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JUDSON COLLEGE CATALOGUE 
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HENDERSONVILLE , N . G . 




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CATALOGUE 



Judson College, 



HE^DEESONTILLE, N. C. 



1884-85. 




RALEIGH, N. C. : 
Edwards, Broughton & Co., Steam Printers and Binders 

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6ALENDAR P0R 1 885-'; 



Fall Term Opens Setember 15. 
Fall Term Closes February 2. 
Spring Term Opens February 
Spring Term Closes June 18. 



iMMENeEMENT, 1885. 



Annual Sermon, delivered by Rev. J. L. CARROLL, of 
Asheville, N. C. 

Literary Address, by Rev. R. T. VANN, of Wake 
Forest, N. C. 



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B0ARD 0F BIRE&T0RS. 









Rev. John Mitchell, D.D., 
Rev. D. B. Nelson, 
Rev. G. W. Brooks, 
J. Williams, 
C. M. Pace, 



T. J. RlCKMAN, 

J. C. Sams, 
J. P. Morgan, 
W. A. J. Barnett, 

J. P. RlCKMAN, 



Robert Finlay. 



IRPI6ERS 6P THE B0ARD. 



Rev. John Mitchell, D. D., President. 

J . Williams, ist Vice-President. 

Rev. D. B. NELSON, .... - - - 2d Vice-President. 

T. J. RlCKMAN,... - - Secretary and Treasurer. 



PAeULTY-1885-'86. 



Rev. J. B. BOONE, President, 
Professor of Moral and Mental Philosophy, and Nat. Sci. 

G. C. BRIGGS, A. B., (Wake Forest College,) 
Professor of Greek, French, Eng. Lit., and Com. Course. 

J. C. C. Dunford, A. M., (Wake Forest College,) 
Professor of Latin, Math., German, and Elocution. 

Miss S. R. Darden, (Chowan Baptist Institute,) 
English Branches and Calisthenics. 

Mrs. S. M. BOONE, (Chowan Baptist Institute,) 
English Branches. 

Miss Rosa D. HlNES, (Chowan Baptist Institute,) 
Music — Vocal and Instrumental. 

Miss A. L. Ballance, 

Matron. 



6ATAL0GUE or Students, 

1884-'85. 



FEMALES. 



Names % Post Office. 

Allen, Rosa E Mills River, 

Beech, Mattie Hendersonville, 

Blythe, Rachel Cherokee, 

Briggs, S.Mary Briggsville, 

Brown, Sallie A Hendersonville, 

Brown, V. E 

Brown, M. J .,,_ 

Buckner, E. C 

Byers, Gracie.. 

Carter, L. S. C ... 

Carter, Mary H . 

Church, Laura N. Boone, 

Church, Mattie J " 

Clark, Minnie . 

Coston, KlTTIE L Edneyville, 

Drake, Elise L Hendersonville, 

Elms, Jennie May __ Charlotte, 

Fleetwood, Elma T Margarettsville, 

Freeman, Annie G Pump, 

GlBBS, Laura... Hendersonville, 

Hawkins, Dollie 

Huggins, Eugenia G... _. 

Ingram, R. E Cooper's, 

JA( KSON, Nancy Quallatown, 

Jackson, Annie 

Jackson, Martha 

Jackson, Alice . Mills Springs, 

KlDD, Mary Grape Creek, 

MANEY, Maggie... Quallatown, 

Maney, Laura J 

Maney, M. T 

McKoy, Mary Addie Black Mountain, 



County. Slate. 

Henderson, N. C. 



Swain, 

Madison, 

Henderson, 



Watauga, 



Lexington, S 

Henderson, N 

Mecklenburg, 
Northampton, 
Henderson, 



Buncombe, 
Jackson, 



Polk, 

Cherokee, 

Jackson, 



Buncombe, 



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Name. . Post Office. 

Morris, Minnie G Hendersonville, 

Morris, Juno 

Mock, Maggie J Alexandriana, 

Owen, Julia E Hendersonville, 

Owen, J. Caroline " 

Ramsey, Sallie B Ramseyville, 

Reed, Hattie E | Best, 

Reed, Sallie K Asheville, 

Rice, Julia C Marshall, 

Rickman, Mattie S Pink Bed, 

Stevens, Maggie L . Hendersonville, 

Smith, Lottie C Cherokee, 

Smith, Mary ... " 

Smith, Lillie 

Smith, Jane 

Sneed, Stacy . Robbinsville, 

Sneed, Florence 

Sneed, Viola 

Sneed, Georgia . . . 

Taylor, Flora . Hendersonville, 

Taylor, N. Addie ___ . _ .Grape Creek, 

Waldrop, Mary Annie ... . ..Mills Springs, 

Welch, Rebecca . . Marble Springs, 

In Music Only. 

Browne, Alice L Hendersonville, 

Harris, Corrie. " 

Harris, Ella S 

Harrison, R. C 

MALES. 

Alexander, J . L Danville, 

Barnett, A. J Hendersonville, 

Beech, J. Cephas .. " 

Beech, Eddie . 

Bowen, Paul.. 

Boyd, J. P Polkton, 

Brown, H. D Hendersonville, 

Brown, T. L 

Brown, Geo. S " 

Brown, T. A 



Residence. State. 
Henderson, N. C. 



Mecklenburg, 
Henderson, 



Madison, 
Buncombe, 



Madison, 
Henderson, 



Graham, 



Henderson, 
Cherokee, 
Polk, 
Cherokee, 



Oconee, 
Henderson, 



Anson, 
Henderson, 



Henderson, N. C. 



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Name. Post Office. Residence. State. 

Brown, F. F ....._ Hendersonville, Henderson, N. C 

BUCKNER, M. C Stock, Madison, 

Buckner, R. G .Hendersonville, Henderson, 

Buckner, U. N 

Capps, G. F Flat Rock, 

Carter, J. B Ray, Madison, 

Carter, J. P Hendersonville, Henderson, 

Carter, L. P 

Carter, W. Hickman 

Clark, Willie E Lexington, S 

Church, G. H Boone, Watauga, N 

Collins, T. H ...Hendersonville, Henderson, 

Coston, J. B Edneyville, 

Coston, O. M " 

Dermid, J. D Hendersonville, " 

Dermid, L. T., Jr 

Dermid, Joel " " 

Drake, T. L 

Egerton, M. W 

Eubank, Wittie E. W 

Fisher, W. R Marshall, Madison, 

Gage, Paul V . 

Garren, R. L Saluda, Polk, 

GiBBS, J. F Hendersonville, Henderson, 

Gibbs, J. T . 

Grant, R. I Bear Wallow, 

Griffin, H. F Polkton, Anson, 

Griffin, J. M 

Hall, W. T West's Mills, Macon, 

Harris, W. L ... Hendersonville, Henderson, 

Hawkins, J. F... Leicester, Buncombe, 

Ingram, C. L Franklin, Macon, 

Jackson, Elbert Mills Springs, Polk, 

Jackson, T.J Hendersonville, Henderson, 

Jones, J. S Flat Rock, 

Justice, D. H. P Blue Ridge, 

Justice, C. T ..Hendersonville, 

King, S. M Blue Ridge, 

Lance, R. M ..'. Shufordville, 

Livingston, J. P H endersonville, 

LYDAY, A. E Calhoun, Transylvania, 

McKinney, J. E Bellevue, Greenville, S 



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Name. Post Office. 

McMinn, W. J . . .Hendersonville, 

Moore, A. B Zachary's, 

Moore, B. M ... Brevard, 

Morgan, D. C. H Hendersonville, 

Morgan, J. J Fair View, 

Morris, K. G Hendersonville, 

Morris, Zollicoffer 

Owen, S. C." 

Pace, J. L 

Pace, Otis Leroy. 

Patton, Walter L 

Penland, J. M Franklin, 

Plemmons, T. H Trail Branch, 

Posey, J. G Hendersonville, 

Ray, R. R 

Robertson, B. P Merrittsville, 

Robinson, C. H Balsom Grove, 

Staggs, J. W Hendersonville, 

Staggs, W. B . 

Staton, B. F 

Stevens, J . E 

Stradley.C. P 

SUNOFSKY, J. F 

Toms, Charles F 

White, G. W. Marshall, 

White, J. H 

Whiteside, N. P Poplar Grove, 

Whitted, Waddie Hendersonville, 

Whittington, H. A Cane River, 



Males, 
Female 



Mad 



Polk, 

Henderson, 

Yancey, 



Residence. State. 
Henderson. N. C. 
Transylvania, 



Henderson, 
Buncombe, 
Henderson, 



Macon, 

Madison, 

Henderson, 

Greenville, 

Transylvania, 

Henderson, 



Total, . 



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ADMISSI0N. 

Every applicant for matriculation must furnish satis- 
factory evidence of good moral character ; and, if coming 
from another college, must present a certificate of honora- 
ble dismission. 

In all cases the candidate is required to report to the 
President within twenty-four hours after his arrival, from 
whom all necessary information will be obtained as to 
settlement of expenses and examination for admission 
into classes. 

It is very desirable that students enter at the opening 
of a term ; and, if possible, at the beginning of the 
scholastic year. But they may be admitted at any time 
during the year, to any class for which they are prepared. 



COURSES OP STUDY. 

The courses of study comprise the Preparatory Course, 
the Collegiate Course for males, the Collegiate Course for 
females, and the Commercial Course. 

1. Preparatory torse. 

This course occupies one year for females and two years 
for males. It is designed to prepare students for entrance 
into the other courses. 



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SCHEME OF STUDIES. 

FIRST YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

1. Mathematics — Arithmetic to Decimals (Robinson's). 

2. English Grammar — Swinton's. 

3. Geography — Maury's Manual completed. 

4. History of ihe United States (Scudder's). 

SECOND TERM. 

i. Mathematics — Arithmetic, Decimals to Percentage 
(Robinson's). 

2. English Grammar — Whitney's Essentials. 

3. Geography — Maury's Physical. 

4. Latin — Bingham's Grammar (McCabe's)to "Verbs." 

5. History of North Carolina (Moore's). 

SECOND YEAR. 

FIRST TERM. 

i. Mathematics — Arithmetic completed (Robinson's). 

2. Latin — Bingham's Grammar (McCabe's). 

3. Greek — Goodwin's Grammar ; White's First Lessons. 

4. English- -Geeenes Analysis. 

SECOND TERM. 

i. Latin- — Bingham's Grammar completed; Caesar or 
Nepos. 

2. Greek- — Goodwin's Grammar; White's First Lessons. 

3. Mathematics — Algebra— Robinson's Shorter Course 
(Ficklin's). 

4. English — Composition and Rhetoric (Hart's). 

5. History of England (Lancaster's). 



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2. follegiate torse for Malea. 

This course embraces the studies of the ordinary cur- 
riculum, and occupies four years, on the completion of 
which the student mil be graduated with the degree of 

A. M. (Master of Arts). 

Proficiency in all the studies, except French, German 
and Evidences of Christianity, will entitle any student 
to the degree of A. B. (Bachelor of Arts). 

Proficiency in Greek and Latin, English Language and 
Literature, Logic and Rhetoric, Mental and Moral Phi- 
losophy, Political Economy and History, and Evidences 
of Christianity, will entitle any student to the degree of 

B. L. (Bachelor of Letters). 

To be entitled to the degree of B. S. (Bachelor of Sci- 
ence), the student must be proficient in Mathematics, 
Natural Science, English Language and Literature, Polit- 
ical Economy and History, and French or German. 

Requisites of Admission.— Candidates for admission 
to the Freshman Class must be proficient in the Prepara- 
tory Course, or its equivalent. 

FRESHMAN CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

1. Greek — Xenophon's Anabasis ; Goodwin's Grammar ; 
White's First Lessons (Syntax). 

2. Latin — Virgil's Georgics or ./Eneid ; Arnold's Prose 
Composition ; Weekly Exercises. 

3. Mathematics — Algebra — Robinson's Shorter Course 
(Ficklin's). 

4. History — Swinton's Outlines. 

SECOND TERM. 

I. Greek — Lysias' Orations; Goodwin's Grammar; 
White's First Lessons (Syntax). 



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2. Latin — Cicero's Orations or Livy ; Arnold's Prose 
Composition ; Weekly Exercises. 

3. Mathematics — Geometry (Wentworth's). 

4. Natural History — Physiology and Hygiene (Hutchi- 
son's). 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

1 . Greek — Heroditus and Thucydides ; Goodwin's Gram- 
mar ; Jones' Exercises in Greek Prose ; Mythology 
(White's). 

2. Latin — Horace's Odes and Epistles ; Arnold's Prose 
Composition; Gildersleeve's Grammar; Weekly Exercises. 

3. Mat hematics— Geometry (Wentworth's). 

4. Eng. Lang, and Lit. — Lounsbury's History ; Shaw's 
History ; Gilmore's Art of Expression. 

SECOND TERM. 

1. Greek — Homer; Goodwin's Grammar ; Jones' Exer- 
cises in Greek Prose. 

2. Latin — Cicero's Letters and Tacitus ; Gildersleeve's 
Grammar; Weekly Exercises ; Roman History. 

3. Mathematics — Trigonometry and Surveying (Went- 
worth's). 

4. Natural History — Botany. 

5. French — Ahn's Method. 

6. German — Ahn's Method. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

1. Greek — Demosthenes and Plato ; Sidgwick's Exer- 
cises in Greek Prose ; History of Greece. 

2. Latin — Juvenal and Crowell's Selections; Gilder- 
sleeve's Grammar; Weekly Exercises ; Roman History. 

3. Mathematics — Analytical Geometry- (Loomis'). 

4. Natural Science — Chemistry. 



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5. French — Aim's French Method; Le Roman d'un 
Jeune Homme Pauvre. 

6. German — Aim's German Method ; Schiller. 

SECOND TERM. 

1. Greek — Plato and Sophocles ; Sidgwick's Exercises 
in Greek Prose ; Metres ; History of Greece. 

2. Mathematics — Calculus (Loomis'). 

3. Natural Science — Geology and Mineralogy. 

4. Logic and Rhetoric — Jevons' Logic ; Whately's Rhet- 
oric. 

5. French — Literature Francaise, " Classique " and 
" Contemporaine." 

6. German — Fouque's Undine. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

1. Mental and Moral Philosophy — U priam' 's Mental Phi- 
losophy ; Peabody's Moral Philosophy. 

2. Natural Science — Physics (Olmsted's). 

SECOND TERM. 

i. Political Economy — Wayland's Political Economy. 

2. Evidences of Christianity — Butler's Analogy; Alexan- 
der's Evidences. 

3. Natural Science — Physics (Olmsted's) ; Astronomy. 



5. dollegtate bourse far Females. 

This course occupies four years, on the completion of 
which the student will be awarded a Diploma. 

Requisites of Admission. — Applicants for admission 
to the Freshman Class of this department must be pro- 
ficient in the Preparatory Course for females, or its equiv- 
alent. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS. 

Same, except Greek, as second Preparatory year for 
males. 

sophomore class. 

Same, except Greek, as Freshman Class for males. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 
Same, except Greek, as Sophomore Class for males. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

1. Mental and Moral Philosophy — Upham's Mental; 
Peabody's Moral. 

2. Natural Science — Chemistry. 

3. Frencli or German — Ahn's French Method ; Le Ro- 
man d'unjeune Homme Pauvre; Ahn's German Method; 
Schiller. 

SECOND TERM. 

i. Political Economy — Wayland's Political Economy. 

2. Evidences of Christianity — Butler's Analogy; Alexan- 
der's Evidences. 

3. Logic and Rhetoric — Jevons' Logic; Whately's Rhet- 
oric. 

4. Natural Science — Geology and Astronomy. 

5. French or German — Litterature Francaise, " Classi- 
que " and " Contemporaine." 

Any female pupil will be admitted, if desired, to the 
full course of the Male Department. 

Those who do not wish to study the languages, will be 
admitted to the English Course, on the completion of 
which they will be entitled to an honorary certificate. 



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4. Eemnfiercial Gsar&e. 

IN CHARGE OF PROF. BRIGGS. 

This course occupies one year, on the completion of 
which the student will be awarded a Diploma. 

ADMISSION. — To enter this course, the student must 
show proficiency in the following, or their equivalent : 
Robinson's Arithmetic to Percentage ; English Grammar. 

COURSE OF STUDY. 

i Business Arithmetic, embracing Percentage, Interest, 
Discount, Commission and Brokerage, Loss and Gain, 
Stock Investments, Bank Accounts, Custom House Busi- 
ness, Foreign and Inland Exchange, Averaging Accounts, 
Partnership, &c. 

2. Book-Kceping — Theoretical and Practical, comprising 
complete sets of the following: 

(1). Retail Business by Double Entry; 

(2). Shipments and Consignments by Double Entry; 

(3). Wholesale and Retail by Single Entry and 

changing Books to Double Entry — Special 

Column Journal introduced ; 
(4). Closing up an Estate by Executor of a Will ; 
(5). Shipment and Commission ; 
(6). Wholesale and Jobbing; 
(7). Manufacturing; 
(8). Banking and Corporations. 

3. Penmanship- — Plain and Business. 

4. Business Correspondence, including Business and Le- 
gal Forms. 

5. Cojinnercial Law. 

6. English Analysis and Synthesis. 



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MUSIC DEPARTMENT. 

Instruction is given in this department on the Piano, 
Organ and Guitar. Vocal music is also taught thoroughly, 
including Voice Culture and Thorough Bass. 

A sufficient number of new and excellent instruments 
is supplied. 

CALISTHENICS. 

Special attention is given to this department with par- 
ticular reference to the health of the pupil. 

This department is in charge of an experienced and 
thoroughly competent teacher. The classes are drilled 
daily, free of charge, in all the various movements, and 
in the use of Dumb-Bells, Wands and Rings. 

All the girls are required to drill, unless excused for 
cause. 

ELOCUTION. 

Thorough instruction is given in this branch, with 
special reference to the development of a Natural Style of 
Reading and Speaking. This study is not optional with 
the students. 

EXAMINATIONS. 

In addition to the daily recitations, students must pass 
quarterly written examinations before they will be allowed 
to advance to a higher grade. 

REPORTS. 

At the end of each quarter reports are sent to parents 
or guardians, showing grade and deportment. 



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RELIGIOUS EXERCISES. 

The exercises of each day open with religious service 
and roll-call, at which every student is required to be 
present. All the students in college are required to attend 
divine service at some one of the regular places of wor- 
ship at least once every Sabbath. 

LITERARY SOCIETIES. 
The young men have two Literary Societies — the 
Ionian and Philolathian. They meet once a week — Fri- 
day night — for exercise in debate, composition and 
declamation. 

BOARDING DEPARTMENT. 

1. Females — The boarding department for young ladies 
is under the immediate supervision of the President and 
his wife, aided by competent assistants. 

Girls from a distance must board in the College, except 
in cases where they have immediate connections who will 
hold themselves responsible for their safe conduct. Under 
no other arrangement can there be judicious watch-care. 
Parents cannot overestimate the importance of this regu- 
lation. The female teachers all board in the College, and 
their influence and example will be constantly exerted 
over the young ladies. 

2. Males — There is no provision made in the College 
for board and rooms for young men. They are allowed 
to select their own boarding- houses, approved by the 
Faculty. 

Whenever a change in the place of boarding is made, 
the student must report the same to the Secretary of the 
Faculty. 

Good board can be obtained in private boarding houses 
and at convenient distances from the College, at from $8 
to $10 per month. 
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For the benefit of those who are under the necessity of 
availing themselves of cheaper board, a Mess Hall will be 
provided by the beginning of next session, which will be 
under the supervision and control of the Faculty. 

EXPENSES. 
CHARGES FOR FIVE MONTHS' TERM. 

Incidental Fee ... $ i oo 

Preparatory Course : 

Tuition — ist Term of 1st year .. 12 50 

Tuition — 211a! Term of 1st year 15 00 

Tuition — 2nd year 20 00 

CollecxIate Course for Females : 

Tuition 20 00 

Board — eight dollars per month 40 00 

Lights and Servant hire — one dollar per month 5 00 

Washing — one dollar per month 5 00 

Collegiate Course for Males : 

Tuition .. . 25 00 

Commercial Course : 

Tuition . 25 00 

Book-keeping alone . 5 00 

Penmanship alone 5 °° 

The full College Course for females includes Modern 
Languages and Latin. 

The full College Course for males includes Modern and 
Ancient Languages. 

EXTRAS. 

Music, Painting and Drawing are not included in the 
regular course, and extra charges will be made for each 
of these studies, viz : 

Music, (instrumental) with use of Instrument $15 00 

Music, (Vocal) 2 50 

The above charges are payable quarterly in advance in 
all cases, except when satisfactory arrangements are agreed 
upon. 

Ministers of the gospel in good standing will not be 
required to pay any tuition. But they must come well 
recommended. 



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beeATieN. 

Judson College is located in Hendersonville, and can be 
reached from midland and eastern North Carolina and 
from the south by railroad via Spartanburg, S. C. Those 
coming over the Western North Carolina Railroad, either 
from the east or west, leave the railroad at the Swannanoa 
depot, near Asheville, and are conveyed across the coun- 
try, a distance of eighteen miles, to the College by a reg- 
ular line of hacks. 

Of Hendersonville a fascinating writer has said : 

" From the valley of the upper French Broad, a plateau 
rises, by gentle gradations, to where the Blue Ridge, ab. 
ruptly swerving from its south-westerly course, shoots far 
away to the westward. The higher peaks suddenly dis. 
appear, and for a space of several miles, the traveler only 
knows that he has passed the Ridge by finding the stream- 
lets flowing in the opposite direction. On either hand^ 
giant mountain buttresses guard this lovely table-land. 
It is diversified by here and there a wandering ridge or 
isolated park, off-shoots of the surrounding mountains, 
while far to the westward the mighty Balsam and the con- 
ical peak of Pisgah, melting in ever-varying hues against 
the evening sky, teem with a wealth of such glorious sun- 
set effects as few landscapes on earth can afford. 

" In the midst of this magnificent panorama, like a to- 
paz in emerald setting, lies Hendersonville. It is the 
pearl of mountain towns. Its deep foundations are not 
laid in fathomless red-clay mud ; its soil is a natural filter 
of gravel and micaceous sand, and in an hour or two after 
a shower, slippered ladies walk its broad, aspen-shaded 
streets in comfort. And in the bosom of that granitic 
soil, what wells of limpid coolness! If water can be purer 






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than this, it is certainly the less delicious for its purity. 
Ice can be had, but after a glass of ice-water, you go to 
the well for a drink. 

" And what breezes here do blow ! Not a particle of 
miasma, but heaven's own elixir of life, up here 2,252 feet 
above the sea. 

" And what nights for sleep ! You always need a blanket 
or two in mid-summer." 




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