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THE ALLIANCE -IN HE PENDENT.
FEBRUARY 15 1894
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
JESSCN VU, FIRST QUARTER, INTER
NATIONAL. SERIES, FEB. 18.
af the Lmwi, Gob. s vIU, 18-33 Mem-
ar? Tmw, t3-S0 Colden Text, Cen.
xvUi. t& Caaaaseatary by the Rev. D. M.
Th text f tli la lesson and the title,
"Cod's Judgment on Sodom," are some-
-araat perplexing. The proper t-xt for the
SUe U In the nest chapter, and it seems
feme that a better title for the text aa-
aazoed would be "Abraham's Intercession
Jseftodein." I will not take up the It
M rente by verae, an ia my cuxtom, liut
lating the topic assigned will gather acme
Mpful leaaoua from the wboie story to
A two ck asters xviil and xix.
XVIII, 1-21. The Lord's visit to A bra
lam and communion with him. The lu
aiafoot of the vlnit of the thme heavenly
aaaa, Jekavah Himself and two angels, to
Aambara, bia providing food for them and
Hair eating it under the true la in ninny
wbuiH the only one of the kind In the Mi
Vs. It ia true that in the days of his bu
an&atluQ lie diued in many homes, and
mm after Ilia resurrection did eat with
Hdiaclpla(Ijuke xxlv, 43, 43), but be
ta He became man this U the only In
ataace of aucb intimate fellowship as a
ana with man. It reminds ns of the fid
Jaamhlp that must have been in Krten and
tu;i sta to us the coming days when the
trtimacle of God shall be with men, and
Mw will dwell with them (Kev. xxi, 8).
Sat we have a privilege now, which seems
kale eojoytd by very few, of the constnut
faaarnne aiul fellowship of the 1Oni Jesus
Kr. Hi, 20; John xlv,23; II Cor. vi, 10).
t would only determine to lie wholly
9 and only and always His, pi-Haunting
aar bodies unreservedly aa a living sacrl
Iks, He would certainly accept and fill
Asm temples for HIm glory (Horn, xll, 1,2).
lt Lord's question, Shall I hide from
atarahiim that thing which I dof reminds
a that it ia written, "Surely the Iml
BsJ wiU da nothing, but He revwileth
Hs secret unto His servants, the proph
aaVAinoe ill, 7). And Ills own words
ia John xv, 15, "I have called you fricuds,
-Avail things that I bnva board of my Fa
Ms I have made known unto you," show
aa bow Intimate Ho would like to be
XVIII, 82-113. Abraham's Intercession
Unrfiodont. The angela have pussed on to
aaatnm, and we ahnll muct them In the
Mat section, but now Abraham Is alone
rika tlie lml, and filling his own un
varthiiMwa be yet ventures, though be be
turn dust and ashes ( verse 27), to plead
win the Lord to spare Sodoni. While we
arts far tlie coming of the Lord both
aicateouM and wicked all die and are often
tat en eut of this world in the same dla
assay, cyclone, earthquake, shipwreck,
wbnp or what not, but the upright
Hail have dominion over others in the
aavntng(Pa. xlix, 14). In the truest sense
righteous can never perish (John tii, 1 6).
lit destroying of verse 23 cau only refer
aaSbrir being cut off in the overthrow of
lfcy. 8a Abraham pleads for the sake
fine righteous whom he hopes are to le
Assad tbere that the city may be spared.
Jhrtlilaka then may be 50 and asks and
nsaetves. Fearing there may not be so
wssty, he somes down to 45, then to 40,
Asa 8 and 20 and finally to 10 and re
aaore the aasuraaoe that If there are 10
aJatMua meo In Sodom the city will be
The sequel proves that there was
righteous man to be found (II
. li, T, 8), and while he would pass In
seat of our rturcbos today, perhaps In all,
ansa bis own children bad not much cou
'Siwoe In him. On the power of inter
taarion consider the pleading of Moses
Hsm. xlv, 10, 0), and remombor that
mmm for such as Ix)t the little town of
Siat was spared (xix, 21). On the other
hmd, note that wickedness may become
awgreat that the Intercession of a Moses
srt Samuel may not avail, nor the pres
Mreof a Noah, a Daniel or a Job suffice
to deliver (Jer. xv, 1; Ezek. xiv, 14, 20).
ftarLord Jesus is not represented as in
SsKCiling for sinners (John xvii, 8), though
Braid pray for them at the cross, but 1 lo
livelh to make intercession for Ills
i (Hob. vil, 25). Verse 83 says the Lord
at His way, and Abraham returned to
aa-plnoo. Separated for a little outwardly
las not In heart. What a word that is in
ITheas. iv, 17, which shall be fully true
af all believers soon "forever with the
XIX, 12-23. The rescue of Lot. What a
Bttratit between their ready acceptance of
Jkteuhura's invitation and the angels' pref
aataoe of the street to the house of Lot
fia, 1-8)1 Is tbere anything iu our hearts
.ia Uvea or home or business that would
amke the Lord or the angels desire to slay
aaaaidef la verses 13 to 14 consider how
tasMMifltsat the life of I)t must have been
Hat bla testimony should only cause his
attldren to mock at him. In verses 15, 18,
Bar the earntMtueaa of the angels as they
tome Lot and his wife and daughters by
tm band to hasten tbeir escape. In versos
IS to 2V see Lot's perveraeoeHS and linger
ie and eviileut clinging to Sodom, but
la-was saved for Abraham's aake(vene
B). The angel wont into Sodom; ao we
mm tsm where sinners are if we would
assrb theso. They did not niluoe matters,
Int Bpok vrr plainlv of the coming de
aaactlon. We should speak aa plainly as
at llibie dota of hell and everlasting pun
aaaneut.aud the lake of fire and brimstone,
aa tae wurm that dletb not. The angels
swricil bartt to save a very few, and they
ami penr aprcimeua. Ws cannot (Mttntate
tW value of on soul. If we had only the
4W Tsatanxsit reotwd, we would not think
lac a rtghixoua man. Therefore Judge
jstbing lefirs th time until the 1orvl
mmm 1 1 Cvr. If, &V
XIX, V4-8D. The Judgment upon Sod
isa The Ltwd Jesus believed that fir
wi brinuttaik rata from heaven and d
aaatyed Sodom and ait her pU and that
ist'awifa bcam a pillar u( salt (Luke
ad, l, lie alM brlievml that there
ana a U!ur Itt the days of Nh and
Vat Jotiae aa three days and nights la
mm Mlyef a fl-h il.uke tvil, I; AUih.
mt I We should have uo fellowhlp
sab Ibex a bn tbtuk tfcty are Uv tUou
Aaua aa4 temJk tht thesa tbUt are tu4
tsse,Ul. UJuta U. II). lathe
ama rfvm4 la l (Aike svll our Lord
-gktsily teaboa that whoa lie ttlt
Iwt la Ilia t luff Hie enkditUMM if stTilr
a sank sh.l i staviH aa tbtgf wrra be
tasa the dlinf and In hi-tu. U l ai
tavitl; tauKbi that a Neali wa iMf Is
at ark twfwrw Iba iMafe iut ls4 eit uf
mkm bef re U Pr, lUkabwul if Jrl
to befee aMrulM. a aU iru b
Jmks aball ae wlta lae avfira he
aUI te rvetal la 3aHtitg lira (Us.
to. It ImU ti, H IUt, lit, tuik
la wr 7 T unUIf Abmaad4)
Hmm la a aM Mluwkla
4d Jbuvab at 1 !. tam u
awit aita tUl al la Ui aa4 Ufi mk
taH t hV a Ma M4 to 9mm pa
HOW TO MAKE RUGS.
Tbree tfethads of Fashioning Cheap Ar
tleta. Cot th carpeting, after it baa been
thoroi ghly cleaned and dried, into nar
row t trips across the width. Tbree
fonrtba of an inch is the right width.
Then draw the strips through the hands
a few times to fray the edges somewhat.
They are then sewed together by join
ing the selvages in a strong overcast
stitch and wound into balls the same as
all carpet rags are when prepared for
In this second method the strips are
cot lengthwise of the width, the same
size as the other, and then fringed a
quarter of an inch on each side. Thus
a fine nap is formed when the rug is
woven, but when we consider the waste
of good material and the tedions work
necessary we conclude that it does not
pay. In sewing these strips together
care must be exercised in lapping the
ends neatly, so that they will not show
when the rug is woven. Then form into
Tbe third method of making rngs of
this material may recommend itself to
some, as it does not need sending to tbe
weaver, bnt instead brings into requisi
tion tbe sewing machine. The strips
are cnt lengthwise the width and a lit
tle wider than in tbe other methods j
tney are then fringed on each and stitch
ed through the center on stout cloth, the
size of tbe rug yon wish to make. In
order to look nice and wear well, tbe
strips must be sewed very closely to
gether. Some think it easier to fringe
the edges after tbe strips are sewed in
place than before.
These nigs need a fringe 8 or 6 inches
in width for each end in order to give
them a finished appearance.
How to Mnko Corned Deef Ilsah.
A pint of cooked corned beef chopped
fine, a pint of cold boiled potatoes
chopped fine, a tablcspoonful of butter,
teaspoonful of onion juice, a cup of
stock or water, 8 daHbesof pepper. Mix
the meat and potatoes together; pat
them in a frying pan, add tho stock,
butter, onion juice and pepper; Htir con
stantly until it boils. Serve on butter
How to Care For Canaries.
Keep tho canary scrupulously cloun.
The cage should be strewn every morn
ing with clean sand or fine gravel.
Fresh water must be given every day,
both for drinking and buthing the lat
ter being in a shallow vessel and daring
tbe molting season a small bit of iron
should be put in the water for drink
ing. The food should consist princi
pally of summer rape seed that is, of
those small blown rape seeds which are
obtained from plants sown in the spring
and which ripen daring tbi summer.
A little chickweed in spring, lettace
leaves in summer and endive in aa-
tumnr with slices of sweet apple in
winter, may be safely given, bat bread
and sugar ought to bo generally avoid
ed. Occasionally a few poppy or cana
ry seeds, and a small quantity of brais
ed bempseed may be added, but the last
very sparingly. During tbe winter the
cage should never be hang in a room
without a fire, bat even then, when the
air is mild and the sun shines bright,
have the window open. The cage should
never bo loss than 8 inches in diameter
and a foot high, with perches at differ
How to Make Flannel Cakes.
Twelve ounces of flour, a quart of
milk, 8 eggs, 2 teuspoonfuls of bak
ing powder, one-half tenspoonful of
salt. Mix the buking powder, salt and
flour together, stirring in as much of
the milk as will make a still batter.
Beat it smooth, adding the remainder
of the milk and the eggs, well beaten.
Bake on a griddle.
How to Disinfect a House.
One of the commonest household dis
infectants is crude carbolic acid, which
consists of a mixture of pure carbolic
and cresylio acids, and is of a reddish
brown color. Its strong, tarlike odor
renders it a not disagreeable deodorant,
but its insolubility in ordinary water,
which is in inverse ratio to the amount
of creaylic acid present, is, in a sense,
a considerable drawback. It mixes, how
ever, much more freely with hot water,
and for all practical purposes the solu
tion thus produced is sufficiently useful.
Patients in some cases object to the
smell, and some other disinfectant is to
be resorted to. Its inexpuutilveness ren
ders it acceptable in public institutions,
offices, railway stations. A refined prep
aration known as crystalline carbolic
acid is more expensive, but of much
dor esKv application it mixes readily
with warm watir, so that a saturated
solution ia readily made.
Haw to Hake a Illy Tell Casa.
Cut strip of either white or blue
linen 10 inches long by 14 wide and
fold it exactly in half. On the side that
lies oppeimotit einbroidar with Turkish
fluss. In tbe color that best suits the lin
en. Pnw the work carefully, fold the
Ilium again and mark scallop round all
the !?, Work the ends through with
thickness1 of cloth, but let tbe two
long ends t scalloped each by its' If so
as to f.mn the cpming through which
to admit the veils. Cut the ed with
harp arisaora, that they may show no
carvlwm rtnlt if thraL and when yon
Bavtf again pr4 tb linen th cum
will Im cuinpMa.
II la fclt lie t'asks.
Orrce and dlU'Vi slioal-4 b young,
IVth should tA' whlK sv ft fatijrel'
luw frvt aed ndr wing. Tl wind.
Hi hul.l I t tUlW, braakiuf easily
when -ral with lh latiuh and ha
fr. ll I and latn i usually easily
d'BtDBuWb Twt staika av
UWk, ylKaia tot, with U4 4a
Bat ftrl it a rvd.lkh 1 1 int. To
back U dUbj(uUbAt trvtut lh ihrt
ty tk fialh. J Ut kud U4ng b.rt
4 aMiuulit, and the Ihn4 n4 a k t!
tap iaaUat ruU r. Th Mil la ett'i re
ly .riUa l!A!k, kiU ttot af tft 14
fc4 it (Jul! Ut,
Ka. tS. Osogrmphlcal Enigma.
13-38-13-31-C7 is one of tbe planets.
14- 17-22-24-33 Is one of the United States.
44- 36-54-l-Co-35-4O-10- ia on of the
4-30-39-37-41-4) Is a county In Mississippi.
64-30-29-46-10 Is an isle in the Atlantis
83- 15-42-51-47-3 is a city in Australia.
84- 49-25-6-13-8-56 is a province in Europe.
45- 23-51 is a river in Europe,
7-48-35-65-GO are ialands in tbe Atlantis
-28-53-19-2043-U-53-19 is a town ia Ice
land. 14-30-21-2-51 is a county in Washington.
22-43-51-U-2&-13-18 is a city In Massachu
setts. 63-20 -26-1SM8 is the capital of one of tbt
Whole, of 56 letters. Is a part of Moore's
poem, "Lalla Rookh."
Me. 19. Illustrated Numerical.
13.1722.19 15 1210.11.20 8.
18.104.22.168 1.24 2a
No. SO. Positive and Comparative.
Example An article of food and a cat
penter's tool. Answer Ham, hammer.
1. A young person and a means of ascent
2. To discolor and a man of a certain oc
cupation. 8. A cover for windows and a cover foi
4. To chafe and an article brought from
6. A song and a perfume.
0. A charm and a school book.
7. A kind of food and a relative.
8. A kind of medicine and a support.
No. SI. Rhomboids. ,
Across 1. A walk in a church. 2. Trans
parent drops of fluid matter. 8. Weary. 4.
Pertaining to dew. 5. A kind of rampart.
Down 1. A letter. 2. A pronoun. &
Stationed. 4. The couch of a wild beast 5.
A mistake. 6. Withered. 7. Father. 6.
An exclamation. 9. A letter.
Across 1. A genus of sea animals. 2.
Acting in revolt. 8. Tbe evil one. 4 Pur
port. 6. To resist.
Down 1. A letter. 2. A conjunction. 8.
A color. 4. To encourage. 6. A bar foi
raising weights. 8. The twelfth of an inch.
7. To cut short. 8. A musical note. 9. A
No. a. In the Fanner's Field.
Farmer Brooks' fence was getting a trlfli
weak in places, but he was in baste tc
finish his hoeing, so neglected the fence,
hoping it would be all right until after hay
ing, when he would have more time to at
tend to it. One morning, however, he found
the fence broken down, and in one of hit
mowing fields be found the following:
1. A great pile of bay.
2. An animal mother.
5. A cupola.
7. A kind of drink.
8. A poem.
9. A woman.
No, S3. Anagram In Rhysae.
Come to this quiet, peaceful nook,
Where pious men, with sacred book.
Will point to earth, and then above
The Minxes here, but there, true love.
No. 84. Questions on the "Ologles."
1. I have Rpcnt some years in studying
the mountain peaks and chains of th
earth aud have become au acknowledged
authority thereon. Name this science ia
which I excel."
2. I am a physician and have during tht
last 10 years studied closely the structure
aud diseases of the skin, hoping to obtain
the profesHorship of what science?
8. I spent lust year in Europe looking up
ancient ruins and relics. What is the nam
of my favorite science?
4. I am especially inclined to that science
whose name was first used by Herbert
6. While I was pursuing my college
course, lielng particularly interested in tu
study of tbe doctrine of tbe structure of tht
human body, what was my favorite "ol
ft. I recently purchased at a bookstore .
valuable book on that part of physiology
which treats of life In general or of its tlif
furent forces. How shall I catalogue this
T. What ia that science which relates te
the smallest of mlcrosoopio organisms
which are active axuU lu IruiiiUUtUi?
What Makes the Tide,
Be many aWlps art making- knots
All through tits wxkui akta,
Of euume U w rt tied sp kita,
And that's what aiakw tae tide.
Key ta tb fasstor,
Ke UUld'.e: Uuoytui bunlim.
Na. It. Kevenal I. hioop, potJs. 1
Grab, burg. B. Net. ten. 4. Tar, rat. S.
Ibwm, Mow. 0. Dray, yard. T. lUil, liar.
No, 11 A IliwectUmt Itaks, Cake, reel,
real, leek, aieal, tl, keel, erwk, tacit, lake
Ne, 13.-Wont rkjuarvai
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FUNAS COUNTY HERD
BIG BERK HOGS
ThMy Ave ow ored for spring farrow, four
males of J one farrow ana a lew fall pigs at
prices to salt the times.
Beaver City, Neb
Proprietor of the
Sontli AIMn Ponltry Yard
ban takrn more prrmlnms on
poultry tban soy oiber brrader
in Koone Co.. Neb. Knclose
aiampforrvplyif yon want a
H Kd Kowl or t-KKS.
Al t 1 1 ICB r,j
Srln Suldasa, w Urmw. raw tMr aim,
Cuk Dramn, Vms Shu, Sto, kHllo, Hmw SlIK,
Utter r.iia. taAHmmt, Trulu, Harlatten,
Vnm Kt.xU, V.,, HmIu, tk, )r1lls KmS flmmZ
" CW BIIU, UlhM, Imkn.talM.
tan Mirllm, Hmid tmwU, tmrf. SmM,nirr Vf,
fa.idiif Sa Ilia, WriMtm, RaM,Hs SUailNlsIn,
rala !, Cn hn, IMUra, TmK, Kit km.
UV Stork, ClnaUr, aallrMd, lUtrn tMlW W ALUL
SU Imr m aubwn mmI kn u mn Inm,
Ul . 4Bmn St., CBI0A0O SOILS CO, 0asra, nt-
Plesi Hifiitnii Tb Alliantv-ludi-pi-uUeut
ence ci men
I U CRINDERSr
asW ' VJ " WU1 staks Farmsr Happ
J4ad(res of nutmsm Uian stir
--oUir mill. Orlods eaiHxirn.
ats Oats, mo Hue enough far
tortt. . " iwimw. wamuiuxinoi
i.SSr .We warrant tlie PKEKLKW to he the
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Allen Root, W. C. Alltn.
State Stock Agent Nebraska Stale - Catae Salesman.
ornci and riNAuiL maagm.
Allen Root & Company,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Boom 220, ExcbaDge Building-'
First Nationsl Ban- of Oinaba.
'ommrcial National Haak, Omaha.
V. . Yds Nattooal bank. Soatb Omaha,
Neb. Bavlnga & i.xcbanite Bank. Omaha,
central City Bank. On'ral City. Neh..
Offer at Public Auction on WEONESDAY. FEBRUARY 21. 1894.
lOO flead pojapd Ghipa Hogs
from their areat he'd This ofTerinff Is of th same blood and Individual tnerH as onr offering
on the 6 b ( cecemtr, 1893. wb-n we made tbe best average on IU0 oead made la 1(93. This
offerlr g 1 tbe gr .f Van Wert Boya't. Tecnmseh 1., Vo -ng Seldom, Hihb.ip s Ouraln aad
Eiecilouter. ana bred to Van ert. Royalty Yoonn Seldom and Eletil .neer. Failles from a
dUtanCM 111 be m t at W-fitni Normal Oollt-fre an I conveyed to and from pla e of sale. (Tbe
propiletors of the college will b pleased to have you Inspect their great s-b'ioi).
tend for cattl- gue that is now ready which will convince you that mid cjaslgament Is
one of the tMMt of tils Tear.
COL. F M WOODS, auctioneer.
MV h rses won more honors than any Importer's In America at tbe followlsg fairs:
in 8m! alri: ? Moines; Nebrassa Siaie Fair. Llncolo: and the KansHS (Mty Fai',
1893. My Black Pen-heron stallion, Jeannot, and my Belalan sullion. Sstnpcon. never
1 M ' sulliini. mares ai.d cults wui the ..inc. at
to take first premium and sweeratatm. ivr all
K!fS?i.-lTi to1 aa (lor8 ' ", ' lhe " City Farm, Creston, Iowa. Telepaeoe to 'him. i
oue mile dlxtaul. New lioportutlon Just received. '
Winners iu past live years.
T hey -Were Wippers of 527 Prizes.
IAMS Is the onlv Importer In Nebraska that Imported his Percherons ir the past thre- y ars brim France
and the Urg-est importer of Olvdi s and Shires, a.i.1. BL4CKS. lams' hor-es won six swetake
prizesal Nebraska tnU Kairof 1891, and l-ims is the onlv i"an of Nebraska that isentitled to theaaat
-fS WEEPST A KES STUD-J
IA GUAR A S IHKS to .hour you the l.arirt collection of Rt? Pl.ASHV O-tArr H )R8BS
of the various hree.U of tha BBS T I V ! V1DU ViMKRU'AiD ROVAL KHrlrDIVU. St SysarsoMt
irVoUi.Kweihta'idt LtlANCE PttlClH AMU TERMS, one.twoaid three years rjmeatj
aer cent interest or ch-viperihananv live importer, or pay your fare to see them, and Urn av the freight.
Mors State Prize "vMne's Th3n Al Nebraska Importers.
tenn SiV i) by hiiyiuir a winner of lams. My
Write IAMS. St, Paul is on the B. 4 M., and U. P.
FOR SALE I
The be,-t becau e tbe most slmpl
few m nutt-s' attention a day
will keep It ruunltiK- Most
ecim-itnlcal- guaranteed cost of
niiinln l one cent per horee
power per bour. Address,
Web-r6as& Gasoline Engine Co., Kansas
IS NOW used by all the principal feeders
of itock, aod ii bettrtr apprciitel as its
merits becomi kaovv-n. It is md for stock
of all kiuds, aud you eana t afford to feed
stock for market without it. There ia
nothing that assists so much in fattening as
THIS MEAL, and you have only to use it i.
to be convinced. ONE POUND ISltkB
FOITALTOaftM OF fJORV lnf n I,
mm m -a aa - . -- a wvaweva
a a . . aa. I a
bagi 01 IUUIDs eaca. I'nce,
1 0 lt)s. If your d. aler does not
1 a a
ordei and we wui ship promptly.
Woodman Linseed Oil Works, Omaha.
PIO FORCEPS. FARMERS iKJVS?"'
IOTA TEED 8TIAMER
Glveo awav If It doe
aut aave t cost la one
If artla h Moms; K'ff
OampaBj, Umaha, Neb.
a nvt tiiiK rowm
o Electric Motor
V. ba auld
old mm ,
Cflraar Ilia 4 U ia., Umcvln, Nil
Gkobge S. Bbowx,
Bef Salesmai f
SoUih Omaha, fieh.
(7Before shipping ask us for condition of
Market and Prices.
J. F. BISHOP A SONS.
WILSON, Won, Iowa.
Shire, Belgian and Coach Horvj
v.W ," .' 37.
I A Qf;
JsV 1 sVl V M KmJf
mporter pd Breeder
Clydes and Shires.
IAMS' "Hnrse Show" at the ;reat St. Louis,
(aisas and Nebraska State Fairs ot iSax. s.i oth-
ed his competitors.
hev won the irrand 1 200 herd artxe "For Best
lerd 01 Urail rlores ' anu i)r everv Fern " " '
tratt horse or mare snow1 at the warld't 1
ffcDraska Bute Fair ever Nebraska W"arhW
prize winners all tur sale, uos Kxaraatee, every
St. Paul. Neb,
OR WILL TRADE FOR SOME GOOD
I have a lot of exrerent Rood pure bred (recorde-) stallions snd 1
mares, b"tn Pun-herons and English Shir Also lmpor-ed and
American bred Bieilan.i Ponies. This stok is of our own Importa
tions and rali-lng, clean, healthy and all rWbt e will sell ese ani
mal or all, as th- entire stock mut be dlHpo.ed of. ear a Met and
descrlp Ion address, A v. HUuclVN,
The Importing Draft Borse Oompany.
LIN OLN. NEB,
4a.aV U If
keep it send us draft or monev
w v MvUVI
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