Candlelighting: 8:05pm

Congregation Ohr Torah
Weekly Announcements
Rabbi Yaakov Luban – Rabbi
Russell Adler- President
Parshas Vayikra 6 Adar II 5774 March 8, 2014 Candlelighting: 5:37 PM
For funeral and Shiva email and phone mail announcements RABBI MEIR GOLDWICHT TO SPEAK
Mincha: 5:45PM
contact Reena Greenspan 732-828-5642 (home) 732-678-8848 THIS SHABBOS
Shacharis: 7:45, 9 & 9:15AM
This Shabbos, March 8, our Shul wil have Rabbi Hoffman’s Shiur after Hashkama
the honor of having the Drasha be delivered Z’man Krias Shma (G’RA): 9:14AM
To get on the Ohr Torah e-mail list, please contact Gene Rabbi Luban’s Sotah Shiur : 4:40pm Mincha: 1:30 & 5:30 PM
beloved Maggid Shiur at Yeshiva University Shalosh Seudos Speaker: Danny Rosenblatt
Maariv: 6:40 PM
Rabbi Goldwicht, a prominent Israeli scholar, PLEASE NOTE: Daylight Savings Time
begins at 2:00 AM Sunday
Weekday Shacharis:
Sunday 7:15, 8 & 9 AM

Chicago). Mazel tov to Henry & Sheila Studies, is the head of the new Stone Beit Mon. 6:17, 7:05 & 8 AM
Schanzer, Claire Kreitman and the entire Earliest Talis and Tefillin: 6:24 Rabbi Goldwicht joined YU as a Rosh Yeshiva Tues,Wed., & Fri. 6:30, 7:10 & 8 AM
Thurs (Taanis Esther) SEE BOX
who wil receive the Keter Shem Tov award Earliest Talis and Tefillin: 6:20 Weekday Mincha/ Maariv:
Weekday Maariv 10:10 PM
renowned rabbinic authorities Rabbi Zalman engagement of their son, Tzvi, to Gratzia HaGaon Betzal el Zolti Zt"l chief Rabbi of Rabbi Luban’s Sheilos U’teshuvos Shiur: Rose of Far Rockaway, NY. Mazel Tov to her Jerusalem, and Rabbi Ovadyah Yosef Zt”l, parents, Shulamit and Chaim Katz, and to HaRav Roshi of Israel. Rabbi Goldwicht has Wednesday Night Kol el Learning: 8-10:10 PM DAF YOMI SCHEDULE for Daylight Savings
and has given Shiurim extensively at Stern Semicha of Rabbi Avi Tiefenbrunn. Semicha Col ege, all over the metropolitan area, and Shabbos – One hour before Mincha (no Shiur at Yeshiva. Mazel Tov as wel to Avi’s wife, TAANIS ESTHER SCHEDULE
Naomi, and to the Tiefenbrunn and Sarfaty Thursday March 13
Kiddush sponsorship is available for March 15th, 22nd & 29th HASHKAMA KIDDUSH
and April 5th. To sponsor a Kiddush or reserve the Kiddush Kiddush after Hashkama Minyan is sponsored room, please contact Mel Barenholtz in person, or by phone To sponsor a Shalosh Seudos, please contact Moshe Wiesel. PURIM SCHEDULE
Kiddush is co-sponsored by the following OHR TORAH NEWSLETTER
Maariv Motzei Shabbos (March 15): 7:50 PM
To subscribe to these Announcements, please see the Ohr Purim preparation such as donning costumes BUILDING DEDICATION OPPORTUNITIES
have al owed ample time to go home after Contact Moshe Schneider at 732-618-4702 or at Maariv, recite Havdalah, don costumes and then return to Shul for Megil ah reading. Megillah: 8:45 (promptly) & 10:15 PM
Shacharis (Sunday): 7, 8 & 9 AM
To dedicate a Yahrzeit Plaque or a Leaf for the Lobby Women’s Megillah: 10:00 AM
EitzChayim Tree, please contact Moish Nat by sending Mincha: 12:45 and 4:30 PM
a detailed fax with all dedicatory wording to 732-759-8558. Maariv: 7:30, 10:10 PM
For more info, call Moish at 732-759-8070 during work days SHALOSH SEUDOS
Ohr Torah wil be developing a database of Book/Seforim Dedications of al types are available contact Yahrtzeits of relatives of both our male and female members for the purpose of sending HOUSEKEEPING
reminder notifications and assisting the For housekeeping issues and inquiries contact Lou Smith at OHR TORAH YOUTH PROGRAM EVENTS
purpose wil be circulated soon and paper Children can register for events on Ohr Torah’s website copies wil be available for completion in Shul “” or by calling Mayer Berg at 732-572-3429. on Purim. The form wil contain space for up REFUAH SHLEIMAH LEARNING
to 3 relatives but members are encouraged various schedules of learning as a Z’chus for a to complete additional forms, if necessary. RefuahShleimah for members of our shul and community.
For additional information, contact Ralph FUNERAL/ SHIVA ANNOUNCEMENTS
REMINDER: The emergency Defibril ator is mounted on the wal in the hal way. PLEASE SEE REVERSE SIDE FOR MORE OHR TORAH INFORMATION NEW SHUL POLICY
In response to concerns raised by members regarding the decorum during the Rabbi's -On Motzei Shabbat March 15th, Ohr Torah YESHIVAS MORDECHAI HATZADIK FATHER
Drasha, the Board voted unanimously that has a grand celebration planned for Purim & SON LEARNING IS BACK!
the doors to the sanctuary should be locked night. It wil be a magical evening as the Come join over 60,000 fathers and sons worldwide in learning Torah this Purim. The learning wil take during the Rabbi's Drasha to prevent entry place at the Agudah on Purim from 12:45 - until the Drasha is completed. We invite children starting at 8:30PM during Megil ah 1:45 fol owed by Mincha. Al boys who attend wil reading upstairs. After Megil ah reading, receive a FREE prize as wel as being entered into meeting, as to the best way to implement come downstairs to the Kiddush Room where a raffle with a chance to win some fabulous prizes we wil have lively music, a face painter, including an electric scooter! Al are welcome to SHUL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
caricaturist, strol ing magic, great food, come in costumes. Yeshivas Mordechai Hatzadik is There wil be a general membership meeting an independent project and is not affiliated with on March 25 at 8:30 PM with the fol owing any particular Shul or school. Al of Klal Yisroel are CONDOLENCES
We are very sorry to announce the passing 1) Visit from YU Rosh Yeshiva Rav Meir Goldwicht of the mother of Miriam Sultan, a longtime this Shabbat. In honor of Yeshiva University's Aliyah. Miriam wil be sitting shiva at the Park/Edison community is hosting YU Rosh 5. Rental Committee - New Rental Contract home of David Schwartz, 3 Victorian Lane Yeshiva Rav Meir Goldwicht this Shabbat. Rav 6. Closure of doors during Rabbi's Drasha Brookvil e, Long Island, on Motzei Shabbos Goldwicht wil deliver a special pre-Purim shiur at SHABBAT ACROSS AMERICA
Ahavas Achim at 4:30 on Shabbat afternoon. Please join us for "Hadas Zu Esther: Sense of welcome our guests who are joining us this 2) Shiur on Amalek and Conversion Tuesday Shabbos as part of Shabbat Across America COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS
night, March 11. Ahavas Achim University presents taking place at almost 500 locations across BREAKFAST RECEPTION
Our community wil be honored to host a breakfast March 11, 8 pm. in the Beit Midrash. The guest welcome Rutgers students who are part of reception in honor of the Vaad L'Hatzolas Nidchei lecturer wil be Rabbi Yaakov Feit, who wil discuss the Rutgers Jewish Experience Shabbaton. Yisroel, an organization that has done and "If You Can't Beat 'Em Join 'Em: Can an Amalekite We thank you al for joining us and hope that continues to do amazing work with Yidden in Convert?" Rabbi Feit is a member of the Judaic Studies Faculty at the Joseph Kushner Hebrew Russia and abroad. Sunday, March 9, at 9:30 Academy and Rae Kushner Yeshiva High School Edison/Highland Park community. Please let a.m. at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Hesh Granek, 495 and is the administrator of the Beit Din for Geirus us know if there's anything we can do to Harrison Street, HP. The reception wil be graced by the Nasi of the Vaad, HoRav R' Matisyahu of the Rabbinical Council of Bergen County. Salomon, Shlita, who wil address the gathering ANNUAL PURIM COSTUME GEMACH
We are very pleased to announce that OE's 7th The annual Ohr Torah Shaimos col ection wil LAST MISHMAR OF THE SEASON
Annual Purim Costume Gemach wil be open this take place on Sunday, March 23, 9:30 AM – Mishmar at RPRY is at 8:00 PM this week. and March 9th (10am to 2pm) at Ohav Emeth Pick up a "New to You" costume or donate your gently coordinating this effort once again this year. Thanks to al for their help in publicizing this. used costumes. Many accessories as wel . OT YOUTH EVENTS FOR MARCH
Suggested $5 donation per costume borrowed. The next retiree lunch and learn program is scheduled for Tuesday, March 25, at 12 noon. The Cal or email Shari Gordon at (732) 572-9192 - Torah wil be going by school bus from the program wil include a light buffet lunch fol owed Shul to the Big Apple Circus located in a by a showing of the video Orchestra of Exile. The CHILDREN’S FUND IN MEMORY OF DINA
heated tent adjacent to TD Bank Ballpark in video depicts the founding of what evolved into Bridgewater, NJ. We wil return to the Shul the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. Dr. Mark Newly designed beautiful Purim Shalach Manos at 7:30 PM. This program is for children and Kligman, a Professor of Jewish Musicology, wil cards are available for $3.00 each from the Children's Fund in Memory of Dina Eisner. Al parents. Al children six and under must be proceeds from the sale enable The Children's Fund accompanied by an adult. The all-new show immediately fol owing it. There is a charge of $10 to help subsidize needed services for many local entitled "Luminocity" includes acrobats, wire- per person to help defray the cost of the luncheon. children. To obtain cards, please contact: Tova walkers, performers on a double trapeze, Josefovitz - (732) 572-9432, Shoshana Diskind jugglers the Big Apple Circus Band and many at [email protected] 732-572-5998, or Mildred (732) 572-7755, Janice Lustiger (732) 819-4919 or 732 572-1712 to register your intention to attend. NORPAC MISSION
transportation for al reservations made by Join us on our annual Mission to Washington event Congregation Ohav Emeth invites you to a unique opportunity to taste award-winning wines from Motzei Shabbat March 8. On the day of the Israel’s Shomron region. Tura Estate Winery wil event, the price goes up to $35 per person. on Wednesday, April 30, 2014. On a single-day trip be presenting their wines on March 8th at 8:30 PM you wil meet with Members of Congress and their staff, and share your concerns with them about at OE. Tura Estate Winery is located in Rechelim children while you prepare for Purim. You foreign aid to Israel, Iran sanctions, security (near Ariel) with its vineyards on Har HaBrochah can make reservations by sending an email cooperation, and more. Help us make a difference (Har Gerizim). Al wines are certified OU-Kosher once again! Buses leave for Washington from our enhances the taste of the wines. You wil be able PM .There wil be briefings on the bus. Al to order wines in time to have them for Purim and Pesach. In addition, OU kosher for Passover olive meals wil be provided. Register now for the early oil from their olive trees in Shiloh wil be available. WINE AND CHEESE TASTING 2
Adults - $125, Students - $75 (must be over 12. Those under 18 must be accompanied by a Sunday, March 9th at 7pm: Cong Etz Ahaim wil hold its annual Wine and Cheese Tasting featuring PLEASE HELP KEEP THE SHUL NEAT…PLEASE RETURN SIDDURIM & CHUMASHIM TO THE REAR OF THE SANCTUARY AFTER DAVENING.
Royal Wines sommelier Zvi Bornstein. We wil Bikur Cholim is looking for men who are able to with Israeli friends and staff who share the have a selection of Chalav Yisrael cheeses. Etz read the Megil ah on Purim for people who are in beauty, excitement and complexities of their Ahaim is located at 230 Denison Street in Highland the hospital or home-bound. Anyone who is able country with you. This trip is a gift from Taglit- Park. For reservations and more info please Birthright Israel. For more info or to sign up, KIDNEY RECEIVED!
Rabbi Yitzchak Etshalom wil be speaking at OE on your tefil os and concern. Chasdei Hashem, our the topic of "Esther's Bril iant Plan: The Megiliah other Thursday! From 7:30-9!! Come learn al friend Tzvi received a kidney last week and is B”H and Psych 101:, this Sunday, March 9th at 9:30 about the beautiful mitzvah of baking chal ah and on the mend. Please do keep Tzvi ben Frimmet in AM. Special Sponsor's Breakfast with Rabbi then have fun shaping and braiding your very own Etshalom wil be from 8:45AM - 9:20AM. Rabbi chal ah - Boys learning with Yoni and Adam May we celebrate Smachot together! Thank you, Etshalom is a dynamic and exciting educator in the every Thursday night from 9-9:45!! Check out the LA community. Sponsorships of $36-$100 include Facebook page or contact Yoni Sherman or CLOTHING DRIVE
admission and breakfast. Suggested donation of Adam Baruch for more info regarding location. Clothing Drive: Congregation Ahavas Yisrael needs $10 per person or $20 per family for the lecture -- Bible & BBQ every Tuesday at Park Place from children's clothing which are in excel ent condition 7:30-9 Hang out with friends, enjoy free dinner, for its annual children's clothing drive. Please drop and learn awesome Torah!! -- March 7-8 Shabbos off clothing at: Rivka Jaffe: 16 Price Drive, Edison, In Shushan Friday night dinner, and melave NJ or at Ida Scheiner: 238 Harrison Ave., Highland Park, NJ. The clothing drive committee LEARN ABOUT AND UNDERSTAND THE
also requests for volunteers to help set up and/or CHOL HAMOED PESACH
manage the drive (chessed hours wil be al otted). SESAME STREET LIVE:
Join us at the Hebrew Institute of Riverdale to To volunteer for this important community event The PTA of the Chai Early Childhood Center in East hear Rabbi Steven Exler give the Shabbat morning please contact: Ida Scheiner (732) 247-3073. Al Brunswick's annual fundraiser: Order your tickets drasha, this Shabbat,March 8th, titled: “Gittin, Get are welcome to "shop" at Congregation Ahavas for "Sesame Live" at the State Theater in New Refusal and Understanding the Pre- and Post- Yisrael on Sun. March 30 for children's clothing Brunswick. The show is Thursday, April 17 at Nuptial Agreement.” We wil fol ow up that (sizes infant- XL). Donations are optional. Col ecting Sheitels: Keren Kol Kal ah - established Tickets are $18 (note kids under 1-year-old get a demonstrating the Halakhic issues surrounding get to provide orphan and destitute kal ahs in Israel FREE LAP VOUCHER). To order tickets, contact Elie and agunah – between Mincha and Maariv. The with essential needs. Donated custom sheitels, Hebrew Institute of Riverdale – The Bayit is some brand-new, some gently worn, are sold to located at 3700 Henry Hudson Parkway, Bronx, NY women in Israel who would not otherwise have you order, the better your seats. Checks can be the funds to buy a quality wig. Al the money made out to "Chabad of East Brunswick." raised at the sale goes towards a hachnasas kallah Be Part of the Solution – Do Your Part to Stand Up fund which helps needy brides in Eretz Yisrael. for Agunot: The most powerful activist step we Sheitels can be dropped off by Aviva, 16 can each take to end the problem of agunot Edgemount Road, Edison. For more info, please The ACTT (Achieving Change Through Torah)
(chained women) in our community is to sign a program helps individuals succeed in making
Halakhic pre- and post-nuptial agreement which meaningful and lasting changes in their lives. The facilitates the timely giving of a get if a marriage FOR WOMEN
source book for the entire year is: Step by terminates. The Hebrew Institute of Riverdale – -CAKE POP DECORATING CLASS WITH THE CAKE
Step compiled by Rabbi Dovid Weinberger. See the The Bayit, located at 3700 Henry Hudson Parkway, Bronx, NY wil be holding a Post-Nup Signing Learning Schedule (Modules page) and for al the Ceremony and Celebration on Sunday night, Mar. Do your cake pops look like your toddlers art event audio presentations. For more info, e- project? Need help coming up with creative decorating ideas? Cake Pop Shopee wil teach you SIGN UP TO RUN WITH TEAM CNJKIDS
the skil s you need to show off your hidden RUTGERS HILLEL ALUMNI RECEPTION
creativity! Join us in a cake pop decorating class Rutgers Jewish Alumni are invited to a reception CNJKIDS for A Run in the Park-Highland Park 5k. which wil also serve as a fundraiser for the youth sponsored by the Rutgers Hil el Alumni Association department at Ahavas Achim. THIS Saturday on Saturday, March 8th at 8pm at the home of the TEAM CNJKIDS link and begin to get sponsors night, March 8th from 8-9:30pm. $25 covers cost Leslie and Josh Ostrin, 221 Riverview Ave, to help mitigate future tuition increases at local of cake pop decorating lesson, plus 5 cake pops Highland Park, NJ 08904. Catch up with old per person to decorate and munch on. Have a friends, taste Israeli craft beer from Malka Local Participant in Jerusalem Marathon
great time with your friends while helping the Brewery, and learn more about what’s happening Chaim Reiss is running in the Jerusalem Half youth department of AA do its great work. Please on campus. Space is limited. RSVP by Monday Marathon on behalf of SHALVA on March 21, March 3rd. Couvert is $10. To RSVP for the 2014. SHALVA is an organization that provides support for mental y and physical y chal enged Sundays at 9:30 AM in a downstairs classroom at children and their families in Israel. Chaim is Congregation Ohr Torah. The group meets in the running as part of the team from Rae Kushner zechus of a refuah shelaimah for Menachem Yeshiva High School. Al money raised goes Mordechai ben Ophira and other Cholim in the 545-2407. Al food and beverages served wil be -Tiferes, a Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation BIKUR CHOLIM SEEKS MEGILLAH READERS
payable to SHALVA to 401 Grant Avenue, Highland Shabbos, March 8 at 8:45 PM at the home of Aviva Park, NJ 08904. Please write Chaim Reiss in the Siegel, 16 Edgemount Rd, Edison. An inspirational DVD wil be shown: “Behind the Mask”. Speakers: TAGLIT-BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL
Registration for this FREE spring or summer trip to Caton. Weekly teleconferences with topics such as Israel opens at 10 am for al applicants. With shalom bayis and parenting are also available to Shorashim and JNF you experience the awesome adventure of Israel from the inside, through the Current teleconference: “Building Healthy Self- eyes and hearts of Israeli peers. Travel for 10 days Esteem”. Speaker: Mrs. Tammie Karmel. For more PLEASE HELP KEEP THE SHUL NEAT…PLEASE RETURN SIDDURIM & CHUMASHIM TO THE REAR OF THE SANCTUARY AFTER DAVENING.
information or to become a member, please Please cal 732-247-ERUV for status of the Eruv. Monday, March 10. For more info, please contact Parshas Tzav
Highland Park / Edison group of Tiferes is zecher -The Women’s Learning Initiative can conduct a Ohr Torah can be found on the internet at women’s Torah class in your home. For more PARK MIKVAH
information on how to initiate a class, please The Edison/Highland Park Mikvah wil be open email list for Weekly Announcements. Any ideas and comments about the site can be sent to -Mrs. Leah Dril man’s Shimiras Haloshon SAVINGS TIME, Sunday-Thursday 9-11pm and class: Mon. night, March 10 from 7:30 PM – 8:00 Saturday nights, March 15 and March 22, 9-11pm. PM at the home of El en Smith, 407 North Eighth Sunday night, March 16, the mikvah wil be open submit al announcements by 7 PM Wednesday. Ave., Edison. For more info, please cal El en from 9-11pm. Friday nights are by APPOINTMENT ONLY, and should be made before Thursday at PLEASE NOTE: Please make sure that you leave
8:30pm. You must arrive and leave during regular a contact/cal back name and phone # in case here Monday, March 10 at 9AM at the home of Rikki hours or there is an additional $20 fee. For info is a question regarding the item you wish to be regarding inclement weather hours, or to schedule printed, otherwise it may not be included. -SemPlus shiur for post seminary girls on an appointment, please cal 732-249-2411. Wed, March 12 at the Aguda, upstairs classroom. KEYLIM MIKVAH HOURS OF OPERATION
Ohr Torah Keylim Mikvah hours are, official y, 7:15 – 9:45 AM on Sunday mornings. Additional y, sefer, “The Six Constant Mitzvos” by Rabbi the Keylim Mikvah can be used when the Shul is Yitzchak Berkowitz class on Sunday, March 9 at open during Minyan hours. The Shul is locked (for Cong. Etz Ahaim, 230 Dennison St, Highland security purposes) during non-Minyan hours. If you need special access, please speak to a Shul Gabbai. Please leave the area clean and neat. women: Tefil ah class on Sunday, March 9 at LOCAL ERUV
R. Moshe Weinberger (1854-1940)
One of the more intriguing, strong minded and contentious individuals who lived in America during the massive wave of Eastern European immigrants, in the latter decades of the 1800s and early decades of the 20th century was Rabbi Moshe Weinberger. Born in 1854 in Hungary, Moshe Weinberger studied with several distinguished Hungarian rabbis, including R. Samuel Ehrenfeld, R. Elazar Loew and R. Meir Perles. Arriving in the United States in 1880, he had difficulty finding a rabbinic position, and engaged in various types of business to earn a livelihood. In 1887, Weinberger published ha-Yehudim veha-Yahadut be-New York, a controversial critique of Jewish life in America. Written in Hebrew,* the book was directed to his brethren in Europe. Weinberger scorned American society as materialistic, lacking in appropriate family values and a spiritual danger to observant Jews. He cautioned his former countrymen in Europe about the poor standards of kashruth and Jewish education, and dismissed the low level of talmud knowledge of rabbis serving American congregations. He chided Jews for luring chazanim with inflated salaries to fil synagogue pews, and he regarded as wasteful the magnificent synagogue buildings some Jews felt Weinberger nonetheless remained in America, and three years after publication of his strongly worded book, he accepted a rabbinic position at Congregation B'nai Israel Anshei Ungarn in Scranton, Pennsylvania. In 1893, he became rabbi at Congregation Ohev Shalom in Philadelphia, and two years later returned to New York to become rabbi of Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Anshei Ungarn, on the Lower East Side. The year that Weinberger returned to New York (1895) he tried to establish what would have become America’s first yeshiva. After devoting many hours toward the development of a curriculum and trying to raise funds for the institution, the project col apsed, and the yeshiva, which was to be cal ed Or Ha-Hayyim, never opened. Weinberger's relationship with his congregants at the Beth Hamidrash Hagadol Anshei Ungarn became increasingly divisive. While Weinberger was devoted to scholarly interests, publishing his derashot, and articles on halacha, his congregants felt that he neglected the needs of the shul and its congregants. Tension between the rabbi and his opponents came to an ugly climax in 1906. Prior to Pesach of that year, Rabbi Weinberger had opened a matzah business to supplement his income. Many of his congregants were incensed that the rabbi would again focus attention on his own needs, rather than, what they regarded, as the interests of the shul. On the last day of Pesach 1906, undisciplined shouting erupted during the rabbi’s sermon, which lead to physical violence in shul. The police were cal ed to quel the disturbance. Weinberger resigned from his rabbinic position, placed a ban on the shul, and published a treatise rebuking his former congregants. Rabbi Weinberger spent the rest of his life operating a matzah baking business. In 1916, Aron Streit became his partner. Initial y, they prepared only hand baked matzah, at the Weinberger & Streit Matzoh Baking Co. on Pitt Street. In 1925, Weinberger, Aron Streit and one of his sons opened a machine bakery on Rivington Street. The business eventual y grew into the wel known Streits Inc. which, remarkably, stil stands to this day, as it has since 1925, in four low-rise tenement buildings on Rivington Street. While other matzah companies have sold their interest to larger corporations, Streits Inc. remains a family business operated by Aron Streit’s granddaughters and great grandsons. Incidental y, there is a soon to be released a documentary scheduled at several film festivals titled Streits: Matzo and the American Dream. As for Rabbi Moshe Weinberger, he died on June 13, 1940, in Brooklyn, New York. He is buried not far from the grave of Rabbi Jacob Joseph, former “Chief Rabbi” of New York. Ha-Yehudim ve-ha-Yahadut b'New York was translated into English by Jonathan Sarna under the title People Walk on Their Heads: Jews and Judaism in New York PLEASE HELP KEEP THE SHUL NEAT…PLEASE RETURN SIDDURIM & CHUMASHIM TO THE REAR OF THE SANCTUARY AFTER DAVENING.


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