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Next on News 7-
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Frustrated parents speak out after bomb threats and rumors- The latest as schools try to figure out what to do.
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A Pittsylvania County killer is put to death. We'll have a report from Jarratt.
And all she wants to do is have some fun- Sheryl Crow sings at Tech.
News 7 is next.
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((YOU'RE BLAMING IT ON THE MEDIA. WE HAVE TO TAKE A STAND AS PARENTS.))
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Angry parents react to a rash of bomb threats and rumors of school violence at a meeting tonight.
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School security was on the minds of several parents and school board members this evening in Roanoke County.
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Stacey Martin was at the county's school board meeting tonight and is live in our newsroom with more.
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Jean--One of several bomb threats at area schools today led officials to evacuate Northside Middle School in Roanoke County.
And, tonight several parents voiced their complaints and concerns.
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((YOU KEEP ON SAYING THE SAME THING. ARE YOU GOING TO TELL ME MY DAUGHTER IS DEAD NEXT WEEK THAT IT WAS A HOAX THAT I HAD TO BURY HER IN A WEEK?))
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It was the same story-- parent after parent said their children were scared to go to school.
Scared due to threats or rumors of violence.
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((DEBBIE SHOCKLEY/PARENT: THEY FEEL WHAT IS GOING ON AT EVERYONE OF THESE HIGH SCHOOLS WHERE THESE TRAGEDIES ARE HAPPENING AND WE ARE SO LUCKY THAT IT HAS NOT HAPPENED HERE YET. THERE IS A CHANCE THAT IT COULD HAPPEN THERE ARE SOME VERY SICK CHILDREN OUT THERE.))
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((CONNIE MILLER/PARENT:THE KIDS THAT ARE TRULY SCARED SOMEONE TO TALK TO ABOUT THESE ISSUES SOMEONE THAT THEY CAN GO TO AND SAY I'M AFRAID.))
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Several school officials targeted the media, blaming it for the negative impact of images from Littleton, Colorado.
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((DEANNA GORDON/ROANOKE COUNTY SCHOOL'S SUPERINTENDENT:I'M NOT ABLE TO JUDGE THE MOTIVATIONS OF THOSE IN MEDIA BUT WE ALL KNOW THAT THEY WERE PLAYED LITERALLY 24 HOURS A DAY SO THAT IF YOU DIDN'T GET IT GROUND INTO YOU THE HORROR OF THE SITUATION IT WAS PLAYED OVER AND OVER AGAIN.))
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The Superintendent later offered a more tempered approach--and stressed the need to combat the growing fear.
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((DEANNA GORDON/ROANOKE COUNTY SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT: WE CAN'T LIE TO CHILDREN. THEY'LL IMMEDIATELY KNOW IF WE TRY TO GIVE THEM FALSE PROMISES. I'M NOT SAYING THAT BUT THERE ARE ALSO REASONABLE LEVELS OF FEAR AND SOMEWHERE IN THESE NEXT FEW DAYS WE'VE GOT TO GET BACK TO THAT.))
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Gordon reminded parents of a letter that went home today indicating a police officer will be posted in each high school and junior high school beginning tomorrow. ))
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The superintendent also suggested setting up a broad-based citizens committee --
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to talk about long-range efforts to ensure students' safety.
Jean?..

[School-Threat]


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Earlier in the day school administrators devoted their time to calming student fears.
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At Hidden Valley Junior High, the principal held a series of assemblies.
He told students their school is safe.
And he said there's absolutely no truth to the rumor that there's a website threatening disaster at the school.
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((DAVID BLEVINS: SINCE TUESDAY WE HAVE HAD SEVERAL STUDENTS SEARCHING FOR THAT WEBSITE THAT ARE VERY COMPUTER LITERATE PEOPLE. WE HAVE HAD A SYSTEMS ENGINEER WITH GE LOOKING FOR IT WHO'S A PARENT AND SAID THEY WOULD SEE IF THEY COULD FIND IT AND THEY CAN'T FIND ANYTHING AND THE REASON THEY CAN'T FIND IS, I BELIEVE, BECAUSE IT'S NOT THERE.))
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Administrators say any student caught spreading those rumors will suffer severe consequences.
Two Roanoke County students already have been arrested.
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[Pitts-School]


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A Gretna High School student is in jail tonight, following a fake bomb threat that forced students to evacuate this morning.
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Pittsylvania County police arrested 18-year-old Robert Desaay ("Duh-SAY") Davis in connection with the bomb threat. It was called in from a payphone inside the school early this morning.
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Davis is being held without bond at the Pittsylvania County Jail. Police say they expect to arrest two other students in connection with the same bomb threat.
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((MAJOR GARY GOODSON/PITTSYLVANIA CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT.: WE WOULD LIKE TO SEND A VERY STRONG MESSAGE THAT WE WILL NOT TOLERATE BOMB THREATS IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY AND THAT IT WHOWS WITH THIS INDIVIDUAL AND THE OTHER INDIVIDUALS THAT THEY WILL BE PLACED IN JAIL WITH NO BOND UNTIL THEY CAN BE BROUGHT BEFORE THE JUDGE.))
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No explosives were found, but police say there will be officers at the school again tomorrow.
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In Roanoke a seventh- grader was arrested for an incident that prompted officials to evacuate Woodrow Wilson Middle school on Monday.
The 13-year old student is charged with placing a device in the boys room that may have been designed to look like a bomb.
It was actually a couple of batteries wrapped in duct tape.
The arrest was made yesterday, based on information provided by other students at Woodrow Wilson.
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[Media-Coverage]


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As you've heard tonight, some are questioning the role the media should play when rumors of bomb threats and Internet hit lists run rampant at schools. Under normal circumstances we would not report bomb threats unless there actually is a bomb. But media expert Wat Hopkins says in the wake of last week's shooting, the media has a responsibility to come out and say that the rumors are false.
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[02:24:18] ((WAT HOPKINS/VA TECH COMMUNICATIONS PROFESSOR: SO IF YOU'VE GOT A SITUATION IN WHICH A NUMBER OF RUMORS ARE BEING DISSEMINATED, I THINK YOU'VE GOT A RESPONSIBILITY TO SAY, WAIT A MINUTE, THESE THINGS AREN'T HAPPENING.))
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Hopkins says, however, that until the country returns to a state of normalcy, we should remind viewers that sometimes "no news is good news."

[Columbine]


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Now the latest on the story that sparked the fear sweeping the nation's schools.
Authorities say they know who supplied an illegal handgun used in the Columbine School Shootings-
Bobbi Harley has more.
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(( MARK PAUTLER, JEFFERSON CO.DA'S office: We still have some leads ...but many things in this case are still up in the air. OFFICIALS ONCE AGAIN BACKED AWAY FROM PUBLIC COMMENTS IN THE CASE. A SHERIFF DEPARTMENT'S SPOKESPERSON HAS TOLD CBS NEWS THAT A MAN WHO WORKED AT A PIZZA PARLOR WITH ERIC HARRIS AND DYLAN KLEBOLD SOLD THEM THE ILLEGAL, SEMI-AUTOMATIC HANDGUN USED IN THE KILLINGS. BUT NOW THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY'S OFFICE IS REFUSING TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT HE IS EVEN A SUSPECT, SAYING THE MAN IS JUST ONE OF MANY WITNESSES.
PAULTER: I have been a prosecutor for 20 years, and my experience is it's not a good idea to release information about people you are planning to arrest. MEANWHILE, THE FINAL FUNERAL WAS THE LARGEST -- THOUSANDS TURNING OUT FOR SOME GOSPEL AND GOOD-BYES AS COLUMBINE SENIOR ISAIAH SHOELS WAS REMEMBERED. WITNESSES SAY THE GUNMEN KILLED THE FOOTBALL PLAYER FOR ONE REASON: BECAUSE OF HIS RACE. BOBBI HARLEY CBS NEWS, LITTLETON COLORADO.))

[Toss-2-Robin] Jean tosses to Robin in the Chromakey

[Yeatts]


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Virginia has put Ronald Dale Yeatts (Yates) to death.
Yeatts killed and robbed an elderly Pittsylvania County woman in her home ten years ago.
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Elen Qualls is at Greensville Correctional Center tonight with more.
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[Kosovo]


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NATO's air assault on Yugoslavia- tonight hit communication and transportation links.
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Five missiles reportedly struck near the airport in the Kosovo capital of (Presh- teena) Pristina.
NATO officials say the attacks are being felt- Yugoslavia is now rationing oil to 20 liters a month- in order to continue operations.
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((JAMIE SHEA/NATO SPOKESMAN: YOU CAN'T GO VERY FAR ON 20 LITERS A MONTH SO I THINK IT'S A SIGN THAT IT'S BEGINNING TO HIT HOME.))
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On the diplomatic front, Russian Envoy Viktor Chernomyrdin is on his way to Belgrade with a proposal for ending the crisis.
In Washington, a house committee has voted to approve 12 million dollars to pay for the Yugoslav conflict- double what the President asked for.
The measure must still go before the full house and Senate.
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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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Coming up on News 7, Planned Parenthood is offering more choices under one roof for women facing unwanted pregnancy.
And a rock star comes to Blacksburg.
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Highlights from Sheryl Crow's Virginia Tech gig, when we return.
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((Hey guys this is Mike Stevens back in the sports office with news of a little recoginition for the Glenvar hoops. We'll also check in today's RVD softball showdown.
Billy Wagner brings the heat, Earnhardt reminisces as he turns 48 today.
And Steve Mason is in the house with Roundhouse Wraup.
It's all coming up on News 7 sports.))
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[Sheryl-Crow]


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She's been a school teacher and back-up singer to Michael Jackson.
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Now Sheryl Crow is a Grammy-award-winning rocker who's sold millions of records.
Tonight she brought her talent to Blacksburg.
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A packed house turned out for Crow's performance at Burruss Hall.
Some of her hits include "My Favorite Mistake", "Every Day is a Winding Road", and "All I Wanna Do" - written by a Hollins University graduate student.
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Crow is on a 32-city tour to promote her latest album "The Globe Sessions".
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Planned Parenthood and the Children's Home Society of Virginia are joining forces to offer pregnant women more options.
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Together they are going to offer adoption services at Planned Parenthood medical clinics.
This is the only formal relationship of its kind in the United States where adoption and abortion services will be available under one roof.
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(PETER PUFKI/DIR. CHILDREN HOME SOCIETY:I SEE THIS AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A WOMEN TO GO TO ONE PLACE AND HAVE AN OPPORTU

NITY TO MAKE A RESPONSIBLE CHOICE. THIS IS HER CHANCE, IF SHE HAS ANY HESITATIONS AT ALL, TO CONSIDER A LOT OF OPTIONS AT ONE STOP.)
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Adoption services will be available at the Roanoke Planned Parenthood beginning May 6 and expand to the Blacksburg center this summer.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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When News 7 at 11 returns -
It's something no one ever expects to happen.
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A medical test tells you don't have cancer- when really you do.
It happened at one hospital for 19 patients. We'll have the story when we come back.
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[Prostate-Cancer]


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A Massachusetts hospital admitted it misread cancer biopsies for two years- 19 men were told they did not have prostate cancer when really they did.
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((DR. LINDA SHYAVITZ/STURY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL: WE REVIEWED 279 CASES AND OF THOSE WE FOUND 20 IN ERROR.))
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Officials from Sturdy memorial Hospital said the biopsies were performed between 1995 and 1997.
The two pathologists who mis-read the exams are no longer with the hospital.
The error was caught when another doctor rechecked one of the negative test results-
The hospital then looked back at all the tests - and found 20 in error.
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((WE HAVE NO REASON TO BELIEVE ANY OF THE OTHERS ARE INACCURATE.))
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Even so hospital officials are sending 15 thousand other biopsies done during that time to an independent reviewer for another look.



[Lake-Water]


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It took a group of 23 experts and lake residents eight months to decide what one woman figured out last summer -- Smith Mountain Lake needs a full-time professional to check the water quality.
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The Water Quality Task Force issued a report saying the lake must be monitored regularly for debris, silt and animal waste.
They say volunteers are NOT enough -- a professional should be paid to do these jobs.
But when Hilde Hussa, who directs the lake's policy advisory board, suggested this idea last summer, business leaders said she gave the lake a bad image and should be fired.
Hussa is NOT on this water quality task force.
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High school softball highlights, recognition for the Glenvar state champs, high heat frfom Billy Wagner, hard words from Bobby Hamilton and Roundhouse Wrapup are all coming up.
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First in tonight's Extra Point, the Washington Wizards of the NBA have spoken to Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim about their coaching vacancy.
Boeheim has said he would like to someday coach in the NBA.
Now the scores.
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[S-Cave]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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There was a big showdown in Roanoke Valley District softball race over at Darrell Shell field yesterday.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co./Franklin Co. vs. Cave Spring; :]


The Lady Knights of Cave Spring came in 6 and 0 in the RVD hosting rival Franklin County.
And the Knights would take the advantage in the bottom of the first. Nikki Childress hits a shot to third she's thrown out at first but Dawn Williams beats the throw home and Cave Spring led 1 to nothing.
The Lady Eagles would rally with the score tied 2 to 2 in the third. It started when Karly Arrington hits this line drive single to centerfield.
The very next batter Megan Conklin hits a grounder to third the throw to first is
[SUPER=34-Cave Spring/8/Franklin Co./7;]

wild allowing Arrington to advance to third and she would score on another wild pitch to make it 3 to 2 Eagles, but Cave comes back to win it 8-to-7.
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[S-Wagner]


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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Houston, TX/KHOU-Astros; :00]


Speaking of strikeouts, Ferrum grad Billy Wagner came on in the ninth inning for the Astros yesterday and struck out the side as the Houston beat the Diamondbacks 5-to-2 in Houston.
It's Wagner's 7th save of the season. The Astros take three of four from Arizona.
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[S-Glenvar]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=mst]
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The Glenvar boys' basketball team that won the state Group-A title last month in Norfolk was recognized
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke Co.; :00]


last night by the Roanoke County school board.
Members of the team were honored for their efforts along with outgoing head coach Art Lawrence, who said this year's team was just that - a team!
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((BYE BYE))


[S-Hamilton]


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[WRITER=mst]
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Some teenagers are trying to ruin things for the ones who are trying their best to do the right thing.
During his recent stop in Martinsville, NASCAR's Bobby Hamilton, the father of a teenage son, himself, said he thinks parents need to be firm, but also understanding and attentive.
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[S-Dale]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Dale Earnhardt celebrated his 48th birthday today.
And as he looks at the state of sport in 1999 - he says with some regret that these days NASCAR is just too nice.


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Earnhardt and the rest of the cuppe regulars are in California this coming weekend. Qualifying is set for late tomorrow afternoon. Mark Martin is the defending champ.


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Still to come tonight we'll get primed for game one of tomorrow night's Northern Conference final between the the Express and Renegades!
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Steve Mason intorduces us to the two goalies who have more than their positions in common.
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Tonight at the Roudnhouse, the Express opens the best of seven Northern Conference finals against Richmond.
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This morning, Steve Mason takes a closer look at goalies Daniel Berthiaume and Maxime Gingras in the latest edition of Round House Wrap up.
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((STEVE MASON:)) ((MAXIME GINGRAS/2.26 GOALS AGAINST AVERAGE:)) ((Gingras sees Berthiaume as a king and at one time, he was, when he played for Los Angeles. He played with superstars o the ice like Gretsky and visited with moviestars off it, like Tom Hanks. Now he is helping a rising star, and it all started with a simple signature. ((DANIEL BERTHIAUME/6-1 PLAYOFF RECORD:))
Although Berthiaume has provided Gingras with some direction, the former NHL stopper has been reluctant about giving him advice, especially now. ((:))
Berthiaume splits time with Dave Gagnon successfully but still hates spending anytime on the bench, promting one piece of advice. ((:)) If Berthiaume should tire, Gagnon is more than ready. He is 2 and OH against Richmond. allowing only 1.50 goals per game. Steve Mason Roun House Wrap up.))
((BYE BYE))



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