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Manly and McEntire8/201874 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), August 20, 1874, Image 3
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Indictment against Wm. Manley for burglary11/191874 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), November 19, 1874, Image 3
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Manley, Margaret - Delinquent taxes1/41877 Image 4MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), January 04, 1877, Image 4
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Manley, Margaret - Delinquent taxes1/111877 Image 4Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), January 11, 1877, Image 4
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DW Cooper, adm'r of Edward Manley, dec'd11/221877 Image 4Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), November 22, 1877, Image 4
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DW Cooper, adm'r of Edward Manley, dec'd11/291877 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), November 29, 1877, Image 3
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DW Cooper, adm'r of Edward Manley, dec'd12/61877 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), December 06, 1877, Image 3
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Manley Devan marriage notice1/31878 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), January 03, 1878, Image 3
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Court Calendar March 31st Manley vs. Rowles3/201879 Image 3MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 20, 1879, Image 3
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Owen Meehan vs. Bryan Manley et al. Decree of foreclosure and order to Samuel Hilles as Special Master, to sell mortgaged premises.4/31879 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), April 03, 1879, Image 2
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Owen Mehan vs. Marg't Manley et al. Judgment in favor of plaintiff for $67, which is first lien on premises of plaintiff. 5/291879 Image 3MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), May 29, 1879, Image 3
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The following is the report of the Grand Jury, which closed its session on Thursday of last week after being up for nine days. The following were indicted for keeping a place of public resort: … Robert Sherry, Ellen Shanley; … Wm. Manley2/191880 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 19, 1880, Image 3
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Manley vs Rowles3/111880 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 11, 1880, Image 2
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Court Report Spring Term, 1880 State of Ohio vs. … Wm. Manley, … Keeping a place of public resort for the unlawful sale of Liquors. Each of said defendants entered pleas of guilty and was fined $50 and costs.4/11880 Image 2MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), April 01, 1880, Image 2
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A young man named Patsy Manly, son of Peter Manly, aged about twenty two years, living in Bellaire, was run over by a train in the B. & O. yards, on Monday evening about 10 o'clock, and so badly injured that he died in about an hour both legs being crushed. He was, it is supposed, walking along the track and was struck and run over by freight No. 31. His cries were heard at the time of the accident, but not in time to prevent three or four cars from passing over him. Manly had been employed as a boiler in the Bellaire rolling mill, and was considered a good workman.6/101880 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), June 10, 1880, Image 3
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Court Report Summer Term, 1880 Michael Reilly vs. Peter Manley Judgement by default in favor of plaintiff for $1270 15.7/11880 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), July 01, 1880, Image 2
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Court Report, Spring Term 1880 Robt. Henderson vs. Wm. Manley et al. Injunction. Dismissed at costs of plaintiff.2/171881 Image 2MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 17, 1881, Image 2
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Indictments were found against the following persons for "keeping places of public resort for the unlawful sale of liquor": ..., Robert Sherry, Ellen Shanley, …, Wm. Manley, ...2/241881 Image 2MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 24, 1881, Image 2
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State of Ohio vs. Wm. Manley: Keeping a place of public resort, etc. Motion to quash indictment overruled. Plea of guilty. Fine $65 with costs.3/241881 Image 2MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 24, 1881, Image 2
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The Tickets for Saturday's Election Following are the tickets to be voted by the Democrats of this county on Saturday … Delegates … Pultney - Wm Manley7/281881 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), July 28, 1881, Image 3
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liquor Manley Shanley2/231882 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 23, 1882, Image 3
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Ohio vs. Wm. Manly. Keeping a place of public resort, &c. Plea "not guilty." Defendant gave bond in sum of $300 for his appearance.3/21882 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 02, 1882, Image 3
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Henry Heil and James Manly, of Bellaire, have articled for a three mile boat race for $200 a side, to take place on the 4th of July over the lower course at Bellaire. John J. McDermott is the stakeholder.6/221882 Image 3MaulyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), June 22, 1882, Image 3
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Several young men, among whom were James Manly and James Gallagher were having "a time" on Union street, Bellaire, near the B. & O. bridge last Friday night, when James Tharp, a bricklayer, who was considerably under the influence of liquor came along, and the other boys concluded to have some fun with him, which went all very well for awhile until Tharp got angry and warned the fellows to let him alone. Gallagher had hold of him, when Tharp drew a revolver. Manly rushed up and grabbed the hand that held the revolver, when Tharp pulled the trigger, saying, "Take that, now." Manly and his friends then went, to Dr. Close's office, and an examination showed that the ball had entered the stomach and was lodged in the bowels. Dr. Close regards it a serious wound , but has hopes of preserving his patient's life. Tharp was arrested, and waiving a preliminary hearing before the Mayor, was bound over to court in the sum of $1,000. The charge preferred against him is shooting with intent to kill.11/11883 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), November 01, 1883, Image 3
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James Manly, of Bellaire, who was shot in the abdomen, by "Buster" Tharp, about ten days ago, is about again.11/81883 Image 3James Manlyelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), November 08, 1883, Image 3
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An awful catastrophe occurred in Bellaire on Thursday, resulting in the instant and horrible death of three men, the injuring of some others, and a great loss of property. The particulars are as follows: One of the large B. & O. mogul engines bad been brought out into the yard, and was standing at the Guernsey street crossing, preparatory to taking a through freight west. On the engine were George Johnson, engineer, John Vandevort fireman, and Matthew Hammond, engineer of the helper; also Walker Haslop, captain of the train. The engineer said it was time to move, and Haslop started for the rear of the tender, and thus saved his life, for he had only got half way back of the tender when with a terrific noise the boiler exploded. The three men on the engine were blown high in the air, Johnson lighting near the wreck, with his lower limbs literally blown off. Hammond was blown about a hundred yards, entirely over a house, knocking off a cornice. Vandevort the fireman, was blown about 50 yards into the commons. It was a sickening sight to the hundreds who visited the scene, the like of which was never seen in Bellaire. The dead men all had families at Newark, where they resided, and whom they expected to see that day. Near the scene of the accident the windows in the houses were all broken, and pieces of the engine were hurled to different parts of the city, three or four squares off, and it is only a wonder that more people were not injured. Considerable damage was done by chunks of the engine falling upon houses, and in one case going through roof and floors to the cellar.
Peter Manly was struck in the back by a piece of iron and seriously injured. There is no cause known for the accident, and never will be, as all connected with the engine were instantly hurled into eternity.
6/101886 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), June 10, 1886, Image 3
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While in the discharge of his duty as an officer, on Saturday night, P. O. Criswell, of Bellaire, having under arrest one Jack McGrew for disorderly conduct, was set upon by James Manley, who came up behind and struck him on the back of the head with a billy, and then on the temple and forehead, and felled him to the ground. After a few moments the officer recovered somewhat from the shock of the blows, when he pulled his revolver and compelled the man, who had given the murderous blows, to surrender, and marched him off to the lockup, although at the time the blood was streaming down the gallant officer's face from the cuts inflicted. On Monday a hearing was held before Mayor Brown, when the accused entered a plea of guilty to the charge of assaulting an officer while in the discharge of his duty, and he was fined $50 and costs and sentenced to imprisonment 60 days, to stand committed until fine and costs are paid.10/211886 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), October 21, 1886, Image 3
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James Manley was recognized to court by Mayor Brown, of Bellaire, in the sum of $500, Saturday, for the alleged robbery and assault of "Friday" Sprowl.3/241887 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 24, 1887, Image 3
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Jonn Burke vs Wm. Manly et al; judgment by default against Wm Manly for $101 50 and order for sale of property.5/261887 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), May 26, 1887, Image 3
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Ohio vs Jas Manley; assault and battery; no indictment having been found defendant is discharged from his recognizance.6/91887 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), June 09, 1887, Image 2
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The Probate Court on Monday fined Michael Logan $25 and costs for assaulting James Manley, in Bellaire, last
week. The trouble was the outgrowth of a quarrel some months ago, in which Logan was badly used by Manley and his pals.
10/61887 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), October 06, 1887, Image 3
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Delinquent tax sales Manley, M12/291887 Image 4MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), December 29, 1887, Image 4
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"Reddy" Williams and James Manley had some sort of difficulty on the streets of Bellaire, about midnight one night last week, when "Reddy" brought his pistol into requisition and gave Manley a close call. Complaint was made to the Mayor, and Williams was arrested on a charge of shooting with intent to kill, and recognized to appear in the sum of $500. On Tuesday the case was settled by the complaint being withdrawn and the defendant allowed to plead guilty to assault and battery.2/231888 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 23, 1888, Image 3
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On Saturday, March 3, the Grand Jurors by their foreman, Samuel Hilles, made a partial report of their proceedings, and presented true bills of indictment as follows:
Against Jas. Manley, Larceny.
3/81888 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 08, 1888, Image 3
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Ohio vs. James Manley; larceny; verdict guilty; fined $35 and 20 days in jail.4/121888 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), April 12, 1888, Image 3
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James and Martin Manley, charged by lawyer John F. Kelley, with robbing him of about $500, were recognized in the sum of $2,000 each to the common pleas court, by Mayor Brown, of Bellaire, on Friday.11/291888 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), November 29, 1888, Image 3
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True bills of indictment were reported as follows: Against James Manley, Robbery and pocket picking Against Martin Manley, Robbery and pocket picking2/141889 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 14, 1889, Image 2
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Ohio vs. Martin Manley. Robbery. No indictment being found against defendant he is discharged from his recognizance. Ohio vs. James Manley. Robbery. Plea of not guilty. Defendant recognized in sum of $500 for his appearance for trial Feb. 27. E. L. Feeley appointed commissioner to take the testimony of John Kelly, a necessary witness, who resides in Pittsburgh.2/281889 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 28, 1889, Image 3
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An attempt was made to fire the flouring mill of Thomas Ault in Bellaire on last Friday night. A quantity of paper and chips had been placed beneath the weatherboarding and fired. Some persons near, seeing the smoke knocked off the boards and extinguished it. On Saturday night James Manley was arrested on suspicion as the perpetrator of the deed and at a preliminary hearing on Monday was recognized to court. His bond was placed at $5000. He has figured in a number of scrapes but has always managed to get off easily.12/121889 Image 3MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), December 12, 1889, Image 3
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Disbursements A. Lawrence assisting Pros Att'y Ohio vs Manley1/161890 Image 2MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), January 16, 1890, Image 2
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STATE CASES James Manley; arson.1/231890 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), January 23, 1890, Image 2
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Report of Grand Jury The following true bills of indictment were found James Manley, Arson.2/61890 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 06, 1890, Image 3
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Ohio vs. Jas. Manley; arson; defendant arraigned and entered plea of not guilty.2/131890 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 13, 1890, Image 3
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The verdict of "not guilty " in the case of Jas. Manley, charged with setting fire to Thomas Ault's mill at Bellaire, created some surprise, owing to the pointed and positive nature of the testimony for the State. Nora Shepherd testified positively that she saw Manley in the act, and circumstances corroborated her testimony, yet the jury on the fourth ballot declared the crime not proven. The admissions of the witness was doubtless taken into consideration in determining the weight of the testimony, and the bulk of the testimony on both sides came from the not most reputable class of citizens.2/271890 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 27, 1890, Image 3
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James Manley, who so narrowly escaped going to the penitentiary during the last term of court seems not to have been given a great impulse toward reform by his lesson at that time. The other day in Bellaire Manley, without the least provocation, grossly insulted and cowardly beat an infirm old man, but after the performance escaped to Benwood beyond reach of the law.5/11890 Page 3 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), May 01, 1890, Page 3, Image 3
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Mary Monohan vs. Wm. Manley et al. George C. McKee appointed guardian ad litem for minor defendants. Finding due plaintiff on note and mortgage $252. Decree of foreclosure and order of sale.6/261890 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), June 26, 1890, Image 2
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James Manley, of Bellaire, is again guest at the Hotel de Belmont county this time for selling liquor at the Bethel camp-meeting. He will remain until he can discharge a fine of $10 and costs.9/181890 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), September 18, 1890, Image 3
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The Grand Jury, after visiting the County Jail, reported it in good condition, made the following report of cases brought before them for investigation:
True bills were found Against Jas Manley, Assault and battery.
11/131890 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), November 13, 1890, Image 3
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State of Ohio vs. James Manley. Assault and battery. Defendant entered a plea of not guilty and gave bond in sum of $200 for his appearance.12/41890 Image 3MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), December 04, 1890, Image 3
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State of Ohio vs. James Manley. To jury. Verdict of guilty of assault. Defendant fined $50 and sentenced to jail for forty days. Order of attachment in above case against witnesses W B Cocaine and Chas Robinson for failing to appear. Defendants fined $5 each and costs. In matter of Charles Thrope. Proceedings for not appearing as a witness in the case of Ohio vs. Jas Manley in answer to a subpoena. Finding of guilty, and adjudged to pay the costs of attachment proceedings.12/111890 Image 2Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), December 11, 1890, Image 2
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James Manly was discharged from jail on Thursday morning. On the same night, at Bellaire, he had a fight with an Italian, who cut him seriously on one arm and in the back.2/261891 Image 3Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 26, 1891, Image 3
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FROZEN TO DEATH.
John Manley Perishes in a Drunken Stupor.
On Saturday morning John Manley was found in a dying condition on the river bank at Bellaire. He was frozen stiff, and lived but a few minutes after being found. He had been drinking heavily on Friday night and it is supposed he started to walk to the wharf boat and fell in a drunken stupor, and in that condition froze to death. He was 27 years of age, was brawny and muscular, and when sober was a great worker. Recently he had been on his good behavior and had not been drinking, but broke over on Friday night, and thus met his death. He is a brother of James Manley who is now in jail in this place on a felonious charge. Peter Manley, the father, is proprietor of the lower wharf boat. Concerning the family, the Wheeling Register says:
"The tragic death of members of this family is somewhat remarkable. Shortly before the family moved to Bellaire their residence was destroyed by fire and a daughter was burned to death. Several years later a son was crushed to death by the cars in the B. & O. yards in the same city. Soon after another son received injuries by the cars, which proved fatal. The third son was drowned in the Ohio river. Thus the death of John makes five members of the family who have met unnatural deaths.
1/211892 Image 1Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), January 21, 1892, Image 1
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William Geller, whom Jas. Manley and others in Bellaire were trying to rob when caught, is also in jail awaiting the
sitting of the Grand Jury, his bondsmen having surrendered him.
2/41892 Image 1Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 04, 1892, Image 1
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The Grand Jury on Tuesday made their report of true bills of indictment as follows: One against James Manley and Scott Lavelle; Assault with intent to rob. One against James Manley, Scott Lavelle and Andrew Rock; Pocket picking.2/181892 Image 1Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 18, 1892, Image 1
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Ohio against James Manley. Pocket picking. S. H. Armstrong appointed to defend. Arraigned and plead not guilty.2/251892 Image 1Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), February 25, 1892, Image 1
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Ohio against James Manley and others. Pocket picking. George C. McKee appointed to assist the Prosecuting Attorney. Trial to jury and verdict of guilty; sentenced to 5 years in penitentiary.
Ohio against Scott Lavelle. Pocket picking. Trial to jury; verdict of guilty; sentenced to 14 months in the penitentiary.
3/171892 Image 1Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 17, 1892, Image 1
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Sheriff Scott, assisted by Henry Ducker, of this place, and E. C. Morris, Bellaire, on Tuesday took James Manley and John and Scott Lavelle to penitentiary. The first goes for five years, and the latter two for three years and fourteen months, respectively.3/241892 Image 1Belmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), March 24, 1892, Image 1
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NR7/31862 Image 1MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), July 03, 1862, Image 1
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NR12/61866 Image 4MauleyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), December 06, 1866, Image 4
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NR8/261869 Image 1Wm ManlyBelmont chronicle. (St. Clairsville, Ohio), August 26, 1869, Image 1
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