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Make your own shirt

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Choose from our wide variety of Custom T-shirts and other apparelfor your ShopifyorWooCommerceStore. Our Drop Shipping service gives you access to a wide network of Print Providers in the US and the UK. This means we can produce close to your customers, thus shortening delivery times. Moreover, we work with the best of the best in each industry, so you wont get better quality anywhere else.

Its that easy. WithPrint on Demand Drop Shippingwe save you time and effort. You can easily add your image to any of our apparel in ourMockup Generatorand start selling now on your WooCommerce or  Shopify store. Make your own shirt with the Printify App, available for free at theShopify App Store. ForWooCommerceusers, its easy to link your shop directly in your Printify account.

Manage orders effortlessly and put world-class Print Providers at your fingertips with our app. We always stay in the background which means your customers only see your brand and your design on our Custom T-shirts.

Print your designs with our Print Providers from the US and the UK ArtGun, T Shirt and Sons, Fifth Sun and others. Choose any brand from our extensive catalog  Next Level, Bella+Canvas, Gildan and more.

We have a wide range of custom shirts classic tees, v-necks, tank tops, long sleeves, sweatshirts, kids apparel and more. Before you make your own shirt with Printify, explore your options compare them by price, locations and more.

Bella Canvas 3001is currently our bestselling shirt, see ourVideo Review on Bella Canvas 3001; other bestsellers are:Next Level 3600Gildan 5000andHanes 5250for $5.99. In addition, on the product page you can see product details compare available Print Providers, see available colors and more. Once youve selected a product you like, you can start to make your own shirt with Printify.

The next step is to upload your design, and then edit image placement if needed. Also, select your product variants (available colors and sizes) keep in mind that Shopify and WooCommerce each have a limitation of up to 100 variants per product.

Finally, once youve finished your design, you can see how your products will look by using Preview Mode in ourMockup Generator.

After editing your image and choosing product variants, easily edit your product details description and prices. The Mockup Generator makes it easy to make your own shirt or other garments within minutes and publish them straight to your e-commerce shop.

Now your custom shirts are ready publish them on your WooCommerce or Shopify store. We will manage automated print on demand order fulfillment and ship your orders directly to your customers with your branding. Thats the beauty of Print on Demand it saves you time so you can focus on what you do best.

Print on Demandis a retail fulfillment method for printing products on demand, only after the customer buys them.  This waya client can buy products such as t-shirts, phone cases, shower curtains and other goods in an ecommerce shop and the order goes directly to the Print Provider. Thus, eliminating the need for order fulfillment and storage space.

Also, with Print on Demand there is no minimum order quantity because digital printing is equally affordable when youre just starting or for bigger quantities. Typically, for Print on Demand apparel fulfilment, Direct to Garment printing is used. Screen Printing is convenient only in cases of large volume orders because with higher volume theres a lower price, while DTG is great for small orders. With Direct to Garment Printing you can get a detailed print, while Screen Printing in terms of photography print is limited.

Essentially Drop Shipping is order fulfillment by the Print Provider. This means you get virtual inventory from a third party who processes orders.So, Printify acts as an intermediary between your ecommerce shop and the the Print Provider. Therefore, all orders get sent directly to your customers with your branding on the packaging.

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First of all, its easy. With Print on Demand you save time and money. Thats becauses theres no need for huge investments, no need for storage space or inventory. Furthermore, you pay only after you sell, you never go out of stock and you never have unsold products the kind which usually end up as Christmas presents for your relatives.

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How can I make my own NFC tags? NFC

That is, how do I make them in the literal sense. I dont need to know where to order them. Im wondering how I can construct my own. Thoughts?

If you can find just the materials,tag itself,microchips with little aerials then assemble them and you would probably have to buy the materials in bulk if you do find them.

Give it some time to grow,eventually we will be able to make our own.

Depends a lot on what you want to do with what you make, and how complex you want to be with it. You can start from scratch and build the RF stage up from scratch or you can buy the chips themselves, buy or build antennas and go from there.

If you are trying to make something as small as a sticker tag, you probably will just have to use a sticker tag.

If you describe a little more about what you actually want to do I might be able to give some pointers.

Im interested… but I want everything to be sourced from the US- any pointers?

Its a shame you cant just use any random RFID tag as one.

Itd just store the ID of the tag for future reference then do whatever when it detects the presence of that tag again.

If I scan my passport or a ski-pass (both of which contain RFID tags), my phone detects them but gives an error tone.

Some composite to hold them in (plastic/glue/rubber) all ideal.

I dont think a human can easily attach the microchip to the antenna and then place the item in the composite.

Smelt copper into very thin wire (antenna)

Create Microchip (not possible w/ out large machinery investment)

Attach microchip to antenna (very difficult with small wire)

Put microchip and antenna in a material (to keep them safe from damage)

Delicious Reads DIY Make Your Own Luggage Tag(link to PDF pattern!

DIY: Make Your Own Luggage Tags (link to PDF pattern!)

My friends were planning a party for a group of young women. The theme was EMBARK and they didnt know what to give the girls as a take home gift. I offhandedly mentioned that luggage tags would be cool because thats what you use when you embark on a trip. A few minutes later, I found myself volunteering to sew some by copying some cute ones we saw online. After I made them, I realized that they could be used as more than just a tag to hook to your suitcase. You can use them as a bookmark (of course, books were the first thing that came to mind – we are Delicious Reads after all), labels for toy bins or organizational tags for your pantry, business card holders, or even a cute little tag to add to your Easter basket. The possibilities are endless!

Materials Needed:1. Fabric -I like to use contrasting patterns – scraps work well)& Thread2. Clear vinyl -for the window.3. Interfacing -this isdefinitelynecessary if your fabric is thin. I used medium thickness, one-sided iron-on interfacing (found at any fabric store – even at Walmart).

STEP 1:Print & cut out your pattern.You can make your own shape or use this fabulous one I found from Singer.

Lay pattern on fabric, interfacing, and vinyl and cut out

The pattern tells you which piece should be cut out of what and how many to cut.

*Note: Pattern piece C says to cut (2) of the interfacing. My fabric was a little thicker so I only cut one of the interfacing. The pattern did not include a piece for the tab or fabric loop. I made my own that is 12 x 2 (see below).

Cut 2 of main tag fabric from pattern piece A.

Cut 1 of pocket fabric from pattern piece B.

Cut 1 of interfacing from pattern piece C.

Cut 1 of interfacing from pattern piece D.

Cut 1 of clear vinyl from pattern piece E

Cut 1 strip of fabric 2 x 12 for the loop (you could use ribbon or bias tape for this)

Use your fabric scraps or even old clothing for your tag!

STEP 3:Fuse (iron) the interfacing to the corresponding fabric piece.

STEP 4:Clip inside corners of pocket fabricand press seam allowances of pocket fabric to wrong/interfaced side using the dashed fold line on the pattern piece as a guide.

STEP 5:Iron the clear vinyl.FIRST, cover with fabric. The iron will melt the plastic. Ironing the vinyl will sound weird, but believe me, IT IS NECESSARY! The vinyl when it is heated, shrinks slightly (look at my picture on the far left). This isnt a big deal for the vinyl sizing, but if you have already sewed the fabric to the vinyl and then you iron, it pulls on the fabric and looks awful (yeah, I didnt iron the vinyl the first time I did this).

STEP 6:Place the clear vinyl under the pressed pocket fabric and topstitchthe vinyl to the wrong side of the pocket at the inside, folded, edge. Use tissue paper or (in my case) scratch paper over the vinyl so it doesnt stick to the base of your sewing machine.

STEP 7:Topstitch along the outside folded edge of one of the short sidesof the vinyl/fabric pocket. Remove the tissue paper/scratch paper.

STEP 8: Loop fabric piece (2 x 12) -Press the inside edges of the loop fabricto the center and then fold over and press so that all raw edges are hidden.Topstitch along the edge of the loop fabric piece.

STEP 9:Place the pocket on top of the main tag section(the one without the interfacing), aligning the edges and using the line on the guide pattern piece as a placement guide.

STEP 10:Stitch along the edge of the interfacing, leaving the bottom edge of the tag open (so that you can turn it right side out afterwards). Trim along the edges of the tag, especially near the corners.

Step 12:Fold under the open bottom edgeand press the raw edges into the inside of the tag.Top stitch on the bottom edge.

STEP 13:Slide in a card with your information.

I hope you enjoy this fun sewing project. Ready, Set, EMBARK!

Whats your time estimate for making one of these? Obviously you got faster as you went along, but an average time estimate?

It took me about 45 minutes for the first one. Then I did it assembly line style (cut out everything, ironed everything, and then sewed).I made around 25 of them and I probably spent 10 hours or so over a couple of days time. They do take time but they were fun to make and share!

These are so cute! My husband and I are renewing our vows in Jamaica, and were looking for something cute to send with the travel information. These are perfect!!! Small but manageable project. Cant wait to whip up some of these.

these would make great personalised book marks.

Place a picture of someone or a place of importance in the viewing window, or make them seasonal pictures 🙂

Hi, What weight of vinyl did you use for the window? Thanks!

You can really use any weight of vinyl, but I would recommend a medium thickness like 8 gauge. I just went to Walmart and got the one that was a medium thickness (I dont even think it said the gauge on it). You cant go wrong with thicker gauge, in fact, it might make the luggage tag stronger, but it isnt necessary. Honestly, I was trying to go the cheapest route and it was around $3-4 for a yard of the medium thickness vinyl. (Also, if you dont have a fabric store or Walmart near you or anything, you could totally use one of the clear plastic table covers they sell or even a clear shower curtain.) Good luck. Feel free to email me with other questions and Ill answer you right away and post the comments here for anyone else:

Thanks, Robin. Ill go with the 8 gauge. Appreciate your quick response!

Hi there. Thanks for the great pattern! I found step 9s instructions a little vague and because I couldnt tell which side of the fabric was which in the photo, I initially sewed the pieces together wrong.

Basically the two main fabric pieces should be right sides facing, and the window should be sandwiched between so that its wrong side is against the good side of one of the main pieces (i.e. you can see the pretty fabric through the clear vinyl) with their bottoms and sides aligned. The hanging loop also gets stuck in the middle of that sandwich, pointing down and in.

I couldnt enlarge the pattern, so I dont have a pattern to follow. So if you gave measurements for the pieces it would help a lot. I would really like to make these tags for I have a trip coming up Thanks MM

You dont need to enlarge the pattern if you use this link and scroll to the last few pages at the bottom and print them just as they are (its a PDF so the sizes should be perfect):

If you cant print it, the pattern piece for the main tag is 3 1/8 wide and 6 1/3 tall. The vinyl is 2 1/2 x 4. The interfacing is 2 3/4 x 6 (which is about the same size as your finished tag). Feel free to resize if you want to make a smaller one. If your printer has the option, you could print the PDF smaller and all the pieces would still work too! Good luck.

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How To Make Homemade Brown Sugar

How To Make Homemade Brown Sugar (3 Flavors)

How To Make Homemade Brown Sugar (3 Flavors)

How To Make Homemade Brown Sugar (3 Flavors)

How To Make Homemade Brown Sugar (3 Flavors)

Ok, so this not much of a recipe post, more like a DIY. However, I created this on a whim this past month and its the sweetener intomorrowsnew amazing recipe. I wouldnt normally ever do 2 back-to-back posts like this, but I decided at the last minute that dedicating its own post would probably be more helpful and beneficial to you awesome readers.

You probably already know that brown sugar is made from just 2 ingredients, refined white table sugar and molasses. There is different types of brown sugar depending on the depth of the refining process (raw sugar, turbinado, etc.) but most likely the store bought stuff you find, is just white sugar plus molasses. If you do buy white sugar, make sure it is labeled vegan, as many white sugars are not since they are processed with animal bone char, which gives it a white appearance. We definitely want to have some vegan sugar to use.

I love the flavor and texture of brown sugar because it is delicious, moist and gives a wonderful depth of sweetness and a touch of moisture to baked goods. However, I dont really like to use those types of refined sugars in my baking anymore. So, when I was testing a recipe with it (hint hint, tomorrow) and wanted to use light brown sugar and not syrup, for texture reasons, I already knew people would immediately ask me about subbing the brown sugar. So, I decided right then and there to try to just simply mixcoconut sugar with molassesand see how it tastes. One word: amazing. So caramel-ish and sweet and has the same exact texture and look as traditional brown sugar, but a much better alternative. Coconut sugar is still sugar, duh, but supposedly from everything Ive read, it is a lower glycemic index and has some nutrients in it, unlike refined sugar does. Obviously, it is still sugar and not a health food though. You will understand why the molasses side of brown sugar is important when you see tomorrows recipe. Coconut sugar is very dry and sometimes just doesnt work the same way for texture purposes.

So, you only need like a minute to make this stuff and thats it. Store it in your pantry just like you would regular brown sugar.

I decided to make a few different flavors just for fun, because, why not?

Pumpkin spice brown sugar, cinnamon brown sugar and vanilla brown sugar. Just store all of these and use them for coffees, teas, oatmeal, baking, etc. Just a quick measure and its easy peasy.

I hope you all enjoy this easyDIY Homemade Vegan Coconut Brown Sugar! Let me know if you try it below and any flavors you try!

How To Make Homemade Brown Sugar (3 Flavors)

Make your own homemade brown sugar using coconut sugar instead of cane sugar! Add molasses and thats it! Vegan and just as delicious as regular brown sugar. Choose from plain, cinnamon, pumpkin spice or vanilla flavors. It is delicious sprinkled on toast or in oatmeal!

1 1/4 cups organic coconut sugar (I useBetterbody)

1 tablespoon + 2 teaspoons regularGrandmas unsulphured molasses(do not use blackstrap, it is way too strong)

optional flavors: 1 teaspoon vanilla powder, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice. Use the 1 teaspoon per 1 cup of brown sugar. Use them for coffees, teas, oatmeal, baking, etc.

Just simply add the sugar and molasses to a bowl and using a fork, mix it until it all comes together and becomes damp and resembles brown sugar. It may seem too dry at first, but keep mixing and mashing/pressing it with the back of your fork and it will happen. Make sure to scrape all the molasses off the bowl and fork. Store in a tightly sealed container to keep it moist, or it can harden and dry out (just like regular brown sugar). But save it for tomorrows new recipe!

This yields a very similar to taste to light brown sugar, which I prefer, if you want it darker, add a tiny bit more molasses.

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Ah yea! I always have to make my own (on rare occasions) since I dont believe in using added sugar! Haha! I like to add just a tad of molasses to my erythritol! Works wonders!

The coconut sugar is incredible with it, such a better flavor than the white stuff. The flavor I just died! Ive tried xylitol before and that did not make my insides happy, lol!

how MUCH molasses per amount of coconut sugar? The quantity is not listed?

TO SHARNELL: Yes, darlin, Brandi DOES show the amounts! (Just read her specific recipe: 1-1/4 c. coconut sugar and 1 T. + 2 tsp. molasses . . .

Dear Brandi . . . Hi there!! I have not known anything much about coconut sugar, so I went on the internet to try to see if I could learn something. I found this site which SEEMS valid, but, well, you know, on the net there can be LOTS of misinformation, so I dont know how accurate this info is, but heres the link to what this site says about coconut sugar, if you wanna check it out: I am wondering if coconut sugar has a coconutty flavor…..I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the flavor of regular DARK brown sugar, although I try to only use it EXTREMELY sparingly. In my cookbook project (which has stalled until I can get my knees fixed!), I have an INCREDIBLY delicious recipe for Pecan Pie, which is MUCH healthier, in MANY ways, than the real thing, and I am DYING to try this recipe of yours IN PLACE OF the minimal amount of regular dark brown sugar I use. (Pecan pie was ALWAYS my all-time favorite pie, and I had a regular recipe I created decades ago which was absolutely to DIE FOR…..LITERALLY, unfortunately!! So, when I began the cookbook project and gave up all the good (killer) stuff, I created my pecan pie recipe as a healthier replacement…..but I think this wonderfully creative and thoughtful recipe of yours for coconut brown sugar may just make my recipe even healthier!!) Of course, I have to wait until I can walk and stand long enough to try it out, but I can hardly wait to try it, and I will DEFINITELY let you cidentally, I was scheduled to have a full knee-replacement surgery on March 1, but had to postpone it for a number of reasons….hopefully will have it done in a few months, so I can begin the recovery process (3-6 months, usually) and then FINALLY get back my life (and start really COOKING & BAKING again….and working on my cookbook!)……Anyway honey lamb, thank you SOOOOOOO much for this recipe!! I anticipate it will taste wonderful, as I trust your opinions and sensibilities with food. (I think it is VERY like my own, because I strive, as it appears YOU do, to make all of my recipes as MUCH like the real thing as possible, in flavor and texture, but much HEALTHIER!) Oh, one more thing about this recipe…..how do you think it compares to regular DARK brown sugar in flavor….I almost NEVER use Light Brown Sugar (regular) in my recipes, as I love the more intense, richer flavor of DARK…… Anyway, thanks again adorably creative and thoughtful Brandi, for yet another AMAZING-looking recipe!!!…..I think once I get my knees fixed up, Im gonna be spending the first 2 months after recovery just trying out all of YOUR recipes……I CAN HARDLY WAIT!!!…..Im CHAFING AT THE BIT!!!!!……..your devoted fan…….Daryl (yes, still motor-mouth…haha!)

Hi Daryl! Always love to hear from you 🙂 This actually has NO coconut flavor at all, so the title coconut sugar can be confusing, it tastes a lot like brown sugar but more like a caramel-ish flavor. It gives a deeper flavor to baked goods, in a really good way. When mixed with the molasses it tastes almost identical to light brown sugar, which I love. I prefer the lighter taste of it, but its more deep because of the coconut sugar. You could always add a little bit more molasses if you want it to be more of a dark brown sugar taste 🙂 Thank you so much Daryl! You sound busy and all sounds exciting!

Hi sweet thang!…..Oh, Im THRILLED to hear it has no coconut taste…I LOVE coconut, but when I want brown sugar taste, I DONT want it to be coconutty (unless Im going for a coconut-brown sugar flavor). And HOLY CANOLI, that caramel-ish flavor of your recipe sounds fantastic too, as I DEARLY LOVE the taste of caramel, and it makes me think even more that it will taste wonderful in my pecan pie recipe…..OOOOOOOOOOH, I am SOOOOOOOOO darn FRUSTRATED!!!! (Because I cant cook much, or stand very long right now.) I am so eager to try your recipes…..well, just as soon as I can order some coconut sugar and receive it, I am GOING to try this right away, since its so easy and doesnt require me standing or moving around much…..Im gonna order that same brand you use…….. And thanks for the good well wishes for the knee surgery…..yeah, Ive been VERY stressed out over the whole prospect, so much so that I got SICK with the flu just before the operation (that was the main reason I had to postpone the surgery)……I absolutely NEVER get sick….I havent had as much as even a tiny little sniffly cold in nearly 5 years, but the week before this surgery I got one of the NASTIEST flu bugs known to man…..it moved through my system pretty quickly, however, and I didnt even have to take any drugs or even any over-the-counter stuff, even though it was pretty ROTTEN while it was having its way with my poor ol body. But Im CERTAIN my resistance was low because I had been so stressed about the operation. Ive had virtually ZERO contact with the medical community over my 66 years of life; I guess thats been due to a mixture of good genes, good luck and, of course, my wonderful plant-based diet! HOWEVER, all of this stuff with the operation was sort of thrust upon me all of a sudden, and I didnt really have time to process it….had to go for all kinds of tests, x-rays, examinations, etc., just to have surgical CLEARANCE…..all those doctors and hospital visits, after hardly ANY throughout my life, just sort of threw me for a loop. Anyway, Im adjusted to it all now. I really have no choice but to get this operation, so Ive settled down and am OK about it now. I also have a HUUUGE amount of confidence in the surgeon AS WELL AS the hospital and ALL the medical staff there (right here in my home town of Seaford!)…..The joints program in particular there has won awards and is innovative and revolutionary, so I feel Im in the best hands possible. Ill get through it, and then, hopefully, will TRULY get my life back. I can hardly wait, so now I am actually EAGER to reschedule the operation, get it over with and get on with the recovery……ANYWAY sweet pea….thanks for the support of your well wishes….I NEEDED that, and I GENUINELY appreciate it too, as we dont have too many friends down here. (Most of our friends are everywhere ELSE in the world, except for here…haha!!)…….[OK Daryl, now youve taken up ENOUGH of Ms. Brandis time…..so STOP TYPING!!!…..OK, I will!……Hey, is it a mark of INSANITY to talk to myself like this???…..Hmmmm….yeah, probably!….(hahaha)……WEEEEEEEEE…….whoooopEEEEEEEEEE!!!…..(Stop it, Daryl….RIGHT NOW!!!!….OK…I will!……) ………..bye for now (no, reeeeally!!!)……….Daryl Grant Crazy….Ooops!…I mean Lindsay!

Oh and many good well wishes on your knee surgery, I can only imagine how stressful that is!!

It was my fault Daryl, I had missed it earlier! 🙂

It has been updated, sorry about that! I was up very late getting the post up and half asleep, haha!

How fun! It never even occurred to me to try making brown sugar! I love it – especially using coconut sugar!

It never occurred to me either until the day I made this bread, haha! Luckily, my spur of the moment idea worked on the first try! It was so delicious, I thought…mmmm gotta make some flavors with it too now, haha!

Haha how cool is this? This is such a great and useful idea. Thanks for sharing this. I would have never thought of something like this. You have a very gifted culinary mind in my opinion. It seems as if stuff just comes to you. And I am constantly amazed when I see your recipes like dang how does she do it. It is definitely a skill I totally dont have. But really I love this idea, I wont eat brown sugar it is too processed for my liking. I have no problem adding sugar to things but I buy sugar that is unprocessed as possible and I love coconut sugar so this is perfect. Brown coconut sugar just brilliant. Now I just need to bake something so I can use it. Hahaha

Aww thank you so much Christina! I have never seen brown coconut sugar either and to be honest, the idea never crossed my mind until the day I made this. I have of course seen homemade sugars online before and especially powdered sugar. I remembered from before when I made a recipe using brown sugar that several people asked about subbing with coconut sugar and unfortunately, even though the flavor is the same, the result in baking varies because of obviously, the texture from one having molasses and the other, not. Coconut sugar is much drier and no moisture. This solves it now. I truly will never buy brown sugar anymore. I rarely ever used it anyways.

How awesome is this?!?! Ive made my own powdered sugar, but never brown sugar! Need to do this asap! MMMMMM! And I love the flavors, too. Cant wait to see tomorrows recipe!!

Thank you my friend! Try it, you will love it, especially since you love BOTH coconut sugar and molasses 🙂

Love that you give three flavor options to your readers! I bet there is something for every taste. Great idea!

Im LOVING all the flavors!!!! So fun! I started doing this a few months back when my hubby was begging for some brown sugar for his oatmeal, thats ALL he eats every morning. LOL Such a varied eater. And we love it! I use blackstrap though, and for us its perfect because we love the deep strong flavor. Its a part of my mush cake Im working on, LOL. Im going to make a few of these flavors for him to use for breakfast to force him and be a bit varied! Love the jar too. SO SO cute! Ill post a pic of my flavors on IG I try in mason jars and tag you! I think Ill try all 3! And maybe one with a touch of spice!

Yes, the pumpkin spice one is soooo good! So is the vanilla, heck all of them, lol. I even though of another one, espresso. I mean YUM. Haha!

I used to do a Tupperware demonstration of this (using white sugar) put the sugar & molasses in a bowl, seal, and shake until mixed. It can be stored in the same bowl.

Awesome! Yes, Ive seen it done with white sugar! Never coconut sugar and my, oh my, is it delicious! It was a spur of the moment idea I had while testing a recipe and Im so glad I did it!

I just made this and OH MY!!! So good! Its been years since Ive had brown sugar and this tastes even better than I remember. I absolutely cant wait to use this to make your quick bread. Ill have to play around with the different flavors next because they all sound heavenly…Im surprised you didnt create an espresso one 😉 Awesome idea, friend!

Yay!! SO happy you loved it Mandy! Isnt it just so good and addictive?! And LOL, look at my comment above to Sophia about the espresso…I actually thought about that after I posted this. I guess I should update the recipe to reflect that because hello, espresso is like my favorite thing ever, hahaha!

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