THE WILL OF SAMUEL CABOT

Will Book II, pages 17-25

Typed by Larry Heffner.
(Hard copy provided by Linda Fluharty.)

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
SUFFOLK, SS
REGISTRY OF PROBATE

I, Elijah George, Register of the Probate Court for said County of Suffolk, having by law the custody of the seal and all the records, books, documents, and papers of or appertaining to said Court, hereby certify the papers hereto annexed to be true copies of papers appertaining to said Court, and on file and of record in the office of said Court, to wit: the last will and testament of Samuel Cabot, late of Boston in said County of Suffolk, deceased, the affidavit of one of the witnesses to said will, and the petition, citation, decree, bonds and letter relating to the probate of said will, In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said Court, this twenty-ninth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven. Elijah George, Register.

(PROBATE SEAL)

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, SUFFOLK, SS. PROBATE COURT. I, John W. McKim, Esquire, Judge of the Probate Court within and for the county of Suffolk, hereby certify that Elijah George, Esquire, whose signature is affixed to the annexed certificates and attestation, is the Register and proper Certifying Officer of said Court, and has, by law, the custody of the seal, and all the Records, books, documents and papers of, or appertaining to said Court, and that said certificates and attestation are in due form and entitled to full faith and credit. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, this twenty-ninth day of May in the year of our Lord on e thousand nine hundred and seven.

John W. McKim, Judge of Probate Court.

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, SUFFOLK, SS. REGISTER OF PROBATE. I, Elijah George, Esquire, Register of the Probate Court within and for the County of Suffolk, hereby certify that John W. McKim, Esquire, whose signature is affixed to the annexed certificate, is the first Judge of said Court, duly commissioned and qualified, and that his said certificate is in due form, and entitled to full faith and credit. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal of said Court, this twenty-ninth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven.

Elijah George, register.
(PROBATE SEAL)

I, Samuel Cabot of Brookline in Massachusetts, make this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking all former wills and testamentary papers by me at any time made.

Article First: I appoint my wife Helen N. Cabot and my cousin Henry B. Cabot to be the executrix and executor of this Will, and I appoint my wife also the guardian of my children during their minority.

Article Second: I give to my wife all my household furniture and affects, plate, books, pictures, china, glass, linen, watches, jewelery, works of art, clothing and other articles of household or personal use or ornament, and also all horses, carriages, harnesses, stable furniture, and all burial lots and pews in churches belonging to me at the time of my death.

Article Third: I give devise and bequeath to my executors all the real estate buildings machinery stock in trade and capital used and invested in the business carried on by me of manufacturing and dealing in lamp black stains and other products at the time of my death in trust as soon as is reasonably possible after my death either to sell the same in such manner upon such terms and for such price as they shall think best or in their discretion to convey transfer and deliver the same to a corporation formed for the purpose of carrying on the said business which corporation I desire them to have formed under the laws of any State which they shall select, and I authorize them to take in payment for the property conveyed to the said corporation shares in the capital stock thereof to an amount equal in their judgment to the value of the property as transferred, intending hereby to give them full power to take every step which in their judgment is necessary or proper to form a corporation for the purpose of carrying on my said business and to vest therein all the property hereinbefore described so that the interest of my estate in the business shall thereafter be represented by shares in the said corporation. I authorize my executors and trustees to hold the said shares as an investment so long as they shall find persons satisfactory to them to carry on the said business, and I also authorize them if in their judgment it is desirable to sell such number of shares as they shall think proper to such person or persons as they may select for the purpose of giving them an interest in the said business and thereby securing their better attention to the same, and also to sell the same for any other reason which in their judgment makes such sale desirable, and I authorize them to make such sale upon such terms as in their judgment they shall think proper.

Article Fourth: All the rest and residue of my property, real and persoal, including any property over which I may have a power of disposition I give, devise and bequeath to my wife Helen N. Cabot and Henry B. Cabot aforesaid in trust to hold and safly invest the same and to pay the net income thereof after deducting all expenses of administering the trust and keeping the property insured and in repair to my said wife during her widowhood to her own use discharged of all trusts and in trust to pay, transfer and convey to her from time to time upon her written request any part or parts of the principal of the trust property which in her judgment may be needed for her own support or for the education or maintenances of my children, and upon her marriage or death I give devise and bequeath whatever shall then constitute the trust property to the said Henry B. Cabot and Francis C. Lowell of the said Boston, or the survivor of them and his heirs and assigns in trust to divide the same into two equal shares and to hold one of said shares in trust for my daughter Elizabeth, paying over or employing in their discretion so much of the income of her said share as such trustee or trustees shall think proper for her maintenance and education and adding the balance of the said income to the principal of her share until she shall reach the age of twenty-one years and thereafter during her life paying to her the whole income of her said share and of the additions if any thereto for her separate use free from marital control and so that she shall not have power to dispose of the same or deprive herself of the benefit thereof by anticipation and upon her death to pay over transfer and convey the property held in trust for her to such persons and upon such uses as she shall by her last will and testament appoint and in default of such appointment to her children in equal shares the issue of any deceased child of hers to take by right of representation such deceased child’s share and in case she shall die leaving no issue surviving her then to pay over the whole property held in trust for her to her brother and in case he also shall be then deceased to his children in equal shares, the issue of any child that may have died to take by right of representation and in case he also shall have left no issue surviving him to transfer such share to the person or persons who would then have been entitled to receive my daughter’s personal estate under the statue of distribution in Massachusetts if she had then died domiciled in Massachusetts unmarried and intestate, such persons if more than one to take the shares which they would have taken under the said statutes; and in trust to hold the other of said shares for the benefit of my son paying over or employing in their discretion so much of the income thereof as in the judgment of such trustee or trustees shall be necessary for his support and education adding the residue of said income if any to the principal until he shall reach the age of twenty-one years and there upon to pay over, transfer and convey to him the whole of the property held in trust for his benefit discharged of all trusts. In case he shall die before reaching the age of twenty-one years I desire that his share shall go to his children, if any, in equal shares, and in case he shall leave no issue surviving him I desire that the property held in trust for his benefit be added to the property held in trust for his sister and be held and disposed of as a part thereof, and in case she also shall have died that it be paid to her children in equal shares the issue of any who may have died to take by right of representation such deceased child’s share, and in case there shall be no issue of her’s surviving her I desire that his said share be paid over, transferred and conveyed to the person or persons who would then have been entitled to receive my son’s personal estate under the statutes of distribution in Massachusetts if he had then died domiciled in Massachusetts unmarried and intestate, such persons if more than one to take the shares which they would have taken under the said statutes. Provided however that in case my brother-in-law Charles P. Nicholas shall survive both me and my wife and shall continue of unsound mind, I direct my Trustees to pay out of the income of the trust property such sum and in such way as in their discretion they think necessary to insure his comfortable support in the same manner as he shall be living in at the time of my death and to dispose of the balance of income only as hereinbefore directed. In case he shall still be living when any distribution of principal is required under the foregoing provisions of this article I direct my trustees to reserve from each portion of principal so transferred or paid over the proportionate share of such a sum as will provide an income sufficient to pay the expenses of such support and to hold the name in trust and use the income for the benefit of my said brother-in-law as herein before provided until his death and then to pay over the sum so reserved from each portion to the persons who would have been entitled to receive the said portion under the terms of this will had it then been paid over or transferred.

Article Fifth: I declare that the provisions herein made for my wife are intended to be and shall be accepted by her in lieu and satisfaction of her dower and of every share, allowance and provision to which she might otherwise be entitled of or out of my real or personal estate.

Article Sixth: I give my wife full power during her widowhood at any time and from time to time to require my trustees or trustee to sell the whole or any part of the property of which she is entitled to receive the income upon such terms and in such manner as she shall think best and to invest and reinvest the same or in her discretion to use such portion of the proceeds as in her judgment may be necessary for her maintenance or the maintenance and education of my children and I direct my trustees to comply in all respects with such direction as my wife shall give in regard to such sale, investment, reinvestment or use.

Article Seventh: I authorize and empower the trustees of the residue of my estate at any time and form, time to time to sell by public auction or private contract on such terms as they shall think fit the whole or any part or parts of my residuary estate in whatever state of investment the same may happen to be and notwithstanding any appropriation of any part thereof and to exchange any real estate held by them upon the trusts of my will for other real estate and to make partition of any real estate whereof an undivided part shall be subject to the trusts of my will and to give or receive money for equality of exchange or partition and to buy in or rescind or vary any contract of sale or for exchange or partition or of any other description and to resell without being answerable for loss and for the purposes aforesaid to execute and do all such instruments and things as they shall think proper. And that all moneys arising from any such sale or forming part of my residuary estate shall be invested by trustees in such manner as they shall think proper and that they may from time to time in their discretion change investments. And I empower my trustees to manage and improve my residuary estate, and to erect, pull down and repair buildings and to insure buildings and other property and to make allowances to and arrange with tenants and others and to grant leases for terms not exceeding fifteen years to take effect in possession or within six months from the making of the demise and to accept surrenders of leases and tenancies, and to borrow on mortgage of the whole or any part of my real estate any sums they think proper to borrow for my estate. I declare that if any part of my residuary estate shall at my death consist of any reversionary future or contingent interests my trustees shall be at liberty to wait the falling in or vesting of such interests and no reversionary or other property not actually producing income shall be treated as producing income or as entitling any person to the receipt of income.

Article Eighth: I declare that all rents dividends and other payments in the nature of income shall for the purposes of the trusts of my Will be considered as accruing from day to day like interest on money lent and be apportionable in respect of time accordingly, And that my trustees shall have full powers of determining all questions in regard to such apportionment and all questions whether any moneys or things are to be treated as capital or income and of determining the modes in which the expenses incidental to or connected with the execution of the trusts of my Will ought to be borne as between my residuary estate and any share or part thereof and of apportioning the same between capital and income or otherwise. Which powers shall include (without the generality thereof being hereby restrained) the power of determining in case any investment of any part of my residuary estate shall be made at a premium in any bond or security for money whether and to what extent and in what manner any part of the actual income of such bond or security shall be dealt with as capital with a view to prevent the diminution of my trust estate by reason of the payment of such premium. And every decision of my trustees in relation to the premises made upon a question actually raised or implied in the acts and proceedings of my trustees shall be conclusive and binding upon all persons claiming under my Will notwithstanding that no determination may have been formally come to by or question actually raised for the decision of my trustees. And that my trustees shall have power at any time or times to allot any part or parts of any estate held by them upon the trusts of my Will in the actual state of investment thereof for the time being in or towards satisfaction of any share thereof and to determine in such manner as my trustees shall in their absolute discretion think fit the value for the purpose of such allotment of every or any part or parts of such trusts estate and to sell every or any part or parts of such trust estate for the purpose of allotting the proceeds in money and every such allotment shall take effect from such time or times and be made in such manner as my trustees shall think proper being paid for equality. And that my trustees may keep the different shares of my residuary estate or any of them undivided so long as they are retained by my trustees or may at any time in their discretion set apart the said shares or any of them one from another. And that the number of my trustees shall be kept up to two and that all the trusts declared in my Will concerning my residuary estate and the different parts thereof shall be at all times executed by the same set of Trustees for the time being and that different trustees shall not be appointed in respect of different shares or parts thereof.

Article Ninth: I declare that my trustees shall be answerable and accountable only for their own acts receipts, neglects and defaults respectively and not for those of each other nor for any loss unless it shall happen through their own wilful default respectively.

Article tenth: I declare that my executrix and executor shall have power to compromise or compound or allow time or accept security for the payment of any debts owing to my estate or any other claims and to adjust by arbitration or otherwise disputes in relation thereto or to debts or claims against my estate and to pay any such debts or claims upon any evidence that they shall think sufficient, and that my trustees shall as to any estate held by them in trust have the same or the like powers and authorities as are lastly hereinbefore given to my execitrix and executor. And that my executrix and executor shall have power whenever in their opinion it be necessary or expedient for the payment of my debts or for any purpose connected with the settlement of my estate to sell in such manner as they shall think fit the whole or any part or parts of the real estate disposed of by this my Will and for that purpose to execute all proper deeds and instruments. And that my executrix and executor shall have power to make such arrangements as shall seem fitting to them for the settlement and adjustment of my partnership affairs if I shall be a member of any partnership at the time of my death and generally to act in the premises as they shall think proper.

Article Eleventh: I declare that the receipts of my executrix and executor and trustees respectively for any money or thing paid, transferred or delivered to my executrix and executor or trustees shall be sufficient discharges to the person or persons paying transferring or delivering the same therefor and from all liability to see to the application thereof and no purchaser shall be obliged to ascertain the existence or occurrence of any event or purpose in or for which a sale is herein authorized And I declare that the powers and discretions herein given to my trustees shall be vested in and exerciseable by the trustees or trustee for the time being of my Will. And that the powers and discretions herein given to my executrix and executor shall be also vested in and exerciseable by either in case the other shall decline or for any reason cease to act and by any executors or executor of my Will or by my administrators or administrator for the time being. And I declare that the words “child”, “children” and “issue” shall throughout my Will will be construed as meaning respectively child, children and issue by blood only and not by adoption or otherwise. I desire that no sureties be required upon my wife’s bond as Guardian of my children or on the bond of any executrix, executor or trustee under my Will.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I, the said Samuel Cabot have to this my Will written upon this and the six preceding pages of paper set my hand and seal this 3rd day of February in the year eighteen hundred and ninety-nine.

Signed and sealed by the said Samuel Cabot as and for his last Will and Testament in presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as attesting witnesses.

Moorefield Story
Henry Ware
Reginald H. Johnson

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, SUFFOLK, SS. PROBATE COURT. In the matter of proving the last will and testament of Samuel Cabot late of Boston in said County. I Henry Ware of Brookline in the County of Norfolk being duly sworn, do depose and say that Samuel Cabot the testator therein named signed said instrument, dated Feb 3rd. 1899, as and for his last will and testament in my presence and in the presence of Moorfield Storey and Reginald H. Johnson the other subscribing witnesses; that we all thereafter signed our names thereto as witnesses at the request and in his presence of said testator and that at the time of signing said instrument, said testator was in my opinion of full age and of sound mind.

Henry Ware

Subscribed and sworn to this thirteenth day of December A.D. 1906, before me.
Elijah George, Register of Probate Court

TO THE HONORABLE THE JUDGE OF THE PROBATE COURT IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SUFFOLK: Respectively represent Helen N. Cabot of Boston in said County and Henry B. Cabot of Brookline in the County of Norfolk that Samuel Cabot (occupation) manufacturing chemist, who was last dwelt in (street and No.) 109 Commonwealth Avenue, died on the twenty-sixth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six, possessed of goods and estate remaining to be administered, leaving as widow and as his only heirs-at-law and next-of-kin.

NAME - RESIDENCE - RELATIONSHIP
Helen N. Cabot - Boston - Widow
Elizabeth Cabot - Boston - Daughter
Samuel Cabot - Canton, Mass. - son

That said deceased left a will herewith presented, wherein your petitioners are named executrix and executor and wherein the testator has requested that your petitioners exempt from giving a surety on their bonds. Wherefore your petitioners pray that said will may be proved and allowed and letters testamentary issued to them without giving a surety on their official bonds, and certify that the statements herein contained are true to the best of their knowledge and belief. Dated this third day of December A.D. 1906.

Helen N. Cabot
Henry B. Cabot

SUFFOLK, SS. Subscribed and sworn to by said Henry B. Cabot this third day of December A.D. 1906. Before me, George D. Burrage, Justice of the Peace. The undersigned, being all the persons interested in the estate who are of full age and legal capacity, other than creditors, and the guardians of persons interested therein, hereby consent that the above-named petitioner be exempt from giving any surety on h bond.

Elizabeth Cabot
Samuel Cabot

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. SUFFOLK, SS. PROBATE CURT. To the heirs-at-law, next-of-kin, and all other persons interested in the estate of Samuel Cabot late of Boston, in said County, deceased, WHEREAS, a certain instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased has been presented to said Court for probate by Helen N. Cabot, of said Boston and Henry B. Cabot of Brookline, in the County of Norfolk, who pray that letters testamentary may be issued to them, the executors therein named, without giving a surety on their official bonds: You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be held at Boston, in said County of Suffolk, on the twentieth day of December A.D. 1906, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any you have, why the same should not be granted. And said petitioners are hereby directed to give public notice thereof, by publishing this citation once in each week, for three successive weeks, in the Boston Evening Transcript a newspaper published in said Boston, the last publication to be one day at least, before said Court, and by mailing, post-paid, or delivering a copy of this citation to all known persons interested in the estate, seven days at least before said Court. Witness, John W. McKim, Esquire, Judge of said Court, this third day of December in the year one thousand nine hundred and six. Elijah George, Register. Acting on behalf of said petitioners I have served the above citation as therein ordered by publication and mailing.

George D. Burrage

SUFFOLK, SS, BOSTON. December 20, A.D. 1906. Then personally appeared the above named George D. Burrage and made oath that the above return by him subscribed is true. Before me,

Frederick J. Finnegan Justice of the Peace

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. SUFFOLK, SS. At a Probate Court holden at Boston, in and for said County of Suffolk, on the twentieth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six, On the petition of Helen N. Cabot of said Boston and Henry B. Cabot, of Brookline in the County of Norfolk, praying that the instrument therewith presented, purporting to be the last will and testament of Samuel Cabot, late of Boston, in said County of Suffolk, deceased, may be proved and allowed, and letters testamentary issued to them, the executors therein named; without giving a surety on their bonds; and the heirs-at-law, next-of-kin and all other persons interested, having been notified, according to the order of the Court, to appear and show cause, if any they have, against the same; and no party objecting thereto, and it appearing that said instrument is the last will and testament of said deceased, and was legally executed, and that said testator was, at the time of making the same, of full age and sound mind; and that said petitioners are competent persons to be appointed to said trust; It is therefore decreed that said instrument be approved and allowed as the last will and testament of said deceased, and letters testamentary be issued to said petitioners, they first giving bonds without sureties, for the due performance of said trust.

John W. McKim, Judge of Probate Court

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That I, Helen N. Cabot of Boston, in the County of Suffolk in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, am holden and stand firmly bound and obliged unto John W. McKim, Require, Judge of the Probate Court in and for the County of Suffolk, in the full and just sum of two million dollars, to be paid to said Judge and his successors in said office; to the true payment whereof I bind myself and my heirs, executors and administrators, by these presents. Sealed with my seal, and dated the twentieth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six. The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden Helen N. Cabot, executrix of the last will and testament of Samuel Cabot, late of said Boston, deceased, testate, shall First, make and return to said Probate Court, within three months after her appointment, a true inventory of all the real and personal estate of said deceased which at the time of the making of such inventory shall have come to the possession or knowledge of said executrix; Second, administer according to law and to the will of said deceased all the personal estate of said deceased which may come to he possession of said executrix, or of any person for her, and also the proceeds of any of the real estate of said deceased that may be sold or mortagaged by said executrix; and Third, render upon oath, a true account of her administration at least once a year, until her trust is fulfilled, unless she is excused therefrom in any year by said Court, and also render such account at such other times as said Court may order; Then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.

Signed, Sealed and delivered in presence of Helen N. Cabot (Seal)
Emma S. Mack.

SUFFOLK, SS. December 20, A.D. 1906. Examined and approved.

John W. McKim, Judge of Probate Court. I, Helen N. Cabot the within-named executrix, declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the estate and effects of the within-named deceased do not exceed in value the following-mentioned sums, viz: Real Estate, $200,000. Personal Estate, $1,400,000. Including good will of manfg. business at estimated value & without deducting debts.

(Sign) Helen N. Cabot.

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, That I, Henry B. Cabot of Brookline in the County of Norfolk in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, am holden and stand firmly bound and obliged unto John W. McKim, Esquire, Judge of the Probate Court in and for the County of Suffolk, in the full and just sum of two million dollars, to be paid to said Judge and his successors in said office, to the true payment whereof I bind myself and my heirs, executors and administrators, by these presents. Sealed with my seal, and dated the twentieth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six. The condition of this obligation is such, that if the above-bounden Henry B. Cabot, executor of the last will and testament of Samuel Cabot late of Boston, deceased, testate, shall First, make and return to said Probate Court, within three months after his appointment, a true inventory of all the real and personal estate of said deceased which at the time of the making of such inventory shall have come to the possession or knowledge of said executor; Second, administer according to law and to the will of said deceased all the personal estate of said deceased which may come to the possession of said executor, or of any person for him, and also the proceeds of any of the real estate of said deceased that may be sold or mortgaged by said executor; and Third, render upon oath, a true account of his administration at least once a year, until his trust is fulfilled, unless he is excused therefrom in any year by said Court, and also render such account at such other times as said Court may order; Then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.

Henry B. Cabot, (Seal)

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of
Harry W. Greenleaf.

SUFFOLK, SS. December 20, A.D. 1906. Examined and approved.
John W. McKim, Judge of Probate Court.

I, Henry B. Cabot, the within-named executor, declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the estate and effects of the within-named deceased do not exceed in value the following-mentioned sums, viz: Real estate, $200,000. Personal Estate, $1,400,000. Including good will of manfg. business at estimated value, without deducting debts.

(Sign) Henry B. Cabot

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, SUFFOLK, SS. PROBATE COURT.
(Seal)

To Helen N. Cabot of Boston in said County, and Henry B. Cabot of Brookline in the County of Norfolk and Commonwealth aforesaid. You are appointed executors of the last will and testament of Samuel Cabot late of Boston, in said County of Suffolk, deceased, testate, which will was proved and allowed on this day by said Court, and is now of record in this Court; And you are required to make and return into said Probate Court, within three months from the date hereof, a true inventory of all the real and personal estate of said deceased which at the time of the making of such inventory shall have come to your possession or knowledge; To administer, according to law and to the will of said deceased, all the personal estate of said deceased which may come to your possession, or that of any person for you, and also the proceeds of any of the real estate of said deceased that may be sold or mortgaged by you; To render, upon oath, a true account of your administration, at least once a year, until your trust is fulfilled, unless excused therefrom, in any year, by said Court; And, also, within three months, to cause notice of your appointment to be published once in each week for three successive weeks in the Boston Evening Transcript, a newspaper published in said Boston, and return your affidavit of having given such notice, with a copy thereof, to the Probate Court. Witness, John W. McKim, Judge of said Court, at Boston, this twentieth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and six.
Memo, by Clerk: the words “or parta” & “and” are interlined in the above Will.

WEST VIRGINIA, TO-WIT:
In vacation of the County Court of Calhoun County, in the Clerks office of said Court at the Court House thereof, on the 11th day of June, 1907.

James L. Smith on this day produced to me the undersigned Clerk of the said Court a paper writing, bearing date on the 3 day of February, 1899, purporting to be an authentic copy with the certificates of probate thereto annexed, of the last will and testament of Samuel Cabot, of Brookline, in the State of Massachusetts, and who died in said State.

The said probate having been made before Elijah George, Register of the Probate Court in and for the County of Suffolk, in the State of Massachusetts, on the 29 day of May 1907, and it appearing said will so proved, was duly executed and admitted to probate as a will of both personalty and realty in the State of the testator’s domicil and that the said will was proved before the Register of the probate of wills to have been so executed as to be a valid will of both land and personal property in this State by the laws thereof. It is ordered that said copy of said will be, and the same is admitted to probate as a will of real and personal estate in this State.

Teste: S. W. McClung, Clerk.
A copy Teste: S. W. McClung, Clerk.


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