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THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

         March 20, 2019                                                                                                                                                                               www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
Artful Opportunities
The home sits on the edge of a lovely golf course, but it's backyard definitely needed help.  Completely reimagining the space, Juliet Wood inserted a pool, a spa, a cabana, a sweeping staircase and an amazing water wall to create a fully integrated resource for outdoor family fun.    [more]

WHAT IS IT?

#33:  Flagstone Decking
Few decking materials are more welcome around swimming pools and spas than large flagstones.  But this appeal, writes Mike Farley, comes from much more than the simple fact that the big slabs look fantastic when they're thoughtfully (and skillfully) arrayed near water.  [more]  

TRAVELOGUE

Strangely Sublime  
This odd, twisting fountain by a noted Surrealist artist was built several years after Jim McCloskey's one brief visit to Switzerland.  But it's enough to incline him to add Bern to the list of places he'd like to see the next time the travel bug bites and sends him on his way back to Europe.   [more]
ESSENTIAL

Graceful Cascades 

Taking great pride in crafting watershapes that are as natural in appearance as possible, pond/stream specialist Steve Sandalis has developed a systematic approach that always guides him in the right directions.  A case in point is the project discussed here, in which a thousand tons of stone, hundreds of feet of liner and countless plants came together to create a setting so amazingly romantic that its owner changed his mind about how to put it to use.      

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in August 2006, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TECHNICAL BRIEFING

Night Eyes
In essence, says Mike Gambino, landscape lighting is about visualizing the way a space will look when the sun goes down.  He shows what that means in practical terms through a project in which he brought nighttime drama to a home and its pool, fountain and garden spaces.   [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Swimming's Place
A book about the history of swimming caught Jim McCloskey's eye recently, fascinating him with tales reaching from primordial seas and the dawn of civilization to more recent manifestations of what the author clearly sees as an unsurpassed form of human endeavor.     [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Taking a Stand Dept.:  UK synchronized swimmers do their best to perform in a pool filled with plastic debris.    
It's a deft statement about the plight of our polluted oceans.
 
On the Lighter Side Dept.:  Kentucky Fried Chicken turns to crowdfunding to create KFC-themed hot tubs.   [more]
Nice publicity stunt, Colonel.  Just get the temperature right!

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Speaking the Language
Back in 2009, Dave Peterson was a strong, early advocate for watershaping's involvement with a key set of standards.  Click here to see what he was after -- and just how far the industry has come.    [more] 

THE SHOPPING CART 

RenoSys Offers Stainless Steel Gutter Systems 

RenoSys (Indianapolis, IN) has added a stainless-steel version to its DuraTech line of gutters for commercial and institutional pools. Designed for affordable reliability, the new units combine gutter and plumbing in a trough that includes pressurized water returns and inlets, thereby eliminating buried pipes that can break in freeze/thaw conditions. For details, click here.
 
Intermatic Debuts ComboConnect J-Boxes
Intermatic (Spring Grove, IL) produces the ComboConnect Junction Box/Transformer. The compact, hybrid unit provides two line-voltage and five low-voltage connections for underwater and dry pool, spa and landscape-lighting applications, all in the same housing. Designed for tight spaces, the units include a 100-watt low-voltage transformer. For details, click here.


WPN UPDATE


Building 
Step by Step
 

The WaterShapes Professional Network is all about building a credible, unified web presence where numerous watershapers can convey uniformly formatted, readily compared information in an easily navigated consumer resource.  By doing so, WPN gives consumers initial access to the marketplace in an environment that guides them comfortably and confidently through the earliest stages of a significant purchasing decision.

True, some homeowners and facility managers are lucky enough when they start looking for watershapers to have friends or colleagues who can refer them to suitable firms.  But more often these consumers are on their own -- and most start their hunt by searching on the Internet, where finding individual watershapers is a hit-and-miss process.   WPN takes frustration out of the quest by offering a common, neutral web resource filled with possibilities. 
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

         March 6, 2019                                                                                                                                                                                www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
A Slice of Paradise
It was a challenging site for a long pool that would overflow on all four sides.  But with the right foundation and a well-engineered shell, writes Grant Smith, the project came together beautifully -- although it apparently wasn't enough to get his clients to stick around to enjoy the view!  [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE

Fishy Affairs
There comes a time with most ponds when the owners will want to add fish to supplement the original population or replace pets lost to age or predators.  It's a perilous step, notes Mike Gannon, which is why he prepares his clients for the occasion early on with words of caution.    [more] 

DESIGN DYNAMICS

Organizing Chaos  
Every watershaping project starts with a big box of possibilities the designer digs through in selecting features that meet the needs of the site, the clients and the budget.  Kurt Kraisinger will examine this early digging to start a brand-new series on how designs come together.   [more]
ESSENTIAL

Island Life 

Searching for an effective and natural way to improve water quality in both man-made and natural bodies of water, inventor Bruce Kania turned to the experiences of a childhood spent exploring and fishing in the waters of the upper Midwest.  Inspired by the diversity and sheer wildness of the natural, floating islands that can occur there, he's developed a system that not only enhances water quality but also provides a haven for wildlife.      

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in April 2005, has been digitized for all readers.  Click hereto see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TRAVELOGUE

Water Everywhere
Italy's Villa d'Este has long inspired designers -- and everyone else who comes to visit.  Mark Holden has had a career-long interest in the estate and takes this opportunity to share his love of its features while encouraging more watershapers to go and see it for themselves.    [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Rallying to a Cause
A news story about a pair of community groups that are raising money to pay for restoration of an iconic Minneapolis fountain recently caught Jim McCloskey's eye -- and leads him to discuss a hopeful trend toward public intervention when municipalities can't seem to get the job done.  [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Wet-Weather Wonders Dept.:  A downpour in Northern California crafts a spontaneous watershape.     
This furious display is a bit scary -- but also quite beautiful.
 
Maritime Silliness Dept.:  New 'super yacht' comes with deluxe features -- including a vanishing-edge pool.   [more]
It's a great idea for the showroom, but how will it do at sea?

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Powering the Press
Among all the things he did to build his business, wrote Brian Van Bowerin March 2004, one tactic stood out head and shoulders above the rest.  Has anything has happened since then to alter the picture?    [more] 

THE SHOPPING CART 

SelectaFlo D.E. Filter Valves from Hayward 
 
Hayward Pool Products (Elizabeth, NJ) has released SelectaFlo Valves for use with diatomaceous-earth filters. Designed to provide up to 90-percent less head loss than multiport valves, the units feature trigger-action handles that makes it easy to select among four valve/filter functions with the company's ProGrid and DEP 500 filters. For details, click here.
 
Oase Launches Air Injector for Ponds

Oase (Coronoa, CA) has introduced the AquaOxy Set 240, a quiet, energy-efficient air-injector pump that safely increases oxygen levels in ponds containing up to 2,113 gallons. The lightweight unit has two air outlets, a long hose for easy placement and weighted air stones to ensure a uniform, high-volume dissipation of oxygen into the water. For details, click here.
WPN UPDATE


The Art of
Persuasion
 

Those of you who design and build pools, spas, fountains, ponds, streams, waterfalls and other forms of contained, controlled water have an amazing ability to produce works of great beauty.  But you also face real challenges when it comes to conveying messages about your skills and talents to consumers and prospective clients who might be interested in having you help them make water part of their daily lives.
 
That's where the WaterShapes Professional Network can help:  We've built a web presence in which dozens of designers and builders of watershapes of all types participate as an Internet colossus -- a grouped entity large and interconnected enough that the search engines have to treat it with respect.  So if it's a strong (or even just a stronger) web presence you're after, please do take a look and get involved. 
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

         February 20, 2019                                                                                                                                                                          www.watershapes.com  
BOTANIC ENCHANTMENT
   
Forging a Path
Designing and installing botanical gardens may be soul-satisfying, but it's also a remarkable professional challenge.  As Raymond Jungles writes in the first of three articles on the subject, these projects have multiple audiences, each of them bringing massive expectations to the table.  [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE

Hard-Won Beauty

Called back to a pool he'd bid on unsuccessfully ten years earlier, William Drakeley found that the winning contractor had fallen short in several ways.  It was now up to him to persuade an extremely reluctant client to start all over again, this time with a more suitable approach.  [more] 

TRAVELOGUE

The Family Plan  
Contacted by a reader for advice on where to go on a family vacation if one of the goals was for her to see great watershapes, Jim McCloskey rattled off a long list of U.S. cities -- and then called her back later with a suggestion he thought might add special meaning to the trip.     [more]
ESSENTIAL

The Architect Connection 

As watershaping becomes an independent design discipline, says architect Greg Danskin, there's increasing cause for watershapers to interact with and more fully understand what architects do and how they do it.  Here, he offers his suggestions toward building that familiarity, starting by defining the nature of his profession and exploring the common ground upon which watershapers and architects operate.    

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in March 2008, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TECHNICAL BRIEFING

Seeing the Light
All too often, homeowners unaware of the benefits of quality landscape lighting will sidestep it to cut costs as a project nears its conclusion.  That's a tendency Mike Gambino combats by continuously educating his clients about the illuminated joys they'll find outside after dark.   [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Decisions, Decisions
The original plan to update his family's aging pool and spa has given way to another project for now, reports Jim McCloskey.  But even the sidelined process gave him a deeper understanding of what daunts homeowners as they pass through what he now calls 'remodel creep.'   [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Preaching to the Saved Dept.:  Physical therapists make the case for the curative power of being in water.   
Their article self-promotes, but it hits all the high points.
 
Sinuous Shapes Dept.:  Architect Roman Vlasov offers a fresh take on weaving a pool into its environment.   [more]
It's been a while since anything struck me as so original.

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Planting Pains
Back in 2009, Bruce Zaretsky wrote about the nature of landscape design and a trend that had him keenly concerned about the future.  Do you think anything has happened over the past decade to alter his views?   [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
Guppy Submerged LED Fixtures from Lightcraft 
 
Lightcraft Outdoor (Chatsworth, CA) makes the model H20-302B underwater LED lighting fixture. Known as the Guppy, the compact fixture   -- just an inch-and-three-quarters tall -- is made with heavy cast brass and has a natural-bronze finish. It comes with a pebble tray, includes a 25-foot cable and projects 15 feet with a 180-degree beam angle. For details, click here.  
 
S.R. Smith Introduces In-Pool Lounges

S.R. Smith (Canby, OR) manufactures the Destination Lounger for use in water depths of up to 12 inches. Lightweight yet strong, the lounge is meant for residential or commercial use and has a design that allows for easy filling of the base section with water and for easy emptying if it needs to be moved within the pool or removed for storage. For details, click here.
WPN UPDATE


Getting in
the Game
 
These days, the Internet is the information resource of choice for those on the hunt for a huge array of goods and services. But it's tough for any individual business to capture eyes amid the bewildering quantity of options facing consumers as they surf the web and try to find ways to make something like water, for example, part of their home or working lives.

That's why we started the WaterShapes Professional Network -- a place consumers are using to get basic information about pool. pond and fountain designers and builders before they start making direct phone calls to arrange for site visits and bids. It's a new way of making initial contacts and getting in the game.
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

         February 6, 2019                                                                                                                                                                           www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
Digging Deep
The project started with all the stress of figuring out how to satisfy regulators angered by the homeowner's previous attempts to beautify a protected streambed.  Colleen Holmes saved the day by jumping through countless hoops -- then left her client with a lovely, hard-won haven. [more]

EASTERN INSIGHT

Everyday Serenity

This amazing structure sits just off the route toward a more prominent tourist attraction, notes Victoria Lautman in the last of her series of articles on India's stepwells.  But as is true of so many of these marvels, Peena Mann ka Kund is more than worth a detour off a well-beaten path.    [more] 

FEATURE ARTICLE

Easing Transitions  
It's always fun working with clients who know what they want but don't think they can have it, writes Shane LeBlanc.  And that's particularly true when they're great collaborators who've already taken steps to set the tone and prepare the space for a crowning aquatic touch.    [more]
ESSENTIAL

Senses of Direction 

Martha and Randy Beard have achieved watershaping success by executing sophisticated design programs for a variety of high-end architects and landscape architects in southern California.  Here's another in their series of articles about these collaborations -- in this case a look at their work with architect David Tardiff, a cutting-edge designer of homes and spaces for affluent customers who demand beauty and excitement in their surroundings.

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in February 2004, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TRAVELOGUE

Refreshing the Supply
In 2008, the Orange County Water District unveiled its Groundwater Replenishment System, a treatment and reuse facility dedicated to resupplying a California county's beleaguered groundwater reserves.  Eric Herman toured the completed facility -- and you can, too!    [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Unusual Blowback
A recent blog about his WaterShapes-related New Year's Resolution drew an unusual quantity of reader comments, reports Jim McCloskey.  Some volunteered to help; others just hated the idea.  But there was also a third sort of response -- a set of observations that made his day. [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Party Animals Dept.:  Raccoons know a good thing when they see it, taking advantage of cool, clear water.   
I'm convinced this happens in my pool every other night!
 
Partying Fool Dept.:  Man fined $575 for stripping down and 'baptizing' himself in a famed Roman basin.   [more]
I have to ask:  What did Trevi Fountain do to deserve this?

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Finding Ways
      
In 2004, Brian Van Bower opened up in his Aqua Culture column with observations about the direction of the watershaping industry.  Are his observations as relevant now as they were back then?   [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
CMP Debuts Powerclean Salt Chlorinator 
 
CMP (Newnan, GA) has introduced Powerclean Salt Ultra, a chlorinator that uses common salt to produce pure chlorine for use in sanitizing pool water. Designed for durability, affordability and serviceability, the compact units feature clear housings that make it easy to see when it's time to clean the cells, which remove easily for cleansing without acid. For details, clichere.  
 
Fountain People Offers New Scuppers

Fountain People (San Marcos, TX) has introduced Mediterranean-style scuppers for use on pools and other waterfeatures. Based on forms found in ancient fountains, the units feature a dark-bronze finish with green highlights that accent the decorative surface etching. They also have 1.5-inch plumbing connections and project out more than five inches. For details, click here.
WPN UPDATE


Are You Ready
for the Spring?
 
The 2019 season is about to get into full swing -- definitely an opportune time to make certain that strong messages about what you do are found where homeowners and commercial clients will see them.

One great way to spread the word is through the WaterShapes Professional Network, where increasing numbers of web searchers find information and support that helps them make decisions about who to work with in adding water --and everything that can come with it -- to their home and/or business environments. 
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

         January 23, 2019                                                                                                                                                                           www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
A Healing Art
Healing gardens are now playing important roles for healthcare facilities of all descriptions, note J. Wickham Zimmerman and Chris Roy. Here's a look at a particularly prominent example of the genre -- complete with a tricky site, an elaborate sculpture and 15 watershapes.   [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE

The Evocative Mirror

Called in to rescue a troubled project, Jeromey Nauglefigured out what the client really wanted in no time at all -- then had to cope with starts, stops and delays while delivering all of the features the homeowner craved to complete an impressively reflective backyard.   [more] 

TRAVELOGUE

An All-Comers Fountain  
The Old Town District of Portland, Ore., boasts a 19th-century fountain with an odd functional twist -- and enough charm that it stopped Jim McCloskey in his tracks.  It's a classic in an interesting part of town, so do plan on spending time in its vicinity on your next visit.    [more]
ESSENTIAL

Soothing Sounds 

The sound of water moving through the landscape adds something special to any backyard, offering a powerful aesthetic component to even the simplest of designs.  These auditory enhancements evoke strong images, emotions and associations even from casual or occasional observers, notes landscape designer and watershaper Rick Anderson, who suggests that the 'aural factor' should be considered from the very beginning of the design phase. 

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in June 1999, has been digitized for all readers.  Click hereto see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TECHNICAL BRIEFING

Retaining Wall ABCs
Before retaining walls can be aesthetic triumphs, they require a foundation of technical excellence.  The key to complete, balanced, enduring success, writes Bruce Zaretsky, is a systematic approach that encompasses a wide range of fundamental site-specific factors.   [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

A Beautiful Partnership
A televised news story about an innovative alliance that reopened a school pool in East Boston has been much on Jim McCloskey's mind since he first watched it last fall.  He shares it now because it offers a creative, collaborative message of hope as the New Year begins.    [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Postal Display Dept.:  New York City's historic Bethesda Fountain appears on a new expedited-mail stamp.  
At $25.50, it's the most expensive peel-and-stick ever.
 
Uncharitable Thoughts Dept.:  City of Rome threatens to keep coins thrown into Trevi Fountain for itself.   [more]
It was a bad idea -- and a key figure eventually agreed.

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
In Service of Trees
      
Back in 2009, Bruce Zaretsky wrote with uncommon urgency about the way trees are often treated on job sites and used his column to advise watershape and landscape professionals to mend their ways.    [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
Hayward Introduces Pleated-Element D.E Filters 
 
Hayward Pool Products (Elizabeth, NJ) has launched the DEP 500 series of pleated-element diatomaceous-earth filters. Designed to trap more dirt with less maintenance, the units combine cartridge technology with the superior water clarity and low head loss of D.E. filtration using elements that can be backwashed or quickly removed and rinsed. For details, clichere.  
 
Skimmer Lids Unveils the Hide System for Pool Decks

Skimmer Lids (Yatala, Queensland, Australia) has introduced the Hide skimmer lid for concrete swimming pools. Made of 316 stainless steel and offering a range of depths to accommodate various filler materials, the unit comes with a safety key, height adjusters and an edge-protection system that keeps surrounding material from chipping or breaking. For details, click here.
WPN UPDATE


The Hunt for
Excellence
 
When homeowners or facility managers start looking for watershapers to help them pursue their ambitions and dreams, where do they start? Some are fortunate enough to have business contacts or friends who can refer them to worthy professionals. But these days, many start their searching on the Internet -- a great but indiscriminate resource filled with blind alleys, dead ends and sometimes unreliable information.

That's where the WaterShapes Professional Network comes in: By offering a credible, unified web presence in which numerous watershapers convey uniformly formatted, comparable information in an easily navigated template, WPN gives consumers initial access to the marketplace in an easygoing environment that guides them through the earliest stages of a significant purchase decision.  
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

         January 9, 2019                                                                                                                                       www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
Up from the Ruins
After leaving us with a cliffhanger last month, Scott Christiefollows up here with information on the clients' surprise request and on the process of bringing the backyard into final form with -- in addition to the original pool and spa -- a new pond system and, oh yes, a crumbling ruin.   [more]

WHAT IS IT?

#32:  Umbrellas

If you want to add a charming touch to a project, writes Mike Farley in introducing this brief video, you need look no further than a classic shade provider -- easy to place, easy on the budget and, perhaps best of all, a timeless mood-setter and cue to complete outdoor relaxation.   [more] 

EASTERN INSIGHT

Hail the Queen  
India's ancient stepwells were about much more than providing their thirsty communities with water.  As Victoria Lautman discusses in the second of three articles on these structures, facilities including Rani ki Vav also served both men and women as multi-purpose gathering spots.  [more]
ESSENTIAL

Spheres of Influence 

During the past decade or so, fountains that feature rotating granite balls have become familiar in myriad settings, from theme parks to upscale backyards.  The trick of floating weighty rock spheres on thin sheets of water in rounded sockets is actually a simple one, says fountain expert Anne Gunn, but it's nonetheless an effect that is utterly fascinating to children and adults who enjoy moving hugely heavy objects with the slightest of touches.  

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in January 2006, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TRAVELOGUE

The New American Garden
The gardens of James van Sweden have influenced an entire generation of landscape architects and designers.  Few are more influential than the Great Basin at the Chicago Botanic Garden:  It's well worth a lingering visit the next time you find yourself in the Windy City.    [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Hello, 2019!
In his first blog of this brand-new year, Jim McCloskey is announcing his intention to devote more and more space to a certain type of editorial and product content in upcoming editions of this newsletter.  While on the subject, he also has an important, related favor to ask of all of you.  [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Dazzling Display Dept.:  These portraits of exotic fish treat us to a seldom-seen world of amazing beauty.    
For all that, these guys relentlessly fight among themselves.
 
Higher Art Dept.:  Photographer Milan Radisics captures images of water as you've probably never seen it.   [more]
There's exceptional beauty even on our troubled planet.

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Hard Choices
      
Early in 2004, Stephanie Rose wrote passionately in her column about the effective use of rocks in landscapes and gardens.  Do you think you know why she assigned so much importance to these materials?    [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
Fire & Water Bowls from Grand Effects
 
Grand Effects (Rancho Santa Margarita, CA) offers 360° Fire & Water Bowls for outdoor living spaces. The products combine fire and water effects and come in a variety of sizes, shapes and finishes with certified burner assemblies for natural gas or propane operation. They generate 60,000 to 80,000 Btus per hour with 30 to 50 gpm water flows. For details, clichere.  
 
Daldorado Launches Pool-Grate Support System

Daldorado (Naples, FL) has introduced the DalLUX stone and tile grate-support system for use on straight, parallel pools. The system features 12-inch-wide supports and mitered corners to which cut-to-size stone or tile pieces are attached using a supplied adhesive and spacer lugs. The resulting grates have load capacities in excess of 5,000 pounds. For details, click here.
WPN UPDATE


Expanding
Influence
 
The rationale for banding together in a web network is simple:  By creating a mass of companies -- every single one of them with its own Internet presence and all of them effectively aligned to one another by virtue of reciprocal links with the hosting site -- an entity such as the WaterShapes Professional Network makes every participant seem larger and inherently more interesting to search engines.  This leads to more exposure, more leads, more clicks, more prospective clients.
To see what this kind of community looks like, have a look by clicking below.  
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 

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