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8 8 2020

Liz Fenning

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I needed a laugh today. Email or phone Password Forgotten account? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. Forgotten account? Namespaces Article Talk. Log In. On the day preceding that fixed for the execution a meeting was held at the Home Office to consider the case.

Many constables were present to prevent violence, but only one fight occurred. Forgot about these gems. British Library Newspapers, Part V: Lord Sidmouth , the Home Secretary, was out of town, but the Lord Chancellor Lord Eldon , the recorder, and Mr Becket were present, and concluded that there was no reason for interfering. If anyone needs a laugh tonight,.. In an publication, Smith highlighted an article in the Morning Journal from March that year which details the death of Robert Gregson Turner in Ipswich Workhouse after confessing his guilt for the crime for which Fenning was hanged. The recorder 's summing-up was strongly against the prisoner, and the jury finding her guilty she was sentenced to death. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. Log In. Also- thoughts?

Dictionary of National Biography. Forgot about these gems. Sections of this page. Managing your weight is hard enough during the best of times. British Library Newspapers, Part V: Fenning was summoned to Hatton Garden police-court, and was committed for trial. In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. On 21 March following, Turner, his son Robert Gregson Turner, and his daughter-in-law Charlotte, while at dinner, all ate of some yeast dumplings prepared by Fenning and immediately became very sick, though the ill effect was not lasting. If anyone needs a laugh tonight,.. Here's what I've learned about pandemic procrastination.

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British Library Newspapers, Part I: Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. The author Sandra Hempel, who specialises in topics of health, has highlighted the Fenning case as one which led to the development and advancement of forensic evidence as a means of determining guilt in murder trials. Visitor Posts. Dictionary of National Biography. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. Noelle Stevenson on Twitter. Lord Sidmouth , the Home Secretary, was out of town, but the Lord Chancellor Lord Eldon , the recorder, and Mr Becket were present, and concluded that there was no reason for interfering. Fenning pleaded not guilty, and urged that she had herself eaten of the dumplings, a piece of testimony which was corroborated by Turner's mother, who said that she had been sent for, and on arrival had found the prisoner very sick. If anyone needs a laugh tonight,..

Law Society Gazette. Universal Curiosity on Twitter. He wrote: "All the masters and mistresses of families, who credulity or idleness rendered them proper subjects for alarums, were excessively devoted to the vociferous execration of the wickedness of servants. Not Now. Dictionary of National Biography. British Library Newspapers, Part I: LRM Online on Twitter. Categories : births deaths 19th-century English women 19th-century English people Executed English women 19th-century executions by England and Wales Executed people from London Poisoners s murders in the United Kingdom. On 21 March following, Turner, his son Robert Gregson Turner, and his daughter-in-law Charlotte, while at dinner, all ate of some yeast dumplings prepared by Fenning and immediately became very sick, though the ill effect was not lasting.

Orlibar Turner even tried to sign a petition to save Eliza but was stopped when the recorder who sentenced her came to his house and said that if he did, the Turner family would be investigated for the crime. Managing your weight is hard enough during the best of times. On 21 March following, Turner, his son Robert Gregson Turner, and his daughter-in-law Charlotte, while at dinner, all ate of some yeast dumplings prepared by Fenning and immediately became very sick, though the ill effect was not lasting. Noelle Stevenson on Twitter. In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. Not Now. The case came on at the Old Bailey on 11 April , when Fenning was charged with feloniously administering arsenic to the three Turners with intent to murder them. Add the challenges of a pandemic — with gyms, indoor tracks and hiking trails closed for quite some time — not to mention the added.

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29 5 2020

Liz Fenning

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Fenning pleaded not guilty, and urged that she had herself eaten of the dumplings, a piece of testimony which was corroborated by Turner's mother, who said that she had been sent for, and on arrival had found the prisoner very sick. On the day preceding that fixed for the execution a meeting was held at the Home Office to consider the case.

Namespaces Article Talk. Log In. Fenning was summoned to Hatton Garden police-court, and was committed for trial. In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. The case came on at the Old Bailey on 11 April , when Fenning was charged with feloniously administering arsenic to the three Turners with intent to murder them. British Library Newspapers, Part I: Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Add the challenges of a pandemic — with gyms, indoor tracks and hiking trails closed for quite some time — not to mention the added.

Many constables were present to prevent violence, but only one fight occurred. LRM Online on Twitter. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. On the following morning, 26 July, Fenning was hanged, in company with two other malefactors, Oldfield and Adams, the former for raping a child and the latter for sodomy. Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. Also- thoughts? Five witnesses were called, who gave Fenning a character of respectability and good nature.

Namespaces Article Talk. Jump to. The prisoner, protesting her innocence, tried to show that Mrs. Although Fenning was executed, William Hone 's page book on the subject, The Important Results of an Elaborate Investigation into the Mysterious Case of Eliza Fenning — widely considered a landmark in investigative journalism — demolished the prosecution's case. Five witnesses were called, who gave Fenning a character of respectability and good nature. Visitor Posts. Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. Dictionary of National Biography. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. Law Society Gazette.

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LOL- anyone else need to hear this? Forgot about these gems From the wilma femrights shoot with the amazing michaelwhitehurstphotography slayed by shannafromla and insane MUH by thebusinessbuilderbabe. Fenning, the daughter of poor parents, was from the age of fourteen employed in various situations as a domestic servant. Download as PDF Printable version. Noelle Stevenson on Twitter. This is so lovely! Evidence was brought against Fenning that she had asked and received leave to make the dumplings, and that she was alone in the kitchen during the whole time of their preparation; that the poison was neither in the flour nor in the milk; and that Fenning was acquainted with and had access to a drawer in her employer's office where arsenic was kept. See more.

Many constables were present to prevent violence, but only one fight occurred. Hints for the Examination of Medical Witnesses. This is so lovely! Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. Universal Curiosity on Twitter. In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. Orlibar Turner even tried to sign a petition to save Eliza but was stopped when the recorder who sentenced her came to his house and said that if he did, the Turner family would be investigated for the crime. Sections of this page. Fenning pleaded not guilty, and urged that she had herself eaten of the dumplings, a piece of testimony which was corroborated by Turner's mother, who said that she had been sent for, and on arrival had found the prisoner very sick. British Library Newspapers, Part V:

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Download as PDF Printable version. I needed a laugh today. LRM Online on Twitter. Email or phone Password Forgotten account? Accessibility help. The author Sandra Hempel, who specialises in topics of health, has highlighted the Fenning case as one which led to the development and advancement of forensic evidence as a means of determining guilt in murder trials. Here's what I've learned about pandemic procrastination. Me, neither.

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Liz Fenning

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See more of Liz Fenning on Facebook. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence.

Add links. Add the challenges of a pandemic — with gyms, indoor tracks and hiking trails closed for quite some time — not to mention the added. Law Society Gazette. Fenning, the daughter of poor parents, was from the age of fourteen employed in various situations as a domestic servant. In an publication, Smith highlighted an article in the Morning Journal from March that year which details the death of Robert Gregson Turner in Ipswich Workhouse after confessing his guilt for the crime for which Fenning was hanged. In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. Views Read Edit View history. The case came on at the Old Bailey on 11 April , when Fenning was charged with feloniously administering arsenic to the three Turners with intent to murder them.

Hints for the Examination of Medical Witnesses. Add links. Forgotten account? LOL- anyone else need to hear this? LRM Online on Twitter. On 21 March following, Turner, his son Robert Gregson Turner, and his daughter-in-law Charlotte, while at dinner, all ate of some yeast dumplings prepared by Fenning and immediately became very sick, though the ill effect was not lasting. In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. Download as PDF Printable version. Me, neither.

Forgot about these gems From the wilma femrights shoot with the amazing michaelwhitehurstphotography slayed by shannafromla and insane MUH by thebusinessbuilderbabe. Tim Harris Hampshire: Palgrave, , Namespaces Article Talk. Fenning, the daughter of poor parents, was from the age of fourteen employed in various situations as a domestic servant. Jurassic Park is 27 years old!? Noelle Stevenson on Twitter. Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. Download as PDF Printable version. Hints for the Examination of Medical Witnesses. Forgot about these gems.

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In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. Visitor Posts. Add links. Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. Not Now. Orlibar Turner even tried to sign a petition to save Eliza but was stopped when the recorder who sentenced her came to his house and said that if he did, the Turner family would be investigated for the crime. Fenning was summoned to Hatton Garden police-court, and was committed for trial. A local newspaper reported: "Every window was thronged, and in many places the tops of the houses were covered with spectators. Forgot about these gems.

Also- thoughts? Add the challenges of a pandemic — with gyms, indoor tracks and hiking trails closed for quite some time — not to mention the added. Law Society Gazette. Toward the end of January she entered the service of Orlibar Turner of 68 Chancery Lane, London, a tradesman, in the capacity of cook. Jump to. Log In. The case came on at the Old Bailey on 11 April , when Fenning was charged with feloniously administering arsenic to the three Turners with intent to murder them. Accessibility help. Such an interesting and great show! Email or phone Password Forgotten account?

Download as PDF Printable version. If anyone needs a laugh tonight,.. Views Read Edit View history. Jurassic Park is 27 years old!? Although Fenning was executed, William Hone 's page book on the subject, The Important Results of an Elaborate Investigation into the Mysterious Case of Eliza Fenning — widely considered a landmark in investigative journalism — demolished the prosecution's case. British Library Newspapers, Part V: Universal Curiosity on Twitter. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. On 21 March following, Turner, his son Robert Gregson Turner, and his daughter-in-law Charlotte, while at dinner, all ate of some yeast dumplings prepared by Fenning and immediately became very sick, though the ill effect was not lasting.

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3 2 2020

Liz Fenning

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A local newspaper reported: "Every window was thronged, and in many places the tops of the houses were covered with spectators. The case came on at the Old Bailey on 11 April , when Fenning was charged with feloniously administering arsenic to the three Turners with intent to murder them.

The prisoner, protesting her innocence, tried to show that Mrs. Noelle Stevenson on Twitter. LOL- anyone else need to hear this? Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. Also- thoughts? Forgot about these gems. Police dispersed them and arrested two men. He wrote: "All the masters and mistresses of families, who credulity or idleness rendered them proper subjects for alarums, were excessively devoted to the vociferous execration of the wickedness of servants.

Toward the end of January she entered the service of Orlibar Turner of 68 Chancery Lane, London, a tradesman, in the capacity of cook. The author Sandra Hempel, who specialises in topics of health, has highlighted the Fenning case as one which led to the development and advancement of forensic evidence as a means of determining guilt in murder trials. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. A local newspaper reported: "Every window was thronged, and in many places the tops of the houses were covered with spectators. See more of Liz Fenning on Facebook. Visitor Posts. Managing your weight is hard enough during the best of times. Add links.

LRM Online on Twitter. On the day preceding that fixed for the execution a meeting was held at the Home Office to consider the case. The recorder 's summing-up was strongly against the prisoner, and the jury finding her guilty she was sentenced to death. The author Sandra Hempel, who specialises in topics of health, has highlighted the Fenning case as one which led to the development and advancement of forensic evidence as a means of determining guilt in murder trials. Police dispersed them and arrested two men. In an publication, Smith highlighted an article in the Morning Journal from March that year which details the death of Robert Gregson Turner in Ipswich Workhouse after confessing his guilt for the crime for which Fenning was hanged. Universal Curiosity on Twitter. Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result.

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Add the challenges of a pandemic — with gyms, indoor tracks and hiking trails closed for quite some time — not to mention the added. See more. Download as PDF Printable version. Managing your weight is hard enough during the best of times. In an publication, Smith highlighted an article in the Morning Journal from March that year which details the death of Robert Gregson Turner in Ipswich Workhouse after confessing his guilt for the crime for which Fenning was hanged. British Library Newspapers, Part V: On 21 March following, Turner, his son Robert Gregson Turner, and his daughter-in-law Charlotte, while at dinner, all ate of some yeast dumplings prepared by Fenning and immediately became very sick, though the ill effect was not lasting. The prisoner, protesting her innocence, tried to show that Mrs.

He wrote: "All the masters and mistresses of families, who credulity or idleness rendered them proper subjects for alarums, were excessively devoted to the vociferous execration of the wickedness of servants. Managing your weight is hard enough during the best of times. Orlibar Turner even tried to sign a petition to save Eliza but was stopped when the recorder who sentenced her came to his house and said that if he did, the Turner family would be investigated for the crime. If anyone needs a laugh tonight,.. Add links. Download as PDF Printable version. British Library Newspapers, Part V: On hearing sentence pronounced she fell in a fit, and was moved insensible from the dock. A local newspaper reported: "Every window was thronged, and in many places the tops of the houses were covered with spectators. Me, neither.

Log In. Toward the end of January she entered the service of Orlibar Turner of 68 Chancery Lane, London, a tradesman, in the capacity of cook. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Sections of this page. Turner had a spite against her. Universal Curiosity on Twitter. Dictionary of National Biography. Jurassic Park is 27 years old!?

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30 7 2020

Liz Fenning

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Jump to. Intense public interest was excited, it being generally believed that Fenning was innocent, a belief which was strengthened by her declaration on the scaffold: 'Before the just and almighty God, and by the faith of the holy sacrament I have taken, I am innocent of the offence with which I am charged. Hints for the Examination of Medical Witnesses. Such an interesting and great show! Although Fenning was executed, William Hone 's page book on the subject, The Important Results of an Elaborate Investigation into the Mysterious Case of Eliza Fenning — widely considered a landmark in investigative journalism — demolished the prosecution's case. Not Now. From the wilma femrights shoot with the amazing michaelwhitehurstphotography slayed by shannafromla and insane MUH by thebusinessbuilderbabe. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. Add the challenges of a pandemic — with gyms, indoor tracks and hiking trails closed for quite some time — not to mention the added. Tim Harris Hampshire: Palgrave, , Namespaces Article Talk. Sections of this page. Noelle Stevenson on Twitter. The prisoner, protesting her innocence, tried to show that Mrs. The recorder 's summing-up was strongly against the prisoner, and the jury finding her guilty she was sentenced to death. The case came on at the Old Bailey on 11 April , when Fenning was charged with feloniously administering arsenic to the three Turners with intent to murder them.

See more of Liz Fenning on Facebook. Jurassic Park is 27 years old!? Managing your weight is hard enough during the best of times. Hints for the Examination of Medical Witnesses. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. Download as PDF Printable version. Toward the end of January she entered the service of Orlibar Turner of 68 Chancery Lane, London, a tradesman, in the capacity of cook. Forgot about these gems.

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He wrote: "All the masters and mistresses of families, who credulity or idleness rendered them proper subjects for alarums, were excessively devoted to the vociferous execration of the wickedness of servants. On the day preceding that fixed for the execution a meeting was held at the Home Office to consider the case. Jurassic Park is 27 years old!? Managing your weight is hard enough during the best of times. Evidence was brought against Fenning that she had asked and received leave to make the dumplings, and that she was alone in the kitchen during the whole time of their preparation; that the poison was neither in the flour nor in the milk; and that Fenning was acquainted with and had access to a drawer in her employer's office where arsenic was kept. Orlibar Turner even tried to sign a petition to save Eliza but was stopped when the recorder who sentenced her came to his house and said that if he did, the Turner family would be investigated for the crime. Accessibility help. This is so lovely!

Me, neither. Jump to. See more of Liz Fenning on Facebook. The recorder 's summing-up was strongly against the prisoner, and the jury finding her guilty she was sentenced to death. Accessibility help. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Turner had a spite against her. On 21 March following, Turner, his son Robert Gregson Turner, and his daughter-in-law Charlotte, while at dinner, all ate of some yeast dumplings prepared by Fenning and immediately became very sick, though the ill effect was not lasting. Categories : births deaths 19th-century English women 19th-century English people Executed English women 19th-century executions by England and Wales Executed people from London Poisoners s murders in the United Kingdom.

The prisoner, protesting her innocence, tried to show that Mrs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Download as PDF Printable version. Fenning pleaded not guilty, and urged that she had herself eaten of the dumplings, a piece of testimony which was corroborated by Turner's mother, who said that she had been sent for, and on arrival had found the prisoner very sick. I needed a laugh today. Intense public interest was excited, it being generally believed that Fenning was innocent, a belief which was strengthened by her declaration on the scaffold: 'Before the just and almighty God, and by the faith of the holy sacrament I have taken, I am innocent of the offence with which I am charged. On hearing sentence pronounced she fell in a fit, and was moved insensible from the dock. From the wilma femrights shoot with the amazing michaelwhitehurstphotography slayed by shannafromla and insane MUH by thebusinessbuilderbabe.

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Liz Fenning

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Five witnesses were called, who gave Fenning a character of respectability and good nature.

In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. Sections of this page. Such an interesting and great show! The author Sandra Hempel, who specialises in topics of health, has highlighted the Fenning case as one which led to the development and advancement of forensic evidence as a means of determining guilt in murder trials. Jump to. Fenning was summoned to Hatton Garden police-court, and was committed for trial. Lord Sidmouth , the Home Secretary, was out of town, but the Lord Chancellor Lord Eldon , the recorder, and Mr Becket were present, and concluded that there was no reason for interfering. Download as PDF Printable version. British Library Newspapers, Part I: If anyone needs a laugh tonight,..

Visitor Posts. See more of Liz Fenning on Facebook. Fenning was summoned to Hatton Garden police-court, and was committed for trial. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Popular opinion was largely in favour of Fenning's innocence, and every effort was made by her friends and others to procure a remission of the sentence. He wrote: "All the masters and mistresses of families, who credulity or idleness rendered them proper subjects for alarums, were excessively devoted to the vociferous execration of the wickedness of servants. Accessibility help. On the following morning, 26 July, Fenning was hanged, in company with two other malefactors, Oldfield and Adams, the former for raping a child and the latter for sodomy. The recorder 's summing-up was strongly against the prisoner, and the jury finding her guilty she was sentenced to death.

The author Sandra Hempel, who specialises in topics of health, has highlighted the Fenning case as one which led to the development and advancement of forensic evidence as a means of determining guilt in murder trials. Here's what I've learned about pandemic procrastination. Roger Gadsden, an apprentice of Turner, had eaten a piece of dumpling after dinner, though strongly advised by Fenning not to touch it, and was also taken ill. Such an interesting and great show! Email or phone Password Forgotten account? On the following morning, 26 July, Fenning was hanged, in company with two other malefactors, Oldfield and Adams, the former for raping a child and the latter for sodomy. Lord Sidmouth , the Home Secretary, was out of town, but the Lord Chancellor Lord Eldon , the recorder, and Mr Becket were present, and concluded that there was no reason for interfering. Forgotten account? From the wilma femrights shoot with the amazing michaelwhitehurstphotography slayed by shannafromla and insane MUH by thebusinessbuilderbabe. Orlibar Turner even tried to sign a petition to save Eliza but was stopped when the recorder who sentenced her came to his house and said that if he did, the Turner family would be investigated for the crime.

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In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. Categories : births deaths 19th-century English women 19th-century English people Executed English women 19th-century executions by England and Wales Executed people from London Poisoners s murders in the United Kingdom. Lord Eldon summoned another meeting in the evening, with the same result. Evidence was brought against Fenning that she had asked and received leave to make the dumplings, and that she was alone in the kitchen during the whole time of their preparation; that the poison was neither in the flour nor in the milk; and that Fenning was acquainted with and had access to a drawer in her employer's office where arsenic was kept. On the day preceding that fixed for the execution a meeting was held at the Home Office to consider the case. Toward the end of January she entered the service of Orlibar Turner of 68 Chancery Lane, London, a tradesman, in the capacity of cook. Here's what I've learned about pandemic procrastination. Add the challenges of a pandemic — with gyms, indoor tracks and hiking trails closed for quite some time — not to mention the added. Fenning was summoned to Hatton Garden police-court, and was committed for trial.

Here's what I've learned about pandemic procrastination. Views Read Edit View history. Universal Curiosity on Twitter. Sections of this page. British Library Newspapers, Part I: Accessibility help. He wrote: "All the masters and mistresses of families, who credulity or idleness rendered them proper subjects for alarums, were excessively devoted to the vociferous execration of the wickedness of servants. Turner had a spite against her. On the day preceding that fixed for the execution a meeting was held at the Home Office to consider the case.

Police dispersed them and arrested two men. LRM Online on Twitter. Dictionary of National Biography. Log In. Hints for the Examination of Medical Witnesses. A local newspaper reported: "Every window was thronged, and in many places the tops of the houses were covered with spectators. This is so lovely! Add links. In the wake of the execution, of mob of over 1, began to gather outside of the Turner home threatening to burn it down. If anyone needs a laugh tonight,..

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