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Twic East’s White Cock FC 4 – 1 John Garang Institute

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By Philip Thon Aleu

December 2, 2009 (BOR) – Yak Deng and Deng Majok of White Cock football club scored twice each to defeat John Garang Institute players on Tuesday. The match that coincided with commemoration of World Aids Day was meant to show solidarity with and courage to the people living HIV/Aids virus, organizers say.

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Defeated John Garang Institute players (in red T-shirts) pose for a group with White Cock players (in white T-shirts) on Tuesday Dec. 1, 2009 in Bor town (By Philip Thon Aleu — ST)

White Cock Football Club is a sport team for Twic East County youth association.

In a match they dominated, White Cock’s strikers scored two goals in the first. John Garang Institute’s midfielder Majok Ayuen scored the only controversial second half goal before the duo opponents doubled their tallies.

On this rough multipurpose Bor Town Freedom Square, where the football activities are also carried out, a player cannot display possible all skills. And for John Garang Institute players who do not have field of their own, it is even worse. The White Cock players – who are well vested with the holes all over the ground, exploit visitors’ inability to cope with unleveled ground.

Striker Yak Deng scored the 30th minute penalty before his colleague Deng Majok challenged John Garang Institute players with his fast moving strike five minutes before half time.

The disappointed players of home institution of higher learning return with promising momentum in second half. A short by the students’ midfielder Majok Ayuen was nearly saved by White Cock goalkeeper but referee John Ayor ruled in favor of John Garang team on ground that the keeper’s feet crossed the line into the net.

White Cock strikers scored another two goals just few minutes before the end of the match prompting protest from John Garang students who questioned referee competence. The students contested the penalty award that open victors’ hopes in the first half and the last two goals where John Garang defenders were well shielded from their goalpost by opponents.

However, audiences credit the referee for his accuracy by nullifying a long-strike White Cock goal that would have increased the tally beyond four scores. Micheal Dhiak, a local referee says Mr. John Ayor managed the match professionally and partially to disprove referee incompetence as claimed by defeat players.

John Garang institute strikers Lual Denis and Makwei Achol try to impress their fans but in vain. A winger substitute Kou Deng and midfielder John Kur Akuei make many crosses as possible but no way through.

The White Cock middle defender Garang Ador guard ball penetration jealously till the final whistle to jubilation of Twic East club players at 4-1 against John Garang Institute team.

And if John Garang players are hoping for success in future, spectators argued them to maintain particular players in a given position in the field and avoid massive chasing of ball. “Tell your players to make more practice” is what foot fans are telling them.

Kuir Ajak, the chairman of Twic East youth association and Majok Kuany, the association head of sport department congratulate their plays after the match.

Meanwhile, David Malual Wuor, the dean of students at John Garang Institute commended the peaceful atmosphere surrounding the exercise. Hiding any disappointment following the defeat, Mr. Wuor told the Sudan Tribune that the aim of the match is to depict peace and unity in Jonglei state.

He also indicates that the young people organized the match to coincide with International World Aids Day celebrations as a solidarity and support for the people living positively with HIV/Aids when asked to commend.

(ST)

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  • 3 December 2009 02:35, by James John

    lol.....very funny I got nothing to say about that. How is this going to help people with?

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    • 3 December 2009 02:41, by Mathonbor

      James,

      You should have nothing to say because the game was for entertainment purposes only. It has nothing to do with politics.

      Mathonbor

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    • 3 December 2009 02:49, by john king mense

      That is good step football is the kind of socialisation where u can meet with people difference background. It is such ideas that you guys organised this a tourment this is the way moving forward to stop barbaric and sobage. I can says well done to those organised atournment and their palyers as well.Just keep it up this is the time we need to hard work to achieve our goals. This is what we want,we don,t want more death .

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      • 3 December 2009 03:05, by Wende Yongaptheeth

        After all football and other ball games and wrestlings are for the higher classes worldwide and that is why the Nuers and Equatorians are so poor at. They have nothing to do with foods and politics which they are good at. Defaming and maligning people is what Nuers and Equatorians are good at.

        Where is Gatwech, big logic girl and Thieling?

        This is sport, the entertainment for the high classes not Nyam-nyam, nyam-nyam food, hunting for rats, lizards or border evil doings.

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        • 3 December 2009 03:29, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

          James John is the IT manager at KSC industries and his ID is RB i know this fraud.

          Wende

          This gaunt Bor youths are nothing to do with my Greater Equatorians people, I urge them to continue their sports in order to destroy the HIV cell in their muscles. First of all the topic is very interesting that i could comment nicely but moron wende has impelled me to insert stranger words.

          Wende you are such a lank with old fashion attitude who can defeat my people in stealing, looting, riding, abduction and barbaric act not sports. After all my people are not interested to compet with you since your villages rate 95% HIV+VE. Quarantine is the only solution for you unnatural human beings. Please watch your mouth.

          Logic is back fresh and far from tribal criticism

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          • 3 December 2009 03:50, by Mathonbor

            Logic_Boy,

            Do you honestly think before you write your stupid comments?
            I been all over Equatoria region and I can tell you for the fact that Equatorians have the highest number of HIV positive in the whole Sudan.

            Residents of Yambio, Tumbura and the rest of Equatoria cities started dying of Aids in early 1990s before it was known in the rest of South Sudan.

            I know you will deny it but that is the fact, I know it and I know a lot more things that you will never know for the rest of your life.

            Mathonbor

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            • 3 December 2009 03:58, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

              Mathonbor

              The topic is about sports not HIV. For your advice and more fact Greater Equatoria State has an accurate rate of 0.8% this is for the three states of EES, CES and WES. This been conformed exactly by WHO August this year of 2009. However an increase is expected due to the free roaming of +VE dinkas, Congolese, Kenyan, Ethiopians and Ugandans in Greater Equatoria. My friend what we should talk about is helping the victims with necssary thing that could allow them to live, stop shouting at each other for nothing. Words does no harm or help.

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              • 3 December 2009 04:47, by Jonglei-watchdog

                Logic_boy

                How can one be a sex worker and an HIV negative. Your sex workers in greater equatorial that includes your mother and sister are sex sellers and therefore virus infected. Why do you want to deny this fact? Your sister just called me yesterday to give her 10 pound for a shot.

                If you think they are virus negative, scan your mum and sister testing papers and publish here. Son of beach, son of prostitute, valueless son of equatorial, who do you want to blindfold here with you little knowledge of the Hotel.

                Keep away. Idiot.

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                • 3 December 2009 05:23, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

                  The topic is not about my mother, sister or your mother and sister. It is about SPORTs IN SOUTH SUDAN. It is moron to have someone like you jumping up and down, this will not prove your little kakuma education or being wise it tells your stupidity as a poor street dog. I don’t like people who like dragging others on wrong side of the road.

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        • 3 December 2009 14:23, by Pengkimang Mr

          Wende,Try any team from Equatoria if Jonglei will really score a goal.

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    • 3 December 2009 04:35, by Lawrence

      Guys even in articles where we got to applaud the writer and the content, others stubbornly misinterpret them by posting nasty comments for their own interets. Up to where are we going on with such hatret and misjudgement of other communities. This article is one of many which deserve words such as bravo, appreciation, congratulation, engross, delighted, engrossed and many other positives. It is purely sports and nothing beyond it. Kindly google to find some hints on the meaning of netiquette, after that, think twice before you attempt to make any comment on the internet.

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    • 3 December 2009 05:06, by Mayom Biar

      PERSON WHO WHAT HE WRITES CANNOT HIDE HIS NAME.
      Imagine do our government particularly the ministry of Youth ,culture and sport doing his jobs this is diplomatic way that will let them work through daily reporting, this is the right time for our young children to do sport activities though they are not taught to know the important of sport and athletics , nevertheless no single step being taken by the minister. Thus it’s a pleasure when we hear sport news being done by some young boys/girls practices it for little defending for their country in sport. Although they are not directed, that is patriotism to know something good to your country let’s them do it till the right person will take that ministry

      Good Cheers

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    • 3 December 2009 06:39, by thieleling

      Dear Gatwech,

      First of all, the two Dr. Rieks’devotion to truth, even in the face of political and personal threats is a powerful display of their being from a central power ethnic group in the heart of south sudan. It is a public knowledge they both fear nothing in south sudan. And they are rightfuly so....The two Dr. Rieks picture here speaks great volume. It is obvious this particular picture speaks millions words. It is indeed, "ba ko bieh wec tong ci jang Riekni maat" all-over ’Wec Deang’(south sudan).

      Gatwech, I know you know the truth through direct observation of historical facts, but the two prestigious "Rieks" are engaged in free exchange of ideas expected of recently unearthed documents/Africa’s historical artifacts from British and the future of south sudan. This one is important as it could save south sudan from its looming choas caused by sorely lacking in good governance (Kiir’s leadership). I know you are well versed in thousands of released/unreleased documents sung by Ngundeng Bong.

      Welcome to the latest: the exposure of internal memos and other sensitive documents sung by Ngundeng, which I cannot publicly interpret here— No one is happy with this harsh-restrictions on the unreleased internal documents sung by Ngundeng, but it is good for south sudan internal peace I suppose, for now.... "Waale baa pal mat keel, ba ko bieh wec we tong ci jang Riekni maat." But I like to leave you with this, Gatwech.

      1-Now is the time for consensus in south sudan. There is a need to cultivate the same courageous, devotion to truth in the face of political considerations displayed by two "Rieks" in other south sudanese communities(Non-Dinkas). The powerful unity the two "Rieks" have shown is supposed to be a dispassionated search for the truth & peace in south sudan, not an exercise in political manipulation worthy of the Nuer’s honest & powerful ethical image in Africa.

      2-The Dinka leadership under Kiir commits economic suicide in south sudan by subjecting untold economic hardship for millions of south sudanese people through Dinka’s corruptions, nepotism, and ultra-tribalism. The Nuers expose a hard truth at a rotting core of ultra-tribalist Dinka-leadership. South sudanese ought to strip away the quasi-anarchy fervor surrounding the Dinka leadership & save south sudan unity, NOW!!

      3-Fair and honest governance is needed in south sudan, but so far, Kiir and his accomplices are involved in suppressing evidence that ran counter to their beliefs(corruptions, nepotism), and even engaging in violent fantasies against oppositions or skeptics.

      Therefore, Such shaky Dinka leadership is the basis for messy insecurity, rampant corruptions and decisions involving hundreds billions of dollars that affected and will affect the lives of millions of south sudanese people for years to come. It is difficult to misconstrue the context when the truth & credible evidence are before the very public eyes of south sudanese. I urge all other south sudanese peace-loving ethnic groups to encourage dissenting views unlike the Dinkas in south sudan. Gatwech, I believe in diplomacy - but sometimes actions speak louder than words-(I do believe in just war).

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      • 5 December 2009 00:24, by Gatnyatuach

        Dear thieleling and Gatwech,

        One thing you need to know, is that Dr Riek Machar is the vice president of GoSS. If the GoSS is failing, then the blame should be shared by both Dr Riek Machar and Mr president Kiir for the lack of any success in the past 4 years!

        What sense it makes to blame the failure of the GoSS on Mr Kiir and not on Dr Riek Machar? If you say it is because the GoSS is ontrolled by Dinka and Dr Riek Machar maybe bullied or ignored by those and thus his say makes no different in the GoSS, then why is Dr Riek Machar not resigning from his post as the vice president of the GoSS and explain himself to Southern Sudanese? Don’t you think that this earn him a lot of respect than being there without making any different? Dr Riek that we see on media seems to be very happy with the little he got!! sometimes he look as if he got that place by chance and considers himself to be very lucky which is completely rubbish he deserve better than that in my opinion but does he know that?

        Considering the fact he is very involved in Mr Kiir’s GoSS then, how are we going to avoid blaming Dr Riek for the failure of their government? will that not be a double standard if you Kiir and leaving Riek?

        In case you are siding with Dr Riek because he is from our tribe, then it is completely nonsense because he is not representing Naath people in that government, he is just serving as the son of Southern Sudan! So please try to be fair in your judgement! if Dr Riek is feeling as being sidelined, then let retire and explain himself to us and then no one will blame him for the failure of the GoSS!

        Thanks

        Gatnyatuach is from Naath and that is why he fair

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      • 5 December 2009 00:38, by Gatnyatuach

        Dear thieleling and Gatwech,

        One thing you need to know, is that Dr Riek Machar is the vice president of GoSS. If the GoSS is failing, then the blame should be shared by both Dr Riek Machar and Mr president Kiir for the lack of any success in the past 4 years!

        What sense it makes to blame the failure of the GoSS on Mr Kiir and not on Dr Riek Machar? If you say it is because the GoSS is controlled by Dinka and Dr Riek Machar maybe bullied or ignored by those and thus his say makes no different in the GoSS, then why is Dr Riek Machar not resigning from his post as the vice president of the GoSS and explain himself to Southern Sudanese? Don’t you think that could earn him a lot of respect from Southerners than just being there without making any different? Dr Riek Machar that we see on the media, seems to be very happy with the little he got!! sometimes, he looks as if he got that place by chance and considers himself to be very lucky man which is completely rubbish as he deserves better than that in my opinion, but does he know that?

        Considering the fact he is very involved in Mr Kiir’s GoSS then, how are we going to avoid blaming Dr Riek for the failure of their government? will that not be a double standard if you shift all the blame on Mr Kiir and leaving Riek untouched?

        In case you are siding with Dr Riek because he is from our tribe, then it is completely nonsense of you because he is not representing Naath people in that government, he is just serving as the son of Southern Sudan!

        So please try to be fair in your judgement! if Dr Riek is feeling as being sidelined, then let him retire and explain himself to us and then no one will blame him for the failure of the GoSS!

        Thanks

        Gatnyatuach is from Naath and that is why he fair

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    • 4 December 2009 23:39, by Gatnyatuach

      Please do us a favour! Stop playing with vulnerable people!!

      Those young men in this picture are suffering from malnutrition, please feed them first and train them properly as well before you throw them into football field to entertain your corrupt and incompetent officials! Stop torturing Southern Sudanese youths they are the seed of our country, they will takeover from you tomorrow when you are finished by HIV/AIDS that you are contracting from Kenyan, Ugandan and Eritrean, Congo and Ethiopian whores or prostitutes, Please have some mercy for our youth!

      What football do you expect from those skeletons? Do you want them to break themselves? Have you got where to treat them once they break each others? Have you got qualified personnel? How many of them? Do you pay those personnel on time if you do pay them at all? If any of the above is no, then whatever you do is amount to torturing.

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  • 3 December 2009 03:06, by Gatjang

    I thought the founders of White Cocks were the lost boys who to the USA. Good job by Twic East youth of keeping the teams.

    Lol. Thon Aleu had to think twice, sports would not help those (HIV victims) who are on the death row.

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    • 3 December 2009 03:38, by Mathonbor

      Gatjang,

      You can ask Ngandeng or any other devil you like to pray so that Dinka Bor will get infected by HIV but that will not solve your problems. I guarantee that Dinka Bor have the lowest number of HIV infected people in whole Sudan because we do not mess around with prostitutes like guys do.

      Tell your Nuer leaders to start testing your people so that you can see how many Nuer people are infected by HIV. You are just jeolous for the fact that Bor is the first city to publicly encourage its citizens to stay clean of HIV.

      Mathonbor

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      • 3 December 2009 04:00, by mohammed ali

        This is really very very good.Who told you people that these young are from one tribe. Is John Garang Institute an exclusive club for one tribe? They must be from different tribes.

        This realy insane, a football match turned into..dinka.., neur... equatorian....shuluk......dinka....neur... shulk....equatoria... neuer..This really disgusting.

        Guy’s enjoy your asylum in Australia and leave the Sudanese alone, southerners or northerners!

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        • 3 December 2009 04:31, by Mathonbor

          mohammed ali

          Yes these young people are from one tribe Dinka Bor. John Garang Institute is not exclusively for one tribe but the vast majority of students if not all are from Dinka Bor tribe because the institute is in their hometown of Bor.

          MathonBor

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      • 3 December 2009 04:26, by Gatjang

        My friend, am not Nuer and u might be new arrival on this web. I have not said anything about Dinka Bor if u can reread my comments.

        I did said something about Thon Aleu and his report was unreasonable on that. The game was played to attribute to the world aids day but not to relieved those who are infected. Be reasonable too. Don’t ever called me Nuer again, my comment has nothing to do with tribal.

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        • 3 December 2009 04:38, by Mathonbor

          Gatjang,

          I am not a new arrival to Sudan tribune. I been checking out the news in this website since 1996 but I did not want to comment about anything you guys says all those time. The anti Dinka thing is really getting into my nerves now and I started to make comments.

          I am a man enough to say that I apologize if I offended you.

          Peace

          Mathonbor

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          • 3 December 2009 04:59, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

            Mathonbo

            Poor Mathonbo this ST site was lanched/established in 2003 not your 96 when you were in kakuma. Why are you still dreaming of kakuma? 96 was a time when Equatorians where mobolising across Uganda border to start chasing the arabs in your Bor. Stop recalling your temporary secure home in Kenya. This is how you prove your cowardness of being in refugee camps and knowing nothing about what is happening on the ground. Dinkas boy, mathonbor, thyinka, critic ngency, Ajus2, timely and many more from Bor are group of kakuma survivors. Could you please tell me something about the tension in kakuma, and how you escape to be in USA, AUS, UK and other parts of the World.

            Boys you are most welcome back home, Equatorian have done the job (Liberation). Now your villages are in free and fair condition. Only be aware of the HIV it ranks 95% in your states.

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            • 3 December 2009 05:40, by Mathonbor

              Big_Logic_Boy

              When did you equatorians people start to fight? During the war most of you guys were in Uganda doing business. What was the name of your battalion that liberated South Sudan in 1996? Remember when Arab start to recapture Pageri and the surronding areas in Srping of 1993.

              It was Kuol Manyang forces with commanders like Chol Lual, Malual Ayom, Jok Riak, Deng Leek or Deng Madoot along with many others who stop the enemy at Ashwa river before it crossed to Nimule and ultimately chase it way in 1997.

              Yes Isaac Mamur was there but there were no equatorian
              soldiers. He was leading dinka soldiers. It was also Dinka soldiers who liberated Parajok, Pegari and all the way from Kaya to to Lainya. Stop lying to yourself we know the real fighters who fought arab and those who were doing business in Uganda.

              Mathonbor

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              • 3 December 2009 05:52, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

                Mathonbor

                Enough of you i have taught you a lot about the liberation of South. Keep recalling your kakuma and dating Gatjang. But for your advice ST is not a dating site, I suspect that you and gatjang are exchanging romantic words.

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          • 3 December 2009 05:06, by Gatjang

            Mathon de Bor.

            If you do read comments this web then there is no reason of don’t knowing me. I always defend Dinka here and I alway clear myself as from Duk county, so know it from now on.
            Thanks.

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  • 3 December 2009 04:03, by Acid

    This shouldn’t been a news; Sudan tribune, please be professional!

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    • 3 December 2009 05:55, by Pee-Funk

      Keep up our good leader name lives guys. awesome work my Dinka brothers you have to play like winner because we are the winner of the new Sudan!!!lol

      by: Mr. P-funk

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      • 3 December 2009 06:39, by BUSTA 2

        So bad!!!!

        John Garang Institute has also failed the same way Dr. Garang failed to rule Sudan with his poor vision about Sudan hahahahah.

        Brother in Christ,

        Busta 2

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        • 3 December 2009 11:08, by ethiopia

          Shut up all of you. Without Bhar el gazal people movement would have not been stand on its feet. If we come to the fact upper Nile in general and some from equatoria people dragged the movement to the wrong side in 1980s up to 1990s
          Frankly speaking, without Bhar el gazalians the movement would have collapse in 1990s

          Equatoria of logic / busta -2 are cowards
          Upper Nile of getwech and mathonbor are people of confusion and power wrestlers
          God bless great Bhar el gazal. Leadership will not move even one inch away from them.
          Good job with good reward from GOD. SPLA freedom fighter

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          • 3 December 2009 18:54, by Dakbai

            Dear Bor town Reporter,
            I am please to your good move on sport. We are all know that there is no development without sport. Please convey my heartfelt gratitude to all teams (loser and winner) from Twic county and Bor county and tell the sport leaders to extend their good work to all counties of Jonglei State.
            However, Mr Ethiopia please don’t create tension among Dinkas by giving credit of the past war to only Bahr-el ghazalian. If i ask you a question what battle was fought by only Bahr el ghazalians without the rests of southern sudanese patriots, Will you say yes? If you response this question with yes, then you need to contact other people from Bahe el ghazal who were participant in the war to brief you. Without doubt your comment has proven you that you were not in sudan during the war.

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            • 4 December 2009 19:26, by ethiopia

              Stupid Dakbai

              I joined the movement in 1984 when I was 19 years old. Son of bustard .BOR commanders refused me to get access for education and allowed their own kids to continue with education. That is a great wound in my heart, which I will not for get in my live. You understand my point. Cowards community, it is because of god grated you dinka we would have join hand with nuer to chase you away completely .your father did will come on you

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              • 5 December 2009 23:25, by Jok 011

                I think, ward Twic east is a dirty political division because, there wasn’t a name like that in the 1990s back ward. And I don’t suported because it is more isoleted than being just a Twic as a part Bor. Another good reason is that, there is no Twic west, the only Twic I know is Bar-elghazal Twic which is Twic of Ghogrial.

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