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‘Taken 3’ takes int’l crown during 3rd weekend

January 20th, 2015 - Graham Eley

Fox’s adventure thriller, ‘Taken 3’, grossed a solid $31.6m from 58 markets to win the international weekend box office. The UK was its strongest market for the second weekend running after racking up an impressive $5.2m, with Germany close behind on $4.4m. The film’s overall international tally now stands at $99.5m following three weekends in play.is prednisolone a generic drug
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Five Armies retains international crown

January 7th, 2015 - Graham Eley

Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies’ won the international box office for the fourth consecutive weekend after grossing another $52.5m. It remained active in a high 65 markets but still has China to come with a January 23 launch. The weekend’s impressive haul was enough to take the film over the $500m international milestone.order prednisolone online
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‘Five Armies’ enjoys powerful third int’l weekend

December 30th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ won the international weekend box office for third consecutive weekend with a commanding $89m from 62 markets. Germany was its most successive territory with an impressive $11.5m holdover and Australia was close behind where the film enjoyed a $9.9m debut. Middle Earth saga crossed the $400m milestone on Sunday.prednisolone ingredients
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‘Five Armies’ posts 2nd consecutive $100m+ int’l weekend

December 24th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit : The Battle of the Five Armies’ expanded from 37 to 59 international markets after 7 days in play and grossed a mighty $109m at the weekend box office. Germany proved its most successful territory with a $13.3m holdover and South Korea followed after a $10.3m debut. The Middle Earth finale has now taken $269m internationally, and after factoring in North America, $359.6m worldwide.prednisolone 5mg side effects
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‘Five Armies’ enjoys stunning int’l opening

December 15th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Peter Jackson’s ‘The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies’ arrived at the international box office with an outstanding $117.6m weekend from a comparatively modest 37 markets.  Germany was the film’s most successful territory with a stunning $19.5m, comfortably ahead of the opening weekends from the trilogy’s first two instalments.  It still has major territories in hand, most notably China where the film lands on January 23.prednisolone 15mg/5ml sol
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‘Exodus’ makes waves internationally

December 9th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Ridley Scott’s ‘Exodus: Gods And Kings’ started to make waves at the international weekend box office with an early $23.1m from a limited release ahead of this week’s expansion from 10 to 30 markets. This was on a par with market expectations and included a highest ever Korean opening for a Scott feature. The Biblical epic will have plenty in the tank after next weekend with it not arriving in Russia and China until next year.

 

‘The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies’ will join it on the international stage next weekend with Warner Bros planning a wide release. It will include the key territories of UK and Russia.

 

For now, ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ remains No.1 after grossing a further $33m over the weekend.temovate ointment price
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Strong int’l hold for ‘Mockingjay’

December 2nd, 2014 - Graham Eley
‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1’ continued its domination of the international box office with an impressive $66.9m haul over the weekend.  The Y.A. blockbuster was active in a high 87 (+2) international markets and raised its running total to $254.6m after just ten days in play.  The UK and Germany lead the way with $7.7m and $7.2m respectively.zithromax capsules buy
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Mockingjay enjoys stunning int’l opening

November 25th, 2014 - Graham Eley

YA blockbuster,  ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1’, starring Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson, amassed a stunning $154.3m during its opening five days at the international box office for the best launch of the year.  The third instalment of the franchise was active in a powerful 85 international markets with the UK being its most successful with a spectacular  $19.8m, a 5% increase on ‘Catching Fire’.  After factoring in North America, it has already cleared $275m globally.temovate buy online
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‘Dracula Untold’ claims top spot internationally

October 14th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Universal’s horror reboot, ‘Dracula Untold’, starring Luke Evans, Sarah Gadon and Dominic Cooper, grossed a strong $33.9m in the No.1 spot at the international weekend box office.  It was active in 42 international markets and, as is often the case, Russia led the way with an impressive $9.6m debut.  The film now stands at an early $62.6m internationally, including a high $4.5m from IMAX screens.zithromax z pak cost walgreens
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Ning Hao’s ‘No Man’s Land’ follow up wins int’l box office

October 7th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Ning Hao’s ‘Breakup Buddies’ comfortably won the international weekend box office after grossing another $38m over the three days.  It takes the comedy romance to a powerful $93.2m since arriving on September 30 with virtually all the proceeds coming from China.  It’s Ning’s follow up to his Berlin competition title, ‘No Man’s Land’.zithromax generic cost walmart
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‘The Maze Runner’ repeats int’l win

September 29th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Fox’s ‘The Maze Runner’, starring Dylan O’Brien, Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Will Poulter, grossed $28.8m from 62 territories to retain the No. 1 spot at the international weekend box office.  South Korea was its most successful market with a strong $4.9m second weekend top place hold.  The YA sci-fi thriller now stands on $92.4m internationally.

 

Sony’s TV reboot, ‘The Equaliser’, arrived day-and-date with North America in 65 international territories and grossed a solid $19m over the three days.  The action thriller, which continues the ‘Training Day’ director/actor collaboration of Antoine Fuqua and Denzel Washington, enjoyed most success in the UK where it debuted on $2.9m.buy zithromax tablets
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‘The Maze Runner’ dominates int’l markets

September 23rd, 2014 - Graham Eley

Fox’s YA sci-fi thriller ‘The Maze Runner’, starring Dylan O’Brien,  Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Will Poulter, took control of the international weekend box office, grossing a strong $38m over the three days.  It boasted an exceptional 47 No.1’s after expanding into 51 markets and now stands at an early $50.7m internationally.  The film will open in another 14 territories next weekend.cost of tadapox
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‘Lucy’ continues to impress

September 16th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Luc Besson’s latest feature, ‘Lucy’, starring Scarlet Johansson, grossed a further $24.9m at the weekend’s international box office, where it continues to perform steadily.  The sci-fi thriller remains active in a high 59 international territories – all but four through Universal – and claimed Russia’s top spot with an opening $9.6m from 1,014 locations.  Its overall international running total stands at $230.6m.buy zithromax with mastercard
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Luc Besson’s scifi thriller wins int’l box office

August 25th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Luc Besson’s latest feature, ‘Lucy’, starring Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman, grossed $34m from 43 markets in top position at the international weekend box office during a quiet session.  The sci-fi thriller boasted twelve  No.1’s, with Germany being the only holdover, and they included an outstanding $6.3m in Taiwan from just 69 locations.  The film now stands at $103m internationally, and after factoring in North America, $216m worldwide.sildalis cheap
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‘Apes’ reboot sequel wins internationally

July 28th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Fox’s ‘Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes’ expanded from 50 to 61 markets at the international box office and claimed the No. 1 position after grossing a strong $54.8m from 12,247 screens.  Mexico and Brazil were the reboot sequel’s strongest markets where it debuted with an impressive $12.9m and $9.2m respectively.  ‘Apes’ now stands on $186.7m internationally and, after factoring in North America, $358.7 worldwide.

 

After four weeks at No.1, ‘Transformers 4’ still grossed a solid $36.9m in second place.  Its international running total now stands on $730m.

 

‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ arrives next weekend.
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‘Transformers 4’ secures fourth international No. 1

July 21st, 2014 - Graham Eley

Paramount’s ‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’ expanded from 51 to 58 markets, including Germany and Brazil, after the World Cup finished and retained the No. 1 spot at the international box office with a mighty $81.2m during its fourth weekend in play.  The sci-fi adventure now stands on a huge $659.1m internationally.

 

Fox’s ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes’ offered strong competition in second place.  The reboot sequel grossed $61m from 50 markets to take the film’s early international running total above $100m with the UK being its most successful weekend market after a high $14.6m.propecia generic costco
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Another bumper weekend for ‘Transformers 4’

July 15th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Paramount’s ‘Transformers 4’ landed in 12 new markets during its third weekend at the international box office and grossed a bumper $100.3m over the three days.  UK was the action adventure’s most successful new territory where it claimed the highest opening of the year so far with an exceptional $20.1m from 1,323 theatres.  China continued to be its most successful market overall and the terrirory has now contributed a staggering $261.7m towards the film’s international running total of $540.6m.generic propecia available in us
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‘Transformers 4’ dominates internationally for the second weekend

July 8th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’ continued to dominate the international box office after grossing a further $96.6m from a modest 37 markets during its second weekend in play.  The strong performance propelled Michael Bay’s latest tentpole past the $400m milestone internationally and, after factoring in North America, took its running total to $575.6m worldwide.  China was again the film’s strongest international territory with a terrific $52m but the film delivered a No.1 spot in all its markets.  With some major territories still to come after the World Cup – including the UK – the film still has considerable mileage.cialis 36 hour costcialis online brand cialis online fast shippingcialis price boots chemist cialis generic equivalent cost of 36 hour cialis cheap genuine cialis uk

‘Transformers 4’ exceeds $200m internationally

June 30th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Michael Bay’s sci-fi blockbuster, ‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’, enjoyed a monster weekend internationally, grossing a whopping $201.3m for a new 2014 opening high.  China was the film’s most successful market with a jaw dropping $90m followed by Russia and South Korea with $21.7m and $21.5m contributions respectively.  Although it opened in a modest 37 markets, Paramount had targeted franchise strongholds.propecia online singapore
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‘Maleficent’ regains No. 1 spot

June 24th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Disney’s ‘Maleficent’ returns to the No.1 spot at the international weekend box office for the first time since opening at the beginning of the month, after a close contest with DreamWorks’ ‘How To Train Your Dragon 2’.

 

Boosted by a powerful $20.3m China debut, ‘Maleficent’ grossed $44.7m for a new $335.6m international running total.

 

‘Dragon 2’ was only $1.2m behind as it took its early international tally to $77.2m with Australia being the animation adventure’s highest weekend earner on $8.3m.buy generic cialis online usa cost for cialis from walmart how to buy cialis online usa buy cialis with priligy online can you buy cialis online legallycost cialis costco buy cialis kuala lumpur

Huge China opening boosts ‘Godzilla’

June 16th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Warner Bros’ ‘Godzilla’ returned to the No. 1 spot at the international weekend box office for the first time since its huge opening during May’s third weekend.  As is often the way, a slightly later China debut gave it a massive boost, contributing a whacking $36m towards the film’s overall $38m tally.  This represents the studio’s highest ever three-day opening in the territory.

 

Last weekend’s No. 1, ‘Edge of Tomorrow’, was a mere $0.6m behind.  China held well notwithstanding the pressure from ‘Godzilla’ and it was the film’s strongest market for the second weekend running with a $9.3m return.  Doug Liman’s sci-fi adventure now stands at $181m internationally.generic prednisolone eye drops
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‘Edge Of Tomorrow’ performs stronger internationally

June 10th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Doug Liman’s sci-fi adventure, ‘Edge Of Tomorrow’, starring Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt, moved up a gear internationally, grossing a strong $81m from a second week expansion into 63 markets.  It went some way to compensating for the $178m production’s disappointing debut in North America where the film failed to connect notwithstanding strong reviews.  China led the way overseas with a powerful $25.1m from 6,813 screens for Cruise’s highest ever opening in the territory.propecia price in thailand
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‘Maleficent’ pips ‘X-Men at the post

June 2nd, 2014 - Graham Eley

Disney’s ‘Maleficent’ arrived in 47 international territories and grossed a powerful $100.6m to beat ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ after a close battle.

 

Mexico lead the way for the Black Beauty update with an impressive $13.4m followed by Russia and the UK on $11.5m and $11m respectively.  After factoring in North America , it already stands on $171.2m worldwide.

 

The last ‘X-Men’ instalment enjoyed a second weekend hold of $95.6m from a high 74 territories, taking its international tally to an early $338.1m.buy cialis montreal cialis online brand name cialis online cheap from canadageneric cialis manufacturers usabuy cialis withoutcialis liquid online cheap cialis in australia

‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ off to a flyer internationally

May 27th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Bryan Singer’s ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’ enjoyed a sensational opening to its international run, grossing an all-powerful $171.1m for Fox International’s best ever and topping the studio’s $165m Avatar debut along the way.

 

The Marvel mutant adventure arrived in over 100 international markets and swept the board with No. 1’s.  China lead the way with a stunning $37.7m followed by the UK’s franchise high $14.2m.

 

After factoring in North America’s three-day session, the film’s global tally of $262.5m set a new weekend high for the year so far.prednisone 5mg cost
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Godzilla sets a year high

May 19th, 2014 - Graham Eley
The international territories followed North America in delivering Warner Bros and Legendary Pictures a bumper weekend upon Godzilla’s high profile debut.  It arrived on 16,946 screens in 64 markets and grossed an outstanding $103m for the highest international opening of the year.  The UK lead the way with a stunning $10.4m including previews.buy liquid cialis cialis online next day delivery buy cialis in singapore online cialis store buy cialis in usa best place to purchase cialis online cialis daily cost walmart

‘Spidey 2’ retains international crown

May 12th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Sony’s ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ continued to perform stronger overseas than in North America and claimed the No.1 spot for the third consecutive weekend after grossing a further $69.5m from a high 91 territories.  China was the superhero’s strongest market with a powerful $25.1m, taking its territory tally to $54m after eight days in play.  The film stands on $403m internationally, and after factoring in North America, $550.9m worldwide.escitalopram price without insurance
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‘Spidey 2’ sustains strong international run

May 5th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ continued its domination of the international box office after grossing a commanding $116.8m over the three days.  France lead the way with an impressive $11m debut from 837 screens, which outperformed the original by 32%.  The superhero sequel now stands on $277.5m internationally after three weekends in play, and after factoring in its North America debut, $369.1m worldwide.buy prednisone 20mg
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‘Spidey 2’ takes control internationally

April 27th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ expanded from 14 to 39 markets and dominated the international box office with a powerful $67.2m weekend.  South Korea led the way with an impressive $13.4m debut, which broadly followed the original’s launch in the territory.  The film currently stands on an early $132m ahead of opening in approximately 25 more markets next week.generic lexapro vs lexapro
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Too close to call

April 21st, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘Rio 2’ and ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ were neck and neck when the international weekend box office came to a close and there is still time for a twist.

 

Fox has already confirmed that ‘Rio 2’ finished the session on $47.1m from 65 international markets, which takes the animation sequel passed the $200m milestone.

 

Estimates suggested that ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’ was just $0.1m behind but Sony has not yet announced the actuals.  Either way, it was an astonishing performance with the film opening in just 14 international markets, including an exceptional $15m from the UK.buy cialis online safely generic cialis manufacturers cialis cost per pill order cialis europe cialis online italia generic cialis 20mg best buy mexico cialis discount card

‘Rio 2’ wins close race at the international box office

April 14th, 2014 - Graham Eley

‘Rio 2’ had more staying power internationally than in North America when it grossed a strong $62.3m from 62 markets to claim the top spot after a close contest with ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’.  This reverses the two top positions at the domestic box office as ‘Rio 2’ claimed an impressive 35 No.1 launches.  But it was China, where the animation comedy landed in second place, that lead the way with an impressive $12.1m return.

 

Marvel/Disney’s ‘The Winter Soldier’ was only $2m behind from 54 markets.  The superhero sequel now stands on early $317.7m internationally and, after factoring in North America, $476.7m worldwide.online lexapro
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‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ conquers China

April 7th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Disney/Marvel boasted the sixth highest ever launch in China when their latest superhero adventure, ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’, arrived in the territory with a stunning $39.2m weekend.  This powered the tentpole sequel to $107.1m for the international session, taking its revised tally to a dominant $207.1m after two weekend’s in play.  After factoring in North America, it already stands at an impressive $303.3m worldwide.lexapro generic pictures
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‘Captain America 2’ takes control internationally

March 31st, 2014 - Graham Eley

Disney’s ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’, starring Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson and Scarlett Johansson, dominated the international weekend box office with a powerful $75m from a modest 32 markets.  South Korea lead the way with a $10.9m opening, just $0.2m ahead of the UK.  The superhero adventure still has the lucrative Chinese and Russian markets to come.lexapro vs generic escitalopram
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‘Need For Speed’ holds in No.1 position

March 24th, 2014 - Graham Eley

DreamWorks’ ‘Need For Speed’ retained the top spot during an uneventful weekend at the international box office.  Propelled by a strong $10.5m second weekend hold in China, the video game adaptation grossed a further $29.2m from 55 markets, taking its international tally to a reasonable $96.1m.  After factoring in North America, it has now taken $126.5m worldwide.lexapro generic form
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‘Need For Speed’ wins tight race

March 17th, 2014 - Graham Eley

A close race at the international weekend box office ended with DreamWorks’ new release, ‘Need For Speed’ claiming the top spot.  Boosted by a $21m opening No.1 in China, the video game adaptation grossed an impressive $45.6m from 41 markets, going some way to mitigate against its hugely disappointing North American box office debut.

 

Last weekend’s No. 1, ‘300: Rise of an Empire’ came second, as it did in North America, after earning a further $41.3m from 63 markets.  The action sequel now stands on an early $158m internationally and, after factoring in North America, $236m worldwide.buy cialis 10mg cialis price in bangladesh buy generic cialis online uk buy cialis australia paypal buy cialis online reviewsgeneric cialis sublingual buy discount cialis

‘300’ sequel takes control

March 10th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Warner Bros’ sequel, ‘300: Rise Of An Empire’, starring Sullivan Stapleton and Eva Green, dominated the international box office with an outstanding $88.8m weekend, being 10% more than the original’s launch.  It was active in 58 markets and, as is often the way, Russia proved the most successful market with 8.8m.  After factoring in North America, the epic adventure grossed $133.9m worldwide over the three days.buy cialis over the counter order cialis from usacialis online australia paypal cheap cialis usageneric cialis 100mg best place to order cialis online buy cialis pills

Chinese boost for ‘RoboCop’

March 3rd, 2014 - Graham Eley

José Padilha’s ‘RoboCop’ claimed the No.1 spot at the international weekend box office on the back of a strong Chinese debut.  The territory generated just over two thirds of the film’s $30m international weekend tally from 6,265 screens.  The Eighties’s remake, which stars Joel Kinnaman, Gary Oldman and Michael Keaton, has now grossed $136m internationally overall.cheap levitra from canada
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‘Frozen’ bounces back

February 10th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Disney’s resilient ‘Frozen’ returned to the No.1 spot at the international weekend box office for the first time since January 13.  The animation comedy grossed a further $24m from 47 territories over the three days, taking its international tally to an outstanding $545.1m, the fifth highest of all time for an animation feature.

 

Last weekend’s No.1, ‘The Monkey King’, earned a solid $21.5m in second place.  Pou-Soi Cheang’s Chinese epic, which has been in play for just two weekends, increased its international running total to $118m.

 

Robocop was slightly behind on $20.2m for an early $28.7m international total.  The UK led the way with $3.7m from 418 screens.cheap levitra 10mg
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China dominates internationally

February 4th, 2014 - Graham Eley

It was a strong weekend for China with two films from the territory easily leading the international box office.

 

New release, ‘The Monkey King’, lead the way after grossing a strong $46m over the session.  It is the latest film from the experienced Pou-Soi Cheang, who competed for Venice’s Golden Lion with ‘Accident’ five years ago.

 

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‘Wolf’ going strong internationally

January 28th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ continued to perform strongly overseas where the film comfortably retained its No. 1 position at the international weekend box office.  The stock scam satire was active in a modest 27 international markets and grossed a strong $36m over the three days.  This increases the international tally to an early $85m, and after factoring in North America, takes its global total to $183m overall.cialis online best place buygeneric cialis tadalafil best buys buy cialis brand canada cialis for sale cheap order cialis india buy cialis in australia cialis online 40 mg

‘Wolf of Wall Street’ enjoys strong European openings

January 20th, 2014 - Graham Eley

Martin Scorsese’s ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ is performing stronger overseas than domestically and grossed $27m on its way to winning the international weekend box office.  The controversial black comedy debuted No. 1 in five European markets with the UK being its most successful on $7.6m.  It currently stands on $58m internationally, and after factoring in North America, $150 million worldwide.price of levitra at cvs
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