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Professor HARVEY SUTTON (Biology and Human Wel-
fare and Social and Personal Hygiene).

Professor W. S. DAWSON (Mental Health).

IRENE SEBIRE, M.B., B.S. (Melbourne), D.P.M.
(Sydney), (Mental Health)

MARY TENISON WOODS, LL.B. (Legal Aspects of Social
Work).

P. H. PARTRIDGE, M.A. (Social Philosophy).

LYRA TAYLOR, M.A., LL.B. (Group Work).

JOAN WOODHILL, B.Sc.Agr. (Nutrition and Budgeting).
^ Assistant Lecturers—■

T. KEWLEY, B.A. (Social Legislation and Administra-
tion).

K. P. AVALKER, M.A. (Social Economics and Social
Psychology).

THE ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF.

SIR ROBERT STRACHAN WALLACE, Kt. Bach., M.A.,
LL.D. Appointed 1928.
ScoistTûv

WALTER ALBERT SELLE, M.A. Appointed 1924.
^ Assistant Registrar

GEOFFREY DALE, B.Ec.
Accountant

H. M. BERESFORD.
Assistant Accountant

A. C. MANNING, A.T.C.A.
Clerk of Examinations

W. J. BAKER, B.Sc.
Adviser to the Women Students

MARGARET A. TELFER, B.A.
Secretary to the Vice-Chancellor

A. C. McKIBBIN.
^ Cashier

W. H. GOSWELL.
Bookkeeper

J. C. BONGERS, A.I.C.A.
Accounts Cleric

W. E. POTTS.
Fees Cleric

V. MOORE.
Confidential Clerks

OLIVE FREEMAN. SELMA MARTIN.

Correspondence Clerk

MARGERY IIAMMOND.

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UNIVERSITY OFFICERS.

Clerks
G. W. WEBSDALE. A. G. COLLEY, B.Ec.

PHYLLIS B. ALLEN. MOIEA B. FITZGERALD.

MOLLY RUSSELL. EILEEN WEARNE.

MAEJOEIE· L. ARMSTRONG.

^ Clerk to the Faculty of Law
MARGARET D. HAY.

University Solicitor

GEORGE W. WADDELL, M.A. LL.D.
Honorary Consulting Auditor

E. W. NELSON, F.C.A.
University Auditor

DAVID FETJ.,, C.A.A.
^ University Organist

G. FAUNCE ALLMAN.
Secretary to the Appointments Board

P. C. GREENLAND, M.A.
Officer of Works

T. WILKINS, B.E.
Esquire Bedell

Lieut.-Colonel R. J. A. MASSIE, D.S.O., B.E. (&)
^ Yeoman Bedell

GEORGE BAXTER.
Overseer of the University Park and Grounds

H. C. GIBLETT.
Caretakers

J. STONE (Medical School).

B. T. BOYD (New Medical School).

THE LIBRARY STAFF.

The Fisher Library.

Librarian

HENRY MACKENZIE GREEN, B.A., LL.B. Appointed
1921.
^ Assistant Librarian

E. V. STEEL, B.A.
Cataloguing Boom

MARJORIE M. THOMPSON, B.Ec. (Senior Cataloguer).

EILEEN M. DINLEY, B.Sc.

ELIZABETH STANLEY, B.A.

BETTY BLAND, B.A.

(Ô) Oq National Service.

UNIVERSITY OFFICERS.

61

^ Periodicals and Accessions
K. W. BURROW.
MARGARET CRAMP, B.A.
MARY DETTMANN.


Orders

V. L. LEWIS.

MARGARET MOORE, B.A.

Issue

BEATRICE P. WINES, B.A. (in charge).
SHEILA FRASER..
MARGARET KELLER.
MARJORIE BEEBY.
T. B. SOUTHWELL.

^ Medical Branch Library—

JEAN M. MURPHY, B.A.

The Law School Library.

Assistants

MARGARET D. HAY.

RUBY ST. CLAIR.

F. C. HUTLEY-, B.A;, LL.B.

THE DEPARTMENT OF TUTORIAL CLASSES.

Director

W. G. K. DUNCAN, M.A., Ph.D.

^ Assistant Director

J. L. J. WILSON, B.Á. (b)
A. I. DAVERN; M.A. (Acting):

District Staff, Tutor at Newcastle

E. M. HIGGINS, B.A.
Organising Tutor in Country Districts—

L. C. MASTERTON, LL.B. (a)
Typists


JOYCE CHARLESWORTH.

BETTY BAINES.

(a) On Active Service.
(b) Oa National Service;

62

UNIVEESITT OFFICERS.


Tutorial Class

F. H. BEAED, M.A.

H. W. BELLHOUSE, B.A.

Miss ZOE BENJAMIN.

Professor F. A. BLAND.

J. O. A. BOUEKE, B.A.

S. J. BUTLIN, B.Ec, M.A.

T. A. BYENE, M.A.

Miss E. CHAELES, M.A.

J. G. CEAWFORD, M.Ee.

E. FORD, B.A.

F. W. FOWLER, M.A.

D. S. FEASER, M.B., D.P.H.

C. A. GIBB, M.A., B.Ec.
Miss MARSIE GODFREY, B.A.

D. C. GRIFFITHS, M.A., M.Ed.
A. G. HAMMER, B.A.

H. S. HANCOCK, M.A.

H. L. HARRIS, M.A., LL.B.

I. HENNING, B.A., D.U.P.

Lecturers (or 1941.

E. G. JACOBS.

T. A. KEWLEY, B.A.

Miss JOSEPHINE LAW, M.A. "

C. R. MAXWELL, B.A., B.Litt.

Miss M. MORROW, B.Sc.

L. C. MOTE, M.A.

H. J. OLIVER, M.A.

W. M. O'NEIL, M.A.

P. H. PARTRIDGE, M.A.

J. A. PASSMORE, M.A.

A. H. PELHAM, B.A.

Professor H. PRIESTLEY.

Mrs. J. CLUNIES ROSS, B.A.

C. D. ROWLEY, M.A.

Rev. A. WALKER, B.A.

K. F. WALKER, M.A.

R. G. WATT.

W. J. WEEDEN, M.A.

L. D. WOODWARD, B.A., D.U.P.

^ SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND TROPICAL MEDICINE.

Director

HARVEY SUTTON, O.B.E., M.D., Ch.B. (Melbourne),
D.P.H. (Melbourne), B.Sc. (Research) (Oxford), Pro-
fessor of Preventive Medicine.
Lecturers

A. H. BALDWIN, M.B., B.S., D.P.H. (Melbourne), D.T.M.
and H. (London) (Tropical Medicine).

W. C. SAWERS, D.S.O., M.B., B.S. (Melbourne), D.T.M.
(Liverpool), D.P.H. (Oxford) (Bacteriology and Path-
ology).

G. A. M. HEYDON, M.C., M.B., Ch.M., B.A., D.P.H.,
D.T.M. and H. (Cambridge) (Parasitology).

F. H. TAYLOR, F.R.E.S., F.Z.S. (Entomology).

^ Assistant Lecturers

CECIL E. COOK, C.B.E., M.D., D.P.H. (Sydney), D.T.M. & H.

(London).
R. ELLIOTT MURRAY, B.Sc, M.B., D.T.M. (Sydney).

Consulting Pathologist

A. H. TEBBUTT, D.S.O., V.D., B.A., M.B. (Sydney),
D.P.H. (Oxford).

UNIVERSITY OFFICERS.

^ 63

THE SYDNEY UNIVERSITY WAR MEMORIAL CARILLON.

Committee.

The CHANCELLOR. Professor F. A. TODD.

The DEPUTY-CHANCELLOR. Assistant Professor G. F.

The VICE-CHANCELLOR. SUTHERLAND.

Dr. J. J. C. BRADFIELD. The REGISTRAR,

Professor E. R. HOLME.

^ Honorary Officers.

Curator

Assistant Professor G.
Carillonists—
1928
J. G. FLETCHER, B.D.S.
K. M. BRANCH, B.Arch.
A. B. B. RANCLAUD, B.Sc.,
B.E.

1931
ENID P. CARPENTER, M.A.
J. LINDSAY GORDON, B.A.

1933
L. T. SHEA, M.B.
J. D. GORDON, M.A.

^ Assistant Carillonists—

1933
R. G. CHESHER.
BESSIE I. LONG, B.A.
NANCY LEE, B.A.

F. SUTHERLAND.

1934
E. ROMA NETTLESHIP. B.A.
MARJORIE J. EDWARDS, B.A.

1935
HAZEL DAWSON, M.A.

1937
PATRICIA GROSS.

1940.
G. W. COLLETT, B.Sc.
L. D. AVHEELER.
E. JOYCE RITCHIE, B.A.
A. DELBRIDGE.

1934
J. S. ELLIS, B.E.

1935
G. H. S. KNOWLES.

1936
J. A. WILLSON, B.A.
Librarian

Miss BEATRICE WINES, B.A,
Archivists

G. E. HALL, B.E.

A. COUSINS, B.A.
^ Electrical Engineer

T. WILKINS, B.E.
Mechanical Supervisor

S. E. HUTCHINSON.

1939.
SHEILA DAVIES!
JEAN M. MeDOUGALL.
D. STEWART.
J. UDY.

1940
MARGARET M. HAGNEY.
MARY I. BRAY.
ELEANOR BARKER.
D. W. B. ROBINSON.
JOAN C. KELLY.

1941
GERALDINE .J. KELLEHER.

C 64 UNIVERSITY OFFICERS.

^ NEW ENGLAND UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, ARMlDALE.

{Established, 1938.)

The Advisory Council.

Chairman

The Right Honourable SIR EARLE PAGE, P.C., G.C.M.G.,
M.B., C.h.M., F.R.A.C.S., M.H.R.

Vice-Cliairman

THOMAS RICHMOND FÖRSTER.

The Honourable JOSEPH HERBERT ARCHIBALD

PALMER ABBOTT, M.C., FLOOD.

B.A., M.H.R. " ROBERT SAMUEL HEATH-
ROY LESLIE BLAEE. WOOD.
EDGAR HAROLD BOOTH, ALBERT JOSEPH.

M.C., D-.Se., F.Inst.P. (ex ARTHUR JOHN MACKENZIE,

officio). M.B., Ch.M.

ALBERT ELLIOT BRAND. The Right Reverend JOHN

T . . . _ , .. ., „ STOWARD MOYES, M.A.,

Lieutenant-Colonel the Honour- Th a ' '

able MICHAEL FREDER- '-"^0^-

ICK BRUXNER, D.S.O., EUSTACE SIMPSON.

M.L.A. Miss MARY WHITE.

WILLIAM PEROY CHAPMAN. The Honourable HUGH MOF-

DOUGLAS COOKSON, M.B., FITT WEA<3GE, M.L.C.

Ch.M. PHILLIP ARUNDEL WRIGHT.

^ Officers of the College.

t , Warden

EDGAR HAROLD BOOTH, M.C., D.Se. (Sydney).
F.Inst.P (England). Appointed 1938..

Secretary to the Warden

JEAN B. DYCE, B.A.
Book-keeper

A. W. JONES, A.I.C.A., A.I.I.S.

^ Faculties of Arts and Economics.

Classics and English.—

Ij GCtlit YGT "

F. J. LETTERS, M.A., LL.B. (Sydney).
S. MUSGROVE, B.A. (Oxford).

Mathematics.—

lecturer s~—

J. M. SOMERVILLE, B.A. (Cambridge), B.Se. (Sydney).
F. CHONG, M.Se. (Sydney), B.A. (Cambridge).

UNIVERSITY OFFICERS. 65

^ French and German.

Ί · P G ÍIL T 6 Y~~~

E. G. CROSSLEY, B.A. ("Western Australia), Ph.D. (Frei-
burg i. B.)

French.

ISABEL M. BLANCHE, B.A. (Sydney), Diplome d'Etudes
Universitaires (Paris).

Philosophy and Psychology.

Lecturer

D. HOWIE, M.A. (Western Australia), Ph.D. (London).

History.

G. GREENAVOOD, M.A. (Sydney), Ph.D. (London).

Education.

Lecturer (Part-time}

C. B.'NEWLING, M.A. (Sydney).

^ History and Economics.

Lecturer—

J. P. BELSHAW, H.A. (New Zealand), Ph.D. (Man-
chester) .

Faculty of Science.

Physics.

Lecturers

J. M. SOMEEVILLE, B.A. (Cambridge), B.Sc. (Sydney).
P. CHONG, M.Se. (Sydney), B.A. (Cambridge).

Chemistry.

T. B. SWANSON, M.Sc. (Adelaide).
^ Zoology and Botany.

Jj G C t U Y G Y~~~

H. F. C. DAVIS, M.Sc. (Sydney).
Assistant Lecturer

MAEGARET CUMPSTON, M.Sc. (Sydney).

Geology and Geography.

LectftfCY

A. H. VOISEY, M.Sc. (Sydney).

IjΡΎΠ fill ^i'YfI YfJT ■ ■ ■

ELIZABETH M. BASNETT, M.Sc. (Sydney). j

C

66

UNIVERSITY OFFICERS.

^ THE STANDING COMMITTEE OF CONVOCATION.

(The first Standing Committee of Convocation was elected in
November, 1939 ; the list of elected members was published in the
Calendar for 1940.)
President

J. P. TIVEY, B.A., B.Sc, B.E.

Deputy-President

E. A. M. ALLEN, M.C., M.B., Ch.M.

^ Honorary Secretary

J. M. GOSPEE, B.E.

Members of Executive

KATHLEEN COMMINS, B.A., B.Ec.

B. E. NOBLE, B.Ec.

H. M. STOREY, M.A., LL.B.

A. G. H. LAWES, B.D.S.

Mrs. MILDRED MUSCIO, M.A.

^ MEMBERS OF THE STANDING COMMITTEE.

Representing the Faculty of Arts.

Men.

D. J. AUSTIN, B.A. J. ANDREWS, B.A., Ph.D.
A. F. OSBORNE, B.A., B.Ec. H. GILCHRIST, B.A.

JI. M. WOODWARD, M.A. J. C. MOORE, B.A.

C. J. HILL, B.A. B. L. BEENNAN, B.A., LL.B.
H. J. H. HENCHMAN, B.A., E. E. PAINE, B.A.

LL.B.

Women.

EACHAEL JEEDAN. M.A. KATHLEEN M. COMMINS, B.A.,

VICTORIA S. OLIVE, B.A. B.Ec.

ETHEL N. TEERMAN, B.A. FLORA S. P. ELDERSHAW, B.A.

FLORENCE M. MUSCIO, M.A. MARGARET WALKOM, B.A.

^ Representing the Faculty of Law.

Men.

K. V. SWAIN, LL.B. A. B. K. I. BRIDGE, LL.B.

H. M. STOREY, M.A., LL.B.

Representing the Faculty of Medicine.

Men.

H. K. PORTEE, M.B., Ch.M. E. H. M. STEPHEN, M.B., Ch.M.

E, A. M. ALLEN, M.C., M.B., T. M. GEEENAWAY, M.B., Ch.M.
Ch.M. L. A. DEY, M.B., Ch.M.

K. L. H. KIEKLAND, M.B., M. E. FLYNN, B.A., B.Sc, M.D.,
Ch.M. Ch.M.

D. G. CAEEUTHEES, M.B. Ch.M. C. R. M. LAVERTY, M.B., B.S.

UNIVERSITY OFFICERS. 67

Women.
MAEIE M. HAMILTON, M.B., Cli.M.

Representing the Faculty of Science.

Men.

J. N. BRITON, B.Sc, B.E. C. A. SHORT, B.Sc.

R, W. J. MACKAY, B.Sc, M.E.

Women.
CATHERINE D. COTTON, B.Sc. LILIAN E. I1EASEE, D.Sc.

^ Representing the Faculty of Engineering.

Men.

H. C. BUENETT, B.E. J. P. TIYEY, B.A., B.Sc, B.E.

J. M. GOSPEB, B.E.

Representing the Faculty of Dentistry.

Men.
A. 6. H. LAWES, B.D.S.

Representing the Faculties of Veterinary Science and
Agriculture.


Men.
W. L. WATERHOUSE, M.C., D.Sc.Agr.

Representing the Faculty of Economics.

Men.
B. E. NOBLE, B.Ec H. D. BLACK, M.Ec

Representing the Faculty of Architecture.

Men.
W. R. LAUEIE, B.Arch.

Representing the Faculties of Law, Dentistry, Veterinary Science,
Agriculture, Economics and Architecture.


Women.
JEAN L. MULLIN, B.A., LL.B.

^ THE BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

The following By-laws have not been amended since the
publication of the Calendar for
1939 in which they are printed
in full.


Chapter I.—THE CHANCELLOR. ANE DEPUTY CHANCELLOR.
Chapter II.—THE SENATE.

Chapter III.—THE .SEAL OF THE UNIVERSITY.
Chapter IV.—FINANCE.
Chapter V.—CONVOCATION.

Chapter VI.—THE VICE-CHANCELLOR AND OTHER OF-
FICERS.
Chapter VIL—THE PROFESSORS.

Chapter VIII.—BOARDS, FACULTIES AND COMMITTEES.
Chapter IX.—DEANS OF FACULTIES.

Chapter XXVI.—ADVANCED STUDENTS IN ARTS AND

SCIENCE.
Chapter XXVIL—ADMISSION ^ AD EUNDEM GJRADUM.
Chapter XXVIII.—TENURE OF OFFICE OF LECTURERS.
Chapter XXIX.—SUBSTITUTES FOR OFFICERS.

Chapter XXXIL—ACADEMIC DRESS.
Chapter XXXIIL—APPOINTMENTS BOARD.
Chapter XXXIV.—POST-GRADUATE COMMITTEE IN MEDI-
CINE.

Chapter X.—FACULTY OF ARTS.

  1. The Faculty of Arts shall consist of the Professors of
    Greek, Latin, Mathematics, English Language, English
    Literature, French, German, History, Philosophy, Psycho-
    logy, and Anthropology, and the Associate Professors of Applied
    Mathematics and Geography, together with the Assistant
    Professors and the Lecturers in the same subjects, the Professors
    of Education. Economics, and Oriental Studies, and the
    Lecturer in Italian.

  2. The degrees in Arts shall be (1) Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)',
    (2) Master of Arts (M.A.), and (3) Doctor of Letters (D.Litt.).

DEGREE OF BACHELOR. OF ARTS.

3. The degree of Bachelor of Arts shall be awarded in
two grades, namely, the Pass Degree and the Degree with
Honours.

68

CHAPTER X.—FACULTY OF ARTS. 69

  1. Except as provided in Chapter XX, Sections 2 and 3,
    candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts shall 'be required,
    before beginning courses qualifying for graduation (hereinafter
    called qualifying courses), to have passed the Matriculation
    Examination for the Faculty of Arts prescribed in Chapter XX,
    Sections 5 and 6, or to produce evidence of having graduated
    in some other Faculty of the University after passing the
    general Matriculation Examination.

  2. Candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts shall be
    required to attend qualifying courses for not less than three
    years and to pass the examinations of the courses in accordance
    with the conditions prescribed in this chapter.

  3. A qualifying course shall consist of lectures together with
    such tutorial instruction and such exercises or laboratory work,
    or both, as may be prescribed, In this chapter. "to take a
    course" means (a) to attend the lectures and the meetings, if
    any, for tutorial instruction, (δ) to perform satisfactorily the
    exercises and the laboratory work, if any, and (c) to pass the
    examinations of the course.

  4. The qualifying courses shall be in the subjects of study
    (hereinafter called subjects) forming the following groups and
    sub-groups, provided that Course III of Anthropology and
    of Moral and Political Philosophy and 'Course IV of any other
    subject may be taken as qualifying courses only by candidates
    for Honours at graduation :—■

Group I.Language and Literature.

  1. Greek (four courses).

  2. Latin (four courses).

  3. English (four courses).

  4. French (four courses).

  5. German (four courses).

  6. Italian (one course).

  7. Japanese (three courses).

Group II.History, Law and Political Science.
(a) History.

  1. History (four courses).

  2. Oriental History (one course).

70

BY-LAWS OF THE UNIVERSITY.

(6) Law and Political Science.
(X)
Roman Law (one course).

  1. Constitutional Law (one course).

  2. Jurisprudence, Legal History, and the Elemente of
    Political Science (one course).

  3. Public International Law (one course).

Group III.Mental and Social Science.
(a) Mental.

  1. Philosophy ('four courses).

  2. Moral and Political Philosophy " (three coursée).
    I, (3) Psychology (four courses).

(4) Education (one course).

(δ) Economic.

  1. Economics (four courses).

  2. Economic History (one course).

(c) Anthropological.

Anthropology (three courses).

Group IV.-Mathematics and Natural Science.
(a) Mathematics (four courses),
(δ) (1) Physics (three courses).

  1. Chemistry (three courses).

  2. Geology (three courses).

  3. Botany (three courses).

  4. Zoology (three courses).

  5. Geography (four courses).
    (T) Physiology (one course).




  1. Astronomy (one course).

  2. The History of Architecture and the Associated
    Arts (one course), or

Ancient and Medieval Art (one course).
In this chapter the Eoman numeralj, II, ΠΙ, or IV, placed
immediately after the name of a subject, means Course I, II,
III, or IV respectively.

8. In addition to the courses specified in Section 7, there
shall be elementary courses in Greek, German, Italian and
Japanese, but no elementary course shall count as a qualifying

CHAPTER X.—FACULTY OF ARTS. 71

course except as provided in Section 34. Elementary Courses
may be taken only by special permission of the Head of the
Department in which the Elementary Course is given.

9. Except with the permission of the Professor, no candidate
for the degree may attend a qualifying course in French or
German or Greek or Italian or Japanese or Latin or Mathe-
matics, unless he has already passed the Matriculation
Examination in that subject at the Higher Standard or an
equivalent examination; provided that, for the purposes of this
Section, the annual examination of the Elementary Courses
in German, Greek, Italian and Japanese shall be regarded as
an equivalent examination.

  1. Except with the special permission of the Faculty, no
    candidate for the degree may take Course II or a higher qualify-
    ing course of any subject other than Moral and Political
    Philosophy without having previously taken the lower quali-
    fying course or courses in the same subject or some other
    course or courses allowed by the By-laws to count as equiv-
    alent.

  2. Not more than two courses chosen from Group II (¾)
    shall count as qualifying courses, and these courses shall not
    be taken by a candidate until he has completed seven other
    qualifying courses.

  3. ííot more than three courses chosen from Group IV (δ)
    shall count as qualifying courses, provided that the four courses
    in Geography may be taken by candidates for Honours in that
    subject.

  4. A qualifying course in Anthropology or Astronomy or
    Economic History or Education shall not be taken by a candi-
    date until he has completed three other qualifying courses.

  5. A qualifying course in Education shall not be taken
    by a candidate until he has completed Course I of Philosophy
    or of Psychology.

14a. A qualifying course in Mora] and Political Philosophy
shall not be taken by a candidate until he has completed Course
I of Philosophy.

72 BY-LAWS CHTTHE UNn7EESITY.

■ 14b. A candidate taking any course in Greek higher than
Course I may take the Greek Philosophy course (Philosophy
II) as a qualifying course without having previously taken
Philosophy I.

15. Every candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Arts shall
be required to select subjects for study in consecutive courses.
Provided that for the purpose of fulfilling this requirement,
and without affecting the provisions of any other By-law—

(a) Any of the courses in a subject of Group II Cb) taken
after Courses I and II of any language subject or of
History or of Philosophy or of Psychology may be
counted as the third of a sequence of three Pass courses.

(l>) The course in Constitutional Law or the course in
Jurisprudence, Legal History and the Elements of
Political Science may be counted as Course III
(Pass) of Economics.

  1. Philosophy I, Philosophy. II and Education may be
    counted as a sequence of three Pass courses.

  2. Philosophy I, Education and Philosophy III may be
    counted as a sequence of three Pass courses.

(é) ' Philosophy I and Education may be counted as a
sequence of two Pass courses.

(/) Psychology I, Psychology II and Education may be
counted as a sequence of three Pass courses.

(ff) Psychology I and Education may be counted as a
sequence of two Pass courses, but not as the first two
courses of a sequence of three.

''Ji) History I and Economic History or Oriental
History may be counted as a sequence of two Pass
courses, but not as the first two courses of a sequence
of three.

(ΐ) The course in Economic History, taken after Course I
of Economics, may be counted as Course II (Pass) of
Economics, but not as the second course of a sequence
of three.

CHAPTER X.—FACULTY OF ARTS.




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