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H. Hrush
this noted Professor of political science was the author of the book The Lost Twenty: Dooku's Rise. (HNN4)

this Class One hyperdrive unit was produced by the Corellian Engineering Corporation during the years following the Battle of Naboo. (MBS)

this was one of several models of Seinar troop transports that were used by the Empire before the advent of the Lambda-class shuttle. The H-10 was discarded, but found a new home among smugglers and backwater planetary governments. (POT)

H-12 Copter
this was a six-person copter produced many centuries before the Clone Wars by Lorrad Flightworks. Many of these vehicles survived until the era of the Galactic Civil War, and were used as taxis and simple transports on worlds such as Desevro. Measuring six meters in length, the H-12 Copter required a pilot to operate, and could transport up to five people to their destination. These vehicles could also carry up to 100 kilograms of cargo. The H-12 Copter could be armed with a pair of blaster cannons, for protection in the more dangerous parts of a city. (GORW)

one of the Corellian Engineering Corporation's hyperdrive systems. Xizor had one installed on the Stinger. (EGV)

Scarlet Bloodhawk's ancient domodroid. (RPG)

this was the name used by a group of protocol droids that were the property of Popara the Hutt. The droids shared information updates on a regular basis, allowing them to work separately yet coordinate their activities. For instance, H-3POA was provided to Vago for use in negotiating deals with other beings. H-3POB served aboard Popara's personal starship, the Imru Ootmian. In general, H-3PO droids were unique from other 3PO-series protocol droids in that their access systems were programmed to accept a verbal signal from a specific individual. They also had enhanced sensors and communications systems, and often were created with self-destruct mechanisms. (TF)

this jade-colored protocol droid was part of a group which was owned by Popara the Hutt. H-3POA was assigned to Vago, Popara's chief aide, for use in negotiations and other meetings. Vago was capable of understanding and speaking both Huttese and Basic, but used H-3POA in all other situations. (TF)

this green protocol droid was part of a group which was owned by Popara the Hutt. H-3POB served aboard Popara's personal starship, the Imru Ootmian. After the rescue of Mika the Hutt from Endregaad, H-3POB returned to Nar Shaddaa with Vago, Popara's chief aide. When Vago was supposed to meet with the agents who rescued Mika sometime later, H-3POB was assigned to the delegation. Mika himself requested that he meet the agents, so that Vago could continue his own work. This was part of a plot by Mika to "survive" an assassination attempt. Mika had hired Ogo Nan to try and kill him, but had ordered the Cerean to ensure no injury came to living beings. Instead, Ogo Nan was ordered to shoot H-3POB, a mission he carried out with deadly precision. H-3POB was nearly destroyed by Ogo Nan's blast, and its parts were recovered for later repair. (TF)

this was one of the many jade-colored protocol droids maintained by Vago the Hutt, as part of his services to Popara. (TF)

this heavy labor droid was modified by X0-X1 to disrupt the meeting between Doctor Vreen and Lira Wessex, at the Royal Casino, shortly before the Battle of Hoth. H4-5D was eventually immobilized by the Alliance agents who were on Cloud City to locate Doctor Issan Len. (CCC)

this sedative was developed during the height of the New Order. (SWGAL)

Taim & Bak's turbolaser. (TIE)

H-60 Tempest
this flat, wing-shaped bomber was developed during the last decades of the Old Republic. (IWST)

Taim & Bak's dual laser cannon. (TIE)

this was the handle of one the many HoloNet users who lived in the Cularin System during the last years of the Old Republic. (LFCW)

Taim & Bak's dual turbolaser cannon. (SCRE)

this was a model of droid brain produced by Duorq. (SWJ11)

this Duorq 79-series human-cyborg relations droid was adopted by H'nib Statermast when its previous owner was killed just outside the Farrimmer Café. He was nicknamed "Silverhand" by Statermast, in reference to the fact that the droid's right hand had been replaced by a silver-plated hand from a newer model. H-9PO's former owner was a gambler whose debts caught up with him. The droid's primary programming had been modified to assist with the gambling, and H-9PO resented the fact that Statermast put him to work as a waiter. H-9PO saved any tips he received and horded them away, in hopes of using them to go gambling on its own. (SWJ11)

Ha Zurh Library and Records Office
this vast archive was located in Tipoca City, on the planet Kamino. It was monitored by a droid librarian at all times, making the information contained in the archives available at all times. (IWE2)

this Lord lost a high-stakes sabacc match with the Herglic gambler Narloch, but refused to pay his debts. Haakon claimed the match had been rigged, but an Imperial investigation revealed that Haakon had to pay up. Haakon was forced to mortgage his family holdings in order to pay off the debt, but vowed to make Narloch pay. Haakon issued an anonymous bounty for Narloch's live body. (ND)

this name was common among Ithorian females. Although such names do not generally have meaning, Ithorians who studied their race's history learned that the name referred to an Ithorian song bird. (GCG)

this songbird was native to the planet Ithor. (GCG)

Haanen Felean
this male Klatooinan joined the Alliance shortly before the Battle of Endor. He was believed to have died in an Imperial attack on his supply garrison a couple of years later, but later was discovered to have joined the Empire and was providing information on the New Republic's supply routes to its leaders. (WBC)

this Kajain'sa'Nikto was a noted pirate who had ambushed several Commerce Guild convoys during the years following the Battle of Naboo. The Commerce Guild issued a bounty for his capture, which Jango Fett claimed during his own search for Jervis Gloom. (BH)

Haar Vhinic
this Yuuzhan Vong bio-technology was used to test the veracity and thruthfulness of a being's words. (EVR)

Haaran Balmor
this Jedi Master once played a game of Divoran Holochess with Hart Daele, via notes and letters, for forty years. (GG9)

this planet was plunged into civil war some five years before the Battle of Naboo, a war which lasted more than a decade before the Jedi Knights were sent to the planet to rescue a group of Old Republic scientists. It was a volcanically-active planet, dotted with forests and small settlements. A single moon, pink in the pale twilight, orbited the planet. The civil war on Haariden was based on land ownership rights, with each side hoping to lay claim to the lands over which titanite mines could be established. (JQ4)

this was the name used to describe the human inhabitants of the planet Haariden. (JQ4)

Haariden, Darra
see Thel-Tanis, Darra (JQ9)

this planet, located in the Outer Rim, was the site of an ancient Jedi stronghold during the early centuries of the Old Republic. It was the base on Haashimut that supplied many of the Jedi who were dispatched to watch over the Tion Cluster, shortly after it was absorbed into the Republic. (GORW)

this Mon Calamari was known for his skills as an engineer. Like most members of his species, Haash'n joined the Alliance after the Empire subjugated the planet Calamari. He dreamed of piloting a starship, and served as a Major aboard the Home One during the Battle of Endor. (CCG11)

this was one of the more common names given to males of the Mon Calamari race. To the Mon Calamari, this name meant "nimble". (GCG)

Hab Camber
one of the many aliases maintained by Talon Karrde for the Wild Kaarde, the Hab Camber was a starship operated by Abel Quiller out of Valrar during the early years of the New Republic. (TLC)

a group of 10 to 10,000 individual Brubbs that live together in a communal fashion. Habas have evolved for a number of reasons, from educational universities to spaceport habas. All children born into a haba are considered wards of the group, and every adult takes responsibility in raising the young. When they are old enough to mate, the children are traded to other habas in order to maintain the integrity of the Brubb genetic pool. (GG4)

an alien race enslaved by the Empire. The Habassa openly joined the Alliance following the Battle of Yavin. (XW)

Habassa II
this planet is likely the homeworld of the Habassa race. The planet joined the Alliance following the Battle of Yavin. (XW)

Habba Kee
this alien was one of the best podracers found in the Outer Rim Territories. (TPM)

Habbala Brupt
this traitorous Sullustan was living in the city of Hariz, on the planet N'zoth, when he was arrested for breaking the law and exiled to the Valley of Rejection, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Unknown to the Yevetha, as well as the inhabitants of Werstilhere, Brupt was actually an Imperial spy, sent to N'zoth to keep tabs on the Yevetha. He had joined the Empire several years earlier, during a flight to Corellia. His ship was boarded by Imperial forces, and the commanding officer ordered every being aboard the ship executed when Alliance agents were discovered. Brupt begged for his life, and was spared, although the rest of the passengers were killed. (CCW)

a plant whose root is eaten for food. (AC)

Habble, Mett
this man was a native of the planet Naboo, and a member of the Security Guards during the Battle of Naboo. Agent Habble was also a member of the Naboo Underground, using his activities as a Security Guard to supply the resistance with intelligence. Habble later revealed that he was a lesser noble who had been working directly for Governor Sio Bibble. His position within the Security Guards was a disguise for his work for Governor Bibble. (SON)

one of the two civilizations on Mylok IV, they helped the Nharwaaks develop a compact hyperdrive system. When they Empire heard about the system, they tried to negotiate for the technology, hoping to insert it into new breeds of TIE Fighters. When the Nharwaaks balked at dealing with the Empire, the Habeen stepped in and agreed to sell it to the Empire, even though they did not agree with the Empire's politics. The Nharwaaks tried in vain to thwart the sale of the new hyperdrive technology, but the Empire defeated them. (TIE)

this was a form of double-edged fighting blade. (DMSH)

this was the name of the Duelist Elite dueling droid Darth Maul once trained against. It was named because it was armed with a pair of hachete blades. It was destroyed by Maul in combat, shortly before he was ordered to hunt down Hath Monchar. (DMSH)

Hack, Turland
this Alliance Lieutenant served at a training facility located outside Mos Eisley, and was part of the group which contained Rookie One. Known simply as Hack to his friends, Turland was unable to qualify for flight school, but turned his efforts communications and tactical assistance. He urged Rookie One to continue his own training, and helped tutor the young pilot during his early flights. (RA)

Had Abbadon
Jedi scholars believed that this mythic planet might have been the birthplace of the Jedi Order, mellinnia before the Battle of Yavin. Other possibilities include Ondus and Utapau. (PJSB)

Hadar Sector
section of the galaxy that contains Turkana. (XW)

meaning "Boss's wife", this name was common among Gungan females. (GCG)

Hadiss the Vaulted
this Geonosian was the ruler of his planet, emerging from the Stalgasin Hive during the years prior to the Battle of Naboo. A veteran of the physical and mental battles forced upon the Geonosians during their evolution, Hadiss the Vaulted preferred to solve issues in battle. Rather than simply allowing criminals and others he despised survive in the petrana-ki gladiator arenas of his homeworld, Hadiss ensured that any individual who survived the neessary trials finally had to defeat an enraged acklay. His leadership skills were questioned by a small minority, led by Poggle the Lesser, during the years prior to the Clone Wars. After Poggle managed to win his way out of the gladiator arena, he received the backing of Darth Sidious and was eventually able to defeat Hadiss in battle. In a twist of fate, Poggle attacked Hadiss while riding on the back of an acklay, which cut Hadiss into three pieces before devouring him. (SWI60, SWI66)

Hadlress Defense Systems, Limited
based on the planet Hadlress, this security systems manufacturer was once owned and operated by Jasis Temm. The corporation was a major consultant to Prefect Ilanda before Temm sold it for 4.6 billion credits. (GG10)

this Trandoshan served as the Senator - or, in Trandoshan terms, the Speaker-Above-All - representing Trandosha to the Old Republic Senate, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. It was Hadocrassk who met with the Wookiee Senator Yarua, in an effort to discuss a truce between their two peoples. The talks were mediated by the Jedi Master Oppo Rancisis, who was called in after Senator Yarua ordered the blockade of all shipments to Trandosha. Senator Yarua reacted to the deaths of 215 Wookiees over one of Trandosha's moons, when the bodies of the dead were not returned to Kashyyyk. Hadocrassk responded by saying that the Wookiees received preferential treatment in the Senate, to the detriment of the Trandoshan people. The peace talks were interrupted by the onset of the Clone Wars. (HNN4)

Hadrassi Emergency Medical Systems Technologies
this small corporation produced a variety of chemical synthesizers for use in creating serums and anti-toxins. (GFT)

this chrome-like alloy was created during the last decades of the Old Republic. It was used in the formation of blaster barrels, since it had a high melting temperature and did not flex or warp after repeated firing. (VD2)

this was a noted member of the Yarkora race. (UANT)

developed by Mekuun, this high-altitude entry transport vessel measured 17.2 meters in length, and was designed to carry troops from low-orbiting starships to ground-based engagements with the enemy. These ships were produced during the height of the Clone Wars for the use of the Old Republic. Powered by repulsorlift engines and directional jets, the HAET-221 could move through the atmosphere on sheer graviational forces before engaging the repulsors as it neared the ground. Sophisticated mapping sensors allowed the HAET-221 to reach a target location with incredible accuracy; these sensors also allowed it to serve on reconnaissance and search-and-rescue missions. However, the repulsors and directional jets were not powerful enough to return the ship to its low-orbit point of origin, so a recovery vessel was needed to bring the HAET-221 back to its mother ship. Each of these transports was armed with an anti-vehicle laser cannon and several anti-personnel blasters. (SWDB)

this vine, which was native to the planet Garqi, produced the small fruits and leaves which were harvested and fermented to create Cassandran choholl. (GORW)

this Outer Rim world was the site of a Shrine of Kooroo. (SWJ13)

this was one of the many repulsor-equipped war machines used by the Trade Federation during their invasion of Naboo. (GMR4)

this was a common Chevin name. (UANT)

this was annual Jawa festival, when bargains of all kinds were made and great celebrations took place. (SWJ11)

Hagk Baht
this Duros smuggler owned and operated the Singing Savrip during the height of the Galactic Civil War. He was forced to crash-land the ship on Tatooine, after narrowly avoiding an Imperial customs blockade. His ship was laden with cases of blasters, which he gladly turned over to a team of Alliance agents whi rescued him from the Imperial forces which were controlling Tatooine. (WOA6)

this reptilian predator was native to the planet Ebra. The Rull clan's insignia portrayed a hag'thyyr engulfed in flame and wielding a spear. (SWJ11)

Hagwa doopee!
this Huttese command literally meant "Don't Move!" (GMR5)

Hai, Korkeal
this hyper-kinetic human female was a native of the Shesharile system, where she spent her youth rebuilding a light freighter. She was not an expert on all the systems, and spent a large part of her earnings on a Clone Wars-era computer. She used the computer to assist in her engineering work, although the computer's personality was continually at odds with her own. The ship, a modified Gymsnor-3 freighter call the Riff-Raff, was completed just prior to the Battle of Yavin, and the aging computer was installed in it. Korkeal, while not extremely proficient in all starship systems, nevertheless was eager to try and implement new systems on the Riff-Raff, and much of the ship's cargo space was taken up with spare parts. (GG6)

Haik Expedition
this group of interplanetary explorers set out to find a reliable hyperspace lane between the Enarc Run and the Harrin Trade Corridor during the early years of the Old Republic's Expansionist Period. They found the Kira System, located between the Lazerian and Ropagi Systems, and used the system as a reference point and hyperspace anchor for their route. Thus, they discovered the Kira Run. (TSK)

Hailbrock, Jan
a supplier of exotic weapons, Hailbrock was known for his ability to obtain illegal weapons for the elite members of the Procopian society. Because of his cargoes, Hailbrock's employers often used their clout to encourage customs officials to look the other way when he was detained. Hailbrock was also a strong supporter of the Alliance, and did his best to supply local rebel cells with weapons and armor. However, he worked hard to make sure his ties to the Alliance were never discovered. (LOE)

Hailey, Serra
this woman was a holovideo star of the Old Republic, who attempted to reinvent her career during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (SWJ3, SWJ7)

Hailfire Droid
officially known as the IG-227, this twin-wheeled combat droid was developed and financed by the InterGalactic Banking Clan, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. Originally created for the IBC's Collections and Securities division, the Hailfire Droid - sometimes referred to as the Hailfire-class Droid Tank - was developed by Hoar Chall Engineering. This combat droid carried two racks of fifteen Hailfire missiles. It was this weapons system that gave the droid its name. The hoop-like wheels of the droid were propelled by a series of magna-pulse drives built into the supporting frame, allowing the droid to move silently and smoothly. These droids were built after the Galactic Senate voted to allow the IBC to defend its operations, and Hailfire Droids were originally dispatched to enforce the collection of debts from its various customers. After the IBC agreed to support Count Dooku and the Separatists, Hailfire Droids were given combat programming. Standing 8.5 meters tall at the top of the hoop wheels, the Hailfire droid could attain speeds over flat surfaces approaching forty-five kilometers per hour. The only drawback to the effectiveness of the Hailfire Droid was that it needed to leave the battlefield to be rearmed. After several months, the Hailfire Droid was partnered with a mobile refresh droid that could bring additional ordnance to the droid in the field. With the end of the Clone Wars, all Hailfire droids were issued orders to deactivate, as part of Darth Sidious' plan to consolidate military power and ensure the loyalty of his troops. (HNN5, VD2, SWDB, NEGV, VD3, X3)

Hailfire-class Droid Tank
see Hailfire Droid (NEGV)

Haili Cetare!
this Mandalorian phrase translated into Basic as "Eat up!" (OWS)

this Gungan term is used to describe the long earlobes which hang down from the back of the Gungan skull. They are used in displays of aggression, fright, or friendship. The Otolla Gungan race has very large haillu, where the Ankura race has much smaller haillu. (IG1)

Haime, Josek
this man was a Bakuran senator, representing Gesco City. After the Battle of Bakura, Senator Haime was chosen to represent Bakura in the Alliance of Free Planets. (TBSB)

Hairy Savage
for lack of a better name, this was the name given to the species of anthropoids native to the planet Kuras III. These hulking predators were foul-tempered primitives who attacked anything they could see. (PG3)

this ancient man was the found of Haj Shipping Lines. Despite being outwardly loyal to the Empire during the Galactic Civil War, Haj burned his candles at both ends. He allowed Alliance agents to travel aboard his ships, realizing that they were equally willing to pay their fares as the Imperials. (SFE)

Haj Shipping Lines
this corporation owned several luxury starliners, and was outwardly loyal to the Empire. However, the executives of the company were secretly helping the Alliance in any way possible. (RD)

this Ansionian word was an exclamation of one's affirmative belief in something. (APS)

Hajen-class Fleet Tender
this starship was used extensively by the New Republic, and was designed to be part of the supply lines which maintained a battle fleet. It was also one of the new class of starship designs approved for use by the Republic Navy. At 375 meters, it was based on the Sacheen-class escort ship. This practice, of basing new designs on existing, proven designs, continued for several decades. The Hajen-class ship was designed to be a mobile resupply source, more than a repair facility. These huge ships required a crew of six beings, and had a huge droid pool to perform the more menial tasks. Up to six passengers could be carried, along with 300,000 metric tons of supplies. These ships were equipped with a Class-1 hyperdrive and quick sublight engines, but were unarmed. (BTS, CTD)

Hajial Chase
this primordial forest was located on the planet New Plympto, some 400 kilometers inland from the city of Phemiss. Situated atop of rocky escarpment, the Hajial Chase was the home of some of the oldest and tallest hiakk trees. (CCW)

this being was the Captain of the Star of Empire shortly after the Battle of Yavin. He was less than happy when he was told that the Star of Empire would be the first ship outfitted with the Systems Integration Manager,and even less happy about Malik's assignment to install it. When the ship suddenly experienced an engine reactor breach, Hajj and his crewmen assisted the passengers to the escape pods. They were on the ship as the computer suddenly declared the emergency under control, and they met up with Dash Rendar and Zak and Tash Arranda. They attempted to make their way to the communications room, but several of the crewmen died in various attacks along the way. They decided to crawl through cable pipes to get to the communications room, but Hajj was attacked by a multitude of crab-like maintenance droids. In trying to defend himself against their attack, he let go of his grip and plunged to his death at the bottom of the cable pipe. (GOF10)

Hakartha Station
this space station was under Imperial control during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (TBSB)

this planet was the site of a New Republic shipyards. The Intrepid was completed and delivered from these yards just before the conflict with the Yevethan Nil Spaar. (BTS)

this was one of the most common male names among the Corellian population. (GMR9)

this was one of the many Noghri clans. (TLC)

a native of Alderaan, this man was a former skiff racer who joined the Alliance shortly before the Battle of Yavin. Hakin served aboard the Tantive IV when it was captured by Darth Vader and the Devastator. (JKG)

this was a common name given to Zabrak males. Like many Zabrak names, it related to survival characteristics, and meant "sword". (GCG)

this was the Huttese word for "what." It was also spelled haku. (TF)

Hakma Kinto
this Weequay pirate was a member of Gardulla the Hutt's crime organization, shortly after the Battle of Naboo. A bounty was offered for his capture, which Jango Fett later claimed on the planet Tatooine, during a mission to locate Gardulla the Hutt. (BH)

Hako Armado
this Rodian dramatist was considered quite ancient, old enough that the spikes on his head were turning gray. During the early years of the New Republic, few suspected that Hako was also a skilled and deadly assassin. What fewer still knew was that many of his kills were fakes, arranged by the target themselves to escape trouble. (HR)

this Imperial recruit was part of Kyle Katarn's squadron, during the taking of asteroid AX-456. He worked with Morley as the team's demolitons experts. (SFE)

this was the Huttese word for "what." It was also spelled hakku. (GMR5, TF)

this was one of the most common male names among the Corellian population. (GMR9)

this Imperial Navy officer served as the first mate on the shuttle Resurgence during the Galactic Civil War. (SWCP)

Hal, Garthus
this freelance mercenary was hired by Imperial Moff Graffe, shortly after the Battle of Yavin, to turavel to Esseles and stir up public opinion in favor of the Empire. To this end, the pasty-faced Hal and his crew caused a number of bombings and assassiantions, all in the name of the Allaince. Hal himself was a jack of many trades, having served as a soldier, a pirate, and a gambler during his career. (CCW)

Hal, Leor
this man was a strong and powerful student of the Jedi arts, who embraced the theory of the Potentium and began guiding other Jedi students along its pathways. Many regarded him as an idealist, until his beliefs started to interfere with his Jedi training. When the Jedi Masters dismissed all the followers of the Potentium, nearly 100 years before the Battle of Naboo, Leor Hal went out into the galaxy and discovered Zonama Sekot. He recruited a group of Ferroans and a group of Langhesi to help him establish a new civilization on the planet, and he eventually came to know the being known as Sekot. Leor Hal established a symbiotic relationship with Sekot, and helped turn the planet into a huge, organic factory. Much of the Zonaman philosophy and leadership came from Hal's own experiences, which he imparted to the planetary society. The plan to create Sekotan starships and sell them to the greater galaxy was Hal's plan, designed to raise enough money to finance the huge hyperdrive cores which were woven into the tampasi and later used to launch the planet into hyperspace, when it came under attack by Wilhuff Tarkin. After his death, the Zonaman's considered his name to be sacred, and forbid anyone to use it out loud. Sekot used a holographic representation of Hal to maintain the status quo on Zonama Sekot, until his withered, dead body was discovered by Anakin Skywalker and Jabitha, during their escape from Tarkin's attack. (RP)

this was one of the most common female names among the Corellians. (GMR9)

this was one of the most common female names given to human children across the galaxy. (GCG)

this woman was Amee's mother, and was a slave owned by Yor Millto. Hala and her family lived on the planet Tatooine during the years leading up to the Battle of Naboo. Hala was captured in a slave raid by Krayn two years before the Battle of Naboo, and she was never seen again. Anakin Skywalker later discovered that Krayn had killed her to "set and example" for the other slaves, when she struck out at him in anger for being enslaved. After killing Hala, Krayn stole the small bell she wore around her neck and adding it to the "kill trophies" hanging at his belt. (JQ)

this firm but gentle Mon Calamari professor was respected on his homeworld, but was captured and taken as a "pet" during the early stages of the Empire's occupation of Calamari. On Coruscant, he lived in the household of a minor Imperial official, but soon escaped and caught a ride on a smuggling vessel to get off the planet. He hid out in the Outer Rim, established a small tapcafe while helping out the local educational system whenever he could. He hoped to return to Calamari one day and teaching again full-time. (HR)

this was the brand name of a medical supply. (FOP)

this moon orbited a gas giant which was colonized during the last days of the Old Republic. The moon's surface is covered with a thick ice crust, but beneath the crust the inner heat of the moon's core creates pockets of breathable atmosphere. The primary settlement was built just below the ice, in a fissure which was covered with a double-paneled transparisteel dome. The settlers developed ichthyoculture farms, and produced some of the galaxy's best fish. Shortly before the Battle of Endor, the settlement began feeling the effects of an epidemic that resembled the Cardooine Chills, and was one of the first worlds to receive bacta from Rogue Squadron. The settlement was destroyed by the Thyferran Home Defense Corps for accepting the bacta. (BW)

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