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Greenland style sea kayaking expert Dubside shares personal insights on Greenland style sea kayaking, kayak rolling, urban paddling in Philadelphia, the Greenland National Kayaking Championships, and Greenlandic language, culture, and music.
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The world's greatest adventurers tell their best story from the road. Each episode is cut documentary style and set to music and cinematic effects to create an immersive storytelling experience. 'Best travel podcasts 2020'- The Guardian, 'Thrilling Stuff'-Sunday Times, 'Ear Candy for Listeners' - Washington Post
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BCAB Coaching Podcast

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The British Canoeing Awarding Body Coaching Podcast is an opportunity to explore different topics around coaching with the team from British Canoeing and a wide range of expert guests from the paddling community, all with a wealth of knowledge to share.
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The Scottish Paddlecast

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Developed by the Scottish Canoe Association (SCA). The Scottish Paddlecast is an opportunity for you to learn about the different sides of the SCA and paddlesport in Scotland as we talk about a range of subjects, interview a variety of guests, and tap into a wealth of knowledge. Subscribe now to keep up-to-date with new episodes.
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The Last Frontier Podcast

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Your two hosts of this podcast work as professional guides in the Alaskan outdoor tourism industry and started this podcast as a fun way to keep busy during the pandemic summer of 2020. With uncertainty in what employment might look like, Danny and Andrew still wanted to share the beauty of Alaska with people and this podcast was a good way to achieve that goal. Alaska is an incredible place everybody should put on their destination bucket list. Each episode opens with a beer review highligh ...
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Join George Scocca as he talks everything fishing in New York waters. George launched one of the first sportfishing sites ever in 1995 - noreast.com - and he can now be found at his new fishing home - www.nyangler.com.come listen to George as he addresses the many issues facing recreational anglers in New York from Montauk to The Hudson River. He has been fishing these waters along with the fine freshwater fishing that can be found in downstate New York for over 40-years.George has never bee ...
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The TripOutside podcast offers Inspiring interviews for those who love exploring new places, human-powered adventures, and the outdoors. Host and co-founder Reet Singh interviews world-class guides, outdoor industry experts, and entrepreneurs about outdoor places and activities. Human-powered experiences can lead to the highest level of self-realization of what our minds and bodies are capable of achieving. We also focus on how we can #RecreateResponsibly and #LeaveNoTrace to make sure that ...
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Adventure Travel beckons the daring, thrill-seeking, explorers of the world. Tune in weekly as our hosts discuss and interview like minded outdoor enthusiasts on the 10Adventures Podcast. Join the ever-growing community of intrepid adventure travellers and get inspired as you learn more about hiking, mountaineering, backpacking, trekking, cycling, thru-hiking, skiing and more. On each episode you will hear directly from passionate adventure travellers, guides, authors, globetrotters, tour op ...
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Another Fishing Podcast

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The companion podcast to the ultra-popular, Another Fishing Show featuring ruggedly handsome hosts, Pete Wagner and Greg Underdahl. Join us weekly for an irreverent look at the world of fishing and learn what not to do to catch more fish. This isn't another fishing podcast. This is...Another Fishing Podcast!
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Explore Ireland through the voices, stories and opinions of locals who live there and travelers who travel there. Cities include; Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Killarney, Midleton, and Belfast. Stories include; iconic sites to explore, things to do, modern culture, history, heritage, ghosts, and of course tasty things to eat and drink while in Ireland.
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From the state parks to the theme parks we cover everything that's fun under the Florida sun! Whether you're a visitor or a permanent tourist like us, we want to help you get the most out of your time in Florida.
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Imagine yourself seated in your favorite pub. A map lying out on the old wooden table. Whiskey liberally poured into your glass. Your guest places a finger on the map and begins “there I was …” These are true stories from expeditions and adventures as told by those who lived them. Hosted by Adventure Photographer Michael J. Reinhart. Michael travels to the world's wild places to learn about their people, cultures, wildlife and the lands they inhabit. He shares these stories believing the mor ...
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside interviews Tony Schmitz, the recently appointed president of QAJAQ USA, during the 2023 Delmarva Paddler's retreat. Originating from Minnesota and deeply rooted in canoeing, Tony provides a glimpse into his contributions to launching the Traditional Paddlers Gathering and his editorial role for the QAJAQ USA newsletter. Tun…
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Dr Peter Clarkson, is an NHS Cardiologist based in the Scottish highlands, and a very keen and talented rock climber. He has also competed in triathlons. I’ve been trying to answer a question; 'how hard is too hard' when it comes to exercise for an older athlete? How close to maximum heart rate should we be hiking, running and cycling? What are the…
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Brandon Wilson is Award winning travel writer, long distance trekker and peace pilgrim. “Travel is like a mirror held up against the world. It gives us a different perspective on life. And if we hold it just right, we might catch a glimmer of our own soul.” Brandon Wilson Brandon Wilson is an award-winning author, explorer and peace pilgrim. Brando…
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This week we are going to Nashville, Tennessee The Country Music Capital of the World … but don’t worry you don’t have to love country to love Nashville. It is a music town. If you like listening to live music – who doesn’t? – then this is a musical odyssey you must take at least once in your life. We’re going to have some fun, we’re going backstag…
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Welcome back to the 10 Adventures podcast! Today, I had the pleasure of chatting with Patrick Davies, the author of "Where Skylarks Sing," a captivating book that chronicles his walk across England, from Land's End in Cornwall to John O'Groats in Northern Scotland. Patrick embarked on this incredible journey in 2021, seeking solace and reflection a…
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Tom Westaway is the guest for the last episode in the 'What's in your Buoyancy Aid and what's in your craft' mini-series. White water paddle boarding is the focus for today's conversation and Tom shares personal insights from his experience as a coach and leader. The topics covered by Tom and Lee Pooley include: Tom's non-negotiables decision makin…
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American Whitewater published their Top 10 List of Stewardship issues in January 2024. This is a mix of dam removal projects, legislation and policy pushes, Wild and Scenic options, all encompassed in the work from American Whitewater to keep rivers clean and accessible. This episode is an interview Kevin Colburn from American Whitewater learning a…
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It's Episode #51 and Pete Wagner is co-hosting again! The world is a better place with Pete back at Another Fishing Podcast and I couldn't be happier. Here's what we're talking about today: - We got a VIP tour of Prince's Paisley Park - Filming the Tackle Warehouse Invitational on Sam Rayburn Reservoir - Pros are mounting forward facing sonar on th…
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"I will show you my Amazon - the Amazon that visitors never get to see." When Alex Robinson heard those words, he knew he was in for the adventure of a lifetime. His guide, Saru Mundurucu, had recently founded his own adventure and travel company, Aracá Expeditions. As the first and only Amazon adventure company owned and operated by an indigenous …
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Welcome back to the 10 Adventures podcast! In this episode, I chat with John Hayes about his journey cycling the Via de la Plata, a lesser-known route of the Camino de Santiago, spanning from Seville to Santiago. John shares how his passion for long-distance walks, including the E4, led him to become a guidebook author. Discussing the uniqueness of…
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The first major economic industry in Alaska was the Russian Fur Trade. On the third episode of our Russian mini-series, we delve into the entire history of the Russian Fur Trade beginning with the first several years after the Vitus Bering expedition all the way until Russia decided to sell Alaska to the United States. Who were the major players in…
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Are you prepared? How far would you go and what risks would you accept to accomplish your goal? In this episode, we rejoin join Cyril Derreumaux and his quest to solo kayak from California to Hawaii. Cyril is French born, American world traveler and adventurer. His exploits include backpacking around the world, setting a Guinness record for crossin…
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This is hugely momentous. Not only have we reached fifty episodes, more importantly, the co-founder of Another Fishing Podcast, Pete Wagner, is joining us. I know, it's almost too much. Here's what we're talking about: - Angling Uploaded plans - New winter catfishing opportunity - Lake of the Woods igloo bar - Rapala's Minnow King commercial - Fish…
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Today, we're embracing our weird in Oregon as we explore the Northern Culture Trail! We’re going to discover Portland’s favorite food carts, sample food from around the world and go on a secret bar crawl to hidden local spots. “Portland is the rebel base of the Star Wars universe, we’re sticking it to the forces of normal,” Dresden of Throw Snakes …
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Welcome back to the 10 Adventures podcast! In today's episode, I had a fascinating chat with Dennis Lastochkin, a dad who has taken family bike trips to incredible destinations like Italy and Peru. Dennis shares how he gradually introduced his young daughters to bike touring, starting from local rides and gradually progressing to international adve…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside and Andrew delve into the controversial topic of cultural appropriation, focusing on British kayak company Valley Canoe and Kayak's use of Inuit kayak designs. Dubside shares insights on winter camping, offering tips for staying warm and highlighting essential features when choosing a sleeping pad for cold weather adventure…
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Jenna Sanders is the guest for today's canoe-focused episode in the 'What's in your Buoyancy Aid and what's in your craft' mini-series. Jenna is a British Canoeing National Trainer, Performance Coach and Chair of the Canoe Technical Group. The topics discussed today by Jenna and Lee Pooley include: kit for white water and open water environments de…
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Today we're journeying to Lake Baikal, the largest, oldest, deepest freshwater lake in the world...and to get there, we're crossing over a thousand miles in Mongolia and Russia by camel, horse, kayak, and rowboat. Like all lakes, Lake Baikal exists because of a river. And in 2018, fishing and river guide Peter Fong led the first-ever expedition fro…
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The river guiding and river running world are sometimes perceived as idyllic and welcoming. When is it something different? Our guest today is an openly gay man, and he share’s his story of working as a river guide and guide company manager for the past decade and how some of that is idyllic, and other parts are full of discrimination. SPONSORS Den…
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This week on the 10 Adventures Podcast, we have the pleasure of chatting with the inspiring adventurer, Robert (Bob) Fletcher, about his epic bike tour from Alaska to Argentina. At the age of 80, Bob embarked on this incredible journey, covering 15,000 kilometers and exploring the diverse landscapes of North and South America. As we dive into the c…
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Georg Steller was the first naturalist to document the plant and animal life in Alaska while on the 1741 Vitus Bering expedition. His work was so detailed and impressive that as a result, there are six creatures which bear the name Steller today. On today's episode, we discuss those six animals which include one extinct species and one creature tha…
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There’s more adventure in this podcast than most. Ed Ley-Wilson talks us through Running the great Wall of China; kayaking Patagonia; and the kayak journey along Scotland’s west coast that promoted his most recent book. Along the way we’ll take a dive into the ethics of fish farming. Ed’s first book about running the Himalaya is called ‘The Himalay…
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Are you prepared? How far would you go and what risks would you accept to accomplish your goal? In this episode, we are joined by Cyril Derreumaux. Cyril is French born, American world traveler and adventurer. His exploits include backpacking around the world, setting a Guinness record for crossing the Pacific Ocean from California to Hawaii as par…
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Today, we're returning to the mountains of Colorado to hear about the adventures of Isabella Bird, a British explorer who famously ascended Longs Peak in 1873 with her guide and companion Jim Nugent. The story of Bird and Jim illuminates the early history and character of Estes Park, as her writings helped establish the town as a tourist destinatio…
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Welcome back to the 10 Adventures podcast. In today's episode, I had the pleasure of chatting with Daniel Troia, a filmmaker with a remarkable story. Daniel embarked on a cross-country bike journey across America, documenting his experiences in the film "We Are All In This Together." What sets this journey apart is that Daniel undertook this advent…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dive into an insightful conversation between Dubside and traditional paddler Peter Gengler, recorded at the 2023 Delmarva Paddler's Retreat. This episode provides a glimpse into Peter's unique combination of paddling expertise and cinematic storytelling. A regular participant at Delmarva since the 1990s, Peter passionately discusse…
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Today's rafting focused episode continues our mini-series 'What's in your Buoyancy Aid and what's in your craft'. The guest for this conversation with Lee Pooley is Jon Best, Chair of the Rafting Technical Group. The topics discussed by Jon and Lee include: Jon's journey to rafting via Freestyle kayaking the right kit for the river dealing with kit…
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"There are eight species of bears on the planet. Six of them are threatened everywhere they live." Thus begins Beartrek, a documentary which took Chris Morgan nearly 8 years to make. In Beartrek, he follows the lives of several individual bears around the world, from a friendly spectacled bear in Peru's arid mountains to a shy sun bear cub in the m…
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Hello, everybody! I need to apologize for the late podcast upload. I would have dropped this episode yesterday, but I got all tied down with various responsibilities that made that impossible. Thanks for your understanding. Here’s what you can expect in Episode #49: - This winter has been NUTS - Don't spend an arm and a leg on rods and reels - My m…
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The Mountain Hydrology Lab at West Virginia University has defined the density of whitewater river runs in the United States and cross referenced this data with how climate change will alter those flows, and how changes in river flows, to include low flows and floods, will impact the people living along those rivers. This episode talks at length wi…
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Dive into the world of family micro adventures with Claire Pinder on the latest episode of the 10 Adventures Podcast! In this episode, Claire shares her journey from a fast-paced tech career to rediscovering purpose through outdoor exploration. We further discuss the transformative power of adventure in building meaningful connections with loved on…
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As things slow down in Alaska during the winter months, that gives us more time to delve into topics that require a little bit more research and so we have decided to use this time to do a Russian mini-series on the podcast. The next four episodes will revolve around the various impacts Russian exploration had on the history of Alaska. Today's epis…
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It’s Monday, so that means a new episode of Another Fishing Podcast! We’re going to crank up the pressure and do this one LIVE, so please bear with me, it could get a little bumpy. Here’s what we're talking about: - MLF’s College Fishing Championship - Is it finally time to ice fish? - Berkley has new forward facing sonar lures - A plastic boat tha…
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"It was here, on the banks of the Mississippi River, where music changed the world." In Memphis, music has always been more than a melody and lyrics - it's a movement. This is a city that launched some of the world's most beloved musicians, from Otis Redding to Isaac Hayes, Carla Thomas, Elvis Presley, and more. And in the midst of segregation and …
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Another great podcast this week as we have author Laura Waters on to talk about her over 3,000 km trek on New Zealand's Te Araroa trail. Listen in and learn about what trekking the Te Araroa is like, and also how Laura's life changed after the trek, finding herself and happiness while out on the trails. If you don't feel you're living your authenti…
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IN THIS EPISODE: Dubside dives into the world of sea kayaking in this interview with two seasoned British sea kayakers, Kevin and Nicky Mansel. Kevin, an original member of the Jersey Canoe Club, and Nicky share their wealth of experience and discuss the nuances between Greenland paddles and the Euroblade, recount their expeditions in Svalbard and …
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Welcome to the first episode of 2024, today's Sea Kayak focused episode continues our mini-series 'What's in your Buoyancy Aid and what's in your craft'. The guest for this conversation with Lee Pooley is Lyndsay McPhee, a National Trainer and Performance Coach. The topics covered by Lyndsay and Lee include: Lyndsay's history paddling in various di…
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"Best Story of Adventure and Survival in the Jungles of the Amazon." Yossi Ghinsberg is an adventurer. A wandering soul seeking not the prize of a conquest, but a connection with tribal cultures around the world. He is a best-selling author, award winning speaker and was featured on the Discovery Channel. After finishing his hitch with the Israeli …
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In the first episode of 2024, a commercial river guide tells his story of having a massive heart attack while guiding a trip in May of 2023 on the South Fork of the American River in California. This episode is recorded with an audience of river guides and outfitters. Beyond the story is the question of the role of AEDs in commercial river guiding.…
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Today's episode is a little bit different - because our very own Aaron Millar is our guest! This re-released episode is one of the most memorable conversations he's ever had, and we're very excited to share it with you. In this interview, which originally aired with the Adventure Sports Podcast in 2020, Aaron shares stories from his years as a trav…
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It's the beginning of the week, so that means another installment of Another Fishing Podcast! I hope you've all been doing well and have started 2024 on the right foot. Here's what's in today's episode: - I got a new dog! - I'm going to start making underwater videos again - Too many fishermen falling through or getting stranded on the ice - A grea…
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In this week's podcast we hear from John Hayes, former management consultant who transformed into a long distance walker to kick off his new life after starting retirement. John walks us through his journey across the E4 trail that stretches across the European continent from the coast of Spain to Budapest in Hungary. Listen in as we discuss what i…
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In the early COVID bubble days of The Last Frontier Podcast we interviewed several fellow sea kayak guides to put a spotlight on the professional outdoor world of Alaska. Our podcast as evolved over the years, but we wanted to get back to our roots for this episode. It's rare for an Alaskan summer seasonal guide to stick around for the winter, but …
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Happy 2024! It's a whole new year, folks and with it comes a brand spankin' new episode of Another Fishing Podcast! Here's what we're talking about: - I've officially decided to sell my boat - I had a great day of fishing on Pool 4 of the Mississippi River - Over 100 people were rescued on Upper Red Lake - Cool forward facing sonar foot control - B…
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This week we're dipping into the archives and listening in as Linda Beilig talks about her journey cycling around the world, and about 'Pedalling the Planet', the book she wrote about her experiences. Be inspired by this incredible journey. To find Linda's book check out Amazon or her website.By 10Adventures
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Get your 2024 off to an exciting start by planning to cycle 100 miles this summer in Scotland's friendliest, free century ride. Ride to the Sun is a (semi)-organised, summer solstice 100 mile ride through the night, from the English border city of Carlisle to the village of Cramond just north of Edinburgh in Scotland, aiming to arrive for sunrise a…
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In this interview, Dubside engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Kenneth Høegh, Head of Representation of Greenland in the United States and Canada. The dialogue delves into topics crucial to Greenland's future, including the pursuit of independence, the pivotal role of fishing and mining in the economy, and ambitious plans for construct…
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Merry Christmas, everyone! I thought I'd drop Episode #45 as a gift to you all, so let's start unwrapping this sucker... Today we'll cover: - Ice anglers stranded on Upper Red Lake in northern Minnesota - Walleye anglers winning big out of a Sea-Doo - Yamaha making a hydrogen powered outboard - The importance of ice fishing safety - The World Ice F…
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Another great podcast from the vault, we talk with Tom Turcich as he finished up the last leg of his walk around the world. Tom share's the highs and lows of this journey and offers up loads of inspiration to take on mammoth dreams. Check out Tom's writing on his website, or follow along on his Instagram.…
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It's hard to imagine Christmas without reindeer. But long before the beloved antlered animals were pulling Santa's sleigh, they were providing a way of life for indigenous peoples around the world, including the Nenets of Siberia’s Yamal Peninsula. The Nenets of Siberia’s Yamal Peninsula are among the world’s oldest existing true nomads, making a l…
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