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102


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1,219


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1


1


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32


62


61


20


12


144


125


84


82


809


1,004


1,813


1,056


1


1


63


39


33


30


19


20


373


303


281


250


602
1,987


709


1,311
3,987


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3,203


1


1


114


100


50


64


44


56


1.53


171


203


144


206


249


455


202


















22


6


30


4


21


11


32


23


























299


276


569


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1





103




76


27






124


142


64


75


370


336


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110


107


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995


1,173


1 2,168


1,453


1


1


66


43


16


50


18


25











280



Biennial, Report of the



Table No.



Census of
White Children.



Counties.



Durham

Edgecombe ..

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene ...

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson ...

Hertford

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell

Mecklenburg

Mitchell

Montgomery _

Moore

Nash



3,896
1,721
4,315
2,151
4,006
1,036

928
1,890
1,081
4,802
2,077
2,115
3,156
2,434
1,097

932
4,023
2,147
4,531

792
1,943
2,283
2,184
4,154
1,486
2,034
5,543
3,221
1,969
3,042
2,557



3,030
1,675
3,988
1,926
4,013

899

709
1,877
1,008
4,702
2, 149
1,932
3, 121
2,248
1,053

851
3,726
1,896
4, 184

686
1,7.50
2,315
2,016
3,938
1,353
1,904
5,324
2,925
1,866
2,731
2,394



Enrollment of | g
White Children. | Eg

-a 9

<3

0) S3



5,926
3,396
8,303
4,077
8,019
1,935
1,737
3,767
2,089
9, .504
4,226
4,047
6,277
4,682
2,150
1,783
7,749
4,043
8,715
1,478
3,693
4,598
4,200
8,092
2,839
3,938
10,864
6,156
3,835
5,773
4,951



1,720

951

3,301

1,251

1,943

786

613

1,222

809

3,189

788

1,552

1,970

i;594

708

764

2,786

1,432

3,183

594

1,670

1,575

1,287

2,654

1,326

1,309

3,217

1,825

1,163

2,283

1,654



1,752

913

3,202

1,110

1,772

685

573

1,120

802

3,096

848

1,516

1,865

1,353

668

702

2,548

1,147

2,911

514

1,420

1,383

1,124

2,682

1,194

1,311

3,173

1,687

1,104

2,276

1,427



3,472
1,864
6,503
2,361
3,715
1,471
1,186
2, 342
1,611
6,285
1,636
3,068
3,835
2,947
1,376
1,466
5,334
2,579
6,094
1,108
3,090
2,958
2,411
5,336
2,520
2,620
6,390
3,512
2,267
4,559
3,081



Census of
Colored Children.



2,191

896

3, 114

1,313

2,249

780

540

1,375

905

4,140

1,014

1,793

2,138

1,768

806

971

3,317

1,327

3,433

665

1,575

1,773

1,323

2,811

1,750

1,600

4,319

1,848

1,434

3,002

1,694



1,601
2,807
1,568
1,212
1,329
961



2,068
951

2,044

3,213
895
119
366

1,713
690

1,349
122

1,550
669

1,310
577
124
101

1,337
349

3,940
115
649

1,372

1,718



fe



1,602
2,814
1,790
2,079
1,338
971



1,950
953

2,104

3,058
858
112
356

1,614
688

1,326
105

1,544
720

1,206
551
149
109

1,219
372

3,987
112
669

1,409

1,768



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



281



III—


Contin


ued.




























Enrollment of
1 Colored Children.




No.In-

stitutes




Number of
reachers Attending


White.


Colored.








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No. Be-
tween 12 and
21 Who Can
Not Read
and Write.


No. Be-
tween 12 and
21 Who Can
Not Read
and Write.




















M.


F.


M.


F.


905


990


1,895


980


1


1


is


33


13


35


8


25


180


184


180


214


1,460


1,648


3, 10S


1,192


1


1


45


74


2


43


33


43


192


1.50


763


517


704


742


1,446


896


1


1


156


48


60


96


23


25


195


1!)2


250


238


1,205

687


1,248
680


2,453

1,367


1,367

715



























1





51




34


17


..




354


336


181


164


643


728


1,371


717


















50
60
104


60


159


71






















1,282
588


1,428


2,407


1,319


















82


375


325


715


1,308


656


1




27




1


26






97


60


201


207


1,103


1,294
1,967

647


2,397
3,591
1,226


1,396

2,845
759


1
1
1


1
1


117
16
64


37
25


48

1

35


69
15
29


16


21










1,624
579










14


11


100


91


12


11


56


62


118


82


1





63




34


' 29






175


182


17


22


178


195


373


228


1


1


67


14


33


34


7


7


56


43


25


15


1,075
583


1,193


2,208


1,193


















81


30


267


176


563

854


1,146
1,798


947
1,049


















13
201


17
153


52

222


64


944


















131


95


85


180


103


1




45




20


25






124


98


17


16


845


978


1,823


991


1


1


87


46


69


18


19


27


479


294


307


192


560


614


1,174


782


















53


38


32


28


885


1,125


2,010


950


1


1


70


39


10


60


18


21


132


109


198


156


362


315


677


394


1


1


72


18


32


40


12


6


112




30




85


92


177


88


1




55




25


30


3


5


113


72


20


20


34


37


71


36


1





92





40


52


2


1


185


193


18


15


1,215
247


1,150

268


2,365
515


1,295

286










































49


29


25


24


2,075
89


2,225


4,300


2, 993


















108


58


121


108


92
394


181

728


86
451


1

















85
101


91
99


8
62


g


334


1




21








8


13


49


973


1,123


2,096


1,573


1


1


79


38


36


43


17


21


32


17


53


61


1,124


1,187


2,311


1,240


1


1


58


50


14


34


21


29











282



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Census of
White Children.



Counties.



New Hanover.
Northampton

Onslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank ...

Pender

Perquimans...

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham..

Rowan

Rutherford

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania ...

Tyrrell

Union

Vance

Wake

Warren

Washington..
Watauga



1,837
1,654
1,537
1,625
1,003
1,170
1,211

901
1,806
2,718
1,038
4,503
1,248
3,498
4,033
4,157
3,731
3,082

886
2,770
3, 127
4,438
1,450
1,116

&33
3,990
1,249
5,217
1,122

932
2,675



1,917
1,429
1,327
1,506

971
1,080
1,104

862
1,615
2,652

995
4,412
1,288
3,250
3,766
3,955
3,612
2,985

911
2,656
2,954
3,977
1,384
1,106

558
3,542
1,383
4,971

977

861
2,443



3,754
3,084
2,864
3,131
1,974
2,2.58
2,315
1,763
3,421
5, 370
2,033
8,915
2,536
6,748
7,799
8,112
7,343
6,067
1,777
5,426
6,081
8,415
2,834
2,222
1, 191
7,532
2,632
10, 188
2,099
1,793
5,168



Enrollment of
White Children.



1,035

1,147

1,097

998

687

750

655

665

1,064

2,030

555

2,741

717

2,430

2,432

2,844

2,166

1,993

420

1,788

1,582

3,134

1,063

709

450

2,790

749

3,102

615

716

1,583







s


o


1, 136


2,171


1,025


2,142


961


2,058


836


1,874


640


1,327


617


1,367


712


1,367


628


1,293


904


1,968


1,930


3,960


554


1,109


2,780


5,521


602


1,31-9


2,202


4,632


2,143


4,575


2,608


5,452


2,053


4,219


1,846


3,839


748


1,168


1,673


3,461


1,350


2,932


2,628


5,762


898


1,961


684


1,393


361


811


2,456


5,246


787


1,536


3,028


6,130


538


1,153


618


1,334


1,493


3,076



£J3



Census of
Colored Children.



1,554

1,200

1,282

1,124

851

781

977

895

1,160

2,270

636

3,466

879

2,737

3, 175

3,472

2,343

2,456

528

2,244

1,843

3,274

947

8.50

483

3,203

956

2,721

657

852

1,493



1,843

2,311

666

848

497

1,053

1,282

964

1,347

2,653

235

690

1,338

3,009

1,965

1,386

910

1,591

1,237

340

537

722

39

119

250

1,566

1,796

4,631

2,459

935

59







SuPERIN


TENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION".




283




I — Continued.














ed.


Enrollment of
Jolored Children.


2 S

a s-,
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as

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No.In-

stitutes


Number of
Teachers Attending.


White.


Color


2

3


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a

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a

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O

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No. Be-
tween 12 and
21 Who Can
Not Read
and Write.


No. Be-
tween 12 and
21 Who Can
Not Read
and Write.




















M. |


F.


M.


F.


796


1,053


1,849


1,08,5














I


32


27


31


24


376
392
624
301


1 603


2 979


1,381
446


1




39




13


26






91


48


356


278


421

666
323


813

1,322

624


1




25




8


17














773




1


63


29


22


43


14


15










363


















44


35


87


50


751


674


1,425


831


1


1


29


175


9


20 75


100


28


18


150


143


i782
714
623

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149


904
698




1 109
























1 412


877












!




23


25


54


39


751

1,716

160


1,374

3,258

309


717


1




43






38 -




91


63


219


157


1,540
175


1




133




15


118






























90


79


45


34


440


483


923


552


1


l


127


25


74


53


10


15


204


100


132


90


649


705


1,354


973


















59


57


102


115


,881
(.227


2,281
1,322


4,162
2,549


2,187


















2.58


186


633


561


1,346


1


l


94


62


14


80


21


41


144


66


110


80


966


1,002


1,968


1,120


1


l


101


50


53


48


20


30


49


30


37


24


(540


655


1,195


673


1


1


80


24


33


47


13


11


201


280


98


103


1838


1,092


1,930


1,173


1


l


100


55


40


60


25


30


200


137


150


234


i 886


1,082
167


1,968
246


913


















37


31


149


164


179


208


1


1


90


8


61


29


6


2


369


354


84


77


328


319
365


647


346


1




73




30


43






2.50


231


57


44


396


761


362


























60


48
68
161




39


1




27




17


10






82


76






67
163


135
324


103
205


















54


47


25


23




















869


932

926

2,828

1,735

754

42


1 801


1,097
915


1




106




56


50






9


6


55


43


937

562


1 863


























5,390

3,263

1,382

86


2,089

1,511

836


















153


134


309


238


,228

628
44


















34


13


238


138




l




17








1?






5


3


48


1




71




41


30















284



Biennial Repokt of the



Table I





Census of
White Children.


Enrollment of
White Children.


a

■3 8

CJDOJ
>^


Census of
Colored Childre


Counties.


3


Female.


3
o


6
3


"3

a

fa


3
o
H


a5

3


3

a

fa


j


Wayne.


3,335
4,774
2,434
2,422
2,318


3,099
4,534
2,175
2,326
2,114


6,434
9,308
4,609
4,748
4,432


2,385
3,187
1,314
1,804
1,519


2,328
2,858
1,151
1,591
1,273


4,713
6,045
2,465
3,396
2,792
22,338


2,949
3,324
1,258
1,985

15, 159


2,237
509

1,748

238

68


2,292
525

1,704
246
63


Wilkes .

Wilson


Yadkin


Yancey ._. . _


City schools




















Total


234,455


220, 200


453,807


152,387


140, 146


314,871


185,598


110,638


111,320


22(



Superintendent of P
—Continued.


ublic Instruction




285




inrollment of
t ored Children.


ccd

- O

So


No.In-

stitutes


Number of
Teachers Attending.


White.


Colored.




6

a

fa


"5
o


03

3


u
O

o

o


3


-d
<v
u

O

o

o


a5
1

CO

3


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a

3


6

a

o
o


a

fa
O

u


No. Be-
tween 12 and
21 Who Can
Not Read
and Write.


No. Be-
tween 12 and
21 Who Can
Not Read
and Write.


17

11

A

!3


1,653

382
568
152
29


3,040

723

1,065

306

62

10, 159


1,516
441
533
192


l
l
l


1


103

78
65


120


18
57

18


85
21
47


40


80


M.

197

710
194
200
107


F.
142

686

133

125

139


M.
217

110

294

25

21


F.
136

93

250






15


















28


5,293
















































n


72, 794


149,279


82,972


53


30 3,891

1


1,385


1,570


2,321 ,612


673


10,678 J8,116


10,246


8,113




































286



Biennial Repoet of the



Table No. IV. — Reports Showing the Number of Public School Dis-
Public School Property, Average Length of Terms in Weeks, and
State During the School Year Ending June so, 1902.



Counties.



Alamance.. .
Alexander -.
Alleghany...

Anson

Ashe

Beaufort

Bertie

Bladen

Brunswick ..
Buncombe ..

Burke

Cabarrus

Caldwell ....

Camden

Carteret

Caswell

Catawba

Chatham

Cherokee

Chowan

Clay

Cleveland ...
Columbus ...

Craven

Cumberland
Currituck ...

Dare

Davidson

Davie



Number of


School


Districts.




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a>






•~


A





£



O


66


28


53


8


43


5


- 55


43


103


10


75


40


66


58


69


44


51


28


94


18


62


12


54


21



Number

of Schools

Taught.



66
53
43
55

1(H)

.71
65
65
49
94
59
54
68
20
37
39
81
88
46
21
19
84
75
41
92
30
19
92
16



Value of

Public School

Property.



2S



820,736
3,320
5,990
5,815
12, 567
10, 110
7,430
3,900
2,390

98,300
4,925
7,050
5,350
2, .500
4,200
1,600
9,557
7,144
3,900
3,590
2,550

25,500
8,343

34, 130
6,720
3,625
1,000

15, 177
3,300



Average

Length of Term

in Weeks.



$4,970

345

160

4,405

212

4,101

5,985

2,740

1,412

16,400

515

1,262

1,000

1,200

600

1,100

1,420

2,948



2,250
25
2,100
2,825
7,910
3,250
1,000

225
2, 160

960



16.47

15.64

16.00

14.65

16.00

16.00

14.60

15.00

15. 50

28.00

14.00

16.00

17.00

17. .50

16.40

16.00

15.00

16. 14

15.53

16.50

17.00

16.00

14.00

12.00

16.00

14.00

11.00

14.60

12.50



Superintendent of Public Instruction.



28'



tricts. Number of School Houses, Number of Schools Taught, Value of
Average Monthly Salary of Teachers in the Several Counties in the



Average Salary of Teachers
Per Month.




Number of
White.


Scho(


)1 Houses.

Colored.


Number
Houses
Built.


5


— r


Colored
Male.


Colored
Kemale.


a

3

to


hi

o


S


'u

pq


53

s

3


c


6

a

cS


ai

s


o>
o
o
o


$30. 50


828.00


825.43


524.00


59


4


.55




25


3


22


2





19.38


19.38


15. 00


15.00


48


5


43




8


6


2


2





21. 15


21. 88


17.08




30


2


28




4


2


2


5





29.61


24.. V,


23.00

is. 05


21.00


42
70


23


42
.53




40

4


1


40
3


-




22.58


7




29. 40


26.10


28. 71


24 68


71


2


69




39


4


35


1





24. 15


22.66


23.76


22 30


66




66




57




57


4


2


22. .50


22. .50


20.00


20.00


60


5


55




44


5


39


1


5


27. 44


25.00


24. 50


23.00


45


1


44




22





22


2


1










94
55


4
12


88
43


2


15
11


1
6


14
5


11
5




26.00


25. 25


24.58


15.00




29.82


27. 60


24.50


24. 07


51


5


46




19


11


8


3





23.75


lit. 85
25.00
25.00
25.00
24.25
22. 34


20. 75
25.00
21.00
24.00
21.20
22. 44


19.00
22.50
23.00
22 50
19.50
21. 19


05
20
34
37
76
79




23
3
12


59
20
34
14
73
61




11
12
5
36
19
35


5
4

25

8
10


6
12

5
11
11
25






27.00






28.50






25.00






26 63






26.12


6


1


27.60


23.28
28.33

18.90


22.00
25. 00


20.00
24.00
25^0


42
20
19


4


37
20
19


1


*
15
I-






3




30.00




15
1




25.91

r—


1





27.00


27.00


23. 50


23.00


84




84




21


1


20


6





27.65


26.30


25.08


24.72


86


3


83




35




35


2





28.00


28. 00

20.00


23. 00
17.00


23.00
16. 50


41

92


4
6


37

86




29
05


3

8


26
57






23.00


4


2


25.00


25.00
25.30
23.47


25.00
25.00

22.27


25.00
20.25
20.00


31
17

88


11


31
17




32
3

22


1




31
3
16






30.00






28.09


4


....


27.50


22 50


22. 50


18.50


36


14


22




13


11


2


3


1



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Counties.



Number of

School
Districts



Number | Value of

of Schools Public School

Taught. Property.



2


T3

O
O

O


77


40


34


17


39


39


74


20


52


48


75


31


31


24


23




.54


43


32


24


91


30


56


64


61


29


51


1


50


12


34


31


31


18


96


37


43


3


109


36


31


21


43


25


57


14


54


4


71


3


49


32


55


10


84


61


58


4


53


19


83


41



o



Average

Length of Term

in Weeks.



Duplin

Durham

Edgecombe..

Forsyth

Franklin

Gaston

Gates

Graham

Granville

Greene

Guilford

Halifax

Harnett

Haywood

Henderson _.

Hertford

Hyde

Iredell

Jackson

Johnston

Jones

Lenoir

Lincoln

Macon

Madison

Martin

McDowell ...
Mecklenburg

Mitchell

Montgomery
Moore



1 1


40


34


17


37


37


74


20


52


43


71


31


31


24


23




.54


48


33


24


94


31


61


64


62


29


52


2


52


12


31


25


32


18


96


36


44


3


10


38


32


22


43


25


57


14


61


4


78


5


49


32


58


14


85


61


64


4


57


20


88


46



$7, 605

92,385

12,235

69, 528

3,345

11,190

3,390

4,200

;>,065

2,830

52,500

7,927

5,360

11,895

9, 625

3,415

3,760

27,092

10, 325

15,289

1,990

5,000

12,600

9,962

13,241

10,000

3,800

64,000

4,320

3,828

3,676



$3, 935
16, 675
7,270
16,038
.2,560
3,697
2,160



2,805

1,835

8,500

9,155

2,410

.500

910

3,325

1,936

5, 565

280

3,964

1,389

3,000

2,240

375

135

3,800

600

12, 500

225

720

1,315



15.65


14.00





31.00


29.00


40


29.30


26.30


35


20.00


20.00


40


17.60


16.00





17.17


16.93


34


16.00


16. 00





16.64






17.30


16.30'


36


16.00


16.00





18.20


17.80


40


21.50


21.25





14. 60


13.90





17.60


32.00


34


15.51


10.58


25


18.40


15.00





9.00


12.00





17.08


15.00


36


15.50


16.66





17.77


14.67





15.20


14 40





17.33


14.00





15.60


14.40





12.35


13. .50





16.00


11 66





18.00


P. 00


. ..


13.00


11.30





20.67


17.. 50


36


11.00


9.00





] 00


'i.00





16. 16


15.50





Superintendent oe Public Instruction.



289



IV — Contin tied.



Average Salary of Teachers
Per Month.



0) 3
■u v



35.00
31.60
24.50
28.55
25.45
23.60
20.00
27. 53
26.00
26.00
26.50
23.07
26.50
28.86
24.24
25.00
27.30
22.46
25.14
22.50
25.00
25.24
23.18
23.93
27.00
22.36
28.06
20.75
23.92
25.00

19



$23.00
29.28
26.91
30. 75
21.25
24.36
22.20



22.37
21.. 50
26.20
24.54
19.10
30.00
24.56
22.92
25.00
19.00



823.00
23.57
25.67
23.25
19. 10
24.02
22.00



25. 47
23.60
20.00
24.75
25.00
17.25
25.00
22.75
20.00
18.75
24.15
23.00



21.48
20.00
21.42
23.50
17.33
25.00
19.00
20.57
25.00
20.71
21.66
21.54
20.75
18,00
23.21
25.00
20.00
25.00
16.00
20.00



23.45
21.00



Number of School Houses.



White.



75


1


38


2


41




71




43


-


66


5


31




21


6


48


10


26




82


13


49


1


58




49


4 |


47


1


29


.


32




96


17


39


2


29


1


43




56


8


53


8


63


7


49




28


7


66


2


30


12


53


2


70


1



74
32
41
71
36
61
31
15
38
26
66
49
58
44
46
29
32
78
37
100
28
43
46
45
56
49
21
64
18
51
69



Colored.



Number
Houses
Built.



39
19
39
17
30
25
24



30
18
21

3
39
22
25
10

3

1
32

5
49

2
13
30



290



Biennial Report of the



Table No.



Counties.



Nash

New Hanover-
Northampton _

( inslow

Orange

Pamlico

Pasquotank-
Pender

Perquimans ...

Person

Pitt

Polk

Randolph

Richmond

Robeson

Rockingham .

Rowan

Rutherford

Sampson

Scotland

Stanly

Stokes

Surry

Swain

Transylvania _.

Tyrrell

Union

Vance-

Wake

Warren

Washington



Number of

School

Districts.



65
15
44
53
51
28
22
48
29
3s
89
31
114
40
91
76
83
77
89
24



44
15
45
20
25
11
18
39
111
34
56
10
24
32
(it
40
40
28
53
22
10
1!)
14
2
3
9
35
27
64
45
2(1



Number


of Schools


Taught.




•a








■—


a


o


£


o
a



63
16
46

411
50

27
211

i:;
29
36
89
30
114
40
88
77
81
74
85
24
69
51
88
33
27
25
88
29
94
40
29



Value of

Public School

Property.



Average

Length of Term

in Weeks.



d




•d














o


si








£





o


u



$6,440


84,260


IS. 00


16.00





82, 100


16,400


29.00


29.00





4,500


2,700


IS. so


18.30





4, 553


1,298


14.17


12. S3





6,530


1,990


L6.00


16.00





2, 100


1,105


11.11


8. 60





12,600


6, .500


19.00


20.00







3,155


9.90


12.16





4,260


2, 4S0


15. 70


16.36





5, 855


1,145


16.00


16.00





12,625


6,020


21. !<:


Hi. 20





3,350


i 10


14.20


15.40





11,932


1,415


Hi. 17


14.5S


20


2, 105


1,562


20.00


IS. 00





7, S30


4,999


13. 14


10.00





10, 630


3,792


15 80


16.80





33,292


5,143


IS. 00


16.00


36


7,263


1,659


15.23


15. 46





7, 765


2,690


12.40


13.00





2,150


2,000


16.29


13.00





1 1 , 880


.500


15.00


12.00





8,650


668


15. 40


15. 20





3, 134


550


15. 40


13.80





3,950


40


17.37


16.00





4,165


390


14.00


11.33





2,250


672


8.66


9.40







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