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02/01/12 - NNHS Newsletter -
My Happiness

“All happiness or unhappiness solely depends upon the quality
of the object to which we are attached by love.”

- Baruch Spinoza
(24 Nov 1632 - 21 Feb 1677)

Dear Friends and Schoolmates, 

   The theme song of today's Newsletter was one of my favorite songs back when I was a little kid.  Come to think of it, it may still be.

BONUS - - My Happiness - Connie Francis, 1958


"My Happiness" is a pop music standard which was initially made famous in the mid-twentieth century. An unpublished version of the melody with different lyrics was written by Borney Bergantine in 1933. The most famous version of the song, with lyrics by Betty Peterson Blasco, was published for the first time in 1948. The first known recording of this version was in December 1947 by the Marlin Sisters but the song first became a hit in May 1948 as recorded by Jon and Sondra Steele (Damon 11133) (#3) with rival versions by The Pied Pipers (Capitol 1628/ 15094)1 and Ella Fitzgerald (Decca 24446) entering the charts that June reaching respectively #4 and #8 with the Marlin Sisters version (Columbia 38217) finally charting with a #24 peak that July. "My Happiness" was one of two songs - the other being "That’s When Your Heartaches Begin" - that Elvis Presley recorded at his first recording session at the Memphis Recording Service (Sun Studios) in the summer of 1953. Connie Francis - whose favorite song at the age of eight had been the Jon and Sondra Steele version of "My Happiness" - remade the song in a 6 November 1958 session at the Radio Recorders studio in Hollywood, CA produced by Morton Craft and Jesse Kaye; David Rose conducted the orchestra. The song almost became Francis' first #1 hit in the first months of 1959 but was kept at #2 by another remake of a standard: the Platters' version of "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes".


    Happy Birthday today to     Paul Dobie ('66) of CO!

    Happy Birthday tomorrow to Porter Phillips Booker ('57) AND the late    Thelma Spade Roberts ('57) (deceased - 08/26/05) AND John Patterson ('59) of TN AND    Alan Nesbitt ('64) of NC!

    Happy Birthday this week to:

03 - Maynard Thweatt ('57);

04 -       John London (Warwick HS - '57) of VA AND the late   Ronnie Sanders ('65) (deceased - 10/08/06);

05 - The late   Dickie Krause ('57(deceased - 12/27/99) AND    Charles Braslow ('65) of the Virgin Islands AND      Mark Hutcherson ('66) of VA;

06 -     Sue Miller Dearnley ('64) of VA AND    Steve Burns ('65) of MN;

08 - Bob Hines ('66) of VA!

   Many Happy Returns to you all!


January 31, 1942 - Allied forces were defeated by the Japanese at the Battle of Malaya and retreated to the island of Singapore.

January 31, 1943 - German Field Marshal Friedrich Paulus surrendered to the Soviets at Stalingrad, followed 2 days later by the remainder of his Sixth Army, ending one of World War II's fiercest battles.

January 31, 1944 - American forces landed on Kwajalein Atoll and other islands in the Japanese-held Marshall Islands.

January 31, 1944 -  During Anzio campaign 1st Ranger Battalion (Darby's Rangers) was destroyed behind enemy lines in a heavily outnumbered encounter at the Battle of Cisterna, Italy.

January 31, 1945 - US Army private Eddie Slovik was executed for desertion, the first such execution of an American soldier since the Civil War.

January 31, 1945 - About 3,000 inmates from the Stutthof concentration camp were forcibly marched into the Baltic Sea at Palmnicken (now Yantarny, Russia) and executed.


February 01, 1942 - Josef Terboven, Reichskommissar of German-occupied Norway, appointed Vidkun Quisling the Minister President of the National Government.

February 01, 1942 - The U.S. Navy conducted Marshalls-Gilberts raids, the first offensive action by the United States against Japanese forces in the Pacific Theater.

February 01, 1942 - Voice of America, the official external radio and television service of the United States federal government, began broadcasting with programs aimed at areas controlled by the Axis powers.


Wednesday, January 31, 1962 - Music video director Sophie Muller was born in London, England.


Thursday, February 01, 1962 - Footballer José Luis Cuciuffo was born in Belgrano, Argentina. He died on 11 Dec 2004 in Bahía San Blas, Argentina at the age of 43.

Thursday, February 01, 1962 - Physician Manuel de Abreu (b. 04 Jan 1894 in São Paulo, Brazil) died from lung cancer in Rio de Janeiro.

    From Jennie Sheppard ('62) of NC - 01/30/12 - "Thanks":

Thanks so much for remembering our rock!
Love, Jen

   Certainly, Jennie! We try to celebrate everything together, and our birthdays top the list! Hope yours was a happy one!

       From My #5 Son, Nathaniel Harty (Hillsboro HS, IL - '97) of IL - 01/30/12 - "Thought you might find this article interesting.":

Love ya, and talk to ya later.

   OOOOH! Thanks so much, Faniel - what a promising article! As you know,       my daddy's records (the late Robert Buckley - John Marshall HS - '25) (19 Oct 1907 - 25 Apr 1960) were among those that were lost, so I really appreciate your sending this to me!

   Love you, too!

    From Linda May Bond Crayton ('66) of VA - 01/30/12, 11:18 AM - "Sorrow RE:    Lavern (Simmers Schrader Harty)":


I am so glad for you!  Giving over our pain and sorrow to Him is often a burden in itself, but in doing so you have led the way for others who may be at a crossroad themselves. God Bless. I love you.

Linda May '66

   See, that's the interesting thing, Linda May! Despite my efforts - which I'm sure I am somehow blocking myself - I have never been able to master the art of relinquishing my troubles.  I usually even forget to ask.  I didn't ask this time either.  I simply crossed the threshold into the chapel, and felt them lift right off my shoulders, and I knew He did it because He knows me so well and loves me anyway.

   Thanks again, Linda May - I love you, too! 

       From My Daughter, Adrienne Harty (Hillsboro HS, IL / American School, IL) of NC - currently serving an eighteen-month mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Seattle, Washington - 01/30/12, 3:37 PM:

Before I forget, I won't be writing till Tuesday as Transfer day is this next week. I am sure we'll be staying here for a few transfers. They don't tend to whitewash you and then transfer you out the next transfer. Anyway, all is well. This area is really blossoming and it looks like we might have a few baptisms in the near future. This will be huge for this ward. There is only about 20% activity and there has only been like one baptism (not confirmed though) in like 2-3 years, I think. I'm not sure why this all is happening. This ward is amazing and loves missionary work. Anyway, things are changing for the better now. 

I found out about    Lavern (Simmers Schrader Harty) the day before Zone Conference.  At first I was overcome with emotion and to be honest, if I start thinking about it I'll begin to cry again.  I just feel so bad that I never had a religious discussion with her - I didn't hear her testimony of the Savior and she didn't hear mine.  I still feel that way, but I'm glad that she is not suffering now.  There is a scripture in Revelation... I can't remember the reference, sorry.  It basically states that God will wipe away the tears from their faces - referring to those who have passed on and are now in His presence.  I know that He is there to comfort her and that she is being taught the Gospel by loved ones and that she is no more in pain. 

And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

- Revelation 21:4

The other scripture reference that I want to refer y'all to is in D&C 121:7-9.  I usually only quote 7 and 8, but last night I used 9 and it was powerful. 

7 My son, peace be unto thy soul; thine adversity and thine afflictions shall be but a small moment;

8 And then, if thou endure it well, God shall exalt thee on high; thou shalt triumph over all thy foes.

Thy friends do stand by thee, and they shall hail thee again with warm hearts and friendly hands.

- Doctrine & Covenants Section 121:7–9

Please read them as they give a great deal of comfort to me, and knowledge that while this is small, we must live it to the best of our capabilities.  Any pain or suffering that we have here is not only insignificant to the pain that He endured in Gethsemane and on the cross, but He is always there to soothe those pains if we rely on Him and keep the commandments (and, of course, the covenants that we have made).
I love all of you and do pray for you daily.  Please be safe and mindful of the things your Father has placed in your path.
Love, Sister Harty

   WOW. Thanks so much, Sister Adrienne! In one of Life's many non-coincidences, I read both those scriptures this week myself - although I did miss that ninth verse, and it is a great one; thank you for sharing it.

   From Jack Nelson ('54) of Northern VA - 01/31/12 - "NNHS Class of '54 Health Trends":

February's Health Trends Newsletter features 11 of our healthiest foods. Utilize this information to help improve your health and the health of those you love. Let food be your medicine!
To: The Ladies in NNHS Class of '54!

From: The men in your life

Roses are red, Violets are blue
Diamonds that sparkle, God created just for you

We looked at the Jewelers for ones to impress
We tried very hard and did our very best

Some were quite Large, others very small
Those in between just wouldn't do at all

From store to store we made our flight
Searching for diamonds, those that would be just right

 With time running out, oh! what can we do?
That very special diamond we just couldn't find for you

 As we lay there in bed and pondered our fate
A light came on, Wow, this is great!

We gathered out thoughts and made preparation
To give you a special gift at the 14th celebration

However, when we awoke, we just couldn't remember,
Is Valentine's Day in February, April, or December?

 Since we have gotten old we have come to realize
We can't remember dates much less the prize

What once was diamonds and thoughts of bliss
We guess now it will have to be just a kiss

Happy Valentine's Day!
Whenever that is

Yours in health,

Alvin & Jean

“NNHS Class of ’54 – Health Trends”

February, 2012

Atoning for Health Sins

11 Healthiest Foods

  1. Eggs Avoid Omega-3 Eggs.  Chickens are fed poor quality Omega-3 fat sources that are already oxidized.  It is best to eat raw eggs.  Egg allergy virtually disappears.  Buy free-range organic eggs.  Salmonella:  Only 1 in 30,000 eggs is contaminated.  If purchasing cage-free, organically fed, omega-3 enhanced eggs, the risk virtually disappears.  If you are healthy, Salmonella infection is not a big thing.  You may feel sick & have loose stools, but this infection is easily treated with high quality probiotics that have plenty of good bacteria.  Most people improve within a few hours. 
  2. Milk:  Consume raw milk not pasteurized.
  3. Nuts & Seeds:  Good substitute for animal protein.  Eat in moderation.  Except for walnuts, almost all nuts are top heavy in Omega - 6 fatty acids and upset the Omega 6/3 ratio.  Average American has a ratio of 15:1.  Any amount of Omega – 6 is not a good thing for most Americans.  Nuts are not good for you if you suffer from high blood pressure, excess weight, high cholesterol or diabetes.  Avoid peanuts.  They are one of the most pesticide-laden foods you can eat.  Most are contaminated with aflatoxin, a carcinogenic mold.  Seeds:  Flax & Chia are high in Omega – 3 fats.  Others are relatively high in Omega – 6 fats.  Recommendations:  Walnuts, and grind your own Flax & Chia seeds.
  4. Berries: 1 cup of fresh organic blueberries.  Best fruit on the planet.  Packed with potent phytochemicals that do wonders for your health.  High in fiber & low in sugar.  Won’t cause drastic insulin swings if eaten in moderation.  #1 in antioxidants when compared to 40 other fruits & vegetables.  Contains vitamin A, C, zinc, potassium, iron, calcium and magnesium.  Protects against cancer and age-related health conditions.  Cranberries:  High in polyphenols.  Protects against cancer, stroke & heart disease.  Might inhibit breast cancer cell growth.  Avoid commercially prepared cranberry juice as it is loaded with sugar.

Strawberries:  2nd to blueberries.

Raspberries:  Rich in anthocyanins and cancer fighting phytochemicals.  Contain calcium, vitamin A, C. E. fiber & folic acid.

  1. Watermelon:  Loaded with phytochemicals. Benefits the heart, circulatory, and immune systems.
  2. Coconut Milk:  Coconut is one of the best oils for your body.  It can be used as a milk substitute in sauces and dressings as well as baked goods.  Coconut oil is absolutely the best oil for cooking.  Does not oxidize and break-down quickly like other oils.  Coconut fat is one of the best kinds of fat.  It actually helps you lose weight as well as improves thyroid function and digestion.
  3. Spinach:  High in antioxidants and has a high ORAC score (measurement of a foods ability to destroy free radicals that cause body damage).  Rich in folic acid which can help lower blood pressure.
  4. Garlic:  Should be on your daily menu.  Protects against hypertension & osteoporosis & various forms of cancer.  Natural antibiotic, antifungal & antiparasitic agent.  You must eat garlic fresh.  Taking a garlic pill is a waste of time.  Main active ingredient is allicin but this vanishes about an hour after you cut into it.
  5. Wild Rice:  Not rice but a grass.  Rich in niacin, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium & potassium.  Used to make pilaf, cereal, stuffed bell pepper or tomato, toss with fruit and nuts and make into a salad.
  6. Krill Oil:  Fish would normally be on the top ten list but the dangers of eating outweigh the benefits due to the toxic mercury levels they now contain.  Pure marine oil from Neptune krill that is loaded with powerful antioxidants & essential Omega – 3 oils & no heavy metal contamination.  Krill are small shrimp-like creatures that feed the world’s most mammoth animals – the great whales.  Benefits:  Healthy heart, joints, fights aging, supports brain & nervous system, stabilizes cholesterol levels, optimizes you mood and keeps the skin healthy. 
  7. Salmon:  Most beneficial fish – Wild Red Salmon.  No harmful mercury & other toxins.  Higher in Omega – 3’s, helps the body process fats, increases energy levels, aids in losing weight.  Greatly helps prevent disease such as cancer, heart disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, depression, Alzheimer’s & more.  High in antioxidants.  Excellent source of protein.  Free of antibiotics, pesticides, synthetic coloring agents, growth hormones & GMO’s.  Purchase Salmon that is flash frozen which captures the fresh caught flavor.  Most store-bought is low grade & toxic.  Far safer than tuna & contains 10 times the calcium.  Sockeye:  Leaner & firmer than King but fatter than Silver, abundant vitamin D.  King (Chinook):  Richest of the salmon.  Silver (Coho):  Much leaner than King and Sockeye.  Salmon Tataki (seared Salmon loins):  Appeals to lovers of Salmon & sushi.  The inside is rare.


Alvin & Jean Mizelle

“Health Educators”

   Thanks, Jack - and Alvin and Jean! I will attest to the value of raw milk.  Back in the early 70's when our first three sons were all under six, we bought pure clean milk from a dairy farmer in Jackson, Missouri for .50 a gallon (Bring Your Own Gallon Jars!). During one such three month period, I measured each boy. Though their ages were different, each had grown 2" in height. The very next three month period, we switched to 2% milk from the grocery store. Again I measured them. Each child had grown only 1/2" taller.

   (I'm sorry, though, I just can't gag down any nasty watermelon!)

From - 01/30/12 - "A New Cardinals Hall of Fame Museum Website Debuts":

The cardinals have opened a new free, online museum that celebrates the Cardinals' rich history, showcases the team's rich history collection, and engages fans. Be one of the first to check it out! 

  From Bill Hobbs ('66) of Northern VA - 01/30/12 - "AERIAL VIEW of Jerusalem 7 Minutes in IMAX 3D. Stunning!":


7 minutes - you will be so glad you did - enjoy!

After a year of research and preparation, the giant screen film JERUSALEM advanced into production with an unprecedented aerial shoot throughout Israel and the West Bank . Scheduled for worldwide release in 2013, the film will take audiences on a spectacular tour of the Holy Land and the city once believed to lie at the center of the world. 

   WOWZERONI! Thank you so much, Bill - I've always wanted to visit there; this was the next best thing!

    From Jerry ('65) and    Judy Phillips ('66) Allen of VA - 01/30/12 - "Words":

Something to think about!

   WOWZERS! Thanks so much, Sweetie-Pies! I've seen this before, but it says it all - and so eloquently!

  From Renee Helterbran Benton ('59) of VA - 01/31/12 - "Made in America":

I DIDN'T KNOW HALLMARK CARDS WERE MADE IN CHINA! That's why we shouldn't buy cards at Hallmark any more. They are made in China and are more expensive! Buy them at Dollar Tree - 50 cents each and made in USA.

I have been looking at the blenders available on the Internet.
Kitchen Aid is MADE IN the US. Top of my list already...

Yesterday I was in Walmart looking for
a wastebasket. I found some made in China for $6.99. I didn't want to pay that much so I asked the lady if they had any others. She took me to another department and they had some at 2.50 made in USA. They are just as good.
Same as a kitchen rug I needed.
I had to look, but I found some made in the USA - what a concept! - and they were 3.00 cheaper.

We are being brainwashed to believe that everything that comes from China and Mexico is cheaper. Not so.

One Light Bulb at a Time...I was in Lowe's the other day and just out of curiosity, I looked at the hose attachments.
They were all made in China.

The next day
I was in Ace Hardware and just for the heck of it I checked the hose attachments there. They were made in USA.

Start looking, people . . ...In our current economic situation, every little thing we buy or do affects someone else - most often, their job.

My grandson likes Hershey's candy. I noticed, though, that it is now marked "made in Mexico ." I don't buy it anymore.

My favorite toothpaste Colgate is made in Mexico ...
Now I have switched to Crest.
You have to read the labels on everything.

This past weekend I was at Kroger . . . I needed 60W light bulbs and Bounce dryer sheets.

I was in the light bulb aisle, and right next to the GE brand I normally buy -- was an off-brand labeled, "Everyday Value." I picked up both types of bulbs and compared them: they were the same except for the price . . .
the GE bulbs cost more than the Everyday Value brand, but the thing that surprised me the most was that that GE was made in MEXICO and the Everyday Value brand was made in - you guessed it - the USA at a company in Cleveland, Ohio.

It's Way past time to start finding and buying products you use every day that are made right here.

So, on to the next aisle: Bounce Dryer Sheets... Yep, you guessed it, Bounce cost more money and is made in Canada.
The Everyday Value brand cost less, and was MADE IN THE USA! I did laundry yesterday and the dryer sheets performed just like the Bounce Free I have been using for years, at almost half the price.

You also can use (white) VINEGAR in your rinse water instead of liquid softener. Works fine. Use vinegar in your dishwasher also; much cheaper. Cuts the soap film.

My challenge to you is to start reading the labels when you shop for everyday things and see what you can find that is made in the USA - the job you save may be your own or your neighbors!

If you accept the challenge, pass this on to others in your address book so we can all start buying American, one light bulb at a time! Stop buying from overseas companies - you're sending the jobs there. (We should have awakened a decade ago....)

Let's get with the program and help our fellow Americans keep their jobs and create more jobs here in the USA.
    YOWZERONI! Thanks so much, Renee! Y'all be aware out there!

   From F.A. Saunders (Hampton HS - '64) of VA - 01/31/12 - "Lots of old Hampton, N. News pictures":

   Thanks, F.A.! All you FaceBookers out there have fun with this!

      From My Husband, Paul Harty (Bardolph HS, IL - '61) of NC - 01/30/12 - "How old people park their car.":


   WILD GIGGLES! Thanks, Dools!

   From F.A. Saunders (Hampton HS - '64) of VA - 01/30/12 - "Thermometer":

When you think you've had a bad day, remember this:

When you have a 'I Hate My Job' day, try this:  

On your way home from work, stop at your pharmacy and go to the thermometer section and purchase a rectal thermometer made by Johnson & Johnson.

Be very sure you get this brand.

Change into very comfortable clothing and sit in your favorite chair. Open the package and remove the thermometer. Now, carefully place it on a table or a surface so that it will not become chipped or broken.

Now the fun part begins. Take out the literature from the box and read it carefully. You will notice that in small print there is a statement:

'Every Rectal Thermometer made by Johnson & Johnson is personally tested and then sanitized. '

Now, close your eyes and repeat out loud five times, 'I am so glad I do not work in the thermometer quality control department at Johnson & Johnson.'  


   EEEWWWW!!! Thanks again, F.A.!

    From Joan Lauterbach Krause ('60) of VA - 01/17/12 - "Bent Humor (#9 in a Series of 13)":


Carol, check this one out.  Funny.


What artists do if given wire and household objects and too much time on their hands!  

   WILD GIGGLES! Thanks, Joan!

Fruit with Life Experience

  From Ruth Ann Reece Horace ('67) of FL - 01/26/12 - "Smile (#4 in a Series of 13)!!":



   MORE WILD GIGGLES! Thanks, Ruthie!


From - 01/31/12:

An attorney, anxious to impress the judge with the detail, asked the following line of questions of a doctor who had recently performed an autopsy.

Q: Doctor, before you performed the autopsy, did you check for a pulse?

A: No.

Q: Did you check for blood pressure?

A: No.

Q: Did you check for breathing?

A: No.

Q: So, then it is possible that the patient was alive when you began the autopsy?

A: No.

Q: How can you be so sure, Doctor?

A: Because his brain was sitting on my desk in a jar.

Q: But could the patient have still been alive, nevertheless?

A: Yes, it is possible that he could have been alive and practicing law somewhere.     


1.Thursday, February 2, 2012 - The NNHS Class of 1955 holds Lunch Bunch gatherings on the first Thursday of every month at Steve & John's Steak House on Jefferson Avenue just above Denbigh Boulevard in Newport News at 11:00 AM. The luncheon is not limited to just the Class of '55; if you have friends in that year, go visit with them.

2. Wednesday, February 8, 2012 - The NNHS Class of June 1942 meets at noon on the second Wednesday of every other month for a Dutch treat lunch at the James River Country Club, 1500 Country Club Road. PLEASE JOIN THEM. Give or take a few years makes no difference. Good conversation, food and atmosphere. For details, call Jennings Bryan at 803-7701 for reservations.

3. Saturday, April 7, 2012 - 11:00 AM - The NNHS Breakfast Bunch will host a Breakfast Bunch Brunch at the Warwick Restaurant, 12306 Warwick Boulevard, (across from CNU) Newport News, Virginia 23606. "Please come join them for a Dutch Treat Brunch featuring a lot of 'War Stories' and maybe a lie or two. Everyone is welcome so bring your wife, husband, boy friend, girl friend, class mate, school friend or whomever you choose." Please RSVP to Bill Roady at or call him at 757-595-0716 so they have a head count.

4. Friday and Saturday, October 5 and 6, 2012 - Class of 1962 - 50-Year Reunion - Crowne Plaza Hotel, Hampton on the Water. More information after the Holidays. Meetings are second Tuesday of each month. CONTACT: Brenda Amos Williams at 

PRAYER ROLL: - updated 10/22/11

BLOG: - updated 03/13/11

Carol Buckley Harty
7020 Lure Court
Fayetteville, NC 28311-9309


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                          Love to all, Carol





My Happiness

Music by Borney Bergantine (03 Oct 1909 – 04 July 1952), 1933

Lyrics by Betty Peterson Blasco

Recorded by Connie Francis (b. 12 Dec. 1938), 1958

Evening shadows make me blue
When each weary day is through
How I long to be with you, my happiness

Every day I reminisce
Dreaming of your tender kiss
Always thinking how I miss my happiness

A million years it seems
Have gone by since we shared our dreams
But I'll hold you again
There'll be no blue memories then

Whether skies are gray or blue
Any place on earth will do
Just as long as I'm with you, my happiness

Whether skies are gray or blue
Any place on earth will do
Just as long as I'm with you, my happiness

"My Happiness" midi (sequenced by Bob Sorem) courtesy of - 01/31/12

"My Happiness" lyrics courtesy of - 01/31/12

Image of Bradley Stevens' oil on linen painting "Evening Shadows (in Virginia)" courtesy
of - 01/31/12

Animated Hearts Divider Line # 63 clip art courtesy of - 02/11/10

Animated Tiny Birthday Cake clip art courtesy of Sarah Puckett Kressaty ('65) of VA - 08/31/05
Thanks, Sarah Sugah!

Army Seal clip art courtesy of Al Farber ('64) of GA - 05/24/06 (still missing...)
Thanks, Al!
Replaced by Norm Covert ('61) of MD - 02/09/09
Thanks, Norm!

Air Force Seal clip art courtesy of - 07/07/06

Animated Navy and Army Flags clip art courtesy of - 06/18/03

Navy Seal clip art courtesy of - 05/29/06

Hillsboro High School's Topper (Band Version) clip art courtesy of - 06/07/08
Thanks, Mark!

John Marshall High School's Justice Scale clip art courtesy of Cheryl White Wilson (JMHS - '64) of VA - 10/13/05 (replaced 02/23/09)
Thanks, Cheryl!

American School Logo courtesy of - 09/05/06

Hampton High School's Crab clip art courtesy of - 10/02/05
Replaced courtesy of - 02/17/09

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