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Monday, October 7, 2019.



Birthdays


1573 William Laud, English archbishop of Canterbury (1633-45)
1577 Ferdinand, of Bayern, prince-bishop of Liege/archbishop
1601 F. de Beaune --1652
1601 F. de Beaune --1652
1601 F. de Beaune --1652
1601 F. de Beaune --1652
1601 F. de Beaune --1652
1698 Henri Madin, composer
1728 Caesar Rodney, Delaware, judge/signer (Declaration of Independence)
1734 Ralph Abercromby, English army commander (Dutch Guyana)
1746 William Billings, Boston Mass, hymn composer (Rose of Sharon)
1748 Charles XIII, King of Sweden (1809-18)/Norway (1814-18)
1758 Paul Anton Wineberger, composer
1774 Ferdinando Orlandi, composer
1798 Jean B Vuillaume, French violin maker (octobas)
1801 Adolf Muller, composer
1802 Bernhard Molique, composer
1802 Wilhelm Bernard Molique, composer
1817 Bushrod Rust Johnson, Major General (Confederate Army), died in 1880
1821 Richard Heron Anderson, Lt Gen (Confederate Army), died in 1879
1821 William Sill, with The Underground Railroad
1826 William Brimage Bate, US Confederate brig-gen/(Gov-D-Tenn, 1882-86)
1835 Felix Draeseke, composer
1841 Nicolaas Petrovic Njegos, king of Montenegro (1910-18)
1849 James Whitcomb Riley, American poet (The Raggedy Man)
1849 James Whitcomb Riley, US, poet (Raggedy Man)
1849 James Whitcomb Riley, American poet (The Raggedy Man)
1854 Christiaan R de Wet, South Africa, Boer General (Nicholsonsnek)
1866 Heinrich Federer, Switz, writer (Das letzte Stndlein des Papstes)
1866 Martha McChesney Berry, US, founded Berry School for Children
1868 Fred H Hovey, tennis champ (US Open-1895)
1870 Uncle Dave Macon, entertainer
1879 Joe Hill, songwriter, IWW organizer, martyr
1879 Joe Hill, Jevla Sweden, organizer (IWW)/songwriter (Union Scab)/martyr
1879 Joseph Bovet, composer
1879 Joe Hill, songwriter, IWW organizer, martyr
1880 Jaime Pahissa, composer
1885 Niels Bohr, expanded quantum physics (Nobel 1922)
1885 Niels Bohr, Denmark, physicist, expanded quantum physics (Nobel 1922)
1885 Niels Bohr, expanded quantum physics (Nobel 1922)
1886 Johannes B Tielrooy, Dutch literary (Chateaubriand)
1887 A C "Jack" Russell, cricketer (prolific England batsman post-WW I)
1887 Jack Mulhall, Wappinger Falls NY, actor (Ken Murray Show)
1888 Henry A Wallace, (D/P) 33rd VP (1941-45)/founder Progressive Party
1889 Clarence Muse, Balt MD, actor (Sam-Casablanca, Black Stallion)
1894 Herman Dooyeweerd, Dutch philosopher/lawyer
1896 Cyril Allcott, cricketer (NZ all-rounder in their early Tests)
1896 Elijah Muhammad, US, leader of Nation of Islam
1898 Alfred Wallenstein, Chicago Illinois, conductor (Chic Symph 1922-29)
1901 Frank X Boucher, Ottawa, All-star NHL center (Ottawa, NY Rangers)
1901 Ralph Rainger, composer
1901 Suvanna Phuma, premier of Laos
1902 Willemina J H "Mascha" ter Weene, dancer/ballerina
1903 Louis S B Leakey, archaeologist/anthropologist
1904 Chuck Klein, Indianapolis In, Phila Phillies (43 HRs in 1929)
1905 Andy Devine
1905 Andy Devine
1905 Andy Devine
1905 Andy Devine
1905 Andy Devine
1905 Andy Devine, [Jeremiah Schwartz], Flagstaff Az, actor (Andy's Gang)
1906 James E Webb, head of NASA (1961-68)
1907 Tutta Rolf, Norway, actress (Whalers)
1908 Richard Caldicot, London England, actor (Horse's Mouth)
1909 Shura Cherkassky, pianist
1911 Vaughn Monroe
1911 Vaughn Monroe
1911 Vaughn Monroe
1911 Vaughn Monroe
1911 Vaughn Monroe
1911 Joe Jones, Chicago IL, drummer
1911 Vaughn Monroe, Akron Oh, singer/orch leader (Vaughn Monroe Show)
1913 Irina Nijinska, Russian/US dancer
1913 Simon Carmiggelt, Dutch journalist (Het Parool, Kinks)
1914 Alfred Drake, [Capurro], Brooklyn NY, singer/actor (Kiss Me Kate)
1914 Sarah Churchill, London, actress (All Over Town, Royal Wedding)
1915 Margarita J Aliger, Russian poet (Zoja) [NS]
1915 Roman Padlewski, composer
1916 Walt W Rostow, NYC, economist (Politics & Stages of Growth)
1917 June Allyson
1917 June Allyson
1917 June Allyson
1917 June Allyson
1917 June Allyson
1917 Helmut Dantine, Vienna Austria, actor (Shadow of the Cloak)
1917 June Allyson, Bronx, actress (Till the Clouds Roll By, Vegas)
1918 Guido Aristarco, film critic
1919 Erik Elms„ter, Sweden, 1st to compete in summer & winter Oly (1948)
1919 Gabriel Dell, Barbados, actor (Steve Allen Show)
1919 George Duby, historian
1920 Georg Leber, German politician (SPD)
1921 John Arthur Giles Gere, English art historian (Pre-Raphaelite painter)
1922 Martha Stewart, Bardwell Ky, singer/actress (Daisy Kenyon, Doll Face)
1922 Reina Prinsen Geerligs, [Leentje Vandendriesch], Dutch antifascist
1926 Diana Lynn, LA CA, actress (Annapolis Story, Easy Come Easy Go)
1926 Ivan Jirko, composer
1926 Marcello Abbado, composer
1927 R.D. Laing
1927 R.D. Laing
1927 R.D. Laing
1927 R.D. Laing
1927 R.D. Laing
1927 Al Martino, Phila, singer (Here in My Heart)/actor (Godfather)
1927 Ronald Laing, British psychiatrist (anti-psychiatrist)
1931 Bishop Desmond Tutu
1931 Bishop Desmond Tutu
1931 Bishop Desmond Tutu
1931 Bishop Desmond Tutu
1931 Bishop Desmond Tutu
1931 Desmond Tutu, Anglican Archbishop of S Afr (Nobel Peace Prize 1982)
1932 Joannes M Gijsen, Bishop of Roermond
1933 Paul B Price, Cataret NJ, actor (Busting Loose)
1934 [Everett] LeRoi Jones, [Amiri Baraka], US writer (Black Music)
1934 Imamu Amiri Baraka, [Everett Leroi Jones], US, poet/writer
1934 Ulrike Meinhof, German Red Army member
1934 Willie Naulls, NBA star (NY Knicks)
1935 Thomas M Keneally, Australian writer (Schindler's List)
1936 Gennadi Mikhailovich Kolesnikov, Russia, cosmonaut
1937 Col Guest, cricketer (Test Aust v England 1963, scored 11 took 0-59)
1938 Robert Drivas, Chi, actor (Cool Hand Luke, Illustrated Man) [or 11/21]
1939 Colin Cooper, rocker (Climax Blues Band)
1940 Bruce F Vento, (Rep-D-Minnesota, 1977- )
1940 Dino Valenti, rock guitarist/vocalist (Quicksilver Messenger Service)
1940 Richard H Stallings, (Rep-D-ID, 1985- )
1941 Martin Murray, London England, rocker (Honeycombs)
1941 Tony Sylvester, rocker (Main Ingredient)
1943 Oliver L North, US colonel (Irangate)
1945 Kevin Godley, Manchester England, rock vocalist (10cc)
1949 Catherine Duggan, LPGA golfer
1949 Dave Hope, rock bassist (Kansas)
1949 Kieran Kane, Queens NY, singer (O'Kanes-Daddies Need to Grow Up Too)
1950 Maartje van Weegen, [Walet], Dutch TV hostess
1951 John Cougar Mellencamp
1951 John Cougar Mellencamp
1951 John Cougar Mellencamp
1951 John Cougar Mellencamp
1951 John Cougar Mellencamp
1951 Carmen R "Tata" Vega, US soul singer (Color Purple soundtrack)
1951 John Cougar Mellencamp, Seymour Indiana, rocker (Jack & Diane)
1952 Graham Yallop, cricketer (Australian capt in 7 Tests, won 1 lost 6)
1952 Ludmila Tourischeva, USSR, gymnist (Olympic-gold-1972)
1952 Martyn Harris, journalist
1953 Christopher Norris, NYC, actress (Summer of '42, Eat My Dust)
1953 Tico Torres, rock drummer (Bon Jovi-Always)
1954 Victor Manuel Mar, wrestler (AAA/NJPW, Black Cat)
1955 Yo-Yo Ma, cellist
1955 Yo-Yo Ma, Paris France, world famous Chinese cellist
1955 Yo-Yo Ma, cellist
1956 James Van Patten, Bkln NY, actor (Bo-Chisholms)
1956 Julio Pezua, jockey
1957 Jayne Torvill, England, ice skater (Torvill & Dean, Oly-gold-84)
1957 Judy Sams, Toronto Ontario, golfer (1994 du Maurier Ltd Classic-38th)
1958 Kim Morris, San Diego Ca, playmate (Mar, 1986)
1959 Penny Graeber, Sydney Australia, golfer (1990 6th Vic Open)
1961 Judy Landers, Phila, actress (Vega$, BJ & the Bear, Madame's Place)
1964 Ann Curless, singer (Expos‚-What You Don't Know)
1964 Rich Delucia, Reading PA, pitcher (SF Giants)
1964 Sam Brown, English singer/songwriter (Stop!)
1964 Stuart Hendley, Houston Tx, Canadian Tour golfer (1989 Manitoba Open)
1965 Juul Ellerman, soccer player (PSV, FC Twente)
1966 Trent Brown, CFL defensive back (Edmonton Eskimos)
1967 Mariana Perez-Roldan, Argentina, tennis star
1968 Erick Anderson, NFL linebacker (Washington Redskins)
1968 Randy Bartz, Roseville Minn, short track skater (Olympics-1994)
1968 Toni Braxton, singer (You Mean the World to Me)
1969 Brent Dorman, Ocala Florida, Canadian Tour golfer
1969 Martin Haywood, cricketer (NSW opening batsman)
1970 Daniel Collins, Sydney NSW Australia, canoeist (Olympics-96)
1970 Dwayne Provo, cornerback (New England Patriots)
1970 Harold Ellis, NBA forward (Denver Nuggets)
1970 Le'Shai Maston, NFL running back (Jacksonville Jaguars)
1970 Vaughn Hebron, NFL running back (Denver Broncos-Superbowl 32)
1971 Dexter Dawson, CFL receiver (Winnipeg Blue Bombers)
1971 Johnnie Morton, NFL wide receiver (Detroit Lions)
1971 Paul Hannam, Vancouver BC, 470 yachter (Olympics-96)
1972 John Hyden, Tustin Calif, volleyball outside hitter (alt-Olympics-96)
1972 Rahsaan Giddings, CFL linebacker (Montreal Alouettes)
1973 Gerald McBurrows, safety (St Louis Rams)
1973 Priest Holmes, running back (Baltimore Ravens)
1974 Alexander Polinsky, SF Calif, actor (Adam-Charles in Charge)
1974 Benjamin Oberman, Denver Colo, pairs skater (& Naomi Grabow)
1974 Shannon MacMillan, Syosset NY, soccer forward (Olympics-96)
1975 Billy Walsh, Summit NJ, soccer midfielder (Olympics-gold-96)
1977 Clayton Miller, Toronto Ontario, trap shooter (Olympics-96)

Events


336 St Mark ends his reign as Catholic Pope
1492 Columbus misses Florida when he changed course
1506 Pope Julius II & France occupy Bologna
1520 1st public burning of books in Netherlands, in Louvain
1542 Explorer Cabrillo discovered Catalina Island off California coast
1571 Turkish fleet defeated by Spanish & Italians in Battle of Lepanto
1571 Turkish fleet defeated by Spanish & Italians in Battle of Lepanto
1571 Battle at Lepanto: Saint League (Spain & Italy) destroys Turkish fleet
1579 English royal marriage of queen Elizabeth I to duke of Anjou
1637 Prince Frederik Henry occupies Breda
1690 English attack Quebec under Louis de Buade
1702 English/Dutch troops under Marlborough occupy Roermond
1714 People riot due to beer tax in Alkmaar Neth
1737 40 foot waves sink 20,000 small craft & kill 300,000 (Bengal, India)
1763 George III of Great Britain issues Proclamation of 1763, closing lands in North America north & west of Alleghenies to white settlement
1765 The Stamp Act Congress convenes in New York
1765 The Stamp Act Congress convenes in New York
1765 Stamp Act Congress convenes in NY
1777 British defeated by Americans at the Battle of Saratoga
1777 British defeated by Americans at the Battle of Saratoga
1777 Americans beat Brits in 2nd Battle of Saratoga & Battle of Bemis Hts
1780 British defeated by American militia near Kings Mountain, SC
1806 Carbon paper patented in London by inventor Ralph Wedgewood
1816 1st double decked steamboat, Washington, arrives in New Orleans
1826 Granite Railway (1st chartered railway in US) begins operations
1826 Granite Railway (1st chartered railway in US) begins operations
1826 Granite Railway (1st chartered railway in US) begins operations
1840 Willem I resigns as king of Netherlands
1849 That the play is the tragedy, "Poe," / And its hero the Conqueror Worm.
1849 That the play is the tragedy, "Poe," / And its hero the Conqueror Worm.
1849 That the play is the tragedy, "Poe," / And its hero the Conqueror Worm.
1849 That the play is the tragedy, "Poe," / And its hero the Conqueror Worm.
1849 That the play is the tragedy, "Poe," / And its hero the Conqueror Worm.
1856 Cyrus Chambers Jr patents folding machine that folds book & newspapers
1864 -Oct 13th) Battle of Darbytown Road, VA
1864 Naval Engagement at Bahia Harbor Brazil-CSS Florida vs USS Wachusett
1868 Cornell University (Ithaca NY) opens
1870 L‚on Gambetta flees Paris in balloon
1871 16-hour fire injures 30 of Chicago's 185 firefighters
1879 Germany & Austrian-Hungary sign Twofold Covenant
1882 1st World Series (game 2), Chicago (NL) beats Cincinnati (AA) 2-0
1886 Spain abolishes slavery in Cuba
1900 The term "orienteering" is 1st used for an event
1904 NY Highlander Jack Chesbro wins record 41st game of season (41-12)
1907 France's Henry Farman flies 30m in a double decker plane
1908 Crete revolts against Turkey & aligns with Greece
1908 Serbia & Montenegro sign anti-Austria-Hungarian pact
1913 Henry Ford institutes moving assembly line
1915 Georgia Tech defeats Cumberland College 222-0 in football (record)
1916 222 points are scored in a football game between Georgia Tech & Cumberland University of Lebanon, Tennessee
1919 1st London-Amsterdam airline service (Brit Aerial Transport & KLM)
1919 Fritz Kreisler & F Jacobi's "Apple Blossoms," premieres in NYC
1919 KLM, Netherlands Airlines, established (oldest existing airline)
1922 1st radio link, WNJ (Newark) & WGY (Senectady) link for World Series
1922 Landis insists Game 4 of World Series be played despite heavy rain
1922 Oud-burgem of Rotterdam Zimmerman becomes High Comm's of Austria
1923 Yankees Everett Scott runs his consecutive-game streak to 1,138
1924 160 consecutive days of 100ø at Marble Bar, Australia begins
1924 Greek govt of Dikalekopoulis, forms
1926 Actress Theo Mann-Master resigns from stage
1926 Italian Great Fascist Council forms
1927 Yank Herb Pennock retires 1st 22 Pirates in World Series game
1928 Paavo Nurmi runs world record 10 miles (50:15.0)
1928 Race Tafari Makonnen crowned king of Abyssinia
1929 Ramsay MacDonald is 1st British premier to address US Congress
1931 first infra-red photographis taken, in Rochester, NY
1931 first infra-red photographis taken, in Rochester, NY
1931 1st infra-red photograph, Rochester, NY
1933 NY Giants beat Washington Senators, 4 games to 1 in 30th World Series
1935 Detroit Tigers beat Chicago Cubs, 4 games to 2 in 32nd World Series
1935 Himmler/Hess/Heydrich bezichtigen concentration camp Dachau
1936 7th-place Brooklyn Dodgers fire manager Casey Stengel
1937 Johan Wagenaar's "Feestmars" premieres in Amsterdam
1938 Germany demands all Jewish passports stamped with letter J
1939 HALL airship Binnendijk runs up German my
1940 Reds Bucky Walters is 1st pitcher in 14 years to homer in World Series
1941 German army occupies Viarma, USSR
1942 1 salvo Katjoesja-rocket destroys nazi battalion in Stalingrad
1942 Last camouflaged German raider Komet leaves Flushing harbor (Neth)
1942 Maxwell Andersons "Eve of St Mark," premieres in NYC
1942 US & British govt announce establishment of United Nations
1942 Yvon Robert beats Bill Longson in Montreal, to become wrestling champ
1943 Weill/Perelman/Nash' musical "One Touch of Venus," premieres in NYC
1944 Allies bombs sea dikes at Vlissingen
1944 Fieldmarshal Rommel gets order to return to Berlin
1944 Riots in Amersfoort/Utrecht/Strugle
1944 Uprising at Auschwitz, Jews burn down crematoriums
1944 Uprising at Birkenau concentration camp
1945 Dutch author A M de Jong's murderer Ton van Gog escapes
1946 Charles Ives' 2nd string quartet, premieres
1947 Larry MacPhail resigns as Yank GM after final game of World Series
1949 Democratic Republic of Germany (East) is formed.
1949 Democratic Republic of Germany (East) is formed.
1949 German Dem Rep formed from Russian occupation zone (National Day)
1949 Otto Greatwohl becomes 1st premier of German DR
1949 Wilhelm Pieck becomes 1st president of German DR
1950 NY Yankees sweep Phila Phillies in 47th World Series
1950 US forces invade Korea by crossing 38th parallel
1950 Walter Bedell Smith replaces Roscoe H Hillenkoetter as 4th CIA head
1950 Whitey Ford wins his 1st World Series game, 5-2
1950 William H Jackson, becomes deputy director of CIA
1950 Yanks win 13th world championship sweeping Phillies
1951 David Ben-Gurion forms Israeli govt
1952 NY Yankees beat Dodgers 4 games to 3 in 49th World Series
1952 1st "Bandstand" broadcast in Philadelphia on WFIL-TV (Dick Clark joins in 1955 as a substitute-host)
1952 Yankees tie their own record of 4 consecutive World Series wins
1953 Bill Veeck tells Browns stockholders he faces bankruptcy unless they drop their suit to block his move to Baltimore, they comply
1954 Hassan el Hodeiby, leader of Moslem brothership, arrested in Egypt
1954 Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ad Sinarum gentem
1955 Aircraft carrier USS Saratoga at Brooklyn launched
1956 Mary Lena Faulk wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Open
1957 "American Bandstand" premieres
1957 KOAC TV channel 7 in Corvallis, OR (PBS) begins broadcasting
1957 Louise Suggs wins LPGA Heart of America Golf Invitational
1958 Potter Stewart appointed to US Supreme Court
1958 US manned space-flight project renamed Project Mercury
1959 Luna 3 photographs the far side of the moon.
1959 Luna 3 photographs the far side of the moon.
1959 "Happy Town" opens at 84th St Theater NYC for 5 performances
1959 Far side of Moon seen for 1st time, compliments of USSR's Luna 3
1960 "Route 66" premieres
1960 2nd JFK & Richard Nixon debate
1961 "Bye Bye Birdie" closes at Martin Beck Theater NYC after 607 perfs
1961 15th NHL All-Star Game: All-Stars beat Chicago 3-1 at Chicago
1962 8th LPGA Championship won by Judy Kimball
1962 USSR performs nuclear test at Novaya Zemlya USSR
1963 Bobby Baker resigns as Senate Democratic secretary
1963 Hurricane Flora hits Haiti & Dominican Republic, kills 7,190
1963 JFK signs ratification for nuclear test ban treaty
1964 NY Yankees make 14th appearance in last 16 & 29th in 61 World Series
1965 50 mph gust carries 165 lb Robert Mitera's tee shot 447
1965 Charles Linster does 6,006 consecutive push-ups
1965 Robert Mitera aces 447-yd 10th hole at Miracle Hills, Omaha, Nebr to score world's longest straight hole-in-one
1967 Beatles turn down $1 million NY concert offer by Sid Berstein
1967 Rolf Hochhuths "Soldaten," premieres in West Berlin
1968 Motion Picture Association of America adopts film rating system.
1968 Motion Picture Association of America adopts film rating system.
1968 Motion Picture Association of America adopts film rating system
1969 WJMN TV channel 3 in Escanaba, MI (ABC/NBC) begins broadcasting
1971 Disney World opens in Orlando
1971 T McNally's "Where has Tommy Flowers gone?," premieres in NYC
1972 1st season game at Nassau Coliseum, Flames-3, Islanders-2
1973 Sandra Haynie wins LPGA Lincoln-Mercury Golf Open
1974 German DR amends constitution
1975 Players' Assn, files a suit on behalf of Dodgers Andy Messersmith
1975 US decides John Lennon won't be deported due to UK pot conviction
1977 Guitarist Steve Hackett quits Genesis
1977 USSR adopts constitution
1978 LA Dodgers win the pennant
1978 USSR performs nuclear test
1979 "1940's Radio Hour" opens at St James Theater NYC for 105 performances
1979 "Eubie!" closes at Ambassador Theater NYC after 439 performances
1979 Cleveland Browns' Dino Hall sets club records with 9 kickoff returns
1979 Debbie Massey wins LPGA Wheeling Golf Classic
1979 USSR performs underground nuclear test
1980 Belgium 3rd govt of Martens resigns
1981 Hosni Mubarak became acting-president of Egypt
1981 In 1st Eastern Division championship Yanks beat Brewers 5-3
1982 "Cats" opens at Winter Garden Theater NYC for 5000+ performances
1982 Olof Palme forms Swedish government
1984 Striking umps return for Game 5 of NLCS, SD Padres win pennant
1984 Walter Payton passes Jim Brown as NFL's career rushing leader
1985 21st Space Shuttle Mission (51-J)-Atlantis 1 lands at Edwards AFB
1985 KHQ-AM in Spokane Wash's final transmission
1985 Lynette Woodward, chosen as 1st woman on Harlem Globetrotters
1985 PLO terrorists sieze Italian cruise liner Achille Lauro
1986 1st edition British newspaper "Independent" begins publishing
1988 Dallas Green replaces Lou Pinella as NY Yankee manager
1988 Jim Fregosi is fired as manager of White Sox
1988 Latvian flag raised in Riga for 1st time since annexation by USSR
1988 Lou Piniella is fired as manager of Yankees for 2nd time
1988 Robin Givens files for divorce after 8-month marriage to Mike Tyson
1988 WNBC 660 final transmission, WFAN moves from 1050 to 660 & WUKQ begins on 1050 at 5:30 PM (NYC radio)
1989 Howard Stern's US Open Sores Tennis match
1989 Radio talk show host Larry King weds Julie Alexander
1989 Rickey Henderson steals a record 8 bases in a play off (5 games)
1990 Beth Daniel wins LPGA Centel Golf Classic
1990 Israel begins handing out gas masks to its citizens
1991 Child star Adam Rich arrested for stealing hypodermics
1991 Scorecard Harry, Space Appeal & Cafe Lex in 9th race at Belmont, creating 2nd triple dead heat in NY thoroughbred racing history
1991 Law Professor Anita Hill accuses Supreme nominee Clarence Thomas of making sexually inappropriat comments to her
1992 Tampa Bay Lightning become 1st NHL expansion team to win opener (7-2)
1993 "Les Miserables," opens at Meralco Theatre, Philippines
1993 "She Loves Me" opens at Atkinson Theater NYC for 294 performances
1993 Massive Moslem demonstrate in Xining China PR, 12 killed
1993 Nobel prize for literature awarded to Toni Morrison
1994 China PR performs nuclear test at Lop Nor PRC
1994 Faud Guliyev appointed premier of Azerbijan
1994 Ingvar Carlsson forms Swedish govt
1994 Lu Bin swims female 200m medley world record (2:11.57)
1995 Boston's Fleet Center opens, NY Islanders & Boston Bruins tie at 4-4
1995 Mariners rally from 5-0 to force Game 5 of Division Series vs Yankees

That's All....

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