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Deep Space Nine List of Lists Nov.07/1993
Star Trek DSN List of Lists
compiled by Mark Holtz
(Revised November 7, 1993)
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This is the Star Trek DSN List of Lists. It contains a listing of all the
episodes for "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" TV series, plus some added notes.
(Due to length considerations, there is a separate TOS/TAS, Movies, and TNG
List of Lists). Due to my class schedule, I am only able to update the lists
when I get the chance.
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enjoyment of "Star Trek", and the wealth of information from fellow Star Trek
fans who post on the electronic networks. After being irritated by the
ever-constant requests for episode lists on Usenet, I decided in the middle of
1990 to post a list of episodes on a regular basis. It soon grew from that,
and, with the contributions of other people, these lists grew to what you see
today. (And they're still growing). The only payment I ask is thanks and
contributions. I am not making a dime off these compilations.
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that were specifically implemented for making linked lists. A linked list is a
list that points to either another list or a piece of data. In the instruction
manuals I read, these were referred to as "lists of lists" (unless, of course,
the linked list pointed only to data). (Thanks to Paul Hoffman)
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Table of Contents
Upcoming Episode Information
Major Species Appearance
Ranks and Insignia
Did You Know...
Upcoming Episode Information
REMEMBER: All information presented below is rumor mill information, and is
subject to error!
Sat. Date Week Of Episode Title
========= ============= ======================================================
Nov 6 93 Nov 8-Nov 14 Rules of Acquisition
Nov 13 93 Nov 15-Nov 21 Necessary Evil
Nov 20 93 Nov 22-Nov 28 Second Sight
Nov 27 93 Nov 29-Dec 5 Sanctuary
Dec 4 93 Dec 6-Dec 12 [Part One] The Homecoming *>REPEAT<*
Dec 11 93 Dec 13-Dec 19 [Part Two] The Circle *>REPEAT<*
Dec 18 93 Dec 20-Dec 26 [Part Three] The Siege *>REPEAT<*
Dec 25 93 Dec 27-Jan 2 The Passenger *>FIRST SEASON REPEAT<*
Jan 1 94 Jan 3-Jan 9 [Unknown, probably Invasive Procedures]
John DeLancie will be appearing on Time Trax on or around the week of November
QVC will be airing "The Star Trek Universe" with guest host Walter Koenig on
Thursday, November 18th from 9-11 PM ET/6-8 PM PT.
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (DS9) is slated for 25 episodes this season. The
entire cast has returned.
Rules of Acquisition - A Ferengi female who has defied the law and disguised
herself as a male risks it all when she falls in love with Quark. A new race
of "alien adversaries" will appear from the other side of the wormhole. The
new enemy are tentatively called "the Dominion."
Necessary Evil - An attack on Quark's life brings Odo face to face with a
five-year-old unsolved murder -- for which Kira was a prime suspect. This
episode will heavily feature Odo, partially because he was hardly seen in the
first seven episodes.
Second Sight - Sisko falls in love for the first time since his wife's death,
but the object of his affections may not be all that she seems.
Sanctuary - Kira is torn whan a displaced alien race arrives on Deep Space
Nine and claims Bajor as its people's legendary homeland.
"Duet" will have repercussions in DS9's 2nd Season.
There is talk, but nothing firm, of Guinan having a son who turns out to be a
bartender working for Quark. Also, Morn will be returning in the second
Wil Wheaton MIGHT appear in a DSN story as Wesley Crusher.
Colm Meany was absent for three episodes due to the filming of "Snapper". He
will also appear in "In to the West".
The producers are planning on doing some 2-part and 3-part storys in future
"Picture a place on the edge of infinite possibility. Envision a launching pad
into the vast unknown. Imagine a project so ambitious, so awe-inspiring, it
could come from only one source. Presenting a new outpost on the far reaches
on the final frontier. You're looking at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine... but
what you're really seeing is the future of television" - Electronic Media
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine
Avery Brooks - Commander Benjamin Sisko
Rene Auberjonois - Odo
Siddig El Fadil - Dr. Julian Bashir
Terry Farrell - Lt. Jadzia Dax
Cirroc Lofton - Jake Sisko
Colm Meaney - Miles Edward O'Brien
Armin Shimerman - Quark
Nana Visitor - Major Kira Nerys
[A recurring guest is a guest star who can reappear on the station as a
Rosalind Chao - Keiko O'Brien
Aron Eisenberg - Nog
Max Grodenchik - Rom
Hana Hatae - Molly O'Brien
Philip Anglim - Vedek Bareil (In The Hands of the Prophets, The Circle, The
John DeLancie - "Q" (Q Less)
Louise Fletcher - Vedek Winn (In The Hands of the Prophets, The Circle, The
Frank Langella - Minister Jaro (Homecoming, The Circle, The Siege)
Barbara March - Lursa (Past Prologue)
Camille Saviola - Kai Opaka (Emissary, Battle Lines)
Wallace Shawn - Grand Nagus Zek (The Nagus, Rules of Acquisition)
Gwynyth Walsh - B'Etor (Past Prologue)
KEY: Eps. - Episode Number according to Paramount Count.
Sat. Date - The Saturday in which the episode is first sent via satellite to
the various stations
Week Of - Paramount's Official Week-Of for TNG broadcast
PCode - Production Code Number
Stardate - First given stardate in episode (if known)
Episode Title - Name of the episode. ;)
Eps. Sat. Date Week Of PCode Stardate Episode Title
==== ========= ============= ===== ======== ==================================
1&2. Dec 30 92 Jan 4-Jan 10 46379.1 Emissary
On a distant outpost at the edge of the final frontier, an untested crew
embarks on an unprecedented journey in the two-hour series premiere of STAR
TREK: DEEP SPACE NINE. [As a new crew takes over an abandoned Cardassian
space station orbiting above Bajor, an artificial wormhole opens up and
holds Sisko for examination.]
[The Production Code for the 2-hour version of the pilot is 721 (the same as
TNG's "Encounter At Farpoint"), and 401 and 402 for Part One and Part Two of
3. Jan 9 93 Jan 11-Jan 17 404 Unknown Past Prologue
A reunion with a member of the Bajoran underground forces Kira to choose
between her people and her duty as a Federation officer.
4. Jan 16 93 Jan 18-Jan 24 403 46421.5 A Man Alone
Odo must prove his innocence when a known enemy of his is found brutally
murdered in a Holosuite. [Visual stardates in Ibudan's appointment log are
46384 and 46385.]
5. Jan 23 93 Jan 25-Jan 31 405 46423.7 Babel
The residents of Deep Space Nine fall victim to a mysterious and fatal
virus. Will Kira find an antidote in time?
6. Jan 30 93 Feb 1-Feb 7 406 Unknown Captive Pursuit
O'Brien befriends the "prey" in an otherworldly hunting game. Can he and the
rest of the officers save the being from a life in captivity?
7. Feb 6 93 Feb 8-Feb 14 407 46531.2 Q-Less
The irrepressible Q and the adventuress Vash arrive at Deep Space Nine --
just as strange, destructive forces begin threatening the space station.
8. Feb 13 93 Feb 15-Feb 21 408 46910.1 Dax
Lieutenant Dax's former self is accused of murder.
9. Feb 20 93 Feb 22-Feb 28 409 Unknown The Passenger
A sinister alien criminal hides his consciousness in the brain of someone
aboard the station.
10. Mar 13 93 Mar 15-Mar 21 410 Unknown Move Along Home
Quark's attempt to decieve a newly-encountered alien race places the space
station's senior officers in a labyrinth of danger.
11. Mar 20 93 Mar 22-Mar 28 411 Unknown The Nagus
Quark is suddenly named leader of the Ferengi financial empire, and
discovers that he's not only popular -- he's now a target for death. [Odo
morphs through a door]
12. Apr 17 93 Apr 19-Apr 25 412 Unknown Vortex
An alien criminal from the other side of the wormhole tempts Odo by telling
the shape-shifter he can put the changeling in contact with others like
himself. [Odo is a glass.]
13. Apr 24 93 Apr 26-May 2 413 Unknown Battle Lines
Sisko, Kira, [Kai Opaka,] and Bashir are stranded on a war-torn world where
it is impossible for the combatants to die.
14. May 1 93 May 3-May 9 414 46729.1 The Storyteller
Against his will, O'Brien becomes spiritual leader of a Bajoran village --
and the only one who can save them from a destructive energy force.
15. May 8 93 May 10-May 16 415 46844.3 Progress
A stubborn old Bajoran farmer forces Kira to take a good look at how much
she has changed since her alliance with the Federation.
16. May 15 93 May 17-May 23 416 46853.2 If Wishes Were Horses
When Members of the station find their fantasies coming to life, it becomes
the prelude to a very real danger which threatens everyone.
17. May 22 93 May 24-May 30 417 46925.1 The Foresaken
While an alien entity wreaks havoc with the station's computer, the
irrepressible Lwaxana Troi sets her sights for romance -- with Odo!
18. May 29 93 May 31-Jun 6 418 46922.3 Dramatis Personae
Odo is caught in the middle when an alien influence pits Kira against Sisko
in a deadly power struggle.
19. Jun 12 93 Jun 14-Jun 20 419 Unknown Duet
Kira discovers that a Cardassian visiting the station could actually be a
notorious war criminal.
20. Jun 19 93 Jun 21-Jun 27 420 Unknown In The Hands Of The Prophets
When a Bajoran spititual leader objects to Keiko's secular teachings, she
threatens to destroy the alliance between Bajor and the Federation.
25 hour-long episodes are slated.
Eps. Sat. Date Week Of PCode Stardate Episode Title
==== ========= ============= ===== ======== ==================================
21. Sep 25 93 Sep 27-Oct 3 421 Unknown [Part One] The Homecoming
Kira risks her life, and war with the Cardassians, to rescue a mythical
Bajoran hero from a distant prison colony.
22. Oct 2 93 Oct 4-Oct 10 422 Unknown [Part II] The Circle
Relieved of her post and exiled back to Bajor, Kira helps to reveal the
hidden force behind The Circle -- and a greater secret that could destroy
23. Oct 9 93 Oct 11-Oct 17 423 Unknown [Part III] The Siege
While Sisko leads a daring last stand against the Bajoran takeover forces,
Kira ans Dax embark on a desperate mission to reveal the truth about the
24. Oct 16 93 Oct 18-Oct 24 424 47182.1 Invasive Procedures
The crew must fight for Jadzia's life when a desperate Trill takes the group
hostage and steals the Dax symbiont.
25. Oct 23 93 Oct 25-Oct 31 425 47177.2 Cardassians
A young Cardassians, orphaned in the war and raised by Bajorans, causes
turmoil on the station when his people attempt to reclaim him.
26. Oct 30 93 Nov 1-Nov 7 426 47229.1 Melora
After falling in love with a woman whose species is unable to walk in
"normal" gravity, Bashir develops a technology that could free her of her
27. Nov 6 93 Nov 8-Nov 14 427 Unknown Rules of Acquisition
A Ferengi female who has defied the law and disguised herself as a male
risks it all when she falls in love with Quark.
28. Nov 13 93 Nov 15-Nov 21 428 - Necessary Evil
An attack on Quark's life brings Odo face to face with a five-year-old
unsolved murder -- for which Kira was a prime suspect.
29. Nov 20 93 Nov 22-Nov 28 429 - Second Sight
Sisko falls in love for the first time since his wife's death, but the
object of his affections may not be all that she seems.
30. Nov 27 93 Nov 29-Dec 5 430 - Sanctuary
Kira is torn whan a displaced alien race arrives on Deep Space Nine and
claims Bajor as its people's legendary homeland.
The production code # begins with 401 in order to prevent labeling errors with
the original Star Trek series and the Next Generation.
"Star Trek: Deep Space Nine" is a syndicated program that is sold to each
individual station. It is not part of the FOX network, although many stations
that have purchased DSN are also part of FOX.
The first run episodes are uplinked to the local stations on the Saturday and
Sunday of the Satellite Date. This uplinking is done through Keystone
Communications (formerly WOLD Communications), through AT&T's Telstar 302
which is located at 85 degrees west. The program is uplinked at the following
times on Channel 3-Vertical Polarity (aka Transponder 2V):
Saturdays - 10:00 AM-11:00 AM ET/ 7:00 AM- 8:00 AM PT
Saturdays - 4:00 PM- 5:00 PM ET/ 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM PT
Sundays - 4:00 PM- 5:00 PM ET/ 1:00 PM- 2:00 PM PT
The audio carriers are wide-band, and are: 6.2-left, 6.8-right, and 5.8-mono.
No scrambling is employed in the uplink.
The satellite feeds were originally carried on AT&T's Telstar 301, which was
located 96 degrees west, on Channel 9-Vertical Polarity (aka Transponder 5V,
Uplink Freq. 6265MHz, Downlink Freq. 4040MHZ, Block IF Freq. 1110, transponder
power 8.5 watts). Telstar 301 was originally launched on July 28, 1983 on a
Delta 3920 rocket, but, in 1993, the satellite ran out of station keeping
fuel, and was unable to maintain it's orbital slot. On August 30th, all of
Paramount's feeds have been temporarily moved to Telstar 302, located 85
degrees west, with the Star Trek feeds located on Channel 3-Vertical Polarity
(aka Transponder 2V, Uplink Freq. 5985MHz, Downlink Freq. 3760MHz, Block IF
Freq. 1390, transponder power 8.5 watts). Telstar 302 was launched on
September 1, 1984 from the Space Shuttle. The feeds will be moving again to
Telstar 401 when it is launched on General Dynamics Atlas IIAS booster on
December 13, 1993. (Launch date subject to change)
The station then airs the episode for the first time anytime during
Paramount's official "week of" (Monday through Sunday), although some stations
(notably Paramount owned ones) are able to show episodes the Sunday prior to
the week-of, but that requires special permission from Paramount.
Sky Television has purchased the rights to the series and will be showing it
starting August 15th. Sky, however, is now scrambled.
Changes from Season to Season
Pilot to First Season
Kira's hair is shorter, and she is wearing a different nosepiece.
The opening sequence had the wormhole effect added.
"Sore Losers" -> "Move Along Home"
"Friends And Foes" -> "The Nagus"
Major Species Appearance
"Emissary" - When the Cardassians heard about one last remaining orb, one of
their Gul's boards the station, and the crew utilizes the services of the
station. Later, when the Cardassians notice that one of their ships is
missing, and not believing that there is a wormhole, attack the station.
"Past Prologue" - The Cardassian chase after Tahna, a member of the Khon-Ma,
who takes refuge on Deep Space Nine.
"Duet" - A Cardassian file clerk who claims to be a nortorious war criminal is
held for trial on Deep Space Nine.
"The Homecoming" - Kira and O'Brien rescue prisoners from a Cardassian prison
camp. Later, a Cardassian is apologizing for holding prisoners.
"The Circle" - A Cardassian is shown to be helping the Circle in order to
regain control of Bajor.
"Past Prologue" - Lurusa and B'Etor visit Deep Space Nine to conduct a
transaction with Tahna.
"Dramatis Personae" - A Klingon exploration vessel explodes near Deep Space
Nine. A crew member from that ship beams on board the station, but dies after
"Q-Less" - Q chases after Vash, who visits the station to sell some items from
an archeological dig.
How Many Episodes
This listings goes up to and includes "The Siege":
Rene Auberjonois - 22 Episodes as Odo
Avery Brooks - 22 Episodes as Benjamin Sisko
Siddig El Fadil - 22 Episodes as Dr. Julian Bashir
Terry Farrell - 22 Episodes as Jadzia Dax
Nana Visitor - 22 Episodes as Major Kira Nerys
Armin Shimerman - 20 Episodes as Quark
Colm Meaney - 19 Episodes as Miles Edward O'Brien
-3 Episodes during first season due to filming of "Snapper"
Cirroc Lofton - 11 Episodes as Jake Sisko
Aron Eisenberg - 5 Episodes as Nog
Rosalind Chao - 3 Episodes as Keiko O'Brien
Odo, the security officer on Deep Space Nine, is a shapeshifter. These are the
episodes where he morphs:
Emissary - At the beginning of the episode, a weapon is thrown at Odo, but the
weapon passes through. Later, Odo is a bag, and morphs through a grate on a
Past Prologue - Odo, in order to find out some information, is a rat.
A Man Alone - Odo is a chair in order to catch a Bajoran who has framed him
Babel - Odo finds out where Quark is getting some food for Quarks by becomming
a cart -- even though Quark's replicator is down.
Captive Pursuit - Odo, while disguised as a painting, catches Tosk breaking
into a security system.
Q-Less - While keeping an eye on Quark, Odo disguises himself as a wine
Vortex - Odo is a glass.
The Nagus - Odo, in order to save Quark, morphs through a crack in a closed
The Foresaken - Odo, while trapped on a lift with Lwaxana Troi, is forced to
morph into his natural state.
Dramatis Personae - An alien entity tries to get control of Odo's mind, but
fails, causes Odo's head to break open.
The Circle - Odo morphs from a plate on a package to a rat on the ship in
order to get evidence of Cardassian involvement.
The Siege - Odo is first seen sticking out from a side of the station's wall,
then morphs himself into an pyrimid object with a rope in order to trip some
Invasive Procedures - Odo is forced to morph into his liquid form and locked
into a cannister. Later on, once free, he is a cart outside a shuttle.
It should be noted that it costs over $10,000 just to do a ten-second morph.
Rules of Acquisition
1. Once you have their money, you never give it back. - The Nagus
6. Never allow family to stand in the way of opportunity. - The Nagus
7. Keep your ears open. - In the Hands of the Prophets
9. Opportunity plus instinct equals profit. - The Storyteller
16. A deal is a deal. - Melora
21. Never place friendship above profit. - Rules of Acquisition
22. A wise man can hear profit in the wind. - Rules of Acquisition
31. Never make fun of a Ferengi's mother. - The Siege
33. It never hurts to suck up to the boss. - Rules of Acquisition
48. The bigger the smile, the sharper the knife. - Rules of Acquisition
59. Free advice is seldom cheap. - Rules of Acquisition
76. Everyone once in a while, declare peace. It confuses the hell out of your
enemies. - The Homecoming
103. Sleep can interfere... - Rules of Acquisition
According to Rules of Acquisition, there are 285 rules in all, plus there are
various commentaries on them.
Ranks and Insignia
Deep Space Nine is a space station orbiting about Bajor. For all purposes, the
station is run by Bajorans and is under Bajoran jurisdiction. However, until
the Bajorans are able to run the station, the Federation handles the
administration of the station.
Medical Corps and Sciences - Navy Blue
Security and Engineering - Mustard Yellow
Command and Navigation - Wine Red
Ranks: (stolen from the TNG List of Lists)
Admiral - Triangular shoulder board with gold braid enclosing six gold circles
of varying size.
Captain - Four solid gold circles
Commander - three solid gold circles
Lieutenant Commander - two solid gold circles and one empty gold circle
Lieutenant - two solid gold circles
Lieutenant (Junior Grade) - One solid gold circle and one empty
Ensign - One solid gold circle
NOTE: There have been inaccuracies with the pips and ranks, especially with
the rank of O'Brien.
Some of the uniform colors:
Dark blue body, light blue shoulder/sleeves - Unknown, seen in "In The Hands
of the Prophets"
Blue and orange combination, orange sleeves - Unknown, seen in "Duet"
So far, three shuttlecraft, called Runabouts, are on the series. They are:
Rio Grande - is Spanish for "large river"
Yangtze Kiang - is Chinese for "yellow river", and is the main river of China
Ganges - is the Hindu holy river in Central India
[Which one of these was crashed on "Battle Lines"?]
Coincidentally, the Runabouts are named after rivers.
April 18, 1949 - Avery Brooks
May 30 - Colm Meaney
30 - Michael Piller
June 1, 1940 - Rene Auberjonois
July 26, 1957 - Nana Visitor
August 6 - Mike Okuda
7 - Cirroc Lofton
September 23 - Rosalind Chao
November 5 - Armin Shimerman
19, 1963 - Terry Ferrell
21, 1965 - Siddig El Fadil
December 25 - Rick Berman
Money In The Future
It is seen that people are buying food, drinks, time in the holosuites, and
gambling, using gold-pressed latnium.
"Past Prologue" - Garek wants Dr. Bashier to buy a new suit.
Did You Know...
...Siddig El Fadil was originally considered to be Commander Sisko after the
producers viewed "A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia"? However, after the
producers found that Siddig was only 24, he was instead cast as Dr. Julian
...The current ruler of the Sudan is Brigadier Omar Hassam Ahmen Bashir, an
Islamic fundamental fanatic who took over in June, 1989 in a military coup and
has been in charge of a reign of terror since. To top things off, the ruler is
a distant relative to Siddig (unconfirmed that he's Siddig's uncle-in-law).
No, Siddig does not like him.
...The pilot episode cost $12 million.
...In "If Wishes Were Horses", there was originally supposed to be a
leprechaun, but Colm Meany objected, saying that it stereotyped O'Brien as the
typical Irishman. So the script was rewritten to have Rumpelstiltskin instead.
...Armin Shimerman and Max Grodenchik were the final candidates for the
role of Quark. Max got the role of Rom. If Max had got the role, Armin
would have been Rom.
...Morn used to be called the Grinch among the crew.
..."The Homecoming", "The Circle", and "The Siege", portraying the fictional
political struggle on Bajor, was uplinked and aired at the same time Boris
Yeltzin had his political struggle with the Russian Parliment.
A Man Alone - When Odo checks a monitor for information regarding the Bajoran
criminal, one of the names that appears on the monitor is Robert della
Santina, Unit Production Manager.
Babel - When Kira calls up some medical records, she finds the name "Surmak
Ren", a slight corruption of Ron Surma, Star Trek's casting director. When a
detailed biography was called up, the names "Surmak Hoek" and "Surmak
Stimpson" (Ren and Stimpy). Also, Surmak Ren was employed at "The Akira
Advanced Genetics Research Facility, Bajor". (Akira)
The Nagus - Rom gets chewed out for putting the Hoek's next to another race.
(Ren and Stimpy)
Invasive Procedures - In a conversation between Verad Dax and Sisko, there was
a mention of the cliffs of Bole. This is thanks to Cliff Bole, a frequent
director of TNG and DSN, as well as several episodes of MacGyver.
Ren and Stimpy is a cult favorite cartoon that airs on Nickelodeon. The
animation studio is located at 5625 Melrose Ave., right near Paramount.
Opening Credits - During the opening credit sequence, we see a comet passing
by. The tail should be pointed away from the sun, however, when the camera
passes through the tail, we don't see the sun.
The Trill Makeup - The production crew screwed up with the makeup of the
Trill. In the TNG episode, "The Host", Odan is seen with a V-shaped nose
ridge. However, this ridge is missing on Dax. In addition, the crew added on
the "leapard" spots, which ware used on Kamala in "The Perfect Mate". The
change was due to the producers not liking the prostetics on Terry Farrell.
"Past Prologue" - On the Runabout that Kira and Tana were on, they got into an
argument and Tana pulled one of 2 phasers off of the wall. Yet when Sisko
captured the Runabout, both of the phasers were gone. (UV)
"Move Along Home" - In the TNG episode "The First Duty", Picard emphasized to
Wesley that the first duty of a Starfleet officer was to the truth. Yet, in
this episode, Sisko says that the first duty of a Starfleet officer was first
"Battle Lines" - Did you notice how the doctor stated that upon entry of the
atmosphere that the Runabout hull reached a temperature of 1500 degrees
Celcius? Yet, when he got out of the shuttle a couple of minutes later
everyone touched the side of the hull? Ouch! (UV)
"Dramatis Personae" - In the cargo bay, Sisko's communicator re-appears for a
take, then disappears again.
"The Homecoming" - Kira's earring disappears for a minute, then reappears.
"The Homecoming"/"The Circle" - In "The Homecoming", O'Brien says that he can
only beam up two people at a time. Yet, in "The Circle", we see a whole group
beaming down and up again. Hmmmm....
Thanks to. . .
Larry Reznick - For checking for those elusive typos....
Edward Lee Whiteside - For passing me info from CompuServe & GEnie
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Hawthorne, Brad Held, Cindy Hill, Martin Lee, Markus Mergard, Windsor Morgan,
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