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Vol. XVIII, No. 22
Kislev 19 - 25, 5774
Jay Weinstein, Rabbi
732.254.1860 x2 (office)
Shabbat Parshat Vayeishev
Elliot Denenberg, Editor
Aron Adams, President
Yaakov Wasser, Inaugural Rabbi
NEXT NEWSLETTER DEADLINE IS
Wednesday Nov 27th at NOON
All submissions must be emailed to
On those weeks when our Shul Secretary is
away on vacation, the Newsletter will be
emailed but not printed.
To Dalia Adams on the occasion of her becoming a
Bat Mitzvah and to her parents, Leslie & Aron
Adams and to sister Rachel and brother Jason.
Also to Dalia’s grandparents Anita & Elliot
Goodman and Laura & Jerry Adams and all of
Dalia’s family and friends who have joined her
Shabbat to celebrate with her.
To Debbie & Jeff Chustckie on the engagement of
their daughter Danielle
to Adam Blank, of
Livingston N.J. Also to
brother Bryan, sister
(Safta) Rachel Sambul
and to Adam's parents,
Sandra & Howie Blank,
siblings, Jessica & Noam,
Josh, Danny and
grandparents Marilyn &
Leon Moed and Harriet & George Blank. May we
continue to share Smachot!
To Susan & Shimmy Engelhardt on the
engagement of their son David to Avital Littman,
and to Deborah &
Baruch Littman of Los
& Rachela Engelhardt
and Gloria & Philip
Gold. Also to siblings
Nachi and Jonathan
Engelhardt and Penina & Rafi Prager and Shimon
& Rivka Littman.
To Rabbi Shlomo and Shaindy Landau on the birth
of a baby boy.
Mazal tov on the birth of a girl to newest shul
members Shira and Pinchas Madnick this past
Wednesday evening. Mazal tov also to
grandparents Cindy and Alan Lichtbroun, Esther
and Norman Madnick of Brooklyn, New York, greatgrandparents Rita and Stanley Marderstein of
Boynton Beach, Florida and Helen Lichtbroun of
Monsey, New York, as well as the extended family
of uncles, aunts, and cousins.
November 22 - 28 2013
Candle Light ......................................... 4:18PM
Shkia .................................................... 4:36PM
Shabbat Shacharit ....................... 8:00, 9:00AM
Latest Sh’ma......................................... 9:18AM
Shabbat Mincha .................................... 4:10PM
Shabbat Maariv..................................... 5:17PM
Shabbat Ends ....................................... 5:25PM
Sun Shacharit .............................. 7:30, 8:30AM
Mon Shacharit ............................. 6:20, 8:00AM
Tues/Wed Shacharit .................... 6:30, 8:00AM
Light First Chanukah Candle on Wednesday
Night ........................... no earlier than 4:53PM
Should burn at least until ................... 5:23PM
Thurs Shacharit (Chanukah I + Thanksgiving)
.................................................... 7:30, 8:30AM
Fri Shacharit Chanukah II ............ 6:20, 8:00PM
Sun - Thurs Mincha/Maariv ................... 4:15PM
Sun Late Maariv .................................. 8:30PM
Mon-Thurs Late Maariv ......................... 9:30PM
Light Chanukah Candles III prior to ... 4:14PM
Should burn at least until .................. 5:22PM
Candle Lighting next week .................... 4:14PM
Mikvah Hours – It is imperative that men not
assemble or remain in the Mikvah area and/or
the parking area nearby, 15 minutes prior to
and until 15 minutes after the times designated
Motzei Shb’t . -1½ hrs after Shb’t ends - for 2 hrs
Weekdays ................................... 9:00-11:00PM
Friday & Yom Tov ........ by Appointment Only
Eruv status 732.254.1860 X5
TEEN MINYAN DELUXE KIDDUSH
Sponsored by the Raab Family in honor of Eric’s
SEUDAT SHLISHIT SPONSORS
Leslie & Aron Adams in honor of Dalia’s Bat
Mitzvah. The guest speaker will be Dalia’s
grandfather, Elliot Goodman.
Dear Young Israel Families,
On Sunday, November 24th, the Jewish
Federation of Middlesex County is hosting their
annual Super Sunday in which they ask the
community for financial support. The Federation
has been an asset to our Shul on a number of
occasions as well as helped the broader Jewish
community. Examples of their work include:
Jewish education through teens grants for travel
to Israel, overnight Jewish camping scholarships
and PJ Library. The delivery of Kosher meals to
homebound elderly and Holocaust survivors.
Respite programs and camperships to families
with special needs children. Programming and
Shabbat meals for Jewish students at Rutgers
to take pride in their Jewish heritage, as well as
participate in Birthright Israel. Every donation
matters because collectively, through
Federation, we do so much good for our Jewish
community. Please make an effort to answer
their call and support our local Federation!
Shabbat Shalom, Rabbi Jay Weinstein
RABBI WEINSTEIN WILL BE AWAY
Rabbi Weinstein will be away from Wednesday,
November 27th through Monday, December
2nd. He will return all phone calls, texts and
emails upon return. In a case of emergency and
he can't be reached by cell phone, please call
Aron Adams at 732.266.9700.
The next Dor L-Dor program will take place this
Motzei Shabbat at 6:35PM. There will be pizza
and prizes for everyone. There will be extra
pizza this week so make sure to come. Cost is
$2 per child with a max of $5 per family which
can be paid at the door. Please support this
program by donating on line via the ShulCloud
Network. After logging on to the Shul website,
under the 'Member Area' drop down menu,
please choose 'Member Donations'., You can
then select to donate toward Dor L-Dor. Once a
donation has been made, an e-mail notification
is sent to Ari Kevelson. Please donate so that
this year's program can be as enjoyable as
possible for all the children that attend.
Thank you to the Taub Family for their generous
Thank you to Lori & Jeff Moskowitz for their
generous donation in commemoration of the
Yahrtzeit of Jeff’s father, Allen Moskowitz,
Shlomo Zalman ben Yitzchak.
Please contact Ari Kevelson if you are
interested in being one of the many guest story
YIEB BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Wednesday December 18th at 8 PM
Thank you to the Raab family for the sponsorship
of a Teen Minyan Kiddush in honor of Eric’s
Two Fun & Meaningful Chesed Opportunities
All are welcome to meet at Sunrise Assisted Living
on Sunday, November 24th at 10 a.m. to celebrate
Chanukah with the residents. Crafts, song and
Sufganiyot! The residents love this annual event.
Please RSVP. firstname.lastname@example.org. 190
Cook Thanksgiving dinner for our Police officers
who are working the holiday to protect us. M&Ms
(grades 6-8) will cook dinner on Sunday, November
24th at 3 p.m., at the home of the Tajfels. RSVP
REQUIRED (only a few spots left).
email@example.com. All are welcome to help
deliver the dinner on Thanksgiving morning at 11
a.m. Meet outside the Police Station.
B’nei Akiva Returns
B’nei Akiva returns this Shabbat, November 22-23.
High School Friday night oneg. 7-8:30
pm @ the home of Shoshie Schwartz.
Shabbat afternoon SNIF for grades 2 &
3 and 4:30 pm (please note special time).
YIEB CHANUKAH CHAGIGA & CARNIVAL!
Tuesday, December 3rd. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Games,
Music, Stories, Crafts, Contests & more!
All ages welcome! Delicious Dairy Dinner. $5 per
child (2-11), $8 per adult. $25 family max. RSVP
by November 27 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Checks
should be written to YIEB Sisterhood and sent to
the shul office, attention: Melissa Rosen.
Shabbat Dinner Raffle
Shabbat starts earlier and earlier. Maybe you don’t
have time to cook the type of Shabbat dinner you
would like. No problem! Let the members of the
Youth Committee cook a delicious Shabbat dinner
for you! Delicious, home-cooked and prepared in
with the YIEB community kashrut guidelines.
Arrange a delivery date between December 13 &
January 17. Raffle tickets are just $5 each! 3 for
$10. Checks written to YIEB Sisterhood and sent
to: Attn. Melissa Rosen. Drawing held at the
Chanukah Chagiga. You do not need to be present
Dor l’Dor parent child learning returns on motzei
Shabbat, November 23rd at 6:30 p.m.
NEW! Chailight: Chesed
With winter on its way, breakfast is more
important than ever! The Kosher Food Pantry is
struggling to help all those in need. We are
collecting breakfast cereals, cold and hot, as well
as granola bars. Please try to donate this week!
There is a bin in the lobby.
If you have any questions or need more information
about any of our program, please contact Melissa at
email@example.com or 732-991-6110.
Kislev 20, 5774 David,
Brian and Robby Tepper for
their Mother, Chaya Gneidah
Zahava Bat Dovid (Hildy
Joyce Tepper) on
Kislev 20, 5774
Jeffrey Zelka for his
Mother, Esther Bat Aslan Yehuda Halevi (Esther
Zelka) on 11/23/2013
Kislev 20, 5774
Jeff Moskowitz for his
Father, Shlomo Zalman Ben Rav Yitzchak (Allen
Moskowitz) on 11/23/2013
Kislev 22, 5774
Dorianne Dantowitz for
her Father, Kurt ben Markus (Kurt Seinfeld) on
Kislev 22, 5774
Grace Hackman for her
Mother, Sarah Bat Garaz (Sally Safdiah) on
Kislev 22, 5774
David Falk for his
Father, Elyakim Getzel Ben Shlomo Tzvi (Elliott
Falk) on 11/25/2013
Kislev 23, 5774
Allen Levine for his
Father, Zvi Ben Aryeh Halevi (Harry Levine) on
Kislev 24, 5774
Leon Paley for his
Father, Yosef Ben Leib (Joseph Paley) on
DAF YOMI: From Rabbi Weinstein
Join Daf Yomi at YIEB with Rabbi Weinstein:
• Monday through Friday after 1st Minyan
(approximately 7:10-7:45 AM) Sunday morning
after 1st Minyan (approximately 8:10-8:45 AM)
• Shabbat morning following 1st Minyan
(rotation of presenters).
DAF YOMI B’IYUN
Join Rabbi Shlomo Landau on Tuesday nights at
8:45 PM, followed by Maariv at 9:30 PM, to
explore in depth, a topic from the week’s Daf
Yomi. Can’t make it in person? Do Daf Yomi
We are seeking a volunteer
to take over as Newsletter
Please contact Elliot
discuss required work effort
and skill set.
SAVE THESE DATES
RABBI DR. TZVI HERSH WEINREB
Rabbi Dr. Tzvi Hersh Weinreb will be joining us
on Shabbat, Parshat Vayigash, December 6th7th. Please see flyer for more details. Friday
Night Dinner, reservations required ($15
adult/$10 Child/$50 family max)- please sign
up ASAP at www.yieb.org, Donate/Make a
There will be a concurrent Bnei Akiva Sniff
Program (Grades 2-5) at 6:00 PM and
a V’ZaCh/Middle School oneg at 7:00PM
YIEB ANNUAL DINNER
Sunday December 15th at 5:30 PM
(Please see attached flyer for more details)
Celebrating 20 years in our building
Three Neshei Chayil will be honored:
Elaine Heumann-Ruth Amkraut Gemilat Chesed
Hakarat Tov Award
Rebbetzin Sharon Weinstein
Women's Young Leadership Award
Please join us on Sunday December 15th 5:30
to honor these three special women.
Ilean Safren & Ellen Gable
YIEB TRIVIA BOWL
Saturday December 21st
Details to Follow
Shiva Call Guidelines are available at
www.yieb.org, Member Area dropdown menu.
New Monday Night Learning Series with Rabbi
Weinstein: 2 Part Series: Get
Prepared for Chanukah!
November 25th & 25th, 8:309:30 PM.
YIEB & Highland Park
Community Kollel. Gemara Class with Rabbi
Nussbaum, Tuesdays at 8:30 PM, with the topic
New Women's Wednesday Class with Rabbi
Weinstein, 9:45-10:45 AM, "The Thought and
Theology of Rabbi Joseph Soloveitchik"
Continues on Wednesday, December 4th (No
Class on November 27th).
In Depth Talmud Class
Given by Yaakov Weinstein, Thursday 8:30PM In
this week’s class we will discuss, “All Who Are
Hungry Come and Eat.”
Thanksgiving Day Class – Thursday Nov. 28th
930AM, 296 Dunhams Corner Road
Hanukkah – God’s Great Western Marketing
In 1879 a group of young Jews from
Philadelphia and New York joined together and
dedicated themselves to bring Jews back to
Judaism. They would fight against ignorance,
assimilation, and intermarriage by giving
lectures and teaching children. Most
importantly, they would transform Hanukkah
from a forgotten holiday into an instrument of
Jewish revival. Thus, began one of the greatest
marketing successes ever seen in the Western
World. In this class we will discuss Hanukkah
throughout the ages and discuss how different
Jews in different historical circumstances
utilized Hanukkah to bring joy and light to their
For sources email firstname.lastname@example.org
SISTERHOOD GIFT SHOP
Chanukah candles, oils and gifts for everyone
can be purchased by calling Kathy 257.2679,
Brina 390.4955 or Leah 613.8797.
Engaged/newly married couples seeking
beautiful Judaic items for their new homes
can find a beautiful selection of challah covers,
wash cups, towels/pot holders/aprons,
Havdallah candles, matchbox holders/trays,
mezuzahs, cookbooks, challah dough covers,
salt cellars, etc. You know who to call for
appointments. We'd love to help you with your
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------SHARSHERET THANKSGIVING BAKE SALE
Buy delicious, homemade kosher pies and
breads for Thanksgiving and support a great
cause at the same time! Announcing the Fifthannual “Pies For Prevention" Thanksgiving Bake
Sale to support Sharsheret (Hebrew for “chain”),
a national not-for-profit organization supporting
young women and their families, of all Jewish
backgrounds, facing breast cancer and ovarian
cancer, both of which have affected our
community. Place your orders and any
additional donations online at
www.sharsheret.org/pies-forprevention/eastbrunswick no later than
November 22nd. Baked goods are prepared
with certified kosher ingredients in volunteer
bakers’ kosher home kitchens. For more
information, please contact Suri Moskowitz
or Linda Gardner email@example.com.
Members of the Shul and
others are invited to
honor a friend or relative,
celebrate a milestone
event or memorialize a
loved one by dedicating
Chumashim or Siddurim.
Chumashim - $50 =- Siddurim - $30
The Stephanie Shatkin Mikvah of the Young
Israel of East Brunswick is seeking volunteers
to fill in as Shomrot on Friday nights, Yom Tov
and when the regular Shomrot are unavailable.
Please contact Sharon Weinstein at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-354-5913 if
you are interested. Volunteers will be trained
by the Rabbi and Sharon in advance of
becoming a Shomeret.
Timely Community Announcements
(YIEB does not endorse the Kashrut of any nonYIEB event or listing appearing in the
KIDNEY NEEDED: My close friend, Jewish Male
(52) father of 2, is in desperate need of a
kidney (Type O blood). Please respond via the
Renewal Organization at R652@renewal.org.
And please have Tzvi ben Frimmet in your
Tefilos for a Refuah Shleimah.
Thank you, Dr. Alan Singer
Achieving Change Through Torah program, now
in its 8th year, helps individuals succeed in
making meaningful and lasting changes in their
lives. The source book for the entire year is:
Step by Step compiled by Rabbi Dovid
Weinberger. See the ACTT web-site,
www.actt613.org , for the current Learning
Schedule (Modules page) and for all the event
audio presentations. For more info, e-mail
email@example.com or call Phil Rosen
OIL CHANGES ON CHANUKAH – SUPPORT
Change your oil for Chanukah - and provide the
light of Torah to Jewish parents and children by
helping mitigate future tuition increases at local
Jewish day schools partnering with CNJKIDS.
Starting Wednesday, November 27th,
Chanukah Eve, and for the following 8 days, get
your oil changed at Salit Auto Sales, at 1855
Woodbridge Avenue in Edison, New Jersey, and
a percentage of the fee you pay will be donated
CNJKIDS Ready to Accept Gifts of Stocks, Bonds
and Mutual Funds
The transfer of appreciated assets allows
donors to support Central New Jersey Kehilot
Investing in Day Schools, Inc. (CNJKIDS) while
reducing exposure to capital gains taxes.
Donors are also able to claim immediate
income tax deductions for these gifts. For more
information on giving gifts of stocks, bonds and
mutual funds to CNJKIDS, please contact
CNJKIDS’ Treasurer Jon Caplan at
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Collecting Sheitels: KEREN KOL KALLAH established to provide orphan and destitute
Kallahs in Israel with essential needs. Donated
custom Sheitels, some brand-new, some gently
worn, are sold to women in Israel who would
not otherwise have the funds to buy a quality
wig. All the money raised at the sale goes
towards a Hachnasas Kallah fund which helps
needy brides in Eretz Yisrael. Sheitels can be
dropped off by Aviva, 16 Edgemount Road,
Edison. For more info, please contact Aviva
RPRY PTA is partnering with ShoeBox
Recycling, a for-profit recycler of shoes. We are
collecting used, but still wearable pairs of
men’s, women’s and kid’s shoes. The PTA
earns some money as we recycle as many pairs
of shoes as possible.
Please drop off your used shoes at RPRY,
placing them into the ShoeBox Recycling box
that is located in the school lobby next to the
Thank you and wishing you and your families a
Happy and Healthy Sweet New Year.
RPRY PTA President
Join us for Scholastic Book Fair Night with
Special Guest Performances by the THE LIZARD
GUYS!! See Lizards, Snakes, Turtles, Frogs and
Bugs. Buy great books and great prices.
Saturday Night, November 23rd from 6:30-9pm
in the RPRY Gym. Pizza will be available for
purchase. For more information contact the
PTA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
RPRY MISHMAR. Mishmar learning program is
held at RPRY every Motzei Shabbat at 7 PM.
Please bring your own Seforim. Cost is still only
3.00 which includes, pizza, donuts, prizes and
---------------------------------------------------------------------Jewish Family & Vocational Service (JFVS) has
several announcements to share with your
All are invited to the JFVS “Supper &
Show” to help support Holocaust Survivor
Services – Saturday, December 14th at 8PM,
JFK Hospital Conference Center, 70 James
Street, Edison, NJ 08818. Cost is $50 per
person and includes Supper catered by
Jerusalem Pizza and a fabulous show by John
Pizzi; comedian, ventriloquist, magician (David
Letterman/America’s Got Talent fame).
Drawings will be held to win a 7-Day Celebrity
Cruise for 2 and for an Apple iPad. To register
and purchase raffle tickets, please see attached
invite and response card or visit www.jfvs.org
JFVS Kosher Food Pantries are in dire
need of the following non-perishables: soup,
vegetables, crackers and rice cakes, rice, pasta
sauce, juice, coffee, dessert items. Food can be
brought to either pantry: 32 Ford Ave, 2nd Fl,
Milltown or 52 Concordia Shopping Center,
Monroe Township. Please call before bringing
food over so we can arrange to have someone
assist with the cart.
JFVS is pleased to announce the
following FREE program brought to you by our
collaborator The Oscar & Ella Wilf Campus For
Senior Living. All programs will be held at the
JFVS office 52 Concordia Shopping Center in
Monroe Township. All programs require
advanced registration – call The Oscar & Ella
Wilf Campus for Senior Living: 609-480-4374.
Wednesday, Dec 4th, 1-2PM – “Know
the 10 signs of Alzheimer’s disease: early
detection matters” – light lunch provided.
To Audrey Mondrow on the loss of her Father,
Irving Mauskopf - Yechezkel Ben Avraham A"H.
Shiva at 30 South Adelaide Avenue Highland Park,
APT 2K, 732 828 4594 Until 9AM Friday Shacharit
7:45 AM, MAARIV 7:30PM.
JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER MIDDLESEX COUNTY
SUPER SUNDAY HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE
A Day with Heart
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Douglass College Center
100 George Street, New Brunswick
Create Connections – Strengthen Our Community
Super Sunday Phonathon
8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Volunteers are needed to make calls to raise critical funds
Sign up at 732-588-1800
8:30 a.m. -11 a.m.
10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Holiday Gift Fair
Noon - 5 p.m.
• Visit Dozens of Artisans & Vendors
• Celebrate Chanukah at Our Children’s Program
• Donate & Assemble Breakfast Bags
Learn About Jewish Middlesex Programs & Volunteer Opportunities
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
Call 732-588-1800 or check us out on
Lisa Arnold | 732.588.1800 | email@example.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 11, 2013
Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County Invites Community to
Celebrate the Holidays with Gift Boutique, Children’s Concert and Food Drive
Event Scheduled for Sunday, November 24
SOUTH RIVER, NJ --Celebrate all the upcoming holidays by shopping, enjoying children’s activities and helping
those less fortunate by donating food and assembling breakfast baskets for local food pantries. As part of the
Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County’s annual Super Sunday, the community is invited to a Holiday Gift
Boutique with dozens of vendors, events to engage the young and young at heart, as well as help our neighbors in
The Holiday Boutique will be held on Sunday, November 24, noon to 5 pm, at Trayes Hall in the Douglass College
Center, 100 George Street, New Brunswick. Admission is free and on-site parking is available.
Shoppers can visit more than three dozen local vendors and find jewelry, home décor, fashion accessories,
children’s toys, books, and games, and more. Children of all ages can enjoy a concert by Matty Roxx and a
performance by Jonah the Juggler.
Community members are also invited to donate non-perishable breakfast items to be packaged and distributed to
local food pantries. “The holidays are always a critical time for food donations,” said Ruth Bash, President of
Federation’s Women’s Philanthropy Division, who is coordinating the food drive. “We are hopeful the community
will come together and help our neighbors in need as they have always done.”
Furthermore, Super Sunday is the Federation's largest fundraising event of the year. More than 100 individuals
and families call on thousands of Middlesex County residents to raise money for the community's most
vulnerable. Calls begin at 9 am and continue until 1 pm.
"Super Sunday is a day when we ask the members of our community to answer the call to help those in need,"
said Seth S. Gross, Federation President. “We hope to raise hundreds of the thousands of dollars to meet the most
critical needs in our community, and at the same time engage and educate people about the power of
For more information, please call 732-588-1800 or visit www.JewishMiddlesex.org.
# # #
It's That Time Again...
TRIVIA BOWL v5.0 is coming!
Watch the video for details.
Click To Play
TRIVIA BOWL IS BACK! Get ready to laugh, cheer, sing and rack your brain as
you and your team work together to answer questions and compete for
fabulous (well, sort of) prizes!
YIEB's social event of the year will take place on Saturday night, December
21st, with registration at 7:30 pm. The game starts promptly at 8pm...so don't
be late! A light dairy dinner and dessert will be served.
You can form your own team of 8-10 people, or let us put you on a team.
Please click the button below to register, send your checks to Sara Fischer (20 Tall Oaks
Drive) by Monday, December 16th...and get ready to join us for a great night out!
Questions? Contact Mairov Shron (732-254-7888).
Yeshiva at the Jersey Shore
Make a Donation of $10 or more
and receive a $10 credit from American Express!
November 30, 2013 is a big day for Yeshiva at the Jersey Shore. It's the fourth annual
Small Business Saturday, when our friends and families come and make donations to our
YJS is participating in Small Business Saturday sponsored by American Express. Any
American Express cardholder who registers their card with American Express
between Sunday, November 24, 2013 and Saturday, November 30, 2013, and spends
$10 or more will receive a $10 statement credit on their account.
This means that you can donate $20 to YJS at a cost of only $10. Or, you can make a
$10 donation that will cost you absolutely nothing! All it takes is donating $10 or more
with each AMEX card, so you may enjoy your $10 one-time credit for EACH registered
Please visit www.yatjs.org/amex-small-business-saturday-sign-up/ to register your
card and make a donation. We are also happy to take care of registering your card for
you. If you prefer to do it over the phone, you may call the school office at 732-663-2929
with your credit card information and the amount you want to donate. The time frame for
making a donation is anytime from November 24 - November 30.
You can do this with all of your AMEX cards. Spouses who both have an AMEX card on
the same account can each register a card. This is a one-time-per-card credit to your
AMEX account that will appear on your next billing statement.
There is a very small window of opportunity, because there is a maximum number of
credits they will approve, so please act quickly.
Please tell all your relatives and friends of this special one-time offer - and help support
Thank you in advance for your support,
Rabbi Elie Tuchman, Ed.D. Head of School
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