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1 February 2018 TIDEWATER PLAN TATION Community Association President s Message Cathy Weis, BOD President As usual Tidewater abounded in holiday festivities throughout December. I hope you were able to partake in some of the activities. Things kicked off with the traditional tree lighting at the Bluff s pool on Friday, December 1 and was followed by a Trim-the-Tree Happy Hour sponsored by the Recreation Committee. Over 140 people attended causing us to happily add more tables so everyone had a seat. Then on Saturday, December 16 a beautiful Christmas party was held for over 40 children whose families are members of one of the three churches and/or the Day School on Little River Neck Road. Many generous donations by Tidewater residents made this event possible. Our own Jim Hulen once again played Santa and Jewel Mellas was his busy elf. Cookies and other treats were supplied by numerous Tidewater residents and the children each received a bag of their most wished-for presents. Thank you to Bob Moss for initiating the event and to Helen Ashby and her team for organizing the gift buying and wrapping, and the decorating. A great time was had by all as we witnessed a beautiful example of Christmas giving. Thank you to all! To end 2017 and to welcome in the New Year in true Tidewater fashion, we celebrated with a beautiful New Year s Eve party with great food and a wonderful band. A big thank you to the Recreation Committee for this great event. A great time was had by all. Board Notes Roger Quinn, Secretary The New Year brought in a very unusual arctic blast of cold weather in January. This caused icy roads and dangerous conditions as ice melted, then froze again on driveways, walkways and streets. But no matter how bad we have it here in South Carolina, it is never as cold or snowy as the northern and mid- western states where many of us formerly lived. We can be thankful for that and hope that we can look forward to our usual mild February temperatures in the sixties. At the last Board meeting a request was made to look into enlarging or replacing our Amenity Center. Since many of our recent events have been filled to capacity, often the Recreation Committee has had to turn people away as events were filled. This will become even more problematic as our community continues to grow. It has been agreed that the Property Committee should study the issue, determine the best solution(s) and make a recommendation to the Board. Let me be clear, we do not have the money right now to pay for such an endeavor. Our plan for this year is to determine the best way forward. First our requirements need to be determined. This means involving all users of the center, which include the Recreation Committee, the exercise activities, the Artisans and any other regular users. Once the requirements are finalized, an architect and/or engineer will need to be hired, then bids secured from contractors. All of this may take a few years. As of this writing we are looking at a five-year plan, not something that will happen overnight. So, yes, we are beginning to look at expanding our space, but this will be an ongoing project for quite a while. Have a safe February and stay warm! At the regular meeting of the TPCA Board of Directors held on Thursday, January 4, the following actions were taken: Harbor Loft Causeway - The Board approved the repair of the Harbor Loft Causeway in the amount of $180,797 contingent on the review of the Property Committee. Items Ratified at Meeting The Board approved to foreclose on a property. There was also approval to move forward with Coggin Security for equipment installation and alarm monitoring for our main five buildings ($6, for equipment installation and $5,340 for yearly monitoring). The Board also approved to extend the term for the Government Liaison Chairperson for one (1) year and to extend two (2) membership terms for the Recreation Committee. Regularly Scheduled Meetings Thursday, February 1 BOD meeting The Amenity Center Please Note the Change of Time for February 1 For an emergency call 911, not the Tidewater Gatehouse

2 FirstService Residential Message Chelsa Fenner, CMCA Many of you know that the management company for Tidewater Plantation is FirstService Residential. I wanted to familiarize you with some information about FirstService Residential. We offer tailored, full-service property management services that protect our homeowners most important investments. The right teams are put in place to build strong relationships and provide effective programs and personalized support to every homeowner and Association Board member we serve. Our mission is to deliver exceptional service and solutions that enhance the value of every property and the lifestyle of every resident in the communities we manage. We strive to display our core values every single day. Here are those core values: Do What s Right Our clients trust us to do what s best for their community. We are guided by our ethics and clients interests in everything we do. Own It Each of us is accountable. When facing any challenge, we see it through to resolution with perseverance, integrity and open communication. Improve It We learn from our experiences. We are openminded, collaborative and continuously looking for ways to improve. Aim High We are passionate about being the best at what we do. By attracting, training and retaining great people, we set the standard for service and professionalism in our industry. Build Great Relationships Relationships based on respect, trust and effective communication are the cornerstone of our success. Be Genuinely Helpful We take pride in serving each and every one of our communities. Whether it s opening a door with a friendly smile or tackling a problem, being genuinely helpful is what defines us. Our goal as your Onsite Team here at Tidewater is to display these values and assist each of you to the best of our ability. Reminder Our office staff is here to assist you. We can be reached at Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 AM until 5 PM, excluding holidays Condo Corner Clubhouse Villas Kendall Benjamin, Association Manager Sherry Mador, Administrative Coordinator MEETING DATES FOR YEAR 2018, all to commence at 9 AM at the Cassels Building: Monday April 16 Annual Members Meeting followed by Board Meeting, Monday July 9, Monday October 15. We would ask all unit owners to make sure that their heat is working and is turned on throughout the winter months. It is recommended that it be set at 55 degrees or warmer. You may wish to contact your rental agent (should you have one), tenants or neighbor to check on your unit for you. The Association office cannot enter your unit to turn on your heat, or turn on the kitchen faucet for you. FEBRUARY IS HEART HEALTH MONTH The perfect gift this Valentine s Day is the gift of heart health. Along with Valentine s Day, February marks American Heart Month, a great time to commit to a healthy lifestyle and make small changes that can lead to a lifetime of heart health. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. The good news? It is also one of the most preventable. Making heart-healthy choices, knowing your family health history and the risk factors for heart disease, having regular check-ups and working with your physician to manage your health - all are integral aspects of saving lives from this oftensilent killer. Make a difference in your community by spreading the word about strategies for preventing heart disease and encouraging those around you to have their hearts checked and commit to heart-healthy lives. Heron Lake, Lighthouse Villas and Teal Lake Rob Sullivan, Community Manager Having What Kind of Meeting? What s the difference in a board meeting and a special meeting, or an annual meeting and a board meeting? Confused? Here s some clarification. Annual Meetings Annual meetings or annual membership meetings are required by our governing documents, which specify when they re to be conducted and how and when members are to be notified about the meeting. This is the main meeting of the year when members receive the new budget, elect a Board, hear committee reports and discuss items of common interest. 2

3 Special Meetings Special meetings are limited to a particular topic. The Board can call a special meeting at any time, and they must notify all members in advance. The notice will specify the topic so interested members can attend. Special meetings give the Board an opportunity to explore sensitive or controversial matters perhaps an assessment increase. Members do not participate in the meeting, unless asked directly by a board member, but they have a right to listen to the Board discussion. Board Meetings Most of the business of the Association is conducted at regular board meetings. Board members set policy, oversee the manager s work, review operations, resolve disputes, talk to residents and plan for the future. Often the health and harmony of an entire community is directly linked to how constructive these meetings are. Executive Session The governing documents require the Association to notify you in advance of all meetings, and you re welcome in fact, encouraged to attend and listen. The only time you can t listen is when the board goes into executive session. Topics that the board can discuss in executive session are limited by law to a narrow range of sensitive topics. Executive sessions keep only the discussion private; no votes can be taken. The Board must adjourn the executive session and resume the open session before voting on the issue. In this way, members may hear the outcome, but not the private details. Design Review Board Nancy Hudson, Chairperson Thanks to the efforts of Pam Rudge, Dorcas Berg and Sherwin Williams, the DRB has added 15 new accent colors to the current list. These accent colors may be used in the Plantation and Bluffs neighborhoods. You may view the new colors in the DRB office or visit the local Sherwin Williams store. Below is the list of the new colors. SW Color SW No. Van Dyke Brown SW7041 Downing Slate SW2819 Special Gray SW6277 Grad Canal SW6488 Sierra Redwood SW7598 Poinsettia SW6594 Poised Taupe SW6039 Bateau Brown SW 6033 Grays Harbor SW6236 Rockwood Medium Brown SW2807 Peppercorn SW7674 Surf Green SW6473 Eastlake Gold SW0009 Dill SW6438 Merlot SW2704 Mark your calendar as the meeting for the DRB will be held on Mondays, February 5 and 9. To ensure that your projects are reviewed in a timely manner, all applications must be received the Monday prior to the meeting. As always, we appreciate your cooperation with the Design Standards. Outstanding Performance of the Quarter Nancy Hudson DRB Chairperson Twenty-one years ago, Peter and I were flying to Myrtle Beach for vacation and looking for a place to purchase a condominium. During our flight we came upon an advertisement in the airplane magazine for Tidewater Plantation. After speaking with several friends who were familiar with Tidewater, we took the tour and purchased a condominium in Teal Lake. Fourteen years later we enjoyed Tidewater so much we decided to purchase property and build a home, where we have resided for the last seven years. Having built a home in Tidewater, I was familiar with the Design Review Board and was asked to interview for an open position. Now, after five plus years, I have been the Chairperson twice, and have had the privilege to serve with our Board members, who, like me, have dedicated their time to make Tidewater a great place to live in North Myrtle Beach. At the end of 2017 Peter retired and we look forward to many new experiences, travel and community service. Thank you for this recognition and your support as I continue to serve as a member of the Design Review Board. 3

4 Natural Resources Committee Ann Lippincott The Natural Resources Committee (NRC) has been working diligently with Phoenix Landscape Management to manage the ongoing and, unfortunately, increasing presence of ground moles in the community. Despite dogged treatment for the elimination of moles by both the Association and individual homeowners, there has been only minimal control of the mole population. The mole problem is not unique to Tidewater and, in fact, plagues other communities which are serviced by Phoenix, as well as other landscaping management companies in the area. Even worse, it is a losing battle and the elimination of moles is essentially impossible. Diligent treatment is the best option to minimize the population. The products used on all TPCA common areas, including the right-of-way areas at the front of every individual lot, contain mole deterrent chemicals. For the safety of humans and pets, products available for residential use are limited. The careful and responsible selection of products is imperative so as to not cause any ecological damage; i.e., the elimination of valuable earthworms, which is the primary food source of moles. Hopefully, a cooperative effort among Phoenix, the NRC and owners will minimize the population and destructive effects of these pesky creatures. Please do not hesitate to contact Property Management if you are aware of a particularly acute issue with moles in any TPCA common area that requires additional treatment by Phoenix. Below is additional information provided by Phoenix. Mole Control - Tidewater What is a Mole? Moles are small mammals adapted to a subterranean lifestyle. They have cylindrical bodies, velvety fur, very small, inconspicuous ears and eyes, reduced hindlimbs and short, powerful forelimbs with large paws adapted for digging. Unlike voles, moles do not eat the roots of grass or other plants. Moles eat worms and grubs. However, their tunneling can disturb the grass roots through soil displacement, causing the grass to yellow and possibly die. Moles do not live in communities like voles and typically mole tunnels in a given yard will only contain 1-2 moles. However, moles are busy creatures and can turn a leveled yard into a hummocky ruin overnight. What is a mole hill/tunnel? Moles produce two types of runways (tunnels); sub-surface runways and deep runways. Moles build vast underground tunnels in search of worms, insects and nesting/living space. Mounds form a row of excavations unlike the random excavations of a gopher. As the mole tunnels in a yard, it s tunnels can be observed throughout the turf. Molehills are often the only sign to indicate the presence of the animal and recording their presence may be the most reliable way to determine the number of moles in an area. Wondering how to get rid of moles in your yard? The only sure way to get rid of a mole is to use a mole-specific trap that will kill the animal. Mole repellant, poisons, fumigants, and home remedies are less effective. Above and below ground traps are available for getting rid of moles. Follow the package directions for correct placement, and move the tunnel traps daily if you do not get rid of the mole. Try inverting a bucket over the trap to conceal the trap and prevent tampering. Spring and fall, when the ground is moist but not frozen, are the best times of year for getting rid of moles because the animal pests are most active then. In all but the worst cases, learning how to get rid of moles means removing just one or two moles. This usually solves the problem because moles don t live in communities. A way to rid your yard of moles. Use a poisonous bait, such as Talpirid. Talpirid s size, shape and feel let moles consume the bait in the same manner as its primary food source, the earthworm. Special enhancers in Talpirid ensure immediate attraction and excellent product acceptance. For more information on the use and application of Talpirid visit 4

5 Recreation Committee Joyce Macphee, Chairperson Secretary Many thanks to Sue Crouch for getting me started in There are many fun events for the New Year, so come on out and meet your neighbors. Upcoming Events: Save these dates! Friday, February 2 - DJ Bingo Happy Hour returns to the Grille with Rick Goode! Please make your reservations through the Grille for this event. Food at 5 PM with the games beginning at 6 PM. Tuesday, February 13 Valentine Dinner and Dance at the Amenity Center at 6 PM. (Please note the date change!) Bring your sweetheart to our Valentine Dinner and Dance! The Paul Grimshaw Band will be here to help us dance the night away! Dinner will be served at 6 PM with dancing at 7 PM. Dinner offerings will be Sliced Roast Beef with Mushroom Sauce, Flounder with Crabmeat Stuffing, Herb Roast Chicken with Chef s Sauce, Salad, Sides, Rolls and Dessert. The cost per couple will be $60. Reserved tables are available. Please follow the reservation procedures below to sign up! Thursday, February 22 It s time for dancing y all!! Line dancing lessons will be offered at the Amenity Center by Tidewater s best, Blair Hubbard! Come out for fun and free lessons on Thursday, February 22 from 6:30-8 PM. No registration required. Just show up and prepare to hit the dance floor to learn the latest and greatest line dances! Friday, March 2 Trivia Happy Hour returns at the Amenity Center on Friday, March 2 with Scott from Overtime. Bring your food and drinks for your table. Dinner at 5 PM and Trivia at 6 PM. Please Denise Oliphant at com. She will send the Team Captains a confirmation . If you have fewer than 10, you will be assigned a table. The Recreation Committee will provide ice, plates, cups, napkins and silverware. Thursday, March 15 - Tidewater s annual St. Patrick s Dinner and Dance Party will be held at the Amenity Center on Thursday, March 15 at 6 PM. We are pleased to announce that our musical entertainment will be provided by The Shamrockers. They will begin the evening s entertainment by playing many of your favorite Irish songs. Following a traditional corned beef and cabbage dinner, including dessert, Tidewater s own Elvis/ singing leprechaun, Ron Nichols will lead us in song with a few Tidewater favorites. Following Ron, they will transition to an array of familiar dance music as they have in the past. Beverages provided will be several beer selections and bottled water. You are welcome to bring your beverage of choice as well. 5 The cost for the evening is $18.50 per person/$37.00 per couple. To be included payment should be received no later than Thursday, March 8. This has been a popular and well-attended party, so it is recommended that you sign up early. Please call Tim Weis at if you have any questions. Group seating can be reserved for up to 10 people per table. We will do our best to accommodate your needs. If you have no requests, it will be a great opportunity to meet new neighbors. Please follow the Reservation Procedure below to sign up. If you have ideas for additional activities you would like the Recreation Committee to entertain, please submit them by to We value your input! Reservation Procedure Please read below to sign up for an event! YOUR CHECK IS YOUR REGISTRATION: To register for an event, place your check made out to ROTSC in an envelope. On the outside of the envelope include the following: names of all people attending, your phone number and address. Place the envelope in the gold mail box at the Fitness Center by the advertised cutoff date. There will be a notice on the box if the event is full and a waiting list will be established if necessary. For events where reserved tables are available, payments for a full table of 10 must be included in one envelope. If you are not part of a reserved table, you will be assigned to a table with others. If you are out of town, you may mail your check and information to the Tidewater Recreation Committee, 2000 Spinnaker Drive, North Myrtle Beach, SC Red Hats Celebrating their first year together is a new Red Hat group, the Red Hots. They got together for a Christmas party with spouses at the home of Jane and Eddie Link. Pictured from left to right are: Front row: Gail Hamilton, Jane Link, Donna Hand and Jewel Mellas. Back row are: Joyce Macphee, Becky Offutt, Maryann Groeninger and Denise Oliphant.

6 Looking Back: On Saturday, December 16, the Tidewater Recreation Committee guest hosted a Christmas party for the children who live on Little River Neck Road. Santa arrived with many presents and all the kids had smiles on their faces...all of this was made possible by Tidewater residents. Tidewater residents rang in 2018 in style! Gary Lowder and Smokin Hot played to a packed house as participants enjoyed a terrific meal catered by A&A, as well as a champagne toast at midnight. Have a great 2018! 6

7 Artisans of Tidewater Marilyn Drange Join the Artisans on Monday, February 19 at the Amenity Center from 10 AM till Noon and learn how to paint realistic watercolor roses. Marylou Convery will demonstrate glazing techniques and the process of laying down successive washes and building up color and value to create a glowing, luminous color. The cost of the workshop is $10 plus supplies. Please RSVP Marylou Convery via by Sunday, February 11 to receive the supply list. Audrey Poole will offer a fun class for martini lovers! The class will be held on Monday, February 26, beginning at 10 AM at the Amenity Center. Audrey will be demonstrating various painting techniques to dress-up your favorite martini glass. Cost of the workshop is $ Bring your favorite glass to paint and Audrey will supply the paints and tools to create different designs. Contact Audrey Poole or ) by Sunday, February 18 to sign up and receive the supply list. Artisan of The Month See Nancy Stinger s oil and acrylic paintings depicting Carolina beaches in the lobby of the Tidewater Grill and the Charleston Artist s Guild Gallery, Charleston. 7 Nancy Stinger is the Featured Artist for the month of February. She is a coastal Carolina artist who paints in acrylics or oils. Her subject matter includes the marshes, seascapes and the wildlife of the low country. With a degree in Art Education from Wilkes University, Wilkes-Barre, PA., she has taught in 3 public school districts. Nancy has been active in the Tidewater community by serving on the Board of Directors, past President of the Artisans and Government Liaison Chairperson. Formerly an art exhibitor in Franklin Square Gallery in Southport, she currently exhibits in the Charleston Artists Guild Gallery on 160 East Bay Street.

8 Quilters Victoria Molnar Are you a Quilter? Would you like to join a new group of quilters at Tidewater? My name is Victoria Molnar. I am starting a new quilting group for Tidewater residents. Yes, there is already a group of talented quilters who meet once a month and do amazing projects for Outreach. That group is limited to 8 quilters because they meet at each other s homes. I was asked by that group to start a second group for quilters, like me, who like to socialize and talk about quilting. Together we will come up with a forum that will be tailor made to our group. The group will be comprised of 6 to 8 quilters called TideH20. All skill levels are welcome. me at or call me at , if you would like to join. First meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 21 at 1 PM at my house: 5020 Bucks Bluff Drive. Seacoast Traders Go out on a High Cathy Weis The Tidewater ladies investment group known as the Seacoast Traders ended its run by finally selling on a high! The group which has been in existence for 17 years, disbanded at the end of 2017 due to departing key members and an inability to replace their important functions. We are sad, but we had a good run. Pictured are from the top, left to right: Cathy Weis, Pat Angelini, Corky Felber, Betsy Carver, Ardie Praetorius, Linda Bulger, Betty Berginski, Nancy Mercurio, Carol Snyder, Joyce McKenna, Jo Moore, Diane Shipley, Kathy Turnauer, Betsy Easton and Regina Kelley. Not Pictured: Beth Boyer and Marty Fields The second pictures shows the original founders: First Row, left to right: Betty Berginski, Diane Shipley, Regina Kelley, Betsy Easton, Barbara Baker, Kathy Turnauer; Second Row: Ardie Praetorius, Nancy Mercurio, Betsy Carver, Pat Angelini, Joan Elliott, Carol Snyder and Pat Field. Cabo Vacation Having too much fun vacationing in Cabo San Lucas!! All three of our fishermen caught Marlins! Oh, what a day we had celebrating! L to R: Bruce and Donna Wilt, David and Diane Shipley, Marie and Jules Jaget. February 2018 Tide Chart DATE/DAY HIGH AM 1 Thu 7:40 2 Fri 8:30 3 Sat 9:21 4 Sun 10:13 5 Mon 11:06 6 Tue 7 Wed 12:42 8 Thu 1:36 9 Fri 2:29 10 Sat 3:21 11 Sun 4:12 12 Mon 5:00 13 Tue 5:44 14 Wed 6:24 15 Thu 7:01 16 Fri 7:37 17 Sat 8:12 18 Sun 8:49 19 Mon 9:29 20 Tue 10:15 21 Wed 11:06 22 Thu 23 Fri 12:28 24 Sat 1:31 25 Sun 2:36 26 Mon 3:40 27 Tue 4:43 PM 8:09 9:01 9:55 10:51 11:47 12:00 12:53 1:46 2:39 3:32 4:23 5:10 5:53 6:31 7:08 7:43 8:19 8:59 9:42 10:32 11:28 12:04 1:04 2:08 3:12 4:16 5: :11 Wed 5:41 LOW AM 1:26 2:19 3:10 4:00 4:51 5:45 6:42 7:45 8:47 9:43 10:32 11:17 11:58 12:06 12:46 1:26 2:04 2:43 3:23 4:05 4:52 5:46 6:51 8:06 9:19 10:23 11:20 PM 2:10 2:58 3:45 4:31 5:18 6:08 7:03 8:02 9:01 9:54 10:41 11:25 12:37 1:15 1:52 2:29 3:06 3:44 4:25 5:10 6:03 7:06 8:15 9:24 10:28 11:26 12:12 8

9 Tidewater Committees and Chairpersons Budget and Finance - Eddie Link Communications - Beth Boyer Design Review Board Nancy Hudson Government Liaison - Jim Hulen Information and Technology - Greg Solowey Insurance Paul Wrobel Investment Jim Offutt Natural Resource - Ann Lippincott Promotions Bill Pearson Property - Lenny DeMarco Recreation Frank Williams Rules and Regulations - Jules Jaget Security - Jim Muirhead Newsletter Submissions We would like to encourage Tidewater homeowners to submit articles and pictures for our news-letter. If you have an article or picture relating to, or of special interest to the Tidewater community, we want to hear from you! Examples would be any one of the various clubs/groups at Tidewater, individual achievements, wildlife, etc. The newsletter team will ensure that all articles and pictures are approved by the BOD prior to printing, but anyone may submit an article. Articles and/or pictures will be included as space permits. Send submissions to If you would like to receive the newsletter in electronic form only, please notify our managent company so we can remove you from the newsletter mailing list. Either call to be taken off the mailing list, or TCPA CONTACT INFORMATION FirstService Residential Property Management Services (843) Contact: Chelsea Fenner at Heron Lake, Teal Lake and Lighthouse Villas Contact: Rob Sullivan at Board Contact: In the case of an afterhours or weekend URGENCY Please Call (843) CONDO ASSOCIATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION Harbor Loft Tidewater Ridge Contact: Katy Swimm (843) Clubhouse Villas Sherry Mador Kendall Benjamin (843) Grille News Reservation Phone Number Friday, February 9: Happy Hour 5:30-8 PM Thursday, February 15: Wheel Night 5:30-8PM Friday, February 16: Happy Hour 5:30-8 PM Friday February 23: Happy Hour5:30 8 PM Tastebuds Marty Turnauer Reminder that Tastebuds signup for Spring begins on Thursday, March 1. To sign-up or for further information, please Marty Turnauer at 9

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12 PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID N MYRTLE BEACH SC Permit #32 TIDEWATER PLANTATION Community Association 2000 Spinnaker Drive North Myrtle Beach, SC Address Service Requested February 2018 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 1 BOD Meeting Cassels Bldg Friday 8 Saturday 3 2 DJ Bingo & Happy Hour The Grille 9 10 Happy The Grille 5:30-8PM WOW Meeting Cassels Bldg Artisan s Workshop Watercolor Painting 10 Amenity Center 26 Artisans Workshop Martnini Glass Painting Amenity Center 14 Valentine s Day Dinner Amenity Center Valentine s Day 21 Quilters Meeting 5020 Bucks Bluff Drive Wheel The Grille 5:30-8 PM 22 Dance Lessons 6:30 Amenity Center 17 Happy The Grille 5:30-8PM Happy The Grille 5:30-8PM 28 Every Monday: Art 10 AM 3 PM Amenity Center Every Wednesday: Weight Lifting Class - 4 PM - 5 Amenity Center Every Friday: Mahjong 9:30 AM Amenity Center Artisan Open Studio: 4th Monday 10 AM 3 Amenity Center Coed Tennis Thursday 4 PM - 6 PM and Saturday 9 AM - 11 AM Cardio/Tone-Low Impact Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday 11:30 Amenity Center ($5) 12

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