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More than 200 scholars from 35 countries dealt with New Aspects of Sport History.Seen within the context of globalisation and worldwide ideological conflict, the technological development and political and economic changes of the past two decades have had a significant impact on the area of Sport and Physical Education. New challenges have emerged for Sports Science, in general, and for Sport History, in particular.The 9th ISHPES Congress focused on innovative trends as well as on new research and dissemination methodologies, new paradigms and fields of interest. It aimed to underline the relevance of Sport History for the future development of sport and its essential role in intercultural dialogue.This volume 13/1 of the ISHPES-Studies contains 66 papers. They give an interesting insight into almost all the congress sessions, for example: Minorities and National Identity, Eastern Europe: Sport in the Transition of the Growing European Community, Biographies, Significance of Sports Museums and Methodological Approaches.In volume 13/2 'The Olympic Lectures' the ISOH publishes all 28 presentations of the conference proceedings on Olympic issues.There is a special price of 54,00 Euro for volume 13 containing volume 13/1 and 13/2.Contents1. Greek Antiquity: Evangelos Albanidis: The Admission of 'Barbarians' to Greek Gymnasia during the Hellenistic and Roman Periods œ Sotiris G. Giatsis: How did Byzantine Authors approach Sport? œ István Kertész: The Development of Connections between the Macedonian Royal House and Olympia. From Alexander I to Philip II2. Sport History, Minorities and National Identity: Evelyne Combeau-Mari: 'Histoire du sport et identité locale'. Histoire du sport et histoire coloniale en France œ Tony Froissart: 'Jeux du Val-d'Oise' et stratégies d'identité locale 1972-2005 œ Gigliola Gori: Culture of the Body, Sporting Traditions and Local Identity in Urbino œ Haim Kaufman: Israeli Sports - From National Pride to Political Hostility œ Kevin B. Wamsley, Michael K. Heine: Fair Game: Indigenous Peoples and the Physical Culture Exhibits of World Expositions œ Uri Yaron, Jacov Sobovitz: Haifa and its Contribution to the Maccabiah Games: The Creation of Society3. Sport in European History: Lorenz Peiffer: Kontinuität und Diskontinuität: Richtlinien für Leibeserziehung in deutschen Jungenschulen 1937 œ Vesa Vares: The National Side of Finnish Sport and the Finnish-German Sport Relations during the 1930s œ Serge Vaucelle Une histoire des jeux d'exercice pour 'un autre Moyen Âge'? œ Marek Waic: Die Beziehungen zwischen tschechischen und deutschen Ruderern in den böhmischen Ländern und in der Tschechoslowakei als Widerspiegelung nationaler Aspirationen4. Gymnastics, Sport and Politics: André Gounot: Le projet de recherche 'Manifestations sportives - mises en scène politiques' et la perspective comparative œ Denis Jallat: Les régates du Cercle de voile de Paris à la fin du 19ème siècle: une organisation au service d'enjeux politiques de classe. Essai de comparaison entre la France et l'Angleterre œ Tokuro Yamamoto: Jahns 'Turnen' und GutsMuths' 'Gymnastik': Unterschiede und Bedeutung5. Biographies: Alar Lipping: Lillian D. Wald: Social Settlement Workers and Public Recreation Reform of the Urban Frontier œ Jan C. Rode: New Aspects of Sport History - Introducing the Biography of Willi Daume œ Patricia Vertinsky: Tasting the Apples from Hitler's Tree: Comparing the Impact of Kurt Hahn and Rudolf Laban6. Eastern Europe: Sport in Transition in the Growing European Community: Tomasz Jurek: Sport und nationale Minderheiten in Polen vor 1939 œ Ewa Kalamacka: The Health and Hygienic Aspects of Physical Education as seen by Polish Physicians (until 1914). Their Importance for Teacher Training œ Daimar Lell: Sport - Unifier of a Tiny Nation. The Estonian Example œ Bernard Woltmann: Polnische Sportorganisationen in Deutschland (1889-1939)7. The Significance of Sports Museums: Martin Ehlers: Sicherung und Erschließung von sporthistorischen Quellen in Baden-Württemberg œ Roland Renson: Sportimonium: The Statics and Dynamics of the Sports Museum Flanders œ Hans Stollenwerk: Visitors to the German Sports and Olympic Museum. Results of a Survey œ Kalle Voolaid: Improved Possibilities. Essential Changes at the Estonian Sports Museum8. Individual and Team Sports: Lars Friese: The Genesis and Genealogy of the Game of Volleyball · Haimo Groenen: Une histoire culturelle et comparée des méthodes d'entraînement de judo en France et en Belgique: intérêts et limites · Joo-Hwa Kim: An Historical Study on the Globalisation of Taekwondo and the Prospects of the Taekwondo Park · Simon Martin: Fascists, Miracles and a Laughing Cavalier. The Politicisation of Football and the Football-isation of Politics in 20th Century Italy · Vianney Mascret: Pratique compétitive et activités de loisirs: des relations ambiguës. L'exemple de la nage avec palmes · Hideaki Ôkubo: Sportaktivitäten im alten Oberschulsystem Japans. Das Leben im J–dô-Club im Spiegel von Übungstagebüchern · Frédéric Savre, Jean Saint-Martin, Thierry Terret: Le Vélo Tout Terrain: une invention californienne des années 1970 · Pierre-Olaf Schut: Les limites de la sportivisation. Le cas de la spéléologie · David Terry: Early Football in England 11th-16th Centuries: A Social Appraisal · Uwe Wick: FIFA Fussball-Weltmeisterschaft 2006: Das Ruhrgebiet als Fußballregion - ein lokales und regionales Ausstellungsprojekt zur Identitätsstiftung durch Fußball9. Sport, War and Religion: Heiko Bittmann: Über den respektvollen Gruß (rei) in den japanischen Kampfkünsten · Yuan-Min Hsu: Choices under the Flames of War: The Teaching of Military Drill Materials in Schools during the Early 20th Century · Chin-Fang Kuo: To Promote Physical Education or Religion? An Accidental History of the YMCA in China · Miroslaw Ponczek, Adam Fryc: The Attitude of the Roman Catholic Church towards Sport and Tourism at the Turn of the 20th Century · Wei-Chin Tai: The Intimate Ties between the Imperial Chinese Military Service Examination and Martial Arts, and the effects on Modern Physical Education · Floris J.G. van der Merwe: Decisive Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Sports and Games in the Concentration Camps during the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-190210. Gender Aspects: Annette Hofmann, Alexandra Preuß: Female Eagles of the Air: Developments in Women's Ski-Jumping · Henri Humbert, Thierry Terret: Masculinité et violence Sportives. Un panorama de la presse française (1890-1970) · Leena Laine: Women Gymnasts as Civil Actors: Experiences in the History of a Women's Gymnastics Society · Gerd von der Lippe: Female Ski-Jumpers in Norway: Against Nature · Enn Mainla: Ernst Idla's Women's Gymnastics. Estonian Herald in the World · Fred Mason, Kevin B. Wamsley: The Serving Sportsman and the Sporting Soldier: War-Time Masculinities in the Canadian Press11. Sport, Images, Film and Music: Hans-Dieter Krebs: Johann Heinrich Schmelzer - der erste 'Sportkomponist'? · Aino Sarje: Photographs of Gymnastics and other Sports as Valuable Documents in Sport History Research: Neglected Considerations · Christian Vivier, Jean-François Loudcher: Utilisation de la représentation picturale en histoire du sport: quelques images de combats de boxe historiques comme exemples12. New Perspectives: Ethics, Fair Play, Globalisation: Ask Vest Christiansen: Doping, Fair Play and the Dilemmas of Government Sponsored Sports Institutions · Russell Field: Overlooked Participants: Spectators in Early 20th Century Commercial Sport · Gertrud Pfister: Watching Sport - A Universal Phenomenon? · Vladimir Rodichenko, Alexander Kontanistov: A National Model of a Fair Play Movement: The Russian Example13. Methodological Approaches: Lutz Eichenberger: Unterricht in Sportgeschichte in der deutschen Schweiz seit 1922 · Dzintra Grundmane: The Student Course Paper as an Improvement of Research Experience · Piotr Godlewski: The Heterogeneous Nature of the History of Sport. A Look from the East · Laurence Munoz: L'association sportive et son histoire · Kai Reinhart: Informelle Sport-Szenen in der DDR - Schlaglichter aus einer empirischen Studie und ihre Analyse mit Hilfe der Theorie Michel Foucaults · Claus Tiedemann: Was ist der Gegenstand der Sportwissenschaft?14. Belated Papers from the ISHPES Congress in Urbino: Tomasz Jurek: Leibeserziehung und Sport der deutschen Minderheit in Polen vor 1939 · István Kertész: The Integrating Role of Sport in the Hellenistic World

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More than 200 scholars from 35 countries dealt with New Aspects of Sport History.Seen within the context of globalisation and worldwide ideological conflict, the technological development and political and economic changes of the past two decades have had a significant impact on the area of Sport and Physical Education. New challenges have emerged for Sports Science, in general, and for Sport History, in particular.The 9th ISHPES Congress focused on innovative trends as well as on new research and dissemination methodologies, new paradigms and fields of interest. It aimed to underline the relevance of Sport History for the future development of sport and its essential role in intercultural dialogue.This volume 13/1 of the ISHPES-Studies contains 66 papers. They give an interesting insight into almost all the congress sessions, for example: Minorities and National Identity, Eastern Europe: Sport in the Transition of the Growing European Community, Biographies, Significance of Sports Museums and Methodological Approaches.In volume 13/2 'The Olympic Lectures' the ISOH publishes all 28 presentations of the conference proceedings on Olympic issues.There is a special price of 54,00 Euro for volume 13 containing volume 13/1 and 13/2.Contents1. Greek Antiquity: Evangelos Albanidis: The Admission of 'Barbarians' to Greek Gymnasia during the Hellenistic and Roman Periods œ Sotiris G. Giatsis: How did Byzantine Authors approach Sport? œ István Kertész: The Development of Connections between the Macedonian Royal House and Olympia. From Alexander I to Philip II2. Sport History, Minorities and National Identity: Evelyne Combeau-Mari: 'Histoire du sport et identité locale'. Histoire du sport et histoire coloniale en France œ Tony Froissart: 'Jeux du Val-d'Oise' et stratégies d'identité locale 1972-2005 œ Gigliola Gori: Culture of the Body, Sporting Traditions and Local Identity in Urbino œ Haim Kaufman: Israeli Sports - From National Pride to Political Hostility œ Kevin B. Wamsley, Michael K. Heine: Fair Game: Indigenous Peoples and the Physical Culture Exhibits of World Expositions œ Uri Yaron, Jacov Sobovitz: Haifa and its Contribution to the Maccabiah Games: The Creation of Society3. Sport in European History: Lorenz Peiffer: Kontinuität und Diskontinuität: Richtlinien für Leibeserziehung in deutschen Jungenschulen 1937 œ Vesa Vares: The National Side of Finnish Sport and the Finnish-German Sport Relations during the 1930s œ Serge Vaucelle Une histoire des jeux d'exercice pour 'un autre Moyen Âge'? œ Marek Waic: Die Beziehungen zwischen tschechischen und deutschen Ruderern in den böhmischen Ländern und in der Tschechoslowakei als Widerspiegelung nationaler Aspirationen4. Gymnastics, Sport and Politics: André Gounot: Le projet de recherche 'Manifestations sportives - mises en scène politiques' et la perspective comparative œ Denis Jallat: Les régates du Cercle de voile de Paris à la fin du 19ème siècle: une organisation au service d'enjeux politiques de classe. Essai de comparaison entre la France et l'Angleterre œ Tokuro Yamamoto: Jahns 'Turnen' und GutsMuths' 'Gymnastik': Unterschiede und Bedeutung5. Biographies: Alar Lipping: Lillian D. Wald: Social Settlement Workers and Public Recreation Reform of the Urban Frontier œ Jan C. Rode: New Aspects of Sport History - Introducing the Biography of Willi Daume œ Patricia Vertinsky: Tasting the Apples from Hitler's Tree: Comparing the Impact of Kurt Hahn and Rudolf Laban6. Eastern Europe: Sport in Transition in the Growing European Community: Tomasz Jurek: Sport und nationale Minderheiten in Polen vor 1939 œ Ewa Kalamacka: The Health and Hygienic Aspects of Physical Education as seen by Polish Physicians (until 1914). Their Importance for Teacher Training œ Daimar Lell: Sport - Unifier of a Tiny Nation. The Estonian Example œ Bernard Woltmann: Polnische Sportorganisationen in Deutschland (1889-1939)7. The Significance of Sports Museums: Martin Ehlers: Sicherung und Erschließung von sporthistorischen Quellen in Baden-Württemberg œ Roland Renson: Sportimonium: The Statics and Dynamics of the Sports Museum Flanders œ Hans Stollenwerk: Visitors to the German Sports and Olympic Museum. Results of a Survey œ Kalle Voolaid: Improved Possibilities. Essential Changes at the Estonian Sports Museum8. Individual and Team Sports: Lars Friese: The Genesis and Genealogy of the Game of Volleyball · Haimo Groenen: Une histoire culturelle et comparée des méthodes d'entraînement de judo en France et en Belgique: intérêts et limites · Joo-Hwa Kim: An Historical Study on the Globalisation of Taekwondo and the Prospects of the Taekwondo Park · Simon Martin: Fascists, Miracles and a Laughing Cavalier. The Politicisation of Football and the Football-isation of Politics in 20th Century Italy · Vianney Mascret: Pratique compétitive et activités de loisirs: des relations ambiguës. L'exemple de la nage avec palmes · Hideaki Ôkubo: Sportaktivitäten im alten Oberschulsystem Japans. Das Leben im J–dô-Club im Spiegel von Übungstagebüchern · Frédéric Savre, Jean Saint-Martin, Thierry Terret: Le Vélo Tout Terrain: une invention californienne des années 1970 · Pierre-Olaf Schut: Les limites de la sportivisation. Le cas de la spéléologie · David Terry: Early Football in England 11th-16th Centuries: A Social Appraisal · Uwe Wick: FIFA Fussball-Weltmeisterschaft 2006: Das Ruhrgebiet als Fußballregion - ein lokales und regionales Ausstellungsprojekt zur Identitätsstiftung durch Fußball9. Sport, War and Religion: Heiko Bittmann: Über den respektvollen Gruß (rei) in den japanischen Kampfkünsten · Yuan-Min Hsu: Choices under the Flames of War: The Teaching of Military Drill Materials in Schools during the Early 20th Century · Chin-Fang Kuo: To Promote Physical Education or Religion? An Accidental History of the YMCA in China · Miroslaw Ponczek, Adam Fryc: The Attitude of the Roman Catholic Church towards Sport and Tourism at the Turn of the 20th Century · Wei-Chin Tai: The Intimate Ties between the Imperial Chinese Military Service Examination and Martial Arts, and the effects on Modern Physical Education · Floris J.G. van der Merwe: Decisive Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Sports and Games in the Concentration Camps during the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-190210. Gender Aspects: Annette Hofmann, Alexandra Preuß: Female Eagles of the Air: Developments in Women's Ski-Jumping · Henri Humbert, Thierry Terret: Masculinité et violence Sportives. Un panorama de la presse française (1890-1970) · Leena Laine: Women Gymnasts as Civil Actors: Experiences in the History of a Women's Gymnastics Society · Gerd von der Lippe: Female Ski-Jumpers in Norway: Against Nature · Enn Mainla: Ernst Idla's Women's Gymnastics. Estonian Herald in the World · Fred Mason, Kevin B. Wamsley: The Serving Sportsman and the Sporting Soldier: War-Time Masculinities in the Canadian Press11. Sport, Images, Film and Music: Hans-Dieter Krebs: Johann Heinrich Schmelzer - der erste 'Sportkomponist'? · Aino Sarje: Photographs of Gymnastics and other Sports as Valuable Documents in Sport History Research: Neglected Considerations · Christian Vivier, Jean-François Loudcher: Utilisation de la représentation picturale en histoire du sport: quelques images de combats de boxe historiques comme exemples12. New Perspectives: Ethics, Fair Play, Globalisation: Ask Vest Christiansen: Doping, Fair Play and the Dilemmas of Government Sponsored Sports Institutions · Russell Field: Overlooked Participants: Spectators in Early 20th Century Commercial Sport · Gertrud Pfister: Watching Sport - A Universal Phenomenon? · Vladimir Rodichenko, Alexander Kontanistov: A National Model of a Fair Play Movement: The Russian Example13. Methodological Approaches: Lutz Eichenberger: Unterricht in Sportgeschichte in der deutschen Schweiz seit 1922 · Dzintra Grundmane: The Student Course Paper as an Improvement of Research Experience · Piotr Godlewski: The Heterogeneous Nature of the History of Sport. A Look from the East · Laurence Munoz: L'association sportive et son histoire · Kai Reinhart: Informelle Sport-Szenen in der DDR - Schlaglichter aus einer empirischen Studie und ihre Analyse mit Hilfe der Theorie Michel Foucaults · Claus Tiedemann: Was ist der Gegenstand der Sportwissenschaft?14. Belated Papers from the ISHPES Congress in Urbino: Tomasz Jurek: Leibeserziehung und Sport der deutschen Minderheit in Polen vor 1939 · István Kertész: The Integrating Role of Sport in the Hellenistic World

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Like a newly discovered old band, Coldkill is like making out with your high school girlfriend all over again. (-Lüke Haughwøut, Mechanical Harvest)nnWenn Du ein Kind der 80er bist oder Dir nichts sehnlicher wünschst als dass Du eines wärst und Dir deshalb nur eines zum Glück fehlt: das Gefühl zu wissen, wie es in den 80ern denn nun wirklich war, dann kannst Du das Gefühl zumindest akkustisch nun erleben. Rexx Arkana [FGFC820/Bruderschaft] und Eric Eldredge [Interface] neues Projekt Coldkill hat tiefe Wurzeln im New Wave Sound der 80ziger. Die komplette Instrumentierung basiert auf 1980 Modellen, wenn ein Synth nicht in den 80zigen gebaut wurde dann wird er auch nicht benutzt. Diese selbstauferlegte Beschränkung gibt Coldkill's Erstling Focus und einen organischen, klassischen Sound. Kraftwerk meets DAF - klare Strukturen und Rhytmen geben der Stimme von Arkana genug Raum um ein Feuerwerk von Melancholie und Verlangen abzubrennen. Die besten Themen sind direkt aus dem Leben gegriffen und Arkana transformiert eine Amor Fou und seine Krebs Erkrankung in Kunst. Eric Eldredge - das musikalische Mastermind in der Band kreiert eine brillante Mixtur aus dynamischen Beats und catchy Bass Lines. Dieses Rhythmus Gerüst wir von Eldredge mit Hilfe von aggressiven Lead Synths und wunderschönen Flächen in bestechende Songs verwandelt. Intensiv, tanzbar und mitreissend. Officially founded in 2015, Coldkill was effectively born in the 80s, during an era of electronic music innovation much mimicked but rarely replicated by contemporary culture. It was a time of cold wars and colder waves of synthesized harmonics making their way into homes, whilst a wild and wide-eyed youth soaked up influences that would define a unique generation. Rexx and Eric grew up here, amidst the melancholy tones of DMode and the militaristic chants of F242 and NE. Two suburban teens, wrapped in all the angst of a world awry, drawn to the distant sounds of Europe's New Wave. Arkana took up the fight early, gigging at local clubs before taking to the college radio airwaves of Syracuse University's WERW in 1987. This initial step behind the curtain led to a 10+ year professional career in college radio and club DJ promotions. Here he scored numerous number one records on College Music Journal's RPM Electronic Music Charts and worked with nearly every label of note in the goth/industrial/electronic scene, including Wax Trax!, Nettwerk, Nothing, Interscope and a large line up of audio indies long since dead and gone. Over a nearly thirty year career in the scene, Arkana has headlined Wave Gotik Treffen's Agra Halle as a DJ, hosted his own local origination alternative arts cable program (Back Alley), served as Managing Editor of the full color glossy international music magazine Interface, hosted the first ever Industrial discussion panel at CMJ's Music Marathon, featuring Wolfgang Flür and Genesis P-Orridge, and interviewed with Anderson Cooper on ABC News as an expert on goth culture in the wake of the shootings at Columbine. In 2003, Arkana stepped from the backstage to the front stage with the inception of his Bruderschaft collaborative project, which to date has united artists from such groups as VNV Nation, Covenant, Apoptygma Berzerk, Haujobb, Icon of Coil, Aesthetic Perfection, Assemblage 23, Beborn Beton, Imperative Reaction and more. In 2006, he teamed with fellow NYC DJ Dräcos von Strecker to form the harsh EBM outfit FGFC820, which has gone on to headline festivals from Moscow to Mexico City. Throughout, Arkana's love for simple 80s melodies and the forlorn melancholy of youthful angst never once subsided. It was during recording sessions for the short-lived (and memorably scantily-clad) Armor project that Arkana and Eldredge - who initially met a decade before at NYC's famous nightclub, The Bank - bonded over anachronistic sound palettes and the music of their youth. So began the infancy of Coldkill. Eldredge was no stranger to the electronic scene. His internationally-acclaimed Interface project blends different elements of various such styles into its own brand of melodic futurepop with a decidedly emotional edge. Eldredge originally founded the band in 1993 and has released a prolific amount of material in his own right since: The Artemis Complex debut album (1999), Angels in Disguise (2002), Beyond Humanity (2006), Destination Focus (2008), and Visions Of Modern Life (2009). Interface's sound has ranged from aggressive industrial (Frantic, Metalstorm) to dance floor anthems (Age of Computers, Wasted Time) to soft ballads rich in texture and ambience (The Softest Blade and Labyrinth). Together, Arkana and Eldredge provide Coldkill with an aura of melodic melancholia reminiscent of the music that shaped their formative years. Unlike many of their myriad minimal or synth wave contemporaries, Coldkill has imposed strict self-restraints on their audio arsenal, limiting themselves to the sole employment of sounds that existed during the epoch they seek to emulate. If the native instrument wasn't available then, it's outside the scope of the project. The result is a very minimal approach - bereft of modern-day multi-tracking or slick production tricks - that evokes in many listeners a sense of nostalgia unique unto itself. The band's art direction, led by well-known Washington, D.C. graphic designer Vladimir McNeally and featuring the exclusive photography of Mexican artist Leslie Monreal, similarly dispatches with the heavy handed branding agendas of many new popular acts in favor of a return to the subtle black and white metaphors of 80s-era coldwave and goth. Many have already noted the band's limited output (two self-released digital 12s via bandcamp - I'm Yours and Invisible - comprise the Coldkill catalog to date) and offered up their support. Leading scene ezine, I Die: You Die has thrice featured the band on their regular Tracks recommendations, proclaiming: good stuff somewhere in the neighbourhood of some of the excellent melancholy synthpop we were hearing in the early days of the millennium it's cool to hear Rexx finding his way to a new vocal style that's all his own we've already received two excellent maxi-singles from (the) moody synthpop project bits like this which confirm the downcast yet slinky mode Coldkill seems to be thriving in. Andi Harriman - Village Voice contributor, scene historian and author of The Postpunk Project: Some Wear Leather, Some Wear Lace has written: (Coldkill) pays homage to the catchy, sticky sweet sadness of songs from our new wave record collections: the familiar favorites that console us when we need a good cry. (Their music) is a testament to their placement within the ancestry of synthpop: saluting the past while securing relevancy for the future. Meanwhile, Adam at A Model of Control raves: There is something wonderfully cool and detached in what Coldkill are doing, channeling the best moments of Covenant in particular. There are the distant, controlled vocals, precise drum programming and nagging synth hooks that come together to produce track after track of brilliant, post-futurepop. I'm really quite excited to hear the album now, as there has been nothing I haven't liked about their material so far. Finally, videographer Lüke Haughwøut, of Mechanical Harvest and COMA Music Magazine, described the band's sound uniquely as: it's like rediscovering an old band you'd never heard of before, or making out with your high school girlfriend all over again. The band - recently signed to San Francisco (via Germany) indie COP International Records - is currently putting the finishing touches on their full length debut, Distance by Design, which Arkana describes as a catalog of love songs for loves lost. If you grew up blanketed in the security of early electronic sounds of the 80s - or if you just wish you did and want a sense of what it felt like to be there - Coldkill welcomes you to share in the love of our melodic melancholia. TRACKS: 1. All is not line 2. In here 3. Angel unaware 4. I'm yours 5. Black or white 6. Distance by design 7. Memories 8. Systematic 9. Leave it all behind 10. Tables

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