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PBS39 Leadership Society

You’ve seen it on our channel. PBS39 programming engages the community, stimulates the exchange of ideas, and enriches the lives of our audience. As I look ahead to what’s in store on PBS39 in November, I’m certain it will cultivate and stir emotions. PBS39 is pleased to be the home of local election night coverage this month. After what promises to be a history-making election both locally and nationally, students from Lafayette College will monitor the returns and discuss the implications on their generation and the region. Scholastic Scrimmage kicks off its 43rd season this month as the “best and brightest” of Lehigh Valley’s high schools face off against one another for bragging rights. Also, PBS39 is the place to binge on Thanksgiving as we relive the cultural phenomenon Downton Abbey, with a complete six-season marathon beginning Thanksgiving evening. As we commemorate 50 Years With You, PBS39 invites you to celebrate with us. Stay tuned for exciting events. If you’re a fan of soul and doo-wop music, don’t miss Little Anthony and the Imperials perform live for our members at Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 2:00pm. For more information, visit From our home to yours, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving. In appreciation, Tim Fallon PBS39 CEO

Where Passion Meets Philanthropy The noted essayist E.B. White once wrote that public television should forever endeavor to “arouse our dreams, satisfy our hunger for beauty, take us on journeys… explore the sea and the sky and the woods and the hills.” It must serve to clarify the social and political dilemmas of the times, he added. Today, I’m proud to say that PBS39 continues to uphold that vision for the greater good of our entire community, striving to capture the best of the human spirit, curiosity and imagination, and offer us a window to the world. PBS39 Leadership Society members share a passion for public broadcasting and a commitment to ensuring PBS39 has the resources to produce the best programming. Leadership Society members have the distinction of being our most generous annual contributors, leading the way in helping sustain PBS39 as a public media resource available free to all. You value PBS39 and the feeling is mutual. That’s why we’ve created benefits and privileges that speak to your specific interests and program tastes. Each level of benefits builds upon and includes the benefits of the one before.

PBS39 has partnered with Lafayette College for an election night broadcast covering today’s issues with tomorrow’s leaders. The student-produced, two-hour live broadcast from Lafayette College’s Farinon Student Center in Easton will cover all of the U.S. national elections, and will air on PBS39 to six million potential viewers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. More than 120 students from multiple majors will deliver the results and provide up-to-theminute analysis and commentary. The broadcast will also feature segments about politics and policy from the perspectives of first-time voters. Join PBS39 and Lafayette’s coverage of this important election night in our nation’s history, Tuesday, November 8 at 9:00pm.

Friend • $1,000 • Invitation to activities throughout the year, including PBS39 film screenings and premiere celebrations, panel discussions, children’s events, and more • Access to PBS39 Leadership Society DVD Lending Library • Subscriptions to PBS39 publications, including PBS39 Matters • Your choice of a special thank-you gift once per year

Celebrity • $2,500 • A docent-led, private tour of PBS39 for up to 12 guests • Invitation for you and a guest to be “behind the scenes” at a live broadcast or taping at the PBS39 studios, such as live performances, political debates, program tapings, etc. (scheduled upon request and based on availability) • Invitation to an annual recognition event Editor • $5,000 • Exclusive behind-the-scenes experiences such as cocktails with PBS39 and PBS luminaries when they visit the PPL Public Media Center at PBS39 Producer • $10,000 • Intimate cocktail gatherings in private homes with producers, filmmakers or musicians when available • On-air credit for sponsoring a day of PBS39 television, in your name or in honor of a friend Director • $25,000 • Three on-air television credits with your name on a program genre of your choice • Opportunity to host a live concert in our studio with your guests and on-air recognition during the broadcast • Opportunity to host a private event at the PPL Public Media Center at PBS39 Join our Leadership Society Your annual investment and involvement at the Leadership Society level will produce rich cultural and educational rewards for years to come. When you take your place amid the ranks of the Leadership Society, your partnership will effectively strengthen PBS39’s efforts to ensure that our community forever remains a place where active minds can flourish. For more information on how you can become a Leadership Society member, contact Maria Esposito at or 610-984-8134.

Coming this November, PBS39 presents It’s Delicious, an interactive series that teaches children how to use math and measurement in the kitchen. It’s Delicious is part of PBS39 Check-Up, a year-round healthy living initiative geared toward all ages. On-air programming will include Medical Minutes from St. Luke’s University Health Network; Close to Home, a 4-part documentary series on surviving cancer, substance abuse, mental health and PTSD.

About the Cover - Downton Abbey Marathon: Watch Downton Abbey Season 1 through 6 in back-to-back episodes, all 44! Begins Thanksgiving at 7:00pm through Sunday, November 27th at 7:00pm! Only on PBS39.

WEEKEND MARATHONS Create’s Weekend Marathons air every Saturday from 6:00am to 12:00pm and repeat 6:00pm to 12:00am Saturdays and 12:00pm to 6:00pm Sundays. For channel selections and full schedule listings visit



Grab your easel and titanium white! This weekend, Create devotes an entire marathon to fan favorite Bob Ross. Follow along with the late, great painter as he demonstrates his step-by-step technique while incorporating the colors of autumn onto his canvas. Pick up your palette and paint along!

NOVEMBER 19 & 20

THANK-FULL Sara Moulton covers the

essentials in her “Top 10 Thanksgiving Mistakes and How to Avoid Them.” America’s Test Kitchen reveals the secret to roasted brined turkey, New Orleans native Kevin Belton shares Cajun-style side dishes, Martha Stewart makes a showstopping deep dish pumpkin pie topped with meringue, A Chef’s Life Vivian Howard hosts a holiday feast in her home, and lifestyle experts Katie Brown and Christy Rost offer tips to bring a festive look to your dinner table.

NOVEMBER 12 & 13


Few things soothe like a hearty bowl of soup. Martha Stewart makes a nourishing chicken soup, New Orleans native Kevin Belton whips up some “Crescent City”-style crawfish and corn soup, Ming Tsai serves up a hot and sour soup, Nick Stellino prepares a traditional Sicilian bread soup, and Jacques Pépin shares his techniques for crafting the perfect consommé.

NOVEMBER 26 & 27


Attention, needle arts fans! Warm up this weekend with the help experts from It’s Sew Easy, Knit and Crochet Now!, and Knitting Daily as they teach you how to create fun and fashionable sweaters, hats, scarves and blankets. There’s even a hoodie and plaid crochet sweater to keep your favorite pup protected on even the coldest days.

Weeknight News 6:00pm BBC World News America 6:30pm Nightly Business Report 12:00am Charlie Rose


chooses a husband. Ralph is double7:00 Lawrence Welk: The California Show crossed. Ian gets a clue in a cold case. 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 10:00 Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries: Death at 9:00 As Time Goes By 1 TUESDAY the Grand — After a hotel concierge 10:00 Vicar of Dibley: Spring 7:00 PBS39 Local Hour (Includes FOCUS) falls to his death with Phryne’s stolen bag, 11:00 Live From the Artists Den: Panic! at the 8:00 Bill Murray: The Mark Twain Prize the trail of clues leads to her eccentric Disco The Kennedy Center awards Bill Murray father, Baron Henry Fisher. 12:00 Austin City Limits: Natalia LaFourcade / the 19th annual Mark Twain Prize for 11:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Grantchester Grupo Fantasma American Humor. Sidney and Geordie must break a code of 6 SUNDAY 9:30 Robin Williams Remembered: A Pioneers silence to solve a murder. 4:30 NOVA: Treasures of the Earth: of Television Special — Celebrating the 10 THURSDAY Gemstones — Delve into Earth’s depths life of Robin Williams with interviews, 7:00 Antiques Roadshow: Celebrating Asian to discover how these precious stones are tributes and clips from his career. Pacific Heritage — A Hawaiian kou bowl, forged and what explains the unique 10:30 Jay Leno: The Mark Twain Prize a Ghandi presentation spinning wheel and allure of each captivating gemstone. Salute Jay Leno, the 17th recipient of the an 1888 Joesph Nawahi painting. annual Mark Twain Prize for American (Part 1 of 3; Re-airs 12am) 8:00 Dr. Blake Mysteries: Bedlam — In a Humor. 5:30 FOCUS psychiatric hospital, Nurse Violet is 6:00 Battle of Chosin: American Experience 2 WEDNESDAY brutally stabbed. Revisit this pivotal 1950 Korean War 7:00 Masterpiece: The Durrells in Corfu 9:00 Death in Paradise — Dwayne is embroiled battle through eyewitness accounts of Leslie suffers heartbreak, Louisa has in a murder investigation when participants. another go with Sven and Margo tries the incriminating evidence is found at the 8:00 Secrets of the Dead: Graveyard of the medical profession. scene. Giant Beasts — Scientists examine if a 43 8:00 Poldark Season 2 on Masterpiece — Ross 10:00 Globe Trekker: Caribbean Islands, St. foot snake called Titanoboa was the apex does Elizabeth a favor. A mysterious Lucia, Martinique predator in Northern Colombia. benefactor reciprocates. The search is on 11:00 Music & Might: An International 9:00 Secrets of the Dead: After Stonehenge for Mark. George starts plan C. Military Spectacular 2016 — Featuring Explore the remains of a 3,000-year-old 9:00 Indian Summers Season 2 on General Colin Powell in a moving tribute English settlement that’s shedding Masterpiece — Three rivals vie for Sooni. to our nation’s military and our allies. new light on the ancient history of the The Maharajah tests Ralph and Madeline. western world. 11 FRIDAY Sarah starts a new life. Aafrin and Alice 10:00 Secrets of the Dead: Carthage’s Lost 7:00 FOCUS play with fire. Warriors — In 146 BC, as the Romans 7:30 Articulate - TBA 10:00 Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries: Death conquered the vast Carthaginian Empire 8:00 Antiques Roadshow (See 11/10, 7pm) and Hysteria — Phryne’s Aunt Prudence in North Africa, thousands of people fled opens her home to psychiatrist 9:00 British Antiques Roadshow their homeland taking refuge in South Hayden Samuels to conduct his 10:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Sherlock: America. sanatorium for ‘hysterical’ women. A Scandal In Belgravia — Sherlock and 11:00 EastEnders (Episodes 3227, 3228) 11:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Grantchester Watson are plunged into a case of It looks like suicide, but Reverend Sidney 7 MONDAY blackmail involving crafty dominatrix Chambers suspects murder. 7:00 Father Brown: The Invisible Man — The Irene Adler. circus brings death to Kembleford when a 3 THURSDAY 12 SATURDAY clown is murdered. 7:00 Antiques Roadshow: Mansion 6:00 Classic Gospel 8:00 Foyle’s War: Bleak Winter (Part 2 of 2) Masterpieces — A 1907 Robert Henri oil 7:00 Lawrence Welk: Salute to Famous 9:00 Inspector Morse: Deadly Slumber painting, an English giltwood cabinet Musical Families (Part 2 of 2) on-stand and more are appraised. 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 10:00 Whitechapel — Chandler and Miles 8:00 Dr. Blake Mysteries: If The Shoe Fits 9:00 As Time Goes By: Retrospective investigate the slaughter of four people at Doctor Blake is called to Patrick 10:00 Vicar of Dibley: Summer a tailor’s fortified workshop. Tyneman’s shoe factory where a migrant 11:00 Live From The Artists Den: Young the Giant 11:00 FOCUS worker has died using one of the machines. 12:00 Austin City Limits: My Morning Jacket/ 9:00 Death In Paradise — Richard sees the Ben Harper 8 TUESDAY dark side of show business when a come7:00 Scholastic Scrimmage: Becahi vs Pen Argyl HS 13 SUNDAY back concert ends in a public murder. 7:30 FOCUS 4:30 NOVA: Treasures of the Earth: Metals 10:00 Globe Trekker: Art Trails of the French 8:00 Lafayette Lens Election Edition Live Learn about the nature of metals and Riviera 10:00 Red Power Energy — A film from the how they have become the pillar of American Indian perspective that 4 FRIDAY human civilization. (Part 2; Re-airs 12am) reframes today’s controversial energy 7:00 FOCUS 5:30 FOCUS debate. 7:30 Articulate - TBA 6:00 D-Day 360 — Data gathered though 11:00 Jim Thorpe: World’s Greatest Athlete 8:00 Antiques Roadshow: Mansion forensic laser scanning, 3D computer Masterpieces (See 11/3, 7pm) 9 WEDNESDAY modeling and eye-witness accounts bring 7:00 Masterpiece: The Durrells in Corfu the battlefield to life as never before. 9:00 British Antiques Roadshow Leslie ends up in court; Margo settles into 7:00 Navy SEALs: The Untold Story — The 10:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Sherlock: her new job and Louisa has more man story of how these clandestine warriors The Great Game — Mycroft needs trouble. evolved in response to changing threats Sherlock’s help, but a remorseless 8:00 Poldark Season 2 on Masterpiece — A — from WWII to the War on Terror. criminal mastermind puts Sherlock on a fugitive points the way to riches. Ross and 9:00 Navy Heroes of Normandy — Chronicles distracting crime-solving spree via a series the free traders sail into a trap. Caroline the building and dedication of the first of hostage human bombs through which and Dwight hatch a plan. Demelza faces ever United States Navy monument in he speaks. house arrest. Normandy, France. 11:30 Rick Steves Europe 9:00 Indian Summers Season 2 on 10:00 America’s Veterans: A Musical Tribute 5 SATURDAY Masterpiece — Alice and Aafrin hatch an Performances by the U.S. Air Force Band 6:00 Classic Gospel ambitious plan with Cynthia’s help. Sooni and the Airmen of Note, the premier jazz


ensemble of the U.S. Air Force, and Max Impact, the U.S. Air Force Band’s premier rock band. EastEnders (Episodes 3229, 3230)

14 MONDAY 7:00 Father Brown: The Sign of the Broken Sword — A murder at the local army barracks using a legendary broken sword leads to investigation of a death at Dunkirk 13 years prior. 8:00 Foyle’s War: Casualties of War — Foyle has his hands full dealing with illegal gambling, sabotage, and his needy goddaughter at his doorstep. (Part 1 of 2) 9:00 Inspector Morse: The Day of the Devil A sociopathic but clever murderer who believes in the occult escapes from prison and returns to Oxford. (Part 1 of 2) 10:00 Whitechapel — A second mass murder occurs, the M.O. matches the first case. 11:00 FOCUS 15 TUESDAY 7:00 Scholastic Scrimmage: Notre Dame HS vs Southern Lehigh HS 7:30 FOCUS 8:00 Prince Philip: The Plot To Make A King 9:00 Inside The Court of Henry VIII 10:00 Secret of Henry VIII’s Palace 11:00 Secrets of Underground London 16 WEDNESDAY 7:00 Masterpiece: The Durrells in Corfu Bad moods and bad luck threaten to end the Durrells’ Greek idyll. 8:00 Poldark Season 2 on Masterpiece Ross plays the game he despises. George is on the brink of success. The copper mine yields a glimpse of hope. 9:00 Indian Summers Season 2 on Masterpiece — Aafrin faces a dire fate. Alice’s prospects are no less grim. 10:00 Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries: Game, Set & Murder — Miss Fisher hosts a tennis tournament, setting the scene for murder. 11:00 Masterpiece Mystery!: Grantchester An old woman tells Sidney that someone wants her dead. Then she dies. 17 THURSDAY 7:00 Antiques Roadshow: Junk in the Trunk 6 Travel to all six cities of the Season 20 tour. 8:00 Dr. Blake Mysteries: Game of Champions A contestant in a popular TV game show is electrocuted in his dressing room. 9:00 Death In Paradise — The owner of a former sugar plantation is found with a machete in his back. 10:00 Globe Trekker: Food Hour: The Story of Cheese 11:00 Secret Life of Cats — Learn about the abilities Mother Nature gave your cat. 18 FRIDAY 7:00 FOCUS 7:30 Articulate - TBA 8:00 Antiques Roadshow: Junk in the Trunk 6 (See 11/17, 7pm) 9:00 British Antiques Roadshow 10:00 Masterpiece Mystery! Sherlock: The Hounds of Baskerville — The hunt is on as Sherlock and John penetrate the


high-security labs of Baskerville in search of a demonic hound that may be no more than a delusion. Rick Steves Europe

19 SATURDAY 6:00 Classic Gospel 7:00 Lawrence Welk: Thanksgiving - America The Melting Pot 8:00 Keeping Up Appearances 9:00 As Time Goes By 10:00 The Vicar of Dibley: Christmas 11:00 Live from the Artists Den: Sturgill Simpson 12:00 Austin City Limits: Americana Music Festival 2016 20 SUNDAY 4:30 NOVA: Treasures of the Earth: Power Drill underground to see the treasures that power our world, today and into the future. (Part 3 of 3; Re-airs 12am) 5:30 FOCUS 6:00 Pilgrims: American Experience — The challenges the Pilgrims faced in making new lives for themselves still resonate almost 400 years later. 8:00 Secrets of the Dead: Jamestown’s Dark Winter — Forensic anthropologists excavate an early American colony of Jamestown, Virginia. 9:00 Al Capone: Icon 10:00 Bonnie And Clyde: American Experience 11:00 EastEnders (Episodes 3231, 3232) 21 MONDAY 7:00 Father Brown: The Last Man Kembleford’s new cricket captain is framed for murder. 8:00 Foyle’s War: Casualties of War (Part 2 of 2) 9:00 Inspector Morse: The Day of the Devil (Part 2 of 2) 10:00 Whitechapel — A fox runs through the streets of Whitechapel with a human arm. 11:00 FOCUS 22 TUESDAY 7:00 Scholastic Scrimmage: Wm. Allen HS vs Panther Valley HS 7:30 FOCUS 8:00 The Changing Face of the Queen Examines the way the Queen’s royal image and wardrobe have changed over the course of her life. 9:00 The Queen’s Garden 10:00 Secrets of Highclere Castle 11:00 Secrets of Chatsworth 23 WEDNESDAY 7:00 Masterpiece: The Durrells in Corfu Big plans are afoot, but the Durrells can’t decide whether to proceed. 8:00 Poldark Season 2 on Masterpiece Demelza and Ross wage bitter war. Elizabeth postpones a big event. Demelza toys with temptation. Ross’s good deed is repaid. Lady luck pays a visit. 9:00 Indian Summers Season 2 on Masterpiece — Aafrin tries to stop Alice and Charlie from leaving for England. A fateful roadblock awaits. Cynthia makes a surprise investment. Sooni has a rite of passage.

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Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries: Death Do Us Part — The man intent on killing Phryne’s father escapes from the hospital on the same night that a prominent scientist is murdered. Masterpiece Mystery!: Grantchester A shocking murder reveals the depths of homophobia in Cambridge.

24 THURSDAY through 27 SUNDAY 7:00pm 7:00 Downton Abbey Marathon — Relive the award-winning series from Season 1 through Season 6 in continuous episodes. Sponsored by RCN, Missing Piece, Josh Early Candies, Northampton Coin & Jewelry, and Foulkeways at Gwynedd

27 SUNDAY 7:00 Rock, Rhythm and Doo Wop — A once in-a-lifetime reunion of music legends. 9:00 Il Volo: Notte Magic — A Tribute to the Three Tenors 10:30 Max Raabe & Palast Orchester — A Berlin based orchestra specializing in music of the 20s and 30s. 28 MONDAY 7:00 Cirque Dreams Holidaze — A new cirque show, Broadway musical, and family Christmas spectacular all in one! 8:00 Kristin Chenoweth: Coming Home Emmy and Tony Award-winner Kristin Chenoweth brings it home — to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma that is — to perform music from her career. 9:30 Josh Groban: Stages — A collection of Josh Groban’s Broadway favorites. 11:00 Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts of Christmas Eve — A made-for-TV movie showcasing Christmas music. 29 TUESDAY 7:00 Scholastic Scrimmage: Catasauqua HS vs Salisbury HS 7:30 FOCUS 8:00 Rocktopia Live in Budapest: A Classical Revolution — A unique live concert experience celebrating a fusion of Classical Music, Classic Rock and Opera with original and one-of- a-kind musical arrangements. 9:30 Daniel O’Donnell: Stand Beside Me A concert celebration of Irish, country, gospel, rock, movie and long-time Daniel O’Donnell favorites. 30 WEDNESDAY 7:00 Trans-Siberian Orchestra: The Ghosts of Christmas Eve (See 11/28, 11pm) 8:00 Poldark Season 2 on Masterpiece The wars tempt Ross and Dwight. An enraged mob threatens George and Elizabeth. Ross and Demelza confront their demons. 9:00 Inside Poldark — Relive the thrilling first season of the swashbuckling romantic Poldark and a peek at what lies ahead. 10:30 Mannheim Steamroller 30/40 Live Celebrate 30 years of musical holiday and 40 years of fresh-aire compositions.

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ACROSS 1. The Allentown Band serenaded which “President To Be” at the Hotel Allen in Allentown during his Presidential Campaign stop in 1912?

Lehigh Valley and US Presidents

by Grover Silcox

The Lehigh Valley, PA has had an impact on many US presidents. This puzzle captures the direct influence that the Lehigh Valley has had on our nation’s Presidents.

4. Last name of the President who could write with both his right and left hands in Latin and Greek simultaneously? 6. Teddy Roosevelt spoke to a packed house at Allentown’s Lyric Theater while campaigning as a Third Party Candidate in 1912. What’s the name of the Lyric Theater today? (2 words) 9. James Buchanan, the only President from Pennsylvania, visited which Lehigh Valley city in 1856, just prior to his nomination for President by the Democratic Party? 11. In what city did U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy stay during his Campaign Stop in the Lehigh Valley in 1960? (Hint: Hotel was also named after its city) 15. Where in Allentown did Presidential Candidate Kennedy speak to an estimated crowd of 85,000 people? (2 words) 17. In 1968, Presidential Candidate Richard Nixon spoke to a crowd of 8,000 at this popular location in Allentown. 20. Last name of the President that sipped a beer at the Bethlehem Brew Works during a surprise campaign stop. 22. First name of the woman that President Harry Truman called the “First Lady Of The Whole World”? 25. Who was President when Prohibition was repealed? (2 words) 26. As John F. Kennedy’s Vice Presidential running mate in 1960, future President Lyndon Baines Johnson spoke to 4,500 partisans at this Ballroom in Allentown. 27. President Clinton greeted a crowd at which university in the Lehigh Valley region on January 25th 1995? 28. Pennsylvania’s vote went to Harry Truman’s opponent in the 1948 Presidential Election; name him. (Last name) 29. Last name of the shortest president (5’4”)?

5. Who was the only U.S. President elected four times? (2 words) 7. George Bush is related, on his mother’s side, to which President? (Last name) 8. As a U.S. Congressman, Abraham Lincoln served as a pallbearer for which Former President? (3 words) 10. Who was the first President that the Allentown Band serenaded? Hint: 1839 (3 words) 12. Who was the youngest person to become a U.S. President at age 42? (2 words)

30. According to Bethlehem-Based author, Mark 13. Last name of the President that served the Will-Weber, President Teddy Roosevelt served his shortest time in office? tennis partners at the White House this tasty libation 14. What was John Adams’ Political Party Affiliation? (2 words) 16. Which President was not considered a Military 31. In his first run for the Presidency in 1960, War Hero? JFK, William Henry Harrison, Calvin Richard Nixon spoke about foreign affairs at this Coolidge? (Last name of the three listed) Lehigh Valley college 18. Which High School Band played “Hail To The DOWN Chief” for President Harry Truman during his 1. Before Abraham Lincoln became a member of campaign stop in Bethlehem on Oct. 8th, 1948? the Republican Party, what was his Political Party 19. What was the name of the Hall at Moravian affiliation? College where presidential candidate John Kennedy 2. Who was the tallest President (6’4”)? spoke to a standing room only crowd? 3. Last name of the oldest President at the time of his Inauguration (Age 69)

21. Who was the youngest elected President of the United States? (Initials)

23. Last name of the president who received an Honorary Doctorate at Lafayette College on Nov. 1, 1946? 24. Who was the first president to serve in the White House? (Hint: at the time it was called “The Executive Mansion”) (2 words) 32. Did President Abraham Lincoln ever visit the Lehigh Valley?

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