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Encyclopedia > Makoto Kino
Sailor Moon character
Sailor Jupiter

Makoto in her Super Sailor Jupiter form as seen in the anime.
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Name: Makoto "Mako" Kino (木野まこと[1])
English: Lita Kino
Birthday: December 5 (Sagittarius)[1]
Age range: 14-16
Aliases: Princess Jupiter
Affiliations: Sailor Team, Shadow Galactica (manga)
Powers: Can manipulate certain aspects of nature, particularly lightning and wood
Performers: (see below)

Makoto Kino (木野まこと Kino Makoto?, or Lita in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. She is best known by the name Sailor Jupiter (セーラージュピター Sērā Jupitā?), one of the series' primary heroines — the Sailor Senshi. Sailor Moon , officially translated as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon) is the title of a famous media franchise created by Japanese manga artist Naoko Takeuchi. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (365x646, 73 KB) Summary Image of cartoon character Sailor Mercury Applicable copyrights: © 武内直子・講談社・テレビ朝日・東映動画 © Takeuchi Naoko, Kōdansha, TV Asahi, Toei Dōga Licensing This is a copyrighted image that has been released by a company or organization to promote their work or... The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. ... This article or section does not cite any references or sources. ... The Sailor Team. ... Shadow Galactica ) is a fictional organization from the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... This article does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Sailor Moon , officially translated as Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon) is the title of a famous media franchise created by Japanese manga artist Naoko Takeuchi. ... A metaseries includes series of stories which include references to each other and some overall similar chronological or cast backdrop, but are not similar enough to be considered direct sequels. ... The Sailor Team and Chibichibi. ...


Makoto is the third member of the Sailor Team to be discovered by Sailor Moon, and serves as the "muscles" of the group.[2] In addition to being physically tough, she is able to manipulate electricity and uses some plant-based powers. Her friends rarely use her full given name, normally shortening it to Mako-chan. Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon. ... In Japan, it is usual to use honorific titles after a persons name. ...


Aside from the main body of the Sailor Moon series, Makoto features in her own manga short story, Mako's Depression. A number of image songs featuring her character have been released as well, including the contents of three different CD singles.[3] An image song or character song is a song on a tie-in album for an anime, game or dorama that is usually sung by the seiyuu or actor of a character, in-character. ... A CD single is a music single in the form of a compact disc. ...

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Makoto's strong, independent personality is hinted at in her most striking physical feature—she is 168 centimeters in height, very tall for a Japanese girl.[4][5] This is downplayed in English translations (as a 5 ft 6 in girl is not all that uncommon in the West), but considerable notice is taken in Japanese. She is also physically very strong, and in fact was kicked out of her previous school for fighting. She is introduced to the series after transferring to Azabu Jūban Junior High, where Usagi and Ami are students, where she stands out all the more because her school uniform is different from everyone else's; unable to find anything in her size, the school's administration tells her to wear her old one. It has a long skirt, which when coupled with her curly hair, was a common visual cue for a tough or delinquent girl at the time the series was created.[6] However, unlike these delinquent girls, her curly hair is natural.[7] Early on in her character design, Naoko Takeuchi drew Makoto as a smoker, but this trait was not used in any of the series.[8] Despite her tough appearance, she is very gentle. She always wears pink rose earrings and a green hair-band, even when transformed. The List of Sailor Moon locations tries to enumerate the most important locations found in the world of Sailor Moon, an anime/manga metaseries set mostly in a fictionalized version of Tokyo, Japan. ... Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon. ... Ami Mizuno , or Amy in the English versions) is one of the central characters in the Sailor Moon metaseries. ... Students in Bangkok Over one thousand students in uniform during an assembly at a secondary school in Singapore. ... Sukeban means deliquent girl in Japanese Sukeban may refer to: Sukeban Deka (スケバン刑事) Oira Sukeban (おいら女蛮, Delinquent in Drag, Sukeban Boy) This is a disambiguation page: a list of articles associated with the same title. ... Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子 Takeuchi Naoko), born March 15, 1967, is a manga artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan. ... Look up Smoking in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


One of the most consistent characters in the many versions of the series, Makoto is always depicted as simultaneously the most masculine and most feminine of the younger Senshi. She is tall, strong, physical, and practices martial arts and other sports, but at the same time is rather busty and an excellent cook and house-cleaner. Her most closely-held dream is to marry young and own a cake and flower shop,[9] and she loves romance novels. Her favorite class is home economics and her least favorite is physics;[10] after entering high school, she also joins the cooking and gardening clubs.[11] She likes all foods, but especially cherry pie, and meatloaf, and her favorite colors are green and pink. She loves horses, but hates cheaters,[10] and is blood type O.[1] The Sailor Team and Chibichibi. ... Hawaiian State Grappling Championships. ... A romance novel is a literary genre developed in Western culture, mainly in English-speaking countries. ... Family and consumer sciences, or home economics, is an academic discipline concerning consumer science, nutrition, cooking, parenting, interior decoration, textiles, gardening, and other subjects related to home management. ... The first few hydrogen atom electron orbitals shown as cross-sections with color-coded probability density Physics (Greek: (phúsis), nature and (phusiké), knowledge of nature) is the branch of science concerned with the discovery and characterization of universal laws which govern matter, energy, space, and time. ... A gardener Gardening is the practice of growing flowering plants, vegetables, and fruits. ... A homemade cherry pie with a lattice top. ... A meatloaf with a tomato sauce topping. ... Mossy, green fountain in Wattens, Austria. ... The use of the word pink as a color first occurred in the 17th century to describe the light red flowers of pinks, flowering plants in the genus Dianthus. ... It is popularly believed in Japan that a persons ABO blood type or ketsu eki gata is predictive of their personality, character, and compatibility with others, similar to the Western worlds Astrology. ...

Makoto in her school uniform, drawn by Naoko Takeuchi. The long skirt and curly hair, unique to her, represent her "tough girl" personality.
Makoto in her school uniform, drawn by Naoko Takeuchi. The long skirt and curly hair, unique to her, represent her "tough girl" personality.

In the manga, her domestic talents are explained as a deliberate effort to overcome her tomboyishness. This is never discussed in the anime, but she is given the additional character trait of being highly prone to random crushes. In the live-action series she enjoys shopping, but eschews "girly" things; she cooks, but also physically overpowers bullies; she reorganizes her home, but does so with a sledgehammer.[12] She insists that she is not the least bit feminine at all, and seems surprised and touched when someone tells her so.[13] Image File history File linksMetadata Makomanga. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Makomanga. ... Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子 Takeuchi Naoko), born March 15, 1967, is a manga artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan. ... A tomboy is typically described as a girl who behaves according to the gender role of a boy, though the term is also applied to women. ... Limerence, as posited by psychologist Dorothy Tennov, is an involuntary cognitive and emotional state in which a person feels an intense romantic desire for another person (the limerent object). ... Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon )[1] (often abbreviated to PGSM) was a tokusatsu TV series in the Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon metaseries originally created by Naoko Takeuchi. ... A sledgehammer. ...


This dual nature comes from a need to be self-sufficient: in the manga continuity her parents died in a plane crash when she was very young and she has since then looked after herself. She is self-sufficient almost to a fault, and becomes extremely nervous anytime an airplane passes overhead. In the anime, Makoto lives alone, but it is never explicitly stated that her parents are dead — in the English adaptation, she even claims she cannot take care of a cat because her mother is allergic — and later in the series she is shown boarding an airplane without any mention of fear.[14] In Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Makoto's parents' death is told in a flashback in Act 6, but how they died is not mentioned.[15] Capt. ... This article does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon )[1] (often abbreviated to PGSM) was a tokusatsu TV series in the Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon metaseries originally created by Naoko Takeuchi. ...


Makoto has at least one former boyfriend; the importance of this subplot, as well as her level of obsession with cute men, varies wildly between adaptations. Fans of the anime typically have a perception of Makoto as extremely boy-crazy; a recurring gag is her obsession with people who look like the older classmate (sempai) who once broke her heart (unnamed except in the English dub, where he is called Freddy). In the manga, her "sempai" is mentioned only once or twice, and in the live-action drama is an integral part of why Makoto feels she needs to be alone.[15] In each version, there are mentions of other men who were very briefly a part of her life. Makoto is generally attracted to Motoki Furuhata, especially in the anime, but only in the live-action show do they become close.[13] By the end of the direct-to-DVD Special Act, they are engaged to be married.[16] In social relationships, an ex is someone with whom a person was once associated. ... Senpai (先輩, せんぱい) is a Japanese term for a person in a club or other organization, including a school or college, who is a senior. ... The following is a list of supporting characters from the Sailor Moon metaseries. ...


One quirk of Makoto's was made famous among English-speaking fans due to the translation of a particular anime scene. The girls are arguing over which of them should play the part of Snow White in a play.[17] In Japanese, Makoto insists that she would be best for the role because she has the largest breasts. In the English adaptation, she still points at her chest, but states instead that she has the most "talent." As a reference to this, anime fans occasionally use the term "talented" as a euphemism for "busty."[18] This article does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


The kanji of Makoto's surname translate as "tree" or "wood" ( ki?) and "field" ( no?). Her given name is in hiragana (まこと makoto?) and therefore difficult to translate. Possible meanings include "truth," "wisdom," and "faith." The given name "Makoto" is usually a male name, but is sometimes given to girls. This name is probably meant to highlight Makoto's tomboyishness.[19] Her entire name is structured as a pun, as the syllable "no" indicates a possessive, so that her name can also be understood as "Makoto of Trees." In an early DiC promotional tape that advertised Sailor Moon to television stations, Makoto was called Sara.[20] Another preliminary name, appearing on Kodansha's English website in an advertisement for the series, was Maggie. Japanese writing Kanji Kana Hiragana Katakana Hentaigana Manyōgana Uses Furigana Okurigana Rōmaji   ) are the Chinese characters that are used in the modern Japanese logographic writing system along with hiragana (平仮名), katakana (片仮名), and the Arabic numerals. ... Japanese writing Kanji Kana Hiragana Katakana Hentaigana Manyōgana Uses Furigana Okurigana Rōmaji Hiragana ) is a Japanese syllabary, one component of the Japanese writing system, along with katakana and kanji; the Latin alphabet is also used in some cases. ... For the Japanese word makoto see wiktionary:Makoto Drum and Bass artist, Born in Tokyo in 1977. ... A pun (also known as paronomasia) is a figure of speech, or word play which consists of a deliberate confusion of similar words within a phrase or phrases for rhetorical effect, whether humorous or serious. ... Possessive can refer to: Possessive case Possessive pronoun This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists other pages that might otherwise share the same title. ... DIC can refer to: Diploma of Imperial College Dubai International Capital DIC Entertainment In chemistry, Diisopropylcarbodiimide Disseminated intravascular coagulation This is a disambiguation page — a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title. ...


Aspects and aliases

As a character with different incarnations, special powers, transformations and a long lifetime virtually spanned between the Silver Millennium era and the 30th century, Makoto gains multiple aspects and aliases as the series progresses. The Silver Millennium was golden-age of an ancient civilization in the famous series, Sailor Moon. ...


Sailor Jupiter

Planetary symbol of Jupiter
Planetary symbol of Jupiter

Makoto's Senshi identity is Sailor Jupiter. She wears a uniform colored in green and pink, with rose-shaped earrings, and in the manga and live-action series wears a belt attached to a small ball of potpourri. She is given specific titles throughout the various series, including Soldier of Protection,[21] Herculean Jupiter,[22] and Soldier of Thunder and Courage.[15] Her personality is no different from when she is a civilian, although certain powers are unavailable to her in that form. Image File history File links Jupiter_symbol. ... Image File history File links Jupiter_symbol. ... Japanese high school students in uniform, many are girls wearing sailor girl outfits The sailor outfit Japanese school uniform (セーラー服 sērā-fuku) is strictly for girls of middle and high school age (although some people wear it as a costume). ... Potpourri is a mixture of dried, naturally fragrant plant material, used to provide a gentle natural scent in houses. ...


In Japanese, the name for the planet Jupiter is Mokusei (木星?), the first kanji meaning 'tree' and the second indicating a celestial object. Although the Roman planet-name is used, Sailor Jupiter's dominant element is wood[23] due to this aspect of Japanese mythology. Unusually, most of her attacks are based in her secondary power, which is lightning in reference to the Roman god Jupiter. She is by far the physically-strongest of the Guardian Senshi, able to lift a full-grown man above her head[24] or to stop a stone pillar from falling.[25] In the early manga, she always has a short antenna coming from her tiara, which serves as a lightning rod; eventually this takes on the same role as in the anime, and extends upward only when she summons lightning. It does not appear in the live-action series. This article needs additional references or sources for verification. ... Jupiter et Thétis - by Jean Ingres, 1811. ... The Sailor Team. ... An example of a standard, pointed-tip air terminal A lightning rod (or lightning protector) is a metal strip or rod, usually of copper or similar conductive material, used as part of lightning safety to protect tall or isolated structures (such as the roof of a building or the mast...


As she grows stronger, Sailor Jupiter gains additional powers, and at key points her uniform changes to reflect this. The first change takes place in Act 37 of the manga, when she obtains the Jupiter Crystal and her outfit becomes similar to that of Super Sailor Moon. She is not given a new title. A similar event takes place in Episode 154 of the anime, and she is given the name Super Sailor Jupiter. A third, manga-only form appears in Act 42, also unnamed but analogous to Eternal Sailor Moon (sans wings).[26] The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject matter. ...


Princess Jupiter

In the Silver Millennium, Sailor Jupiter was also the Princess of her home planet. She was among those given the duty of protecting Princess Serenity of the Moon Kingdom. As Princess Jupiter, she dwelt in Io Castle and wore a green gown — she appears in this form in the original manga, as well as in supplementary art.[27][28] Naoko Takeuchi once drew her in the arms of Nephrite, but no further romantic link between them was established in the manga or anime.[29] In the stage musicals, it is stated that the two of them were in love at the time of the Moon Kingdom.[30] The Silver Millennium was golden-age of an ancient civilization in the famous series, Sailor Moon. ... Usagi Tsukino , or Serena in the English versions) is the protagonist of the Sailor Moon metaseries as well as its title character, best known by her pseudonym, Sailor Moon. ... Image File history File links SenshiPrincesses. ... Naoko Takeuchi (武内直子 Takeuchi Naoko), born March 15, 1967, is a manga artist who lives in Tokyo, Japan. ... This does not adequately cite its references or sources. ... Flyer from the 2004 Musical The Sailor Moon musicals ), commonly referred to as SeraMyu ), are a series of live theatre productions based on Naoko Takeuchis metaseries Sailor Moon. ...


Special powers and items

In her first Senshi form, Sailor Jupiter demonstrates her power over lightning with "Sparkling Wide Pressure"
In her first Senshi form, Sailor Jupiter demonstrates her power over lightning with "Sparkling Wide Pressure"

Makoto is not shown using any special powers in her civilian form, although she is unusually strong for a teenage girl. She must first transform into a Sailor Senshi by raising a special device (pen, bracelet, wand, or crystal) into the air and shouting a special phrase, originally "Jupiter Power, Make-up!"[31] As she becomes more powerful and obtains new transformation devices, this phrase changes to evoke Jupiter Star, Planet, or Crystal Power.[32][33] In the anime, Sailor Jupiter's transformation sequence evolves slightly over time, whether to update the background images or to accommodate changes to her uniform or a new transformation device, but the animation remains essentially the same. They all involve electric charges forming an atom path which encircles her body. Image File history File links Jupiter-05. ... Image File history File links Jupiter-05. ... Henshin ) is the Japanese phrase for transformation. It is also a visual sequence for transformation prevalent in Japanese media, in both tokusatsu and anime. ...


In the manga, Sailor Jupiter's first named attack is Flower Hurricane, which is immediately followed by calling down lightning.[34] Emphasis is quickly placed upon her electric-based powers, and these are the norm in all versions of the series.[35] Her primary attack for the first story arc and most of the second is Supreme Thunder,[36] for which she calls down lightning from the sky with a tiny lightning rod that extends from the stone on her tiara (or, in the live-action series, with her leg). Although she channels this power, she is not immune to its effects, and can use her body to focus the electricity in a suicide move.[37] It is upgraded twice for one-off attacks in the anime series: once to Supreme Thunder Dragon,[38] and much later to Super Supreme Thunder.[39] An example of a standard, pointed-tip air terminal A lightning rod (or lightning protector) is a metal strip or rod, usually of copper or similar conductive material, used as part of lightning safety to protect tall or isolated structures (such as the roof of a building or the mast...


In the second story arc Sailor Jupiter gains Sparkling Wide Pressure,[40] which, aside from a manga-only power called Coconut Cyclone, remains her primary attack for the rest of the second story arc, all of the third, and much of the fourth. When she takes on her second Senshi form (Super Sailor Jupiter in the anime), she acquires a special item, the Leaves of Oak, which appear as a wreath in her hair in the manga and enable her to use Jupiter Oak Evolution.[41]


Sailor Jupiter's earrings, small pink roses, are occasionally significant. She wears them in both her Senshi and civilian forms, and can use them as a projectile weapon if she needs to. When they first meet in the manga, Usagi thinks the roses have a nice fragrance, and late in the anime the sight of them brings her back from temporary memory loss because it reminds her of Tuxedo Mask.[42] Much more important, in the manga, are the Jupiter Crystal and Leaves of Oak. The former is Makoto's Sailor Crystal and the source of all of her power, which becomes especially important in the fifth story arc. In the live-action series, she frequently uses unnamed electric attacks, and is given a tambourine-like weapon (the Sailor Star Tambo) by Artemis. Mamoru Chiba Mamoru Chiba (地場 衛 Chiba Mamoru) is the only major male human character appearing in the manga and anime known as Sailor Moon. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... The anime series logo, which translates to Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars Sailor Stars is the shortened title of Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon: Sailor Stars ), which is the fifth and final major story arc in the anime Sailor Moon. ... The tambourine, also known as the Marine, is a musical instrument of the percussion family consisting of a a wooden or plastic frame with pairs of small metal jingles. ... Artemis, Diana, and Luna in the anime. ...


Actresses

In the original anime production of Sailor Moon, Makoto is voiced by Emi Shinohara.[43] For the English-language dub, the voice of "Lita" is provided by Susan Roman. She is the only significant human character in the English-language dub to be played by the same voice actor through the entire series run.[44] Patricia Tollett provides English vocals for songs sung by Lita in the English dub. Voice Animage, a magazine about all things about seiyū. For the retail company named Seiyu, see Seiyu Group. ... Emi Shinohara (篠原 恵美 Shinohara Emi), born Emiko Shinohara (篠原 恵美子 Shinohara Emiko, born August 8, 1963) is a well-known seiyū. She is employed by 81 Produce. ... Susan Roman (born April 17, 1957 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) is a voice actress best known for voice acting the role of Lita/Sailor Jupiter in the American DiC (and later Cloverway) dub anime, Sailor Moon. ... English is a West Germanic language developed in England, and the first language for most people in Australia, Canada, the Commonwealth Caribbean, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States. ...


In the musical version, Makoto has been portrayed by 12 actresses: Noriko Kamiyama, Marie Sada, Takako Inayoshi, Emika Satoh, Akari Tonegawa, Chiho Oyama, Emi Kuriyama, Yuriko Hayashi, Ayano Sugimoto, Kaori Sakata, Karina Okada and Mai Watanabe.[45] Flyer from the 2004 Musical The Sailor Moon musicals ), commonly referred to as SeraMyu ), are a series of live theatre productions based on Naoko Takeuchis metaseries Sailor Moon. ...


In Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Makoto is played by Myū Azama.[46] Also, child actress Misho Narumi portrays Makoto in flashbacks, dream sequences, and childhood photos.[47] Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon )[1] (often abbreviated to PGSM) was a tokusatsu TV series in the Bishōjo Senshi Sailor Moon metaseries originally created by Naoko Takeuchi. ... MyÅ« Azama MyÅ« Mew Azama ) (born December 26, 1986 in the Okinawa Prefecture) is an idol actress in Japan. ...

References

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  7. ^ In her first manga appearance, a teacher questions her about her hair.
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  12. ^ Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Act 10.
  13. ^ a b Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Act 31. In this act, Mako and Motoki date, but they "break up" shortly thereafter.
  14. ^ Episode 188.
  15. ^ a b c Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Act 6.
  16. ^ Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon, Special Act. Motoki catches Usagi's bridal bouquet and proposes to Mako on the spot.
  17. ^ Episode 56.
  18. ^ Listed under "Talent." The Oracle. Retrieved on 2007-05-05.
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  22. ^ The exact title given is "Kairiki Jupiter," meaning "Superhuman Strength Jupiter." This term was equated with the English word "Herculean" by Alex Glover. Takeuchi, Naoko. "Act 37", Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Volume 13. Kodansha. ISBN 4-06-178820-5. 
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  24. ^ Episodes 25 and 39
  25. ^ Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon Act 21
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  30. ^ Described by Luna and Artemis in Gaiden Dark Kingdom Fukkatsu Hen, the first musical.
  31. ^ First used in each of Sailor Jupiter's first appearances, except the manga, where it is delayed to Act 10. In the English versions, Makoto does not say 'Make up' when transforming.
  32. ^ "Star Power" starting in manga Act 15, anime Episode 62, when she acquires the Star Power Stick. "Planet Power" starting in Act 24 of the manga only. "Crystal Power" starting in Act 37, when she acquires the Jupiter Crystal and her second uniform, and in Episode 151, when when she acquires the Crystal Change Rod and becomes Super Sailor Jupiter.
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  34. ^ Act 5. In the rereleased edition of the manga, rather than simply calling lightning she uses the incantation Jupiter Thunderbolt. Neither this attack nor Flower Hurricane appears in the anime, but both are used in the live-action series.
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  36. ^ First used in Act 7 of the manga, Episode 25 of the anime, and Act 6 of the live-action series. In the English anime it is variously called Jupiter Thunder Crash, Supreme Thunder Crash and Jupiter Thunderbolt Crash.
  37. ^ Episode 45.
  38. ^ Appears only in Episode 55, and in English is renamed Jupiter Thunder Dragon.
  39. ^ Episode 147 only.
  40. ^ Act 15 of the manga, Episode 65 of the anime. In the English adaptation, it was primarily called Jupiter Thunderclap Zap, but other names included the original name, Jupiter Thunder Power, Superior Sparkling Thunder, Supreme Thunder Crash, or, on one occasion, "Thunder!"
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