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Friday, July 21, 2017

Congregation Agudath Sholom Shabbat Bulletin

Congregation Agudath Sholom
Shabbat Bulletin
July 22, 2017
28 Tamuz 5777
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Mincha7:00 PM
8:07 PM
Candle Lighting8:02 PM
Shacharit7:00 AM
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Torah Before Tefillah7:40 AM
Library Shiur8:30 AM
Coffee & Commentary8:45 AM
Latest Shema9:21 AM
Shiur10:30 AM
Tot Shabbat
Mini Minyan
Jr. Cong
10:30 AM
Latest Shacharit10:34 AM
Perek on the Patio7:00 PM
Daf Yomi7:05 PM
Code of Jewish Law7:05 PM
Mincha7:55 PM
Maariv8:57 PM
Shabbat Ends9:02 PM
Shabbat Shalom
A Handshake
Is your word as good as gold? Would someone do business with you on a handshake?
This past Sunday, I officiated the funeral of Sam Fogel, father of Howard Fogel. A survivor of the Holocaust, Sam came to America with no more than the shirt on his back. He began working in a garment factory and slowly assumed more responsibility. He was known for his honesty and integrity, never taking even a thread that did not belong to him. When the owner of the factory retired, he turned to Sam with an offer to buy the business. Without much money, Sam explained he could not afford the investment. Yet, a banker from Hanover Bank knew of Sam and his reputation as a person of the highest integrity and on a handshake alone, with no down payment, loaned him the money to start his tie business, Fogel Ties.
He trusted him intuitively. How different the world could be if there were more people like Sam Fogel? The Torah aspires to this kind of society. A world based on trust and truth. In the Torah portion of Matot, we learn about the significance of vows. If a person makes a promise, he is required to keep it unless absolved by a Beth Din for a legitimate reason. God states, "When a person makes a vow, he should not make it profane." Rashi explains that this is a reminder not to devalue or cheapen our words. God created us with the power of speech. Each word creates or destroys. As Solomon wrote, "Life and Death are in the hand of the tongue."
The upcoming Nine Days offers an opportunity to reflect on whether we are using our speech wisely. When we make a promise, do we deliver? When trusted with confidential information, do we protect it? Is our word one people can count on?
God will watch over us if we trust him. Soon after Sam purchased the factory, a young buyer from Bloomingdales came to him and asked if could manufacture a few ties as he was interested in starting his own business. They built a relationship that lasted decades. His name was Ralph Lauren.
Sam harnessed God's gifts not only to rebuild his life, but to employ and care for his devoted employees and become a pillar of generosity in his community.
Wishing you and your families a Shabbat Shalom,
Rabbi Daniel Cohen
Service Notes
  • Youth department groups update: This will be the last Shabbat of Jr. Congregation until September. Tot Shabbat and Mini Minyan will continue throughout the summer.
  • Complete Tisha Bav Schedule
Rabbi Daniel Cohen Halacha The Nine Days Beginning this Sunday evening with the new month of Av, we enter into a mourning period called the Nine Days, culminating with Tisha B'Av. The restrictions include, most notably, no consumption of meat and wine (with the exception of on Shabbat) and no live music and haircuts. We also refrain from recreational swimming. click here for info from the OU. However, one may eat meat if participating in a celebration, siyum of a Tractate of the Talmud. Join me on Tuesday night, July 25th at 6:30 PM at 613 for a siyum.
Two Mitzvah Events on Sunday, July 25
  • 9:30 AM- Chesed Kickoff and Breakfast - Do a Mitzvah on Site and Learn How to Get Involved in Chesed! More info in bulletin
  • 11:00 AM - Shemot Burial at CAS Cemetery - Holy Articles must be treated with care and are buried. We will perform this mitzvah on Sunday morning. If you have items to bring, please do and we will also bury the boxes of shemot we are storing at CAS. This is a unique education event for all ages. For more information about Shemot, visit
Join Rabbi Cohen's Special Nine Days Class this Tuesday evening at 7:30 PM at CAS Daniel's Prophecies and Messages for Our Generation
Take a Minute to Support Israel Supporting Israel isn't hard -- there are many things that you can do that take literally one minute. The Israel Committee now has a website built on this idea. Go to for simple things that you can do, from calling your Congressional representatives to social media posts, that take only a minute or two. Check back frequently for updates and ideas for things you can do!
This Week in Jewish History is on hiatus for the remainder of the Summer. But catch up on the series Just click here to view the YouTube Channel
Kosher Alerts The OU reminds you to always check the label before purchasing any item that needs kosher certification! And for the latest corrective actions, stay up with the latest OU KOSHER CONSUMER ALERTS & ADVISORIES...just click here
Kosher Advisory Breaking news from the OU - newly certified items! to check out the list click here
LIPS product of the week Check out our new Love Israel Products Blog (LIPS) for the latest ways to support Israel! Thank you to Lola Halperin and Aaron Goldenberg for organizing.
Shabbat Topics & Participants
Torah Before TefillahRabbi Oran Zweiter
Coffee & CommentaryRabbi Daniel Cohen
Library ShiurBarry Best: The Status of the Temple Mount - Rav Zholty's analysis of the Raavad and the Rambam
ShiurDavid Bessaleli: Unhappy ending Purims for Iranian Jews during Shiite Islam - too many Hamans, too many Zereshes, with no Mordechai or Esther to help save them
SermonRabbi Oran Zweiter
Daf YomiDavid Bessaleli
Perek on the PatioRabbi Daniel Cohen
Seudat ShlishitRabbi Daniel Cohen
Torah ReaderJay Jubas
Weekday Schedule
ShacharitShacharit: Sunday 7:15 AM/8:30 AM, Monday 6:20 AM/7:30 AM, Tuesday-Friday 6:30 AM/7:30 AM
MinchaMincha: Sunday-Thursday 8:10 PM, Friday 7:00 PM/8:01 PM
Late MaarivMonday-Thursday: The Learning Center, 1766 Bedford Street, 8:45 PM
Candles Friday7:56 PM
MondayRosh Chodesh Av
  • to the family of Joseph Streltsov
  • to Howard Fogel on the passing of his father, Sam
  • to Marty Michlin on the passing of his wife, Lynne
  • We wish Tina Notik and her family much comfort and strength on the passing of her beloved grandfather, Moses V. Habib.
For up to date shiva and contact info:
To make a memorial contribution online, and have us send an acknowledgement to the family, please click here
Mazal Tov
  • to Lee Fanwick on the birth of a great-grandson, Xavier Avraham, born to Janette & Dan Woskow
Celebrate with the family! Make a donation in their honor and we will send an acknowledgement to the family. Just click here
Thanks To Our Sponsors
Shabbat Shalom Hospital PackagesEric & Rebecca Sigman in honor of Jacob Sigman's 13th birthday and the Linda Beson Nursing Education Fund
Library KiddushElliot Levy in honor of Linda Levy's mother Helen Javorsky's 10th yahrzeit and her 100th birthday
Chapel KiddushRichard Schwartz and his brother, Cantor Michael Schwartz, on the occasion of the eleventh yahrzeit of their dear departed Uncle Irving Schwartz, Yitzchak ben Moshe Ha Levi - a man of sterling character
Sanctuary KiddushSeth and Dinah Miller Marlowe in honor of the yahrzeit of Seth's father, David Marlowe
Seudat Shlishitby Ruth & Mel Aminoff in commemoration of the 100th Yahrtzeit of Ruth Aminoff's grandfather Sholom Mattinko, and grandmother, Russy Kashner Mattisinko
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Email Matt and he will contact you or see Hecky or Irwin to arrange a Kiddush.
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Tisha Bav
CAS Tisha B'Av Schedule
CAS Calendar 7/21 10:13 AM - 27 Tamuz 5777
Monday, July 31
Mincha 7:50 PM
Fast Begins 8:00 PM
Tuesday, August 1
Shacharit followed by brief recitation of Kinot 6:30 AM
Shacharit 8:30 AM
Shacharit followed by Explanatory Kinot led by Rabbi Daniel Cohen, Rabbi Oran Zweiter, Rabbi Alex Ozar, Rabbi Kivi Attar and Jay Jubas
Yeshiva University Live Tisha BAv Similcast 11:00 AM
featuring Rabbi Dr. Jacob J. Schacter, University Professor of Jewish Thought and History at YU and YU CJF Senior Scholar
Early Mincha 1:45 PM
Movie: No Place on Earth 2:00 PM
While mapping out the largest cave system in Ukraine, evidence appears that Jewish families spent nearly a year and a half in the pitch-black caves to escape the Nazis. This is the story of survival underground when life above ground was unbearable.
Movie: Shanghai Ghetto 3:45 PM
Stripped of possessions and rights, German and Eastern European Jews flee to an unlikely destination to avoid persecution from the Nazis. This is the story of Jews who found refuge in a very unlikely place.
The Chofetz Chaim Heritage Foundation video 5:30 PM
Featuring Rabbi Yisroel Reisman, Rosh Yeshiva Torah Vedaas, Dayan Yonasan Abraham, London Beth Din and Rabbi Ephraim Shapiro, Cong. Shaarey Tefila
Mincha followed by Maariv 7:30 PM
Fast Ends 8:52 PM
CAS Israel Advocacy Update
Be one of fifteen teens to be selected for a free trip to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee Policy Conference, March 4th-6th, 2018 in Washington DC. The trip will include registration, travel and hotel and the winners will join the Agudath Sholom AIPAC delegation. The participants will also be required to attend the Stamford JCC Speak Up for Israel program. To be one of the fifteen selected, submit a 500 word essay: "WHY DOES AIPAC NEED YOU?"
If you could lobby the members of Congress on Capitol Hill, what would you say? What case would you present about the issues affecting the United States and Israel? Essays will be evaluated by a local and national panel of AIPAC supporters.
Submit to Rabbi Cohen by August 31 at
Open to 9th-12th graders from CAS. We are grateful to Stephanie and Bob Sherman for sponsoring the fellowships in memory of Stephanie's mother, Rosalie Aberman and Michael and Sandra Kamen. We are deeply appreciative of their generosity. If you would like to enable more teens to attend the AIPAC Policy Conference through a contribution to our AIPAC Teen Fund, please be in touch.
Israel is in our mind and hearts. Please consider joining me next spring for the AIPAC Policy Conference. For more info visit AIPAC. Join us on our Fall Trip. For more info visit Israel Trip.
Am Yisrael Chai!
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Adult Education Event:  Rabbi Shlomo Brody
Rabbi Shlomo Brody, founder and director the Tikvah Fund and editor of the Ask the Rabbi column for the Jerusalem Post
Judaism and Fundamentalism: The Case of Wiping out Amalek
Join us for this CAS Adult Education Program, an opportunity to hear an incredible scholar address a very difficult and thorny topic
July Celebration Kiddush
Shabbat, July 29
July Celebration Kiddush
Any occasion is an opportunity to sponsor a kiddush: a birthday, an anniversary, a graduation, a baby naming, you are just glad someone is home safely after traveling, or just because. Celebrate your July milestone by co-sponsoring our July Celebration Kiddush on July 29th. $36 to co-sponsor

Participants as of July 21 Morning:

Jen & Avi Avigdor
Daniella & Mitchel Balsam
Darona & Tzvi Bernstein
H&E Bernstein
Aliza & Cantor Rafael Bokow
David & Jessie Brand
Judy & Jeff Cahn
Rabbi Daniel & Diane Cohen
Rachel & Nimrod Dayan
Emily & Zvi Dubitzky
Daniel Family
Lee Fanwick
Mariya Feldman
Stephanie & Howard Fogel
Henry Goldberg
Lisa Goldberg
Hilary & Ari Goldstein
Michelle & Howland Gordon
Gloria Green
Shira & Ethan Green
Tricia & Robert Hoff
Rachel & Gavin Kaimowitz
Liat & Benjy Karsch
Elissa & Philip Klapper
Andrea & Ari Lefkovits
Shari & Ari Levine
Dinah Miller & Seth Marlowe
Omer Neumeier
Rose & Bruce Newman
Jonathan Osser
Veronica & Erwin Reich
Joseph Rubbak
Sharon & Burt Rubin
Ilyse & Dean Schuckman
Shelly & Harold Schwartz
Shelley & Eddie Senker
Lillian & Sandy Shapiro
Rosalyn Sherman
Daniel Sobelsohn
Josh, Miriam & David Liam Sperber
Sharon & Simeon Wohlberg
Shushannah & Ari Yasgur
Chani & Oran Zweiter
JNF Speaker
Shabbat, August 12
JNF Speaker
As ALEH Negevs Director of Development in the USA , Avnet Kleiner works closely with Jewish National Fund to promote his organization, a pioneering rehabilitation village in Israels Negev that provides medical and therapeutic care to residents with severe cognitive and physical disabilities, as well as outpatient rehabilitative services to children and young adults. His extensive experience in the nonprofit sector includes founding of ALFA, which advances the rights of Israeli Holocaust survivors, and WhatIsrael, which recruits, trains, and sends students to university campuses worldwide to promote constructive conversations about Israel.

He will speak at the Chapel & Sanctuary services and at Seudat Shlishit
New CAS Class
New Class with Rabbi Oran Zweiter
The Lonely Man of Faith - Thursday, 9 AM
Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik was known as one of the 20th century's most prominent religious thinkers. His ideas continue to resonate throughout Jewish and non-Jewish circles alike. Join us on Thursday mornings at 9 AM as we study the thought of this spiritual giant. We will begin with his monumental work in English, "The Lonely Man of Faith." Copies will be distributed.
CAS Classes
Week of July 23
SundayRabbi Oran Zweiter: Bible from the Beginning - 9:15 AM
MondayBob Abrams: Tanach - The Book of Kings - 10:15 AM
TuesdayRabbi Daniel Cohen: Daniel's Prophecies and Messages for Our Generation - 7:30 PM
WednesdayRabbi Oran Zweiter: Weekly Haftorah - 9:00 AM
ThursdayRabbi Oran Zweiter: The Lonely Man of Faith - 9:00 AM
FridayRabbi Daniel Cohen: The Pre-Shabbos Torah Taste - 8:15 AM
CAS Young Families
Young Couples Outdoor Movie Night Sunday, August 6th at 8 pm. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and join CAS Young Couples for an backyard movie night!! Beverages and light snacks will be provided. No cost but RSVP on the CAS website required (adults only please). At the private home of a congregant--address will be provided upon RSVP.

CAS Young Families will host our first women's book club August 7th at 7:45 PM at the private home of a congregant. The first book to be read is The Zookeeper's Wife: A War Story by Diane Ackerman. You can find the link to the book on amazon and it is available in kindle and paperback (or at the library). click to see the Book on Please RSVP if you will attend to Laura by August 2, Address of meeting will be given upon RSVP. We will also discuss the book club format and the selection and host for the next book club meeting. Looking forward to seeing many of you there and to discussing this interesting story!

Toddler Time Playgroup Tuesdays, 3:30 pm. Please join us for an hour of free play for children 1 to 4 years old and their caregivers. Facilitated by two moms of toddlers, this drop-in group meets weekly at CAS in the downstairs children's classroom. No cost, a light snack provided. Info: Jessica Furmansky

Mommy and Me Bring your baby and come meet other moms at CAS. Thursdays 11:30 AM -12:30 PM For Babies birth through 1. This is a free group open to the community. Info: contact Melissa Litwak at
CAS Announcements
  • CHESED KICKOFF & BREAKFAST Kick off the start of your year by getting involved in Chesed! Have breakfast on us while partaking in hands-on Chesed activities that will enrich the lives of our shul members, Stamford community, and greater Jewish community at large. Get a sneak peek at our core yearly initiatives and help make a difference. Adults and children welcome! Sunday, 7/30 from 9:30-10:30. Rsvp appreciated:
  • JOIN THE CAS DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT TEAM hosted by the Stamford Federation on August 2nd. For more info, contact Adam Furmansky at
  • NOTE Dena Block, our Steinmetz, Alexander, Bernstein Yoetzet Halacha is on maternity leave until July 26th. In the interim, please direct questions to Tova Sinensky at 201 315 3492 or
  • THE HARVEST NOW GARDEN IS BACK - WE NEED YOU! The Harvest Now Garden produces vegetables for a local homeless shelter. It is a great project for young and old and families. Last year, the crop yielded over 300 pounds of vegetables. If you are interested in joining the fun, email To learn more about Harvest Now, visit
  • JOSEPH AND JULIA MACY MEMORIAL LECTURE - FEATURED SPEAKER RABBI SAUL BERMAN 7:30 pm, Tuesday, September 12th at CAS. Rabbi Saul J. Berman, a leading Orthodox teacher and thinker who has made extensive contributions to the role of social ethics in synagogue life and to the understanding of the applicability of Jewish Law to contemporary society, will be the featured speaker at a pre-Rosh Hashana lecture at Congregation Agudath Sholom. His topic, which will focus on the obligation of forgiving individuals before the High Holidays, will be "Forgiveness for Failings in Friendships."
  • HEALING VISITS MITZVAH UPDATE - Thank you to all of our volunteers on our healing visits team. The healing visits team is a group of men and women in our shul who visit people in the hospital, facilities or at at home. It a very meaningful way to lift people's sprits and make a difference. You can offer as much or as little time as you have for each person is world unto themselves are your warmth lights up their day. Every week we send out a healing visit update. To join the team, contact Rabbi Cohen at
  • CAS FREE MEZUZAH CAMPAIGN IN FAIRFIELD COUNTY, CT Bringing Blessings to Jewish Homes. Do you know a neighbor or a friend who lacks a mezuzah? CAS offers a free mezuzah and home visit to post this sacred scroll at the entrance to all Jewish homes in the area. For more info, contact Rabbi Cohen:
  • JOIN THE CHEVRA KADISHA We need new volunteers for the Chevra - those willing to perform a tahara. Info: Please contact Rochel Attar at
  • IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING We need you to help secure our Synagogue. As you come to the building, please be aware of your surroundings. If you see something out of the ordinary, please let someone know about it. This will keep everyone safe.
  • WELCOME TO OUR SYNAGOGUE PROGRAM Every Shabbat we station ushers at the doors in the sanctuary to welcome people, assist them and enhance the service. We are expanding the usher roles to include a greeter in the lobby from 9-10:30 am. Please join the usher team. We need you and your smile. Info: Mitchell Bell.
  • COMMUNITY CHESED HELPERS An important role of the Chesed committee is outreach to the Shul's elderly and homebound, who are often isolated and lack a lifeline to our synagogue. Volunteer to reach out and identify needs, visit, or give a ride. Even small gestures mean a great deal Interested? Vivian Weiss at 203-323-0909 or If you are aware of elderly or homebound members in need of outreach, please notify Rabbi Cohen.
  • WE WANT YOU FOR BINGO! Players AND volunteers needed. Join in on the fun we have every MONDAY at 6:00 PM


Open on Sunday from 10 am - noon

We need volunteers! Please call Julie at (203) 321-6460 or Anne at (203) 321-5072

Community Announcements
  • UJF DODGE BALL TOURNAMENT FOR CHARITY: Join the United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien on August 2, 2017 at 6:15pm at the Stamford JCC courts for the annual Dodgeball Tournament for Charity" sponsored by Titlevest. Enjoy schmoozing with friends, a kosher BBQ and rounds of dodgeball to benefit 3SQUARE, a UJF program providing nutritious food to local public school children in need on the weekends. Play begins at 7:15pm. Not into playing? Come support our cause and be a spectator! For adults of all ages. $25 entrance fee with $18 going directly to 3SQUARE. Because hunger doesn't take a break for the weekend. Other sponsors include BBWG (beverage sponsor), BCDS, Carmel Academy & the Stamford JCC. To sign up go to or contact Sharon Franklin at 203-321-1373 ext. 109/
  • END OF SUMMER BARNYARD BASH! Come celebrate the end of summer and make new friends at this FREE, fabulous family event hosted by Bi-Cultural Day School. For Jewish families everywhere, with children ages birth to 6 (older siblings welcome) the 'End of Summer Barnyard Bash' will take place on Sunday August 27, from 3-5pm, on the Bi-Cultural Day School field. Featuring the wonderful Runaround Farm, a petting zoo, with a wide range of farm animals for the children to meet and touch, plus pony rides for everyone! Your kids will love the child-friendly, fun-filled activities and entertainment, including an oversized bounce house and inflatable slide, exquisite face painting, balloon animals, parachute and field games, animal-themed arts & crafts, the children's playground, live music, delicious snacks, our very own ice-cream truck and much more! BYO picnic blankets and chairs and join us on the Bi-Cultural Day School field. From our Bi-Cultural family to yours, we look forward to welcoming you for what promises to be a fantastic, family event! Please RSVP to as soon as possible so we can confirm numbers for catering purposes. Kosher Dairy snacks/drinks will be served.
  • ANNOUNCING THE 3RD ANNUAL BACK TO SCHOOL SHOP EVENT ON JULY 30! Can you help? Back to School Shop provides economically disadvantaged elementary school children in Stamford with the opportunity to "shop" for brand new clothes, backpacks and school supplies at no charge, in a one day event. We served nearly 200 children in our event last summer and hope to increase the number to 250 this year! Can you volunteer for a 4 hour shift at our event? To volunteer, please register here: For more information please visit
  • DO A MITZVAH! CONSIDER SUPPORTING THE JFS KOSHER FOOD PANTRY by purchasing Mitzvah Baskets and/or Mitzvah Centerpieces instead of flowers for your next simcha at CAS. Distributions from the JFS Kosher Food Pantry have increased by more than 1000 since the recession. With this tremendous upsurge in use, JFS is constantly challenged to keep the food pantry full. Your generosity enables JFS to help those in our community in their greatest moments of need.
  • HAVE AN EXTRA COAT IN YOUR CLOSET? Schoke Jewish Family Service Kosher Food Pantry is collecting new or gently used winter gear for our food pantry clients. Coats, hats, scarves, gloves and mittens for adults and children Or donation of retail gift cards (e.g. Old Navy, Target, Kohl's, etc.) Donations can be dropped off Monday - Friday between 9 am - 4 pm at Schoke JFS, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor, Stamford. For additional information, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky at 203-921-4161 or
  • SCHOKE JFS LIFE TRANSITIONS, beginning Wednesday at 4 pm. Support group, meeting weekly, for unemployed facing the emotional challenges of finding employment at the Stamford Schoke JFS office, 733 Summer Street, 6th Floor. Contact Anne Birchenough at 203-921-4161 or
  • LETS TALK (FREE) Thursdays, 11 am at the Stamford JCC, 1035 Newfield Avenue, 1 pm at the Westport Senior Center, 21 Imperial Avenue, and 12:45 pm at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities, 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield. Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Schoke Jewish Family Service counselor. Contact Anne Birchenough at 203-921-4161 or
  • LETS TALK Fairfield, starting in February 23rd at 12:45 pm at the Bigelow Center for Senior Activities, 100 Mona Terrace, Fairfield. Seniors talk about common interests and concerns, facilitated by a Schoke Jewish Family Service counselor. Contact Rebekah Kanefsky at 203-921-4161 or
  • NOT ENOUGH MONEY FOR FOOD? Schoke JFS will provide information and eligibility assistance for financial help to purchase food. For a consultation, please contact Rebekah Kanefsky, Schoke JFS Case Manager at 203-921-4161 or email
We Wish A Speedy Recovery To
  • Avraham ben Frances
  • Dinah bat Maria
  • Dov ben Pnina
  • Eliezer Yitzchak Dovid ben Miriam Rivka
  • Eliezer ben Leah
  • Feivel Yakov ben Sarah Rochel
  • Ida bat Hanna
  • Ina bat Rivka
  • Moshe Elya ben Chana
  • Refael Ephraim ben Sima
  • Shelamet D'vorah bat Chaya Faygel
  • Shifra Feige bat Reichel
  • Shifra Leah bat Chaya Sarah
  • Shoshana bat Etel
  • Yitzchak Asher ben Chana Shayva Chaya
  • Yosef ben Liba
  • Zev Mordechai ben Chaya Gittel
  • Zvi Doniel ben Chia Priva

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