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Season 1


Mother Tongue: Samoan

Learn Samoan in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!    Talofa! This means hello in the Samoan language. In this episode, Sirine is joined by Milo who grew up in Samoa. He shares special parts of his culture like playing the pate and singing a beautiful song in his mother tongue.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)    Here are the Samoan words you'll learn in this episode: Talofa - Hello Pate - A traditional Samoan instrument Lava Lava - A traditional Samoan skirt Laumei Faiaga - Gentle Turtle (name of a popular Samoan song) Talo - A popular Samoan vegetable, like a potato Manaia- Delicious Tofa - Goodbye SONG:     Laumei faiaga, faasusu si au tama Aumai le moega'afa- fa'i mai, fa'i mai Se lauti o laulelei, e lavalava le laumei Fonuea, Fonuea, laulau mai se manamea Po 'e sai i luga nei O sa Letuli i luga nei A ua'ina, a la'ina A solo e mata'ina Lou galu tu'u la le i'a Lalelei, lalelei, lalelei! English translation: Gentle turtle, milk your baby Bring the bed, pluck, pluck Tea leaves, to dress the turtle, Fonuea, Fonuea, show us your sweetheart Who's calling? It's Letuli's people. In rain or sunshine Let us see you Gaze at the fish Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Samoan

Learn Samoan in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!    Talofa! This means hello in the Samoan language. In this episode, Sirine is joined by Milo who grew up in Samoa. He shares special parts of his culture like playing the pate and singing a beautiful song in his mother tongue.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)    Here are the Samoan words you'll learn in this episode: Talofa - Hello Pate - A traditional Samoan instrument Lava Lava - A traditional Samoan skirt Laumei Faiaga - Gentle Turtle (name of a popular Samoan song) Talo - A popular Samoan vegetable, like a potato Manaia- Delicious Tofa - Goodbye SONG:     Laumei faiaga, faasusu si au tama Aumai le moega'afa- fa'i mai, fa'i mai Se lauti o laulelei, e lavalava le laumei Fonuea, Fonuea, laulau mai se manamea Po 'e sai i luga nei O sa Letuli i luga nei A ua'ina, a la'ina A solo e mata'ina Lou galu tu'u la le i'a Lalelei, lalelei, lalelei! English translation: Gentle turtle, milk your baby Bring the bed, pluck, pluck Tea leaves, to dress the turtle, Fonuea, Fonuea, show us your sweetheart Who's calling? It's Letuli's people. In rain or sunshine Let us see you Gaze at the fish Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:42

EP10 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Italian

Learn Italian in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! Ciao means hello in Italian. Sirine’s guest is Mary who talks about language and culture including her favourite gelato flavour and a fun Italian card game.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Italian words you'll learn in this episode: Ciao - Hello Pianoforte - Piano Scopa - Broom or Sweep (the name of an Italian card game, like Snap) Mortatella Panini - A tasty Italian snack Buono - Yummy Arivederci - Goodbye SONG:  Battiamo le manine che adesso arriva papa' gli porta I chocolatini E Mary gli magera'  Battiamo le manine che adesso arriva papa' gli porta I chocolatini E Mary gli magera' English translation: Clap your hands Daddy's coming home soon He's bringing cholocate (Say baby’s name) is going to eat it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Italian

Learn Italian in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! Ciao means hello in Italian. Sirine’s guest is Mary who talks about language and culture including her favourite gelato flavour and a fun Italian card game.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Italian words you'll learn in this episode: Ciao - Hello Pianoforte - Piano Scopa - Broom or Sweep (the name of an Italian card game, like Snap) Mortatella Panini - A tasty Italian snack Buono - Yummy Arivederci - Goodbye SONG:  Battiamo le manine che adesso arriva papa' gli porta I chocolatini E Mary gli magera'  Battiamo le manine che adesso arriva papa' gli porta I chocolatini E Mary gli magera' English translation: Clap your hands Daddy's coming home soon He's bringing cholocate (Say baby’s name) is going to eat it. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

07:46

EP09 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Vietnamese

Learn Vietnamese in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!   Xin Chao means hello in Vietnamese. Sirine is joined by Nally whose parents are from Vietnam. The Vietnamese language has some special tones that give words different meanings and Nally shares other special parts of her culture including her favourite Vietnamese snack.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Vietnamese words you'll learn in this episode: Xin Chao- Hello Sao - A Vietnamese bamboo flute Ao Dai - A traditional Vietnamese gown Kìa Con Buom Vang - There Is Yellow Butterfly (the name of a popular Vietnamese song) Nem Nuong - A Vietnamese snack (a type of grilled sausage on a stick) Ngon Moo - Yummy Chao - Bye SONG:    Kìa con bướm vàng Kìa con bướm vàng Xòe đôi cánh Xòe đôi cánh Tung cánh bay năm ba vòng Tung cánh bay năm ba vòng. Em ngồi xem Em ngồi xem. English translation: There, yellow butterfly, There, yellow butterfly Spreads its wings Spreads its wings, Takes its flight Takes its flight, We sit and watch We sit and watch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Vietnamese

Learn Vietnamese in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!   Xin Chao means hello in Vietnamese. Sirine is joined by Nally whose parents are from Vietnam. The Vietnamese language has some special tones that give words different meanings and Nally shares other special parts of her culture including her favourite Vietnamese snack.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Vietnamese words you'll learn in this episode: Xin Chao- Hello Sao - A Vietnamese bamboo flute Ao Dai - A traditional Vietnamese gown Kìa Con Buom Vang - There Is Yellow Butterfly (the name of a popular Vietnamese song) Nem Nuong - A Vietnamese snack (a type of grilled sausage on a stick) Ngon Moo - Yummy Chao - Bye SONG:    Kìa con bướm vàng Kìa con bướm vàng Xòe đôi cánh Xòe đôi cánh Tung cánh bay năm ba vòng Tung cánh bay năm ba vòng. Em ngồi xem Em ngồi xem. English translation: There, yellow butterfly, There, yellow butterfly Spreads its wings Spreads its wings, Takes its flight Takes its flight, We sit and watch We sit and watch. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:29

EP08 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Greek

Learn Greek in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! Yiasou means hello in Greek. In this episode, Sirine is joined by Anthea who shares her language and culture, telling us what the Greek flag means and sharing a story about her grandparents.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Greek words you'll learn in this episode: Yiasou - Hello Bouzouki - A traditional Greek instrument like a guitar YiaYia and Pappous - Grandma and Grandpa Kipouriki - Gardening Palamakia Peksete - Clap your hands Koularakia - A traditional Greek biscuit eaten at Easter time Anthio - Bye SONG:  Sing along in Greek: Palamakia peksete Ke o babas too erhete Ke too ferni katiti Kooloorakia sto kharti  Palamakia peksete Ke i manoola erhete Na to parei agalia To mikrooli tis pedhia  Palamakia, palamakia Pezoon ola ta pedhakia Palamakia ke khoro dakh dirdi ke dakh dirdo English translation: Clap your hands His dad is coming To bring him something, Cookies in a paper. Clap your hands Mommy is coming To take her little one On her lap, children. Clap, clap All the children clap Clapping and dancing Dah dirdi and  Dah dirdo*. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Greek

Learn Greek in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! Yiasou means hello in Greek. In this episode, Sirine is joined by Anthea who shares her language and culture, telling us what the Greek flag means and sharing a story about her grandparents.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Greek words you'll learn in this episode: Yiasou - Hello Bouzouki - A traditional Greek instrument like a guitar YiaYia and Pappous - Grandma and Grandpa Kipouriki - Gardening Palamakia Peksete - Clap your hands Koularakia - A traditional Greek biscuit eaten at Easter time Anthio - Bye SONG:  Sing along in Greek: Palamakia peksete Ke o babas too erhete Ke too ferni katiti Kooloorakia sto kharti  Palamakia peksete Ke i manoola erhete Na to parei agalia To mikrooli tis pedhia  Palamakia, palamakia Pezoon ola ta pedhakia Palamakia ke khoro dakh dirdi ke dakh dirdo English translation: Clap your hands His dad is coming To bring him something, Cookies in a paper. Clap your hands Mommy is coming To take her little one On her lap, children. Clap, clap All the children clap Clapping and dancing Dah dirdi and  Dah dirdo*. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

06:56

EP07 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Koori

Learn Koori in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Bujari gamarruwa means g’day in Koori! That’s one of the many, many Aboriginal languages spoken in Australia. In this episode, Nathan joins Sirine to share the Koori culture, including the sound of the bullroara and the meaning of the Aboriginal flag.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Koori words you'll learn in this episode: Bijari Gamaroowa - G’Day Bullroara - A traditional Aboriginal instrument Barralala - A traditional song from the Eora Nation which means Song of Sydney Pipis - A yummy seafood snack Nayi Ngyini Minga - See You all (how to say goodbye in Eora) Yaki in Goori - See you when I’m looking at you SONG:   Parabulā Paramā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Parabulā Paramā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Parabulā Paramā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Parabulā Paramā Beriang galangdā Toindinmā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Did you know: Barralala is known as the Song of Sydney – the Eora nation. This was the first Aboriginal song ever to be heard outside Australia, and it introduced Sydney to the world! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Koori

Learn Koori in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Bujari gamarruwa means g’day in Koori! That’s one of the many, many Aboriginal languages spoken in Australia. In this episode, Nathan joins Sirine to share the Koori culture, including the sound of the bullroara and the meaning of the Aboriginal flag.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Koori words you'll learn in this episode: Bijari Gamaroowa - G’Day Bullroara - A traditional Aboriginal instrument Barralala - A traditional song from the Eora Nation which means Song of Sydney Pipis - A yummy seafood snack Nayi Ngyini Minga - See You all (how to say goodbye in Eora) Yaki in Goori - See you when I’m looking at you SONG:   Parabulā Paramā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Parabulā Paramā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Parabulā Paramā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Parabulā Paramā Beriang galangdā Toindinmā Manginiwā Yenbōngi Did you know: Barralala is known as the Song of Sydney – the Eora nation. This was the first Aboriginal song ever to be heard outside Australia, and it introduced Sydney to the world! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:51

EP06 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Tagalog

Learn Tagalog in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Kamusta! That means hello in Tagalog, the main language spoken in the Phillipines. In this episode, Sirine’s guest is Jasmina whose parents are from the Philippines and she shares special parts of her culture including a lovely song.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)  Here are the Tagalog words you'll learn in this episode: Kamusta - Hello Agung - A traditional Philippine drum Bahay Kubo - Cubed house Suman - A yummy snack from the Philippines. Masarap - Yummy! Paalam- Goodbye SONG:   Bahay kubo, kahit munti Ang halaman doon, ay sari sari Sinkamas at talong, sigarilyas at mani Sitaw, bataw, patani.  Kundol, patola, upo't kalabasa At saka mayroon pang labanos, mustasa, Sibuyas, kamatis, bawang at luya Sa paligid-ligid ay puno ng linga. English translation: Nipa hut, even though it's small, The plants that grow around it are varied: Turnip & eggplant, winged bean & peanut, String bean, hyacinth bean, lima bean.  Wax gourd, sponge gourd, white squash & pumpkin, And there's also radish, mustard, Onion, tomato, garlic & ginger And all around are sesame seeds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Tagalog

Learn Tagalog in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Kamusta! That means hello in Tagalog, the main language spoken in the Phillipines. In this episode, Sirine’s guest is Jasmina whose parents are from the Philippines and she shares special parts of her culture including a lovely song.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)  Here are the Tagalog words you'll learn in this episode: Kamusta - Hello Agung - A traditional Philippine drum Bahay Kubo - Cubed house Suman - A yummy snack from the Philippines. Masarap - Yummy! Paalam- Goodbye SONG:   Bahay kubo, kahit munti Ang halaman doon, ay sari sari Sinkamas at talong, sigarilyas at mani Sitaw, bataw, patani.  Kundol, patola, upo't kalabasa At saka mayroon pang labanos, mustasa, Sibuyas, kamatis, bawang at luya Sa paligid-ligid ay puno ng linga. English translation: Nipa hut, even though it's small, The plants that grow around it are varied: Turnip & eggplant, winged bean & peanut, String bean, hyacinth bean, lima bean.  Wax gourd, sponge gourd, white squash & pumpkin, And there's also radish, mustard, Onion, tomato, garlic & ginger And all around are sesame seeds. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

08:07

EP05 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Hindi

Learn Hindi in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Namaste means hello in Hindi. Join Sirine as she chats to her friend Sidd whose family comes from India. He tells her all about his language and culture, including the magical-sounding sitar and a colourful festival called Holi.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)  Here are the Hindi words you'll learn in this episode: Namaste - Hello Sitar - A traditional Indian instrument, like a guitar Holi - Indian festival of colour Akkad Bakkad Bambe Bo - A popular counting song in Hindi Samosa - A yummy Indian snack Va - Wow (and you say it when you eat something yummy) Alvida- Goodbye SONG:   Akar bakar bambay bo Asi nabay pooray sao Sao mein lagga dhaga Chor nikal ke bhaga.  Akar bakar bambay bo Asi nabay pooray sao Sao mein lagga dhaga Chor nikal ke bhaga. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Hindi

Learn Hindi in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Namaste means hello in Hindi. Join Sirine as she chats to her friend Sidd whose family comes from India. He tells her all about his language and culture, including the magical-sounding sitar and a colourful festival called Holi.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)  Here are the Hindi words you'll learn in this episode: Namaste - Hello Sitar - A traditional Indian instrument, like a guitar Holi - Indian festival of colour Akkad Bakkad Bambe Bo - A popular counting song in Hindi Samosa - A yummy Indian snack Va - Wow (and you say it when you eat something yummy) Alvida- Goodbye SONG:   Akar bakar bambay bo Asi nabay pooray sao Sao mein lagga dhaga Chor nikal ke bhaga.  Akar bakar bambay bo Asi nabay pooray sao Sao mein lagga dhaga Chor nikal ke bhaga. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

07:41

EP04 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Cantonese

Learn Cantonese in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Nei hou means hello in Cantonese. In this episode Sirine is joined by Angel who grew up in Hong Kong. She shares a fun song and talks about a very yummy snack! Ho mei!  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Cantonese words you'll learn in this episode: Lei Ho 你好 - Hello Yi Wu二胡 - A string instrument also known as a Chinese Violin Gung Fu功夫 - Kung Fu (a form of Martial Arts) Gao Zi 餃子 - Chinese dumplings of various types Ho Mei 好味 - Very good (and you say it when you eat something yummy) Joi Gin 再見 - See you again (Bye) SONG:   Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Dee-Lokshui Dee-Lokshui Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Bai shui ching ho  Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Dee-Lokshui  Dee-Lokshui Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Bai shui ching ho Translation: Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui means A Bird Falling Into Water. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Cantonese

Learn Cantonese in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Nei hou means hello in Cantonese. In this episode Sirine is joined by Angel who grew up in Hong Kong. She shares a fun song and talks about a very yummy snack! Ho mei!  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Cantonese words you'll learn in this episode: Lei Ho 你好 - Hello Yi Wu二胡 - A string instrument also known as a Chinese Violin Gung Fu功夫 - Kung Fu (a form of Martial Arts) Gao Zi 餃子 - Chinese dumplings of various types Ho Mei 好味 - Very good (and you say it when you eat something yummy) Joi Gin 再見 - See you again (Bye) SONG:   Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Dee-Lokshui Dee-Lokshui Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Bai shui ching ho  Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Dee-Lokshui  Dee-Lokshui Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui Bai shui ching ho Translation: Yao-Zak-Che-Chay-Dee-Lokshui means A Bird Falling Into Water. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

07:10

EP03 - S1

2 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Spanish

Learn Spanish in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Hola! That means hello in Spanish. In this episode, Sirine is joined by Lorena whose parents come from Argentina. She grew up speaking both the Spanish and English languages. Find out more about her culture including what her favourite Argentinian snack is. This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)  Here are the Spanish words you'll learn in this episode: Hola - Hello Bandoneon - an Argentinian instrument, like an accordion. Sol Deh Mayo - The Sun of May (which you see on the Argentinian flag) Medialuna - An Argentinian snack, kind of like a croissant. Que Rico - Yummy Ciao - Bye SONG:   Arroz con leche, Me quiero casar con una señorita de San Nicolás, que sepa bordar, que sepa tejer, que sepa abrir la puerta par ir a jugar.  Con ésta sí con ésta no, con esta señorita me caso yo.  Yo soy la vuidita, Del barrio del Rey Me Quiero casar Y no se con quien  Con este si Con este no Con este senorito me caso yo. English translation: Rice Pudding, I want to marry, A lady from San Nicholas, Who knows how to embroider Who knows how to knit Who knows how to open the door to go play  With this girl yes, With this girl no, With this little girl I'll be wed.  I am a little widow From the Kings land, I want to marry But I don’t know with whom  With this boy yes, With this boy no, With this little boy I'll be wed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Spanish

Learn Spanish in our kids podcast Mother Tongue!  Hola! That means hello in Spanish. In this episode, Sirine is joined by Lorena whose parents come from Argentina. She grew up speaking both the Spanish and English languages. Find out more about her culture including what her favourite Argentinian snack is. This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :)  Here are the Spanish words you'll learn in this episode: Hola - Hello Bandoneon - an Argentinian instrument, like an accordion. Sol Deh Mayo - The Sun of May (which you see on the Argentinian flag) Medialuna - An Argentinian snack, kind of like a croissant. Que Rico - Yummy Ciao - Bye SONG:   Arroz con leche, Me quiero casar con una señorita de San Nicolás, que sepa bordar, que sepa tejer, que sepa abrir la puerta par ir a jugar.  Con ésta sí con ésta no, con esta señorita me caso yo.  Yo soy la vuidita, Del barrio del Rey Me Quiero casar Y no se con quien  Con este si Con este no Con este senorito me caso yo. English translation: Rice Pudding, I want to marry, A lady from San Nicholas, Who knows how to embroider Who knows how to knit Who knows how to open the door to go play  With this girl yes, With this girl no, With this little girl I'll be wed.  I am a little widow From the Kings land, I want to marry But I don’t know with whom  With this boy yes, With this boy no, With this little boy I'll be wed. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

07:20

EP02 - S1

1 Aug 19

Mother Tongue: Arabic

Learn Arabic in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! Marhaba! That means hello in Arabic. In this episode, join our host Sirine - who was born in Lebanon - as she shares some words, songs and traditions from her language and culture.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Arabic words you'll learn in this episode: Marhaba - Hello Darbuka - Lebanese Drum Arzeh - Cedar Tree Sissan - Baby chickens Manoosh - a Lebanese food, usually eaten at breakfast Maa Salemeh - Bye SONG:  Ha Sissan, Shu helween Aambi dooroh hawla emmon mabsooteen Shirboh may Alu khay Rafa’u rahson hamadu rabbon, mabsooteen Translation: These chicks... How beautiful they are They are walking around their mother happily They drank water and said Wow Yum Yum They raised their heads and thanked their mother happily. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mother Tongue: Arabic

Learn Arabic in our kids podcast Mother Tongue! Marhaba! That means hello in Arabic. In this episode, join our host Sirine - who was born in Lebanon - as she shares some words, songs and traditions from her language and culture.  This is a Kinderling Kids Radio podcast. If you love what you hear then please subscribe, rate and leave a lovely review! It really helps :) Here are the Arabic words you'll learn in this episode: Marhaba - Hello Darbuka - Lebanese Drum Arzeh - Cedar Tree Sissan - Baby chickens Manoosh - a Lebanese food, usually eaten at breakfast Maa Salemeh - Bye SONG:  Ha Sissan, Shu helween Aambi dooroh hawla emmon mabsooteen Shirboh may Alu khay Rafa’u rahson hamadu rabbon, mabsooteen Translation: These chicks... How beautiful they are They are walking around their mother happily They drank water and said Wow Yum Yum They raised their heads and thanked their mother happily. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

06:31

EP01 - S1

2 Aug 19

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