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Angel: "Holtz. - My god."
Holtz: "You have no god, demon."
Angel: "The Tro-clon - the prophecy - raised up from darkness to bring darkness. That"s you. Holtz, whatever brought you here..."

Holtz: "You did. - You and your demon bitch. - For two hundred years I slept. For two hundred years - I dreamt of nothing - but this moment."
Angel: "Which would explain why you look so well rested."
Holtz: "You haven"t changed."
Angel: "Actually, I have. While you were sleeping, a lot changed."
Holtz: "Really?"
"Somehow things seem the same to me."

Angel: "You"re wrong."
Holtz: "I *will* have justice."
Angel: "No. - I don"t think you will. - There is no justice for the things I did to you."

Holtz: "You didn"t do them to me. And you didn"t do them alone."
"Find the female. If he"s here, Darla can"t be far. Or are you going to tell me *that"s* changed, too?"
Gunn: "She"s gonna pop right here."
Wes: "The contractions, they"re coming more frequently now."
Cordy: "You think?"
Wes: "Angel"s not back with the scrolls yet. I"d feel a lot better if we had the ancient prophecies to guide us."

Cordy: "Please! Women have been giving birth without ancient prophecies for years!"
Gunn: "What we could really use right about now is some Vaseline and a catcher"s mitt."

Fred: "I don"t think she"s ready to deliver yet, but she"s moved into the active stage of her labor."
Wes: "We have to go. We can"t stay here. It"s too exposed. Angel should have been back by now."
Gunn: "Something must have happened."
Wes: "Now it"s up to us to protect Angel"s unborn child. - Darla, we"re trying to take you out of here. Relax. The trick is to breathe. Something like this: Heh, heh, heh, hoh, hoh, hoh, heh, heh, heh..."

Darla: "I! Don"t! Breathe!"


Sarah: "Papa? - Papa."
Holtz: "Sarah?"
"Oh, Sarah!"
Sarah: "Mommy won"t wake up."
Holtz: "Shh... Quiet now."
"Sleep, my love, and peace attend thee, all through the night. Guardian angels god will lend thee, all through the night. Slow the drowsy..."
Man: "Captain."
Holtz: "Don"t come in here."
Man: "Sweet Jesus."
Holtz: "Get out!"
"No forebodings will alarm thee, all through the night."
"They will keep all peril from you, all through the night..."
Lilah: "We"ve no idea who he is. We ran everything from the surveillance tapes through face and voice recognition and came up with nada. Whoever he is, he"s not in the system."

Linwood: "A new player."
Gavin: "Or an old one."
Linwood: "Go."
Gavin: "Well, sir, he did address Angel as Angelus. That might suggest some sort of personal history."
Linwood: "An old friend."
Lilah: "Not likely. Angelus didn"t have friends."

Linwood: "What"s the status of our surveillance?"
Gavin: "Still down, but we"re working on it."

Linwood: "And we"ve heard nothing yet from Commander Burke"s team or from Dr. Fetvanovich?"
Gavin: "All units were successfully deployed at Angel"s hotel. But that"s all we know."

Linwood: "Actually that"s all *you* know. - I, on the other hand, know nothing."

Gavin: "Sir?"
Linwood: "It"s clear that *I* could *never* have been involved in such an ill-conceived and in the end botched operation."
Gavin: "Because you were never here."

Linwood: "That is correct."
Gavin: "But *we* were."
Linwood: "You were. - I"ll expect a full report at Thursday"s staff meeting, and be advised, when I hear about all this for the very first time I will be both shocked and appalled. Good night."
Gavin: "He"s gonna crucify us."

Lilah: "They don"t crucify here. It"s too Christian."
Angel: "You"re still human. How"d you manage this?"
Holtz: "So, the question becomes - now that I have you - what"s the best way to get her?"

Angel: "Only dark magics could have brought you this far."
Holtz: "She was always the trick, you know, not you. Darla was the unpredictable one."

Angel: "Was it a demon - or something else?"
Holtz: "What if I just - kill you now? Would she somehow sense it? Would she then come running? Would that bring her bursting through those doors, I wonder?"
Angel: "Did something come to you, or did you seek it out?"
Holtz: "She might show herself in the service of revenge. - It can be a powerful motivator."
Angel: "Yes, it can. What did you have to give up for this second chance?"
Holtz: "Give up? I had nothing *to* give up. *You* saw to that."
Angel: "We took a lot from you, that"s true. But we didn"t get everything. We couldn"t take your soul."
Holtz: "What do you know of a soul."
Angel: "I know yours will be destroyed if you allow yourself to be used in the service of evil. - You"re a good man, Holtz. A righteous man - and you"re being used - for some purpose - other than justice."
Holtz: "Could it be you really have changed? - I don"t remember you ever pleading so cravenly before."
Angel: "And I remember *you* used to work with men."
Gunn: "Smack him again."
Wes: "Ow."
"That hurts."
Cordy: "Well, you know what they say: birth -painful."
Wes: "Yes, but generally for the mother, not the bystanders. How long have I been out?"

Fred: "Not long, but we seem to be between contractions now."
Cordy: "Yep. She"s been doing that."
Gunn: "Hormones."
Wes: "Come on then. Darla? Darla, do you feel well enough to travel?"

Darla: "Doesn"t anyone wanna sit back here with me?"
Cordy: "We"re good."
Gunn: "Yeah, it"s - comfy."
Darla: "I promise I won"t throw anyone out of the car. - Not while it"s moving."
Fred: "It"s not that we don"t trust you. I mean, we *don"t* trust you. But the fact is, your water broke all over the back seat."

Darla: "Oh."
Cordy: "What? What are you waiting for?"
Wes: "I presume we have a tire iron in the trunk?"
Gunn: "Yeah, why? We got a flat?"
Wes: "And how about a hurling ax, or some sort of heavy mallet?"
"Also a shotgun wouldn"t be a terrible thing at this juncture."
Holtz: "Are you still concerned about my soul, Angelus? My vampire priest?"

"Excuse me."
"You"ve got her. Good. Bring her in."
Angel: "Lilah."
Holtz: "This isn"t her."
"She"s not even a vampire."
Lilah: "No, I"m an attorney."
Angel: "Let me guess: dead guys all over my floor - friends of yours?"

Lilah: "Look, if I"d known you were torturing him, I wouldn"t have interrupted. Please, continue. I"ll wait until your finished."

Holtz: "When I"m finished, he"ll be dead."
Lilah: "Really?"
Holtz: "You say you"re an attorney. You deal in man"s laws, I deal in god"s."

Lilah: "Ah, right. A good guy."
Holtz: "Do you know what he is?"
Lilah: "Yeah, I know. Vampire, cursed by gypsies who restored his soul. Destined to atone for centuries of evil, wacky sidekicks, yada, yada. I"d have him killed myself, except the people I work for have this "policy.""

Holtz: "Hm."
Lilah: "Hmm."
Holtz: "What does she mean "cursed by gypsies?""
Angel: "Long story, Holtz. I doubt it would interest you much."

Lilah: "How about I go to my car for about twenty seconds? That should give you enough time in here. Then I gotta call some people to clean this mess up. I"ve got an early staff meeting in the morning."

Holtz: "I can"t allow you to leave."
Lilah: "What do you mean? Of course you can."
Holtz: "No. You said you work for the law."

Lilah: "No, I didn"t. I said I"m a lawyer. I don"t care about the law."
Angel: "Lilah?"
Lilah: "What?"
Angel: "Duck."
Holtz: "Search the grounds! Those men you sent to kill Angelus, they were each of them brave."
Lilah: "Oh, good."
Holtz: "They fought to the last."
Lilah: "Yeah, I get *that*."
Holtz: "But send more, and I"ll do the same. No one will have him but me."
Lilah: "There weren"t sent for Angel. This was meant to be a party for his girlfriend."

Holtz: "You know of Darla?"
Lilah: "Sure."
Holtz: "Tell me, these gypsies, did they curse her as well? Has she, too, been re-ensouled?"
Lilah: "Darla? No. She"s free-range evil."

Holtz: "Hmm."
Lilah: "Hey, if you do manage to catch up with her, I think maybe we can do some business."

Holtz: "The only business that I have with Darla is to send her back to the hell that made her."
Lilah: "Yeah, okay. Whatever. Harvey? It"s Lilah. I"ve got a job for you. Angel Investigations."
"Yeah. Full cleaner service. Thanks."
Wes: "Keep the moving."
Gunn: "Don"t let them get behind you!"

Fred: "Charles! Thanks."
Angel: "What are we looking at?"
Cordy: "Holtz?"
Angel: "Yeah."
Wes: "The vampire hunter that tracked you and Darla..."
Angel: "Through the late seventeen hundreds, yeah."
Gunn: "Sure it wasn"t his great, great, great-grandson?"
Angel: "No it was him."
Fred: "Maybe he"s part of what"s supposed to rain down ruination upon mankind. The Nyazian Prophecies did say that the Tro-clan was going to be a confluence of events."

Cordy: "And the sudden appearance of an eighteenth century vampire hunter in the twenty first century does seem pretty confluey."
Gunn: "You think he"s here for the baby?"

Angel: "I don"t think he even knows about it."

Fred: "He wouldn"t have to. That"s the tragic beauty of a cosmic convergence. I-I mean, he just plays his own small part. He-he comes here looking for Angel and Darla, and in the process ends up finding Angel"s unborn child, who, as it turns out, wasn"t evil at all as we feared, but was actually meant to be some sort of Messianic figure. But Holtz kills it before it"s even born and his vengeance somehow triggers the end of the world!

Or not! It could go either way. - Have you thought of a name yet?"
Wes: "We need to find Darla before Holtz does."
Angel: "I can find her a lot faster on my own."

Wes: "Of course."
Angel: "If you guys could just find some place safe for her to have this baby, we"ll come to you."

Gunn: "We can do that."
Cordy: "Hey! Be careful."
Wes: "Angel. The scrolls, you didn"t manage to..."
Angel: "No."
Wes: "I"m sure we"ll be fine without them."

Man: "Nyazian. Exquisite! I recognize the Ga-shundi cross-text. Quite a find! Have you any idea what this is worth?"

Lilah: "Hopefully enough to cover my ass. Here, these notes should help speed things up a little."
Man: "Ah! You had another translator work on this I see. - I don"t recognize the handwriting but the idiom would indicate an Englishman."

Lilah: "I don"t know. I don"t remember."
Man: "It wasn"t Worm Forsch in Ancient Symbols and Icons, was it? He"s had his eye on my cubicle."
Lilah: "No, it was somebody else. You don"t know them."
Man: "He"s only got that one eye..."

Lilah: "Don"t worry about it. Outside contractors. Now, I"ve highlighted the sections they seemed to be concentrating on."

Man: "You *highlighted* an ancient Nyazian Scroll?"
Lilah: "In yellow."
Man: "Hmm."
Lilah: "So, can you translate it?"
Man: "When it comes to sacred prophecies it"s always going to be more of an interpretation than a strict translation."
Lilah: "I"m just looking for the gist here. What does it say?"
Man: "Let"s see. Bring... forth... appear... born... Uh! Something about a birth!"

Lilah: "What? What about the birth?"
Man: "It"s unclear."
Lilah: "Make it clear."
Man: "Well, this should be fun!"
Lilah: "No. This shouldn"t be fun, what it should be is done by morning - or I"ll have your family killed."
Holtz: "You knew. You knew and you didn"t tell me."
Sahjhan: "Okay! So I left out one teeny weeny little detail. It didn"t seem all that important."

Holtz: "Not important? Angelus with a soul?"
Sahjhan: "It doesn"t mean anything!"
Holtz: "It means everything."
Sahjhan: "See? This is *why* I didn"t mention it. So Angel has a soul. Big whoop! So did Attila the Hun! Not to mention a heart as big as all outdoors when it came to gift giving. He is *still* a vampire! Angel, not Attila."

Holtz: "He"s not the same vampire."
Sahjhan: "Of course he is! His hair is a little shorter, a little spikier. He"s using product. But it"s the same guy."

Holtz: "No. He"s changed. He"s - different."
Sahjhan: "Look. I don"t know what kind of moral mind games you"ve been torturing yourself with, but can"t let this soul thing get in the way of what you swore to do."

Holtz: "Get in the way?"
Sahjhan: "That"s what this is about, right? You find out Angel has a soul, now you"re wondering if things are a little murkier - ethically speaking."
Holtz: "Things - have never been clearer. Releasing his soul to suffer for all eternity only makes his destruction more just, more fitting."

Sahjhan: "Oh. Well, then what"s the problem?"
Holtz: "You"ve had me hunting the wrong prey."
Sahjhan: "Ah! Right. Because an Angel with a soul is going to be a slightly different challenge from an Angel without a soul."
Holtz: "I must know everything."
Sahjhan: "Right. No, gotcha. My mistake."

Holtz: "You"ve kept nothing else from me then?"
Sahjhan: "Ah. - No. - Nothing I can think of."
Angel: "You always did love a view."
Darla: "Look at it. Listen to it. Can you smell it? This world. This horrible world. Why would anyone want to bring a baby into it?"

Angel: "To make it better, maybe?"

Darla: "Or to destroy it finally."
Angel: "Why is it everyone insists on planning my son"s future before he"s even born?"

Darla: "Alright then, how"s this? It doesn"t have a future. Not with me."
Angel: "Darla..."
Darla: "Angel, I can"t have this baby."

Angel: "What?"
Darla: "I can"t let it out. I-I can"t."

Angel: "Okay, not sure you have a lot of choice in the matter..."
Darla: "Look, I know. It wants to come out. I can feel it. It"s ready. It"s just - I can"t let it. I can"t let because... because..."

Angel: "You love it."
Darla: "Completely. I love it completely. I-I-I don"t think I"ve ever loved anything as much as this life that"s inside of me."

Angel: "Well - you"ve never *loved* anything, Darla."
Darla: "That"s true. Four hundred years and I never did - till now. - I don"t know what to do."

Angel: "Well, you-you"ll do the only thing that you can do. - You"ll have it. You"ll have it and then..."
Darla: "What? We"ll raise it?"
Angel: "Why not?"
Darla: "It"s impossible."
Angel: "This whole thing is impossible, Darla, but it"s happening."
Darla: "What do I have to offer a child, a *human* child, besides ugly death?"

Angel: "Darla."
Darla: "You know it"s true."
Angel: "No. What I do know is that you love this baby, our baby. You"ve bonded with it. You"ve spent nine months carrying it, nourishing it..."
Darla: "No. No, I haven"t been nourishing it. I haven"t given this baby a thing. I"m dead. It"s been nourishing me. These feelings that I"m having, they"re not mine. They"re coming from it."
Angel: "You don"t know that."
Darla: "Of course I do! We both do. Angel, I don"t have a soul. It does. And right now that soul is inside of me, but soon, it won"t be and then..."
Angel: "Darla..."
Darla: "I won"t be able to love it. I won"t even be able to remember that I loved it. I want to remember."
Angel: "Shh..."
Lorne: "Here?! She wants to have it here? Well, that"s just a terrible idea. Can"t you see I"m working my tush off trying to get ready for a grand re-opening? Uh, ah, Gorsh entrails behind the bar next to the Maraschinos. I can"t have *baby* here! I just had the booth simonized."

Cordy: "Lorne, what do you want us to do? Tell Angel and Darla that they"re not welcome here?"
Lorne: "No. No, of course not. Caritas is and will always be a Sanctuary. That is if *some* people ever finish the work they promised to have done three days ago. How"s the job coming, Arnie?"
Arnie: "I think we"ll have up on her feet by the time you open tomorrow night."
Gunn: "New security system?"
Lorne: "Yeah, routes the new sanctuary spells together to prevent both human and demon violence, Creating a totally carnage free Caritas."

Arnie: "But, ah, balancing that interspecies flux, a little trickier than I expected."

Lorne: "Uh-huh. That"s not the only thing that"s tricky around here. You hum while you work."

Arnie: "Yeah, so?"
Lorne: "So? I just read you, buster! Which connection are you leaving unconnected to milk this job?"

Arnie: "You"re questioning my work ethic?"

Lorne: "No, I"m firing you! Get out. Out. Git. Go on."
Arnie: "Hey, I"m union. You got to pay me for the full day."
Lorne: "Out. I"ll finish this myself. How hard could this be?"
Darla: "You won"t let me hurt it, will you? You"ll protect it, right? From me, I mean."

Angel: "Yeah."
Wes: "We found a place."
Angel: "Is it safe?"
Wes: "I"m sure by the time you get here it"ll be safe as houses."
Lorne: "Okay. Try that."
Fred: "Nope, still not working."
Lorne: "Okay. Ah. - Try it now."
Gunn and Fred: "No!"
Angel: "Hey - Darla? We should - get going. I feel a storm coming. You okay? Another contraction?"
Darla: "No. It"s something else."
Lilah: "You got something?"
Man: "Yes. I believe I do. I have to say, whoever you had working on this before was very close. These notes were enormously helpful."
Lilah: "That"s great. What does it say?"
Man: "I can see he ran into trouble right here with the tense. Ga-shundi tenses are tricky little buggers!

Lilah: "I"m riveted. The birth! What does it say about the birth?"
Man: "Well, actually, it"s funny... it doesn"t."

Lilah: "What do you mean, it doesn"t. But you said it did."
Man: "Yes, I did say it did."
Lilah: "But it doesn"t."
Man: "In a way."
Lilah: "I have a gun."
Man: "The prophecy, it"s not so much a birth announcement as it is an obituary."
Lilah: "Obituary?"
Man: "Yes. The prophet is telling us there will be no birth."
Lilah: "But are you sure?"
Man: "Oh, quite sure! "For surely in that time, when the sky opens and the heavens weep, there will be no birth, only death.""

Lilah: "Only death?"
Man: "Just death."
Lilah: "Just death."
Man: "Captain. Captain, we beg you. Let us take you out of this place. It"s the devil"s work."

Holtz: "Not the devil. Just a demon."
Man: "What are we going to do?"
Holtz: "Whatever we have to."
Sarah: "Papa, no! Please, no, papa! Papa, don"t. Let me go!"
"No, papa. Papa, don"t!"
Lorne: "Okay. Okay. I"m *convinced* I got it this time!"
Gunn: "Ow."
Lorne: "Let me see that."
Angel: "Just a few more steps. That"s it. Okay. All right."
Angel: "Guys. A chair. Chair."
Gunn: "Jeez, what happened?"
Angel: "Easy."
Darla: "Thanks."
Cordy: "You"re welcome."
Fred: "You gave us quite a scare. - But - I guess you"re used to that, what with being a scary thing and all."
Darla: "Yeah. I"m sorry about that. I don"t know what got into me."
Angel: "She"s in a lot of pain."
Wes: "How frequent are the contractions?"
Angel: "It"s been... I don"t know, maybe an hour?"
Wes: "An hour? She was well into the active stage of labor. I don"t understand."
Angel: "I don"t either. She just - stopped having them."
Wes: "But the pain she"s experiencing?"
Angel: "She says she"s experiencing something else."
Wes: "That"s worrying."
Cordy: "Angel!"
Angel: "Darla?"
Darla: "Angel!"
Lorne: "Let"s get her into my bedroom. Come on."
"Easy. Easy now. Come on, sweetheart. We"ll get you right in there."
Sahjhan: "It"s time to get to work."
Holtz: "You found him then?"
Sahjahn: "Tell him."
Arnie: "Don"t forget what we discussed."
Sahjhan: "You"ll get your money."
Arnie: "I"ve heard that one before. You know, I"ve got mouths to feed. Plus a family. Some of them have mouths, too."
Sahjhan: "Just tell him what you heard!"
Arnie"s: "Lorne, what do you want us to do? Tell Angel and Darla they"re not welcome here? No, of course not. Caritas is and always will be a sanctuary."
Angel: "Is she gonna be okay?"
Wes: "She"s tough as nails."
Fred: "And immortal, so that"s, you know, in her favor - health wise."
Angel: "What about the baby?"
"What? What is it?"
Wes: "Angel, I think you need to prepare yourself for the worst."
Angel: "No."
Wes: "The babies heartbeat is faint. Very faint."
Angel: "What do we do?"
Wes: "I"m not sure there is anything we can do. Darla"s body - it"s not a life-giving vessel. I don"t know that it"s equipped to do what it needs to do in order to bring a baby to term."

Angel: "So-so, what-what are you saying? We just let it die?"
Cordy: "Ah, what about a c-section?"
Fred: "Normally that"s exactly what we"d do in this instance, but... the mystical forces that"s been protecting the pregnancy..."

Angel: "...is gonna end up killing it."
Wes: "That"s my fear."
Angel: "This doesn"t make any sense. I mean, this whole thing has been a miracle, right? You don"t just get half a miracle, do you? - I mean, the powers - they brought her this far, they protected the baby all this time..."

Gunn: "We don"t know that. We don"t know that it"s the powers that"s been protecting it. Angel, I"m sorry, but what if what Darla"s carrying *is* the thing in the prophecies? That scourge of mankind that"s supposed to plunge the world into ultimate darkness? - What if - what if what"s happening to Darla *now*, what if that"s the powers? Finally stepping up to the plate and doing something for once!"
Angel: "How? By killing my kid?"
Cordy: "Do you always have to be so damned honest?"
Lorne: "What? Hey! Hey, it-it worked! I fixed it!"
"Ah, yay, me?"
Angel: "Hi. How "re you doing?"
Darla: "He finally stopped kicking."
Angel: "Did he."
"I guess he figured he finally got your attention. - You called him a "he." I think that"s the first time you"ve ever done that."

Darla: "He"s dying. Isn"t he?"
Angel: "No."
Darla: "You lied much better when you didn"t have a soul. - I can feel the life slipping away from me."
Angel: "Then don"t let it. You have to fight for this. - Please."
Darla: "I don"t know how. My boy. My darling boy. - I told you I had nothing to offer this kid. Some mother can"t even offer it life."

Gunn: "Maybe I should go in there, apologize."

Wes: "Best to just stay here, wait this out."
Cordy: "I think both Angel and Darla just need a little time alone."
Fred: "This isn"t gonna end well, is it?"
Lorne: "Okay. Everybody"s drinking. I"m buying."
"Oh, hello."
Holtz: "Hello."
Lorne: "We"re not open at the moment. Why don"t you come back tomorrow night? It"s the grand re-opening. Here. Here"s a flyer."

Holtz: "Thanks."
"Sleep, my love and peace attend thee, all through the night, guardian angels god will send you, all through the night..."
Lorne: "Run!"
Cordy: "What"s going on?"
Lorne: "Just run! Run."
Angel: "What"s going on?"
Wes: "We"re being attacked."
Angel: "Attacked? I thought you had double protection sanctorium spells?"
Lorne: "I do. It"s a thing with the door and the stairs and the world and the thing. Never mind!"
Gunn: "Apparently you can be outside and shove stuff in."
Lorne: "I just said that."
Angel: "It"s Holtz."
Darla: "What?"
Lorne: "Come on. We"ve got to move the bed."

Darla: "How"s it possible?"
Angel: "He"s here. I would have mentioned it before, but I didn"t think it was the right time."

Darla: "No. No, it"s the perfect time."

Gunn: "What"s behind the bed?"
Lorne: "An old loading dock door. I had the whole place converted."
Wes: "What"s on the other side?"
Lorne: "An alley."
Darla: My God: What we did to him."
Angel: "I know."
Gunn: "You got an ax, a hammer or anything?"

Wes: "Buddha head."
Cordy: "A rhino."
Darla: "That"s why this is happening. His family, his children... - what that must have been like for him. Doesn"t seem so funny now, does it?"
Angel: "Darla?"
Wes: "Angel, we could use some vampire strength here."
Angel: "Cordy, Fred!"
Darla: "No. No. Go on. I can"t. It doesn"t matter anyway."
Angel: "I"m not leaving you, alright? Easy. Alright. Go get my car. It"s out front."

"I got you."
"Fred, go with them."
Fred: "It"s okay. They"ll come back for us."
Angel: "You"re gonna be okay."
Darla: "No. No, I don"t think so. Once he"s gone, I won"t be okay. I won"t be okay at all. - I don"t know what I"ll be. - Angel... Our baby is gonna die right here in this alley. - You died in an alley, remember?"

Angel: "I remember."
Darla: "I wanna say I"m sorry. I wanna say it and mean it, but - I can"t. - Aren"t you gonna tell me it"s okay?"

Angel: "No."
Darla: "No? It"s really not, is it? We did so many terrible things together. So much destruction, so much - pain. - We can"t make up for any of it. You know that, don"t you."

Angel: "Yeah."
Darla: "This child - Angel, it"s the one good thing we ever did together."

"The only good thing."
"You make sure to tell him that."
Sahjhan: "Do it! Now"s your chance. Do it! Finish it while you still can! You can"t just let him walk away! Not now! Not after what you swore to me!"
Holtz: "I swore that I would show no mercy. And I won"t."

The end
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