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Youth Consciousness Show

* Bunny Waiter... splendid; Tosh, truly professional Peler Tosb disappointed his critics who expected another round of expletives and gave a truly professional and decent performance before an average sized

crowd at the Youth Consciousness Reggae Festival, - part One at the National Stadium on Saturday night, December 25. Tosh who has earned

anoronety for colouring his performances with "indecent language", the latest case being dunng his performance at the recent Jamaica Worl4 Music Festival in Montego Bay, told the crowd that although some people expected him to behave that "way, he would not as he was really

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Bunny Wailer and Peter Tosh are caught in differing moods at the Youth Consciousness •Reggae Festival held at the National Stadium on Christmas Day, Saturday, December 5. his hands" by the time he left the stage. Jimmy backed by his band, "Oneness", did some newer shots like "Treat the Youth Right","Bongo Man" and "Special" as well as older ones like "The Harder They Come" and "Many Rivers To Cross." The show which was (Continued on page 15)

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THE DAILY GLEANER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28,1982 Name of Applicant OERALD COURTENAY HYMAtt'of 14 Emmaville Crescent, Kingston 2 in the parish ot Kingston, Retired Clerk. A.83449. Date of Provisional Order of Approval 5th November, 1982 One insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY• 24th November, 1982 ALL THAT parcel of land part of PARADISE PEN known as TEN CLOVELLY ROAD in the parish of KINGSTON containing by survey Five Thousand Four Hundred and Nine Square Feet and Thirty Three Hundredths of a Square Foot of the shape and dimensions and butting as appears by the plan thereof dated the 16th of March, 1982 prepared by B. L. Rhoden Commissioned Land Surveyor and lodged with Application. (007376) ' Name of Applicant MARJORIE STEWART of Waugtl Hill District, Red Hills POST Office in the Parish of Sami Catherine, Domestic. Application No. 82270. Date of Provisional Order of Approval 5th November, 1982. One insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of pub/ hcation of first Advertisement. PROPERTY ' • 29th November, 1982 All THAT parcel of land part of'ROCK HALL called WAUGH HILL^m the Parish of SAINT CATHERINE containing by survey. One Rood Eleven Perches and Six tenths of a Perch of the shape and dimensions and butting as appears by the Plan thereof dated 4th July, 1980 prepared by D. St. A. Dixon, Commissioned Land Surveyor and lodged with Application. (007385)

Name of Applicant GLORIA C. CUMPER of 1C Braemar Avenue in the Parish of Saint Andrew, Attorney-atlaw. Application No. 82011. Date of Provisional Order of Approval 19th October, 1982. One insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions m the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within • which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY I 22nd November, 1982 ALL THAT parcel of land part of LONG BAY situate in the Parish of PORTLAND containing by estimation Two Roods and Fourteen Perches more or less and butting Northerly by the Main Road leading from Manchioneal to Port Antofiio Southerly by the Caribbean Sea Easterly on lands belonging to Alexander Aronson and Westerly on land belonging to Frank Browning.

Name of Applicant JARREK SAMUEL DENNIS Of Retreat Post Office in the parish of Saint Mary, Firmer. A. •3293. Date of Provisional Order of Approval. 28th October, 1982. One insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper." Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY 29th November, 1982 ALL THAT parcel of land part of DONALD'S LAND in the parish of SAINT MARY containing by survey Three Roods and Thirty Perches of the shape and dimensions and butting as appears by the plan thereof dated the 4th of November, 1976 prepared by Michael E. Marsh, Commissioned Land Surveyor and Lodged with application. (007953)

Name of Applicant | RUDOLPH ALTIMOND DYER bf Richmond Park Distric, Richmond Park P.O. in the Parish of CLARENDON. A. 81575 , Date of Provisional Order of Approval 11th January, 1982. One • insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY 28th January, 1982 ALL THAT parcel of land part of RICHMOND PARK in the Parish of CLARENDON containing Iby Estimation Three Acres more or less and butting Northerly by lands belonging to John Anderson Southerly by a Parochial Road, running from powens Gate to Richmond Park; Easterly on lands belonging to Vivian Marshelleck, Westerly on lands belonging to John Dyer. (003011)

Name of Applicant AUDLEY RICHARDS of Charles Town in the parish of Saint Mary, Retired. A. 83451. Date of Provisional Order of Approval 24th November, 1982. One insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY 9th December, 1982 ALL THAT parcel of land part of ROSS COMMON in the parish of SAINT MARY containing by survey Two Roods Twentyfive Perches and Three-tenths of a Perch of the shape and dimensions and butting as appears by the plan thereof dated the 2nd of March, 1978, prepared by Michael E. Marsh, Commissioned Land Surveyor and-Lodged with Application. (007955)

CC--H-T-O Import permits for '82 the needs, grouses and problems\of the exporters, Present at the meeting with the Trade Administrator were Mr. Geoff Messado, President of the J.E.A.'s 1st Vicc-President and Chairman of the Association's Committee on Government Financial Institutions; Mr. Ian Murphy* Miss Sharleen Sleem and Mr. John Ramson, members of the Committee; and Miss Daphne McHardy as an observer. Among the wide-ranging subjects discussed at the 'meeting was the new structure of the Trade Board which had recently been outlined to the private sector representatives by-the Minister of Industry-and Com-, merce, The Hon. Douglas Vaz, and the Minister of State, the Hon. Anthony Johnson, at a meeting at the Ministry. DURING THE COURSE Of* THE MEETING and a tour-of the Trade Board Complex which followed, the Trade Administrator made the point that it was important that those companies which had not yet submitted the quota information recently rcqueited by the Trade Board should furnish this information on an

Science proves the pill reduces risk of cancer

Name of Applicant DORCAS WALTERS of 9 Saturn Avenue, Kingston 17 in The parish of Saint Andrew, School Teacher. A. 83515 Date of Provisional Order of Approval 22nd November, 1982. One insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement PROPERTY 7th December, 1982. ALL THAT parcel of land part of ALEXANDRIA in the parish of'SAINT ANN Containing by survey Three Acres Thirty-eight Perches and Six-tenths of a Perch of the shape and dimensions and butting as appears by the plan thereof dated the 17th of September, 1975, prepared by Arthur V. Foreman, Commissioned Land Surveyor and lodged with Application. (007765)

ALL THAT parcel of land situate at MAY DAY in the parish of MANCHESTER together containing by survey Five Acres One Rood and Five-tenths of a Perch of the plan thereof dated the 29th of January, 1981 prepared by D.L Rowe, Commissioned land surveyor and Lodged with applications and being the land comprised in Certificates of Title registered at Volume 817 Folio 58 and Volume 942 Folio 9. (007981)

Name of Applicant CORA KITSON of Mount Zion in the parish of Saint Ann Farmer. A. 83584. Date of Provisional Order of Approval 8th November, 1982 One insertion in the Jamaica Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY 1st December, 1982 ALL THAT parcel of land part of MOUNT ZION in the parish of SAINT ANN containing by stimation One Acre and Tw< Roods more or less and buttinj Northerly on lands belonging t! Harold Parkes, Easterly on a Gully separating the said land from lands belonging to the Ministry of Agriculture Souther ly partly on lands belonging to Adassa Gibbs and partly on lands belonging to Annie Wes and Westerly on the Moun Zion Bottom Street which leads from the Mount Zion-Rose Hal Parochial Road to Llandovery Property. (007975)

the incidence of non-canbreast tumors. One study cerous cysts of the ovary earned out recently by the and iron-deficiency anaeU.S.- centres for .disease mia. control reported no increased incidence of breast cancer among women who take the pill. Moreover, it was found that neither the length of time women take the pill nor the time since first use had any effect on the risk of cancer. Another finding related to the pill concerned cancer of the lining of the womb. The centres for disease control found that the risk of that form of cancer among pill-users was half that of women who never took it. Other studies have found: — the pill provides some protection against Ovarian cancer even up to 10 years after^ women had_ stopped taking it. In addition, the protection was ' the greatest among women who had taken the pill for the longest period of time. About half dozen different studies in Britain and the U.S. reached the same conclusion. The pill protects women against pelvic inflammation, a disease which leads to blockage of one or both of the fallopian tubes. Pelvic inflammation often results in sterility in women. Hbwever, medical experts are unsure as to the methods of protection, but they believe it may , very well turn out to be one of the greatest benefits of the pill, other than contracepTICKETS: $20 Reserved, $15 Chairs, tion. Studies in Britain have $10 Rollaways. found that the pill did not prevent women from havAVAILABLE AT:— ing children after terminatTIMES STORE, King St., & Tropical Plaza ing its use. Oral contraceptives reNEW KINGSTON HOTEL duce the pain and symptoms ^ of premenstrual & NATIONAL ARENA. tension as well as reduce

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ain and the United States, for instance, and these concerns were based on previous research. Now the latest studies indicate that many of those fears may have been groundless" Name of Applicant Mr. Ribeiro's assessHSZEKIAH JAMES of Name of Applicant ment of the significance of Petersfield, Carron HaH in the MIRIAM MERCHANT of Dalthe research was echoed parish of Saint Mary, Farmer. vey District, Dalvey Post Office, A. B3533 in the parish of Saint Thomas. recently by the* Chief Date of Provisional Order of A. 83452. Obstetrician and GynaecoApproval . 22nd November, Date of Provisional Order of 1982. One insertion in the JaApproval 24th November, 1982. logist at the Milton S. maica Gazette. Three weekly One insertion in the Jamaica i. Hershey Medical Centre in insertions in the Daily Gleaner Gazette. Three weekly inser' Name of Applicant Period within Hershey, Pennsylvania, Dr. YHE'OPHILUS FORBES of Buff tions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. which Caveat may be entered Newspaper. Period within Ronald A. Chez, who said, Bay', Portland: A. 82063 seven weeks after date of pubwhich Caveat may be entered Date of Provisional Order of seven weeks after date of pub"we have knocked the pill lication of first Advertisement Approval 12th July, 1982. One lication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY for too long, only now are insertion in the Jamaica Ga9th December, 1982 PROPERTY we beginning to underzette. Three weekly insertions ALL THAT parcel of land part 9th December, 1982 in the Daily Gleaner Newspaof PETERSFIELD in the parish ALL THAT parcel of land part stand what it does." per. Period within which Caveat .of DALVEY in the parish ot of SAINT MARY containing by The recent research to survey One Acre Three Roods may be entered seven weeks 'SAINT THOMAS containing by Fourteen Perches and Onewhich both the CFPA Proafter date of publication of first survey .One Rood and Four Pertenth of a Perch of the shape ches of the shape and dimenAdvertisement. gramme Coordinator and and dimensions and butting as sions and butting as appears PROPERTY the American Medical Exappears by the plan thereof by the plan thereof dated the 21st July, 1982 pen referred suggests that ALL THAT parcel of land part 20th of October, 1976, pre-dated the 6th of October, 1981 prepared by Michael E. Marsh, pared by H. G. Walker & Assoof INDUSTRY in the parish of the pill was a source of Commissioned Land Surveyor ciates, Commissioned Land PORTLAND containing by estiand lodged with Application. Surveyors and lodged with Apconsiderable health -benemation One Hundred Acres plication (007958) And the Caribbean fits to women who take it. more or less and butting North- <000220) Family Planning affiliaerly on lands of Ludlow HaughWhile oral contracepton, Southerly on Green Hill Name of Applicant tion, the only regional tive have not been deNAME OF APPLICANT ENID MAIR and' SYDNEY Property Easterly on lands of SAMUEL ANDERSON of Hope organisation which de- clared entirely free of SIMMS both of Watchwell PostRachel Tyrell, and Westerly on Bay P.O. In the parish of Portal Agency, in the Parish of Saint lands of David Francis votes full energies to some side-effects, the findland, Field Assistant. ApplicaElizabeth, Housewife and tion No. 83227. Farmer respectively. 'ApplicaName of Applicant population matters in ings indicate that evidently Date of Provisional Order of tion No. 82940. REYNOLDS JAMAICA MINES the Caribbean, feels the they protect many women LTD..,, a Corporation organised Approval 28th October, 1982. Date of Provisional Order of from getting cancers, parand existing under and by vir- One insertion in the Jamaica Approval 12th October, 1982. research findings should One insertion in the Jamaica tue "of the laws of the state of Gazette. Three weekly insergo a long why in elimi- ticularly those of the Delaware m the United States tions in the Daily Gleaner Gazette. Three weekly inserPeriod within tions in the Daily Gleaner of 'America and having an Of- Newspaper. nating most of the fears ovaries and of the lining of fice'at Richmond in the State of which Caveat may be entered Newspaper. Period within the Uterus. held by women in the Virginia in the United States of seven weeks after date of pubwhich Caveat may be entered Scientists have conseven weeks after date of pubAmerica and its principal place lication of first Advertisement. region. PROPERTY of business in Jamaica is at lication of first Advertisement. cluded that women who ALL THAT parcel of land part PROPERTY -"•) Lydford in the parish ot Saint "We think the re- have taken the pill continof SHREWSBURY in the parish 29th November, 1982 Ann. A. 80951. search findings are rele- ue to be protected as long ALL THAT parcel of .land part Date of Provisional Order of iof PORTLAND containing by of GENEVA in the Parish of Approval 22nd November, estimation Sixteen Perches vant to the Caribbean as 10 years after they have and Thirty-two Hundredths of a 1982. One insertion in the JaSAINT ELIZABETH containing and people should be stopped using it. , .. maica Gazette. Three weekly Perch more or less and butting by survey Sixty-three Acres One Rood Eight Perches and insertions in the Daily Gleaner Westerly on lands belonging to "What the researchers aware of them," says Nine tenths of a Perch of the Newspaper. Period within Simeon Morson, Easterly on lands belonging to Louise DoAnthony Ribeiro, the are saying now," said the shape and dimensions and butwhich Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of pub- novan and occupied by Ketuting as appears by the Plan programme coordinator CFPA official, "is that the rah Passley, Northerly on lands thereof dated 26th March, 1981 lication of first Advertisement risks associated with the belonging to Levi Nolan and by PROPERTY prepared by D.L. Rowe, Com- of the CFPA. a Four feet Bridle Track and missioned Land Surveyor and 9th December, 1982. pill may have been over"Women in the CaribSoutherly by the Main Road ', ALL THAT parcel of land part Lodged with Application. of LYDFORD PEN in the parish leading from Hope Bay to Fruit(007974) bean have entertained fears stated. of SAINT ANN containing by ful Vale., similar to women in BritThe first study cited by survey Three1 Roods Twenty- (007997) seven Perches and Six-tenths Mr. Ribeiro, a former Perof'? Perch of the shape and manent Secretary in the Name of Applicant Youth Show dimensions and butting a* apFRANCIS TAYLOR BOOTHE pears by the plan thereof dated Ministry of Health in St. of Sedge Pond in the parish of "Saggitarius" band. (Continued from page 4) the 14th of May, 1976, pro Kitts-Nevis, was carried Clarendon, c/o E. F. Patricia pared by D. L. Rowe, Commisplanned to start at 6 p.m. The Shaolin Kid, Sam out by the Royal College sioned Land Surveyor and Harvey, Attorney-at-law, 40 Main Street, May Pen. A. lodged with Application. did not get,$iderway until and Faye and Oko Onoura of General Practitioners in 83231. (007738) Date of Provisional Order of after 8 p.m., with the also performed and Mas- Britain. Its results have Approval 26th October, 1982. Name of Applicant "Roots Radix Band" back- ters of Ceremonies were shown that contrary to a One insertion in the Jamaica MARIE MANGAROO and HA ing young female artist, Bagga Brown and Winston previously-held scientific ZEL MANGAROO of 1701 Adee Gazette. Three weekly inser\ Williams . Towards the view, the pill did not cause T Avenue,. Bronx, New York and tions in the Daily Gleaner Nadine Sutherland. Newspaper. Period within 2761 N.W. 20 Street, Lauder end of his act, Bunny breast cancer, even in dale Lake, Florida 33311 both which Caveat may be entered She was followed by Wailer invited the world women .who had taken it seven weeks after date of pubin the United States of Ameri Judy Mowatt backed by famousr^eggae duet of Sly for many years. ca. Dressmaker and Hairdress- lication of first Advertisement. PROPERTY er respectively. A. 83250 "One Vibes" band and Dunbar on drums and 1st December, 1982 Date of Provisional Order of Because breast cancer Marcia Griffiths doing her Robby Shakesspeare on ALL THAT parcel of land part Approval 24th November, 1982. was the most common One insertion in the Jamaica ot SEDGE POND in the parish latent single "Electric Boobass to join him onstage. Gazette. Three weekly inser- of CLARENDON containing by gie ,Woogie" among other Peter, Bunny, Jimmy and form of the disease among tions in the Daily Gleaner survey One Rood Thirty-one shots with the backing of Judy Mowatt teamed up women and a leading cause Newspaper. Period within Perches and Two-tenths of a which Caveat may be entered Perch of the shape and dimennear the end to do Bob of death, concern had seven weeks after date of pub- sions and butting as appears by the plan thereof dated the SOLUTION to. 17,175 Marley's "No Woman No been expressed that there lication of first Advertisement 17th of January, 1974 prepared PROPERTY Cry" while Peter, Bunny may have been a link beBQQECDHQ aaajciDu by N.W. Irvine, Commissioned - 7th December, 1982 B H D a a D a and Jimmy did other Mar- tween the pill and that ALL THAT parcel of land part Land Surveyor and lodged with ley songs "Keep On Mov- type of cancer. •of.RED HILLS called BENDON Application. H Q a a REST in the parish of SAINT (007952) ing" and "Stand Up. For EBQEEQOH CATHERINE containing by surBut the Royal College Your Rights" as the finale. Name of Applicant vey Two Acres Two Roods has found that women BEE HOMES LIMITED a ComThirty-nine Perches and NineIntermittent showers af- who use oral contraceptenths of a Perch of the shape pany duly incorporated under and dimensions and butting at the Laws of Jamaica and havfected the show from the tives have a reduced inciappears by the plan thereof ing its registered Office at HUQQBH QBQEQDaQ start resulting in a rush for dated the 18th of June, 1975 Manchester Shopping Centre, a a B Q a E D1 empty seats in" less prepared by B. H. Rhoden, Mandeville in the parish of EEQQQQ HQEnBEDQ Commissioned Land Surveyor Manchester. A. 83518. H E D B B Q Q crowded areas. The crowd Date of Provisional Order of and lodged with Application. was about average with Approval . 13th December, (007766) 1982 One insertion in the JaYnttrdaj'i Quick Solntlox many empty places around maica Gazette. Three weekly Name of Applicant ACROSS: 7 Bellow. » Starea, It the stadium, four those REUBEN GEORGE MENZIE of insertions in the Daily Gleaner Enticed. U Adieu. 12 Vent, U Ledfe. (Continued from Page 12) Period within 17 Camel. M Shoe, B Inapt. ZJ Con- who attended seemed to Treadways in the parish of Newspaper. which Caveat may be entered coct, Z4 Cherry. 25 Dragon. DOWN: have enjoyed every bit of t KARS AUTHOR 4-M (A. Saint Catherine. A. 83576. I Observe, t Blatant. 1 Coach. I KaageeOTU Date of Provisional Order of seven weeks after date of pub- Strange, S Grain, ( luuej 9 Adher- the programme. ence. M Pattern, »TBrpnff, II 3 Don Corleone 4-132 (G. HoApproval 24th November, 1982. lication of first Advertisement. Destiny, U Witch. M Hazel, tl _ PROPERTY One insertion in the Jamaica ' Balford Henry. Sang)nk Angry. 17th December, 1982 Gazette. Three weekly insertions in the Daily Gleaner Newspaper. Period within which Caveat may be entered seven weeks after date of publication of first Advertisement PROPERTY 1st December, 1982 ALL THAT parcel of land part of RAZA MOUNT in the parish of SAINT CATHERINE contaming by survey Four Acres Three Roods and Thirty-one Perches of the shape "and dimensions and butting • as appears by the plan thereof dated the-6th of May, 1978 prepared by-Jt:be1 T. Masters, Commissioned Land Surveyor and lodged with application. (007767)

arrangements are in place for consideration of all.* licence applications in the normal way. • AT THE.COMMITTEE'S request, Mr. McKie r said that all funds accessed during \he calendar year. 1983 will be taken off the 1983 quotas whether the goods were imported on a revalidated 1982 licence or a Current 1983 licence. However, goods arriving in Jamaica before December 31, 1982 wifl not be taken off the 1983 quotas even though the goods may be cleared during January 1983. Speaking at the end of the meeting and the tour of; the Trade Board facilities, Mr. Messado said that the • meeting between the J.E.A.'s Committee and the Trade Administrator was a "very useful and mstruc'tive" one.,' He pointed to the fact that the Committee on Government Financial Instutitions had a programme of regular meetings with 'the heads and senior officers of the-. B.O.J. the Trade Board, J.E.C.I.C. and similar units and , had the responsibility of monitoring and seeking to resolve importer's complaints and grouses relating to these Government Departments. Mr. Matross-Mclntosh said that the meeting and the tour were indeed an eye-opener, and he complimented the Trade Administrator, his Task Force and the staff on "the excellent )ob" which had been done in completely transforming the Trade Board and its machinery into what now appeared to be an efficiently-run organization. t Mr. McKie said that the Trade Board desired to establish closer communication links with the importing public and that he welcomed these consultations which were a means of educating and informing the Trade 'Board's clients, as well as advising and informing the Trade Board itself.

urgent basis as it is intended that the quotas for 1983 imports wilt be released during January. At the request of the J.E.A.'s Committee, the Chairman of the Trade. Board said that the quotas to be authorized will be directly related to the country's Foreign Exchange budget and will include any available cash licences and all- Lines of Credit, with the exception of the Export Development Fund and the Rehabilitation Fund. . . The Trade Administrator outlined the newly-instituted procedures whereby a Department has been established to check each licence application submitted, for accuracy and correctness of information; and to see that the forms are properly prepared before they are entered into the system. This, the Trade Administrator said, will eliminate the need for the time-consuming return of licences for corrections o'f minor details. , Mr. McKie told the J.E.A.'s Cqmmittee that it was incorrect for some members of the public to assume that only companies or'persons who are assigned quotas will be eligible to receive licences during 1983. Quotaholders will obviously be treated on a priority basis, but

CAN WOMEN IN THE CARIBBEAN who have had fears about possible side-effects of the birth control pill now find happiness using the oral contraceptive with the full knowledge that it pffers protection against cancer? Based on the results of various studies carried out in Britain, the United States and other countries the answer is "yes".

WONDROUS WORLD Japanese typewriter A European typewriter has about 80 characters, but a Japanese typist must operate over 3,000. These characters are placed cldseiy together at the bottom of the typewriter apparatus. A handle is .moved over the type needed and then pressed down. It is possible to set the type in horizontal or perpendicular lines — from the left to the right. When Japan introduced the Japanese script, 17,000 years ago there were 40,000 characters. later these were reduced to 1,850 and supplemented with a system of phonetic spelling signs called "Katakane," which also has the important job of adapting words of foreign origin to Japanese. A fast Japanese types an average of 714 words during the course of 10 minutes, whereas a European types three times as many. Vr,.w.ii|nltration-Bureau

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