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Double or Die  
DoubleorDie.jpg
First edition UK paperback
Author Charlie Higson
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series James Bond / Young Bond
Genre(s) Spy novel
Publisher Puffin Books
Publication date 4 January 2007
Media type Print (Hardcover and Paperback)
Pages 389 pp (first edition, paperback)
ISBN ISBN 0141322039 (first edition, paperback)
OCLC Number 71541562
Preceded by Blood Fever
Followed by Hurricane Gold

Double Or Die is the third novel in the Young Bond series depicting Ian Fleming's superspy James Bond as a teenager in the 1930s. The novel, written by Charlie Higson, was released in the UK by Puffin Books on January 4, 2007, and by Hyperion Books for Children in the United States on April 22, 2008.[1] A special hardcover "Limited Collector's Edition" was released as a Waterstones Bookstore exclusive on October 25, 2007.[2]

The title was announced on January 3, 2007 at the official book launch at Waterstone's in Piccadilly, London. The alternative titles which were available for the public to vote for were "N.E.M.E.S.I.S." and "The Deadlock Cipher".[3][4]

Contents

Plot summary

The story's prologue is set in Highgate Cemetery, where Professor Alexis Fairburn, an Eton beak, is kidnapped by Wolfgang and Ludwig Smith. When he was kidnapped, Fairburn was tracing a tombstone, but leaves the piece of paper he was tracing with. The story itself starts with young James Bond and his friend, Perry Mandeville (leader of the Danger Society) reminiscing the previous days events.

Out of the blue, a letter to Pritpal from Alexis Fairburn comes, regarding Fairburn's resignation from Eton. To Cecil Codrose(house master) and Alimighty Elliot(Headmaster)(who reads the letter along with Pritpal and James), the 'mistakes' were just made by Fairburn because of his scatterbrained personality and eccentricity, but Pritpal soon figures out that the mistakes were there for a reason. James and Pritpal work towards trying to decifer them - the first of them are easy - some wrong names in the letter (Luc Olivier and Speccy Stevens) translate into "Solve seven cryptic clues."

However, they have to get several photographs of the letter, which has been confiscated by Cecil Codrose, before they can continue. Eventually, they get it and continue. They determine that they have to solve the puzzle of a certain crossword in the next The Times and eventually determine that "Gordian Knot" means that they must meet a man nicknamed "Gordius," who is coming to Pritpal's next Crossword Society meeting. James decides to come along to the meeting, but all the man does is play a game of Hearts, during which James wins five pounds. The man gives his name as "Professor Ivar Peterson," who is a professor at Cambridge University. However, James and Pritpal do not believe him. James arranges with his friend, Perry Mandeville to go to Cambridge University, which will work as he is intending to go off to London on his father's birthday leave.

Before James can go to London, there is a break in at the school and the matron is forced to leave the school out of shock. James is sure that the intruder was intending to take something related to Fairburn. James decides to leave for London with Perry at once and learns that one more clue, when solved, says that Fairburn has actually been kidnapped and James realises that the former Maths beak is in danger. He and Perry drive to London in his Bramford and Martin. On the way, they spy an old Bentley that is for sale. Eventually, they arrive in London and James goes off to Cambridge University to find Professor Peterson. Eventually, he asks his porter if he can see him and he agrees. However, when he goes into his office, he discovers that Professor Peterson has been murdered with an Apache revolver bayonet. The killer is, in fact, still in the room and James flees before he can be attacked.

James then reads a letter that he took from Peterson's desk and finds the name "John Charnage" in it. Before he can work out what it means, the killer James had seen arrives in a Daimler vehicle with his accomplice. It is clear to the reader that the killers were Ludwig and Wolfgang, the two men who had kidnapped Fairburn. James flees in the Bramford and Martin, but the men give chase and eventually, James ends up in a river. He manages to escape the vehicle before it explodes and hides under a bridge.

James passes out from the cold and wakes up in a hospital. After managing to steal a suit and his shoes, James hitches a ride to Perry's house in a taxi. After a light breakfast with Perry, the two realise that "John Charnage" is actually Sir John Charnage, a local businessman whose father used to own a chemical factory. The two pay him a visit, but James is recognised as the boy that was seen leaving the scene of Professor Peterson's murder. He locks them in a room and leaves seemingly to call the police. James and Perry try and escape, but they are spotted and only narrowly escape by throwing a basket of groceries that a boy was delivering at Charnage. They flag down a taxi and manage to get to Hackney, where the Eton Mission is and for which Pritpal and Tommy Chong are working.

The group solve the remains of the puzzle and determine two things - they need to check Room 5 of The Royal College of Surgeons and then go to Highgate Cemetery. They go to the museum first and discover the name "Charles Babbage," who had tried to invent two machines for solving mathematical problems that were basically and early computer and determine that Charnage is trying to build one of these machines. They then head down to Highgate cemetery and meet a tramp named Theo who is living in the cemetery. He casually tells them that the cemetery houses Karl Marx, the man who had come up with the idea of Communism and "the man who turned the Russian bear red." At that moment, Wolfgang and Ludwig arrive at the graveyard and kill the tramp. James and Perry flee and split up. James hides in the trunk of the killers' Daimler and is led straight to Fairburn's kidnapper - Charnage. When they arrive, James sets alight the Daimler and, in the confusion, enters the building.

James finds himself in an old, abandoned Chemical factory and finds his way to a room marked "Hazardous Chemicals." He steals a bottle of Potassium from it. However, he is discovered and is forced to escape. He discovers that the factory has been changed into an illegal underground casino. James tries to find a way out, but an American man who has just lost a fortune in the casino forces him to help him win back his money in Roulette, preventing him from escaping. Eventually, James is caught and taken to Charnage, who decides that he needs to kill him. To do this, he forces him to drink a large amount of Gin. Drunk and with a damaged liver, James is then dragged by Ludwig and Wolfgang to a barge and they prepare to throw him into the River Thames. In his drunken state, he works out the rest of the crossword and determines that the word "Bond" (in his name) must have the word "runner" and the letter "m" inserted into it, but cannot make sense of the results. He manages to escape, however, by throwing the jar of potassium he had taken from Charnage's factory at them, blowing Wolfgang's hand off and then throwing himself overboard.

After eventually making it to land, he wanders through East London in his drunken state and passes out in an alley. He wakes up to find himself surrounded by a gang of girls, who prepare to beat him up. However, by coincidence, he is in the town of Red Kelly (the boy he met during the events of SilverFin). The leader of the gang is Red's younger sister, Kelly, who immediately takes a shine to James. After getting some food at the local pub, he goes to Red's home and learns that Charnage's business had died several years before due to the fact that the labourers were always dying. James rests for a few hours and eventually determines that Charnage must have been doing a deal with the Russians to build the computer that he is trying to build, the N.E.M.E.S.I.S. machine. Red inadvertently solves the last piece of the puzzle - one of the results James had got earlier, Brunnermond, was actually where a large explosion took place, near the Royal Docks. James realises that the machine is at the Royal docks, in a boat called the Amoras. They get to the Royal docks in an old mail train that Red has been using.

Upon arrival, James and Red's sister sneak up to the boat in a small rowing boat and hide in a bathroom. James locates Fairburn and the three escape to a nearby passenger ship, where they decide to shelter for the night. Kelly, who has demonstrated an interest in James since learning his identity, insists on dancing with him in the ballroom to some music played on an old gramophone. When they decide to turn in, she convinces him to sleep in her bed with her. However, during the night, some intruders get onto the boat and search for them. They are attacked by a Charnage's butler and a Russian man, but are rescued by Kelly's gang. They return to the Amoras and destroy the Nemesis machine, killing Wolfgang and Ludwig in the process and decide to go off and find the Russian in charge - Colonel Irina Sedova (Babushka). They track her down to an abandoned train tunnel and search. Before leaving for the search, Red's sister gives James a kiss. They eventually find Babushka, but she prepares to kill James. James manages to kill her henchman and take his gun. He has it aimed at Babushka's head, but she pleads with him to let her go. James agrees and eventually his friends arrive to help him. He tells Perry Mandeville that he intends to buy the Bentley they saw earlier with the money he won at the casino.

Trivia

  • Charlie Higson's original working titles for Young Bond Book 3 were "Shoot the Moon," "The Big Smoke," and "Six Days in December." [5].
  • 80,000 copies of the first edition were sent to stores wrapped in a special foil wrapper to preserve the secret of the title.[6].
  • Despite the jacket artwork being kept under official wraps until the book launch event on January 3 2007, the skull & cross bones device was touted as a candidate cover back in August 2006.[7]
  • The cover company used by the British Secret Service, "Universal Exports", is mentioned in passing when Bond eyes a warehouse in London.[8]
  • During a card game with James, Sir John Charnage boasts his successes at a casino in the town of Royale-les-Eaux. Royale-les-Eaux is the fictional town where Fleming's Casino Royale takes place. The town is featured again in On Her Majesty's Secret Service where he meets Tracy.
  • The German edition of Double or Die is titled GoldenBoy [9]
  • An important location in Double or Die, the Paradise Club, is referred to in Devil May Care, the 2008 Bond novel written by Sebastian Faulks. Bond visits a club in Tehran with the same name, which evokes a "faint memory of an exciting juvenile visit to the gaming tables." Charlie Higson confirmed in an interview with The Young Bond Dossier that this was a direct reference to his book and not coincidence.[10]

Publication history

  • January 3, 2007, Puffin Books, paperback, first British edition
    • Limited edition, foil wrapped so as to keep the title of the book secret.
  • January 4, 2007, Puffin Books, paperback, first British edition
  • January 14, 2007, Puffin Books, abridged audiobook, first British edition
    • Narrated by Charlie Higson.
  • September 20, 2007, Puffin Books, hardcover, Limited Collector's edition
  • April 22, 2008, Hyperion Books for Children, hardcover, first American edition.
  • April 22, 2008, Listening Library, unabridged audiobook, first American edition
    • Narrated by Nathaniel Parker.
  • March 10, 2009, Hyperion Books for Children/Hyperion Teens Disney, paperback, first American edition.

Footnotes

  1. ^ "Young Bond is BACK in the USA!". The Young Bond Dossier. http://www.youngbonddossier.com/Young_Bond/Danger_Society_News/Entries/2008/4/22_Young_Bond_is_BACK_in_the_USA.html. Retrieved April 22 2008.  
  2. ^ "Double or Die Collector's Edition confirmed". The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/2282E508-A3B4-41E0-A73D-ED0A82C48CB6.html. Retrieved August 16 2007.  
  3. ^ "Double Or Die title official announcement". MI6.co.uk. http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=4612. Retrieved January 3 2007.  
  4. ^ "Video of Double or Die title announcement". The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/61A4D94A-25E1-4919-94F9-11FA10C44E8E.html. Retrieved January 3 2007.  
  5. ^ "Higson reveals Book 3 working titles and details". Working titles. The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/BA9C9CFD-D47F-45BE-857E-DB0D1B52C61F.html. Retrieved May 19 2006.  
  6. ^ "Number of foil wrapped DoD firsts revealed". Working titles. The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/0A7AC622-2C86-4838-A2B5-54E636DD53D2.html. Retrieved June 22 2007.  
  7. ^ "Possible themes for Young Bond book 3 cover art revealed". MI6 .co.uk. http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=3887&catid=105. Retrieved July 14 2006.  
  8. ^ "Tidbits on Double or Die novel, including homages to the Bond canon". MI6.co.uk. http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=4072&catid=105. Retrieved September 9 2006.  
  9. ^ "Young Bond 3 is 'Goldenboy' in Germany". The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/A0835EC4-34C2-4941-850B-F181C3067FEF.html. Retrieved December 12 2006.  
  10. ^ "Charlie in Command". The Young Bond Dossier. http://youngbonddossier.com/Young_Bond/Interview.html. Retrieved Sept 4 2008.  

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Double or Die  
Author Charlie Higson
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Series James Bond / Young Bond
Genre(s) Spy novel
Publisher Puffin Books
Publication date 4 January 2007
Media type Print (Hardcover and Paperback)
Pages 389 pp (first edition, paperback)
ISBN ISBN 0141322039 (first edition, paperback)
OCLC Number 71541562
Preceded by Blood Fever
Followed by Hurricane Gold

Double Or Die is the third novel in the Young Bond series depicting Ian Fleming's superspy James Bond as a teenager in the 1930s. The novel, written by Charlie Higson, was released in the UK by Puffin Books on January 4, 2007, and by Hyperion Books for Children in the United States on April 22, 2008.[1] A special hardcover "Limited Collector's Edition" was released as a Waterstones Bookstore exclusive on October 25, 2007.[2]

The title was announced on January 3, 2007 at the official book launch at Waterstone's in Piccadilly, London. The alternative titles which were available for the public to vote for were "N.E.M.E.S.I.S." and "The Deadlock Cipher".[3][4]

Contents

Plot summary

The story's prologue is set in Highgate Cemetery, where Professor Alexis Fairburn, an Eton beak, is kidnapped by Wolfgang and Ludwig Smith. When he was kidnapped, Fairburn was tracing a tombstone, but leaves the piece of paper he was tracing with. The story itself starts with young James Bond and his friend, Perry Mandeville (leader of the Danger Society) reminiscing the previous days events.

Out of the blue, a letter to Pritpal from Alexis Fairburn comes, regarding Fairburn's resignation from Eton. To Cecil Codrose(house master) and Alimighty Elliot(Headmaster)(who reads the letter along with Pritpal and James), the 'mistakes' were just made by Fairburn because of his scatterbrained personality and eccentricity, but Pritpal soon figures out that the mistakes were there for a reason. James and Pritpal work towards trying to decifer them - the first of them are easy - some wrong names in the letter (Luc Olivier and Speccy Stevens) translate into "Solve seven cryptic clues."

However, they have to get several photographs of the letter, which has been confiscated by Cecil Codrose, before they can continue. Eventually, they get it and continue. They determine that they have to solve the puzzle of a certain crossword in the next The Times and eventually determine that "Gordian Knot" means that they must meet a man nicknamed "Gordius," who is coming to Pritpal's next Crossword Society meeting. James decides to come along to the meeting, but all the man does is play a game of Hearts, during which time James wins five pounds. The man gives his name as "Professor Ivar Peterson," who is a professor at Cambridge University. However, James and Pritpal do not believe him. James arranges with his friend, Perry Mandeville to go to Cambridge University, which will work as he is intending to go off to London on his father's birthday leave.

Before James can go to London, there is a break in at the school and the matron is forced to leave the school out of shock. James is sure that the intruder was intending to take something related to Fairburn. James decides to leave for London with Perry at once and learns that one more clue, when solved, says that Fairburn has actually been kidnapped and James realises that the former Maths beak is in danger. He and Perry drive to London in his Bramford and Martin. On the way, they spy an old Bentley that is for sale. Eventually, they arrive in London and James goes off to Cambridge University to find Professor Peterson. Eventually, he asks his porter if he can see him and he agrees. However, when he goes into his office, he discovers that Professor Peterson has been murdered with an Apache revolver bayonet. The killer is, in fact, still in the room and James flees before he can be attacked.

James then reads a letter that he took from Peterson's desk and finds the name "John Charnage" in it. Before he can work out what it means, the killer James had seen arrives in a Daimler vehicle with his accomplice. It is clear to the reader that the killers were Ludwig and Wolfgang, the two men who had kidnapped Fairburn. James flees in the Bramford and Martin, but the men give chase and eventually, James ends up in a river. He manages to escape the vehicle before it explodes and hides under a bridge.

James passes out from the cold and wakes up in a hospital. After managing to steal a suit and his shoes, James hitches a ride to Perry's house in a taxi. After a light breakfast with Perry, the two realise that "John Charnage" is actually Sir John Charnage, a local businessman whose father used to own a chemical factory. The two pay him a visit, but James is recognised as the boy that was seen leaving the scene of Professor Peterson's murder. He locks them in a room and leaves seemingly to call the police. James and Perry try and escape, but they are spotted and only narrowly escape by throwing a basket of groceries that a boy was delivering at Charnage. They flag down a taxi and manage to get to Hackney, where the Eton Mission is and for which Pritpal and Tommy Chong are working.

The group solve the remains of the puzzle and determine two things - they need to check Room 5 of The Royal College of Surgeons and then go to Highgate Cemetery. They go to the museum first and discover the name "Charles Babbage," who had tried to invent two machines for solving mathematical problems that were basically and early computer and determine that Charnage is trying to build one of these machines. They then head down to Highgate cemetery and meet a tramp named Theo who is living in the cemetery. He casually tells them that the cemetery houses Karl Marx, the man who had come up with the idea of Communism and "the man who turned the Russian bear red." At that moment, Wolfgang and Ludwig arrive at the graveyard and kill the tramp. James and Perry flee and split up. James hides in the trunk of the killers' Daimler and is led straight to Fairburn's kidnapper - Charnage. When they arrive, James sets alight the Daimler and, in the confusion, enters the building.

James finds himself in an old, abandoned Chemical factory and finds his way to a room marked "Hazardous Chemicals." He steals a bottle of Potassium from it. However, he is discovered and is forced to escape. He discovers that the factory has been changed into an illegal underground casino. James tries to find a way out, but an American man who has just lost a fortune in the casino forces him to help him win back his money in Roulette, preventing him from escaping. Eventually, James is caught and taken to Charnage, who decides that he needs to kill him. To do this, he forces him to drink a large amount of Gin. Drunk and with a damaged liver, James is then dragged by Ludwig and Wolfgang to a barge and they prepare to throw him into the River Thames. In his drunken state, he works out the rest of the crossword and determines that the word "Bond" (in his name) must have the word "runner" and the letter "m" inserted into it, but cannot make sense of the results. He manages to escape, however, by throwing the jar of potassium he had taken from Charnage's factory at them, blowing Wolfgang's hand off and then throwing himself overboard.

After eventually making it to land, he wanders through East London in his drunken state and passes out in an alley. He wakes up to find himself surrounded by a gang of girls, who prepare to beat him up. However, by coincidence, he is in the town of Red Kelly (the boy he met during the events of SilverFin). The leader of the gang is Red's younger sister, Kelly, who immediately takes a shine to James. After getting some food at the local pub, he goes to Red's home and learns that Charnage's business had died several years before because the labourers were always dying. James rests for a few hours and eventually determines that Charnage must have been doing a deal with the Russians to build the computer that he is trying to build, the N.E.M.E.S.I.S. machine. Red inadvertently solves the last piece of the puzzle - one of the results James had got earlier, Brunnermond, was actually where a large explosion took place, near the Royal Docks. James realises that the machine is at the Royal docks, in a boat called the Amoras. They get to the Royal docks in an old mail train that Red has been using.

Upon arrival, James and Red's sister sneak up to the boat in a small rowing boat and hide in a bathroom. James locates Fairburn and the three escape to a nearby passenger ship, where they decide to shelter for the night. Kelly, who has demonstrated an interest in James since learning his identity, insists on dancing with him in the ballroom to some music played on an old gramophone. When they decide to turn in, she convinces him to sleep in her bed with her. However, during the night, some intruders get onto the boat and search for them. They are attacked by a Charnage's butler and a Russian man, but are rescued by Kelly's gang. They return to the Amoras and destroy the Nemesis machine, killing Wolfgang and Ludwig in the process and decide to go off and find the Russian in charge - Colonel Irina Sedova (Babushka). They track her down to an abandoned train tunnel and search. Before leaving for the search, Red's sister gives James a kiss. They eventually find Babushka, but she prepares to kill James. James manages to kill her henchman and take his gun. He has it aimed at Babushka's head, but she pleads with him to let her go. James agrees and eventually his friends arrive to help him. He tells Perry Mandeville that he intends to buy the Bentley they saw earlier with the money he won at the casino.

Trivia

  • Charlie Higson's original working titles for Young Bond Book 3 were "Shoot the Moon," "The Big Smoke," and "Six Days in December." [5].
  • 80,000 copies of the first edition were sent to stores wrapped in a special foil wrapper to preserve the secret of the title.[6].
  • Despite the jacket artwork being kept under official wraps until the book launch event on January 3, 2007, the skull & cross bones device was touted as a candidate cover back in August 2006.[7]
  • The cover company used by the British Secret Service, "Universal Exports", is mentioned in passing when Bond eyes a warehouse in London.[8]
  • During a card game with James, Sir John Charnage boasts his successes at a casino in the town of Royale-les-Eaux. Royale-les-Eaux is the fictional town where Fleming's Casino Royale takes place. The town is featured again in On Her Majesty's Secret Service where he meets Tracy.
  • The German edition of Double or Die is titled GoldenBoy [9]
  • An important location in Double or Die, the Paradise Club, is referred to in Devil May Care, the 2008 Bond novel written by Sebastian Faulks. Bond visits a club in Tehran with the same name, which evokes a "faint memory of an exciting juvenile visit to the gaming tables." Charlie Higson confirmed in an interview with The Young Bond Dossier that this was a direct reference to his book and not coincidence.[10]

Publication history

  • January 3, 2007, Puffin Books, paperback, first British edition
    • Limited edition, foil wrapped so as to keep the title of the book secret.
  • January 4, 2007, Puffin Books, paperback, first British edition
  • January 14, 2007, Puffin Books, abridged audiobook, first British edition
    • Narrated by Charlie Higson.
  • September 20, 2007, Puffin Books, hardcover, Limited Collector's edition
  • April 22, 2008, Hyperion Books for Children, hardcover, first American edition.
  • April 22, 2008, Listening Library, unabridged audiobook, first American edition
    • Narrated by Nathaniel Parker.
  • March 10, 2009, Hyperion Books for Children/Hyperion Teens Disney, paperback, first American edition.

Footnotes

  1. ^ "Young Bond is BACK in the USA!". The Young Bond Dossier. http://www.youngbonddossier.com/Young_Bond/Danger_Society_News/Entries/2008/4/22_Young_Bond_is_BACK_in_the_USA.html. Retrieved April 22, 2008. 
  2. ^ "Double or Die Collector's Edition confirmed". The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/2282E508-A3B4-41E0-A73D-ED0A82C48CB6.html. Retrieved August 16, 2007. [dead link]
  3. ^ "Double Or Die title official announcement". MI6.co.uk. http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=4612. Retrieved January 3, 2007. 
  4. ^ "Video of Double or Die title announcement". The Young Bond Dossier. Archived from the original on January 29, 2007. http://web.archive.org/web/20070129144837/http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/61A4D94A-25E1-4919-94F9-11FA10C44E8E.html. Retrieved January 3, 2007. 
  5. ^ "Higson reveals Book 3 working titles and details". Working titles. The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/BA9C9CFD-D47F-45BE-857E-DB0D1B52C61F.html. Retrieved May 19, 2006. [dead link]
  6. ^ "Number of foil wrapped DoD firsts revealed". Working titles. The Young Bond Dossier. Archived from the original on July 5, 2007. http://web.archive.org/web/20070705212132/http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/0A7AC622-2C86-4838-A2B5-54E636DD53D2.html. Retrieved June 22, 2007. 
  7. ^ "Possible themes for Young Bond book 3 cover art revealed". MI6 .co.uk. http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=3887&catid=105. Retrieved July 14, 2006. 
  8. ^ "Tidbits on Double or Die novel, including homages to the Bond canon". MI6.co.uk. http://www.mi6.co.uk/news/index.php?itemid=4072&catid=105. Retrieved September 9, 2006. 
  9. ^ "Young Bond 3 is 'Goldenboy' in Germany". The Young Bond Dossier. http://web.mac.com/zencato/iWeb/Young_Bond/News/A0835EC4-34C2-4941-850B-F181C3067FEF.html. Retrieved December 12, 2006. [dead link]
  10. ^ "Charlie in Command". The Young Bond Dossier. http://youngbonddossier.com/Young_Bond/Interview.html. Retrieved Sept 4 2008. 

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