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Jodie Foster (1962-), American actress, director and producer.

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I am having a hard time finding biographical details on her mother. Some details are repeated many times in various sources, but other details, that one would expect to find, are just missing. If you have details on her mother, that I do not have, please let me know.

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Jodie Foster

Alicia Christian "Jodie" Foster was born 19 Nov, 1962 in Los Angeles County, California, the youngest daughter of four children born to Lucius Fisher Foster III and his wife Evelyn Ella "Brandy" Almond. Her father, was an Air Force colonel who later became a real-estate agent. Lucius already had three children with a previous wife when he met Brandy in 1954 and married her impetuously in Tijuana. Lucius and Brandy had been divorced for some time before she was born. Her brother Buddy explains Jodie's conception as the result of a brief re-encounter between their parents some time after the divorce. Jodie's mother supported the family by working for a film producer, and later in public relations. Both Jodie's parents briefly married other people.

Jodie's brother Lucius "Buddy" Foster was a child-star, most well-known in his television roles as "Johnny Dow" in 17 episodes of "Hondo" in 1967; and as "Mike Jones" in 29 episodes of Mayberry, R.F.D. from 1968 to 1971.

Although [Jodie] Foster's first acting appearance was at three years old, her first significant role came in 1976 as an underage prostitute in Taxi Driver, receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. After becoming a star, Jodie attended school at the prestidious Lycee Francais.
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She won an Oscar for Best Actress in 1988 for playing a rape survivor in The Accused. In 1991, she starred in The Silence of the Lambs as Clarice Starling, a gifted FBI trainee, assisting in a hunt for a serial killer. This performance received international acclaim and her second Oscar for Best Actress." ("Jodie Foster", permanent-link on Wikipedia)

Jodie Foster met her long-term partner Cydney Bernard (b. 1953) in 1993/4 on the set of the film Sommersby. They have been living together for the past 14 years. After long speculation about her sexuality, Jodie finally came out Dec 2007. Jodie has two sons, but has deflected questions about who their father(s) might be.

In 1997, her brother Buddy Foster, wrote a book Foster Child, which purports to be a biography of Jodie Foster, but has been called a biography of the entire Foster family. The book discusses many events growing up in his family. He paints his mother in a villainous way, especially stating that she spent all his career earnings, and when Jodie became a star, the rest of the family suffered some neglect.

Sources for 1

Lucius Fisher Foster

Lucius Fisher Foster III was born about 1922/3 in Colorado (possibly in Denver), the son of Lucius Foster and his wife Constance Richardson. This entry in the Ancestry World Tree claims his parents married in Denver. His mother remarried in 1928/9 to Leslie B Irwin, an investment securities salesman. Robert Battle states that Leslie's middle name was "Bessel". An article in the magazine She Australia excepted here states that "Lt Col Lucius Fisher Foster III, [was] a former Battle of Britain fighter (this battle fought 10 July 1940 – 31 October 1940), and one of the most highly decorated fliers in the US airforce." This last fact is doubtful and needs firm evidence. Such an event would have been widely published and I'm just not finding that. Jodie Foster is quoted in that article stating that she has only met her father about three times.

In 1946, "Lucius Fisher Foster" is shown in the Voter's Registration living at the same Los Angeles address as his mother Constance. In October 1952, Lucius was living in Boise, Idado since he gave this as his home address when he was then returning from Manila. This might have been where he was living, when this article states that Lucius "...already had three kids from a previous marriage. In 1954, he met a pretty young woman named Evelyn "Brandy" Almond at a fencing club and married her impetuously during a trip to Tijuana, Mexico."

Lucius and Brandy lived in Los Angeles where they had four children, the youngest of whom was the actress Jodie Foster. They divorced and they each married and divorced other people in the Los Angles area.

Buddy Foster states that Lucius and Brandy had split up in 1959, and that Jodie was conceived when their mother went to Lucius to plead for child-support money. Buddy's alledges that Lucius demanded sex for the payment and that is how Jodie was conceived in 1962.

When Buddy Foster's book on his sister was released, Entertainment Weekly did a review dated 1997, in part stating that Lucius was then living, aged 75. Lucius was apparently yet living as late as 2003, when his name appears online in a few comments that he evidently posted to various forums.

Primary Sources for 2

  • New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 showing : "Restricted Personnel Roster, Aquitania, Oct 4, 1945, For Reception Station Fort McArthur, California. Lucius F Foster III, Capt, 532 S Arden Blvd, Los Angeles, Calif." While a footnote on this document states : "Capt Lucius F Foster... AC is designated Officer in charge and Custodian of Records for Reception Sta Gp RE 6047-A-20, from present station until relieved by competent auth in the U.S." Turning to page one of this roster we see here that they were sailing out of Southampton, England leaving Sep 28, 1945
  • California Birth Index 1905-95 showing for father Foster, and mother Almond : "Lucinda Courtney Foster born 26 Oct 1954, Constance Elizabeth Foster born 30 Oct 1955, Lucius F Foster born 12 Jul 1957, Alicia C Foster born 19 Nov 1962." All born in Los Angeles County.
  • "Owners of 4 Lots Protest City Bid to Change Zoning", Valley News (Van Nuys, CA), Nov 29, 1960 : "Lucius Foster, representing owners of three of the lots, argued multiple dwellings would be the best usage for the property:
    'We have seen the drift of industry to the West Valley, employing a large amount of electronics personnel. It is hard for many of these people to maintain their own homes since many only stay here for three to five years. Homes are expensive in this area — the Woodland Hills foreclosure rate is the fifth highest in Southern California. We would suffer a considerable loss of this property if it should be rezoned to R-1. It is close to the freeway and well suited for apartment development."

Evelyn Ella Almond

Evelyn Ella "Brandy" Almond was born about 1927/8 ("age 41" Aug 1969). Robert Battle reports that Evelyn was born in the Bronx, New York. Here the International Who's Who of Women calls Jodie's mother "Eileen". An article in Rolling Stone states that Brandy was "...Born in the Bronx to a strict German family, [and] raised in Rockford, Illinois." Jodie Foster, in that same article, speaking of her mother states: "She's an only child, and she doesn't like to be around people that much."

Sometime before 1952, she moved to the Los Angeles area, where she met Lucius Foster. This article states that Lucius "...already had three kids from a previous marriage. In 1954, he met a pretty young woman named Evelyn "Brandy" Almond at a fencing club and married her impetuously during a trip to Tijuana, Mexico." They had four children, all born in Los Angeles County, the oldest being Lucinda Courtney Foster born Oct 26, 1954, and the youngest being the actress Jodie Foster. They divorced, both remarrying other people and then divorcing, in the Los Angeles area. It has been stated that Brandy was a film producer, although it's also possible that she merely worked for a film producer. These connections possibly explain how both Buddy and Jodie became child stars.

An article in She Australia excepted here states that Brandy and her live-in lover Josephine Dominguez "Aunt Jo" brought up the four siblings, and that Alicia Christine Foster was called "Jodie" after her mother's lover "Jo. D." This article is evidently quoting this statement from Buddy Foster's biography of his sister.

Sources for 3

  • "Jodie Foster", research by Robert Battle
  • California Birth Index 1905-95 showing for father Foster, and mother Almond : "Lucinda Courtney Foster born 26 Oct 1954, Constance Elizabeth Foster born 30 Oct 1955, Lucius F Foster born 12 Jul 1957, Alicia C Foster born 19 Nov 1962." All born in Los Angeles County.
  • California Divorce Index, 1966-1984 showing : "Billy R Bransom, age 33 vs Evelyn E Almond, age 41, married in 1966, preliminary Aug 1969, Los Angeles City"

Lucius Fisher Foster II

Lucius Fisher Foster II was born Oct 30, 1898 in Denver, Arapahoe County, Colorado to Alexis C Foster, a native of Tennessee and his wife Alice from Illinois. It's possible that he is that same Lucius F Foster who is listed here as "Chief Q M [quarter-master], U S Navy, Denver". About 1920 or 1921, possibly in Denver, he married Constance Marie Robertson, a native of Tennessee, whose family had moved to Denver about 1909.

By 1926, Lucius and Constance had moved to Chicago. They had two children Courteney and Lucius, but either they divorced or he died by 1929 as she appears in the Los Angeles census in 1930 re-married, with her children listed as her new husband's step-children.

Meanwhile it appears that Lucius moved to the New York area where a "Lucius F Foster" is listed as a real estate agent. When his father Alexis died in 1945, Lucius was listed surviving him, and then a member of the WPB in Washington.

Sources for 4

  • 1900 Census of Denver, Arapahoe County, Colorado showing : "Alexis C Foster, Head, Apr 1868, 32, married two years TN/TN/TN, Merchant of Credit - Dry Goods, Rents home; Alice F, wife, Apr 1874, 26, married 2 years, mother of 1, 1 living, IL/WI/NY; Lucius F, son, Oct 1898, CO/TN/IL; Claudine Plagman, servant, May 1867, 33, IA/Germany/Germany"
  • New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 showing, arriving on the S S Belgenland, from Boulognes, leaving 12 June 1926, arriving at New York 20 Jun 1926, Lucius Foster, 28, born Denver, Col 30 Oct 1898, resident of 343 S Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL and Constance Marie Foster, 25, born at Paris, Tennessee 28 Aug 1900, resident of 343 S Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL

Constance Marie Robertson

Constance Robertson was born about 1902/3 in Tennessee, the daughter of Samuel Richard Robertson by his wife Martha Elizabeth Hughes. By about 1909, the family had moved to Denver, Colorado, where they appear in the 1910 Census and where her father was admitted to the bar in 1913. About 1919/21 she married Lucius Foster, probably in Denver, and they had two surviving children: Courtenay and Lucius Jr both born in Colorado. They were probably married by the time of the 1920 census, as she does not appear that year in the household of her parents in Denver. By 1926, she and Lucius are living in Chicago.

About 1928/9 she remarried to Leslie B Irvin (1901-78) as his first wife. Leslie was an investment security salesman, born in Illinois. The family appears in the 1930 census in Los Angeles, California.

Constance and Leslie were divorced by 1936 when he appears as "single" on a ship manifest. Constance married lastly to a Mr Gerst, he is possible the Louis Gerst who appears living with her in the 1952 Voter Registration Rolls. She appears as "Mrs Constance Gerst, but her husband if he is living with her, is not registered in the Voter's Registration in 1944 living at 532 S Arden Blvd. Note that this is the same address used above by her son Lucius in 1946. By 1952 she is appearing at 805 S Windsor Blvd with Louis Gerst at the same address. A Louis Gerst born 1894 NY, died 1959 Los Angeles appear in the California Death Index, which is possibly him.

Constance died 25 Oct 1955 in Los Angeles County as "Mrs Constance Gerst".

Sources for 5

  • 1910 Census of Denver, Denver County, Colorado showing : "Samuel R Richardson, 32, married first time, 10 years ago, TN/KY/TN, Broker, Real Estate, owns home; Elizabeth H 28, married first time, 10 years ago, MS/TN/MS; Marie C 9 TN; Louanna H 7 TN; Samuel R 5 TN"
  • World War I Draft Registration Cards showing : "Leslie Bessell Irvin, 2 Mar 1900, Student at the University of Minnesota, Father: George [?] R Irvin of St Paul, registered at St Paul, Rumsey County, Minnesota, 12 Sep 1918"
  • New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 showing, arriving on the S S Belgenland, from Boulognes, leaving 12 June 1926, arriving at New York 20 Jun 1926, Lucius Foster, 28, born Denver, Col 30 Oct 1898, resident of 343 S Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL and Constance Marie Foster, 25, born at Paris, Tennessee 28 Aug 1900, resident of 343 S Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL
  • 1930 Census of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California showing : "Leslie B Irvin 30, married first at 29, IL/IL/IL, Salesman, Investment Securities; Constance R Irvin 27, married first at 17, TN/TN/VA; Courteney Foster, step-daughter, 8, CO; Lucius F Foster Jr 7 stepson CO"
  • Index to Register of Voters, Los Angeles, 1936 showing : "Leslie B Irvin, 6515 Wilshire Blvd, Apt 8, Salesman, R[epublican]"
  • Border Crossings from Canada to US, 1895-1956, British Columbia manifest, Dec 1936, R.M.M.S. Aorangi, sailing from Honolulu, Dec 18, 1936, arriving at Victoria, BC, Dec 25, 1936, Leslie B Irvin, 36, Male, Single, born Macomb, IL, 2 Mar 1900, residence 160 S Gramercy Place, Los Angeles, CA"
  • California Voter Registrations, 1900-1968 showing :
    • "Los Angeles City, 1944, Mrs Constance Gerst, 532 S Arden Blvd, manufacturer, D[emocrat]"
    • "Los Angeles City, 1946, Mrs Constance Gerst, 532 S Arden Blvd, D[emocrat]"
    • "Los Angeles City, 1948, Mrs Constance Gerst, 532 S Arden Blvd, D[emocrat]"
    • "Los Angeles City, 1952, Mrs Constance R Gerst, 805 S Windsor Blvd, R[epublican]; also same address Louis Gerst, R[epublican]"
  • California Death Index, 1940-97 showing : "Constance Gerst, born 28 Aug 1901 TN, died 25 Oct 1955 Los Angeles County, CA. Father Hughes, Mother Robertson"

Mr Almond

Mrs Almond

Alexis Caldwell Foster

Alexis C Foster was born 25 Jul 1867, in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee, the son of Turner J Foster. His obituary states that "as a young man" he moved to Denver, and he was certainly there in 1895 when he appears in a directory that year as the manager of the credit department of Daniels & Fisher. In 1898, possibly in Denver, he married Alice Eddy Fisher, a native of Illinois. They appear in the 1900 Census in Denver where Alexis is a "Merchant of Credit".

By 1902, Alexis was cashier at the Daniels Bank. In 1920 he was elected President of the Bankers Trust Company of Denver. In 1917, he lists his occupation as "Investment Banking", and in 1924 as "banking". The next year, listing his address as the "U.S. National Bank of Denver". His obituary states that he became Vice-President of this bank, but does not specify the year.

In 1928 he lists his address as "44 Wall Street, New York". Around this time, he and Alice moved to Ossining, New York in tony Westchester County, where they are listed in the 1930 census, with a house then worth $200,000, and his occupation as "Proprietor Investment Bank". Since this was 1930, that house must have been effectively a palace.

In 1936, he is listed living in Scarsdale. Alexis Caldwell Foster died in 30 Apr 1945 at the Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville, New York, but while a resident of Scarsdale, per his obituary published in the New York Times. His obituary describes him as a "Senior executive" of the Calvin Bullock banking firm, which he had joined in 1930.

Primary Sources for 8

  • Ballenger & Richards Denver City Directory
    • for the year 1895 showing : "Alexis C Foster, with Denver Hdw Mfg Co, rms 229 14th"
    • for the year 1896 showing : "Alexis C Foster (Foster, Reynolds & Co), rms Denver Athletic Club"
    • for the year 1898 showing : "Alexis C Foster, mgr credit dept Daniels & Fisher, r 1429 Pennsylvania av."
    • for the year 1899 showing : "Alexis C Foster, mgr retail credit dept Daniels & Fisher, r 1951 Logan av."
    • for the year 1900 showing : "Alexis C Foster, creditman Daniels & Fisher, r 1405 Downing av."
    • for the year 1901 showing : "Alexis C Foster, credit man Daniels & Fisher, r 1405 Downing av."
    • for the year 1902 showing (page 41) : "The Daniels Bank; William Cooke Daniels, President; William C Weaver, Vice-President; Alexis C Foster, Cashier. 1119 Sixteenth Street"
      • (page 419) : "Alexis C Foster (large type), cashier The Daniels Bank, 1119 16th, r 1405 Downing av."
  • 1900 Census of Denver, Arapahoe County, Colorado showing : "Alexis C Foster, Head, Apr 1868, 32, married two years TN/TN/TN, Merchant of Credit - Dry Goods, Rents home; Alice F, wife, Apr 1874, 26, married 2 years, mother of 1, 1 living, IL/WI/NY; Lucius F, son, Oct 1898, CO/TN/IL; Claudine Plagman, servant, May 1867, 33, IA/Germany/Germany"
  • 1910 Census of Denver, Denver County, Colorado showing : "Alexis C Foster, head, 42, married first time, 12 years ago, TN/AL/TN, banking, bank, owns home; Alice F, wife, 34, married first time, 12 years ago, mother of 4, 3 living, IL/WI/NY, no occupation; Lucius F, son 10, CO/TN/IL; Katherine L, daughter, 8 (or 3 ?), CO/TN/IL; Cynthia B, daughter, 2, CO/TN/IL; Sarah S Beatty, servant, 35, England/Ireland/Ireland, housemaid, private family; Mary S Craig, servant, 42, WI/Scotland/Ireland, nurse, private family"
    • Note: Living next door is John Foster, 49, TN a physician, probably brother of Alexis
  • US Passport Applications, 1795-1925 showing : "Colorado, Denver County" stamped "5 Feb 1917", "Alexis Caldwell Foster, born at Nashville, Tennessee 25 Jul 1867, father Turner J Foster born at Franklin Tenn; resident of Denver, Colorado; occupation: Investment Banking", applying to visit the countries of "Panama, Jamaica, Cuba, for pleasure", intends to leave on the "Heredia, sailing from New Orleans, LA on 14 Feb 1917", signed "31 Jan 1917"
  • New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 showing : "On the S S Arcadian, sailing from Bermuda 2 Jan 1924, arriving at New York 4 Jan 1924; Alexis Foster, 55, born 25 Jul 1867 Nashville, Tenn; Alice L Foster, 48, born 19 Apr 1875 Chicago, Ill; Katharine Foster, 17, born 12 Dec 1906 Denver Col; Cynthia Foster, 15, born 10 Apr 1908 Denver Col; Florence Whitehead, 15, born 10 May 1908 Denver Col; all living at 3800 So. University Ave., Denver Col"
  • US Passport Applications, 1795-1925 showing : "Colorado, Denver County", stamped "8 May 1924", "Alexis Caldwell Foster, born Nashville, Tennessee, 25 Jul 1867, father Turner S Foster born in Franklin, Tennessee; I reside in Denver, occupation banking", applies to visit "England, France, for travel, leaving on the Franconia, 31 May 1924 from New York"
  • New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 showing : "On the S S Leviathan, sailing from Southampton, 5 Aug 1924, arriving at New York, 12 Aug 1924, Alexis C Foster, 57, married, born Nashville, Tenn, 21 Jul 1867, Address: U S National Bank Denver Colo"
  • New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 showing : "On the S S Homeric, sailing from Cherbourg, 3 Aug 1928, arriving at New York, 15 Aug 1928, Alexis Foster, 61, born 25 Jul 1867, Nashville, Tenn; Alice Foster, born 19 Apr 1877 Chicago Ill; of 44 Wall Street, New York"
  • 1930 Census of Ossining, Westchester County, New York showing : "Alexis Foster, head, owns home, $200,000, 62, married, first at age 30, TN/TN/TN, Proprietor, Investment Bank; Alice F, wife, 53, married, first at age 19, IL/MA/NY, no occupation"
  • New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 showing : "On the S S Majestic, sailing from Southampton 3 Feb 1936, arriving at New York 19 Feb 1936, Alexis C Foster, born 25 Jul 1867 Nashville Tenn, of 14 Cartasen Road, Scarsdale, NY"
  • New York Times, 1 May 1945, pg 23 "Alexis C Foster — Executive of the Calvin Bullock Banking Firm Dies at 77 — Bronxville, NY, April 30 — Alexis C Fisher of 3 Lockwood Road, Scarsdale, a senior executive of the Calvin Bullock banking firm at 1 Wall Street, New York, died here today in the Lawrence Hospital at the age of 77. &mash; Born in Nashville, Tenn., as a young man he moved to Denver and there became cashier of the Daniels Bank, and vice president of its successor, the United States National Bank of Denver. Later he was a member of Sweet, Causey & Co., investment bankers, and in 1920 was elected president of the Bankers Trust Company of Denver. Since 1930 he had been with the Calvin Bullock. — Mr. Foster was a member of the Knollwood Country Club. — He leaves a widow, who was Alice Eddy Fisher of Chicago at their marriage in 1898; a son, Lucius F. Foster, an official of the WPB in Washington, and two daughters, Katharine Louise Foster and Mrs. Paul Wolf, wife of Colonel Wolf, commanding officer of Hill Field, Utah."

Secondary sources for 8

  • BGMI showing : "Foster, Alexis Caldwell (1867-1945)", in Who Was Who in America. A companion biographical reference work to Who's Who in America. Volume 2, 1943-1950. Chicago: A.N. Marquis Co., 1963. (WhAm 2)
  • "Alexis Caldwell Foster", An Extended Family, by George Larson II, geolarson2@gmail.com, hosted at the Ancestry World Tree Project

Alice Fisher

Sources

  • 1900 Census of Denver, Arapahoe County, Colorado showing : "Alexis C Foster, Head, Apr 1868, 32, married two years TN/TN/TN, Merchant of Credit - Dry Goods, Rents home; Alice F, wife, Apr 1874, 26, married 2 years, mother of 1, 1 living, IL/WI/NY; Lucius F, son, Oct 1898, CO/TN/IL; Claudine Plagman, servant, May 1867, 33, IA/Germany/Germany"
  • 1910 Census of Denver, Denver County, Colorado showing : "Alexis C Foster, head, 42, married first time, 12 years ago, TN/AL/TN, banking, bank, owns home; Alice F, wife, 34, married first time, 12 years ago, mother of 4, 3 living, IL/WI/NY, no occupation; Lucius F, son 10, CO/TN/IL; Katherine L, daughter, 8 (or 3 ?), CO/TN/IL; Cynthia B, daughter, 2, CO/TN/IL; Sarah S Beatty, servant, 35, England/Ireland/Ireland, housemaid, private family; Mary S Craig, servant, 42, WI/Scotland/Ireland, nurse, private family"
    • Note: Living next door is John Foster, 49, TN a physician, probably brother of Alexis

Samuel Richard Robertson

Sources for 10

Elizabeth Martha Hughes

Elizabeth Martha Hughes was born Jul 4, 1882. On Aug 24, 1899 she married Samuel Richard Robertson and by about 1909 they had moved to Denver, Colorado, where he went into law practice, being admitted to the bar in 1913.

Elizabeth and Samuel had three children. He died in Denver, but she died Oct 13, 1955 at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, California.

Secondary sources for 11

  • This entry in the Ancestry World Tree, by anonymous, showing Elizabeth Martha Hughes, born 4 Jul 1882, died 13 Oct 1955 in Santa Monica, CA. Married Samuel Richard Robertson 24 Aug 1899 in Jackson, TN. Showing one child Louanna Harris Robertson born 28 Jun 1902 in Jackson, TN, married Harry Carlson in Denver, Colorado.
  • This entry in the Ancestry World Tree, by anonymous showing same as above, plus died at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, cremated Chapel of the Pinan, and born Iuka, MS. Husband's entry shows he was an attorney, moved to Denver about 1909, admit to bar 1913

Lineal Ascent

The below is an unsourced view from OneWorldTree

  • Constance Robertson
  • Samuel Richard Robertson 1878-1944
  • Louanna Noble Harris 1849-99
  • Elizabeth Ann Dewitt 1821-1849

Continuation A

Through Elizabeth Dewitt's father:

  • Washington J Dewitt 1799-1852
  • Harris Dewitt 1756-1829
  • Martin Dewitt 1720-1793
  • Charles Dewitt 1683-1741
  • William Dewitt 1637-1658

Continuation B

Through Elizabeth Dewitt's mother:

  • Mary E Bearden 1803-89
  • Richard Bearden 1770-1845
  • Benjamin Bearden 1748-1821
  • Lettice Winn 1723-1797
  • Minor Winn 1704-78
  • Minor Winn 1668-1730
  • John Winn 1627-1694
    • Note: the connection of John Winn who appears in Westmoreland, as a son of Owen Wynne below is probably incorrect.
  • Owen Wynne 1586-1660
  • John Wynn 1553-1626
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