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The I Want to Believe Podcast is a small corner of the internet where the paranormal can flourish and strange stories take precedence. Hosted by author Nomar Slevik, this series shares unexplained encounters with high production value and engaging narration. Procured stories include alien abductions, the black-eyed kids, Bigfoot, winged creatures, unexplained disappearances, and much more. You can expect a new episode every month. A Maine Made Podcast | Since 2018 Support this podcast: https ...
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I Want To Know

Josh Spector

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Where creative entrepreneurs get their questions answered. I Want To Know is a no-fluff, 30-minute weekly podcast to help you grow your audience and business. In each episode, host and For The Interested newsletter creator Josh Spector answers three questions from a creative entrepreneur to help them overcome their challenges and accomplish their goals. Each answer becomes a 10-minute conversation in which Josh shares advice based on proven strategies he’s used to grow and monetize his audie ...
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Welcome to ‘What I Want to Know’, one of the most downloaded K-12 education podcasts in the country! Listen in with our host, Kevin P. Chavous, as he connects with innovators and leaders who share practical, transformative solutions to the biggest challenges in education today. As America rethinks the future of schooling, Kevin explores emerging needs and possibilities, for students and educators alike, through short, stimulating conversations. Subscribe to ‘What I Want to Know’ on Apple Pod ...
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i want what SHE has

Theresa Lyn Widmann

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"I want what SHE has" w/ Theresa Lyn Widmann (and formerly Shana Falana) is a weekly live radio show at Radio Kingston in Kingston NY and PODCAST, amplifying women's voices and their stories. We share interviews of women (female identifying humans), seeking to flip the narrative on envy and celebrating the strengths and accomplishments of women we look up to. Women are so often the unsung heroines of a community’s overall health and wellbeing. These women have gifts to share and stories to t ...
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Du gehörst zu den Menschen, die immer wieder von Agilität lesen, sich darunter aber nicht besonders viel vorstellen können? Du bist neugierig, wie Agilität auch für Non-Techies relevant sein kann? Du möchtest praktische Einblicke erhalten, wie Du Agilität in Deinem Unternehmen oder in Deinem täglichen Leben anwenden kannst? Dann haben wir von QualityMinds genau den richtigen Podcast für Dich! Bei „I Want Change“ tauchen wir in jeder Episode weiter in das Thema Agilität ein und erklären, woru ...
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I Want to Put a Baby in You!

I Want To Put A Baby In You

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If you’re uncomfortable with TMI and talking about the birds and the bees…this is NOT the podcast for you. Sister duo, Jennifer White and Ellen Trachman explore topics from sperm and eggs to babies and everything in between. You’ll learn about artificial insemination, gestational surrogacy, egg retrieval, egg donation, and more. I Want To Put A Baby In You will have you laughing and crying with informative and touching stories on surrogacy and assisted reproductive technology. Tune In!
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Filmmaker, writer, musician and professional creative--Nero Nava introduces you to people, places, and things that you may not know about. And, if you do, you certainly won't know from this particular perspective. Nero's wide and eclectic guests range from artists, archivists, taste-makers, professionals, public figures, and activists. Nero sits down with these folks, interviews them, and sandwiches the interviews with songs selected by the guest (and Nero). Because choices, tastes, and pref ...
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Do you ever find yourself struggling to find answers to the most intriguing questions? If so, you're not alone. It can be a challenge to separate fact from fiction. We have made it our mission to uncover answers to some of our time's most perplexing and fascinating mysteries. Through interviews and free-flowing conversations with experts, we dive deep into these mysteries to gather as much information as possible. Join us on this exciting journey of discovery with the Things I Want To Know p ...
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I Want To Rewatch

Lazy N Productions

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Join Tori, a nerdy vampire-loving X-phile, and Nic, an unhinged paranormal-loving sort-of skeptic, as they rewatch The X-Files (and some other stuff) to try to figure out if the truth is still out there.
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Because I Want To

Sara Snyder and Lindsay Abraham

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"Because I Want To” is a podcast where longtime friends Sara and Lindsay dive into whatever weekly subject they want to discuss. From the paranormal to mundane everyday happenings, nothing is off-topic for this duo!
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Hi I’m Shaheen S.; I like positivity and losing sports franchises that resided in Oakland, CA at the time of my birth. Most importantly I don't know what I want. x @icecoldglassofmilk on instagram but I'm private so idk why i share shaheen.saalabi@gmail.com
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Become The Me I Want to Be

Klaas van Oosterhout

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The podcast that helps entrepreneurs like you focus on driving your personal growth, building your positive energy and giving you the support that you need to achieve your goals so you will win in life and succeed at home.
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Rachel is the owner of Adi Shakti Yoga; Therapy located in Longmont, Colorado. She has been practicing psychotherapy since 2014 and has 10 years of experience offering compassionate supportive counseling. She is a registered yoga & meditation teacher and has led women's groups and retreats. Having been a single parent, as well as raised children in…
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Storytelling is one of the most powerful learning devices. Not only does it play a role in a child’s language and cognitive development, but it can also teach them about the world around them. What are the benefits of storytelling? How can children’s literature help develop important skills? And how can we encourage a love of storytelling in our st…
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Kaitlyn Murray has been care-taking her brand, la vie apres l'amour, a sustainable fashion organization since 2017. Born and raised in Red Hook, NY, she graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology and went on to work at Hermes in customer service and merchandising. Her life long love affair with thrifting and her studies in sustainability le…
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Welcome to season 7, episode 5 of the I Want to Believe podcast! Opening song:⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ Take A Picture by Filter Closing song: Does the Swallow Dream of Flying by Cosmo Sheldrake Clips: Scary Mysteries In Loveland, Ohio reports of a 4-foot frog roaming the marshes on its hind legs have fascinated locals and people from away, for d…
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This week on I Want You To Know I talk with visual artist Chrissy Espinoza. Espy and I talk managing the workload of life with our creative energy, curating our own work, embracing and shedding the moody artist mind set, and knowing how and when to pull out of the struggle—and being caught in between indie art idealism and influencer culture….and w…
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Im Arbeitsalltag begegnen sie uns täglich - Buzzwörter! Auch in der Welt der Agilität: “Stell uns doch mal ne Retro ein”, “Das besprechen wir im Bi-weekly” oder “Welches Framework passt da am besten?” Wie so oft mit diesen Begriffen stellt sich uns die Frage: Was steckt eigentlich wirklich dahinter und vorallem - verwenden wir die überhaupt richtig…
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How can you easily improve your sales email? Which of your website data points should you pay most attention to? And how can you get your book in front of the people who are most likely to buy it? You're about to find out. 00:00 - Introduction 01:28 - Suggestions on improving a product sales email 13:36 - What data to look for to grow your audience…
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During the height of Covid, Melissa had the opportunity to take care of a baby born through surrogacy to a Chinese Intended Father. What was supposed to be a five week role turned into a nearly six month adventure of a lifetime and led to a deeply meaningful relationship between two families across the globe. It's a beautiful story of how the gift …
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Studies show that every school year almost 3 million public school students receive one or more out-of-school suspensions, while more than 100,000 students are expelled. Along with doing little to reduce children’s misconduct, one out-of-school suspension increases a child’s chance of dropping out of school and increases their chances of entering t…
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It's another installment of Spirituality and Politics with Marielena Ferrer. Today we largely speak about her upcoming exhibit, "At Arm's Length," where she dives deep into the meaning of Poison Ivy. It's the second time a friend has built artwork around the plant that so many fear. It conjures an interesting response from most humans and perhaps s…
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Research finds that mindfulness can help decrease stress and anxiety while strengthening resilience and emotional regulation in adults and children. This is why the use of mindfulness programs in schools is becoming more and more popular. What exactly is mindfulness? What are the benefits of mindfulness on students? And how can we incorporate mindf…
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Today I am severely under the weather so I postponed my original guest and instead have time to honor a dear friend, Sarah Bisceglie, who took her life last year. In the beginning of the show I share some memories of Sarah who was a beam of love and light with a brilliant mind. She and I worked together to bring gong and reiki healing to many in th…
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This is a special “Flip the Script” episode! Instead of answering a guest’s questions, host Josh Spector brings on an expert he wants to learn from and asks them three questions. Today’s guest is Ryan Deiss. Ryan is a serial entrepreneur, investor, and advisor. He started 17 companies and exited four. His portfolio of companies generated an excess …
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in science, technology, engineering, and math are projected to grow by almost 11 percent by 2031 much faster than non-STEM occupations. While numerous students are interested in STEM careers, many do not feel prepared to pursue jobs in the field. Why is it important for students to understand s…
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Today on the show I get to speak with Laura Victoria Ward, CMA, RSME, a dancer, choreographer, movement teacher, Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst, musician, painter, consciousness explorer, somanaut, and meditator. She is the artistic director of Kingston Contemporary Dance Theatre (formerly Octavia Cup Dance Theatre), a multi-disciplinary, multi-…
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According to the CDC, guns are the leading cause of death among American children and teens. From mass shootings to isolated incidents, gun violence has emerged as a tragic issue continuously plaguing our schools. How can we identify the signs of violence? How can students, parents, and educators safely intervene? And how can we prevent violence in…
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Today on the show I get to speak with Nancy April, a ceramicist and master gardener and Leonora Wiener, an executive and career coach. They are both officers of The Pacama, a Conservation Collaborative, Inc., which was established in an effort to preserve the rural character of the Olive, Marbletown, and Rochester communities in Ulster County, New …
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Arbeiten als Führungskraft, wenn man Elternteil wird? Geht das? Klar geht das! So zumindest Max, der beide Rollen parallel managt. In der ersten Folge der zweiten Staffel von “I Want Change - dem Podcast über Agilität für Non-Techies” spricht Host Katharina (Achtung, neu!) mit ihrem Kollegen Max über Schwierigkeiten, Änderungen und wie das Unterneh…
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Today, my guest on the I Want To Know podcast is Andy Brown. Andy's an award-winning advisor and coach for people-based businesses, helping them grow and increase their value. He's also the author of “The Emotional Overdraft: 10 Simple Changes for Balancing Business Success and Wellbeing.” Published on January 22, 2024, “The Emotional Overdraft” id…
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According to the Entertainment Software Association, 76% of kids play video games. With their ability to build problem-solving, communication, and collaboration skills video games are starting to make their way to the classroom. What are the benefits of video games? What role should parents have in choosing the games their child plays? And how can …
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Today on the show I get to welcome, Amy Daughters, a lauded Award-Winning Author and dynamic Keynote Speaker, who envisions unity in diversity, where our disparities intertwine as bonds rather than divisions. By revitalizing the age-old art of handwritten letters, she revives human connections in an increasingly digital age. Infused with wit and hu…
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I Want to Believe Podcast – S7 E4 | Robert Michael Pyle and the Dark Divide Opening song:⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ In Bloom by Nirvana Closing song: Sasquatch by Giants in the Trees Clips: Butterfly Launches from Spar Pole The Dark Divide Movie Jane Goodall Welcome to season 7, episode 4 of the I Want to Believe podcast! Robert Michael Pyle, the bear…
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Research shows that girls and young women lose interest in science and math as they move through their school years. And now, women make up only 28% of the STEM workforce. How can we use science to inspire kids? Why is it important for girls to see themselves represented in the field? And how can we encourage an interest in science in young girls? …
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Join us as we sit down with Nancy Purpole, to peel back the layers of divorce law and the importance of client engagement. Nancy's journey from the courtroom offers a unique vantage point, as she discusses the subtle nuances of family law and the emotional toll it can take. We delve into how one's past can shape communication in relationships, the …
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Kenny and Mark wrap up some loose threads (and Season Five!) with a celebratory discussion of the title song from Madonna’s THIRD greatest hits album. Topics include: the continuing challenges of a greatest hits record, Paul Oakenfold, Ciaran Gribbin, INXS and the late great Michael Hutchence, a tribute to Fine Young Cannibals, Benny Benassi, a des…
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Woo hoo, it's a solar eclipse, a partial one at least, and we're broadcasting live from outside the radio station having some fun talking about what the eclipse has meant to others, means to us, might mean to you, and how Marielena spent the last full solar eclipse. New Moon Solar Eclipse Blessings to YOU! Big thanks to the Radio Kingston Tech Team…
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How to improve your newsletter by getting more out of your archives, shortening your sales sequence, making it easier to publish frequently, and more. Show Notes 👉 Watch this episode on YouTube To connect with Josh Spector: Newsletter: https://fortheinterested.com/subscribe/ Skill Sessions: https://joshspector.com/sessions/ Consulting: https://josh…
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We all know that philanthropy is important in education. Many worthwhile organizations rely on the generosity of philanthropic groups who are determined to help kids and schools through their donations. But the needs of schools have changed, particularly following the pandemic. What is the role of philanthropy in education? How has education philan…
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Mark and Kenny load it up to discuss one of the two new tracks included on Madonna’s third (or fourth?) greatest hits collection from 2009. Topics include: Lil Wayne (and his many feuds), DJ Frankie, the Jackie Boyz, R&B swagger, cigars, drive-by recording, the return of Louise Oriole, troublesome mixes, Paul Van Dyk, David Guetta, Tracy Young, gun…
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Mark and Kenny load it up to discuss one of the two new tracks included on Madonna’s third (or fourth?) greatest hits collection from 2009. Topics include: Lil Wayne (and his many feuds), DJ Frankie, the Jackie Boyz, R&B swagger, cigars, drive-by recording, the return of Louise Oriole, troublesome mixes, Paul Van Dyk, David Guetta, Tracy Young, gun…
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Today, my guest is Joanna Leffeld, more famously known as the “Moolah Doula.” She’s worn many roles in her life including certified financial planner, mom, yoga teacher, artist, and hospice volunteer. She was a guest on the show a few years ago where she laid the foundation of what and why she does her work. In the past few years, she's gone deeper…
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As we wade through the waters of historical intrigue and cultural legacy, Denise Parkinson joins us to share the stirring story of Helen Spence, an emblematic figure from the Arkansas Delta of the 1930s. Amidst the ebb and flow of the White River, we uncover the essence of the houseboat communities, reflecting on the robust and resilient spirit tha…
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Over the past decade, children’s literature has become far more diverse. In fact, research found that in 2022 about 45 percent of kids’ and teens’ books had a nonwhite author, illustrator, or compiler, which was up from only 8 percent in 2014. How can we encourage representation in children’s books? What are the impacts of diverse representation in…
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Today on the show I am joined by Martha Williams who has spent her life as a serial creative firebrand. She is an award winning filmmaker, writer, and choreographer, and kept the lights on with creative direction, video production, consulting, coaching and training. After 20 years of following her calling Martha realized that even though she was lu…
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Today, my guests on the I Want To Know podcast are Melanie Marsell and Kathleen Hall. They run Dive the Americas, a boutique ocean travel company that specializes in scuba diving travel experiences in Latin America. Their mission is simple: to inspire a love for the ocean and contribute to its protection through dive-focused travel. They have more …
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During the pandemic, 35% of the world increased their reading habits. And now, from book clubs to #BookTok, people have continued to turn to books as an anecdote to isolation and a way to build community. Why is reading so transformative? How can we ensure everyone has access to books? And how can books build community? In this episode, Greig Metzg…
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Kenny and Mark take a mega, near-THREE hour dive into the 2008-2009 world tour as well as the documentary I Am Because We Are. Topics include: Nathan Rissman, Michael Moore, Desmond Tutu, Hustling at Cannes, Hamutsan Serve, Kevin Antunes, Stefanie Roos, Sofia Boutella, unnecessary thrones, Madonna’s hat, Britney Spears, ad hoc car shows, Keith Hari…
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Jami Smith is a music journalist and creator of Songs That Saved Your Life, a queer rock history newsletter on Substack. She has also written for The Advocate, OUT magazine, and OUT Traveler. Jami believes that if “Rock & Roll Jeopardy” were still on the air, she would’ve beat Mark McGrath. Her new show on Radio Kingston, "Songs that Saved Your Lif…
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I Want to Believe Podcast – S7 E3 | Black-Eyed Kids Part 666 Opening song:⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠ The Kids Are Alright by Chloe & Halle Closing song: Empty by Kevin Abstract Clips: Urban Whispers | Pandoras Mask | The Occult Report | Channel Dusk | Monstrum | What Lurks Beneath | Stephanie Harlowe Welcome to season 7, episode 3 of the I Want to Belie…
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Cynthia has her Master's in Social Work and her MBA. She is an independent health and wellness coach, corporate presenter, and trainer. Her corporate presentations cover a variety of wellness topics including sleep strategies, the impact of alcohol on the body, menopause, meditation, stress management, healthy eating, resilience, and more. She also…
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According to the Department of Education, more than 8 million Americans are considered functionally illiterate, meaning they cannot read and comprehend short texts or understand basic vocabulary. Illiteracy often leads to low self-esteem and isolation, as well as higher chances of unemployment and poverty. What are the impacts of illiteracy? What f…
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Mark and Kenny wrap up their conversations about Hard Candy and also welcome Special Guest Zachary Pace (author of I Sing to Use the Waiting: A Collection of Essays About the Women Singers Who’ve Made Me Who I Am) to discuss this urgent ballad (and final Timbaland/Timberlake collaboration). Topics include Hello Suckers, singing in the shower, Kabba…
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During this month's installment of Spirituality and Politics, Marielena and I are talking about the important women in our lives. This leads to a conversation about women's role as caretaker and the feminist movement and a slight rant about the patriarchy. Sorry, can't help myself sometimes. Today’s show was engineered by Ian Seda from Radiokingsto…
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Justine Witzke is the founder and CEO of Aligneage Fertility. Justine is an experienced strategist and operator having served in a variety of roles, including as head of clinical operations, at Weill Cornell Medicine’s Center for Reproductive Medicine. She is particularly proud of her work developing their fertility preservation program, expanding …
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Today, my guest on the I Want To Know podcast is John Brewer. Jon assists high-performing individuals in transforming their success strategies, emphasizing the importance of well-being through his coaching venture, Authentically Led, and his newsletter, The High Performance Paradox. You can find him on Twitter at @LeadAuthentic, where he shares ins…
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A survey found that one in five parents struggle to have meaningful conversations with their children. When it comes to topics like mental health, racism, shame, violence, and more, parents often strain to find the right way to introduce these topics to their children. Could books be the answer to this problem? What challenges are parents facing wh…
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