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NATURAL STONE

Since 1982, Champlain Stone, Ltd. has endeavored to meet and exceed the expectations of designers, installers and project owners
alike. Our unique collections of quality natural stone products are drawn from our company-owned quarries located in the foothills
of New Yorks historic Adirondack Mountains. By embracing advances in technology, we are able to quarry and manufacture our stone
products to custom size, color range and finish specifications. These products have been utilized in a wide variety of prestigious and
unique residential, commercial and educational installations.

Parks

Champlain Stone advocates a collaborative approach to project coordination that involves the client, designer, supplier and installer.
This alliance, lead by our Project Development Group, further insures success from conception to completion. Our capable response to
your creative requests translates into personal and unique stone expressions with timeless appeal.

Avalon Park, Stony Brook, NY


Andropogon Associates Ltd.
Corinthian Granite and American Granite wallstone

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commercial/business

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infrastructure

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cultural

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civic

The Gardens of the Great Basin at the Chicago Botanic Garden, Chicago, IL
Oehme, van Sweden and Associates, Inc.
South Bay Quartzite flagging, boulders and slabs

public parks, gardens,


outdoor areas
hotels, inns, restaurants,
shopping centers, retail and business sites
schools, colleges, universities,
research centers
highways, bridges
churches, temples,
memorial sites, cemetaries
libraries, firehouses,
civic centers

Spaces brochure 2008, Champlain Stone, Ltd. All rights reserved.


Graphic design by 27 Elm Creative Services, LLC

Cover Image: The Ross School, Center for Well Being


East Hampton, NY
The Lawrence Group
South Bay Quartzite products including a variety of wallstones, flagging & veneer

Bamboo Garden at Lenfest Hall,


Columbia University, New York, NY
Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects
South Bay Quartzite flagging

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Grover Cleveland Park, New York, NY


New York City Department of Parks & Recreation
Corinthian Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular
Teardrop Park, Battery City Park Authority, New York, NY
Michael Van Valkenburg Associates
American Granite boulder

Schuyler Flatts Cultural Park, Colonie, NY


Saratoga Associates
South Bay Quartzite rectilinear boulders

Hanging Rock State Park, Greensboro, NC


Woolpert, LLP
South Bay Quartzite blend of standard and special order color ashlar,
thin wall stone, uniform rise wall stone and flagging

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Queens Botanical Garden, New York, NY


Vollmer Associates, LLP
South Bay Quartzite roughly squared/roughly rectangular

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Commercial
Business

Arthur von Briesen Park, Staten Island, NY


New York City Department of Parks & Recreation
Corinthian Granite ashlar

Winooski Downtown Redevelopment, Winooski, VT


Truex-Cullins and Partners Architects
South Bay Quartzite ashlar and roughly squared/roughly rectangular retaining wall

The Foundation for Seacoast Health, Portsmouth, NH


J.S.A. Associates Architects & Interior Planners
Corinthian Granite special order sawn heights ashlar

Columbus Park, New York, NY


New York City Department of Parks & Recreation
American Granite boulders

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Hampton Inn & Suites, Lake George, NY


Bounds & Gillespie Architects
American Granite thin sawn ashlar and South Bay Quartzite
thin sawn roughly squared/roughly rectangular

Wingate Inn, Lake George, NY


Phinney Design Group
South Bay Quartzite thin sawn ashlar and roughly
squared/roughly rectangular

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The Inn at Erlowest, Lake George, NY


Judd Brynes, Designer
Van Tassel Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular and mosaic patterned veneer

The Inn of Lake George, Lake george, NY


Corinthian Granite hand select thin veneer

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Shops at Sebago, Windham, ME


Timber Frames by R.A. Krouse
South Bay Quartzite mosaic patterned veneer

Spruce Peak Mountain Cabins, Stowe, VT


Zehren and Associates
American Granite special order blend of ashlar, roughly squared/
roughly rectangular, mosaic patterned veneer and flagging

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Orvis Flagship Retail Store, Manchester, VT


Breadloaf Architects Planners Builders
Corinthian Granite ashlar

L.L.Bean Flagship Retail Store, Freeport, ME


Arrowstreet, Inc.
Special order blend of American Granite, Corinthian Granite and
Van Tassell Granite ashlar and roughly squared/roughly rectangular

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EDUCATIONAL

GE Healthcare, (formerly IDX Corp. headquarters) Shelburne, VT


Griswold, Heckel & Kelly Associates (interior)
South Bay Quartzite special order blend of ashlar, European ashlar, thin wall stone , and a small
percentage of roughly squared/roughly rectangular

SUNY Canton, Newell Veterinary Technology Center, Canton, NY


JMZ Architects and Planners, PC
Special order Corinthian Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular and Pink Corinthian
Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular
Inset: Corinthian Granite boulder

Merck & Company, Inc. Whitehouse Station, NJ


Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates
Corinthian Granite blend of special order mosaic patterned veneer and wall stone

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Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT


Milliken, Hadley, Kelley & Lang Residence Halls
Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering, PC
Corinthian Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular & small percentage of ashlar
Building Stone Institute 1996 Tucker Architectural Award Winner

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College of Saint Rose, Thelma P. Lally School, Albany, NY


Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering, PC
Corinthian Granite ashlar

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Infrastructure
Joe DiMaggio (West Side) Highway (urban boulevard design)
New York State Route 9A, Lower Manhattan, NY
Vollmer Associates, LLP & NYS Department of Transportation
Corinthian Granite special order heavy ashlar

The Ross School, Center for Well Being, East Hampton, NY


Andropogon Landscape Architecture and the Lawrence Group
South Bay Quartzite blend of ashlar, wall stone and flagging

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Major-General Nathanael Greene Memorial Bridge,


Coventry, RI
Rhode Island Department of Transporation
Corinthian Granite ashlar

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St. Lawrence University, Dana Dining Hall, Canton, NY


MacLachlan, Cornelius & Filoni Architects, Inc.
South Bay Quartzite special order ashlar and roughly squared/roughly rectangular

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Fordham University, Rose Hill Campus, OHare hall, Bronx, NY


Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering, PC
Corinthian Granite ashlar
Inset: Lincoln Center Campus, New York, NY
Corinthian Granite boulder

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Fordham Regional Parking Facility, Bronx, NY


Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture & Engineering, PC
Corinthian Granite thin sawn ashlar

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Whallonsburg Bridge, County Route 12, NY


NYS Office of General Services
South Bay Quartzite ashlar and roughly squared/roughly rectangular

Harrisville school, Harrisville, NY


Thomas Associates
Corinthian Granite ashlar

Proctor Academy, Andover, NH


Schwartz/Silver Architects
Corinthian Granite mosaic patterned veneer

University of Maine, Student Recreation and Fitness Center, Orono, ME


Cannon Design
South Bay Quartzite thin ledge stone

Taconic State Parkway


New York State Department of Transportation
Corinthian Granite ashlar

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Joe DiMaggio (West Side) Highway (urban boulevard design)


New York State Route 9A, Lower Manhattan, NY
Vollmer Associates, LLP & NYS Department of Transportation
Corinthian Granite special order heavy ashlar

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Cultural

Kadampa Meditation Center, Glen Spey, NY


South Bay Quartzite blend of ashlar, European ashlar and thin wall stone

St. Nektarios Monastery, Roscoe, NY


South Bay Quartzite ashlar and roughly squared/roughly rectangular

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Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, Schuylerville, NY


Einhorn Yaffee Prescott Architecture and Planning
and The LA Group PC
Corinthian Granite ashlar

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Lyall Federated Memorial Church, Millbrook, NY


Edmund G. Loedy Architect
Great Meadow Limestone mosaic patterned veneer

Sacred Heart Church, Lake George, NY


American Granite mosaic veneer

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Veterans Memorial Park, Corinth, NY


Corinthian Granite ashlar

West Demilune at Fort Ticonderoga, Ticonderoga, NY


Restoration Project
South Bay Quartzite flagging

Major Robert Rogers Memorial Boulder


Rogers Island Visitors Center, Fort Edward, NY
American Granite boulder

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Armonk Firehouse, Armonk, NY


Mitchell Ross Associates Architects, PC
Corinthian Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular

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Civic
Marine Park Salt Marsh Nature Center, Brooklyn, NY
New York City Department of Parks and Recreation
Corinthian Granite ashlar

Judge Edward J. Costello Courthouse, Burlington, VT


Colin Lindberg Architect
American Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular

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Lee Twombly Pond Public Ice Rink


Falmouth, ME
Corinthian Granite mosaic veneer

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Dublin Public Library, Dublin, NH


Tennant/Wallace Architects, PA
American Granite mosaic patterned veneer

Empire State College, Saratoga Springs, NY


The LA Group, PC
Van Tassell Granite special order roughly squared/roughly rectangular
and Corinthian Granite sawn slab caps

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Hopkinton Public Library, Contoocook, NH


Sheerr McCrystal Palson Architecture, Inc.
Corinthian Granite wallstone

York Public Library, York, ME


Tappe Associates, Inc.
Corinthian Granite ashlar

Richards Library Addition, Warrensburg, NY


JMZ Architects and Planners, PC
Great Meadow Limestone special order ashlar sawn heights

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Dublin Library, Dublin, NH


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American Granite veneer

US Fish and Wildlife Service, National Education


and Training Center, Shepherdstown, WV
Florance Eichbaum Esocoff King Architects
South Bay Quartzite flagging

The Wild Center, Natural History Museum


of the Adirondacks, Tupper Lake, NY
HOK Architects
Van Tassell Granite ashlar
LEED Silver Award

Retaining Wall at Lake Placid Bandshell, Lake Placid, NY


Ivan Zdrahal Associates, PLLC
Summit Granite roughly squared/roughly rectangular

Halfmoon Public Library, Clifton Park, NY


South Bay Quartzite step slabs and boulders

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Natural Stone
Nomenclature

Bed Face Seam Face

As Quarried

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Irregular Flag Stone is generally 1 to 3 inches thick. It is often used for patios,
walkways, around pools, etc., generally in areas limited to medium use foot traffic. Its
shape is irregular, or mosaic, and exhibits the seam face of the stone.

Split Face - Natural Bed

Height

Landscape
Products

Heavy Flag Stone is different from the Irregular Flag Stone in that it is thicker,

As Installed

Length

Depth

Split Face

Installed Height

generally 3 to 5 inches. It is used as paving stone in areas of limited vehicular traffic


and as flag stone in areas of particularly heavy foot traffic.

Seam Face

Installed Height

Wall Stone is a blocky stone used to construct exterior, freestanding walls. This stone,
installed, will exhibit both seam faces and split faces. It can also be used with other
natural stone products for a completely individualized look.
Uniform Rise Wall Stone differs from Wall Stone in that there is less variation in the
heights. Because it is typically somewhat smaller it is generally easier to handle.
Thin Wall Stone is generally 1 to 3 inches thick. The depth of the stones is typically
less than that of the heavier wall stones.

Seam Face
Installed Length

Installed Depth
Ashlar or European Ashlar
Split face, installed face up for ashlar paving.

Installed Length

Installed Depth

Mosaic Veneer or Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular


Installed face up for paving.
Thickness

Flagging

Surface Effects

Garden Bed Edging is basically the same as European Ashlar except in use. The
intended use of this product is as curbing for bordering driveways, walkways, lawns,
gardens and the like for a clean-cut and well-defined look. It is also used to encircle
trees and to aid in the prevention of erosion.
Step Slabs, Random Slabs & Boulders can be used to effect dramatic project

designs or be included in erosion control and bank retention designs. These materials
are being used extensively in the creation of park settings and waterscapes.

Corinthian Granite Slabs general size range as cutting stock ranges from 2 up
Drill Marks

Tumbled

American GraniteTM Slabs, the top rock of the granite quarry, do not lend well to

Sawn-Sandblasted Finish
(blasts of air with sand to texturize surface)

Sawn-Thermal Finish
(flame-induced textured surface)

to 6.

large slab material. Average lengths range from 2 to 4.

South Bay Quartzite Slabs offer the largest face area potential for landscape
slabs due to being formed in long, layered beds.

Split Face

Sawn Edge

Split Face

Rock Faced

Veneer Patterns

Snapped 12 x 12 and 12 x 24 Nominal Pavers (1 +/- variance) shown in


Rock Faced

South Bay Quartzite, provide a patterned, more structured paving application than
our irregular paving stone.

Mosaic Pattern Veneer - A

Irregularly shaped and exhibits the seam face (natural


face) of the stone.

Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular - B

Produced on guillotines to approximate squares and


rectangles. The stones do not necessarily exhibit 90
degree angles, though some pieces may. Reveals the seam
face (natural face) of the stone.

Ashlar Veneer - C

Basically rectangular in shape and the exposed split face


often exhibits striations that are typically quite colorful.
When installed horizontally, as it usually is, it affords an
overall rectilinear look.

European Ashlar Veneer - D

Differentiated from standard ashlar only in that it has


a lessor face area. When installed with tight joints and
quoining of larger face area it exemplifies a very textured,
European appearance.
Note: The patterns shown depict close-up views of finished
installations and are the result of masons field dressing the
stone on site. Standard packaged material will vary from
illustrations shown.

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Irregular Flag Stone

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Champlain Stone, Ltd. offers a full line of sawn natural stone products for both thin and
full-bed depth veneer applications, as well as custom fabricated pieces.

Thin Sawn Flats


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Custom caps, water tables, sills, hearths, mantels, thresholds, keystones and
treads are just a few of the many fabricated products available in each of our
six unique stone types. Our sawing technology provides increased capabilities
in fabricating stone to meet specific design needs. However, some limitations
do apply. Whether full bed-depth or thin; split or rock-faced; simple or grand;
Champlain Stone can satisfy your creative stone requirements.
Our Project Development Group provides a valuable and specialized service to
clients, architects, designers and general contractors by working as consultants
regarding the application of our natural stone products. By conceptualizing and
understanding ideas and studying architectural drawings, this group determines
considerations specific to a design plan, estimating quantities for production of
the stone needed. They encourage consistent communication beginning with a
personal invitation to our quarries to learn first hand how the stone is quarried.
This provides a further understanding of what is possible in the fabrication
of stone and how this ultimately applies to design and installation. Frequent
quarry visits and jobsite observations, when practical, ensure that what has
been specified is produced and delivered. The result is the fulfillment of a vision
in natural stone design limited only by your imagination.

American Granite full bed-depth veneer installation

At an average weight of 15 lbs. or less


per square foot, our thin veneers meet
standard building code requirements
for vertical load limitations and can be
adhered without the use of a masonry
footing. Due to their lighter weight, these
products install easily on a wide variety
of substrates and are ideal for interior
applications, remodels, or anywhere a
full-bed depth foundation is missing or
impractical. Although it is a standard practice, industry-wide, to install thin stone veneers without
traditional masonry support, Champlain Stone recommends that whenever practical, masonry
approved wall ties or other masonry support systems be incorporated to insure proper installation.
If there is ever any doubt about the installation, we further recommend professional architectural
or engineering assistance be sought.

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Thin Sawn Corners

infrastructure

Hand Select Thin Veneer

South Bay Quartzite custom polished tiles

Unlike their full-bed depth counterparts, which are traditionally sold by the ton, Thin Veneers
are sold by either the square foot (flats) or lineal foot (corners). Lineal foot measurements for
sawn corners are taken along the vertical spine of the stone, not the horizontal return.

Special order
materials

In addition to our regularly produced products, we also have the capabilities to


produce special order material that is different from our normal specification
ranges. When referencing the Product Specification pages relevant to
coverages, be aware that actual coverage is in part determined by joint width
and the quality of craftmanship of the stone mason.

Thin sawn monolithic Corinthian Granite slabs


Van Tassell Granite thin veneer installation

Hand tooled fabrication

civic

South Bay Quartzite


oversized full bed-depth
corners and heavy ashlar

cultural

Sawn Thin Veneer is available in American Granite, Corinthian Granite, Van Tassell Granite, and
South Bay Quartzite. Available patterns include random pattern mosaic, ashlar and roughly
squared/roughly rectangular veneers. Hand Select Thin Veneer is available in South Bay
Quartzite in a random mosaic pattern only. It is a naturally occurring thin stone, split not
sawn to its thin veneer specifications,
and offers the installer two usable
faces for installation.

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Custom
Capabilities

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Sawn Products

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Available stone types and cuts


American Granite

= available as Thin Veneer

A medium to coarse-grain, weathered granite featuring brown and earth tone surface colors. Hand-split faces show a blend of blue, burgundy,
pink, green, brown, black and white. Mica flecks, along with garnet inclusions and quartz crystals, highlight a percentage of this stone.
Available Cuts, Building Stone:
Mosaic Pattern Veneer, Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular, Ashlar, Ledge Stone, Thin Ledge Stone.
Available Cuts, Landscaping:
Flagging, Wall Stone, Uniform Rise Wall Stone, Thin Wall Stone, Paving Stone, Step Slab Material, Landscape Boulders.

Corinthian Granite

Van Tassell Granite

An elegant, enduring, medium to coarse grained granite featuring 70% Hudson River blue with a mixture of green, black, pink, brown,
burgundy and white. A small percentage has black speckles throughout consisting of red and black garnet inclusions and quartz crystals.
Available Cuts, Building Stone:
Mosaic Pattern Veneer, Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular, Ashlar, European Ashlar, Ledge Stone, Thin Ledge Stone.
Available Cuts, Landscaping:
Flagging, Wall Stone, Uniform Rise Wall Stone, Thin Wall Stone, Paving Stone, Garden Bed Edging, Step Slab Material, Landscape Boulders.

A unique granite that combines a soft pallet of colors with the strength and texture consistent with our other products. Quarried from
ledges deeply veined in New Yorks Dutch ancestry, Van Tassell Granite features a blend of buff, pink, blue/green and brown with a granular
texture featuring random speckling and striations.
Available Cuts, Building Stone:
Mosaic Pattern Veneer, Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular, Ashlar, Ledge Stone, Thin Ledge Stone.
Available Cuts, Landscaping:
Flagging, Wall Stone, Uniform Rise Wall Stone, Thin Wall Stone, Paving Stone, Landscape Boulders.

Summit Granite

A rustic, textural granite featuring a warm iridescence resulting from mica and garnet inclusions. Brought to the surface, this granite
projects the very essence of the earth with a base color of gray and feature highlights of sage green, white and russet orange. Gold mica
flecks, plus black and red garnet inclusions create random striated and speckled surfaces.
Available Cuts, Building Stone:
Mosaic Pattern Veneer, Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular, Ashlar.
Available Cuts, Landscaping:
Uniform Rise Wall Stone, Thin Wall Stone, Paving Stone, Landscape Boulders.

South Bay Quartzite

A quarzitic sandstone with an advancing and receding surface that resembles a windswept and sandy beach. Visually smooth, yet heavily
textured with a blend of tan, antique white, ice blue, amber, and brown.
Available Cuts, Building Stone:
Mosaic Pattern Veneer, Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular, Ashlar, European Ashlar, Ledge Stone, Thin Ledge Stone.
Available Cuts, Landscaping:
Flagging, Heavy Flagging, Oversize Flagging, Wall Stone, Uniform Rise Wall Stone, Thin Wall Stone, Cottage Wall Stone, Paving Stone,
Step Slab Material, Cap Stones (special order), Landscape Boulders, Garden Bed Edging, Snapped 12x12 in. and 12x24 in. nominal pavers
(+/- 1 in. tolerance).

Great Meadow Limestone

A craggy-rugged limestone that projects a strong and robust look. Ideal for that aged look common in many restorative efforts or fresh split for
a new build. Natural weathered faces in combination with blue-gray split faces. Black speckles and white crystals also highlight some pieces.
Available Cuts, Building Stone:
Mosaic Pattern Veneer, Roughly Squared/Roughly Rectangular, Ashlar.
Available Cuts, Landscaping:
Wall Stone, Uniform Rise Wall Stone, Landscape Boulders.

The Fine Print: Stone is, of course, a natural product. Variations in color and texture do occur (thankfully) and are part of what make our products
so unique. Please use the photographs published in this text as a guide only. We cannot guarantee an exact match to any of the images contained
herein. Product specifications and available stone cuts are also subject to change. Not responsible for typographical errors.

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