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Eun-soo of korean table

Eun-soo, also spelled Eun-su, or Un-soo, is a Korean unisex given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.

People with this name include:

Oh Eun-su (born 1993), South Korean male curler

Seo Eun-soo (born Lee Jeong-min, 1994), South Korean actress

Choi Eun-su (born 1997), South Korean male singer, member of Myteen

Shin Eun-soo (born 2002), South Korean actress who debuted in the 2016 film Vanishing Time: A Boy Who Returned

Lim Eun-soo (born 2003), South Korean female figure skater

Yoon Eun-su, South Korean female figure skater, junior silver medalist for the 2014 Lombardia TrophyFictional characters with this name include:

Eun-su, in 1993 South Korean film Kid Cop

Eun-soo, in 2002 South Korean film Addicted

Han Eun-soo, in 2007 South Korean television series Que Sera, Sera

Ji Eun-soo, in 2004 South Korean television series Save the Last Dance for Me

Lee Eun-soo, in 2007 South Korean film Hansel and Gretel

Yoo Eun-soo, in 2012 South Korean television series Faith

Lee Eun-soo, in 2013 South Korean television series Your Lady

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Sun-hwa (name) of korean table

Sun-hwa or Seon-hwa, also spelled Son-hwa in North Korea, is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write the name. There are 41 hanja with the reading "sun" and 15 hanja with the reading "hwa" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.

People referred to mononymously by this name include:

Princess Seonhwa of Silla (fl. 7th century), Korean princess of the Silla DynastyOther people with this name include:

Han Sun-hwa (born 1990), South Korean idol singer, former member of girl group Secret

Kim Seon-hwa (born 1991), South Korean team handball player

Lee Seon-hwa (born 1986), South Korean golfer on the LPGA tour

Oh Seon-hwa (born 1956), South Korean-born Japanese writer and journalist

Seo Sun-hwa (born 1982), South Korean sports shooter

Pong Son-hwa (born 1993), North Korean football defenderFictional characters with this name include:

Kim Seon-hwa, in 2009 South Korean television series Iris

Sun-Hwa Kwon, in 20042010 American television series Lost

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Bakhyt Akhmetov of korean table

Bakhyt Beshimbekovich Akhmetov (Kazakh: ; born March 27, 1979 in Shymkent) is a Kazakhstani weightlifter. He is a three-time Olympian and a two-time medalist for the 94 and 105kg classes at the Asian Games.

Formerly a member of the Kyrgyzstan team, Akhmetov made his official debut for the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, where he hauled 367.5 kilograms in total for a fifteenth-place finish in the men's middle heavyweight class (94kg). In 2002, Akhmetov achieved his early success by capturing the gold medal in the same category at the Asian Games in Busan, South Korea.

Akhmetov was also considered a top medal contender, when he competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, representing his birth nation. He lifted a total of 390kg in the men's 94 kg class, finishing only in seventh place by five kilograms short of the clean and jerk record from Turkey's Hakan Ylmaz.

At the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, Akhmetov switched to a heavier class by competing in the men's 105kg class, where he claimed the bronze medal, with a total of 388kg.

At the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Bakhmetov competed this time for the men's heavyweight class (105kg), against several top-class weightlifters, including world record holders Marcin Doga of Poland Andrei Aramnau of Belarus. During the competition, he successfully lifted 190kg in the single-motion snatch, and hoisted 225kg in the two-part, shoulder-to-overhead clean and jerk, for a total of 415kg. Bakhmetov finished the event in fifth place by five kilograms short of Doga's overall record (420kg). For being the most experienced member, Bakhmetov also became Kazakhstan's flag bearer in the opening ceremony.

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Chul-soo of korean table

Chul-soo, also spelled Cheol-su, Cheol-soo, Chol-su, or Chol-soo, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 11 hanja with the reading "chul" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.

People with this name include:

Im Cheol-su (born 1920s), South Korean victim of the 1969 Korean Air Lines YS-11 hijacking

Park Chul-soo (19482013), South Korean film director

Kim Chul-soo (footballer) (born 1952), South Korean footballer

Chol Soo Lee (born 1952), South Korean-born American man wrongfully convicted of a 1973 murder

Bae Cheol-soo (born 1953), South Korean radio host and former singer

Ahn Cheol-soo (born 1962), South Korean businessman and politician

Choe Chol-su (born 1969), North Korean boxer

Kim Chul-soo (volleyball) (born 1970), South Korean volleyball player, medalist in volleyball at the 1994 Asian Games

Jang Cheol-soo (born 1974), South Korean film director

Kim Chol-su (born 1982), North Korean judo practitionerFictional characters with this name include

Chul-soo, in 2012 South Korean film A Werewolf Boy

Park Chul-soo, in 2006 South Korean television series What's Up Fox

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Composition of korean table

The district included:

Headquarters 5th Army: 9th, 10th and 24th Machine-Gun Artillery Divisions; 63rd, 144th, 215th, 277th Rifle Divisions and the 2nd Tank Division (Lipovtsy, Primorskiy Krai) and 3rd Tank Division were located in the Ussuri Oblast.

Headquarters 25th Army: 10th Mechanized (ex 10th Mechanized Corps (Military Unit Number 71516) and 40th Rifle Divisions were in what is now North Korea. Michael Holm's research suggests that by April 1946, the 3rd Tank Division had joined the 25th Army, located at Pokrovka in Primorskiy Krai. It was part of the 25th Army there until 1957.

Headquarters 39th Army: the 25th Guards Machine-Gun Artillery Division, 7th Mechanized Division (Military Unit Number 36848) (Port Arthur, the 5th Guards Rifle Corps as part of the 17th and 19th Guards Rifle Division were located on the Kwantung Peninsula.

9th Air Army 19th Bomber Aviation Corps, six other divisions, three other regiments as of late 1945. Became 54th Air Army in February 1949.

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People of korean table

People with this name include:

EntertainersLee Min-woo (actor) (born Lee Dong-min, 1976), South Korean actor

Lee Min-woo (born 1979), South Korean singer, member of Shinhwa

Seo Min-woo (19852018), South Korean singer, former member of 100%

No Min-woo (born 1987), South Korean actor and singer, former member of TraxX

Park Min-woo (actor) (born 1988), South Korean actor

Ha Minwoo (born 1990), South Korean singer, member of ZE:A

No Min-woo (born 1995), South Korean singer, member of Boyfriend

Quan Minyu (Korean name Jun Min-woo, 20042016), Chinese dancer of Korean descent

Hwang Min-woo (born 2005), South Korean child actorSportspeopleKim Min-woo (baseball) (born 1979), South Korean baseball player (Korea Baseball Organization)

Kim Min-woo (figure skater) (19862007), South Korean ice dancer

Kim Min-woo (footballer) (born 1990), South Korean football midfielder (J-League Division 2)

Cho Min-woo (born 1992), South Korean football centre back (J-League Division 2)

Jung Min-woo (born 1992), South Korean football forward (K-League 2)

Min Woo Lee (born 1998), Australian professional golfer of Korean descent

Park Min-woo (baseball) (born 1993), South Korean baseball player (Korea Baseball Organization)OtherHyung Min-woo (born 1974), South Korean manhwa artist

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Kyung-soo of korean table

Kyung-soo, also spelled Kyoung-soo, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 54 hanja with the reading "kyung" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. According to South Korean government data, Kyung-soo was the seventh-most popular name for baby boys born in 1940.

People with this name include:

Choi Gyeong-su (born 1945), South Korean wrestler

Byun Kyung-soo (born 1958), South Korean sport shooter

Kim Kyoung-soo (born 1967), South Korean politician

Park Kyung-soo (born 1969), South Korean television screenwriter

Lee Kyung-soo (born 1973), South Korean football defender

Lee Gyeong-su (born 1979), South Korean volleyball player

Yang Kyung-soo (born 1983), South Korean artist

Ko Kyung-soo (born 1985), South Korean handball player

D.O. (entertainer) (born Do Kyung-soo, 1993), South Korean singer and actor, member of boy band EXOFictional characters with this name include:

Kim Kyung-soo, in 2001 South Korean film Volcano High

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Mi-jung of korean table

Mi-jung, also spelled Mi-jeong, is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 33 hanja with the reading "mi" and 75 hanja with the reading "jung" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.

People with this name include:

Mi-Jung Lee (born 1966), South Korean-born Canadian television news anchor

Park Mi-jeong (born 1968), South Korean rower

Kim Mi-jung (judoka, born 1971), South Korean judoka who competed at the 1992 Summer Olympics

Kim Mi-jung (fencer) (born 1977), South Korean fencer

Kim Mi-jung (sport shooter) (born 1977), South Korean sport shooter

Jin Mi-jung (born 1978), South Korean basketball player

Kim Mi-jung (judoka, born 1978), South Korean judoka who competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Kim Mi-jung (racewalker) (born 1979), South Korean race walker

Seo Mi-jung (born 1980), South Korean foil fencer

Nam Gyu-ri (born Nam Mi-jeong, 1985), South Korean actress

M. J. Hur (Korean name Hur Mi-jung, born 1989), South Korean golfer

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Para-alpine skiing of korean table

SkiersDino Sokolovi is a standing skier. He was injured in 2016. Because of injury, he did not ski for 20 months.

Before the GamesDino Sokolovi went to Slovenia in January 2018. He competed in the World Cup in Kranjska Gora. After 20 months away from skiing because of an injury, he won his first race at Kranjska Gora.

Schedule and resultsThe first event on the para-alpine program is the downhill. It starts on 10 March, running from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM. The second event on the program is Super-G. All skiers will race between 9:30 AM and 1:00 PM on 11 March. The super combined takes place on 13 March. The Super-G part of the event is in the morning. The slalom part is in the afternoon. The slalom event gets underway on 14 March and conclude on 15 March. Women and men both race during the same sessions in the morning. The afternoon sessions start with the women doing their second run. Then the men go. The last para-alpine skiing race of the 2018 Games is the giant slalom. It takes place on 1718 March. Men and women both race at the same time in the morning sessions. Women race first in the afternoon sessions, with the men racing a half hour after they end.

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Min-soo of korean table

Min-soo, also spelled Min-su, is a Korean unisex given name, predominantly masculine. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and 67 hanja with the reading "soo" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. It was the fifth-most popular name for baby boys in South Korea in 1990.

People with this name include:

EntertainersChoi Min-soo (born 1962), South Korean male actor

Jo Min-su (born 1965), South Korean actress

Yoon Min-soo (born 1980), South Korean male singer and television personality

Bang Min-soo (born 1992), South Korean male rapper, leader of Teen Top

Ko Minsoo (born 1996), stage name Kogyeol, South Korean male singer, member of UP10TIONSportspeopleHan Min-su (born 1970), South Korean male sledge hockey player

Park Min-su (born 1970), South Korean male cyclist

Kim Min-soo (judoka) (born 1975), South Korean male judoka

Kim Min-soo (footballer) (born 1984), South Korean male football player

Kang Min-soo (born 1986), South Korean male football player

Jeong Min-su (born 1991), South Korean male volleyball player

Lee Min-soo (born 1992), South Korean male football player

Park Min-soo (born 1994), South Korean male gymnastOthersJimmy Cha (born Cha Min-su, 1951), South Korean male professional go player

Minsoo Kang (born 1967), South Korean-born American male history professor

Don Spike (born Kim Min-soo, 1977), South Korean male composer

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Jong-ho of korean tableJong-ho or Chong-ho is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "Jong" and 49 hanja with the reading "Ho" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.People with this name include:Ha Jong-ho (born 1963), South Korean boxerKim Chong-hoh (19352018), South Korean politicianKim Jong-ho (baseball) (born 1984), South Korean baseball playerLee Jong-ho (born 1992), South Korean football playerLee Jong-ho (footballer, born 1986), South Korean football playerJong Ho Lee, South Korean scientistPark Jong-ho (born 1973), South Korean baseball playerSeo Jong-ho (born 1980), South Korean former field hockey playerSong Jong-ho (born 1976), South Korean actorSong Jong-ho (sport shooter) (born 1990), South Korean sport shooterChoi Jong-ho (born 2000), South Korean singer and member of Ateez------Kyung-min of korean tableKyung-min, also spelled Kyoung-min, Gyeong-min, or Kyong-min, is a Korean unisex given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 54 hanja with the reading "kyung" and 27 hanja with the reading "min" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.People with this name include:Shin Gyeong-min (, born 1953), South Korean male politician with the Democratic United PartyHong Kyung-min (born 1976), South Korean male pop-rock singerRa Kyung-min (born 1976), South Korean female badminton playerYoon Kyung-min (born 1979), South Korean male handball playerHa Kyoung-min (born 1982), South Korean male volleyball playerKo Kyung-min (born 1987), South Korean male football playerHur Kyoung-min (born 1990), South Korean male baseball playerPark Kyung-min (born 1990), South Korean male football playerRi Kyong-min, North Korean male football player who scored a goal during the 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification------Ji-hu of korean tableJi-hu, also spelled Ji-hoo, is a Korean unisex given name, predominantly masculine. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 46 hanja with the reading "ji" and 17 hanja with the reading "hu" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Ji-hu was the second-most common name for newborn boys in South Korea in 2009, with 2,159 being given the name; by 2015, it had fallen to ninth place, with 1,968 being given the name.People with this name include:Yeon Woo-jin (born 1984), South Korean actor, former stage name Seo Ji-hooKim Ji-hoo (19852008), South Korean actorHan Ji-hoo, South Korean singer, former member of SupernovaFictional characters with this name include:Yoon Ji-hoo, in 2009 South Korean television series Boys Over Flowers (based on Hanazawa Rui)Jeon Ji-hoo, in 2013 South Korean television series Incarnation of Money------Background and release of korean tableOn June 15, 2018, DSP Media confirmed that the group would make a comeback in July with their third mini-album. Later that month, an image teaser was uploaded,with the numbers 725 and 819. The former was revealed to be the release date for the album, July 25. The latter refers to the date of the group's concert in Seoul, August 19.Individual member video teasers were released between July 1112, followed by the album's track list on July 13. Concept photos of the members were released from July 1417. Pre-orders for the album began on July 18, along with a preview for the physical album packaging. On July 19, the group held a Facebook Live for their first anniversary. The next day, a spoiler video featuring member J.Seph was released on YouTube. The album's highlight medley was released July 21, followed by a music video teaser uploaded a day later.------Sung-chul (name) of korean tableSung-chul, also spelled Song-chol, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "sung" and 11 hanja with the reading "chul" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.People with this name include:PoliticiansPak Song-chol (19132008), North Korean politicianYang Sung-chul (born 1939), South Korean political scientist, politician, and diplomatSportspeopleHan Seong-cheol (born 1948), South Korean judo practitionerNam Song-chol (born 1982), North Korean international footballerPak Song-chol (athlete) (born 1984), North Korean long-distance runnerRi Song-chol (born 1986), North Korean figure skaterPak Song-chol (footballer born 1987), North Korean international footballerSon Seong-cheol (born 1987), South Korean springboard diverPak Song-chol (footballer born 1991), North Korean footballerKim Song-chol (born 1993), North Korean weightlifterOthersSeongcheol, dharma name of Yi Yeongju (19121993), South Korean Seon Buddhist masterShin Sung-chul (born 1952), South Korean physicist------Kwang-hyun of korean tableKwang-hyun, also spelled Gwang-hyun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 13 hanja with the reading "kwang" and 35 hanja with the reading "hyun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.People with this name include:Dae Gwang-hyeon (fl. 10th century), Balhae princeBaek Gwang-hyeonko (16251697), Joseon Dynasty veterinarian portrayed in the 2012 South Korean television series The King's DoctorPark Kwang-hyun (footballer) (born 1967), South Korean football defenderPark Kwang-hyun (film director) (born 1969), South Korean film directorPark Gwang-hyun (born 1977), South Korean actorLee Kwang-hyun (born 1981), South Korean football defenderNa Kwang-hyun (born 1982), South Korean football midfielderChoi Gwang-hyeon (born 1986), South Korean judokaNam Gwang-hyun (born 1987), South Korean football midfielderKim Kwang-hyun (born 1988), South Korean baseball pitcher------Tae-suk of korean tableTae-suk, also spelled Tae-seok or Tae-sok, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 20 hanja with the reading "tae" and 20 hanja with the reading "suk" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.People with this name include:Oh Taeseok (born 1940), South Korean filmmakerKim Tae-seok (born 1946), South Korean sport shooterChang Tae-suk (born 1968), South Korean fencerRonald Tae-Sok Kim (born 1979), South Korean-born American politicianLee Tae-seok (born 1962), South Korean Catholic priest and doctor who helped the people of Tonj, SudanFictional characters with this name include:Han Tae-seok, in 2000 South Korean television series Autumn in My HeartTae-seok, in 2002 South Korean television series Age of InnocenceJeong Tae-seok, in 2012 South Korean film Confession of Murder------Dong-jun of korean tableDong-jun, also spelled Dong-joon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 24 hanja with the reading "dong" and 34 hanja with the reading "joon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.People with this name include:Kim Dong-jun (politician), South Korean politician; see List of members of the South Korean Constituent Assembly, 19481950Lee Dong-jun (actor)ko (born 1958), South Korean actorLee Dong-june (born 1967), South Korean composerLee Dong-jun (born 1974), stage name Lee Juck, South Korean singerLee Dong-jun (basketball) (born 1980), naturalised South Korean basketball playerKim Dong-jun (born 1992), South Korean singer, member of ZE:AKim Dong-jun (footballer) (born 1994), South Korean football goalkeeperLee Dong-jun (footballer) (born 1997), South Korean football midfielderFictional characters with this name include:Kang Dong-joon, in 1995 South Korean television series Asphalt Man------Coaching career of korean tableLim retired from playing in 2003 and was appointed coach for Geylang United's Prime League team the following year. In 2006, he was promoted to caretaker coach of the first team and was likely to continue to lead the team for the 2007 S.League season as he was ready to rebuild the team after years of dismal results in the league, where Geylang United was last in the standings.However, there was a turn of fortunes when Lim led Geylang to a much-improved 2007 season high of 4th in the S-League table. There were much changes in the Geylang United side with Kim Grant, Noh Rahman, Hassan Sunny and Lim leading the team for a better start for the 2007 S-League season.In late 2007, he assumed the role of team manager when Slovak Jozef Herel was brought in as Geylang's coach.------Young-gi of korean tableYoung-gi, also spelled Young-ki, Young-kee, Yeong-ki, or Yeong-gi, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "young" and 68 hanja with the reading "gi" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. According to South Korean government data, it was the fourth-most popular name for baby boys born in 1940.People with this name include:Choi Yeong-gi (born 1925), South Korean track and field athleteAn Yong-gi (; born 1929), North Korean spy, one of South Korea's unconverted long-term prisonersYoung-Kee Kim (born 1962), South Korean-born American physicistMin Young-ki (born 1976), South Korean football defender (K-League Challenge)Verbal (rapper) (born Ryu Young-gi, 1975), Zainichi Korean rapper, member of hip-hop duo m-floKim Yeong-gi (born 1985), Zainichi Korean footballer (J.League)------Hyun-sik of korean tableHyun-sik is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 35 hanja with the reading "hyun" and 16 hanja with the reading "sik" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.People with this name include:Im Hyun-sik (born 1945), South Korean actorMin Hyun-sik (born 1946), South Korean male architectJo Hyun-sik (born 1983), South Korean actorAhn Hyun-sik (born 1987), South Korean male football playerIm Hyun-sik (singer) (born 1992), South Korean singer and member of boy band BtoBLee Hyeon-sik, South Korean male handball player, represented South Korea in Handball at the 2014 Asian Games MenFictional characters with this name include:Hyun-shik, male character played by Kim Yu-seok in 2000 South Korean film The IsleJung Hyun-sik, real name of Lee Doo-seok, in 2012 South Korean film Confession of Murder------Jong-hoon of korean tableJong-hoon, also spelled Jong-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 19 hanja with the reading "jong" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.People with this name include:Kim Jong-hoon (born 1952), South Korean politicianJeong H. Kim (born 1961), South Korean-born American engineerGao Zhongxun (Go Jong-hun, born 1965) Chinese football player of Korean descentPark Jong-hoon (born 1965), South Korean gymnastChang Jong-hoon (born 1968), South Korean baseball coachKim Jong-hoon (footballer) (born 1980), South Korean football playerYoon Jong-hoon (born 1984), South Korean actorAhn Jong-hun (born 1989), South Korean footballerShin Jong-hun (born 1989), South Korean light flyweight amateur boxerChoi Jong-hoon (born 1990), former South Korean guitarist, lead musician of rock band FT Island------Within Every Woman of korean tableWithin Every Woman is a documentary film by Tiffany Hsiung, depicting war crimes committed by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II in Asia. It documents the systematic rape of over 200,000 young girls between the ages of nine and twenty-years-old during World War II in Asia. These atrocities and war crimes occurred between 1931 and 1945; however, to this day, the Japanese government has not offered an official apology and many survivors still hide their shame.This project was started in 2008, with a trip to rural China, the Philippines and South Korea to meet and document the survivors of the largest institutionalized rape system in world history, the comfort women system. Today, the survivors are referred to as "the Grandmothers", all above the age of 80. This documentary will show the complex healing processes of the women who have had to live their lives without acknowledgement of the atrocities they suffered.
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