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General Superstitions:  You'll 'cut off' fortune if you use scissors on new years day
General Superstitions:  Coral beads are said to change color indicating whether the wearer is ill or well.
General Superstitions:  Nails should be bitten, not cut, for the same time, for that would make them thieves.
General Superstitions:  If you go to the bathroom in the night with no clothes on, insects will fall on you
General Superstitions:  An apple a day, keeps the doctor away.
General Superstitions:  If you want to see a friend again, then don't ever say goodbye to them on a bridge.
General Superstitions:  Never take a broom with you when moving house - buy a new one.
General Superstitions:  If you see a chimney sweep then shake his hand so that some of his good luck rubs off onto you.
General Superstitions:  Seeing a single crow is very unlucky. But 2 mean good luck! 3 means health, 4 means wealth, 5 is sickness & 6 mean death!
General Superstitions:  If your ear is burning, then someone is talking about you. To determine whether what they are saying is good or bad, remember this rhyme, - Left for love, Right for spite!
General Superstitions:  If the palm of your right hand is itchy, then it foretells that money is coming to you, but donít scratch it as that stops the money from coming! If itís your left palm that is itchy, then scratch away, as that means that you'll soon be paying out money
General Superstitions:  If you see a magpie, remember this rhyme - One for sorrow, Two for joy, Three for a girl, Four for a boy, Five for silver, Six for gold, Seven for a secret, Never to be told.
General Superstitions:  How you start the year is how you will end it, so you must ensure that you are wearing new clothes & looking your best, have paid off all your debts & are with your partner (to ensure that you are still with them at the next New year). Also you must open
General Superstitions:  Dropping a pair of scissors is said to warn that a lover is unfaithful.
General Superstitions:  Never place shoes on a table as it means bad luck for the remainder of the day.
General Superstitions:  A bride must sew a swanís feather into her husbandís pillow to ensure fidelity.
General Superstitions:  You must knock on wood 3 times after mentioning good fortune or the evil spirits will ruin things for you.
General Superstitions:  See a penny, pick it up; all day long youíll have good luck.
General Superstitions:  Donít break a mirror, or youíll have seven years bad luck.
General Superstitions:  Donít wash clothes on New Yearís Day, or somebody in your family will pass away.
General Superstitions:  Donít walk under a ladder, or somebody will have an accident;
General Superstitions:  Donít hit anyone with a broom, or it will make him or her lazy.
General Superstitions:  If the head of a bed is placed towards the north it foretells a short life, towards the south a long life, the east riches, the west travel.
General Superstitions:  Bad Luck: to leave bellows lying on the table or on the floor, since in such a position they presage domestic quarrels.
General Superstitions:  One's life is prolonged if, in later years, a visit is made to one's place of birth.
General Superstitions:  If you burn beef bones by mistake it is a sign of much sorrow to come on account of poverty. To burn fish or poultry bones indicates that scandal will be spread about you.
General Superstitions:  To cut bread in an uneven manner is a sign that you have been telling lies.
General Superstitions:  The best time for cutting one's corns is when the Moon is on the wane.
General Superstitions:  If a front door does not face the street, ill luck will attend the house. You should always close a front door with your face towards it.
General Superstitions:  To let fall an egg and smash it foretells good news; but if the egg is undamaged or merely cracked, bad luck is to be feared. When you have finished eating an egg it is a safeguard against misfortune if the empty shell is crushed with a spoon. If you burn eggshells, the hens will cease to lay. It is unlucky to take eggs out of, or bring them into, a house during the hours of darkness. Eggs laid on Good Friday never become stale.
General Superstitions:  When a woman reaches age 31 she may expect some great change to occur. Frequently it consists of an important journey, some unexpected danger, or some great temptation. She should be particularly cautious during this period, and take special care in her b
General Superstitions:  When eating a fish, you should begin at the tail and work towards the head.
General Superstitions:  To cross two forks accidentally is a sign that slander will be spread about you. To drop a fork foretells the visit of a woman friend. To stir anything with a fork is to stir up misfortune.
General Superstitions:  It is a warning of treachery if a person's garter comes undone. If a girl loses a garter, a proposal of marriage at an early date is foretold.
General Superstitions:  To break uncolored glass in any form but that of a mirror or a bottle is a fortunate omen; but if the glass is red, future trouble and anxiety are implied. If green glass is broken, bitter disappointment will be your lot.
General Superstitions:  If you knock your hand accidentally against a piece of wood or a wooden article, it is an indication that you are about to have a love affair. If you knock your hand against iron, however, it must be taken as a warning against treachery.
General Superstitions:  Tying a knot in one's handkerchief is a means of warding off evil.
General Superstitions:  Finding a horseshoe is an assurance of good luck, but if you give it away or throw it away, your luck will leave you.
General Superstitions:  If after leaving your house, you turn back to fetch something, you must sit down when you get indoors and count backwards from seven, in order to avoid ill luck. It is unlucky to move into a new house during the months of April, July, and November.
General Superstitions:  If, before you retire to bed, you chants Matthew, Mark, Luke and John Bless the bed that I lie on, it will keep away evil spirits and ensure your good health.
General Superstitions:  If someone is lying dangerously ill, a lighted candle should be placed in a shoe, and all other lights in the room turned out. Then the name of the complaint from which the person is suffering must be written on a piece of paper and burned in the candle flame, and at the same time the following rhyme should be said three times: Go away death! Go away death! Life from the flame Give new breath I the candle must then be snuffed with the fingers.
General Superstitions:  The dropping of a knife foretells the visit of a man friend in the near future.
General Superstitions:  If someone lends you a pocket-knife, return it in the way in which it was given; that is, with the blade open or shut, pointing away from you or towards you.
General Superstitions:  Lightning will never strike a person when he is asleep, nor will it visit a house in which a fire is burning.
General Superstitions:  The days of the week on which it is considered most lucky for women to make any important decision or to undertake any great tasks are Tuesday and Friday. For men the fortunate days are Monday and Thursday
General Superstitions:  To spill matches is a very lucky sign, and if a girl accidentally upsets an entire box it will not be long before she becomes a bride. Crossing two matches by chance implies that joy and happiness await you.
General Superstitions:  When you have occasion to turn the mattress of a bed remember that if you turn it from foot to head, you'll never wed, and also that this task should never be performed on a Friday.
General Superstitions:  An infallible means of influencing one's luck regarding money is as follows: Choose a rainy day, and then to go to a place where there was a holly bush, clasp it round the main stem and chant three times, Holly tree, 0 holly tree, Let much wealth come t
General Superstitions:  If a girl's petticoat or slip shows below her dress, she is loved more by her father than by her mother.
General Superstitions:  Always pick up a pin when you see one lying on the floor, for See a pin and pick it up All the day you'll have good luck; See a pin and let it lie Luck will surely pass you by. To upset a box of pins foretells a surprise, so long as some of them are left
General Superstitions:  If you give anyone an empty purse he will never be blessed with riches. Place a coin inside it for luck.
General Superstitions:  Breaking one blade of a pair of scissors is an omen of quarreling and discord; if both blades are broken at once; a calamity is to be feared. . Scissors should always be sold; they should never be given.
General Superstitions:  A seventh son possesses many talents and is predestined for worldly success. The seventh son of a seventh son is gifted with the art of healing. The seventh daughter of a seventh daughter possesses the power of second sight.
General Superstitions:  If you do not present a new pair of shoes to a poor person at least once during your life, you will go barefoot in the next world.
General Superstitions:  If your shoelace persists in coming untied, take it as an omen that you are about to receive a fortunate letter or some kind of good news.
General Superstitions:  To sneeze to the right is a promise of money, but sneezing to the left means a disappointment will soon come. There is an old rhyme that says: Sneeze on a Monday, sneeze for danger; Sneeze on a Tuesday, kiss a stranger; Sneeze on a Wednesday, sneeze for
General Superstitions:  If soot bums in a ring at the back of the grate, pleasure and happiness are on their way to you.
General Superstitions:  Malice and envy are to be feared when sparks jump out of the fire.
General Superstitions:  Dropping a spoon means that a child or young person is going to call on you. To cross a spoon over fork presages happiness cut short by grief.
General Superstitions:  To put on your stockings or socks inside out is an omen that you will shortly receive a present. If your stocking comes down, your lover is thinking of you.
General Superstitions:  If thirteen people sit down to dine, the last to rise will meet with ill fortune.
General Superstitions:  To wash in water, which has been previously used by someone else means that you will quarrel with him, unless you clasp your hands together over the water when you have finished.
General Superstitions:  Never pour water into a tumbler which already holds some, for it is an invitation to evil spirits to visit you.
General Superstitions:  Never pour water into a tumbler which already holds some, for it is an invitation to evil spirits to visit you.
General Superstitions:  Women should not whistle, for it encourages evil spirits to visit them.
General Superstitions:  Spilling wine is an auspicious omen, if it is done accidentally; while to drop a glass of wine and break the glass is a token of a happy marriage and enduring affection.
General Superstitions:  When you are talking to someone, and if you should both happen to say the same word or sentence at the same time, you must each clasp the other's little finger and wish. Then, if you do not disclose your wish, it will be fulfilled.
General Superstitions:  People once believed the soul could escape from the body when a person sneezed. To stop this from happening, people ask God to bless and so to protect the person who sneezes.
General Superstitions:  People with hiccups were once thought to be possessed by the devil.
General Superstitions:  Yawning is caused by the devil so evil spirits enter your body when your mouth is wide open. Covering your mouth stops the evil spirits.
General Superstitions:  Watching someone else yawn makes you to yawn.
General Superstitions:  An itchy nose means your going to have a quarrel with someone.
General Superstitions:  Spit on your hands for strength. This originated from seeing animals lick their wounds, making people think saliva had some magical healing power.
General Superstitions:  To get rid of a cough, take a hair from the coughing persons head, put it in between two slices of buttered bread, feed it to the dog, and say - eat well you hound. May you be sick and I be sound.
General Superstitions:  To stop cramps, carry certain animal bones on your body. Another cure is to lay your shoes on your stomach, across the cramp.
General Superstitions:  Cross your fingers to make wish. Bad luck is trapped at the point where the two fingers meet so when we cross our fingers, we stop the bad luck from escaping and allow our wishes to come true.
General Superstitions:  Fingernail clippings must not be left behind. Fingernails can be used to cast spells on their owner, so they must never be left around for the evil spirits to find. They should be burned or buried instead.
General Superstitions:  An acorn should be carried to bring luck and ensure a long life.
General Superstitions:  An acorn at the window will keep lightning out.
General Superstitions:  Amber beads, worn as a necklace, can protect against illness or cure colds.
General Superstitions:  Seeing an ambulance is very unlucky unless you pinch your nose or hold your breath until you see a black or a brown dog.
General Superstitions:  Think of five or six names of boys or girls you might marry, As you twist the stem of an apple, recite the names until the stem comes off. You will marry the person whose name you were saying when the stem fell off.
General Superstitions:  If you cut an apple in half and count how many seeds are inside, you will also know how many children you will have.
General Superstitions:  To predict the sex of a baby: Suspend a wedding band held by a piece of thread over the palm of the pregnant girl. If the ring swings in an oval or circular motion the baby will be a girl. If the ring swings in a straight line the baby will be a boy.
General Superstitions:  Spit on a new bat before using it for the first time to make it lucky
General Superstitions:  If you make a bedspread, or a quilt, be sure to finish it or marriage will never come to you
General Superstitions:  Placing a bed facing north and south brings misfortune.
General Superstitions:  You must get out of bed on the same side that you get in or you will have bad luck.
General Superstitions:  When making the bed, don't interrupt your work, or you will spend a restless night in it.
General Superstitions:  A swarm of bees settling on a roof is an omen that the house will burn down.
General Superstitions:  The sound of bells drives away demons because they're afraid of the loud noise
General Superstitions:  When a bell rings, a new angel has received his wings.
General Superstitions:  If you blow out all the candles on your birthday cake with the first puff you will get your wish.
General Superstitions:  The Blarney Stone is a stone set in the wall of the Blarney Castle tower in the Irish village of Blarney. Kissing the stone is supposed to bring the kisser the gift of persuasive eloquence (blarney.)
General Superstitions:  To protect yourself from witches, wear a blue bead.
General Superstitions:  Touch blue and your wish will come true.
General Superstitions:  Before slicing a new loaf of bread, make the sign of the cross on it.
General Superstitions:  A loaf of bread should never be turned upside down after a slice has been cut from it.
General Superstitions:  If you say good-bye to a friend on a bridge, you will never see each other again.
General Superstitions:  Do not lean a broom against a bed. The evil spirits in the broom will cast a spell on the bed.
General Superstitions:  If you sweep trash out the door after dark, it will bring a stranger to visit.
General Superstitions:  If someone is sweeping the floor and sweeps over your feet, you'll never get married.
General Superstitions:  Never take a broom along when you move. Throw it out and buy a new one.
General Superstitions:  To prevent an unwelcome guest from returning, sweep out the room they stayed in immediately
General Superstitions:  If the first butterfly you see in the year is white, you will have good luck all year.
General Superstitions:  Three butterflies together mean good luck.
General Superstitions:  If a candle lighted as part of a ceremony blows out, it is a sign that evil spirits are nearby
General Superstitions:  If the first calf born during the winter is white, the winter will be a bad one.
General Superstitions:  Keep cats away from babies because they "suck the breath" of the child.
General Superstitions:  A cat onboard a ship is considered to bring luck.
General Superstitions:  If you get a chill up your back or goosebumps, it means that someone is walking over your grave.
General Superstitions:  It is bad luck to light three cigarettes with the same match.
General Superstitions:  Evil spirits can't harm you when you stand inside a circle.
General Superstitions:  If a clock which has not been working suddenly chimes, there will be a death in the family.
General Superstitions:  Clover protects human beings and animals from the spell of magicians and the wiles of fairies, and brings good luck to those who keep it in the house.
General Superstitions:  It's bad luck to pick up a coin if it's tails side up. Good luck comes if it's heads up.
General Superstitions:  To drop a comb while you are combing your hair is a sign of a coming disappointment.
General Superstitions:  Cows lifting their tails is a sure sign that rain is coming.
General Superstitions:  Don't step on a crack on a sidewalk or walkway.
General Superstitions:  A yawn is a sign that danger is near.
General Superstitions:  The number of Xs in the palm of your right hand is the number of children you will have.
General Superstitions:  Two people pull apart the dried breastbone of a chicken or turkey until it cracks and breaks, each one making a wish while doing so. The person who gets the long half of the wishbone will have his or her wish come true.
General Superstitions:  If you make a wish while throwing a coin into a well or fountain, the wish will come true.
General Superstitions:  A watermelon will grow in your stomach if you swallow a watermelon seed.
General Superstitions:  A bride's veil protects her from evil spirits who are jealous of happy people.
General Superstitions:  If a woman sees a robin flying overhead on Valentine's Day, it means she will marry a sailor. If she sees a sparrow, she will marry a poor man and be very happy. If she sees a goldfinch, she will marry a millionaire.
General Superstitions:  Dropping an umbrella on the floor means that there will be a murder in the house.
General Superstitions:  If you bite your tongue while eating, it is because you have recently told a lie.
General Superstitions:  All wishes on shooting stars come true.
General Superstitions:  A spider is a repellent against plague when worn around the neck in a walnut shell.
General Superstitions:  You sleep best with your head to the north and your feet to the south.
General Superstitions:  If you sing before seven, you will cry before eleven.
General Superstitions:  Salty soup is a sign that the cook is in love.
General Superstitions:  Rosemary planted by the doorstep will keep witches away.
General Superstitions:  If you leave a rocking chair rocking when empty, it invites evil spirits to come into your house to sit in the rocking chair.
General Superstitions:  A wish made upon seeing the first robin in spring will come true - but only if you complete the wish before the robin flies away.
General Superstitions:  A red ribbon should be placed on a child who has been sick to keep the illness from returning.
General Superstitions:  A rainbow in the Eastern sky, The morrow will be fine and dry. A rainbow in the West that gleams, Rain tomorrow falls in streams.
General Superstitions:  If you use the same pencil to take a test that you used for studying for the test, the pencil will remember the answers.
General Superstitions:  It is bad luck to see an owl in the sunlight.
General Superstitions:  Unless you were born in October, it's unlucky to wear opals.
General Superstitions:  A wish will come true if you make it while burning onions.
General Superstitions:  An onion cut in half and placed under the bed of a sick person will draw off fever and poisons.
General Superstitions:  If your nose itches, someone is coming to see you. If it's the right nostril, the visitor will be a female, left nostril, male.
General Superstitions:  A white moth inside the house or trying to enter the house means death.
General Superstitions:  Mistletoe in the house protects it from thunder and lightning.
General Superstitions:  A mirror should be covered during a thunderstorm because it attracts lightning.
General Superstitions:  It is unlucky to see your face in a mirror by candlelight.
General Superstitions:  It's bad luck to let milk boil over.
General Superstitions:  Clairvoyants use mandrake to increase their visions to enable them to see strange and wonderful things.
General Superstitions:  Mandrake is thought to have aphrodisiac and fertilizing properties.
General Superstitions:  Mandrake is a mysterious plant believed to have powers of preventing sterility in men and animals, causing barren women to bear children, and compelling love.
General Superstitions:  To dream of a lizard is a sign that you have a secret enemy.
General Superstitions:  Lettuce promotes child bearing if eaten by young women, and certain types of salad can bring on labor in pregnant women.
General Superstitions:  Lettuce is believed to have magical and healing properties, including the power to arouse love and counteract the effects of wine.
General Superstitions:  If you catch a falling leaf on the first day of autumn you will not catch a cold all winter.
General Superstitions:  A cricket in the house brings good luck.
General Superstitions:  Counting Crows: One's bad, Two's luck, Three's health, Four's wealth, Five's sickness, Six is death.
General Superstitions:  Pick a dandelion that has gone to seed. Take a deep breath and blow the seeds into the wind. Count the seeds that remain on the stem. That is the number of children you will have.
General Superstitions:  It's bad luck to leave a house through a different door than the one used to come into it.
General Superstitions:  If your right ear itches, someone is speaking well of you.
General Superstitions:  If your left ear itches, someone is speaking ill of you.
General Superstitions:  For good luck throughout the year, wear new clothes on Easter.
General Superstitions:  Pictures of an elephant bring luck, but only if they face a door.
General Superstitions:  If your right eye twitches there will soon be a birth in the family. If the left eye twitches there will soon be a death in the family.
General Superstitions:  To cure a sty, stand at a crossroads and recite ďSty, sty, leave my eye, take the next one coming by.
General Superstitions:  If an eyelash falls out, put it on the back of the hand, make a wish and throw it over your shoulder. If it flies off the hand the wish will be granted.
General Superstitions:  A fish should always be eaten from the head toward the tail.
General Superstitions:  Dream of fish: someone you know is pregnant.
General Superstitions:  Throw back the first fish you catch then you'll be lucky the whole day fishing.
General Superstitions:  If you count the number of fish you caught, you will catch no more that day.
General Superstitions:  It's bad luck to say the word pig while fishing at sea.
General Superstitions:  It brings bad luck for a flag to touch the ground.
General Superstitions:  First Flower of Spring: The day you find the first flower of the season can be used as an omen: Monday means good fortune, Tuesday means greatest attempts will be successful, Wednesday means marriage, Thursday means warning of small profits, Friday means wealth, Saturday means misfortune, Sunday means excellent luck for weeks.
General Superstitions:  If the bottom of your right foot itches, you are going to take a trip.
General Superstitions:  To drop a fork means a man is coming to visit.
General Superstitions:  It is bad luck to kill a ladybug.
General Superstitions:  If a young girl catches a ladybug and then releases it, the direction in which it flies away will be the direction from which her future husband will come.
General Superstitions:  If a friend gives you a knife, you should give him a coin, or your friendship will soon be broken.
General Superstitions:  A knife placed under the bed during childbirth will ease the pain of labor.
General Superstitions:  A knife as a gift from a lover means that the love will soon end.
General Superstitions:  Ivy growing on a house protects the inhabitants from witchcraft and evil.
General Superstitions:  If your nose itches Your mouth is in danger. You'll kiss a fool, And meet a stranger. Rub an itch to wood It will come to good.
General Superstitions:  If your nose itches you will soon be kissed by a fool.
General Superstitions:  A horseshoe hung in the bedroom will keep nightmares away.
General Superstitions:  Pulling out a gray or white hair will cause ten more to grow in its place.
General Superstitions:  Shed no blood on Good Friday, work no wood, hammer no nail.
General Superstitions:  A person who dies on Good Friday will go right to heaven.
General Superstitions:  Cut your hair on Good Friday to prevent headaches in the year to come
General Superstitions:  A child born on Good Friday and baptized on Easter Sunday has a gift of healing. If a boy, he should go into the ministry.
General Superstitions:  The dried body of a frog worn in a silk bag around the neck averts epilepsy and other fits.
General Superstitions:  A frog brings good luck to the house it enters
General Superstitions:  Never start to make a garment on Friday unless you can finish it the same day.
General Superstitions:  You should never start a trip on Friday or you will meet misfortune.
General Superstitions:  A bed changed on Friday will bring bad dreams.
General Superstitions:  Never eat beef on New Year's, it roots backwards, and that is bad luck. Pork roots forward for it's food, and that means moving forward for good luck.
General Superstitions:  People would say that spirits could not walk upon a path, so after dark don't leave the path/road.
General Superstitions:  Don't step on sidewalk cracks. "Step on a crack break your mothers back" people say.
General Superstitions:  It is considered bad luck to pass a black cat after 9pm
General Superstitions:  If your feet itch it means that you will be walking on new grounds.
General Superstitions:  If you wash your face in the dew on the morning of the first of May, and you will either see faeries or see your future spouse.
General Superstitions:  If you are ever in an accident, you should be wearing clean underwear.
General Superstitions:  The groom should never see the bride the eve of their wedding or their marriage will fail.
General Superstitions:  If you put a broom outside your door, a witch will have to count each strand before entering your house and by then it will be dawn and time to stop the witching.
General Superstitions:  If you stare into a mirror by candlelight you will see the spirit of a lost loved one.
General Superstitions:  Christians used to think that lightening bolts were thrown at them by devils.
General Superstitions:  If you secretly put your toenail clippings in a glass of lemonade and make someone drink it, then that person is supposed to fall in love with you.
General Superstitions:  God Bless You - When someone sneezes his or her heart stops a beat. By saying God bless you; it merely thanks God for allowing the heart to continue beating again considering if it had stopped they would not be alive.
General Superstitions:  Witches fly on broomsticks - comes from when the pagans were viewed hopping up and down on broomsticks in the fields, which was a harvest ritual.
General Superstitions:  Leaving the front door open for the prophet Elijah at Passover, so the kids think he drank the wine you left on the table for him, when in reality it was just evaporation.
General Superstitions:  There were fields in certain farms in Northern Ireland where a tree, especially a hawthorn, would be left standing in spite of the inconvenience to ploughing, rather than incur the hostility of the fairies who used it for their celebrations
General Superstitions:  Don't watch an animal defecating or you'll get a stye on your eye.
General Superstitions:  A red-tipped match will cure a case of the hiccups.
General Superstitions:  A wedding ring - An ancient symbol of completion, far older than the Christian religion. The ring signifies that which does not end or begin but it a circle of forever
General Superstitions:  When a couple is walking down the street holding hands and an obstacle (like a lamp post) comes between them you say bread and butter...thereby keeping the union until the hands meet again on the other side of the lamp post.
General Superstitions:  Counting a person's teeth robs them of one year of life for every tooth counted, this is why some people cover their mouths when they laugh, smile or yawn.
General Superstitions:  Whippoorwills call for the souls of the dead.
General Superstitions:  If an owl is staring at your house, someone there will die.
General Superstitions:  Clink two glasses of alcohol to scare the demon out of the alcohol.
General Superstitions:  It is bad luck to put up a calendar early or write in next year's diary before the New Year
General Superstitions:  When you cross a railroad track you need to touch a screw so you won't get pregnant.
General Superstitions:  If a woman's menstrual cycle begins while she is seated in a church the next child she has will be born dead.
General Superstitions:  If a bat gets in your hair you are possessed by the Devil.
General Superstitions:  Never take flowers from a grave or you will be the next to be in a grave.
General Superstitions:  If a single pigeon sits on your roof someone close is going to die soon.
General Superstitions:  A loud ticking from a clock means that a death is coming in the house soon.
General Superstitions:  Dropping silverware causes company. Drop a spoon and the company will be female, drop a fork and the company will be male. Dropping a knife will break the spell.
Animal Superstitions: Adder:  To see an adder - general bad luck
Animal Superstitions: Adder:  To kill an adder - general good luck
New Years Superstitions:  Black-Eyes Peas: A tradition common to the Southern part of the United States says that the eating of black-eyed peas on New Year's Day will attract both general good luck and money in particular to the one doing the dining

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