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http://ymlp329.net/zL8Pkm ——————————————————————————– February 10, 2013 Week In Review…

Week In Review For February 4, 2013 to February 8, 2013 Canadian Technical Penny Stocks To Watch This Week:

* Labrador Iron Mines Holdings Ltd. (TSX:LIM) * Avalon Ventures Ltd. (TSX:AVL) * Pulse Data Inc. (TSX:PSD) U.S. Technical Penny Stocks To Watch This Week:

* Support Soft Inc. (NASDAQ:SPRT) * Artek Exploration Ltd. (AMEX:RTK) Spotlight Companies Mentioned This Week:

* Terra Tech Corp. (OTCBB:TRTC) This week on AllPennyStocks.com:

* Article Published, February 4, 2013: Tembec Shares Slide on Net Losses for Fiscal First Quarter (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_ca/special-reports/327/Tembec-Shares-Slide-on-Net-Losses-for-Fiscal-First-Quarter.htm) (CDN Company) * Article Published, February 5, 2013: Bond Laboratories Launches New Weight Loss Product to Supplement Growing Revenue Stream (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/special-reports/331/Bond-Laboratories-Launches-New-Weight-Loss-Product-to-Supplement-Growing-Revenue-Stream.htm) (U.S. Company) * Article Published, February 6, 2013: EMC Metals Shares Soar on Lawsuit Settlement (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_ca/special-reports/328/EMC-Metals-Shares-Soar-on-Lawsuit-Settlement.htm) (CDN Company) * Article Published, February 8, 2013: AMR Corporation Shows that Not All Bankruptcy Plays are Bad (http://www.allpennystocks.com/aps_us/special-reports/332/AMR-Corporation-Shows-that-Not-All-Bankruptcy-Plays-are-Bad.htm) (U.S. Company) Video charts for the week:

* February 6th Technical Video Chart For SPRT. The Support.com chart has been caught in a channel between $4 and $4.50 for several months.

The chart has slipped back down towards the lower side of the channel now, which will have technical traders watching closely for possible entry points at support. view:

( http://www.youtube.com/user/AllPennyStocks#p/a/u/1/hzTgTubZpIQ ).

* February 6th Technical Video Chart For RMC:CA. The Avalon Ventures chart is trying to make a move off a strong support at $1.20. The stock has been channeling between $1.20 and $1.60 with two moves to the upper resistance in the past three months, putting it on radar for another climb. view:

( http://www.youtube.com/user/AllPennyStocks#p/a/u/1/BZWPtNmUE8Q ).

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WEEKLY UPDATE -STOCKS CAUTIOUS TO BREAK THROUGH TO NEW HIGHS, ECONOMIC DATA CHALLENGES CANADIAN EQUITIES Stocks in the United States closed well above lows for the week, although the Dow Jones Industrial average notched its first weekly decline in the past six weeks as it struggles with a key technical and psychological resistance at 14,000. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq indices posted their sixth straight weekly advance. This is the first time in 42 years that the S&P 500 has started the year with six consecutive green weeks. The broad blue chip index sits at its highest level since November 2007. Equities of all types have benefited from investors pouring cash into the markets. Data from Lipper shows that $4.1 billion in new money has hit stock mutual funds since January 1.

Canadian equities, which often times trade in tandem with US stocks, were also mixed as they faced substantial headwinds from economic data showing a weakening housing market and far less-than-expected jobs situation during the month of January. While the smaller Venture exchange lost ground again, the TSX Composite did manage to overcome the economic information to post a modest gain for the week. For more details, read the economic data highlights below.

The week started rough across the board with Wall Street suffering its biggest one-day loss so far in 2013 as European concerns re-surfaced, primarily in Italy and Spain. Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is facing calls for his resignation amid a corruption scandal with evidence being presented that Rajoy and other leading members of the Popular Party accepted payments from secret funds over the course of about 18 years to 2008. Nearly 1 million people have called for Rajoy to step-down, but that debate is far from over.

In Italy, former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is gaining ground in polls ahead of Italian elections in less than two weeks. Berlusconi has been known to make lavish promises in his campaigns for things such as tax refunds, which has economists questioning if the country will stay the current course of reform for its embattled economy should Berlusconi be voted to govern again.

Aside from the political uncertainty in Europe that cause markets to waver early in the week, other news from overseas provided optimism for the markets. Data from China showed that its services sector expanded for the fourth straight month in January. The country`s non-manufacturing index rose to 56.2 in January from 56.1 in December (readings over 50 signal expansion) to follow the prior Friday`s report that the manufacturing sector of China expanded in January as well. Further positive data from China was delivered on Friday which showed that both exports and imports in the world`s second biggest economy surged in January. Topping economist predictions on all accounts, exports rose 25 percent while imports jumped 28.8 percent compared to January 2012, resulting in a trade surplus of $29.2 billion for the leading country.

Further north, Germany, the biggest economy in the euro zone, continued to be the outlier for the struggling region with seasonally adjusted factory orders reportedly rising 0.8 percent in December from November, topping economist predictions. Further, Markit`s Eurozone Composite PMI, which measures business activity across thousands of EU companies, climbed to a 10-month high in January, showing that the region is seeing a mild recovery from the sovereign debt crisis that plunged the euro zone into a recession in 2012. On the downside, France, the second largest economy in the 17-nation European group, saw its PMI fall to its lowest level since last June, a sign that the country still doesn`t have its legs under it. Even Spain and Italy with all their financial and political drama, recorded higher PMI readings during January.

Also helping to goose the markets on Friday in conjunction with the Chinese trade data that suggested the country is starting to gain steam again was news that European Union leaders reached an agreement on a seven-year budget plan. Little details were provided from the 24-hour long negotiations, but it is an optimistic sign that a budget plan has been agreed upon to help stabilize investor`s shaky confidence about the future of the EU.

It was also another week of earnings reports pouring in from companies that continue to generally outpace analyst predictions. Next week will be much of the same as the earnings season starts to wind towards a close now that about 68 percent of the S&P 500 companies have reported. Of those 341 companies, roughly 255 have topped Wall Street predictions for the fourth quarter. Economic data will be relatively thin, so earnings and news from Europe will be at the forefront of investors attention as the Dow looks to take another crack at holding over 14,000 and the S&P 500 looks to chip-away at the 58.16 points that are between it and all-time highs.

The US dollar and the Canadian dollar continued the pattern of seesawing back and forth this past week. For the third time in as many weeks, the two changed places on parity, with the Canadian dollar, or loonie as it`s nicknamed for the aquatic bird on the $1 coin, weakening below parity on an unforeseen drop in employment during the month of January and softening housing market. Conflict in the euro zone also helped to broadly strengthen the greenback against most world counterparts. The ICE dollar index, which measures the USD against a basket of six major currencies, rose in four out of five trading days this past week to advance for the first time in three weeks, gaining 1.42 percent. On the week, Canada`s dollar declined 0.56%, or $0.00557, against the greenback, meaning next week will begin with one Canadian dollar buying US$0.99763.

Commodity Snapshot:

* Gold futures were flat by the end of the week after a week-long battle with a strengthening US dollar, although some analysts predicted that gold demand will be increasing after the Chinese New Year on February 10. Gold is also struggling to break through $1,680 (much less $1,700) per ounce as the six-week rise in equities has pulled investors away from the precious metal as a safe haven from inflation, given economic data that continues to leave an open-ended question as to how long monetary easing policies by the fed will continue. Ultimately, gold remaining rangebound and indecisive is keeping investors on the sideline in lieu of uptrending equities.

April contracts moved into the most actively traded during the past week, edging down by $3.70 per ounce, or 0.22%, to $1,666.90.

* Silver futures gave back part of the gains from the prior week largely because of a 55 cent drop in Thursday trading. Silver, as well as other metals were also a topic of conversation at the CME group, the biggest operator of US future exchanges, which said on Thursday that it is cutting initial margins on precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum as well as copper starting February 13.

Future exchanges will make these types of adjustments periodically as a defense strategy against participants defaulting because of changing market volatility. On the week, March contracts for silver were the most actively traded, losing 51.7 cents, or 1.62 percent, to $21.441 per ounce.

* Copper prices also stumbled this past week, despite encouraging economic data from China, the world`s largest copper consumer, that typically drives prices higher. The week started with the reddish metal hitting a nearly four-month high, but a followed with a broad slide in metals throughout the middle of the week as investors fretted over European growth outlook before the upbeat trade data from China helped limit the losses. As a region, Europe is the second largest consumer of copper, behind China. March contracts were the most actively traded on New York`s COMEX exchange during the week; shedding 2.5 cents, or 0.66%, to $3.7595 per pound.

* Oil prices pulled back from four-month highs last week, starting out on Monday with a sharp drop on a strong USD and news that Iran`s Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said he would consider resuming talks with world leaders regarding its nuclear initiatives. Any settlement of differences on that front would help put more Iranian oil on the market, stifling any concerns over future demand. WTI crude is also feeling some pressures of an overabundance of supply from the key delivery hub in Cushing, Oklahoma, also tempering any real concerns about future demand problems. On the week, March contracts for West Texas Intermediate crude were the most actively traded; fading by $2.05, or 2.10%, to $95.72 per barrel.

Equity Market Snapshot:

(All percentages on a weekly basis unless otherwise noted) * Major gold miners were mixed with bullion just treading water.

Yamana Gold (TSX:YRI, +0.67%), Goldcorp (TSX:G, +2.00%), Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX, +2.31%) and Newmont Mining (TSX:NMC, +3.45%) found some strength, but Kinross Gold (TSX:K, -1.45%) and Agnico-Eagle Mines (TSX:AEM, -1.15%) slipped lower.

* Major energy plays were a drag last week. Exxon Mobil (NYSE:XOM, -0.96%), Imperial Oil Ltd. (NYSE:IMO, -2.52%) and Canadian Natural Resources (NYSE:CNQ, -0.89%), Suncor Energy (NYSE:SU, -6.78%) and Cenovus Energy (NYSE:CVE, -3.20%) all drifted down, while Talisman Energy (NYSE:TLM, +1.03%) grew in value.

* Shares of diversified miner Teck Resources (TSX:TCK.B, -10.05%) fell to their lowest level in 11 weeks after reporting a sharp drop in fourth-quarter earnings as lower coal prices were not offset by higher copper sales, although the mining giant did beat expectations for adjusted profit. Teck said it earned C$145 million, or 25 cents per share, down from C$367 million, or $1.08 per share, in the fourth quarter of 2011. Adjusted earnings totaled 61 cents a share, down from $1.04 in Q4 2011, but ahead of analyst expectations of 48 cents per share. JP Morgan also lowered the company to “neutral” from “overweight.” * Shares of Suncor Energy, Canada`s largest energy company, took a lumping after the company reported a fourth-quarter net loss of $562 million, or 37 cents per share, compared with net earnings of $1.43 billion, or 91 cents per share, in the same period a year earlier.

Suncor took a $1.49 billion charge related to its Voyageur oilsands upgrader as the economics of building the project are pressured by a surge in cheaper oil being produced at record paces in the United States. Excluding the charge, Suncor reported earnings of 65 cents per share, short of analyst 76 cents per share expectations.

* The biggest of banks in the US were generally steady again.

Goldman Sachs Group (NYSE:GS, +1.13%), JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM, +1.63%) and Bank of America (NYSE:BAC, +0.43%) moved up, but Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE:WFC, -0.71%), Citigroup (NYSE:C, -0.79%) and UBS AG (NYSE:UBS, -4.21%) dropped lower. XLF (NYSE:XLF, -0.06%), the financials select sector SPDR that tracks the financial stocks in the S&P 500, finally closed a bit lower than the prior Friday for the first time in six weeks.

* UBS was hit particularly hard because it reported a $2.1 billion loss in the fourth quarter in the wake of lawsuits and restructuring surrounding its Libor funds scandal.

* Canada`s biggest banks didn`t see a lot of changes this past week.

The Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS, +0.10%), Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO, +0.60%) and Royal Bank of Canada (TSX:RY, +0.56%) edge up, while Toronto-Dominion Bank (TSX:TD, -0.18%), Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (TSX:CM, -0.92%), National Bank of Canada (TSX:NA, -0.99%) gave up a few points.

* Oracle Corp. (NASDAQ:ORCL, -3.60%) said that it will spend about $2 billion to acquire Acme Packet Inc. (NASDAQ:APKT, +23.61%), a provider of voice, video and data services over Internet Protocol networks.

* Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE:HLF, +2.22%) said that it was demanding a correction from the New York Post after the newspaper reported the Federal Trade Commission was investigating it. Herbalife has been hot-button recently with high-profile fund managers taking opposing views on whether or not the Company is what Bill Ackerman termed a “pyramid scheme.” * BlackBerry (TSX:BB, +26.90%), the company formerly known as Research in Motion, gained back some ground lost the week prior after reports surfaced that its new phone and operating system are doing well in initial sales in the United Kingdom and Canada. Blackberry called the Canadian launch its best ever. People in the US have to wait until March until the phones hit the shelves at retailers.

* Social game maker Zynga Inc. (NASDAQ:ZNGA, +28.95%) said that fourth quarter revenue was $311.17 million, just short of the $311.24 from the year prior quarter, but posted a big shift in net loss, which contracted to $48.56 million in the fourth quarter of 2012, versus $435.01 million in Q4 2011. Excluding items, Zynga earned 1 cent per share in the recent quarter, compared to 5 cents per share the year earlier, beating analysts expectations of an adjusted loss of 3 cents per share and revenue of $212.1 million.

* In some downgrade news, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE:WMT, +1.40%) was downgraded to neutral from overweight by JP Morgan; Chevron Corp.

(NYSE:CVX, -0.74%) was lowered to neutral from buy at UBS and Merck & Co. (NYSE:MRK, -1.55%) got lowered to underweight from equal weight at Morgan Stanley.

* Shares of Humana Inc. (NYSE:HUM, +7.96%) climbed for the fifth straight week after the health insurer beat analysts with earnings of $1.19 per share versus the $1.06 per share they expected.

* TMX Group Limited (TSX:TMX, +3.00%) shares advanced after the exchange operator posted a profit of $32.8 million, or 61 cents a share, in the final quarter of 2012 on revenue of $181.1 million.

Excluding items, earnings per share totaled 95 cents.

* The situation around Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners looking to take Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL, even) private hit some controversy this past week as Southeastern Asset Management, the largest independent shareholder of the company sent a letter to the Dell board (and the S.E.C.) voicing their extreme disapproval of the $24.4 billon offer by the CEO and founder. Southeastern said it will do everything it can, including, but not limited to a proxy war, to try and stop the transaction. Dell rival Hewlett-Packard Co. (NYSE:HPQ, +2.49%) didn`t miss a beat, stepping up to say that they will be targeting Dell customers during the process.

* Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG, +1.26%) chairman Eric Schmidt said in an SEC filing that he plans to sell up to $2.51 billion of his share in the company. At current prices, that means Schmidt would be selling almost half of the 7.6 million shares he owns.

* Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL, +5.32%) shares rose for the second straight week amid commentary from activist investor David Einhorn, whom said that the company needs to give some of the nearly $140 billion it has in cash back to shareholders in the form of preferred stock. Apple said it it considering ways to return some cash to its stakeholders.

* LinkedIn Corp. (NYSE:LNKD, +21.53%) has seen shares skyrocket more than 50 percent in the past three months to all-time highs. The latest lift came from an earnings report that destroyed analyst expectations. Fourth-quarter revenue was $303.6 million, up 81 percent from $167.7 million in the year prior quarter. Non-GAAP net income rose to $40.2 million, 35 cents per share, in the latest quarter from $13.3 million, or 12 cents per share, in the year earlier period. Analysts expected EPS of only 19 cents per share.

* Activision Blizzard Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI, +15.11%) topped estimates when it reported net revenue of $1.77 billion, a 25 percent increase from the $1.41 billion in the year prior quarter. Adjusted net revenues were a record high of $2.60 billion compared to $2.41 billion in Q4 2011. Excluding certain items, non-GAAP earnings were $891 million, or 78 cents per share, compared to $725 million, or 62 cents per share in the fourth quarter of 2011.

* AOL Inc. (NYSE:AOL, +9.62%) said that it posted its first signs of revenue growth in eight years during the fourth quarter. For the quarter, revenue totaled $599.5 million, an increase of 4 percent versus $577 million in the fourth quarter of 2011. Net income climbed to $35.7 million, or 41 cents per share, from $22.8 million, or 23 cents per share, in the year prior quarter. Analysts were expecting revenue of $573.7 million and earnings per share of 41 cents.

* Shares of Enteromedics Inc. (NASDAQ:ETRM, -56.25%) took a pounding after the company said that its clinical trials with an implanted medical device to combat obesity missed its primary goal of the study.

Weekly Indices Results:

The S&P TSX Composite Index started slow, but got its footings to make up some of the prior week`s losses; advancing 32.40 points, or 0.25%, to 12,801.23. The TSX Venture Exchange continues to struggle to get traction, slipping lower for the third time in four weeks by shedding 22.85 points, or 1.86%, to 1,205.81.

In the States, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lumbered along testing multi-year highs, but closed modestly lower; fading 16.82 points, or 0.12%, to 13,992.97. The much-broader S&P 500 was not to be denied its sixth straight up week; rising 4.76 points, or 0.31%, to close at 1,517.93. The tech-rich NASDAQ Composite matched the S&P`s winning streak; appreciating by 14.77 points, or 0.46%, to 3,193.87.

Canadian Economic Data:

* The latest Ivey PMI reading showed the purchasing activity in the nation during January increased more than expected. Seasonally adjusted, the index rose to 58.9 in January from 52.8 in December, topping economist predictions of a 53.6 mark and signaling a good economic start to the new year. Readings above 50 indicate expansion in purchasing activity from the prior month. The January reading is the highest level for the Ivey PMI in four months.

* Surprising economists, Statistics Canada said that building permits issued by municipalities dropped by 11.2 percent to C$5.73 billion in December, following a downwardly revised 14.5 percent contraction in November. Economists were anticipating a 5 percent increase for December. Permits from residential construction fell by 13.1 percent for the month from November and were off the previous December`s total by 27.1 percent, lending further evidence that the Canadian housing market is cooling.

* Adding to the housing blues, Canada Mortgage & Housing Corp.

reported that housing starts fell to an annual pace of only 160,577 in January, the slowest rate since July 2009. Construction starts on multiple-unit domiciles plunged 29 percent during the month to 78,816 from 110,927 in December. Starts on single family homes fell 11 percent. The worst performing area creating a drag on the housing starts was Ontario, where new construction tumbled 44 percent, followed by Quebec with a 30 percent decrease.

* Stats Can also reported that the country`s trade deficit with the rest of the world was smaller in December to $901 million, compared to $1.7 billion in November. Normally, a narrowing of the trade balance is well-received, but a closer look at the latest report showed that exports – which make up about 1/3 of the economy – fell for the second straight month by nearly 1 percent to $37.6 billion, while the import side made up for most of the closing of the deficit. Exports to the US, far and away the biggest trade partner of Canada, declined by 4 percent to $27.6 billion, although it is notable that at that time US businesses were keeping tight inventories because of concerns over the so-called fiscal cliff.

* In the closely-watched labor force survey, Stats Can said that fewer people looking for work helped the unemployment rate tick down from 7.1 percent in December to 7.0 percent in January, representing the lowest rate since December 2008. The caveat was that the nation still lost 21,900 jobs during the month, while 57,500 people either left the work force or quit looking for a job, the sharpest decline since April 1995. The report was a stark contrast to economist predictions of 5,000 new jobs being added in January. The majority of the job cuts were full-time positions (-20,600).

This week, major economic data will include be very quiet with only CREAstats/MLS sales and the Monthly Survey of Manufacturing on Friday.

U.S. Economic Data:

* The Commerce Department reported factory orders rose a less-than-forecast 1.8 percent in December from November, a month in which factory orders contracted by 0.3 percent. Gains in computers, construction equipment and aircraft were moderated by declines in core capital goods, which are regarded as a proxy for future investment plans. For the full year 2012, factory orders increase 3 percent over 2011 to $5.66 trillion, which is optimistic, but well-off the pace of nearly a 12 percent increase for all of 2011.

* The January non-manufacturing report from the Institute for Supply Management registered at 55.2 percent, down from 55.7 percent in December, but above economist predictions of a 55 percent reading.

Readings above 50 signal expansion in the services (or non-manufacturing) sector. It was the 42nd straight month of the ISM NMI holding over 50, indicating continued expansion in the services sector, albeit at a very slow pace.

* The Labor Department said that first time filings for jobless benefits dropped by 5,000 to 366,000 for the week ended February 2 from an upwardly revised 371,000 level the week prior. Economists were expecting a drop to 360,000. The four-week moving average, a less volatile gauge of the labor market because it smoothes out volatility, was lower by 2,250 to 350,500, a figure in line with what economists believe shows a modestly improving job market.

* The Commerce Department reported that the US trade deficit dropped for the first time in three years in 2012, largely because of record exports, lower demand to import consumer goods, and lower prices for imported oil. In December, the trade deficit fell by a whopping 20.8 percent to $38.5 billion from a revised $48.6 billion in November, paced by an all-time high of $11.6 billion in petroleum exports to add to a record $2.19 trillion in total exports. On the downside, the trade deficit with China expanded to a record $315 billion.

This week, data in the States will be another relatively thin week for data with Retail Sales on Wednesday; Initial Jobless Claims on Thursday; and Industrial Production, Empire State Manufacturing Survey and Consumer Sentiment on Friday.

Technical Penny Stocks to Watch & Company Spotlight Results:

Amongst our “Daily Technical Penny Stocks to Watch,” it was a mellow week with Avalon Ventures Ltd. (TSX:AVL), which was posted on Tuesday at a price of $1.29, leading the winners with a move off support to hit a high of $1.34 for gains of 5 cents per share, 3.88 percent.

It was a busy week for our latest US spotlight, Terra Tech Corp.

(OTCBB:TRTC), a leader in sustainable agricultural products, including those used in the medical cannabis industry. The company made four announcements, which we encourage our members to read in full to get a solid understanding of the growth potential of Terra Tech.

On Monday, the company announced that it has finished formulation and bottling of its 3-part hydroponic nutrient line, “Simple Solutions”. Terra Tech’s 3-part hydroponic nutrient line is made up of 3 components; Simply Central, Simply Grow and Simply Bloom.

Their perfectly balanced formulations of Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium take the guesswork out of gardening by allowing even the greenest growers an easy solution to plant management. This is a big development given that Freedonia Research estimated US packaged lawn and garden consumables demand will grow to $8.8 billion in 2016.

On Tuesday, Terra Tech reported that it has officially launched its line of second-generation digital environmental controllers for indoor and urban agriculture. Through its wholly owned subsidiary GrowOp Technology Ltd, Terra Tech designs and distributes a broad line of indoor cultivation equipment designed for the cultivation of medical cannabis.

Wednesday the company disclosed that it was featured in another high profile financial website as its CEO, Derek Peterson, was featured in a story about companies taking advantage of the growing cannabis industry on Yahoo! Finance. Timothy Sprinkle of Yahoo! Finance interviewed Peterson about the cannabis industry, its opportunities, risks and market size.

On Thursday, Terra Tech announced that its acquisition target GroRite, a New Jersey based urban agricultural retail supercenter was named as Today’s Garden Center’s Revolutionary 100 Garden Centers for 2013. GroRite has grown into one of New Jersey’s premier gardening centers with annual revenue in excess of $4 Million. The Revolutionary 100 Awards focus on recognizing the most innovative retail garden centers for their commitment to creating a customer experience that sets their operation apart from the rest. Today’s Garden Center utilizes a competitive and lengthy review process when determining its winners.

Shares of TRTC have seen a massive spike in volume in the past two weeks as more and more investors are learning about the company and its rapid emergence in the medical cannabis and indoor agriculture industry. Shares are up more than 30 percent since we introduced the company on AllPennyStocks.com, including a spike to 66 cents on Thursday, representing a 46.7% increase in value.

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