franklin Street)
  • Second Baptist Church of Liberty (309 E Franklin St)
  • Fairview Cemetery (Corner of W. Schrader St and S Terrace Ave At the Rhino Monument)

Downtown KCMO

  • Kansas City Hall (414 E 12th St, KCMO)
  • Kansas City Court House (Specific location to come later)
  • Ring of Thinkers (310 W 9th St.)
  • River Market (Metal Sculpture, Metal straw Sculpture, and Waterfront Town to Metropolis are all betwe
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Hell has no fury like a woman scorned

Thousands of waves thundered below our feet as we set sail into the vast, endless blue. I stood at the edge of deck four along with several of the three thousand tourists swarming the boat. They shoved each other around like frenzied penguins, some gulping down nachos, beer, and hot-dogs; while others clustered together for that perfect selfie.

After two flights of stairs and a couple of heavy steel doors, I reached the office. A large sign on top of the rusty frame read ’Service’. I tried to reach the doorknob, but the slab of metal swung open before I could do so.

A gruff of a man walked out of the dimly lit room. He glanced at me from top to bottom. Glare might’ve been a better word to describe it, the kind of glare a dog does when he’s eyeing a piece of meat.

“What?!” he barked.

His eyes glistened with a crimson hue. For a second I thought he carried a live ferret wrapped around his face, but it was just an unruly beard following his thick lips.

“I’m looking for Mr. Landry.” I think I blundered.

He groped his crotch, swallowed what I believe was a booger the size of a baseball, and finally coughed some into his hand.

“You’re looking at him.” he said, offering me his coughed up hand to shake.

I shook it, trying to fight off the urge to heave my breakfast.

“Emilia Meyer,” I said, not being able to look away from the stubby set of moist fingers still clasping my hand.

“Come with me Meyer,” he said while wiping his hand against his jumpsuit, “I got some beef to settle with our captain.”

Following this baboon of a man was probably not my brightest idea, but I knew that this sort of things could happen. It’s just a knack of the trade. I could almost hear Bill badgering me about how I get so easily abused around by my superiors.

We marched through six flights of stairs. The most painful part about the hike was not the steps themselves, but having to watch the tourists slide freely along the many decks with our eight elevators. Since I wasn’t a tourist, I was stuck with the climb.

At the end of the relentless stairway, a much larger and heavier looking steel door towered over us. Mr. Landry scoffed at the ‘crew only’ sign plastered over one of the sides. He pulled the thick, metallic wheel and released two latches clamping the door shut.

He tackled the door in what I can only describe as animalistic bravado. It swung violently, revealing a dozen of people inside the room, all dressed in a white plain shirt and navy blue pants. They were all,

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The most unloved buildings in Buffalo

http://buffalonews.com/2017/11/09/our-readers-speak-the-most-unloved-buildings-in-buffalo/

Our readers speak: The most unloved buildings in Buffalo

By Stephen T. Watson | PublishedNovember 9, 2017 | Updated November 9, 2017

A while back, we published our own list of the most unloved buildings in Buffalo. We included structures that appeared dated, that looked out of place or that only a mother could love.

As we learned from the reader response to the original list, people have strong opinions about Buffalo's architecture and you thought there were a lot of buildings that deserved some unloved.

So we decided to produce another list, but this time we collected nominations through The News' Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

As with the original list, prominent, publicly accessible buildings in downtown Buffalo and structures built in the 1960s and '70s dominate.

  1. Buffalo and Erie County Public Library, Central Library

Opened: 1964

Architects: J.W. Kideney & Associates, Paul Hyde Horbach and Elon B. Clark

It's doubly troubling when an unloved building took the place of one of Buffalo's grand old buildings, as was the case here.

The Central Library replaced the Buffalo Public Library, a Romanesque castle that opened in 1887. That building's roof leaked, it was hot in the summer and cold in the winter, but it had its charms, reports Western New York Heritage magazine. And when crews were tearing it down, members of the public begged the contractor to preserve its gargoyles, according to Chuck LaChiusa's Buffalo Architecture and History site (a fruitful source for this gallery). The demolition company did not, citing the extra cost.

A Buffalo Evening News editorial from October 1964 praises the new Central Library as an example of civic progress and an instrument of public service.

But in many eyes the library's modernist aesthetic hasn't held up well over the years. Even Mary Jean Jakubowski, the library system's director, agrees.

"It was the style of the day," she said.

The building was constructed with high-quality materials, including white Vermont marble and sleek dark granite on the façade, and it was designed in a way to allow for efficient management of its extensive collection of materials.

The building itself is massive, stretching two full blocks and containing 59 miles of shelving. The 400,000-square-foot library has one million volumes in storage alone.

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England before the standstill

14.1.1974

Millions are totally or partially unemployed, London's streets are dark, steel production has dropped to 50 percent. In order to save energy and defeat the unions, the British government imposed a three-day week.

This crowned island, this second Eden, half paradise, this people of blessing, this little world, this jewel, set in the Silver Sea, the blessed spot, this empire, this England.

Shakespeare, King Richard 11.

The Prime Minister promised his people a "radical change," the "total revolution. He wanted to change the "history of this nation -- that, and not less".

Three years and seven months Edward Heath now rules over England, and England has indeed changed -- but how.

"Scorpion" armoured scout vehicles rolled to London Heathrow airport, field-equipped soldiers patrol the Queen's castle park, explosives explode in the centre of London City, one of Madame Tussaud's waxworks cabinets. Ten waxed sailors on the historic warship "Victory" suffered wounds, sea hero Nelson, reassured the director, "remained undamaged".

But neither the bombs of Irish terrorists nor the threats of Arab guerrillas let the world in these weeks "look down on England as if we were a nation destined to commit suicide," wrote the Daily Express. Like lemmings of death, Campbell Adamson, general director of the British industry association CBI, recognized that the English, rational beings, are pushing themselves as fast as they can towards the abyss.

A wage dispute between miners and state mining administrations turned into a showdown between government and trade unions on a seemingly trivial occasion, plunging England into a "new dark age" ("Newsweck"). Coal production had fallen by 40 per cent last week, steel by 50 per cent. Over a million British are already unemployed, over two million are only partially employed -- a fate that threatens more than ten million people in the next few weeks, almost half of all British workers. Each short week costs the British 2.5 billion marks. In order to save coal -- and at the same time drive the conflict with the trade unions to extremes -- the Heath government decided to do an unprecedented feat in the history of industrial society: It prescribed a three-day week for its 56 million people.

The "swinging London" of the 1960s has now become as gloomy as it was in the days of Charles Dickens, its imperial avenues are sparsely lit than the slum streets of former British colonial cities. Candles flicker in the city's offices, s

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Rand Paul on the Constitution Discussion Series: The Abuse of Eminent Domain, Donald Trump and the 5th Amendment Takings Clause - October 25, 2015

#Private Property

Private property has been a building block of western society for millennia. From Locke’s Labor Theory of Property upon which much of Capitalism is based, to the Labor Theory of Value which has influenced communal ownership ideologies, property has formed a central role in the development of the western world. Early in our history, private property became the basis for economic wealth and political freedom. The early case of Corfield v. Coryell affirmed the right “to take, hold and dispose of property, either real or personal.” While the decision of Vanhorne’s Lessee v. Dorrance eloquently states:

> The right of acquiring…property, and having it protected, is one of the natural, inherent, and unalienable rights of man. Men have a sense of property: Property is necessary to their subsistence, and correspondent to their natural wants and desires; its security was one of the objects that induced them to unite in society. No man would become a member of a community, in which he could not enjoy the fruits of his honest labor and industry. The preservation of property then is a primary object of the social compact, and, by the late constitution of Pennsylvania, was made a fundamental law.

A man could effect the government, use property as collateral for business and be given a zone of exclusion to be used for advancing his own purposes. As the availability of property extended beyond white men, so too did prosperity extend to newer groups.

The Constitution has, in many places, clauses protecting private property. The 4th amendment, discussed last week, here, protects us from unwarranted intrusions, the 5th amendment limits the federal government taking property, while the 14th amendment extends these protections to limit the states. The Privileges and Immunities clause, though weakened after the Civil War, was summarized by Campbell v. Morris, stating “one of the great objects [of the clause] was the enabling [of] the citizens of the several States to acquire and hold real property in any of the States.”

#The Takings Clause

This week, we will be discussing the Takings Clause of the 5th Amendment which states:

“…nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation.”

There are two parts of the clause, "public use" and "just compensation." “Public use” may seem ordinary, but legal meanings o

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2014 Preview: Port Adelaide Power

##PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB

/r/weareportadelaide, www.portadelaidefc.com.au

#Established: 1870 (entered AFL in 1997, merged with PAMFC in 2010)

#Home Ground: Adelaide Crowval Oval (from 2014, capacity: 53,500) and Alberton Oval (since 1880, capacity: 15,000)

#Premierships:

  • AFL - 2004 (1)
  • SANFL - 1884, 1890, 1897, 1903, 1906, 1910, 1913, 1914, 1921, 1928, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999 (36)
  • Champions of Australia - 1890, 1910, 1913, 1914 (4)

#Chairman: David Koch #CEO: Keith Thomas #Coach: Ken Hinkley #Assistant Coaches: Shaun Hart (director of coaching), Phil Walsh (midfield manager), Josh Carr (midfield), Tyson Edwards (forwards), Garry "Buddha" Hocking (Port Magpies coach), Matthew Nicks (defense), Stuart Cochrane (development), Aaron Greaves (development/ruck), Darren Burgess (fitness and conditioning)

#Captain: Travis Boak #Vice Captain: Brad Ebert #2013 John Cahill Medalist: Chad Wingard #2013 Leading Goalkicker: Jay Schulz (49)

#2013 Membership: 41,010 (our highest number ever) #2013 Average Attendance: 26,915 (a 35% increase on 2012) #2014 Membership Target: 45-50k #Last Season: 7th - 12 wins, 10 losses, 102.45%

#Club Song: Power To Win #Mascot: Thunda Power

##2014 KITS

HOME JUMPER

AWAY/CLASH JUMPER

ROUND 4 JUMPER VS. BRISBANE (2004 PREMIERSHIP COMMEMORATION)


##2014 LIST DEPTH

TALL FORWARDS:

No. Player Games HGT WGT D.O.B. From
28 Jay Schulz 142 193 95 18.04.85 Woodville-West Torrens (SA)/Richmond
39 Justin Westhoff 134 197 84 01.10.86 Central District (SA)
14 Paul Stewart 77 191 90 10.07.87 Woodville-West Torrens (SA)
11 John Butcher 20 197 90 03.07.91 Gippsland U18 (VIC)
22 Mason Shaw 0 197 90 15.01.94 South Fremantle (WA)
31 Mitch Harvey 0 197 95 17.08.95 North Adelaide (SA)

TALL DEFENDERS:

No.| Player | Games | HGT|WGT|D.O.B.|From ---------|---------|:---------:|:-

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team preview, first draft

19/11. OK people, here's the draft copy so far:

6/1. some more work done.


##PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB

/r/weareportadelaide, www.portadelaidefc.com.au

#Established: 1870 (entered AFL in 1997, merged with PAMFC in 2010)

#Home Ground: Adelaide Crowval Oval (from 2014, capacity: 53,500) and Alberton Oval (since 1880, capacity: 15,000)

#Premierships:

  • AFL - 2004 (1)
  • SANFL - 1884, 1890, 1897, 1903, 1906, 1910, 1913, 1914, 1921, 1928, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999 (36)
  • Champions of Australia - 1890, 1910, 1913, 1914 (4)

#Chairman: David Koch #CEO: Keith Thomas #Coach: Ken Hinkley #Assistant Coaches: Phil Walsh (midfield manager), Josh Carr (midfield), Tyson Edwards (forwards), Garry "Buddha" Hocking (Port Magpies coach), Matthew Nicks (defense), Stuart Cochrane (development), Aaron Greaves (development/ruck), Darren Burgess (fitness and conditioning)

#Captain: Travis Boak #Vice Captain: Brad Ebert #2013 John Cahill Medalist: Chad Wingard #2013 Leading Goalkicker: Jay Schulz (49)

#2013 Membership: 41,010 (our highest number ever) #2013 Average Attendance: 26,915 (a 35% increase on 2012) #2014 Membership Target: 45-50k #Last Season: 7th - 12 wins, 10 losses, 102.45%

#Club Song: Power To Win #Mascot: Thunda Power

##2014 KITS

HOME JUMPER

AWAY/CLASH JUMPER

ROUND 4 JUMPER VS. BRISBANE (2004 PREMIERSHIP COMMEMORATION)


##2014 LIST DEPTH

TALL FORWARDS:

No. Player Games Height (cm) Weight (kgs) D.O.B. From
28 Jay Schulz 142 193 95 18.04.85 Woodville-West Torrens (SA)/Richmond
39 Justin Westhoff 134 197 84 01.10.86 Central District (SA)
14 Paul Stewart 77 191 90 10.07.87 Woodville-West Torrens (SA)
11 John Butcher 20 197 90 03.07.91 Gippsland U18 (VIC)
22 Mason Shaw 0 197 90 15.01.94 South Fremantle (WA)
31 Mitch Harvey 0 197 95 17.08.95 North Adelaide (SA)

TALL DEFENDERS:

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