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

        September 19, 2018                                                                                                                                                                         www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
The Perfect Perch

The homeowner saw his backyard as an incurable disaster, but Shane LeBlanc found great potential on its open slope -- as well as a golden opportunity to test out some unique design concepts he figured he could use in transforming the unadorned space into something truly spectacular.   [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE

Dressed for Success

Set deep in the mountains of South Korea, this golf course is a monumental achievement in land contouring and water management.  In his concluding article about this enormous undertaking, Ken Alperstein covers what it took to go from compacted rubble to water-laced dreamscape.  [more] 

TRAVELOGUE

Looping Petals  
It's a beautiful sculpture mirrored by a grand reflecting pool, writes Jim McCloskey, proud of the fact that his daughter had a role in making it possible.  If you want to see it -- and the paintings by Georgia O'Keeffe that inspired it -- you'll need to get yourself to the Bronx sometime soon!   [more] 
ESSENTIAL

Subterranean Energy 

Although heating water by using energy found beneath the earth's surface is far from a new idea, watershape designer/builder Douglas Cook reports that only recently has this geothermal bounty become available for use with pools and spas.   Here, he offers a primer on this emerging technology, discussing ways in which the benefits of a fully renewable energy supply are starting to turn clients' heads  -- and transform the way watershapes are heated or cooled. 
This article, originally published in WaterShapes in February 2010, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TECHNICAL BRIEFING

Expansive Errors
If there's one big mistake on a pool/spa installation, writes Scott Cohen, correcting the situation can be painful.  But if there are seven major errors -- as there were in the ill-fated project discussed here -- you can bet the pain will also include close encounters with attorneys.    [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Unruly Times
 
For Jim McCloskey, the summer of 2018 featured way too many stories about people doing really dumb things around watershapes.  Here's a sampling of what's been happening -- and some thoughts on the threat these incidents pose to the enjoyment of significant public resources.  [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Permanent Wave Dept.:   Kelly Slater's artificial breakers are shaking up the world of competitive surfing. 
Here's a deep paddle into a truly transformative technology.
 
No Thanks Dept.:  Norwegians clamber up a diving tower to outdo one another with amazing bellyflops.   [more]
Nobody really goes for it, but it's still highly cringe-inducing.

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
On a Wire
      
The Internet has been with us for some time, observes Brian Van Bower -- but that doesn't mean that everyone was fully on board (or satisfied) when he wrote this evaluation of the state of the art in September 2008.   [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
Little Giant Introduces Pool-Cover Pumps
          
 
Little Giant (Oklahoma City, OK) makes pool-cover pumps that prevent the accumulation of rainwater or melted snow. They attach to standard garden hoses for easy water removal; are equipped with a removable intake screen for easy cleaning; and clear 1,700 gallons per hour with a 1/3-horsepower pump. Manual and automatic versions are available. For details, click here.  
 
Basecrete Launches Crack-Repair System

Basecrete Technologies (Sarasota, FL) offers SlabStitch for the repair of concrete cracks. Designed to transfer load and stress away from the fracture while producing tensile strength across the crack for a permanent structural solution, the system includes anchor wedges, concrete-repair mortar and mesh to seal the crack and prevent water penetration. For details, click here.
 
WPN UPDATE


Are You Truly
Prepared for 2019?
 
If there's one thing we've all learned in the past 30-odd years, it's that the decision to purchase a watershape of any kind is a process that most often takes years from initial idea to installation.  
 
That's why a web forum like the WaterShapes Professional Network is so important:  It gives homeowners and decision-makers an easy, anonymous way to gather early, basic information before reaching out to make direct contact with professionals whose work they admire.   Click here to check it out -- and get ready for your future!
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

        September 5, 2018                                                                                                                                                                         www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
Room Additions

The clients wanted to add a pool to the existing features of their large backyard.  Kurt Kraisinger was happy to oblige, but he had a grander vision for reorganizing their entire space around a core fire feature and had to figure out a way to persuade them to come along for the ride.    [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE

Augmenting Reality

Asked to beautify an unlovely, long-duration mess caused by a natural, spring-fed stream, Steve Sandalis knew from experience that working directly with Mother Nature is serious business.  That's why he took a big step back and let the setting guide his efforts -- and his schedule.  [more] 

NEPTUNE POOL RENEWAL

Interior Splendor  
Wrapping up his discussion of the restoration of the Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle, Matthew Reynolds covers the painstaking process of resurfacing the shell with new marble as an exact replica of the original and making ready for the reintroduction of 350,000 gallons of water.  [more] 

ESSENTIAL

Straight and Narrow 

The Pacific coast of northern Costa Rica is lined with white sand beaches and dense vegetation -- beautiful surroundings that watershaper Joan Roca has long used to inspire his work.  Here, he takes us to visit one of his most recent projects, this one for a commercial property with requirements that called on him to find different ways of expressing himself and draw on the character of the surroundings while using only the simplest possible forms.

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in March 2010, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TRAVELOGUE

A Recipe for Jambalaya
Once the site of an abandoned sewage plant, Jambalaya Park in Gonzalez, La., merits a visit if you're in the area.  It stands as testimony to just how ambitious a renovation project can be -- and, writes Les Ewen, how tangled the path to success can sometimes become.    [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Valued and Valuable
 
Pools are fixed objects in changing environments, notes Jim McCloskey, which is why, after some time spent pondering his own backyard, he comes away with praise for watershapers who take the time to inform their clients about what might be coming in their futures.   [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Why in the World Dept.: Tourist arrested for trying to do something stupid while visiting Trevi Fountain.   [more] 
What is is about cultural treasures that inspires such idiocy?

Tale as Old as Time Dept.: Ancient swimming pool unearthed in the heart of Petra's marketplace.   [more]
Seems like people have been having good ideas forever.

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Proportional Response
      
Watershape designs can easily get out of hand, wrote Brian Van Bowerback in September 2003, but he hoped through this column to persuade watershapers to step back and avoid getting carried away.      [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
FX Luminaire's Compact Underwater Lights
          
 
FX Luminaire (San Diego, CA) produces Model LP, the company's smallest submersible LED lighting fixture. Designed for compact spaces, the low-voltage fixtures are made of die-cast natural brass for durability, include support bases and come with three color filters as well as a range of available lead lengths. They also have tamper-resisting features. For details, click here.  
 
CAT 6000 Controller from Hayward

Hayward Pool Products (Elizabeth, NJ) now offers the CAT 6000 water-chemistry controller. Featuring a full-color touch screen, the unit guides the operator through programming, generates multiple reports and has a sensing technology that allows for truly precise measurement and control of free chlorine, pH, temperature and conductivity. For details, click here.
 
WPN UPDATE


Want Traffic 
on Your Site?
 
Many watershapers have, through the years, invested heavily in building their own beautiful web sites, then wondered why prospective clients haven't been beating paths to their doors.  The hold-up?  It's a simple fact that building a strong web presence as a stand-alone site is a tough row to hoe -- and that's precisely why we started the WaterShapes Professional Network.

By building a collective presence in which dozens and, eventually,  hundreds of sites participate as an interlinked colossus, WPN becomes a group entity that search engines can't overlook.  So if it's a strong (or stronger) web presence you're after, check it out. 
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

        August 22, 2018                                                                                                                                                                               www.watershapes.com  
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
On the Waterfront

When the homeowner suddenly (and completely) changed his mind about this project's direction, it was easy to slide into a new groove, says Andrew Kaner, simply because the fresh start offered so many opportunities to transform the pool, deck and views from so-so to spectacular.    [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE

Moving a Mountain

Building this golf course wasn't a subtle process, notes Ken Alperstein.  As he discusses in the first of a pair of articles on the project, they started by knocking over a South Korean mountain, then, after extensive contouring, began working on two heavily regulated water systems.  [more] 

TRAVELOGUE

By the Books  
Los Angeles boasts a multitude of distinctive waterfeatures you should see when you visit.  But only a handful of them, writes Jim McCloskey, can be traced to the legendary landscape architect Lawrence Halprin -- including the Maguire Gardens adjacent to the Central Library.  [more] 

ESSENTIAL

Improving Your Moves 

Building pools and other watershapes to reduce their energy or chemical usage while also taking advantage of rainwater or recycled construction materials isn't rocket science, notes watershaper Jamie Ori.  But it does require thinking differently about the fundamental nature of watershapes as they relate to environment -- and even more so, about how you approach clients when it comes to addressing their increasingly 'green' inclinations.

This article, originally published in WaterShapes in October 2009, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TECHNICAL BRIEFING

Subtracting a Deck
If a client asks you to get rid of an old deck all the way up to the coping without adding a new deck, you should think things through before taking the job.  If you don't, advises Scott Cohen, things can go very wrong  -- and you might be on the hook for a substantial shell-repair bill.   [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Hurtful Impulses
 
It's both depressing and discouraging, writes Jim McCloskey, to see news stories about intolerance.  It's even worse, he adds, when it's related to the use of swimming pools that serve so wonderfully in bringing people together in the common cause of having fun.   [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Fun Is Where You Find It Dept.:   Torrential rainfall turns a Swedish subway station into a huge pop-up pool.    
The water quality was probably scary, but what the heck?
 
Going Too Far Dept.:  Soap turns San Francisco's strangest fountain into a sudsy (and costly) mess.   [more]
Nobody should ever do this, but it's pretty spectacular.
 
 

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Stone Stepping
      
In designing spaces, wrote Bruce Zaretsky in August 2008, he thinks about the way people will move around in them with particular care when it comes to what he sees as an often-overlooked feature.     [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
The Muse Collection from Oceanside Glasstile
         
 
Oceanside Glasstile (Carlsbad, CA) has introduced the Muse line of mosaic glass tile. Available in three sizes -- 7/8-inch square, 1-3/8 inch square and 7/8 by 1-3/8 inches -- the material is available in 19 unique patterns as well as in custom blends and gradients. The line also includes a variety of trim pieces for clean, consistent, finished looks. For details, click here.  
 
Speck Debuts the Badu Block Multi Pump

Speck Pumps (Jacksonville, FL) has introduced Badu Block Multi, a pump for commercial pools, fountains and waterfeatures. Designed for easy installation, operation and service, the unit stacks the pump, motor, and strainer housing vertically -- a compact footprint ideal for crowded equipment rooms. It's available in 7.5-, 10-, 15- and 20-horsepower models. For details, clichere and scroll down.
 
WPN UPDATE


Are You 
in the Game?
 
These days, the Internet is the information resource of choice for consumers chasing a huge array of goods and services.  But it's tough for an individual business to capture eyes amid the bewildering quantity of options facing these prospects as they try to find ways to make something like water 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 contact 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

        August 8, 2018                                                                                                                                                                               www.watershapes.com  

FEATURE ARTICLE

Changing Spaces

Taking a chance with someone who wasn't yet his client, Skip Phillips sketched up an alternative to a proposed pool renovation and ended up completely transforming a large backyard space.  It was suddenly a major project -- and then came a long list of efficiency-oriented details!   [more] 
FEATURE ARTICLE
   
Healing Ways

Through the years, Bruce Zaretsky has designed enough healing gardens that he knows just how comforting they can be for patients, caregivers and loved ones.  But they only work, he notes, when designers keep some basic principles and several user-specific design factors in mind.  [more]

NEPTUNE POOL RENEWAL

Beneath the Shell  
It's been an honor to restore the Neptune Pool at Hearst Castle, writes Matthew Reynolds.  But working under its shell posed multiple challenges, from cramped spaces and hard-to-track piping runs to the constant awareness they were tinkering with a precious cultural treasure.  [more] 

ESSENTIAL

The Art of the Rectangle 

The pool and spa are simple in shape, says builder David Tisherman, but the project was anything but:  Built on a wildly unstable Southern California hillside and intertwined with extensive remodeling of the clients' home, the serene finished product contrasts starkly with tales of change orders and complicated decision-making processes -- not to mention a desire on the part of client and designer to strive for nothing but the best.
This article, originally published in WaterShapes in August 2000, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TRAVELOGUE

Thoughts for the Eyes
Balances of plant and stone, layered views, controlled perspectives, carefully plotted footpaths and artful water:  All these, writes Douglas Roth, come together in Japanese gardens -- and particularly at Kyoto's Katsura Rikyu, which you should definitely see on any trip to Japan.  [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Merited Attention
 
An unexpectedly large flurry of recent media features on the beauty, splendor and significance of swimming pools set Jim McCloskey to conjecturing about factors behind the uptick.  It's all good news, he thinks, but he suspects it's a story that will keep unfolding for years to come.   [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Just Amazing Dept.:   Have you seen the 350-foot-tall waterfall on the side of this building in China?   
It runs infrequently, but when flowing it puts on quite a show.
 
To Be Young Dept.:  Boys imitate their mother's dive into a pool, and the resulting video just had to go viral.    [more]
The first kid does OK, but baby brother?  He's another story.

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC
 
Neat and Clean
      
Always a stickler for details, Brian Van Bower used his Aqua Culture column in August 2003 to define what he considered to be a crucial and very public measure of a watershaper's professionalism.  [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
Pentair Adds Variable-Speed Pump with Flow Control
         
 
Pentair Aquatic Systems (Sanford, NC) has introduced an IntelliFlo variable-speed pump that also provides precise flow control for increased efficiency, savings and performance. The dual-technology design ensures that the desired flow rate is maintained, no matter the conditions. It also has a rotatable keypad, eight speed settings and a built-in timer. For details, click here.  
 
Copper Spas and Hot Tubs from Diamond Spas

Diamond Spas (Broomfield, CO) offers custom spas and hot tubs made from copper, a material known for durability in both indoor and outdoor applications. Available with earthy dark and medium-brown colors, the vessels can come in any size or shape with unique seating arrangements, step entries and jet and LED lighting placements. For details, clichere.
 
WPN UPDATE


Ready to Make
First Contact?

These days, the Internet is the information resource of choice for those looking for goods and services.  But it's tough for individual businesses to capture attention and interest amid the bewildering array of options facing consumers as they try to find ways to make water 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

        July 25, 2018                                                                                                                                               www.watershapes.com  

FEATURE ARTICLE/May 2008

Eastern Eclectic

More than five years in the making, the project profiled here asked Ben Dozier to explore the limits of his creativity.  The result is a set of garden rooms that draw on French and Asian styles, extensive plantings and numerous decorative elements.  And then, of course, there's the water.  [more] 
FEATURE ARTICLE/August 2006
   
Graceful Cascades

Steve Sandalis is systematic in his approach to developing naturalistic watershapes -- a good thing in this project, where a thousand tons of stone, hundreds of feet of liner and countless plants came together as a setting so romantic that its owner changed how he planned to use it.  [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE/October 2004

Living Art  
The process of creating watershapes and landscapes is more than an exercise in aesthetics, say Philip di Giacomoand Mark Holden.  The mission, they assert, is to conjure overt and subliminal perceptions in the hearts and minds of those who move through the spaces they establish.  [more]

ESSENTIAL/October 2009

Healthful Waters 

When fountain designer/engineer Aviram Müller considers a future he believes will be dominated by environmental consciousness, he's elated to contemplate the role watershapers will play in efficiently using water and energy in architectural and landscape settings.  It's a delight he shares here by outlining a new reality in which watershapes are seamlessly integrated into built environments where conservation is a driving, necessary priority. 
This article, originally published in WaterShapes in October 2009, has been digitized for all readers.  Click here to see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TRAVELOGUE/February 8, 2012

Simply Fascinating
Every time he visits Las Vegas, Jim McCloskey makes a point of visiting the Strip.  It's not to gamble, he says: Instead, he's indulging his profound willingness to be momentarily transported and happily entertained by the spectacular fountain out front of the Bellagio.  [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

Hidden Treasures
 
Still laid low by an aching back, Jim McCloskey returns to the WaterShapes archives once again, this time calling your attention to a set of articles that didn't draw as many clicks and views as they should have -- a situation he seeks to remedy here with a bit of well-deserved exposure.   [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


Swimming with Pablo Dept.:   Spanish pool comes complete with a floor painted by Picasso.    
Willowy shape of a dancer up for auction with a big home.
 
Bobbing on Wheels Dept.:  French artist converts an old RV into a cheeky 'road-ready' swimming pool.    [more]
Watch the video -- and please don't try this at home!
 
 

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC/January 25, 2017
 
Delicate Dynamics
      
In 2002, David Tisherman shared his approach to turning monotonous spillways into unique visual and aural design elements. In doing so, he started something of a revolution that's still flowing strong today.  [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
Unblockable Drain from A&A Manufacturing
        
 
A&A Manufacturing (Phoenix, AZ) offers the AVSC drain for pools, spas and waterfeatures. Designed for high efficiency and rapid clearance of even heavy debris, the easily installed units are classified as unblockable. Their lids fit flush to the floor and can be topped with various interior-finish materials to blend them into their surroundings. For details, click here.  
 
Adjustable LED Fixtures from AquaStar

AquaStar Pool Products (Ventura, CA) offers LED pool fixtures in which the angle of the light beam can be adjusted by up to 20 degrees with a simple key. Designed to reduce surface glare and for enhanced illumination of deeper pools, the fixtures are made with UV-resistant plastic and have long-lasting, easily replaced LEDs that save on energy costs. For details, clichere.
 
WPN UPDATE


Do You Want to 
Build Web Traffic?
 
Through the years, watershapers have invested extensively in building beautiful web sites -- but for the most part have been unable to figure out how to help prospective clients find them amid the chaos of the Internet.  Why so?  It's because building a strong web presence as a stand-alone site is a tough way to go -- and that's precisely why we started the WaterShapes Professional Network.
     
By building a collective presence in which dozens and, eventually, hundreds of sites participate as an interlinked colossus, we become a group entity the search engines can't overlook.  So if it's a strong (or stronger) web presence you're after, check it out.
 
The Network is working just the way we'd hoped:  Time to click aboard? 
 
 
 
 
 
 
THE ESSENTIAL E-NEWSLETTER FOR WATERSHAPE DESIGNERS, ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS

        July 11, 2018                                                                                                                                                                                 www.watershapes.com  

FEATURE ARTICLE/November 2002

Water in Transit

Teaching others about vanishing edges is something Skip Phillips has been doing for years.  He knows from experience that each setting is different, but he also knows that great results flow when you approach these projects with a standard set of questions in mind.    [more] 
FEATURE ARTICLE/November 2004
   
Natural Patterns

Eamonn Hughes' watershapes in the Pacific Northwest are among the most beautiful found anywhere in the world.  Here, he shares several past projects, using them to define what it takes to achieve believable, naturalistic results with waterfalls, cascades, streams and ponds.  [more]

FEATURE ARTICLE/September 2006

Riding a Golden Wave  
Completing this project for Disney's California Adventure presented Dave Wooten with huge technical challenges in crafting the artificial ocean wave that serves as the park's symbolic core.  Here, he describes what it takes to push beyond the perceived limits of watersahpe design.  [more] 

ESSENTIAL/April 2008

The Sublest Flows 

In his work as a landscape artist and custom watershaper, Robert Nonemaker often uses rills -- small channels that simply and gracefully move water from one place to another -- to bring interesting rhythms and harmonies to his garden spaces.  Although these features tend to be less than assertive, he notes, the way water moves through their narrow slots can do wonders when it comes to adding depth and detail to watershape designs. 
This article, originally published in WaterShapes in April 2008, has been digitized for all readers.  Click hereto see the full text and enlarge the images to study them in detail.

TECHNICAL BRIEFING/April 2004

Jet Setting
Whether a spa is concrete or portable, sound hydraulics are required if the jets are to give clients the massaging action they crave.  But watershapers who work in concrete are at a disadvantage, observes Steve Gutai, and must step up if their spas are to compare favorably.   [more]

WATERSHAPES WORLD

A Special Look Back

Hobbled by a radical bout of back pain, Jim McCloskeyvisited the archives to call your attention to a fascinating collection of past articles that share the distinction of having generated some of the highest-ever click counts on the WaterShapes web site.   [more]
WE BROWSE SO YOU DON'T HAVE TO . . .


The Rill is Gone Dept.:   Clods with cellphones force officials to obliterate a $1.5 million waterfeature.    
Distracted by their screens, they kept tripping on this slot.
 
Powers of Observation Dept.:  Popular Science offers a guide to help us identify people at risk of drowning.   [more]
It's harder to spot those in trouble than you might think!

WATERSHAPES CLASSIC/September 21, 2016
 
Creative Genus
      
Back in 2006, Stephanie Rose wrote in Natural Companions about a plant near and dear to her heart -- and made a suggestion that offered designers an easy opportunity to broaden their horizons.  [more] 
THE SHOPPING CART
 
Hayward Introduces ColorLogic Laminars
        
 
Hayward Pool Products (Elizabeth, NJ) now offers ColorLogic Laminars, jets that send clear, glass-like rods of arcing water from deck to pool. When matched with the company's lighting system, the units feature 10 solid colors or seven color-changing light shows. They also have a height-adjustment mechanism for perfect deck-level alignment.  For details, click here.  
 
Trench Grates from Iron Age Designs

Iron Age Designs (Burien, WA) offers ornamental cast-metal trench grates made with recycled iron or in aluminum or yellow brass. Provided in standard lengths of 24 inches, they are also available in 12- and 16-inch formats and can be designed to fit any manufacturer's trench system -- with right-angle corners available for all grate styles. For details, clichere.
WPN UPDATE


Are You Ready to
Make Connections?
 
These days, the Internet is the information resource of choice for those looking for goods and services.  But it's tough for an individual business to capture eyes amid the bewildering array of options facing consumers as they try to find ways to make water 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? 
 
 
 
 
 

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