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Coming up on News 7-
Bedford County authorities surround a house after reports of a shooting.
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Longtime sportscaster Roy Stanley passes away today- we'll take a look back.
Plus what's it take to design an award winning website? Some local high school students know. We'll show you.
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News 7 is next.

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He lit up the room when he walked in- Today that smile is gone- sportscaster Roy Stanley Miller has died.
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[Stanley]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A tough day here at News 7 and around the region.
Veteran sportscaster Roy Stanley passed away early this morning at age 51.
It's somewhat fitting that Roy started work at News 7 on Valentines Day 30 years ago- a sweeter co-worker you really could not find.
Mike Stevens looks back at the life and career of our colleague and friend-
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((NAT SOUND LAUGHTER:)) (( That trademark laugh and his outgoing personality were as much a part of what made Roy Stanley so special as anything else. He was the state of Virginia's dean of sportscasters with more than 30 years of air experience at Your Hometown Station. ((ROY STANLEY:)) The weekends were his place to shine as he anchored the sports each Saturday and Sunday nights for more than two decades. ((NAT SOUND OF ROY:)) Anchoring the sports desk at WDBJ-7 hardly seemed possible when he arrived in Roanoke looking for a job in February of 1972. ((ROY STANLEY:)) The Wytheville native, who attended Scott Memorial before integration, graduated from George Wythe high school in 1969. He was officially hired at WDBJ on Valentines' Day of 1972. He quickly established himself as a strong supporter of sports throughout the valley. And no one knew how to work a room or establish relationships with athletes and coaches like Roy Stanley. ((ROY STANLEY NAT SOUND:)) He won the prestigious Marshal Johnson Award from the Virginia High School coaches association recognizing his outstanding contributions to high school athletics - his true love. ((ROY STANLEY:)) During the 2001 Friday Football Extra season Roy proudly watched a kid whose diapers he once changed earn player of the week honors. ((ROY WITH JERMAINE:)) Roy Stanley was "Old school" and took pride in as he liked to put it "Keeping It Real." He did just that in the year 2000 - when the N Double A CP honored Roy with that year's Image Award. ((ROY STANLEY:)) Family was also extremely important to Roy. He is survived by his wife and two grown children, his dad and a sister.

His extended family here at WDBJ-7 will find it very hard to walk the halls without his boisterous blasts of laughter - the thousands and thousands of viewers who grew up and changed their hair styles right along with Roy Stanley will no doubt also find something missing in their own homes.)) ((ROY STANLEY- NAACP:))
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Roy's anchored his last newscast March 30th- A day later he was admitted to the hospital- where several days later doctors discovered Liver Cancer.
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[Take Roy Info FS]
Roy's family will receive visitors Friday, from 2 until 9, at the Hamlar and Curtis Funeral Home in Roanoke.
On Saturday, the family will receive visitors at the Pilgrim Baptist Church at 12-30. Funeral services begin at the church at 1-30.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Steve Mason will have reaction from local coaches coming up later in sports.


[Bedford-Standoff]


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Officers are surrounding a home in Bedford County at this hour.
They responded to calls of a shooting, but we have no confirmation that anyone's actually been injured.
Deputies have blocked off part of Morgans Mill Road and evacuated at least one neighboring home.
We'll have more information as it becomes available.

[Matricardi]


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[WRITER=mjo]
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The leader of Virginia's Republican party resigned late today after he was indicted on charges of illegally listening in on two Democratic conference calls.
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A Richmond grand jury charged Ed Matricardi with four felony counts of violating Virginia's wiretap laws.
The indictments allege that Matricardi recorded two calls in which Democratic legislators, including the Governor, discussed strategy on the state re-districting case.
Prosecutors say he passed the information to others, who could also be charged.
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((RANDALL JOHNSON, JR./ASST. COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY: THERE'S A CONSPIRACY STATUTE... AND WHENEVER SOMEBODY COMMITS A CERTAIN OFFENSE, WHOMEVER PARTICIPATED IN THE CRIME CAN BE CONSIDERED A CONSPIRATOR.))
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Matricardi and his attorney declined to comment.
He was arraigned and released without bond.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Each count of monitoring a phone call without consent is a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

[County-Supers]


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Authorities in Roanoke County are reporting more progress on the tire fire. They hope to have one portion of the burning dump extinguished by the end of the week.
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[VO-NAT]
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Today, fire officials briefed county supervisors on their efforts.
They say work on the front ravine is moving forward and may be complete in a few days.
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((CHIEF RICK BURCH: THEY BEGAN THE FIRE SUPPRESSION ACTIVITIES LAST THRUSDAY AND IT CONTINUED THROUGH THE WEEKEND AND HAVE MADE VERY GOOD PROGRESS ON THE INITIAL FIRE, THE RAVINE FIRE WE CALL ITRIGHT IN FRONT OF THE PROPERTY. THEY'VE MADE VERY GOOD PROGRESS WITH PULLING THAT APART EXTINGUISHING IT, WITH VERY LITTLE OR NO RUN-OFF.))
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[VO-NAT]


County officials acknowledge that residents have been frustrated by a lack of information. They are working on a website and a government access television program.
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But they also say it will be some time before officials can answer all of their questions including, how much the clean-up is likely to cost county taxpayers.

[Middle-East]


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It is the worst loss for the Israeli army in over a year.
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[VO-NAT]
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13- soldiers were killed when they were ambushed in a refugee camp while looking for Palestinian militants. The camp has repeatedly seen the exchange of gunfire. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon says Israel will not give up on the offensive despite today's bloodshed. Secretary of State Colin Powell does say that Sharon has assured him Israeli forces will be moving out soon.
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((COLIN POWELL/ SECRETARY OF STATE: PRIME MINISTER SHARON HAS REAFFIRMED TO ME YET AGAIN THIS MORNING IN MY CONVERSATION WITH HIM, HIS COMMITMENT TO BRING THIS TO AN END AS QUICK AS HE CAN.))
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[VO-NAT]

Powell is set to meet with Sharon and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat when he arrives in Israel on Thursday. The Bush Administration has made a cease-fire a condition for talks on statehood.
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[Terrorism]


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Prosecutors say an American lawyer helped a blind cleric spread terrorism from his prison cell.
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Federal authorities charged the attorney for Sheik Omar Abdel Rahman and three others- saying they helped him pass messages to his Egypt based terrorist organizaton.
Rahman was convicted for blowing up New York City landmarks- and he was imprisoned under rules- designed to cut off his contacts with the outside world.
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((JOHN ASHCROFT/U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL: TODAY'S INDICTMENT CHARGES FOUR INDIVIDUALS WITH AIDING SHEIK ABDEL RAHMAN IN CONTINUING TO DIRECT TERRORIST ACTIVITIES OF ISLAMIC GROUP FROM HIS PRISON CELL IN THE UNITED STATES.))
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Atorney Lynne Stewart represented Rahman in his New York conspiracy trial. She pleaded not guilty today in New York.
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College students may think drinking is fun- but wait til you hear the latest results of a new study- the lowdown on binge drinking next.
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[VO-NAT]


Plus a statue honors one of the nations founding fathers, but the statue may not even look like man its honoring. Find out why.
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[Sports-preview]


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It's no suprise that college students drink- but a new study is raising concern about the heatlh effects binge drinking has on college students.
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The study by the National Institutes of health reveals that college student drinking leads to some 14-hundred deaths, a half million injuries- and 70 thousand sexual assaults or date rapes each year. [12]
It also finds that binge drinking such as consuming five or more beers in a row- accounts for 70 percent of campus drinking.
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[College-Drinking]


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As Tanya Alan reports, experts say when it comes to binge drinking a hangover should be the last of students worries.
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(( FOR MANY STUDENTS, COLLEGE PROVIDES AS MUCH OF A LESSON IN DRINKING AS THINKING. BOTTOMLEY: "Everyone goes somewhere and drinks. You drink in big groups." PELZMAN: 9-10 drinks a night .. and that's through about a three hour period. BUT THIS FAVORITE UNIVERSITY PASTTIME PROVED TRAGIC FOR JEFF LEVY .. WHO LOST HIS COLLEGE-AGE SON IN A DRUNK-DRIVING ACCIDENT. LEVY: "Witnesses say they were going 85-90 miles an hour when they slammed head-on into another car." NOW A NEW STUDY FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM FINDS SUCH DEATHS ARE MORE COMMON THAN PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT. KINGTON: "We documented that over 1,400 18-24 year old college students die every year, 1-2 million are assaulted and 1-2 million suffer unintentional injuries." COLLEGE PRESIDENTS ALREADY ARE REACTING TO THE NEW STATISTICS .. BY PROVIDING ALCOHOL-FREE EVENTS ON CAMPUS .. AND TEACHING STUDENTS THE BASICS OF ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION. RESNECK: "We've also begun to educate students in a variety of ways about how to recognize alcohol poisoning and what to do about it." THAT'S JUST A START FOR JEFF LEVY, WHO PLANS TO USE THIS REPORT AS AN ADDITIONAL TEACHING TOOL .. WHEN HE SPEAKS ON CAMPUSES ACROSS THE COUNTRY. "I'm standing here right now because my son was killed. I have access and credibility and if I can do something to change this, then it's incumbent on me and I'm compelled to do this." "Colleges will receive copies of these reports. They will use them to help students take a second look at their drinking habits. In Washington, Tanya Alan reporting.))

[Bland-Website]


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A local school is coming out on top in the state for web page design. A class of 20-students at Bland High School beat hundreds of schools for a first place award from the Virginia Society for Technology and Education. New River Valley Bureau Chief Rachel Cannon shows us the internet home of the Rockets.
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((NATS TC 15:22:21 "IF YOU CLICK HERE" You will enter an award winning website. Decked out in Maroon and Gold - it's all you need to know about Bland High School.
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((ROBBIE MOREHEAD/BHS TEACHER; THE WEBSITE IS BASICALLY AN ONLINE YEARBOOK FOR OUR SCHOOL, IT PROVIDE INFORMATION FOR THE SCHOOL AND THE COMMUNITY.))
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Teacher Robbie Morehead heads the class of 20 juniors and seniors who created the site. It's was an assignment in their advanced web design class. Since this is the first year the instruction is being offered...you could say it was a surprise the design took first place in a statewide website competition.
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((ROBBIE MOREHEAD/BHS TEACHER; IT WAS A MAJOR ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR OUR CLASS BECAUSE WE ENTERED JUST TO SORT OF HAVE A COMPARISON POINT FOR OUR SITE TO LOOK AND SEE WHERE WE NEEDED TO BE THEN WE WON THIS AWARD.))
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Senior Corey Maddox has his own ideas why it won. The future computer science major says the site is easy to use and interesting to look at.
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((COREY MADDOX/BHS SENIOR; YOUR NAVIGATION BAR WILL STAND WITH YOU THROUGHOUT THE WHOLE SITE IT NEVER LEAVES AND THE FLASH DESIGNS, FLASH REALLY HELPED US NOBODY ELSE IN VIRGINIA'S GOT THE EASE OF NAVIGATION OR AS MUCH FLASH AS WE DO.))
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Students say it took four to six weeks of trial and error to come up with a final design.
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((WE HAD AN HOUR CLASS EVERYDAY OR OUT OF CLASS I WORKED ON IT A LOT EVERYBODY WORKED ON IT.))
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((A LOT OF TIMES WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA YOU THINK VERY RURAL HILLBILLY MENTALITY AND HERE AT BLAND WERE VERY FORTUNATE TO HAVE PEOPLE WHO HAVE WORKED TO PROVIDE US WITH THE TECHNOLOGY THAT WE NEEDED.))
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Students worked with 5-desktop computers and 16 laptops with wireless internet systems. Rachel Cannon, News 7, Bland County.))
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The Statler Brothers will call it quits in Salem.
Find out when next.
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[VO-NAT]


And a it's no wedding reahearsal... it's a band rehearsal "wedding."
We'll explain.
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[Commercial]

[Mason-Memorial]


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Often forgotten founding father George Mason joined the likes of Washington and Jefferson today.
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Mason became the first individual who was not a president to be honored with a memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D-C.
But the statue may not even look like him.
Because no portraits survived from his time, the sculptor visited a Mason family reunion, looking for common features among descendants.
Mason is credited as a driving force behind the Bill of Rights and the 1776 Virginia Declaration of Rights.
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[Statler-Brothers]


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More than 40 years on the road will come to an end in Salem on October 26th
That's the date of Statler Brothers final farewell tour concert at the Taliaferro Entertainment Center in Salem
Tickets will go on sale April 26th.

[Wedding]


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It was supposed to be a band rehearsal... instead the band director and his fiance will be making beatiful music together.
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About an hour into the Roanoke Valley Community Band's rehearsal tonight, band director Wilbur Grant and his fiance Loretta tied the knot.
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Wilbur Grant said it made sense to get married at the rehearsal because he considers the band his family.
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[S-Roy]


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Mike Stevens worked along side Roy Stanley for 17 years. I only had that privilege for a decade. But one of the most valuable things Roy taught me had nothing to do with work. Roy educated me on his number one passion in life, his family and how important it was to him and to put family first. He taught me not with words of how much he loved his family, but with his actions. We talked with some coaches who were also touched and changed from knowing Roy Stanley.
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[SUPER=01-Charlie Moir/Former VT & Roanoke College Head Coach; :28]
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[SUPER=01-Page Moir/Roanoke College Head Coach; 1:34]
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[OUT Q=...DID THAT FOR ME."]
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[S-AVS]


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The Salem Avalanche played host to Wilmington tonight.
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[SUPER=03-Salem/Blue Rocks vs. Avalanche; :00]


These folks were giving haircuts at Salem Memorial and using the money to raise money for Easter Seals.
The Blue Rocks take the early lead on this shot over third base, that hit is gonna plate David DeJesus from third. 1-nothing.
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The Avalanche evens the count, Brad Hawpe sends the pitch into right center and the hit allows Ronnie Merril to scoot around third and make it home.
Cristian Barroa puts the Avalanche up 3-1 in the bottom of the fifth with this homer to left and Salem wins it 3-2. Now your numbers.
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[S-Tom]


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The College of Charleston, a Southern Conference basketball contender, named former Virginia assistant Tom Herrion as the school's new coach yesterday.
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Herrion has spent the last four seasons at UVa. He Helped the Cavaliers to a 70 and 50 record an NCAA tournament and two NIT appearances. The 34 year old is the 20th head coach of Charleston's men's basketball program. Herrion replaces John Kresse (Kress), who retired March 12th.
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[S-Suggs]


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Former Fleming star Lee Suggs has earned an amazing preseason honor.
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[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :00]


Suggs has accepted an invitation to be a part of the 2002 Playboy All-American team.
Despite missing all of last year he will be flown to Phoenix for a photo shoot, much like his coach was several seasons ago.
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[S-Jarrett]


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The 2002 season has been tough on Dale Jarrett and the UPS Ford team. Jarrett rolls into Martinsville this week 24th in the points race with only one top 10 finish. Jarrett hopes his turn around comes at a track that brought him a victory a year ago.
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Last year Jarrett passed his Yates racing teammate to take home the win. He also stole a peek at some of his teammate's notes before the race.
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Qualifying is Friday afternoon at Martinsville for the Craftsman Trucks and Winston Cup cars.[S-Friend]


[ANCHOR=steve]
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I would like to close out this sports segment on the anchor desk the way I started, the first time I ever sat in this chair, with Roy Stanley helping me.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke; :00]


The first time I anchored sports was a week night about 10 years ago. I was terrified and Mike Stevens asked if Roy Stanley would make sure I made it through. I did, thanks to Roy's encouragement, calmness and kindness. I laughed alot because of your humor and I learned more from you than you will ever know. Thanks for the 10 years Roy, thanks.
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[Stanley-Memorial]


[ANCHOR=Jean]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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As you know Roy Stanley Miller left us this morning. We bid you farewell tonight with a farewell to our friend and colleague.
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