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let your eyes decide. flonase changes everything. more on one candidates visit -- and who else is on their way before the big primaries. drone 10 flies over the damage in waverly. how you can help people who lost everything. school principal...who also serves on city council. why he calls it interest...and why the superintendent disagrees. good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm
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i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: partly sunny and a weak upper disturbance continue to dominate into to our area...primarily on wednesday afternoon week. doctors are working to save a man who got shot
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doctors are working to save a man who got shot in the chest early this morning in newport news. it happened just before 2 a-m at the ponderosa on jefferson avenue, near briarfield road. police say a 39-year-old man from hampton was standing in the parking lot, talking to friends. he stepped away from the group to take a phone call...and that's when a single gunshot hit him in the chest. we'll keep working to find out more about this throughout our next two hours on the air. in the meantime, if you hampton roads is getting a lot of attention from presidential
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tuesday. senator ted cruz made a stop in virginia beach critical primary. he spoke at regent university yesterday as part of its presidential candidate forum. cruz encouraged christian and conservative voters to head to the polls on tuesday. he also said, he believes it will be a "two man race" after all is said and done. senator ted cruz - c12 will have a big chunk of off with the other candidates. an really what i hope super tuesday does is focus this race. at least three other presidential candidates will stop in hampton roads in the next few days. marco rubio will hold a rally at the virginia beach convention center on sunday. democrat hillary clinton will be campaigning in the area on monday. and republican doctor ben carson will be at regent on monday. you can count on 10 on your side for complete coverage throughout super
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come in throguhout the night. look for updates on air -- online -- and on our mobile app. but before super tuesday, democrats have another primary on their schedule. today is the south carolina primary. both hillary clinton and senator bernie sanders made stops across south carolina to try to sway some undecided voters. both candidates stopped at a fish fry in orangeburg. clinton took the stage first, asking the crowd to her get a win...which she said would be a "super send-off before super tuesday." s/hillary clinton (d) presidential candidate :25 "i need your help those states that are holding their primaries and caucuses on tuesday, so- called super tuesday. it would be a super send-off to do well here tomorrow in the primary." sanders came to south carolina after a tour of
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he showed up to the fish fry with rap artist "killer mike." sanders called out clinton for her stance on the death penalty s/sen. bernie sanders (d) presidential candidate :41 i don't get huge sums of money from corporate in the death penalty, i do not." be sure to stay with us on air and online all day long for the results of the south carolina primary as they come in. meanwhile, republican front- runner donald trump was on the campaign trail in oklahoma. at city last night, some protesters placed themselves behind the candidate. one man wore a t-shirt that read "the k-k-k endorses trump. another man wore a yellow star of david with the words "islamophobia." trump walked away from the podium, stared both police officers to arrive. trump says: "you see, in the good old days, law
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today everybody's politically correct. our country's going to hell with being politically correct.. going to hell." trump got a big endorsement earlier in the day yesterday. his former opponent in this campaign, new jersey governor chris christie, announced he will support trump for the republican nomination. another fire has devastated norfolk's ocean view neighborhood. and in this case -- it was deadly. this two-story duplex caught fire around 2 a-m friday on kingston avenue. we're told a woman and two children jumped from a second story window. firefighters pulled an elderly woman through a window-- but she didn't make it.
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her name yet. a couple living on the first floor made it out okay with minor burns. 01:06:01 "i yelled to my husband that the house was on fire and we came running to the living right at the front door." the woman and child who jumped from the window went to the hospital. we're working to learn how they're doing. police arrest a woman in connection with a deadly shooting in kansas. what police say she did for the alleged killer. waverly wx damage/ek raw sound - clip 3 2453 i hit the floor and i said, 'oh my god, i think it's a tornado' 2455 in our next half hour - hear from a woman in waverly who lost just about everything to this week's tornado. and we'll have more about how you can help people like her. but up next, police in newport news are trying to figure out who shot at a church. why church members don't
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police need your help find out who shot into a
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at least two bullets went through windows at st. paul ame church on chestnut avenue. police say they even found a 9 millimeter bullet on the floor in the pastor's office. the shooting happened at some point between last wednesday night and friday morning. church members say they don't believe they were targeted. instead-- they think their building was simply caught in the crossfire of something going on outside. tommie farley, st. paul ame church we feel as its just one
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get through it. no one was at the church during the shooting. this isn't the first time gunfire. church van was shattered. in hampton, four people face charges for a burglary and chase. police arrested domenico greene, ryan taybron, and zaquone scott. they're not naming the 4th person, who's under 18. they say the group broke into a home on winchester drive friday-- and stole electronics. officers say they tried to run, but they managed to stop everyone. taybron is a familiar name to police. he was accused in a shooting in newport news, last year. prosecutors also set aside charges against him for a deadly shooting in hampton. the owner of a landscaping business in chesapeake will be in federal court on drug charges this week. federal agents say marlon daye say used precision landscapes-- as a
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to court papers -- the drug deals were going on between 2008 up until this month. daye will be back in court next week. a music icon is in the hospital. the latest on but in the next five minutes, a well-known conservative speaks at a california university. and students are not happy about it. you'll hear from both sides. meteorologist adlib wx
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police in washington state are trying to figure out why a man killed his wife and children, and then himself. police
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9-1-1 saying he shot his family. as soon as officers got there, the suspect shot and killed himself. investigators found four bodies inside the house. they also found a 12-year-old girl on the property. she wasn't hurt. investigators believe she's related to the victims -- and they're hoping she can help them figure out exactly what happened. dozens of people gathered outside a plant in kansas where where three people died and 14 others were hurt in a shooting. co-workers and other members of the community hugged each other and helkd candles to pray. they released ballons into the air to honor the victims. police say cedric ford starting shooting inside the plant thursday. he died in a shootout with police. workers say they are close with each other, and will overcome the tragedy together. s/kelly/excel worker :25 "it's really become a really big family and a community thing. everybody is really close- knit, and it's this bond. and nobody knows what we got and through what we've gone through, and i feel like we can build each other up and gets past this
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shooting. police accuse sarah hopkins of giving guns to ford. he used those guns in the shooting. prosecutors say hopkins knew ford was a convicted felon and was not allowed to have guns. hopkins faces 10 years in prison if she's convicted. we can show you the damage after a scary ride for a school bus driver and one student. the bus nearly went down a hill...in a town just outside of pittsburgh. police say just the driver and the student were on the bus when it crashed into a guardrail. investigators say the driver misjudged a turn, hit the guardrail, and sent the bus teetering over the edge. no one was hurt, and police are not going to charge the driver, saying the crash "was want the school president
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it's all over comments made by a conservative speaker invited to the school. noted conservative ben shapiro made an appearance at cal state in los angeles thursday. the president of the college actually canceled the speech because of safety concerns. but, shapiro showed up anyway and made controversial remarks, despite protesters trying to block him. he told the crowd diversity threatens free speech, angering students who feel shapiro was being racist. now, protesters are calling for university president william covino's resignation. they are even staging a to say outrightly say problem...to bring that says: "as far as the line of thought inside of the american campus left and the american radical
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the students say this isn't the first event that made them less trusting of the
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today: partly sunny and cool. highs in the upper 40s. wind: n/sw 5-10mph. tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows in the mid 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph. sunday: clear and mild. highs in the low 60s. wind: sw 10-20mph. high pressure is ridging into our area from the gulf states, and it'll lead to a rain-free day.
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disturbance will also cross our area today...bringing a few additional clouds (especially for the 1st half of the day). sunday, a return flow of warm southerly air takes over. it'll bring mild 60s to the tidewater area to wrap up the weekend with lots of sunshine. a southerly wind will continue to dominate into the start of the workweek; so, expect 60s each day. by wednesday, the 60s continue, but a cold front moves into our area affiliated with an area of low pressure. this will bring rain back to our area...primarily on wednesday afternoon and evening. high pressure takes control again by thursday....and it gets
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john lennon. she was with him when mark david chapman shot and killed him outside their apartment building in manhattan in 19-80. ono still lives there. you'd think a fire right across the street from a fire station would be put out quickly. that's what happened in san jose -- except it wasn't put out quickly. because of budget cuts, the station didn't have the equipment to put the fire out. the fast moving fire tore through the house yesterday. take a look at it -- just shooting into the air. the fire led to more debate about budget cuts and short-staffing in san jose's fire they have paramedics here. but they really don't have the capacity to put out a fire." the fire department says they had to send an engine from a station two miles away to fight the fire. they say the engine got there just three minutes after the first call, but neighbors say the station across the street could have made a equipment.
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morning on a story we first brought you earlier this week. a woman in california is filing a lawsuit so she can stay in the house she has lived in for the last 63 years. 97-year-old marie hatch has lived in the same cottage since 19-52. her roommate georgia rothrock has been there for the last 32 years. the cottage used to be owned by a friend who hatch says promised her she could live there for life. but now, the house belongs to a distant relative of the old landlord, and he is trying to evict hatch and rothrock. he gave them less than 60 days to find a new home. but, lawyers for hatch say "a promise is a promise." s/nancy fineman/lawyer :21 "we want a resolution continuing because she's so worried that somebody sometime is gonna say, 'no you need to move out.' so we need a court of law to say no you can stay here. do not
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a third person who lives in the house has started moving out because it is easier for him to find housing. the landlord has not responded to the lawsuit. you probably won't believe what a dog survived in idaho. his owner says -- the dog got hit by 13 trains...and lived. this is loki, but his owner says he's considerring changing his name to "lucky." loki got out of his house last week. he wandered to the train tracks, and then got hit by a train. then, 12 more trains came through, and each one hit him. the conductor of the last train saw the dog and called for help. loki had a microchip so the vet could identify him quickly. he lost a leg, an eye, and his tail, but he's going to make it. rossi: "words can't even describe it. words can family." seven-thousand dollars worth of vet bills to pay.
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should a school principal be able to serve on city council? 10 on your side investigates...after some call it a conflict of interest. and, we're hearing more from victims of the tornado in waverly. plus -- to give you clear picture of just how bad the damage is...drone 10 flies overhead. more of that video ahead. when cigarette cravings hit, all i can think about is getting relief. only nicorette mini has a patented fast-dissolving formula. it starts to relieve sudden cravings fast. i never know when i'll need relief.
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good saturday morning everybody, thanks for joining us, i'm lex gray. and i'm meteorologist deitra tate. today: partly sunny and cool. highs in the upper sunday: clear and mild. highs in the low 60s. lead to a rain-free day. however, a weak upper (especially for the 1st the tidewater area to wrap up the weekend with lots of sunshine. a southerly wednesday, the 60s continue, but a cold front moves into our area affiliated with an area wednesday afternoon and
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takes control again by thursday....and it gets cooler to end the week. we're getting different views of the destruction left behind after a tornado hit waverly earlier this week. first, we sent up chopper 10. and yesterday -- drone 10 went up, and got even closer views of the damage/ drone 10 flew over homes ripped apart by the tornado. three people died in the storm....which left a nine mile path of destruction. this video helps put that into perspective for you. now -- the community has to rebuild, and people clean up their homes...or pick through what's left of them. 10 on your side spoke to tornado survivors what happened to her house. she says on wednesday --
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then within seconds, most of it was gone. jadwin lost just about everything she owns. but she's grateful that her daughter wasn't with her when the tornado hit. clip 4 -- alechia cried and i've cried and i've cried and i've what that reason is? i don't know. 3401 i'm just thankful to be here. 3404 looking at it is scary, i mean, i was in that house. 3410 the red cross is helping jadwin and other tornado victims. operation blessing also went from house to house. at homes that could be saved -- they were helping people get back into them as quickly as possible. if you'd like to help -- volunteers will gather at fresh pride in waverly at 9 a-m over the next few days. people are also cleaning up in the western part of the commonwealth.
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appomattox county. state police are keeping onlookers away -- and making sure there's clear access for emergency crews, and residents who are working to salvage their homes. volunteers are also on scene to help out as well. and-- we're hearing from a couple who rode out the tornado in tappahannock. donna and paul richardson were huddled together in a closet when the storm came through. donna says if it weren't for her husband's quick tappahannock resident 00-13 my husband heard there and i said what's that he said that is the the whole bottom of the downstairs disappeared underneath us and my husband jumped on top of me donna has a broken leg and a broken hip. essex county officials report-- the tornado destroyed at least ten homes. doctors are working to
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in the chest early this morning in newport news. it happened just before 2 a-m at the ponderosa on jefferson avenue, near briarfield road. police say a 39-year-old man from hampton was standing in the parking lot, talking to friends. he stepped away from the group to take a phone call...and that's when a single gunshot hit him in the chest. we'll keep working to find out more about this throughout our next two hours on the air. in the meantime, if you have any information that could help police, call the crime line. a parent is questioning whether a school started months ago-- when a parent complained their 11-year-old didn't get home on time from the school bus. there are many sides to this -- including a new one, from the superindent of schools. 10 on your side's brandi cummings has the story. this story began last the academy for discovery at lakewood. he went to school, but muhammed says he couldn't get answers from anyone including school princial and norfolk city councilmember tommy
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muhammad, parent - clip 9 until you find my child. 1:05:05 muhammad said police were called but by the time they arrived he'd found out that his son was put on a late bus. later that same day, michael muhammad, parent - clip 9 1:05:38 he said i got a chief goldsmith saying that the councilman siad you were as councilmember impacts his job as principal. 1:10:21 in that budget its an understnading as for the superintendent (((take this out ->generaly the school effect be voting on his bosses salary. 1:10:39 i interview in december, sot - dr. melinda boone, give up an rights as a principal becuase he's a city councilman. 3:21:25 sot - michael muhammad, relationship but i dont beleive thats the acuality. 1:10:12 minutes from a december school board meeting show muhammed took his complaint to the board. in an email, a school spokesperson said. "dr. boone initiated an investigation based on a superintendent - clip 25 have political affiliations or not the outcomes ofr all of our children. 3:21:42 sot - michael muhammad, parent - clip 9 1:10:55 i think that he presents a clear conflict
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10 on your side's brandi cummings reporting. we tried several times to contact tommy smigel for our story, but could not reach him. a spokesman for the norfolk police department told 10 on your side neither chief goldsmith or assistant chief boone would comment on the situation. the commonwealth's attorney in newport news
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justified when they shot and killed a suspect. his family reacts. mark zuckerberg is not happy with some of his employees. more about what's going on at facebook. but first, the academy awards are this weekend. a look at some of the predictions on who is going to win what this
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this year's oscars are shaping up to be a race between hollywood veterans and newcomers. nbc's mike wilber takes a look at this year's predictions. it isn't easy being the academy.... because this year the oscar showdowns are fierce! (nats: "you're going to fix it now!") kate winslet already has an oscar on the shelf, but we predict alicia vikander will beat her out for best supporting actress. (sot: marc
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film e! online) "the academy loves a newcomer everyone is loving her in the danish girl, she's going to win that oscar. however kate winslet may slip in there and take it from her out a fight. we're talking tom hardy, mark ruffalo and christian bale. but it's a seasoned vet who's crushing the competition on his way to stallone is going to be "how do you know all this?") (sot: marc malkin / managing editor film e! online) "everyone loves may not be in her favor, for award show darling ronan, charlotte rampling and cate blancett... but who's really going to beat jlaw this year? continue with the oscar for best actress." as for mauled by a bear and left deserve it but he's been doesn't win!! (sot: marc malkin / managing editor main event.... eight films are up for best picture! (sot: marc spotlight. the revenant is going to win best
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justified when they shot and killed a suspect. police say they tried talking with kawanza beaty on july 4th- but he took off. during the chase-- officers said they could see a gun, and it appeared as if he pointed it one of officers. that's when officer randy gibson fired three times-- hitting beaty in the head. those findings were released yesterday -- and beaty's family is not satisfied. 09=35:35 "i don't care what nobody said. what no like you aimed for this" heart it doesn't matter once you have the right to use deadly force you have the right to eliminate the threat" the beaty family filed a 10-million-dollar lawsuit against the city-- and they say they plan to go forward with it. criminal charges have been dropped against a navy petty officer -
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stabbing a fellow sailor. petty officer 3rd class wilbur harwell was accused of attacking petty officer 2nd class justin powell with a knife in the barracks at portsmouth medical center in june of 2014. his attorney's tell us a psychologist found him to have a lack of mental responsiblity. there will be a hearing to determine if harwell should be released or should be confined becuase he is a danger. 17-months after they disappeared, the families of missing university students in mexcio are demanding justice. the parents of the students are stepping up their calls for police officers who were arrested in connection to the case to stay in jail. the mexican government says the students were abducted by corrupt local police, working with a local drug gang. the government says the drug gang confused the students for members of a rival cartel, got police to hand over the students, and killed them. but the parents and supporters don't believe that story. outside the mexican supreme court yesterday, they called for the students to be returned
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international experts have cited deep flaws in the government's investigation and dismissed its claims that the victims' bodies were burned after being killed. a court in guatemala convicted two men for forcing women into sexual slavery. the court convicted a retired army officer and a civilian for enslavin gthe indigenous women during the country's civil war. two the two were sentenced to more than 100 years in prison. it is the first time a court in guatemala has handed down a sentence this harsh for such crimes. guatemala is seeking to address the abuses that happened during its civil war that lasted from 19-60 to 19-96. a woman from montana has tested positive for zika. the woman is nnot pregnant, so doctors say she is not at risk for any long term health complications. zika is spread through mosquioto bites, and is strongly suspected as the cause of microscephaly in babies born in south america. that causes babies to have smaller heads and brains than normal.
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reminding everyone to talk to your doctor before going to zika infected areas, especially if you are planning a family. the support for a pop singer trying to get out of her contract is growing. a group of fans protested demanding she be released from her contract with producer doctor luke. kesha says he sexually and emotionally abused her for years. doctor luke is denying the allegations. a judge denied her request to be released from her contract last week. celebrities like lady gaga and taylor swift have offered finanical support for the singer after the ruling. facebook c-e-o mark zuckerberh is not happy with some of his employees. someone scratched out "black lives matter" messages on the company's famous no-rules signature wall. zuckerburg is denouncing the behavior, calling it disrespectful and malicious. the discovery was made the same day facebook was hosting
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students for a tech careers forum. while many praised zuckerberg for calling out his employees, others are noting facebook's staff is only two percent black. an engineering student from a nearby college says getting hired by tech firms is difficult, and many new minority hires face challenges once they a part of a company like facebook. some good news for the beach along ocean view. the army corps of engineers has given a contractor an okay to proceed. a new sand berm will protect seven miles of ocean view. that big coastal storm in october washed out a good bit of the dunes. the agency couldn't say when the work will start, but it expects the project
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today: partly sunny and cool. highs in the upper 40s. wind: n/sw 5-10mph. tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows in the mid 30s. wind: sw 5-10mph. sunday: clear and mild. highs in the low 60s. wind: sw 10-20mph. high pressure is ridging into our area from the gulf states, and it'll lead to a rain-free day. however, a weak upper disturbance will also
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today...bringing a few additional clouds (especially for the 1st half of the day). sunday, a return flow of warm southerly air takes over. it'll bring mild 60s to the tidewater area to wrap up the weekend with lots of sunshine. a southerly wind will continue to dominate into the start of the workweek; so, expect 60s each day. by wednesday, the 60s continue, but a cold front moves into our area affiliated with an area of low pressure. this will bring rain back to our area...primarily on wednesday afternoon and evening. high pressure takes control again by thursday....and it gets
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monarch butterflies are making a big comeback in mexico. a lot of the butterflies make their winter homes in mexico city.
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more than three and a half times more of the insects this year than last year. the number of monarchs migrating from the u-s and canada declined in recent years before recovering in 20-14. and this winter was even better. the head of the u-s fish and wildlife service says the u-s is doing a better job introducing milkweed, a plant key to the butterflies' migration. s/ dan ashe/ us fish and wildlife service :27 us, canada). and it is a bridge that is growing stronger and stronger, abundance of the monarch butterfly that we've seen in the past. in mexico, illegal logging remains a problem for migrating buterflies. they use the cover of the predators. super tuesday is coming up quickly. but, one party has some business
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care of today. more on the south carolina primary for democrats. my computer's dying again. you'll need to email us so we can issue you a ticket. but you're right here. it's protocol. or, you can try staples tech services next day guarantee. it's fast and done right. i'll do that instead. that's not protocol marsha. in by noon, out by 5 the next day.
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the road to super tuesday brings candidates to hampton roads. more on one candidates visit -- and who else is on their way before the big primaries. drone 10 flies over the damage in waverly. how you can help people who lost everything. a parent calls out a school principal...who also serves on city council. why he calls it a conflict of interest...and why the superintendent disagrees. good saturday morning. thanks for joining us i'm lex gray. i'm meteorologist deitra

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