This Day in History for 6th December

Historical Events

Events 1 - 100 of 167

963 - Leo VIII elected Pope
1060 - Béla I of Hungary is crowned king of Hungary
1160 - Jean Bodels "Jeu de St Nicholas" premieres in Arras
1196 - Northern Dutch coast flooded, "Saint-Nicolas Flood"
1240 - Mongols under Batu Khan occupy & destroy Kiev
1424 - Don Alfonso V of Aragon grants Barcelona the right to exclude Jews
1527 - Pope Clemens VII flees to Orvieto
1534 - Quito, Ecuador, founded by Spanish
1631 - 1st predicted transit of Venus (Kepler) is observed
1641 - Don Francisco de Mello appointed land guardian of South Netherlands
1648 - Pride's Purge: Thomas Pride prevents 96 presbyterians from sitting in English parliament
1723 - Emperor Karel VI's Pragmatic Sanctie declares Constitution
1732 - 1st play in American colonies acted by professional players, NYC
1745 - Bonnie Prince Charlies army retreats to Scotland
King Alfonso V of AragonKing Alfonso V of Aragon 1756 - British troops under Robert Clive occupy Fulta, India
1768 - 1st edition of "Encyclopedia Brittanica" published (Scotland)
1787 - Laurens Pieter van de Speigel appointed Dutch pension advisor
1790 - The U.S. Congress moves from New York City to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
1822 - Veterinary school in Utrecht opens
1825 - Pres John Adams suggests establishment of a US observatory
1833 - HMS Beagle/Charles Darwin departs Rio de la Plata
1841 - Robert Schumann's 4th Symphony in D premieres
1843 - Amsterdam-Utrecht railway opens
Naturalist Charles DarwinNaturalist Charles Darwin 1845 - Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity is founded at Yale College.
1846 - Opera "La Damnation de Faust" is produced (Paris)
1849 - Harriet Tubman escapes from slavery in Maryland for the 2nd and final time
1862 - US President Lincoln orders hanging of 39 Santee Sioux indians
1864 - Battle of Deveaux's Neck, SC
1865 - 13th Amendment of the United States Constitution is ratified, abolishing slavery
1866 - Chicago water supply tunnel 3,227 m into Lake Michigan completed
1870 - Joseph H Rainey, 1st black in House of Reps (SC)
1873 - 1st international football game in US: Yale 2, Eton (England) 1
Abolitionist Harriet TubmanAbolitionist Harriet Tubman 1875 - 44th Congress (1875-77) convenes
1876 - 1st crematorium in US begins operation, Washington, Penn
1876 - City of Anaheim incorporated for 2nd time
1876 - US Electorial College picks Rep Hayes as pres (although Tilden won)
1877 - First recording made of the human voce - Thomas Edison reciting "Mary had a little lamb"
1877 - Washington Post publishes 1st edition
1882 - Atmosphere of Venus detected during transit
1884 - Aluminum capstone set atop Washington Monument, Wash, DC
1896 - D T Suzuki found the awakening at Engakuji temple, in Kamakura
Inventor Thomas EdisonInventor Thomas Edison 1897 - London becomes the world's first city to host licenced taxicabs.
1903 - Sumatra Atjehs guerilla leader Panglima Polim surrenders
1904 - Theodore Roosevelt confirms Monroe-doctrine (Roosevelt Corollary)
1906 - The British grant Transvaal self-government
1907 - Coal mine explosions in Monongah, WV, kills 361
1912 - China votes for universal human rights
1913 - White Sox beat Giants 9-4 in exhibition game in Tokyo
1914 - German troops over run Lodz
1916 - German army under Gen Mackensen occupies Bucharest
1916 - World War I: The Central Powers capture Bucharest.
26th US President Theodore Roosevelt26th US President Theodore Roosevelt 1917 - Finland declares independence from Russia (National Day)
1917 - French munition ship "Mont Blanc" explodes in Halifax, kills 1,700
1921 - Anglo-Irish Treaty signed; Ireland receives dominion status; partition creates Northern Ireland
1922 - 1st constitution of Irish Free State comes into operation
1922 - 1st electric power line commercial carrier in US, Utica, NY
1923 - 1st US Presidential address broadcast on radio by President Calvin Coolidge
1925 - Italy, Britain & Egypt sign Jaghbub accord (Italy)
1925 - Record 73,000 pay to watch Chic Bears beat NY Giants 19-7
30th US President Calvin Coolidge30th US President Calvin Coolidge 1929 - Turkey introduces female suffrage
1930 - 18th CFL Grey Cup: Toronto Balmy Beach defeat Regina Roughriders, 11-6
1933 - Ban on James Joyce' "Ulysses" in US lifted
1938 - 117 Spanish knights under capt Piet Laros return to Netherlands
1938 - French/German non-attack treaty drawn (Ribbentrop-Bonnet Pact)
1939 - 5th Heisman Trophy Award: Nile Kinnick, Iowa (HB)
1939 - Cole Porter's musical "Du Barry was a Lady" premieres in NYC
1940 - Gestapo arrest German resistance fighter/poster artist Helen Ernst
1940 - Pietro Badoglio resigns as viceroy of Ethiopia
Foreign Minister of the German Reich Joachim von RibbentropForeign Minister of the German Reich Joachim von Ribbentrop 1941 - Dutch & British pilots see Japanese invasion fleet at Singapore
1941 - NYC Council agrees to build Idlewild (Kennedy) Airport in Queens
1942 - Queen Wilhelmina announces Dutch Commonwealth
1942 - RAF bombs Philips factory (150 die)
1944 - US 95th Infantry division reaches Westwall
1947 - The Everglades National Park in Florida is dedicated.
1950 - Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Mirabile illud
1952 - Czech government tells Israeli ambassador, he's persona non grata
1953 - Brown's Lou "Toe" Groza kicks 8 PATs, beating Giants 62-14
1954 - Simone de Beauvoir receives Prix Goncourt
Author Simone de BeauvoirAuthor Simone de Beauvoir 1955 - NY psychologist Joyce Brothers won "$64,000 Question" on boxing
1956 - "Happy Hunting" opens at Majestic Theater NYC for 413 performances
1956 - Nelson Mandela & 156 others arrested for political activities in S Africa
1957 - 1st US attempt to launch a satellite fails-Vanguard rocket blows up
1957 - AFL-CIO votes to expel Teamsters (readmitted in October 1987)
1957 - Indonesia begins nationalizing Dutch possessions
1958 - US lunar probe Pioneer 3 reaches 107,269 km, falls back
1960 - AL grants Gene Autry a franchise, LA Angels
Anti-apartheid activist and South African President Nelson MandelaAnti-apartheid activist and South African President Nelson Mandela 1961 - 27th Heisman Trophy Award: Ernie Davis, Syracuse (HB)
1962 - US abandons Skybolt balistic missile program
1963 - Beatles begin a tradition of releasing a Christmas record for fans
1963 - Test Cricket debut of Graeme Pollock at the Gabba
1964 - "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" 1st airs on TV
1964 - KTVR TV channel 13 in La Grande, OR (PBS) begins broadcasting
1964 - President Segni of Italy resigns
1965 - 2 trucks crashed into a crowd of dancers (Sotouboua Togo) kills 125
1965 - Pakistan's Islamic Ideology Advisory Committee recommends that Islamic Studies be made a compulsory subject for Muslim students from primary to graduate level.
1966 - Polio vaccination becomes obligatory in Belgium
1967 - USSR performs nuclear test at Sary Shagan USSR
1968 - Baseball dismisses Commissioner William Eckert after 3 years
1968 - PBA National Championship won by Wayne Zahn
1968 - WKID (WSCV) TV channel 51 in Fort Lauderdale, FL (IND) 1st broadcast

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 1 - 100 of 215

846 - Hasan al-Askari, Shia Imam (d. 874)
1285 - King Ferdinand IV of Castile (d. 1312)
1421 - Henry VI, king of England (1422-61, 1470-71)
1478 - Baldassare Castiglione, Italian diplomat and author (d. 1529)
1550 - Orazio Tiberio Vecchi, composer
1586 - Niccolò Zucchi, Italian astronomer (d. 1670)
1608 - George Monck/Monk, English general/gov of Scotland
1637 - Sir Edmund Andros, English governor in North America (d. 1714)
1640 - Claude Fleury, French historian (d. 1723)
1642 - Johann Christoph Bach, German composer (d. 1703)
1685 - Marie-Adélaïde of Savoy, mother of Louis XV of France (d. 1712)
1721 - James Elphinston, British philologist (d. 1809)
1721 - Guillaume-Chrétien de Lamoignon de Malesherbes, French statesman (d. 1794)
1731 - S von Laroche, writer
1732 - Warren Hastings, England, 1st governor-General of India (1773-84)
1743 - Franz Nikolaus Novotny, composer
1752 - Gabriel Duvall, Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (d. 1844)
1768 - Johann Baptist Henneberg, composer
1775 - Nicolas Isouard, composer
1776 - Paul Friedrich Struck, composer
1778 - Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac, French physicist and chemist (d. 1850)
1792 - Abraham J van de Aa, lexicographer (Biographic Dictionary)
1792 - King William II of the Netherlands (d. 1849)
1805 - Adolf Reubke, German organ builder (d. 1875)
Magician Jean Eugène Robert-HoudinMagician Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin (1805) 1805 - Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin, French magician (d. 1861)
1806 - Louis-Gilbert Duprez, composer
1808 - Johan M Dautzenberg, Flemish author (Future)
1808 - Johann Christian Gebauer, composer
1809 - Stephen Thomas, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1903
1812 - Robert Spear Hudson, English businessman (d. 1884)
1816 - Henry Eustace McCulloch, Brigadier General (Confederate Army), died in 1895
1822 - John Eberhard, built 1st large-scale pencil factory in US
1823 - Friedrich Max Müller, German orientalist (d. 1900)
1831 - Joshua Woodrow Sill, Brigadier General (Union volunteers), died in 1862
The Gray Ghost John Singleton MosbyThe Gray Ghost John Singleton Mosby (1833) 1833 - John Singleton Mosby, Powhatan County, Virginia, lawyer/Col (Confederate Army), (d. 1916)
1835 - Wilhelm Rudolf Fittig, Hamburg, German Chemist (synthesizing organic compounds)
1841 - Frédéric Bazille, French painter (d. 1870)
1843 - Albert de Vriendt, Flemish historical painter/etcher
1846 - Henryk Jarecki, composer
1849 - August von Mackensen, German field marshal (d. 1945)
1853 - Haraprasad Shastri, Indian academic, Sanskrit scholar, archivist and historian of Bengali literature (d. 1931)
1863 - Charles Martin Hall, American chemist (d. 1914)
1864 - William S. Hart, American actor, silent Westerns (Wild Bill Hickok, Tumbleweeds)
1872 - Mikulas Moyzes, composer
1875 - Evelyn Underhill, British poet (d. 1941)
1876 - Fred Duesenberg, German-born automobile pioneer (d. 1932)
1884 - Rose Schneiderman, NY state dept of labor sect (1937-44)
1885 - Albrecht Schaeffer, German writer (The General)
Poet Joyce KilmerPoet Joyce Kilmer (1886) 1886 - Joyce Kilmer, New Brunswick, New Jersey, poet (Trees), (d. 1918)
1887 - Joseph Lamb, composer
1887 - Lynn Fontanne, Woodford England, Bdwy actress (Dulcy, Arms & the Man)
1888 - Will Hay, English comedian and actor (d. 1949)
1890 - Dion Fortune, British occultist (d. 1946)
1890 - Yoshio Nishina, Japanese physicist (d. 1951)
1890 - Rudolf Schlichter, German artist and writer (d. 1955)
1892 - F Osbert S Sitwell, London, poet/writer (Out of the Flame)
1892 - Lina Carstens, Wiesbaden Germany, actress (Homeland, Broken Jug)
Occultist and Author Dion FortuneOccultist and Author Dion Fortune (1890) 1893 - Lou Little, college football hall of fame coach (elected 1960)
1896 - Arnold Foster, composer
1896 - George Trafton, NFL center (Chicago Bears)
1896 - Ira Gershwin, lyricist ('S Wonderful, I Got Rhythm)
1897 - John Axel Fernstrom, composer
1897 - O W Cisek, writer
1898 - Alfred Eisenstaedt, photo journalist
1898 - Gunnar Myrdal, Sweden, sociologist/economist (Nobel 1974)
1898 - Herman Shumlin, actor (Watch on the Rhine)
1899 - Harry Buller Siege Willis, son of South Africa boer in Ladysmith
1899 - Nikolai Batalov, Moscow Russia, actor (Mother)
Actress Agnes MooreheadActress Agnes Moorehead (1900) 1900 - Agnes Moorehead, Clinton, Massachusetts, American actress (Endora-Bewitched)
1902 - Virgilio Mortari, composer
1903 - Tony Lazzeri, American baseball player (d. 1946)
1904 - Eve Denise Curie, French pianist/author/daughter of Madame Curie
1905 - James J. Braddock, American boxer (d. 1974)
1906 - Antoon Spinoy, Belgian politician
1908 - Pierre Graber, Swiss Federal Councilor (d. 2003)
1909 - Alan McGilvray, cricketer (20 games for NSW mid 1930's) and commentator (ABC)
1909 - Kenneth Watkins, woodland conservationist
1911 - Alfred James Broomhall, Methodist missionary
1913 - Eleanor Holm, NYC, 100m backstroke swimmer (Olympic-gold-1932)
1914 - Cyril Washbrook, cricketer (stalwart Lancs & England opener)
1916 - Hugo Peretti, American songwriter and record producer (d. 1986)
1917 - Kamal Jumblatt, leader of the Lebanese Druze (d. 1977)
1917 - Irv Robbins, Canadian-American entrepreneur (d. 2008)
1918 - Granville James Leveson Gower, land owner
1918 - Harold Horace Hopkins, inventor (Endoscope)
1918 - Peter A Juten, office clerk/resistance fighter
1918 - Willem Oosterheers, resistance fighter
1919 - Paul de Man, Belgian-born literary critic (d. 1983)
1919 - Jimmy Bivins [James], Cleveland, Ohio, Hall of Fame heavyweight boxer, (d. 2012)
1920 - Dave Brubeck, Concord CA, jazz pianist/composer (Gates of Justice), (d. 2012)
1920 - George Porter, British chemist, Nobel laureate (d. 2002)
NFL Quarterback Otto GrahamNFL Quarterback Otto Graham (1921) 1921 - Otto Graham, Waukegan Illinois, NFL Quarterback (Cleveland Browns)
1921 - Piero Piccioni, Italian musician and composer (d. 2004)
1922 - John Henry Cound Brunt, English soldier, Victoria Cross holder (d. 1944)
1924 - Wally Cox, Detroit, actor (Mr Peepers, Hollywood Squares)
1924 - Sergey Yablonsky, Moscow, Soviet and Russian mathematician and one of the founders of the Soviet school of mathematical cybernetics and discrete mathematics (d. 1998)
1925 - Andy Robustelli, NFL defensive end (LA Rams, NY Giants)
1926 - Martti Katajisto, Parkano Finland, actor (Mar Oksalla Ylimmaellae)
1927 - Jacques Bondon, composer
1928 - Bert Geoffrey Achong, inventor (electron microscopist)

Famous Weddings

Weddings 1 - 8 of 8

1491 - King Charles VIII of France marries Anna of Bretagne
Poet Pablo NerudaPoet Pablo Neruda (1930) 1930 - Pablo Neruda marries Marie A Hagenaar Vogelzang in Batavia
1941 - King Leopold of Belgium marries Lilian Baels
1962 - Actor Sean Connery (32) weds actress Diane Cilento on Gibraltar
1975 - US Senator Bob Dole (52) weds former senator Elizabeth Hanford (39)
1997 - ABC's World News Tonight news anchor Peter Jennings (59) weds Kayce Freed in Bridgehampton, New York
2003 - "The Bachelorette" star Trista Rehn (31) weds Ryan Sutter (29) at The Lodge in Rancho Mirage, California
2008 - "Lonestar" bass guitarist John Rich (34) weds former model Joan Bush in Nashville

Famous Divorces

Divorces 1 - 3 of 3

Actress Bette DavisActress Bette Davis (1938) 1938 - Actress Bette Davis (30) divorces musician Harmon Nelson (31) due to cruel and inhuman manner after more than 6 years of marriage
1982 - US Senator Ted & Joan Kennedy divorce
1988 - Actor and comedian Robin Williams (37) divorces Valerie Velardi after 10 years of marriage

Famous Deaths

Deaths 1 - 100 of 117

Christian Saint and Greek Bishop of Myra Saint NicholasChristian Saint and Greek Bishop of Myra Saint Nicholas (343) 343 - Saint Nicholas, Greek Bishop who became the model for Santa Claus, dies at 73
1185 - Afonso I, the Conqueror, king of Portugal (1143-85), dies at 76
1352 - Clement VI, [Pierre Roger], Pope (1342-52), dies
1531 - John Volkertsz Trimaker, Dutch anabaptist leader, beheaded
1550 - Pieter Coecke van Aelst, Flemish painter, dies at 48
1562 - Jan van Scorel, Dutch painter/architect, dies
1598 - Elbertus Leoninus, Dutch lawyer/politician, dies at about 78
1618 - Jacques-Davy Duperron, French cardinal (b. 1556)
1640 - Matthijs Elsevier, Flemish/Dutch book publisher/merchant, dies at 75
1651 - Anna Roemers Visscher, Dutch poetess, dies at 68
1658 - Gracian, writer, dies
1716 - Benedictus Buns, Dutch Carmelite and composer (b. 1642)
1718 - Nicholas Rowe, English poet and dramatist (b. 1674)
1746 - Lady Grizel Baillie, Scottish songwriter (b. 1665)
1771 - Giovanni Battista Morgagni, Italian anatomist (b. 1682)
1779 - Jean-Baptiste-Siméon Chardin, French painter (b. 1699)
1788 - Jonathan Shipley, British bishop and politician (b. 1714)
1793 - Marie Jeanne Becu comtesse du Barry, mistress of Louis XV, beheaded
1799 - Joseph Black, Scottish medical/chemist/physicist, dies at 71
1834 - Jonas Daniel Meyer, Dutch lawyer, dies at 54
1855 - William John Swainson, English naturalist and artist (b. 1789)
1865 - Sebastian de Iradier, Spanish composer (Arreglito), dies at 56
1867 - Giovanni Pacini, composer, dies at 71
1867 - Jean Pierre Flourens, French physician (b. 1794)
1868 - August Schleicher, German linguist (b. 1821)
1869 - Jan de Liefde II, Dutch vicar/author (People's Welfare), dies at 54
1873 - Manuel Acuna, Mexican poet (Ante un Cadaver), dies at 24
1879 - Erastus Brigham Bigelow, American industrialist (b. 1814)
1882 - A Trollope, writer, dies
1882 - Alfred Escher, Swiss politician and railroad entrepreneur (b. 1819)
President of the Confederate States of America Jefferson DavisPresident of the Confederate States of America Jefferson Davis (1889) 1889 - Jefferson Davis, Pres of Confederate States (1861-5), dies at 81
1889 - Joseph H "Jozef" Neuhuys, painter, dies at 48
1892 - E Werner von Siemens, German industrialist (Siemens AG), dies at 75
1903 - Frederick Grant Gleason, composer, dies at 54
1914 - Eduard Jacobs, Dutch cabaret artist, dies at 47
1920 - Karel Kovarovic, composer, dies at 57
1924 - Gene Stratton-Porter, American author, screenwriter and naturalist (b. 1863)
1925 - Dat So la Lee "Dabuda" or Louise Keyser, Native American (Washoe) basket weaver dies aged about 96
1926 - Claude [Oscar] Monet, French painter (impressionist), dies at 86
1933 - Auguste Chapuis, composer, dies at 75
1934 - Duke Charles Michael of Mecklenburg, head of the House of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (b. 1863)
1940 - Charlie Hime, cricketer (one Test for South Africa 1895), dies
1943 - Firmin Baes, Flemish painter, dies at 69
1943 - Hermann Lohr, composer, dies at 72
1946 - Maximilian Oseyevich Shteynberg, composer, dies at 63
Blues Musician Lead BellyBlues Musician Lead Belly (1949) 1949 - Lead Belly, [Huddie William Ledbetter], blues singer, dies at 64
1951 - J Edward Bromberg, dies at 47
1951 - Harold Ross, American magazine editor (b. 1892)
1953 - Konstanty I Galczynski, Polish poet (Zielona Ges), dies at 48
1955 - Honus Wagner, baseball player, dies at 81
1956 - Dr. Bhimji Ramji Ambedkar, Indian Minister of Law and architect of The Constitution of India (b. 1891)
1957 - Robert Esnault-Pelterie, French Engineer and aviation pioneer, dies at 76
1958 - Erwin Bodky, composer, dies at 62
1959 - Len Doyle, actor (Harrington-Mr District Attorney), dies at 66
MLB Shortshop Honus WagnerMLB Shortshop Honus Wagner (1955) 1961 - Frantz Fanon, West Indian psychiatrist and writer (b. 1925)
1963 - Jozef Goossenaerts, Flem philologist (Language Boundary), dies at 81
1964 - Consuelo Vanderbilt (b. 1877)
1965 - Alberto Vaccari, Italian jesuit/old testament scholar, dies at 90
1966 - Hermann Heiss, composer, dies at 68
1970 - Thomas S Power, USAF-gen (Raid on Tokyo-March 1945), dies at 65
1971 - Hugo Godron, composer, dies at 71
1971 - Jan Altink, Dutch painter/co-founder (Plough), dies at 86
1972 - Janet Munro, actress (Crawling Eye, Swiss Family Robinson), dies at 38
1973 - Justus Hermann Wetzel, composer, dies at 94
1973 - Robert A Watson-Watt, Scottish developer of the radar in WWII, dies at 81
1976 - João Goulart, President of Brazil (b. 1918)
1983 - Lucienne Boyer, French singer (b. 1903)
1984 - Ruth Cummings, actress (Daybreak, Dream of Love), dies at 90
1985 - Burleigh Grimes, US baseball pitcher, dies at 92
1985 - Burr Tillstrom, puppeteer (Kukla Fran & Ollie), dies at 68
1986 - Malik Oussekine, Algerian/French student, killed by police at 22
1987 - James Dobson, actor (Impulse, Jet Attack, Okinawa), dies
1988 - Bill Harris, US guitarist (Clovers-Love Potion No 9), dies at 63
1988 - Roy Orbison, singer (Pretty Woman), dies of massive heart attack at 52
1989 - Frances Beauvier, actress (Aunt Bee, Mayberry), dies at 86
1989 - John Paine, actor (Miracle on 34th St), dies at 77
1989 - Sammy Fain, composer, dies at 87
1989 - John Payne, American movie actor (b. 1912)
1990 - Tunku Abdul Rahman, PM of Malaysia (1957-70), dies
1991 - Ann Sorg Coston, actress (Anna-Aldrich Family), dies at 62
1991 - Headman Tshabalala, South African singer (Ladysmith Black Mambazo), shot and killed at 44
1992 - Hank Worden, actor (Red River), dies of natural causes at 91
1992 - Percy Herbert, actor (Capt Apache), dies of heart attack at 72
1993 - Don Ameche, actor (Cocoon), dies of prostate cancer at 85
1993 - Prof Wolfgang Paul, German physicist (Nobel 1989), dies at 80
1993 - Rita Macedo, actress (Divinas Palabras), dies of heart attack at 65
1993 - Rouaz Lakhdar, Algerian supreme court justice, murdered
1994 - AJ Bronkhorst, vicar/theologist (Reform The Netherlands), dies at 80
1994 - Alan Owen, English screenplay/actor (Hard Day's Night), dies at 69
1994 - Gian Maria Volonte, actresss (Fistful of Dollars), dies at 61
1995 - Dmitri Antonovitch Volkogonov, soldier/historian, dies at 67
1995 - James "Scotty" Barrett Reston, journalist, dies at 86
1995 - John Trevor Key, photographer, dies at 48
1995 - Kathleen Harrison, actress (Fast Lady, Big Money), dies at 103
1995 - Leslie Wilkinson, journalist, dies at 97
1995 - [Schaff] Claire Polin, composer, dies at 69
1996 - Bryan Clieve Roberts, lawyer/civil servant, dies at 83
NFL Commissioner Pete RozelleNFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle (1996) 1996 - [Alvin] Pete Rozelle, NFL commissioner, dies of brain cancer at 70
1997 - Alan Mouncer, film director/producer, dies at 68
1997 - Edmund Charles Wolf Myers, soldier/engineer, dies at 91

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