Textual Transpositions for Book 11

Furthermore, amongest other his wordes and sayinges, ... this was hys counsell and request.

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... in the dayes of K. Edward the sixt, ... as in deede he neuer did.

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A Letter which L. Saunders did write to his wife, and others of the faythfull, ... This hope is put vp in my bosome, Amen, Amen, Amen, Pray, pray.

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In clarissimi Doctrina & pietate viri Iohannis Hoperi ... Qualia, quanta Deus seruet sua bona beatis.

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D. Tailour and M. Bradford, and M. Saunders were agayne called to appeare ... (sayde he rubbing his handes) I made him beleue I would so so in deed.

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The communication betwene the Lord Chauncellour and Iudge Hales, ... and afterward from thence was caried to the Fleete.

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It hapned when supper tyme came ... Lord geuen present helpe in tyme of oportunitie.

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The vnhappy chance of this so worthy a Iudge, ... then dispayre of his saluation.

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Otherwyse, if we wyll adiudge all those to hell, ... his owne tong, did spit it out into the harlots face?

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Si tua quanta fuit grauitas, prudentia, norma, ... Sanctorum prima classe ferendus eras.

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The history of Thomas Tomkins, ... the constant testimonie of Christes true profession.

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Touching whiche shauyng of Thomas Tomkyns beard, ... had pluckt of a peece of his beard before.

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... the 26. day of Septemb. the yeare aforesayd. By me Thomas Tomkyns aforesaid.

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THe same daye and place, at two of the clocke ... Gods holy name, and confirmation of the weake.

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... by whome hee was not onely instructed in true religion and godlinesse, ... demaund the duetie of a christian man against naturall affection.

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... they were committed to the officers of Colchester ... in this praise of Christian godlines, was nothing inferior to his maister.

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In fine, when nothing coulde preuaile to make them assent to theyr doings, ... to consulte with themselues what were best to doe.

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... the bishop seeing no good to be done in tarying ... and wyth them certaine other prisonners also, ...

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... the Consistorie in Paules, the 17. daye of Februarie ... Which when they refused to doe, the Byshop ...

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Articles obiected and ministred by Boner ... and also in all places where thou hast bene, within the sayd Dioces of London.

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The aunsweres of Thomas Causton and Thomas Higbed, ... by them confessed be true, notorious and manifest.

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... vnto them after this sort, beginneth first (as he did euer before) with Thomas Causton. ... condemnation, and burnyng of these two godly and constant Martyrs of God.

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... what their opinion was of the sacrament of the Aultar. ... their names and surnames, and their dwelling place?

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The aunswere of Steuen Knight, and William Pigot, ... D. Taylour of Hadley, and such other.

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THe next daye in the morning, being the 9. daye of February, ... youth brought them vp in the knowledge of God and his trueth.

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The history of Doctor Robert Farrar ... his life for the testimonye of the truth.

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... by the fauour and good will of the Lord protectour, ... in order here followeth.

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THrough the procurement and instance of these his aduersaries, ioyning and confederating together, ... for the obtainyng of the Commission, for proofe of his matter agaynst hys aduersaries.

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A copy of a certaine letter written by the Bish. of S. Dauids. ... this ix. of March. Your Lordships to command during lyfe. R. F.

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And thus you haue heard the first trouble of this blessed Martyr ... The processe of which his trouble here likewyse followeth.

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The answer of Rob. Farrer B. of S. Dauids, ... I pray God saue all your honors, and so he departed.

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... which Henry, there and then discharged the said Shiriffe, ... the pretensed B. of S. Dauids offred him agayne the sayd articles as before: ...

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To these articles thus obiected to hym, hee refused ... Shiriffe of the towne of Carmarthen, M. Leyson.

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The tenour of which sentence, as well of hys condemnation, ... was brought to the place of execution in the towne of Carmarthen, ...

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In the number of whom commeth here to be remembred ... and neuer stirred hand nor foote, and so lay he.

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Iohn Awcocke. IN the Moneth of Aprill, ... of their popish Antichristian Church.

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A prayer and confession of W. Flower. ... as he forgaue all the world.

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And thus fire was set vnto hym, who burning therein ... with hys other arme, as long as he could.

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Iohn Warne beyng examined vpon these foresaid articles ... vnlesse he were therunto throughly perswaded by the holy scriptures.

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... come to the stake, first the Shiriffes ... and they both passed thorough the fire ...

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The story of Iohn Ardeley and Iohn Symson of the Parish of Wigborow the great, in Essex.

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To the right reuerend Father in God, ... the 24. of May, the 1. and 2. yeares of our reignes.

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Articles obiected againste Iohn Symson, and Iohn Ardeley, ... but in the Englishe tongue, nor yet he neuer sayd, that if it be otherwise sayd and vsed then in English, it is vnlawful and nought.

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Thus these articles being to them obiected, and theyr aunsweres made vnto the same, ... to the secular power, that is, to the handes of the Sheriffes, ...

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At the tyme of the examination of this Symson and Iohn Ardeley ... fire, wherof ye may read before. pag. 1180.

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A note of Iohn Ardeley. ... and kepe from them the iust reward of such cruel dealing. Amen.

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As touching therefore his education and order of life, ... so godly in his life, and so constantly in his death.

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But to the declaration of the matter: first this Haukes ... sent him vp to London with a messenger and letters, ...

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MOst reuerend father in God, ... to vse as ye thinke best, by your good discretion.

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A little before his death certayne there were of his familiar ... toward heauen before he gaue vp the ghost.

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... with no smal multitude of people on euery side ... strooke or clapped them three tymes together together.

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... was by his occupation a linnen Draper, who before ... wyfe and children, & gaue away much of his cloth vnto the poore: ...

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WHen this Tho. Wattes came before the L. Rich and ... In conclusion, the Commissioners being wery of him ...

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... or els not willing to meddle further in such high matters, ... thereof here vnder followeth to be seene.

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Concerning the childebed of Queene Mary, ... before in the letter of the Counsell sent to Boner, pag. 1405.

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... the time was thought to be nie, that this young Maister ... Citie of London, and in most other partes of the realme, ...

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... for the Queenes deliuerie, & that there was a Prince borne. ... the Lord knoweth, to whome nothing is secrete.

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Among many other great preparations made ... Anglis incolumem redde, tuere, rege.

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... vppon the xiij. day of this moneth came out a certaine Proclamation, ... bookes as they haue, or shall haue found hereafter.

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The effect of the communication betweene Iohn Bradford and the Lord Chauncellour, … that is, till Mayster Saunders was excommunicated.

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The effect and summe of the last examination … afterward altered: for they burned him in London.

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Priuate talke had with Iohn Bradford, … they went their waye, and poore Bradford to his prison.

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VPon the 25. day of February, about 8 of the clock … and he went his way smiling. God helpe vs.

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... about the 28. of Marche, … and geue vs the spirite of his truth for euer. Amen.

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To the Citie of London. … for his holy names sake in Christ our Lord. Amen.

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To his dearely beloued in Christ, Erkinalde Rawlins, and his wife. ... mine owne hart roote in the Lord. For euer your owne, Iohn Bradford.

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The prayer of Nicholas Sheterden, before his death. … O Lord Iesu receaue my spirite into thy handes, Amen.

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A letter of Nicholas Sheterden to his mother. … Your owne childe Nicholas Shetterden prisoner for the trueth in Westgate 1555.

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... were condemned by Maurice bishop aforenamed, … Richardus Fletcher filius, Minister Ecclesiae Riensis.

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... Iueson being earnestly trauailed wythall to recant, sayde in this … perseuering stil in his constant faith vnto the ende.

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Certayne notes collected and gathered oute of the Scriptures, … 1. Ioh. 5. Reuel. 19. 22.

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... the Commissioners againe, they receiuyng these prisoners afore mentioned … the 5. of Iuly then next commyng in the after noone,

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After the Martyrdome of M. Denley at Vxbridge, which was the 8. of August, suffered also not long after, Patrike Pachingham ...

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... Ioh. Newman Pewterer, dwellyng at Maidstone in Kent, he was burned the last of August ... and confession of his fayth and beliefe,…

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The fayth of Iohn Newman … gaue his lyfe as is before declared.

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This foresayde Robert Smith … slept in the Lord, and ended this mortall life.

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SEeke first to loue God deare wife, with your … Fosake not Christ for any payne.

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Content thy selfe with pacience, … Vnto the port that shall remaine. For euermore.

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... George King, Thomas Leyes, and Iohn Wade … when none in the day durste doe it,

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... William Andrew of Horsley ... buried by the handes of good men and faithfull brethren.

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The Martyrdome of Roger Coo of Melforde … most blessedly ended his aged yeares. ...

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... Thomas Cobbe ... in the moneth of September … burned in the towne of Tetford.

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... chronicled a double Martyr. For as the sayd Rob. … holy spirit to the knowledge of the gospell,

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... that he had sinned verely against the holy Ghost: … some refocillation and tyme of refreshyng?

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.... who suffereth none to be tempted … many yeres so sharpe temptations.

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... as soone as the B. of Couentry heard the fame … And thus much ... concernyng the woorthy remembraunce of maister Iohn Glouer.

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A Letter of M. Robert Glouer to his wyfe, … God laye not their extreeme doings against me, to their charge at the great day.

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... that then he would shew some signification … meruailous workyng of the Lordes hand vpon that good man.

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A Letter of Byshop Ridley answearyng to a certayne Letter of one Maister West, … From Bocardo in Oxford, the. viij. day of Aprill. 1555.

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... his aduersaries, … did this worthy Standerdbearer of Christes gospell sustayne.

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The copy of the Citation sent to the sayd M. Latimer ... x. die mensis Ianuarij. An. 1531.

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Against this citation, although M. Latimer did appeale … may appeare by his Epistle sent to a certaine bishop or Archbishop,

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... whose name is not expressed, the copye of which Epistle in Latine is this … or nude propositions (as hee calleth them) be these.

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In these so harde and daungerous straites, … M. Latimer hearing this, aunswered agayne by writing

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It were a large & long processe to story out all the doinges, … great blustering of theyr terrible threates, but rather deriding the same.

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Thus Mayster Latimer passing a long time in the tower, … our euerlasting comfort in hym. And thus much concerning the

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A Letter of M. Latimer to Mayster Morice, concerning the Articles written, … I pray you pardon me, I cannot make an end.

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Amongest many other impugners and Aduersaryes, … with his pen, writing agaynst him

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Epistola Gulielmi Sherwodi … significat non actionem sine actu, Signa latet quippiam. &c.

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The copy of a letter sent by mayster Latimer, … is as good in Wyuter, as a Bucke in sommer.

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A letter of Syr Edward Baynton Knight, … make vs all Christian, after the right fashion. Amen.

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The Letter of Mayster Latimer written to King Henry, … no shame to suffer punishment & great persecutions...

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A fruitfull letter of M. Latimer, … From Baxsterley the xv of Iuly ...

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... saue onely these few lynes, whiche hee wrote to one maistres Wilkinson of London, … Yours in Bocardo Hugh Latimer.

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Touching the memorable actes and doynges of thys worthye man, … Fornicatores & adulteros iudicabit Dominus.

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M. Ridley to the Queenes Maiestie. … The 16. day of Octob. An. 1555. N.R.

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The summe and effect of the Sermons which Gardiner … the summe and chief purpose of his Sermon, with other suche matter aboue Storyed,

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Doctissimo viro, Edmundo Crispino amico integerrimo, … communem amicum nostrum. &c.

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The English wherof, as much as to the present purpose … for oure Doctour was a beholder of the whole Tragedie, &c.

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To hys deare frend in the Lord Iohn Careles, … stockes, by thine owne in Christ. Iohn Philpot.

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An other letter of M. Philpot, to certaine godlye women, … Farewel in the Lord. Yours for euer, Iohn Philpot.

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This bill being thus written, and lying openlye … withoute medling in matters of Religion.

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A Commission sent from the Pope, … Nostri, anno primo. I. Bareng.

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The forme of disgrading an Archbishop. ... vel mutilationis pericu lum inferas.

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... when they came to take of hys Pall … so deliuered him to the secular power.

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Letters of Doctor Tho. Cranmer Archbishop of Canterbury. … God send you his spirit to induce you into truth.

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... the Bishop falling to entreating and perswasions, earnestly exhorted him to reuoke his heresyes, … and to refourme hymselfe vnto the Church of Rome,

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... Tyms aunswered: I will not reforme my selfe therunto. ... he will turne your cursinges into blessinges.

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Hugh Lauerocke an olde lame man, … and me of my lamenesse. And so paciently these two good Saints of God together suffered.

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A Letter sent vnto Boner Bishop of London, … Iohn Mordant. Edmund Tyrrel.

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This Thomas Spicer was a single man … Eay dungeon in Suffolke, till at length

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... when shee was burned at Stratford, … for the satisfaction of theyr sinnes.

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FIrst Doct. Parker asked me how … commaunded the Bailiffe to take him away.

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... about the age of 24. and after in manner … no more as yet came vnto our handes.

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... moreouer that in this present yeare, … a true witnes of the Lordes truthe,

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... Thomas Norreis, Thomas Stiffe, William Kayme, … Rob. Mossey, priest maried & depriued.

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