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Szejna Handel SZCZECINER/SCZUCZYNER #general

Avraham <435.gavea@...>
 

Is there anyone who could possibly add anything about the person below:

SZCZECINER, Szejna Handel - this is the spelling I find on JewishGen.
It's a birth record, >from Wyszogrod (Plock Gubernia / Warszawa
Province, it says), >from the file comprising births between
1846,47,51-56,58-65,68,69,72,73
Marriages >from 1846,47,51,53-56,58-64,68
and deaths >from 1846,47,51-64,68.

If only I could have her husband, siblings or children... I could
definetely link her to my family and even order the LDS microfilm #
above.
Anything is appreciated.

In any case, I would like to take the chance to thank all the people
here who are often so kind and helpful. After I joined jewishgen a
year and a half ago, I obtained a myriad of invaluable information.


Avraham Yehoshua Kahana,
Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil

Seeking:
Poland (Zychlin, Wiskitki, Warszawa), Lithuania/Belarus/surroundings: KANO
(KAHANA), TZUKERKORN, SZCZUCZYNIER, SOCHACZEWSKI, SKROBECK, RAIDZWILLER,
HORCHSTEIN ... Romania, Moldova (Chisinau[Kishinev], Calarasi[Kalarash]): GIVERTS,
ROSEMARIN, FRAIMAN ... Ukraine (Sokiryany[Secureni], Ozeve[Ojeva]): SCHECHTMAN,
TSIPERSTEIN, BERENSTEIN, KOIFMAN, TRACHTENBERG, VAISENBERG
Remote connections: BRANDT, SHOIKHET, BARAF, GUN, LAZAROVITS


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Szejna Handel SZCZECINER/SCZUCZYNER #general

Avraham <435.gavea@...>
 

Is there anyone who could possibly add anything about the person below:

SZCZECINER, Szejna Handel - this is the spelling I find on JewishGen.
It's a birth record, >from Wyszogrod (Plock Gubernia / Warszawa
Province, it says), >from the file comprising births between
1846,47,51-56,58-65,68,69,72,73
Marriages >from 1846,47,51,53-56,58-64,68
and deaths >from 1846,47,51-64,68.

If only I could have her husband, siblings or children... I could
definetely link her to my family and even order the LDS microfilm #
above.
Anything is appreciated.

In any case, I would like to take the chance to thank all the people
here who are often so kind and helpful. After I joined jewishgen a
year and a half ago, I obtained a myriad of invaluable information.


Avraham Yehoshua Kahana,
Rio de Janeiro,
Brazil

Seeking:
Poland (Zychlin, Wiskitki, Warszawa), Lithuania/Belarus/surroundings: KANO
(KAHANA), TZUKERKORN, SZCZUCZYNIER, SOCHACZEWSKI, SKROBECK, RAIDZWILLER,
HORCHSTEIN ... Romania, Moldova (Chisinau[Kishinev], Calarasi[Kalarash]): GIVERTS,
ROSEMARIN, FRAIMAN ... Ukraine (Sokiryany[Secureni], Ozeve[Ojeva]): SCHECHTMAN,
TSIPERSTEIN, BERENSTEIN, KOIFMAN, TRACHTENBERG, VAISENBERG
Remote connections: BRANDT, SHOIKHET, BARAF, GUN, LAZAROVITS


Submitting Pages of Testimony for Missing Relatives? #general

Ruth and Bruce Lynn <lynn33@...>
 

Hello,

I've submitted Pages of Testimony to Yad Vashem for 130 family members
whose fates I've been able to discover. I also have compiled a list of
about a hundred other relatives whose fates I have not been able to
discover. I know their names, birth places and dates, parents, spouses
and children's names, and often, their home towns before the War. I've
searched for these people many times in Yad Vashem's database, in the US
Holocaust Museum's survivors database, in the US Social Security Death
Index, and in Jewishgen'sWorldwide Burial Index.

My questions are:

First, is there some other source that I should check? And second,
shall I submit Pages of Testimony for these family members, even though
some may have actually died before the war, and some may have survived
the Holocaust? I sent this question by e-mail to Yad Vashem a few weeks
ago, but have not received an answer.

Thanks for your help.

Ruth Nadelman Lynn
Lexington, MA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Submitting Pages of Testimony for Missing Relatives? #general

Ruth and Bruce Lynn <lynn33@...>
 

Hello,

I've submitted Pages of Testimony to Yad Vashem for 130 family members
whose fates I've been able to discover. I also have compiled a list of
about a hundred other relatives whose fates I have not been able to
discover. I know their names, birth places and dates, parents, spouses
and children's names, and often, their home towns before the War. I've
searched for these people many times in Yad Vashem's database, in the US
Holocaust Museum's survivors database, in the US Social Security Death
Index, and in Jewishgen'sWorldwide Burial Index.

My questions are:

First, is there some other source that I should check? And second,
shall I submit Pages of Testimony for these family members, even though
some may have actually died before the war, and some may have survived
the Holocaust? I sent this question by e-mail to Yad Vashem a few weeks
ago, but have not received an answer.

Thanks for your help.

Ruth Nadelman Lynn
Lexington, MA


Re: SCHLESINGER Genealogy/DNA #general

John Hrusovszky <jhrusovszky@...>
 

Good afternoon, sir.

A few years back while researching the SCHLESINGER line that I believe is
my GGrandfather, you had asked me if I at least had a given name to aid in
locating the family lineage.
I believe that to have been Richard who was born in Klucove, Bolesov,
Rabinate, Slovakia 20 Oct 1871. His father was Adolf Schlesinger b. 1842
in Nemsova, Slovakia, and his father was Jacob Schlesinger b. 1820 in Bolesov.
What I am trying to do is tie Richard Schlesinger via some old records/documents
that may exist as being the father to my paternal grandfather. I do not know
where to turn to pursue this anymore -- *if* Richard was truly the father, I can
continue researching his lineage, but somehow I need to know that I am
researching the correct line.

Thank you in advance.

John Hrusovszky

Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 12:27:34 -0400
From: Roger Lustig <trovato@bellatlantic.net>
Reply-To: julierog@ix.netcom.com
To: John <jayjay@tznet.com>
CC: JewishGen Discussion Group <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Re: SCHLESINGER Genealogy/DNA


John Hruszovsky wrote:

We are still trying to locate information on the surname Schlesinger which
goes back to Czechoslovakia in the late 1800's. One of our proven
relation was living on a "Schlesinger Majer" near Nove' Mesto, nad
Va'hom, Czechoslovakia (near Piestany) and conceived my Grandfather. We
have no name nor proof of a father to him, but it was rumoured that it
was the owner of the farm, a Mr.Schlesinger.
I have yet to come across any Schlesinger researchers anywhere that have
this lineage as well, so I'm reaching for straws now :(
[much deleted]

I was thinking of some sort of DNA testing to either prove or disprove that
we came >from the Schlesinger lineage - at least then we'd know what to
pursue.
I know there are many DNA testings going on throughout the world to prove
lineages -- does anyone know if there is such testing going on with any
Schlesingers? We have been at a brick wall on this for a couple years
and feel like it's now our only hope to see if this is the lineage we
need to pursue or not.
Dear John:

If only it were *any* other name! SCHLESINGER was the single most common
name among Jews in Silesia (just north of the border). This is not
surprising, as the name means "Silesian." In 1812, there were over 80
SCHLESINGER households in Silesia. I don't have figures for Bohemia or
Moravia, but the name was common elsewhere too.

Without at least a given name for your SCHLESINGER, you'd be better off
searching haystacks for needles. Are there any land-ownership records
available?

Best of luck,
Roger LUSTIG
Princeton, NJ
Researching Gliwice & other towns in Upper Silesia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Fwd: Re: SCHLESINGER Genealogy/DNA #general

John Hrusovszky <jhrusovszky@...>
 

Good afternoon, sir.

A few years back while researching the SCHLESINGER line that I believe is
my GGrandfather, you had asked me if I at least had a given name to aid in
locating the family lineage.
I believe that to have been Richard who was born in Klucove, Bolesov,
Rabinate, Slovakia 20 Oct 1871. His father was Adolf Schlesinger b. 1842
in Nemsova, Slovakia, and his father was Jacob Schlesinger b. 1820 in Bolesov.
What I am trying to do is tie Richard Schlesinger via some old records/documents
that may exist as being the father to my paternal grandfather. I do not know
where to turn to pursue this anymore -- *if* Richard was truly the father, I can
continue researching his lineage, but somehow I need to know that I am
researching the correct line.

Thank you in advance.

John Hrusovszky

Date: Tue, 24 Jun 2003 12:27:34 -0400
From: Roger Lustig <trovato@bellatlantic.net>
Reply-To: julierog@ix.netcom.com
To: John <jayjay@tznet.com>
CC: JewishGen Discussion Group <jewishgen@lyris.jewishgen.org>
Subject: Re: SCHLESINGER Genealogy/DNA


John Hruszovsky wrote:

We are still trying to locate information on the surname Schlesinger which
goes back to Czechoslovakia in the late 1800's. One of our proven
relation was living on a "Schlesinger Majer" near Nove' Mesto, nad
Va'hom, Czechoslovakia (near Piestany) and conceived my Grandfather. We
have no name nor proof of a father to him, but it was rumoured that it
was the owner of the farm, a Mr.Schlesinger.
I have yet to come across any Schlesinger researchers anywhere that have
this lineage as well, so I'm reaching for straws now :(
[much deleted]

I was thinking of some sort of DNA testing to either prove or disprove that
we came >from the Schlesinger lineage - at least then we'd know what to
pursue.
I know there are many DNA testings going on throughout the world to prove
lineages -- does anyone know if there is such testing going on with any
Schlesingers? We have been at a brick wall on this for a couple years
and feel like it's now our only hope to see if this is the lineage we
need to pursue or not.
Dear John:

If only it were *any* other name! SCHLESINGER was the single most common
name among Jews in Silesia (just north of the border). This is not
surprising, as the name means "Silesian." In 1812, there were over 80
SCHLESINGER households in Silesia. I don't have figures for Bohemia or
Moravia, but the name was common elsewhere too.

Without at least a given name for your SCHLESINGER, you'd be better off
searching haystacks for needles. Are there any land-ownership records
available?

Best of luck,
Roger LUSTIG
Princeton, NJ
Researching Gliwice & other towns in Upper Silesia


Re: BUTTON family England to Australia #general

cecilia <myths@...>
 

On 10 Jan 2008 19:04:21 -0800, rmbhart@alphalink.com.au (Ray Hart)
wrote:

Dear Listers,
Would any know where I might find passenger lists for those who migrated >from
England to Australia in the early 1900s?
... ... Ethel BUTTON ... ... William BUTTON ... ... rest of the family
group ... ...I would like to know the years, the ships, port embarkation,
ect. Any help truely appreciated.
Search http://www.google.com for ""passenger lists"" and get a link to
http://www.ancestorsonboard.com/ (Official Data: Passenger Lists Dating
from 1890 Through To 1960)
There's a lot of information free, and more on the manifests, for
which one has to pay (findmypast.com). An Ethel Button, aged 26, is
listed going to Melbourne >from London in 1891.

My experience is that not all personal details in the manifests are
correct, and people that weren't able to sail were not always deleted.

For not-specifically-Jewish queries dealing with England (Scotland,
Wales) I recommend soc.genealogy.britain

Cecilia Nyleve


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: BUTTON family England to Australia #general

cecilia <myths@...>
 

On 10 Jan 2008 19:04:21 -0800, rmbhart@alphalink.com.au (Ray Hart)
wrote:

Dear Listers,
Would any know where I might find passenger lists for those who migrated >from
England to Australia in the early 1900s?
... ... Ethel BUTTON ... ... William BUTTON ... ... rest of the family
group ... ...I would like to know the years, the ships, port embarkation,
ect. Any help truely appreciated.
Search http://www.google.com for ""passenger lists"" and get a link to
http://www.ancestorsonboard.com/ (Official Data: Passenger Lists Dating
from 1890 Through To 1960)
There's a lot of information free, and more on the manifests, for
which one has to pay (findmypast.com). An Ethel Button, aged 26, is
listed going to Melbourne >from London in 1891.

My experience is that not all personal details in the manifests are
correct, and people that weren't able to sail were not always deleted.

For not-specifically-Jewish queries dealing with England (Scotland,
Wales) I recommend soc.genealogy.britain

Cecilia Nyleve


Burials at Beth Moses, Wellwood cemeteries #rabbinic

Bernard Weill
 

To my colleagues,

Unfortunately, I find myself in the position where I often times
visit the Beth Moses cemetery in Long Island. While I am there, I
take the opportunity to visit the kever of the Tzeilemer Rov in
Wellwood, the adjoining cemetery.

I would like to know if other rabbonim, chassidishe rebbes are
buried in these two cemeteries. Thank you.

B Weill


Rabbinic Genealogy SIG #Rabbinic Burials at Beth Moses, Wellwood cemeteries #rabbinic

Bernard Weill
 

To my colleagues,

Unfortunately, I find myself in the position where I often times
visit the Beth Moses cemetery in Long Island. While I am there, I
take the opportunity to visit the kever of the Tzeilemer Rov in
Wellwood, the adjoining cemetery.

I would like to know if other rabbonim, chassidishe rebbes are
buried in these two cemeteries. Thank you.

B Weill


IDENTIFICATION: Losiec, POLAND? Military Unit #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

Seeking identification of military unit which I have posted at:
http://www.genealogy.com/users/m/c/t/H-michael-Mcteer/PHOTO/0035photo.html

The original is in the possession of a "WYMAN" family, Jacob, Rose, Tillie
and half sister "Marige" (STEINMAN), of Losiec who immigrated to the US
before WWII.

I do not know if the writing on the placard is any more visible or can be
better scanned (which probably would identify the picture). Perhaps someone
familar with military uniforms, insigna, medals. The unit is comprised of
thirty-five men. There do not appear to be any firearms, but some type of
belted long knife or short swords are shown.

Thanks,

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA USA
mcteer@gmail.com


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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen IDENTIFICATION: Losiec, POLAND? Military Unit #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

Seeking identification of military unit which I have posted at:
http://www.genealogy.com/users/m/c/t/H-michael-Mcteer/PHOTO/0035photo.html

The original is in the possession of a "WYMAN" family, Jacob, Rose, Tillie
and half sister "Marige" (STEINMAN), of Losiec who immigrated to the US
before WWII.

I do not know if the writing on the placard is any more visible or can be
better scanned (which probably would identify the picture). Perhaps someone
familar with military uniforms, insigna, medals. The unit is comprised of
thirty-five men. There do not appear to be any firearms, but some type of
belted long knife or short swords are shown.

Thanks,

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA USA
mcteer@gmail.com


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Do You Know - Louis "GREER", Los Angeles, CA USA/Icchok Lipa GRYNBAUM, Sosnowiec, POLAND #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

It is times like this that I realize what a poor genealogist I would make.
And a sense of wasted years.

I have known of my cousin Louis "GREER" for a few years now and have
reported of him here. He was born Icchok Lipa GRYNBAUM, 27 Jul 1923,
Sosnowiec, Poland, s/o Izrael David GRYNBAUM and Golda LENCZNER. He had at
least one sister Brucha GRYNBAUM, born 28 Feb 1925, Sosnowiec. Golda is the
d/o Litman Isaac and Gitel Rywke (GLIKSMAN) LENCZNER of Szczekociny, Poland.
Golda died 15 Aug 1943, Sosnowiec. I do not know what became of her husband,
daughter or if there might have been other children. Golda is the sister of
my great grandmother, Liba. After the war, Golda's brother, David LENTZNER
(1894 - 1967), went to Europe looking for relatives and found only Louis
returning to the US with him. Louis had a numbered tattoo so apparently he
was at Auschwitz.

I have Louis's death certificate, 11 Aug 1967, giving his address on Delita
Dr., Woodland Hills, CA, noting a wife "Ronnie" whom I was unable to locate.
That he worked for "Landis". For whatever reason, I was under the impression
that he had no children. However this past week, I received something that I
should have obtained long ago; his Los Angeles Times obit. This names his
wife and two children!!! Apparently a son and a daughter (whom I hesitate to
name as they are probably still living). I believe I have tentatively id'd
them with the daughter being born in CA in 1955 and the son being born in CA
in 1960. Further the son maybe the GREER who married a WENTZEL in 1980 (Los
Angeles Co.). Ronnie's surname maybe ACK. Apparently Louis and Ronnie were
NOT married in CA. Ronnie's parents maybe Frank ACK (1884-1972) and Dorothe
(WEBBER) ACK (1894-1985).

Would I be correct in believing it a bit unusual for the Masons to have been
involved in the funeral service of Louis (Hillside Memorial Park)? The
particular 'lodge' located in Santa Monica has an active website with a
number of Jewish surnames. An initial report >from them reports Louis was not
an member of their lodge and the service was probably performed on behalf of
another lodge.

If you know of this family, please contact me privately.

Thanks,

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA USA
mcteer@gmail.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Do You Know - Louis "GREER", Los Angeles, CA USA/Icchok Lipa GRYNBAUM, Sosnowiec, POLAND #general

Michael McTeer <mcteer@...>
 

It is times like this that I realize what a poor genealogist I would make.
And a sense of wasted years.

I have known of my cousin Louis "GREER" for a few years now and have
reported of him here. He was born Icchok Lipa GRYNBAUM, 27 Jul 1923,
Sosnowiec, Poland, s/o Izrael David GRYNBAUM and Golda LENCZNER. He had at
least one sister Brucha GRYNBAUM, born 28 Feb 1925, Sosnowiec. Golda is the
d/o Litman Isaac and Gitel Rywke (GLIKSMAN) LENCZNER of Szczekociny, Poland.
Golda died 15 Aug 1943, Sosnowiec. I do not know what became of her husband,
daughter or if there might have been other children. Golda is the sister of
my great grandmother, Liba. After the war, Golda's brother, David LENTZNER
(1894 - 1967), went to Europe looking for relatives and found only Louis
returning to the US with him. Louis had a numbered tattoo so apparently he
was at Auschwitz.

I have Louis's death certificate, 11 Aug 1967, giving his address on Delita
Dr., Woodland Hills, CA, noting a wife "Ronnie" whom I was unable to locate.
That he worked for "Landis". For whatever reason, I was under the impression
that he had no children. However this past week, I received something that I
should have obtained long ago; his Los Angeles Times obit. This names his
wife and two children!!! Apparently a son and a daughter (whom I hesitate to
name as they are probably still living). I believe I have tentatively id'd
them with the daughter being born in CA in 1955 and the son being born in CA
in 1960. Further the son maybe the GREER who married a WENTZEL in 1980 (Los
Angeles Co.). Ronnie's surname maybe ACK. Apparently Louis and Ronnie were
NOT married in CA. Ronnie's parents maybe Frank ACK (1884-1972) and Dorothe
(WEBBER) ACK (1894-1985).

Would I be correct in believing it a bit unusual for the Masons to have been
involved in the funeral service of Louis (Hillside Memorial Park)? The
particular 'lodge' located in Santa Monica has an active website with a
number of Jewish surnames. An initial report >from them reports Louis was not
an member of their lodge and the service was probably performed on behalf of
another lodge.

If you know of this family, please contact me privately.

Thanks,

Michael McTeer
29 Palms, CA USA
mcteer@gmail.com


Austrian town (Kotzuijur?) #general

Susan
 

The ship's manifest for my father's brother lists a town name in
Austria that looks like *Kotzuijur*. I doubt that is right, but it is
difficult to read. Does that look familiar to anyone?

Susan Silberstein

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Austrian town (Kotzuijur?) #general

Susan
 

The ship's manifest for my father's brother lists a town name in
Austria that looks like *Kotzuijur*. I doubt that is right, but it is
difficult to read. Does that look familiar to anyone?

Susan Silberstein

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SCHOCHER #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Is anyone familiar with a SCHOCHER family who came originally >from Telsiai,
Lithuania, to South Africa. They may have also come >from other towns in
Lithuania or >from Riga.

I was told that there was a SCHOCHER family who owned a furniture store in
Cape Town and was related to the SACHAR family there as well. Evidently,
SCHOCHER is another variant spelling of SACHAR.

The reason I am posting this is that I have found a living branch of the
SCHOCHER family who left Telsiai and settled in Estonia and now live in
Israel.

Thanks for any assistance.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


South Africa SIG #SouthAfrica SCHOCHER #southafrica

Ann Rabinowitz <annrab@...>
 

Is anyone familiar with a SCHOCHER family who came originally >from Telsiai,
Lithuania, to South Africa. They may have also come >from other towns in
Lithuania or >from Riga.

I was told that there was a SCHOCHER family who owned a furniture store in
Cape Town and was related to the SACHAR family there as well. Evidently,
SCHOCHER is another variant spelling of SACHAR.

The reason I am posting this is that I have found a living branch of the
SCHOCHER family who left Telsiai and settled in Estonia and now live in
Israel.

Thanks for any assistance.

Ann Rabinowitz
annrab@bellsouth.net


Yonah BERNSTEIN - Copenhagen, Sweden #general

Yaacov Slizak <yslizak@...>
 

Dear Friends,

I will appreciate any information on a "Yonah BERNSTEIN" >from Copenhagen,
Sweden or his family.

Mr Bernstein features in a family photograph with his family (names unknown
to me). I am trying to determine whether he is/was related to my families
RYBAK or SLIZAK.

The photos can be seen at:
http://picasaweb.google.com/yslizak/BernsteinCopenhagen

Thanks for any assistance with this. Please reply privately.

Best Regards,

Yaacov Slizak,
Ennis, Ireland

Miedzyrzec Podlaski, Pol: SZTEJN (STONE), FELDMAN, ZYLBERKRANTZ Lukow,
Pol: SLIZAK, SANDAL, MENDELCWEIG Tykocin, Pol: WOLFSOHN (WOLFSON)
Lublin/Siedlce, Pol: DOMB (DAB), FALATYCKI, SZMUL[OW] Lomazy, Pol:
CYTRYN Krzczonow, Pol: KATZ, GURFINKIEL, KLEINER (also KLEIN in the UK)
Ozdziutycze, Kowel, Vladimir Volynsk, Vohlin, Ukr: PLOT (PLOJT), FARBER
Kurytnycja/Rovno/Lyuboml, Ukr: SPOSOB (SPOSOV, SPOSEEP)

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JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Yonah BERNSTEIN - Copenhagen, Sweden #general

Yaacov Slizak <yslizak@...>
 

Dear Friends,

I will appreciate any information on a "Yonah BERNSTEIN" >from Copenhagen,
Sweden or his family.

Mr Bernstein features in a family photograph with his family (names unknown
to me). I am trying to determine whether he is/was related to my families
RYBAK or SLIZAK.

The photos can be seen at:
http://picasaweb.google.com/yslizak/BernsteinCopenhagen

Thanks for any assistance with this. Please reply privately.

Best Regards,

Yaacov Slizak,
Ennis, Ireland

Miedzyrzec Podlaski, Pol: SZTEJN (STONE), FELDMAN, ZYLBERKRANTZ Lukow,
Pol: SLIZAK, SANDAL, MENDELCWEIG Tykocin, Pol: WOLFSOHN (WOLFSON)
Lublin/Siedlce, Pol: DOMB (DAB), FALATYCKI, SZMUL[OW] Lomazy, Pol:
CYTRYN Krzczonow, Pol: KATZ, GURFINKIEL, KLEINER (also KLEIN in the UK)
Ozdziutycze, Kowel, Vladimir Volynsk, Vohlin, Ukr: PLOT (PLOJT), FARBER
Kurytnycja/Rovno/Lyuboml, Ukr: SPOSOB (SPOSOV, SPOSEEP)

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