May Giveaway Day!

Sunday, May 16, 2010

It is time for May Giveaway Day organized by Sew,Mama,Sew!

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May Giveaway Day!, originally uploaded by jenib320.
I am giving away a Vintage Sheet Starter Set! It includes 5 different fat quarters of vintage sheets and a healthy bundle of sheet scraps! There are a lot of great things you could whip up with these sheets! There are some great things being made here, here, and here over on flickr!


May Giveaway Day!, originally uploaded by jenib320.
The giveaway will take place from now until 11:59pm EST Thursday, May 20th. All you have to do to enter is leave one comment on this post! If you'd like, let me know what you'd do with the vintage sheets or just what you're working on! Winner will be chosen at random! :)

Please be sure that you leave your email address in the comment or be sure that it's viewable on your profile!

International entries are welcome!

Good luck!

514 comments :

  1. Love these! I think I would make a quilt! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  2. Great Giveaway :) I love quilting with vintage sheets :)

    laurapearce22@yahoo(dot)com

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  3. Beautiful fabrics~ I am making my first sewing project, it is a bag. i don't yet know what I would do with this fabric but I would love to do something fun with it! :) Thanks for hosting the giveaway! :)

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  4. Ooooo, I am thinking cushions for my dining room.

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  5. I'd love to add these to what I have.

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  6. I love this little pile of fabric - how pretty and bright!

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  7. I don't know what I'd make with these... it would be fun to think about!
    But, I just wanted to say that I live with a bunny, too!! His name is Teaser and he's almost 10 years old! We've had him for 8 years! What a good pet (except when he chewed holes in my mother-in-law's brand-new $100 coat we had to replace. Oops.) Thanks for the chance to win!!
    steeplchaser29 (at) yahoo (*) com

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  8. I would use them for quilts or small bags!

    joanne.j at hotmail dot com

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  9. Right now, I am working on a nightgown for my mom (my first solo attempt at clothing of any kind) and some baby gifts for a pregnant friend (bibs, etc).

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  10. hi.i am making a giraffe soft toy for my neighbours new baby girl.progress is slow since i am new to sewing but i am enjoying every minute of it.
    thanks for the giveaway.

    Ann
    oceanian[at]lycos[dot]com

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  11. Very nice summer colours. Maybe quilt for a picnic?

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  12. Lovely! So many possibilities for such a great set of fabric! :)

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  13. Excited about working with vintage sheets... so many fun colors and patterns!

    My email address can be accessed via my blogger profile. Thanks!

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  14. Wow, these would be lovely for a baby quilt!
    Thank you!

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  15. Love these fabrics! I have a few vintage sheets that I have been wanting to make into a quilt and these would be great additions. Thanks for the chance to win them.

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  16. Those fabrics made my mouth water, then and now.

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  17. thanks you for the givaway. Beautiful

    atchisonsteph@gmail.com

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  18. I can't stop making summer skirts for my girls - these would be perfect!

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  19. What pretty sheets! I never find things so cute when I am looking.. I would LOVE to have them!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  20. What an awesome giveaway! Love your blog... I've just added you to my reader. :) ~Kiki (tarotdame@gmail.com)

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  21. love these! Thank you.
    Anna
    lassothemoonshop@gmai.com

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  22. Oh my gosh, please pick me! These would make such a beautiful quilt!! sarah(at)themikkelsens(dot)net

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  23. I've wanted to sew a vintage quilt, this would be perfect.

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  24. I am so jealous of y'all that successfully find good vintage sheets! I check all the time and find...scooby doo!

    Anyway, great giveaway! I'd use them for some quilts of course!

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  25. Love them! I'm working on homemade stationery for my little sis for graduation. :)

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. I LOVE vintage sheets! These are beautiful!

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  27. a quilt or clothing for my girls would be fun with those vintage sheets. Thanks
    loko6 at peak dot org

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  28. so lovely!
    swing by my blog to see what i am working on:)

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  29. Lovely fabrics! I've just finished my first quilt and would love to use these for my next one!

    rival_s@hotmail.com

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  30. Oh Swoon, pick me up please!! Golly, another amazing vintage giveaway. I would make a cuddle up lap quilt for ME. A light one with no batting and two sides of vintage amazement!

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  31. Please enter me in the draw and don't forget to enter mine!

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  32. I think my mother had sheets like that. I love the colors and they would make a lovely quilt. my first time for this and I am loving all the different sites. carolyngarber@gmail.com

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  33. Oh I am in LOVE!! I have been wanting to start collecting bright fun vintage sheets. Not sure yet what I'm gonna do with them but I bet they end up in a quilt!

    kasimpkins [at] gmail [dot] com

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  34. My daughter asked me to enter some of these giveaways for her since her computer is not working... she said I could even win something for my wife in some of the contest
    I hope I am doing the entering the right way. Tom in Florida
    tcsean(at)aol(dot)com

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  35. Very sweet. I haven't made a quilt yet and I'm getting tons of inspiration through these giveaways so I'd probably go that route. Thanks for the chance!

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  36. I love that vintage sheet bundle. Rachel Denbow (http://racheldenbow.com/ is her blog I think) has done some lovely things with vintage sheets and has totally inspired me to do something myself sometime (I'm not sure what-I think it would depend on what I feel like making at the time). This would be a great chance to do so! Pickkkkkkkkk meeee. :)

    Tiffany
    fortheloveofartandthemaking@gmail.com

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  37. What wonderful fabrics. If there is enough there I think for sure a little dress for my Granddaughter would be super cute. If not then I think it would be fun to use those in a table runner.

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  38. Thanks for the great giveaway. Vintage is in this giveaway.
    simply.simon.sisters(at)gmail.com

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  39. Not sure what I would make but those are lovely!

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  40. Oh I could always use more vintage sheet fq's! I can't wait to get our boxes from Katie...it will be so fun to start creating with all those lovely vintage sheets! Thanks for the chance to win! Right now I am working on cutting up my yellow vintage sheets for a picnic blanket, and making bags for (late) teacher appreciation gifts for my daughter's preschool teachers. I am not sure what I will do with the vintage sheet fq's if I win. Probably just pet them for a while!

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  41. I love vintage!! Count me in. I would love to start quilting with these!

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  42. yummy yummy. thanks for a chance to win
    becky
    bpbajona(at)maltanet(dot)net

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  43. great idea! i'm currently on a kick to make simple cloth napkins using vintage sheets for trim and detailing

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  44. I would love to make a quilt with these. I have been looking at quilts made with vintage sheets and they look so inviting.

    Thank You,

    Wendy

    richshelpmate @ yahoo dot com

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  45. I just love vintage sheets, but I never seem to be able to find ones a nice as this on my own!

    jenrhodges at gmail dot com

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  46. I will add these babies into a vintage sheets quilt I am making! Also, I've read your blog for a few months now, and I love, love, love your pyrex posts. The patterns and colors are fantastic!

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  47. I use fat quarters to make minky-backed baby blankies. So sweet!

    maxandellie at gmail dot com

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  48. Cool giveaway, I'd work them into a quilt.Thanks.

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  49. I have one vintage pillowcase from my grandmother just waiting for some other fabrics to play with! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  50. I have been wanting to make a baby quilt with some vintage sheets but just don'y know where to start in getting the fabric, so this really looks great to me. Thanks for the chance!
    kbsteuber at yahoo dot com

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  51. Hello :) Great items and great blog! Oh I definately see another quilt :)
    Thank you so much for the giveaway,
    Elle8130(at)yahoo(dot) com

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  52. Thanks for a great giveaway! I have been wanting to try a quilt with ventage sheets.

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  53. Beautiful fabrics! Thank you for the great giveaway opportunity. :)

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  54. Thank you for offering this cute set. I would make a total set of matching purse items and accessories -, wallet, key fob, belt etc.. I love making purse items. And, maybe a dolly too.
    ummabbaas AT yahoo DOT com

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  55. Let's see, I would make some cute little curtains for my kitchen window. Thanks for the chance

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  56. I am on a 9 Patch kick, so if I win that's probably what I would make.

    nanny_lor4@yahoo.ca

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  57. These vintage sheets would make some wonderful cozies for my kitchen!

    Thanks for sharing,
    Lynn
    artemisnorth.com

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  58. What an awesome giveaway! Thanks for the chance to win!

    Katie
    nicandkatiehendrychs@gmail.com

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  59. I might just have to fawn over them for a while before I found the perfect project! ;)
    Thanks for the chance!
    adrianesturgeon(at)gmail(dot)com

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  60. I'd love to use these to start a quilt. Thanks
    vida.forrest(at)gmail(dot)com

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  61. what great prints! thanks for the chance to win!
    robobritt at gmail.com

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  62. I've been wanting to make a vintage sheet quilt, they look so soft and pretty.

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  63. Hello, I would like to make a mushroom with beautiful colors.

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  64. ooooooo.......I hope I am not too late to enter...
    FIngers crossed...thanks for the opp.

    Liesa
    handmadeheaven@optusnet.com.au

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  65. I actually recognize some of these sheets from when I was a kid... how fun! Love to win them - would bring back memories! Jamie V in MT
    http://rem-nants.blogspot.com
    amzanioli@yahoo.com

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  66. I'd love to win these vintage sheet fabrics. I've seen some amazing quilts made with vintage sheets and would love to make one myself. Linda
    RodLindaFansler at gmail dot com

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  67. I would love to make a simple large square tied picnic blanket with them! It's been on my project to do list for quite some time :)
    winnieayala at yahoo dot com

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  68. So fun! I've been playing more with vintage fabrics lately and these look adorable. Probably would end up in a bag or in some kid clothes. Thank you for sharing!

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  69. Very pretty colors. I would use it to make a quilt for my niece.

    Carol
    karrelle@gmail.com

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  70. They are some lovely bits of fabric! I'm making loads of little drawstring bags to store my little girl's bits and pieces in. She would LOVE them!

    Katrina

    kearnshaw(AT)aanet(DOT)com(DOT)au

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  71. Wow! I simply drool over vintage sheet fabric -- thanks for the chance to win!
    susanne(dot)ruder(at)gmail.com

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  72. Love those vintage sheets!
    Thanks!
    kelliemorgan17@ gmail dot com

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  73. I would love to make a baby quilt for my little girl with these! meganbrueseke@yahoo.com

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  74. hhmmm, I think I would make me a perfectly pretty apron! I never make me anything and these look sunny and cheery for cooking in!

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  75. So beautiful. I would probably make a baby quilt. I've made several lately, some charity quilts for church and one commissioned for a friend (my first free motion quilt) and love working on them. I love the ease of working with the smaller quilts or wall hangings since I don't have my dream quilting long arm machine yet, lol. Thanks for sharing these with us, Peggy
    peggymunday@yahoo.com

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  76. For the quilting stash!
    Thanks
    mgmomaz@gmail.com

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  77. I like making bags! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  78. I would use them as the beginning of a collection to make a fun summer bed quilt. I can imagine the feeling of a quilt made of sheets plus the comforts of many memories of sheets from my past :0) Thanks for this opportunity. I love your blog and have added you to follow regularly!

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  79. Ooh, I would make a new quilt for our bedroom- so nice and summery!

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  80. I'm working on a pair of PJ pants for a friend (skulls & flames!). Thanks for the giveaway! realbeal-at-gmail-dot-com

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  81. Just what I would like to win, some thrifted vintage sheets for fabric. Great idea. I think a little patchwork pillow cover would be great.
    -- michele

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  82. I wish I would win this to finally try to quilt !

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  83. Great giveaway! love the colors! I'm not working on anything right now except fixing kids clothes. how is it that boys can get holes in EVERY pair of jeans that they own?!?!

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  84. Love those vintage sheets! Thanks for a nice give a away.

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  85. I'm working on an embroidered toy. I love the fabric you picked for the giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win. stephspitzer at gmail dot com

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  86. right now I am knitting a clothes pin holder and crocheting a x-mass throw.
    raegreen1[at]verizon[dot]net

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  87. I would love to use these for mini quilts!

    luvwendy87 at hotmail dot com

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  88. I'm working on quiilt bee blocks and a doll quilt right now. Those would become a quilt!

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  89. Oh how pretty!! I'd love to win them - I think I'd make a skirt for my DD!

    therivals (at) comcast (dot) net

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  90. gorgeous giveaway!
    thanks for hosting!
    a happy bright sunshiney smile sent from me over in Panama City Beach, FL :)

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  91. I am working on a late summer/early fall wardrobe for my two kiddos :o)
    sewsassyks@gmail.com

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  92. Oh my heck. I want to win this!
    hutchyhutch87(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  93. i love vintage sheets. so soft and so lovely!

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  94. I would love to pair them with white and colored solids in half square triangles.

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  95. patchwork twirly dress for my tot!
    Thanks for the chance!
    daphnewillow@gmail.com

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  96. I love the fabric. This is one great giveaway.
    DI love your blog. I really enjoyed my visit here.
    Darlene
    bluiis56@gmail.com

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  97. Wow!Perfect for a quilt!!!! linestrada@sbcglobal.net

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  98. beautiful fabric:-)I would make a quilt,maybe a zig-zag like you made,THANKS!!

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  99. I would like to use those vintage sheets to make my very first quilt!! XD
    thank you for the chance!

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  100. We have a new little girl ready to arrive in our family next month and I'd love to make her some little outfits from these sheets.

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  101. That's a great bunch of vintage goodies! Thank you!
    honeyb1231@yahoo.com

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  102. gorgeous prizes! thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  103. I think I'd make a summer weight coverlette. Seems vintage are usually soft florals, so that's the type of quilt I'd make.
    freeindeed at myfairpoint dot net

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  104. thanks for the giveaway, I'd love to win that huge package of awesome fabric!
    shou.milk@gmail.com

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  105. Great giveaway! BrittNeal(at)gmail(dot)com

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  106. These would make a great summery quilt! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  107. teachloveread at hotmail dot com
    Thanks for the links for uses of vintage sheets I needed that inspiration

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  108. A picnic quilt - maybe one with the rock pockets!

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  109. How lovely! right now I'm working on a summer sleepsack for my almost 9mo old boy

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  110. I remember when all my sheets looked like that. Not so much now, with plain colors on all the beds. I had forgotten how beautiful these sheets were. If I won, I think they would make a great patchwork tote bag that I could take with me everywhere. You are awesome to share your stash. Thanks!

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