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DOOHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-02 published
Jack MATHER, Actor (1915-2006)
Veteran player of bit parts gave up mining coal in Alberta to become 'just about the best voice man' in movies and television
By Carol COOPER, Special to The Globe and Mail, Page S7
Many know his face but few his name. A mainstay character actor, Jack MATHER appeared as the station master in Anne of Green Gables, the drunk in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation television series King of Kensington, and the minister in Middle Age Crazy.
And while he spent a great deal of his career portraying characters on-screen, he began it by acting voices off-screen, on radio and television. As part of that, he brought puppets Dilly Dally and Flub-a-dub to life on the Canadian Howdy Doody Show.
"Jack was not only a member of the cast, he was a paramount member of the cast," said Alfie SCOPP, who played Clarabell the Clown on the show. "He was really a star in what he did. He was just about the best voice man I ever met."
The popular children's program ran for five years during the 1950s and followed the escapades of the puppet citizens of Doodyville, including its mayor, Phineas T. Bluster, and siblings Heidi and Howdy Doody. A studio audience of kids made up the Peanut Gallery, and each show began with: "Say kids, what time is it?" To which the gallery replied: "It's Howdy Doody time."
In addition to Mr. MATHER, James DOOHAN (later of Star Trek fame,) Larry MANN and Barbara HAMILTON all played key roles.
Not only did Mr. MATHER supply voices for the puppets, but he co-wrote some of the shows with Mr. SCOPP.
It was part of a career that spanned 60 years, during which Mr. MATHER made a solid living. "He was always there," Mr. MANN said. "You could depend on Jack and the Maple Leafs to entertain."
Mr. MATHER's resumé cites more than 2,000 television appearances during 13 years. He last performed, at 88, as Grandpa Max in the 2003 television movie Hunger Point. Often playing the nice guy, or the nice guy who goes mad, Mr. MATHER was particularly proud of his work in a death scene in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation series The Campbells.
So well-known did he become that, in later years, he rarely needed to look for work. Instead, the work came to him.
His late success came from early persistence. Born in an Alberta coal-mining town east of Jasper National Park, Mr. MATHER grew up the second of four children in a family that owned a coal mine. As a child, he embraced his natural surroundings and attended local schools. As a young teen, he performed as a dancer at provincial exhibitions and appeared in amateur theatre whenever he could.
With few prospects during the Depression, Mr. MATHER became a coal miner. Following his shifts, he often drove to Edmonton to perform in theatre. In the early 1940s, he received a telegram from Esse Ljungh, a radio producer and director for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio in Winnipeg (and later the national supervisor of radio drama,) asking Mr. MATHER to work for him. With a wife and two young children at home, he accepted the offer.
"He said if he'd stayed in the mines, he would have died," said Janine MATHER, Mr. MATHER's daughter.
Regular radio and television work followed, and he moved to Toronto. Another move came in 1965 when he joined the exodus of Canadian actors who left for Hollywood because they were frustrated by the favouritism shown to British and American actors. On leaving Canada, Mr. MATHER left voice acting behind.
During his eight-year stay in Tinseltown, jobs sometimes came Mr. MATHER's way because he could ride a horse. He appeared in such shows as Daniel Boone, Bonanza and Gunsmoke. As well, Mr. MATHER, a lifelong teetotaller, often portrayed a drunkard or, benefiting from his ability with accents, a Norwegian cook.
A supportive Canadian expatriot community also saw him with work in Norman Jewison films. Agents helped, too; Mr. MATHER learned of work through rushed phone calls from telephone booths.
He returned to Canada just as the film scene was beginning to pick up, and he became part of it. Along the way, he wrote a series of short stories, never published, drawn from his Hollywood experiences.
Jack MATHER was born on December 8, 1915, in Mountain Park, Alberta., now a ghost town. He died on January 25, 2006, in Toronto. He leaves his wife, Kathleen, his son Grant, daughter Janine, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A son, Lorne, and daughter, Karen, predeceased him.

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DOOHAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-25 published
JOHNSTON, James H. " Jim"
Peacefully after a lengthy illness at North York General Hospital, Toronto on Friday, April 21, 2006. Jim JOHNSTON of Toronto in his 86th year. Beloved husband of Margaret. Dear father of Keith (Barbara), Anita (Tom TITCOMBE) JOHNSTON, Dwight (Janice), and predeceased by Larry (Shirley). Dear brother of Lillian (Jim) DOOHAN, and predeceased by Doug JOHNSTON. Also survived by many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Parkway Bible Church, 77 Ivordale Cres., Scarborough for visitation on Thursday, April 27, 2006 from 10 a.m. until the time of a funeral service at 11 a.m. Interment Buttonville Cemetery. Donations to Trans World Radio would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Skwarchuk Funeral Home, Bradford 1-800-209-4803.

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DOOKIE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-07-15 published
Four homicides, one long night
Police chase leads in garage slaying of man, woman
Other victims are man who was shot, Brampton mother
By Thulasi SRIKANTHAN, Meghan HURLEY and Betsy POWELL, Staff Reporters with files from Jim WILKES
Virgilo CUEVAS often used the garage of his home for refuge, and to smoke -- and that's where he and a female "acquaintance" were shot dead, leaving Toronto police searching for a motive and the killers.
"We're still working on a couple of theories, but there's nothing concrete that I can say yet," homicide Det. Wayne FOWLER said yesterday.
CUEVAS, 31, and a 56-year-old woman were found lying on the concrete floor of the attached garage of a house near Steeles Ave. E. and Markham Rd. on Wednesday night. Police were waiting to notify next of kin yesterday before releasing the woman's identity.
Meanwhile, police on the other side of Toronto were investigating the Wednesday evening slaying of a man in his 40s, and Peel Region police were probing the death of a 31-year-old mother of two whose body was found early yesterday.
A man identified by Friends as Gerald McDONALD may have been killed over the cash he was carrying when he was shot in an apartment building on Weston Rd. near Eglinton Ave. W., a friend speculated.
"He had $1,700 in his pocket. Maybe someone knew that he cashed his cheque and that he had this money," said Nancy IANNRELLA, owner of Nancy's Bar and Grill, next to the apartment.
McDONALD had been released from jail just two hours before he was killed, she said, and had dropped into the bar before going to cash the cheque.
Police were called to the building at about 7: 23 p.m. Wednesday after someone reported hearing gunshots.
The victim died in hospital yesterday.
About 90 minutes later, in Scarborough, CUEVAS' wife, Maria, found her husband and his friend after she drove up to the house around 8: 45 p.m. Wednesday.
The garage door was partly open, and when she drove in she could see one of the bodies, FOWLER said.
She then went inside, where the couples' three young children were with their grandparents.
FOWLER said no one in the house is a suspect.
CUEVAS was home all day and had gone on his own into the garage, where he was joined by the woman.
"The purpose of her visit, I don't know," FOWLER said. She doesn't live nearby and was driven to the address. The wife knows "her husband's friend" by sight.
There was no romantic relationship, he added.
witnesses: described two men, of Asian or Filipino descent -- as were the victims -- wearing light-coloured jackets or jerseys running away from the scene.
No firearms were located.
The wife's father, who asked not to be identified, said he saw his distraught daughter early yesterday morning.
The only thing she would say was that her husband was gone. "That's all," her father said. "She was crying really hard."
The children do not really know what is going on, he said. Two of them are staying with him. "They are sad, they cannot sleep."
Neighbours say they often saw the children running around the red-brick home, cycling and spending time with their father in the backyard, where they often barbecued.
Yesterday, a shiny blue bicycle with training wheels sat on the freshly cut lawn.
"Nothing like this ever happened on this street before," said Darrell RUBIO, who has lived there for three years. He said the family held a lot of parties, and there were always people coming in and out.
Rayne DOOKIE was in her home relaxing when she thought she heard a loud noise.
"I heard a shot. I thought it was a car backfiring." She said she quickly dismissed it because she couldn't imagine anything like a murder happening in their quiet neighbourhood.
Councillor Raymond CHO was going door-to-door in his ward to reassure citizens.
"I was totally frustrated, shocked and angry, because this is a good community," he said.
Meanwhile, Peel Region saw its fourth homicide this year with the death of Malena MORALES, whose body was found in a 12th-floor Brampton apartment early yesterday.
Police found MORALES's body showing "obvious signs of trauma" when they responded to a call at about 2 a.m., said Const. Jennifer BRYER.
Homicide detectives sealed off the building, on Steeles Ave. W. near Hurontario Street, and officers canvassed other residents throughout the day.
Residents said the woman lived with a man and two children, but it was not known whether she was married.
Two boys, a 10-year-old and his younger brother, were being cared for by relatives as police searched for a male suspect.
"This used to be a good building," said a woman who has lived there 16 years.
"But it's been going downhill for the last year or so. There have been a lot of drugs and dealers and the police have been here many times."
An autopsy is planned today at the Centre of Forensic Sciences in Toronto.
The gunning-down of the man Friends called McDONALD, whom police have not officially identified, makes him the fifth homicide victim killed somewhere along Weston Rd. in just a few months.
On July 2, a 25-year-old man was gunned down outside a bar on Weston south of Rogers Rd.
Three men tried to steal the money being collected at the club's front door, police said. A second victim caught in the crossfire was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
On June 13, police found Clive McNABB, 39, stabbed to death in his Weston Rd. and Eglinton Ave. W. apartment, just steps from the scene of Wednesday's shooting.
A week before McNABB's death, 22-year-old Gabriel JARAMILLO was shot dead in the area around Weston Rd. and Lawrence Ave. E. Peyton BADIRU, 26, has been charged with second-degree murder in that case.
And at the end of March, Romaine LAWRENCE, 18, was killed when bullets tore through the window of a pizza parlour at Weston Rd. and Eglinton Ave. W.
"We've been directing our resources along that stretch of Weston Rd.," Staff Sgt. Gary MULHOLLAND, of 12 Division, said in response to a question about the cluster of homicides.
"Over the past few years we've had initiatives to lower violence and we will continue to do so."
MULHOLLAND said that while it is "unsettling for the neighbourhood," the violence mostly seems related to activities of criminals in the area. "It's not just the average citizen walking down the street."
That's little comfort to McDONALD's bar-owner friend, since he was shot steps away from where she works.
Someone came running into the bar screaming to call the police after the shooting, IANNRELLA said.
She was working when it happened and saw the victim in the hallway when she went upstairs.
"I can't sleep because I'm in such shock because it happened in my neighbourhood," IANNRELLA said.
"I know when I go home in the night I get scared."

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DOOKS o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-04-25 published
SMOOK, Anne (née STANUTZ)
Of Palmerston, passed away peacefully at Palmerston and District Hospital on Friday, April 21, 2006, in her 86th year. Beloved wife of William SMOOK for 60 years. Cherished mother of Barbara FOSTER of Palmerston, Patricia and Edward LABA of Mississauga, Dennis and Sandra SMOOK of Pickering, Gregory SMOOK and Sharon DOOKS of Virginia and Nicholas and Kathy SMOOK of Toronto. Loved Grammy of Krista and her husband Mike KEMP of Waterloo, Jonathon FOSTER and his wife Christie of Palmerston and Andrew FOSTER of Palmerston; Meghan SMOOK and Iain SMOOK; Cameron SMOOK and Natasha SMOOK; and Alec SMOOK and Sarah SMOOK. Loving Great-Grandma of Connor, Lilly and Erica. Visitation at the Heritage Funeral Home, Palmerston on Thursday evening, April 27, 2006 from 6: 00 to 9: 00 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at Saint Martin of Tours Roman Catholic Church, Drayton on Friday morning, April 28, 2006 at 10: 30 a.m. Interment Palmerston Cemetery. Parish prayers will be recited in the Funeral Home on Thursday evening at 8: 30 p.m. As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario or the Canadian National Institute for the Blind would be appreciated by the family.

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DOOL o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-05-08 published
VERBURG, Antje (DEJOODE)
The Lord took our mother Antje (DEJOODE) VERBURG to her eternal rest on Saturday, May 6, 2006 in her 92nd year. Beloved wife of the late Johannes VERBURG (1989.) Dear companion and friend of Doeke BUFFINGA. Loving mother of Peta and John BRANDERHORST of Hensall, Janie and Martin WILTS of Londesborough, Koos and Rita VERBURG of R.R.#1 Auburn, Tony and Roely VERBURG of R.R.#1 Auburn, Wilma and John Hessels of R.R.#2 Goderich, , and John and Margaret VERBURG of Londesborough. Grandmother of 22 grandchildren and 49 great-grandchildren. Dear sister of Cor BOS of Alberta, Adrianna UYL of Blyth, Freda UYL of Clinton, Jannie VANDEN DOOL, and Wim DEJOODE both of The Netherlands. Predeceased by infant grand_son (1966) and by nine sisters and brothers. Friends will be received at the Blyth Visitation Centre of the Falconer Funeral Homes, 407 Queen Street, Blyth on Monday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Funeral service will be held at the Blyth Christian Reformed Church, Blyth, on Tuesday, May 9, 2006 at 11 a.m. Interment Hope Chapel Cemetery, Hullett Twp. As expressions of sympathy memorial donations to the Clinton Public Hospital Foundation or Goderich Community Living would be greatly appreciated.

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DOOL o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-28 published
DOOL, Margaret Ethel (née ORR)
Peacefully at Leisure World, Brampton on Tuesday, January 24, 2006 at the age of 92. Predeceased by her husband John Hubert. Loving mother of Robert and his wife Marilyn. Cherished grandmother of Gail and her husband Gerry, Jeffrey and his wife Julie, Heather and her husband David and seven great-grandchildren. A private family funeral was held at Andrews Community Funeral Centre, Bramalea Chapel, 905-456-8190.

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DOOLAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-11 published
McISAAC, Yetty Margaret (SYLVESTER, née DOOLAN)
Of Mildmay, passed away at South Bruce Health Centre, Walkerton on Monday, January 2, 2006 in her 81st year. Loving mother of John, Janet, Margaret, Richard, Cathy and Gloria. Fondly remembered by many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and her great-great-grandchild. Predeceased by her parents Michael and Alice DOOLAN, her son Richard McISAAC and her husband David SYLVESTER. Yetty is a person that can be remembered by many for her kindness and generosity. Private family service. Arrangements were entrusted to the Greg Roberts Funeral Home, Mildmay.

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DOOLAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-01-23 published
CAMPBELL, Grace
On Friday January 20, 2006 at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre. Beloved wife of the late Glen CAMPBELL. Survived by her sister Louisa DOOLAN. Grace will be fondly remembered by her many nieces, nephews and their families. A service of remembrance will be held at the Trull "North Toronto" Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, 2704 Yonge Street (5 blocks south of Lawrence) on Wednesday January 25, 2006 at 11: 00 o'clock. Cremation has already taken place.

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DOOLITTLE o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.toronto_star 2006-07-11 published
Boy drowns in swollen creek
2 cousins rescued by passersby
Search on for body in another incident
By Robyn DOOLITTLE and Henry STANCU, Staff Reporters with files from Tamara CHERRY
An 8-year-old boy drowned yesterday after he and his two cousins were swept off the banks of Etobicoke Creek, despite the heroic efforts of two men who dove in to rescue the trio.
Two heavy rainstorms swelled the normally calm creek by more than half a metre and the strong currents hampered rescue efforts.
After a five-hour search-and-rescue mission, emergency crews recovered Simbarashe JOWA's body.
"A lot of them are fathers and clearly this has impacted them," said Gary JARRETT, assistant divisional chief of fire prevention.
"Please parents, watch your kids, especially during storms."
Two men walking near Avondale Shopping Centre, near Bramalea Rd. and Steeles Ave. E., noticed the three young children in the water at about 2: 45 p.m.
The first passerby dove into the violently flowing river, which had grown to nearly two metres wide, to save the trio -- Simba and his two cousins, Anna, 9, and Joseph, 12.
A second man came along a few moments later and screamed to a passing taxi to call 911, before diving into the fast-moving water during the storm.
The first passerby was able to grab the brother and sister. Despite the valiant efforts of the second man, Simba, who weighed 60 pounds, was swept away.
"I tried to save the little boy. I was just so tired. It was so strong. He slipped through my arms," the man said, turning away in tears, too upset to speak anymore when reached later in the night.
The man did not want his name used.
His wife said he had been walking to a store in the plaza when he saw the children. "He's devastated. I keep telling him, 'You did all you could do,'" she said.
Friends and family gathered at the family's Addington Cres. home, just steps from the creek where the youngster drowned. Simba attended nearby Aloma Public School where he had just finished Grade 2.
"It's just like a dream and I'm hoping to wake up so this won't happen," cried the boy's aunt Stacy PADMORE. The aunt said the brother and sister were visiting from Brantford.
"The kids were in the backyard playing and they never go anywhere alone. I should've been with them," the aunt said. "I can only imagine what my sister is going through," she added.
The family realized something was wrong when Anna saw her brother waving from the creek.
"He was saying, 'Simba was drowning,'" Anna said. "They were waiting for the water to slow down so they could jump over to the other side but Simba slipped."
The girl said she ran to the park where she tried to help. That's when the brother and sister both ended up in the water before they were rescued.
Emergency crews later set up a command post at a nearby bridge. At 7: 20 p.m., about 200 metres south of the bridge, rescue personnel discovered the boy among tall reeds on the east side of the bank where the creek bends. Crews began cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and he was taken to Peel Memorial Hospital.
Simba's mother, Nyaradzo JOWA, 31, broke down in tears when she heard the body had been found and taken to hospital. Along with husband, Edmore, they went to identify him.
Later last night, emergency crews were called to Queens Quay W., just east of Bay Street, where two men had tried to save a man who had been screaming for help.
Kelly SAJONIA and her husband, both visiting from Maryland, were returning to the nearby Westin hotel with their two young daughters about 10 p.m. when they heard people yelling that someone was in the water. SAJONIA's husband, who asked not to be named, and another man jumped in to search.
"My husband was diving for bubbles," said SAJONIA, as her husband, a former U.S. Navy diver, gave a statement to police.
The man is believed to have drowned and police continued their search last night.

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DOORELEYERS o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-02-09 published
HYMERS, Michelle Crystal " Shelley"
Of Nairn -- at University Hospital, London on Monday, February 6, 2006. Michelle Crystal "Shelley" HYMERS in her 36th year. Loved fiancé of Tim DOORELEYERS of Nairn. Dear daughter of Douglas HYMERS of R.R.#1, Gowanstown and the late Donna HYMERS. Granddaughter of Mrs. Vi HYMERS of Harriston and god-daughter of Percy and Bev CAUDLE of Listowel. Niece of Shirley HORTON of Fergus, Larry and Carol HYMERS of Waterloo and Robbie-Lynn and Ron CLARK of New Hamburg, Ruby and Lloyd WICK of Listowel, Winnie and Elroy DETWEILLER of Palmerston, Merle and Herb KELLER of Kitchener, Calvin and Carolyn WHETHAM of Hillsburg, George and Sandra WHETHAM of Harriston and Harold and Nancy WHETHAM of Mount Forest. Remembered by Margo LANCE of Ottawa and by Tim's family. Predeceased by her grandparents, Mel HYMERS and Carrie, Helen and Hal WHETHAM. Friends may call at the Hardy-Lee Funeral Home, Harriston on Friday from 2: 00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. where the funeral service will be held on Saturday, February 11 at 2: 00 p.m. Interment in Harriston Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals or the Humane Society would be appreciated.

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DOORN o@ca.on.middlesex_county.london.london_free_press 2006-03-12 published
SPIERING, Dirk " Dick"
At his residence on Friday, March 10, 2006, Dirk "Dick" SPIERING of Elgin Manor, Saint Thomas in his 76th year. Beloved husband of Shirley (TITUS) (CROSBY) SPIERING and the late Adriana (LEEFLANG) SPIERING (1999.) Dear father of Peter SPIERING and wife Sue of Aylmer and Alida "Alice" LECERF and husband Leonard of Vernon, British Columbia and father-in-law of Evelyn SPIERING of Saint Thomas. Loving grandfather of Chris, Sherry and husband Nate, Jessica, Pieter Jr., Jennifer and husband Matt, Greg and wife Tammy, Angie, Pamela, Doug Jr., Danielle, Heather, Matthew and Michael. Also survived by 5 great-grandchildren, a brother and a sister in the Netherlands and a number of nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his sons Robert and Rene SPIERING. Born in Rotterdam, The Netherlands on October 15, 1930 son of the late Arie and Alida (VAN DOORN) SPIERING. Dirk worked for Auto Haulway, Saint Thomas for many years and was a member of the Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, Saint Thomas. He was an avid Golfer. Friends may call at the H.A. Kebbel Funeral Home, Aylmer on Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. The funeral service will be held at the Fellowship Christian Reformed Church, 641 Elm Street, Saint Thomas (Elm Street at Manor Road) on Monday, March 13, 2006 at 11: 00 a.m. Interment at Arkona Cemetery will be held on Monday at 2: 30 p.m. Rev. Tom BAIRD, officiating. Donations to the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated. On-line condolences can be made at kebbelfuneralhome.com

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DOOTJES o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-03-04 published
McFALLON, " Norman" Roger
Died, peacefully, February 28th at the Chinook Hospice in Calgary after a valiant struggle with cancer. His death is deeply mourned by his sons Andrew (Corina DOOTJES) and Robert (Kathryn MARTIN,) his first wife and friend, Noreen GREIG and his grandchildren Cobie, Gwen, Jacob and Elizabeth-all bright spots in his life. Survived by his loving spouse Elaine McFALLON, he is also sadly missed by his faithful canine companion Chester who loved him unconditionally! Roger was born in England June 23rd, 1930, the eldest of four children. He was a member of the Royal Air Force and worked for Marks and Spencer where he met his first wife, Noreen. In 1967 he emigrated to Canada with Noreen settling in Winnipeg where he enjoyed a distinguished retail career with Eaton's that spanned over a decade and took Roger West eventually settling in Edmonton. After leaving Eaton's in the mid-80s, Roger formed his own successful business until his retirement in the 90s. In retirement, he reinvented himself as a writer, living out his best days at Farkham Hall-an acreage on the outskirts of Caroline, Alberta. While in Winnipeg, he relished his stint as President of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra in the 70s witnessing many of the exciting transformations to the organization during that time. Of his many passions, he generously regaled to those closest his love of books (especially biographies), opera, classical music, film, travel, photography and writing. Many thanks extended to the caring and professional staff at the Chinook Hospice. He leaves behind a legacy of a life well lived and well loved.

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