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The Michigan Daily - Friday, January 19, 1996 - 7

ANNARBOR'SPREMIER HOTEL HOUSE DIRECTOR - for U of M SUMMER BUSINESS. Are you an
Now Seeking fraternity. Manage personnel, finances, food entrepreneur? Great opportunity with low
service, & maintenance. Compensation in- start-up cost. Management training, earn up
*Bellman director cludes room, meals, & stipend. Send resume to $600Iwk. Vehicle req. Call Greenland ir-
*Front desk clerk to: Lutes & Associates, 918 N. Main, Ann rigation 1-800/361-4074.
*Housekeeper Arbor, M 48104. SUMMER WORK
*Night auditor JONATHON B PUB at Briarwood Mall is Students in our summer program
*Valet takin ao lications for ex erienced AVER AGED157- 500latsummer
-..- - - - - - - IS V 4S~u t~ SM $* 75 0 * l. t B~5Bt

w e are looking for happy, dependable,
ergetic loyal p e to join our top-notch
service team. We offer excellent wages and
.benefits. p
A ly rson at:
THE CAMPUS INN
615 E. HURON
CORNER OF STATE AND HURON
ANTHONY MADE $750 last week in only
25 hours. Jenny made more. Dick wasn't
here. He made nothing. Don't be a Dick! Ex-
cellent sales opportunity. call 973-2077 for
"appt.
ARE YOU ONE of thos:: crazy people who
,ves to clean? Join us. We do residential
'~eaning & are looking for a few good people
who are honest, reliable, & take pride in a job
well done. Must have car. Great wages! 973-
8937.
ARTIST WANTED! NEW contemporary
gallery seeking all mediums. Please call 517/
485-0028.
CAMP COUNSELORS join the exciting ad-
venture and share the rewards and memories
at summer camp! Top ranked camps in the
Pocono Mtns. of PA need counselors ex-
- ren ced teaching water and land sports,
SI's/Life Guards, Tennis, Climbing, Aris
~d more! Salary plus room & board. 2 hours
from NYC. Call 215/887-9700 or write: 151
Washington Lane, Jenkinstown, PA 19027.
CAREGIVER NEEDED part-time for 6
elderly ladies in a residential home in Ann
Arbor. Responsibilities include some cooking
& cleaning. 15-25 hrs./wk., eves. &
weekends, flexible schedule, $8/hr. Ideal for
graduate student. Room & board is possible.
Call 313/665-1575.
CHEMISTRY, FULL-TIME undergraduate
research positions summer 1996 @ Hope
College, Ioland, MI 49423. To apply call or
write Dr. M. Silver. 616/395-7630. Deadline
FOMPUTER PROGRAMMER/Hardware
Technician. Part-time position. Knowledge of
web development, hardware troubleshooting,
and Windows (3.11, 95, and NT). Bring
resume to 3084 ISR.
COMPUTER RENAISSANCE is hiring
full-time/part-time Computer Consultants &
Technicians for its Ann Arbor retail store.
Hourly salary, benefits, bonus. Call 313/994-
1030 or fax resume to 313/994-1304.
CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
TEACHERS NEEDED in South Korea
, mediately. Bachelor's required. No fees.
tact us at Enlish Teacher Recruiting
iervce, 9011-2 George Avenue, Berrien
Springs, MI. 49103-1620, or 616/473-2129.
EUIT AKERS
EED
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
" Seniors and Grads
" Attend Class
* Take Notes
" $6.00/hour and up
* Variety of classes
" Flexible Schedule
Faculty approved classes only.
Apply at Grade A Notes
Ulrich's Bookstore
2nd Floor, 549 E. University Ave.
COOL SUMMER JOBS! Students Needed!
jEarn to $12hr. + tips working at Resort
Hotels, Theme Parks, Ranches & River Raft-
ing companies nationwide. Call Resort
Em loyment Services 1-206/971-3600 ext.
UNSELORS - ACTIVITY LEADERS
CAMP STARLIGHT has good positions for
outgoing, enthusiastic M/F (20) as cabin/
unit leaders & coaches in Baseball,
Basketball, Tennis, Roller Hockey, Lacrosse,
Ufeguarding, Sailing, Canoeing, Water
Skiing, Camping, Dance, Elem. Ed., Ropes
Course & Nature. Leading Coed camp in mts.
of PA. Warm, friendly atmosphere, extensive
facilities. Field work/Itemships encouraged.
6/20 - 8/19. For applications/on campus
interview, call 800-223-5737.
*YCARE NEEDS HELP w/kids, pet care,
cleaning, or anizing, skills wlMac, day/
eve., wknds. $6-8/hr. 996-4847.

waitpeople. All shifts are available full or
part-time. Free meals, B.C.B.S. & a pension
program. Apply in person.
LAW FIRM LOOKING for person on an
on-call basis who can assist with software in-
stallations and network troubleshooting.
Must be proficient with windows 3.11 and
peer-peer networks in general. $15/hr. Stein,
Moran, Raimi & Goethel, 320 N. Main, Ste.
101, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. 769-6838, fax
769-7935.
MEDIA COORDINATOR- TV & Print
Peterson, Williams & Bizer, Inc., is a market-
ing services firm for leading technology
companies. We need a media coordinator to
work full time with our media director to as-
sist in the research, planning, and placement
of media for our broadcast & prnt media
accounts. PWB is located in Ann Arbor,
Michigan, just one mile from the U of M
campus. No prior media experience is
necessary. Computer proficiency and
bachelors degree are a must; Excel and finan-
ce skills are helpful.Send your resume to:
PWB Attn: MC 1000 Campus Dr., Ste. 1000
Ann Arbor, MI 48104-6792
MICHIGAN TELEFUND is accepting
apps. for Winter '96. $6-9/hr. for talking on
the phone. Fun, friendly environment. Speak
with Alumni, raise money, build your resume
& interpersonal comm. skills. Stop by 611
Church St. #304 or call 998-7420 for more
info.
NATIONAL PARKS HIRING - Positions
are now available at National Parks, Forests
& Wildlife Preserves. Excellent benefits +
bonuses! Call: 1-206/971-3620 ext. N55983.
NORTHERN MICHIGAN Girls Camp in
Charlevoix, Michigan seeks counselors. Must
have skills in some of the following:
canoeing, sailing, kayaking, skiing,
windsurfin, swimming, tennis, dramatics,
horsebackriding, fine arts, wilderness skills,
ropes, rock climbing. Must be able to work
with children ages 7-16. Call 810851-1318
or 616/547-6556.
NOTETAKERS needed. Seniors and Grads.
$5-7/hour. Excellent part-time job. Apply at
Grade A Notes at Ulrich's Bookstore, Second
Floor, 549 E. University Ave.
OFFICE ASSISTANT. Part-time position.
Knowledge of Windows word processing,
spreadsheet, and graphics. Basic office skills.
Bring resume to 3084 ISR.
OUR FIRM IS looking for individuals who
want to gaincomprehensive management ex-
peience next summer. Earn $6000 to
10,000 per summer. Positions available
throughout Michigan incl. Rochester, Utica,
Troy, Farmington, Bloomfield, Novi,
Livonia, Flint, Grand Rapids, Holland, Mus-
keo and more. 800/887-1960.
PART-TIMEOFFICEasst. owntown Ann
Arbor. Flex. Hrs. Strong typing skills reg.,
PC exp. $6.50/hr. Amy 662-5700.
PART-TIME instructors for eve. classes:
voice or piano lessons, & swim (W.S.I./
LG.T.). Ann Arbor Schools Comm. Ed. &
Rec. 994-2300 ext. 215 (swim) or ext. 227
EOE.
PART-TIME babysitter wanted to assist
Mom w/ 1 yr. old & newbom. Call Susan be-
tween 9 & 5 @ 971-2375.
PART-TIME student clerical position avail-
able in medical school. Flexible hours in 2
hour blocks. Busy, friendly office. Pays well.
Call Galanda Brooker @ 764-0219. Work-
study or student help welcome.
POSTAL & Government jobs $21/hr. +
benefits.2No experience. Will train. Call 313/
913-5082.
POSTAL JOBS $15.90/hr. Benefits. On job
training. For application/info. call 818/764-
9048 ext. 2122.
RESEARCH ASSISTANT. Part-time
position. Knowledge of SAS and analyzing
survey data. Prefer Grad Student. Pay com-
mensurate with skills. Bring resume to 3084
ISR.
WANTED:
STUDENT HELP
1Py
Maintenance
~' positions-
N-Oostly repair
work
Flexible Hoursk
U. of M. Students Only
Apply in person at the Michigan
Union Administration offices.

SALES ASSOCIATE. High growth intemet
apartment guide seeks motivated, independ-
ent college grads for full-time sales position.
Internet experience & knowledge of rental
housing industry a plus. Salary & environ-
ment very attractive. Must be willing to
travel. Visit us at: http:ww.rent.net. Fax
resume to: 415/674-9180.
SECURITY GUARDS NEEDED for U of
M campus. Part & full-time available w/
flexible schedule. Apply @ State Security
Services 525 Church. 668-0444. EOE.
SENIORS-- Graduating soon and don't have
a job lined up? Upsizing national marketing
firm seeks management trainees. Contact
Jacob at 973-7456.
SPRING SEASON coaching vacancies at
Huron High include soccer, lacrosse, track,
baseball & golf. Must apply by Jan. 23. Call
994-2075 for more info.
STRESS-FREE JOB?
Yes! If you like to get up and going in the
morning, The Michigan Daily has a spot for
you. Our production department is hiring a
student for ad teardown and filing Mondays
thru Fridays, 8-9 a.m. For more information,
call 764-0556.
STUDENT CUSTODIANS for the Winter,
Spring or Summer 1996 Terms are needed at
Student Publications. We are looking for stu-
dents in good physical condition for cleaning,
lifting and odd jobs. Students who are
enthusiastic, punctual and flexible will
receive top consideration. Good working
cnditions. Good nay. Must be available 8:15

n im~ u ao.v last summer.
Surprised? You shouldn't be. We've been
doing it since 1868. Call John 426-0259
TAMARACK CAMPS- Jewish Community
Camp interested in hiring college students
age 18+ for staff positions as general
counselors, specialists, waterfront staff, and
wildemess trip leaders. Coming to Hillel on
January 22nd from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Contact the
Tamarack office at 810/661-0600.
TEACH ENGLISH ABROAD - Make up to
$25-$45/hr. teaching basic conversational
English abroad. Japan, Taiwan, and S. Korea.
Many employers provide room & board +
other benefits. No teaching background or
Asian languages required. For more infor-
mation call: 206/971-3570 ext. J55984.
THE MOVEABLE FEAST- Wait - bus -
dish staff needed, non-smoking environment,
apply 3-5 Mon./Fri. 326 W. Liberty.

EXPLORE CAREER OPTIONS
WHILE SERVING
THE JEWPIS$ OMUNITY
Chicago-area undergra s: serve the Jewish
communrty while gaining valuable career in-
sight! Apply before March i<19% for an
eight-week smmer internship'In the fields
of Health Care, Social Service, Psychology/
Education, Management, Fundraiing, Com-
munica l n m ^ a esoues. $130 sti-
pend. Contact im.neidatI Judy Teller, The
Hillels of Illinois, Jewish federation of Metro-
politan Chicago, 1 S.hanklin St., Chicago, IL
60606, 312-444-2868..
YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS- I made
$2250 in 2 weeks in business for myself.
Looking for three students to do the same.
Contact Jacob at 973-7456.

ANN ARBOR'S BEST
"s /t". C S",
In Kerrytown Mall
Between Main & State treets
Tours for 18-35 yr old
F r,'T, M.*: AE
SPRING BREAK Bahamas $509, Cancun
$540, other destinations avail. Call Dan,
Regency Travel 665-6122, 209 S. State.

SPRING BREAK '96
With only 1 week to live-DON'T BLOW IT
BOOK NOW!!
Florida & Padre $109, Bahamas $359, Can-
cun $399
Organizea group-TRAVEL FREE!!
For free information packet:
Call SunSplash Tours 1-800/426-7710.

UM WOMENS LACROSSE coach neded.
Practice 2 nights/wk. 4 wknd. Tournaments.
Contact Kate at 332-4766.
UNION ORGANIZER: Half-time (20 hrs./
wk.) temporary appt. to start Feb. 1st or as
soon as possible to help out during contract
negotiation period. Initial period of employ-
ment Feb., extendable month by month dep.
on need. Excellent interpersonal skills &
written comm. skills and a willingness to
work flexible hours req. Organizing
experience, demonstrable commitment to the
labor movement, word-processing, and
familiarity with a university setting and
graduate student concerns highly desirable.
Salary c. $1,200/month + benefits.
Resume and cover letter to Graduate
Employees Organization, 527 E. Liberty St.,
Suite 205, Ann Arbor, MI 48104-2242 by
January 26th. Phone: 313/995-0221, Fax:
995-0458, job description available on
request.
UNIVERSITY CATERING. The Educated
Palate now hiring waitstaff. Flexible hours.
Great money. Call Petev Cd) 763-052
Apply today.
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS
Notetakers needed to take
notes this school term.
Stop by and apply today.
" Seniors and Grads
* Attend Class
* Take Notes
" $6.00/hour and up
* Variety of classes
" Flexible Schedule
Faculty approved classes only.
Apply at Grade A Notes
Ulrich's Bookstore
2nd Floor, 549 E. University Ave.
WANTED: HOUSEKEEPER Mon., Wed.,
& Fri. morings. Responsibilities include:
general cleaning, ldry. & ironing. Call 665-
6607.
WORK STUDY students wanted for busy
cardiovascular research office. 10-15 hr/wk.
Flexible hours, various duties. Call Lisa at
763-5103.
WORK STUDY OFFICE CLERKS. A
wide variety of duties inel. word processing,
data entry, slide prep. & general office work.
Flex. hrs. $7br. Contact Steve at 936-5047.
WORK STUDY STUDENTS needed as ex-
plainer/guides at Ann Arbor Hands-On
Museum. Call Theresa at 995-5439.
WORK STUDY POSITION available.
Positions are now available at the League
Ticket Office. Join a fun and exciting en-
vironment selling tickets for our 1995-1996
season. Perks include free tickets to all our
shows. Still interested? Call Maureen at 764-
0450.
PHONATHON
CALLERS
The School of Education is now
interviewing candidates for our
1996 Winter Phonathon
calling team.
Duties: Telephone School of
Education alumni and solicit
contributions to the School.
Pay: Starting at $6.25 per hour
plus bonuses and prizes.
Hours: Sunday through
Thursday evenings, February 4
through March 21. No calling
during winter break.
Qualifications: Callers must
be registered U-M students.
Sales, publiccontact, or acting
experience helpful. Callers are

BABYSITTER NEEDED for 3 yr. old
Mon., Wed., & Fri. p.m. Must be nonsmoker
& have own trans. & refs. 995-5688.
BABYSITTER WANTED. 2-4 mornings/
week. Approx. 3 hours. Trans. & ref. needed.
Close to campus. 741-8034.
BABYSITTER NEEDED- ASAP for 9 and
4 1/2 year old girls for after school pick-up
and activities. Monday, Tuesday, and
Thursday from 2:30 to 5:15 p.m. and Wed-
nesday 2:30 to 6 p.m. Will provide car, non-
smoker, ref. 480-1202.
BABYSITTER (female) for our 7 mo. old,
occasional eves. Ann Arbor 761-4736.
BABYSITTER NEEDED- Exp., n-smkr.
Own trans., NW A2, mornings. 994-1512.
CAREGIVER NEEDED Mon. & Fri. 8:45
a.m.to 5 p.m. (flex.) Occasional eves. Need
exp., loving, fun & responsible person for 2
& 8 yr. old sons. 668-0327.
CHILD CARE provider needed for daycare
Mon., Wed, and Fri. Call 665-8088.
EARLY CHILDHOOD substitute needed.
Have fun and eam money too. Working with
infants, toddlers, and pre-school age children.
Call 668-0887 for an appointment.
EXPERIENCED BABYSITTER for 6 yr.
old. 2 days a wk. 4-9p.m. Occasional
weekends. References, own transportation.
Liberty/Zeeb area. $5/hr. 665-3157.
NANNYdPART-TIME my home 9 a.m.-12
p.m. 4 days. M, T. Th, F. Reliable, non-
smoking,ref. & own trans. Sched. hrs.
around classes if needed. 995-7246.
OCCASIONAL babysitter for newborn.
References & car nec. 434-2878.
SITTER/HELPER for busy household.
Refs. Reliable car. Good nav. 995-5242.

SPRING BREAK Panama City Florida from
$99 per person per week. Tiki beach bar,
huge beachside hot tub. Free info 1-800/488-
8828.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in the U.S. on
Continental $159 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Arlene at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
WANTED: 4 tickets UM vs. Indiana Feb. 18.
Call 769-8452.
1-800-328-7513
http-//www.studentadvtrav.com
FREE FOOD & DRINK PACKAGE FOR EARLY SIGN-UPS
WORLDWIDE LOW FARES Euro-rail
passes 665-6122.

HERB DAVID GUITAR Studio 302 E.
Liberty, 665-8001. Repair, repair, repair.
Lessons, lessons. Not just guitar.
'I

BOXING- UM men's boxing club. Meets at
the Coliseum. Mon. & Thur., 7-9, Tues. &
Fri., 4-6. Friendly, affordable & a fun way to
fitness. Try a new sort this winter. Begin-
ners.welcome. Drop in or call 930-3246.

FREE
in publi
ships i
eliibile

FINANCIAL AID! Over $6 Billion
c and private sector grants & scholar-
s now available. All students are
regardless of grades, income, or
sincome. Let us help. Call Student
ial Services: 1-800-263-6495 ext.
.

VIVACIOUS 18 MO. girl needs care in parnt's
Bums Park home; 33+ hrs./wk., n-smkr., Financi
some college/experience in early childhood F55984
education & car needed. All Wed. & one Fri.
& Sat./mo. (7:15 a.m.-5 p.m.), includes
holidays; minimum 1 year, 747-9094.
- m
--tickets & travel I
&74 66

'U' study:
Earth was
fonned later
than. thought
By Soumya Mohan
Daily Staff Reporter
The "old man in the moon" may not
really be that old.
University geochemists have found
the first direct evidence indicating
that the Earth's metallic core and the
moon must have formed at least 50
million years after the origin of the
solar system - much later in the
planet's development than many sci-
entists believe.
In a study published in the Dec. 21
issue of the journal Nature, Der-Chuen
Lee, a University postdoctoral re-
search fellow and Alexander Halliday,
a professor of geological sciences,
analyzed and compared tungsten iso-
topes in meteorites, earth rocks and
lunar basalt.
. "We were trying to give a time con-
straint as to when the (Earth's) core was
actually formed," Lee said.
Most scientists believe that the plan-
ets in the solar system formed about
4.57 billion years ago from a huge cloud
of interstellar gas, dust and debris left
over from the birth of the sun. Accord-
ing to a statement from the University,
the Earth and other rocky planets built
up gradually over a 50- to 100-million-
year period.
However, geologists disagree about
when and how the Earth changed from
a disorganized ball of rock to the planet
it is today.
To resolve the timing questions,
Lee and Halliday used a new, ex-
tremely precise technique to measure
relative amounts of primitive meteor-
ites made of the same material present
when the solar system developed.
They also analyzed several samples
of lunar basalt collected by Apollo 14
astronauts.
Based on their data and a series of
mathematical equations, Lee and
Halliday established a time frame for
the formation of the core.
"The data also places important con-
straints on the age of the moon,"
Halliday said.
"The moon probably formed after
the Earth developed its core, but more
research will be necessary before we
can say exactly when and how it hap-
pened."
Although the timing of the event is
now much more certain, the mecha-
nism for formation of the Earth's core
remains a mystery, Halliday said.
Regents
hold search
forum in
Dearborn
By Jeff Eldridge
Daily Staff Reporter
DEARBORN - The themes ofprac-
tical education and continued academic
success were emphasized in the eighth
of nine University presidential search
forums, and the day's second for the
regents, yesterday.
Many speakers at the meeting de-

scribed the University's youngest cam-
pus as an important part of Detroit and
industry in southeast Michigan.
They expressed hope that the new
president would appreciate this role of
the campus, founded in 1959.
The Dearborn campus is comprised
of commuter students and has no resi-
dence halls. Many of the students are
older, nontraditional students.
"Our graduates remain in southeast-
ern Michigan serving the community
and the international manufacturing
powerhouse centered here," said Timo-
thy T. Morback, a Dearborn alumnus.
Morback also lamented the lack of
private contributions made to the
Dearborn campus, saying that many
gifts go to Ann Arbor instead.
Lawrence Berkove, a professor of
English language and literature, said
the business aspects of University man-
agement are overrated.
"The University is not a business,"
he said. "The president is not a CEO.
Students are not customers and educa.-
tion is not a product to be packaged."
Morback said he is worried that the
value of a Dearborn degree could de-
cline over time, just as it has at other
universities.
"Through administrative neglect the
value of a degree from some colleges has
declined over the years," Morback said.
"That must not occur at the Univer-
sity of Michigan at Dearborn."

** SPRING BREAK % Jamaica,t
Bahamas, Florida. Lowest prices;
Call now to reserve your spot. Joshi
2256 or Kim @332-7863!

Cancun,
around!
@ 995-

FEMALE ROuivii"A i tneeded.
Call 747-7085.

AAAA! CANCUN & Jamaica Spring Break
specials! 111% lowest price guarantee! 7
nights, air, hotel from $429! Save $100 on
food/drinks!
1 -800/678-6386.
AAAA! SPRING BREAK Bahamas Party
Cruise! 7 days $279! Incl. 15 meals & 6 free
parties! Great beaches/night life! Leaves
from Fort Lauderdale! http://
www.springbreaktravel.com I -800/678
6386.

FEMALE ROOMMATE wanted for Fall.
Great central campus location. $333/mo. Call
Krista or Shelly @ 764-0788.
personal
/ S

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AAAA! SPRING BREAK! Panama City! 8
days room with kitchen. $119! Walk to best
bars! 7 nights in Key West $259! Cocoa ANXIOUS APPROVED adoptive couple
Beach Hilton (Great beaches/near Disney). seeks birth mother considering adoption. Call
$169! Daytona $139! 1-800/678-6386. Dan or Julia, 810/786-0213.
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DIRECT CARE WORKERS full & part-
time positions available to work with
developmentally disabled adults. Competi-
tive wages & excellent benefits provided.
High school diploma/GED & valid Michigan
driver's license required. Call 313/665-1152.
FOE.

FLEXIBLE WORK HOURS, work for
meals, good atmosphere. You can be one of
the buspersons needed for the Martha Cook
Bldg. We are a women's residence hal loc.
the corner of South U. & Tappan St. Work
.can be arranged to fit in your class
schedule. If this peaks your interest call
Kathy or Paula at 763-2085 to arrange for an
}interview.
FREE APT. in exchange for 10 hrs./wk.
childcare. Female, non-smoker, own car.
973-2017.
GENERAL OFFICE DUIES part-tume,
flexible hours. For interview,' call Denise
930-2373.
} HARD WORKING, reliable, responsible,
and honest students needed to work in cus-
tomer-oriented atmosphere. 4 hour shifts
ailabl4. Apply at School of Business Ad-
TMhnistration Student Lounge or call Gayle or
*Donna at 936-3160. Equal opportunity
m employer.
Up to $6.75*
'WENDY'Sj

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COZY WINTER HIDEAWAY Log cabins
$54-75 nightly. Incl. outdoor hot tub & ski
trails. Traverse City 616/276-9502.

FISH DOCTOR'S- Everything for your
aquarium! Next to Putt-Putt Golf on
ash enaw. 434-1030.
If you are
MAJORING
in
GRAPHIC
DESIGN
then apply to work
as a
DESIGN ER
for
the
MICHIGAN
DAILY
ADVERTISING
PRODUCTION
DEPARTMENT
Call 764-0556 and ask
for Susan or Melanie to
get more information

SOUTH PADRE ISLAND
i!! YOU CAN AFFORD US!!!

Surf Motel & Boomerang Billy's Beach Bar
are located on the beach. All of our rooms are
$95 plus tax a night for 2 people, extra
person charge is only $10/person/night. Call
us now 800/723-6519. Mention add for
Secial Bnus!t

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