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Turco Municipality

Index Turco Municipality

Turco Municipality is the second municipal section of the Sajama Province in the Oruro Department in Bolivia, and was founded on February 15, 1957. [1]

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Acotango

Acotango is the central and highest of a group of stratovolcanoes straddling the border of Bolivia and Chile.

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Andean hairy armadillo

The Andean hairy armadillo (Chaetophractus nationi) is an armadillo located in Bolivia, in the region of the Puna; the departments of Oruro, La Paz, and Cochabamba (Gardner, 1993).

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Andean mountain cat

The Andean mountain cat (Leopardus jacobita) is a small wild cat native to the high Andes that has been classified as Endangered by IUCN because fewer than 2,500 individuals are thought to exist in the wild.

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Ari Qullu Phujru

Ari Qullu Phujru (Aymara ari pointed, sharp, qullu mountain, phujru hole or pit in the earth without water, not very deep, "pointed mountain hole", also spelled Ari Kkollu Phujro, Arikkollu Phujru) is a mountain in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Asu Asuni

Asu Asuni (Aymara asu newborn creature, the reduplication signifies there is a group or a complex of something, -ni a nominal suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with some newborn creatures") is a mountain in a volcanic complex in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Ayllu

The ayllu is the traditional form of a community in the Andes, especially among Quechuas and Aymaras.

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Aymara language

Aymara (Aymar aru) is an Aymaran language spoken by the Aymara people of the Andes.

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Aymara people

The Aymara or Aimara (aymara) people are an indigenous nation in the Andes and Altiplano regions of South America; about 1 million live in Bolivia, Peru and Chile.

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Ñuñu Qullu (Sajama)

Ñuñu Qullu (Aymara ñuñu breast, qullu mountain, "breast mountain", also spelled Nunu Kkollu) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Bolivia

Bolivia (Mborivia; Buliwya; Wuliwya), officially known as the Plurinational State of Bolivia (Estado Plurinacional de Bolivia), is a landlocked country located in western-central South America.

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Cantons of Bolivia

On the level below municipalities, Bolivia is divided into 1374 cantons (cantones).

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Carangas Province

Carangas is a province in the northern parts of the Bolivian department of Oruro.

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Ch'alla Willk'i (Oruro)

Ch'alla Willk'i (Aymara ch'alla sand, willk'i gap, "sand gap", also spelled Challa Willkhi) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Ch'ankha Muqu

Ch'ankha Muqu (Aymara ch'ankha wool cord, muqu knot; joint of a part of the reed,also spelled Changa Mokho, Changa Mokko) is a dome in the Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia northeast of the Chullkani volcano.

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Ch'iyar Jaqhi (Sajama)

Ch'iyar Jaqhi (Aymara ch'iyara black, jaqhi precipice, cliff, "black cliff", also spelled Chiar Jakke) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about high.

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Ch'iyar Jaqhi (Turco)

Ch'iyar Jaqhi (Aymara ch'iyara black, jaqhi precipice, cliff, "black cliff", also spelled Chiar Jakke) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Ch'iyar Jaqhi (Umurata)

Ch'iyar Jaqhi (Aymara ch'iyara black, jaqhi precipice, cliff, "black cliff", also spelled Chiar Jakke) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Chachakumani (Oruro)

Chachakumani (Quechua chachakuma a medical plant, -ni an Aymara suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with chachakuma, Hispanicized spelling Chachacomani) is a mountain in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Chile

Chile, officially the Republic of Chile, is a South American country occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west.

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Chilli Qhata

Chilli Qhata (Aymara chilli deep, qhata knee pit, "deep knee pit", also spelled Chillicata) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Chullkani

Chullkani (possibly a broken name from Aymara Chullunkhäni ("the one with the icicles"), Hispanicized spelling Chullcani) is a volcano in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Chungara–Tambo Quemado

Chungara–Tambo Quemado (Paso Chungara–Tambo Quemado) is a mountain pass through the Cordillera Occidental of the Andes along the border between Chile and Bolivia.

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Chunkarani

Chunkarani (Aymara chunkara pointed mountain, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a pointed mountain", Hispanicized spelling Chungarani) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Chuqil Qamiri

Chuqil Qamiri (Aymara chuqila a people of hunters of the puna, qamiri a demon or false god, kamiri, qamiri creator (God), also spelled Choquel Camiri) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about high.

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Cordillera Occidental (Central Andes)

The Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia is part of the Andes (that is also part of the American Cordillera), a mountain range characterized by volcanic activity, making up the natural border with Chile and starting in the north with Juqhuri and ending in the south at the Licancabur volcano, which is on the southern limit of Bolivia with Chile.

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Cougar

The cougar (Puma concolor), also commonly known as the mountain lion, puma, panther, or catamount, is a large felid of the subfamily Felinae native to the Americas.

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Darwin's rhea

The Darwin's rhea (Rhea pennata), also known as the lesser rhea, is a large flightless bird, but the smaller of the two extant species of rheas.

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Departments of Bolivia

Bolivia is a unitary state consisting of nine departments (departamentos).

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Habitat

In ecology, a habitat is the type of natural environment in which a particular species of organism lives.

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Jach'a K'uchu (Bolivia)

Jach'a K'uchu (Aymara jach'a big, k'uchu corner, "big corner", also named Jachcha Khuchu, Jachcha Kuchu) is a mountain in a volcanic field in the Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia northeast of the Chullkani volcano.

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Jach'a Qullu (Oruro)

Jach'a Qullu (Aymara jach'a big, qullu mountain, "big mountain", also spelled Jachcha Kkollu) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia which reaches a height of approximately.

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Janq'u Jaqhi (Oruro)

Janq'u Jaqhi (Aymara janq'u white, jaqhi precipice, cliff, "white cliff", also spelled Jankho Jakke) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia which reaches a height of approximately.

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Janq'u Willk'i (Sajama)

Janq'u Willk'i (Aymara jach'a big, qullu mountain, "big mountain", also spelled Jankho Willkhi) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia which reaches a height of approximately.

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Jarava ichu

Jarava ichu, commonly known as Peruvian feathergrass, ichhu, paja brava, and paja ichu, is a grass endemic to Guatemala, Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, and Argentina, growing extensively in the Andean altiplano.

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Kimsa Chata (Bolivia-Chile)

Kimsa Chata or Kimsachata (Aymara and Quechua kimsa three, Pukina chata mountain, "three mountains", Hispanicized Quimsa Chata, Quimsachata) is a -long volcanic complex on a north-south alignment along the border between Bolivia and Chile, overseeing Chungara Lake.

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Kimsa Chata (Sajama)

Kimsa Chata (Aymara and Quechua kimsa three, Pukina chata mountain, "three mountains", Hispanicized Quimsa Chata) is a group of three mountains in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Kimsa Misa

Kimsa Misa (Aymara kimsa three, misa offering, also spelled Quimsa Mesa) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia which reaches a height of approximately.

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Kiswara (Bolivia)

Kiswara (Aymara for Buddleja incana, Hispanicized spelling Quishuara) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Kuntur Ikiña (Sajama)

Kuntur Ikiña (Aymara kunturi condor, ikiña to sleep, bed or blanket, "bed of the condor" or "resting place of the condor", Hispanicized spelling Condor Iquiña) is a mountain in the Andes located in the Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia.

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Kusin Ch'utu

Kusin Ch'utu (Aymara kusi happiness, fortune, good luck, -n(i) a suffix to indicate ownership, ch'utu peak of a mountain, top of the head, Hispanicized spelling Cusin Chuto) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Litoral Province (Bolivia)

Litoral (or Litoral de Atacama) is a province in the southwestern parts of the Bolivian Oruro Department.

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Liyun Ikiña

Liyun Ikiña or León Ikiña (Aymara liyun lion (a borrowing from Spanish león, here referring to the cougar), ikiña bed, sleeping place, "sleeping place of the lion (cougar)", also spelled Leon Iquina, León Iquiña) is a dome in the Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia north of the summit of the Chullkani volcano.

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Llama

The llama (Lama glama) is a domesticated South American camelid, widely used as a meat and pack animal by Andean cultures since the Pre-Columbian era.

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Municipalities of Bolivia

Municipalities in Bolivia are administrative divisions of the entire national territory governed by local elections.

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Oruro Department

Oruro is a department in Bolivia, with an area of.

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Oruro, Bolivia

Oruro (Hispanicized spelling) or Uru Uru is a city in Bolivia with a population of 264,683 (2012 calculation), about halfway between La Paz and Sucre in the Altiplano, approximately above sea level.

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Phasa Willk'i

Phasa Willk'i (Aymara phasa edible earth, willk'i gap, "phasa gap", also spelled Pasa Willkhi, Phasa Willkhi) is a mountain in a volcanic complex in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Pichaqani (Sajama)

Pichaqani (Aymara pichaqa, phichaqa, piqacha a big needle, -ni a suffix, "the one with a big needle", also spelled Pichacani) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Polylepis tomentella

Polylepis tomentella, known in its native habitat by the Spanish common name queñoa de altura (polylepis or quenoa of altitude), is a short tree or shrub which is found in small, scattered groupings along the mountainous borders of Bolivia, Chile, and Peru (Western Cordillera), growing in soil formed by volcanoes.

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Provinces of Bolivia

A province is the second largest administrative division in Bolivia, after a department.

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Pukarani (Bolivia)

Pukarani (Aymara pukara fortress, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a fortress", hispanicized spelling Pocarani) is mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Q'ara Qullu (Sajama)

Q'ara Qullu (Aymara q'ara bare, bald, qullu mountain, "bare mountain", also spelled Cara Kkollu) is a mountain in the Bolivian Andes which reaches a height of approximately.

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Q'aysiri

Q'aysiri (Aymara q'aysa a kind of potato, -(i)ri a suffix, also spelled Caysiri) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about high.

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Qhapaqa

Qhapaqa (Aymara for king or sir; rich, Hispanicized spelling Capaja) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Sabaya Province

Sabaya (formerly: Atahuallpa) is a province in the central parts of the Bolivian Oruro Department.

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Sajama National Park

Sajama National Park is a national park located in the Oruro Department, Bolivia.

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Sajama Province

Sajama is a province in the northwestern parts of the Bolivian Oruro Department.

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Salla Qullu

Salla Qullu (Aymara salla steep ridge or boulders, qullu mountain, Hispanicized spelling Salla Kkollu, Salla Khollu) is a mountain in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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San Pedro de Totora Province

San Pedro de Totora is a province in the northern parts of the Bolivian department of Oruro.

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Spanish language

Spanish or Castilian, is a Western Romance language that originated in the Castile region of Spain and today has hundreds of millions of native speakers in Latin America and Spain.

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Tankani (Bolivia)

Tankani (Aymara tanka hat and biretta of priests, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a biretta", Hispanicized spelling Tancani) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Taruca

The taruca (Hippocamelus antisensis), or north Andean deer, is a species of deer native to South America.

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Taypi Qullu (Sajama)

Taypi Qullu (Aymara taypi center, middle, qullu mountain, "center mountain", Hispanicized spelling Taypi Kkollu) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia which reaches a height of approximately.

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Taypi Qullu (Turco)

Taypi Qullu (Aymara taypi center, middle, qullu mountain, "center mountain", also spelled Taypi Kkollu) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Turi Turini (Oruro)

Turi Turini (Aymara turi tower, the reduplication indicates that there is a group or a complex of something, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a group of towers") is a mountain in a volcanic complex in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia, about high.

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Umurata

Umurata is a mountain in the Andes, about 5,717 m (18,757 ft) high, situated in the Cordillera Occidental on the border of Bolivia and Chile.

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Uqi Uqini

Uqi Uqini (Aymara uqi uqi a species of plant, uqi brown, grey brown, the reduplication indicates that there is a group or a complex of something, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with the uqi uqi plant" or "the one with a complex of grey-brown color", Hispanicized spelling Oke Okeni) is a volcano in the Andes.

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Uqi Uqini (Bolivia)

Uqi Uqini (Aymara uqi uqi a species of plant, uqi brown, grey brown, the reduplication indicates that there is a group or a complex of something, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with the uqi uqi plant" or "the one with a complex of grey-brown color", hispanicized spelling Oke Okeni) is a mountain in the Bolivian Andes which reaches a height of approximately.

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Uyarani

Uyarani is a volcano in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Vicuña

The vicuña (Vicugna vicugna) or vicuna (both, very rarely spelled vicugna) is one of the two wild South American camelids which live in the high alpine areas of the Andes, the other being the guanaco.

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Wankarani (Bolivia)

Wankarani (Aymara wankara a kind of drum, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with a wankara", hispanicized spelling Huancarani) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about high.

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Wayna Chullunkhäni

Wayna Chullunkhäni (Aymara wayna young, chullunkhä ('ä' stands for a long 'a') icicle, -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, meaning "Young Chullunkhäni" or literally "the young one with icicles", Hispanicized spelling Huayna Chulluncani, also Huayna Chullcani) is a mountain in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Wayna Potosí (Oruro)

Wayna Potosí (Aymara and Quechua wayna young, hispanicized spelling Huayna Potosí) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about 4,969 metres (16,302 ft) high.

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Wichhu Qullu (Sajama)

Wichhu Qullu (Aymara jichu, wichhu stipa ichu, qullu mountain, "ichu mountain", also named Wichukkollu Loma (Spanish loma hill) is a mountain in a volcanic field in the Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia northeast of the summit of the Chullkani volcano. It is located in the Oruro Department, Sajama Province, Turco Municipality, between Jach'a K'uchu in the northeast and Liyun Ikiña in the southwest. The peak of Wichhu Qullu reaches a height of approximately. The Wichhu Qullu lavas, named after the mountain, are lava flows whose outcrops are best visible in the Qhuyani (Khoyani), Liyun Ikiña and Wichhu Qullu valleys.

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Wila Qullu (Qutallani)

Wila Qullu (Aymara wila blood, blood-red, qullu mountain, "red mountain", also spelled Wila Kkollu) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia, about high.

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Wila Qullu (Turco)

Wila Qullu (Aymara wila red or blood, qullu mountain, "red mountain", Hispanicized spelling Wila Kkollu) is a mountain in the Cordillera Occidental in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Willk'i

Willk'i (Aymara for gap, also spelled Willkhi) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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Yapu Qullu (Sajama)

Yapu Qullu (Aymara yapu field, qullu mountain, "field mountain", also spelled Yapu Kkollu, Yapukkollu) is a dome in the Cordillera Occidental of Bolivia southeast of the summit of the Chullkani volcano.

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Yareta

Yareta or llareta (Azorella compacta, also known as "Llareta" in Spanish, and historically as Azorella yareta) is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae native to South America.

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Yaritani

Yaritani (yarita local name for Azorella compacta, Aymara -ni a suffix to indicate ownership, "the one with yarita", hispanicized spelling Yaretani) is a mountain in the Andes of Bolivia.

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References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turco_Municipality

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