Season 2 Final Jeopardy! Round clues (177 clues archived)

#455, aired 1986-06-06THE '70s: In '73, it happened to B. Devlin, J. Fonda & T. Hayden, & Fr. P. Berrigan admitted it had happened to him getting married
#450, aired 1986-05-30GENERALS: Highest rank, General of the Armies of U.S., was given only to Pershing in 1919 & this deceased president in 1976 George Washington
#449, aired 1986-05-29THE NOBEL PRIZE: It's the only organization to have been awarded 3 Nobel Peace Prizes the Red Cross
#448, aired 1986-05-28The '40s: This world leader did not complete the Potsdam Conference, but was replaced by his successor Winston Churchill
#447, aired 1986-05-27SEPTEMBER: The only 2 presidents to die in September; both were assassinated Garfield & McKinley
#446, aired 1986-05-26TRADITIONS: It was with widespread use of this that the practice of celebrating birthdays came into being calendars
#445, aired 1986-05-23WARS: War in which the ship "Constitution" received the name "Old Ironsides" the War of 1812
#444, aired 1986-05-22THE OLYMPICS: Sex tests for women, protests by Blacks, & the altitude were controversies of the Olympics in this year 1968
#443, aired 1986-05-21MATHEMATICS: Besides 0, the only number that yields the same result when added to itself or multiplied by itself 2
#442, aired 1986-05-20THE FLAG: Feature & its color common to flags of U.S., Venezuela & Pakistan white stars
#441, aired 1986-05-19THE CENSUS: When 1st U.S. census was taken in 1790, this state, 1st settled in 1607, had largest population Virginia
#440, aired 1986-05-16THE CALENDAR: Day of the week Valentine's Day will be if New Year's Day falls on a Monday Wednesday
#439, aired 1986-05-15EUROPE: Only European country named for its establishing family, which still rules today Liechtenstein
#438, aired 1986-05-14STATE CAPITALS: The 1st letter in the alphabet that does not begin the name of a state capital E
#437, aired 1986-05-13THE OLD WEST: He made the longest single ride--322 miles--in the brief history of the Pony Express William "Buffalo Bill" Cody
#436, aired 1986-05-12THE SUPREME COURT: Warren Harding's 1st appointment to the court set a precedent by making him Chief Justice William Howard Taft
#435, aired 1986-05-09DIPLOMACY: Speaking of this, Sec'y of State Dean Rusk said, "We're eyeball to eyeball, & the other fellow just blinked" the Cuban Missile Crisis
#434, aired 1986-05-08CARTOONS: After debuting in opening credits of a 1963 film, this character got his own theatrical cartoon series the Pink Panther
#433, aired 1986-05-07KINGS AND QUEENS: More English kings have reigned under these 2 names than any others Edward & Henry
#432, aired 1986-05-06IN THE NEWS: Although Mt. St. Helens provided the big bang that year, everyone asked, "Who shot J.R.?" 1980
#431, aired 1986-05-05FLAGS: The 3 objects on the Soviet Union's red national flag hammer, sickle & star
#430, aired 1986-05-02WORLD EVENTS: Muzak has b'cast words twice, for simulcast of "We Are The World" & announcement of this 1/20/81 event the release of the Iran hostages
#429, aired 1986-05-01HOLIDAYS: Ranked #2 after Christmas, about 850 million greeting cards are sold yearly for this holiday Valentine's Day
#428, aired 1986-04-30ACTORS & ROLES: Star, who's played Queen Elizabeth twice, as well as empresses of Mexico and Russia Bette Davis
#427, aired 1986-04-29WORLD GEOGRAPHY: Capital of this English-speaking country is southernmost national capital in the world New Zealand
#426, aired 1986-04-28THE CIVIL WAR: Source from which Lincoln quoted, "a house divided against itself cannot stand" the Bible (the Gospel according to Mark)
#425, aired 1986-04-25MAN IN SPACE: With the new Vandenberg spaceport, total number of manned-flight launch sites in the world 3
#424, aired 1986-04-24THE AMERICAS: Central Amer. country whose 1904 constitution contained a provision authorizing U.S. intervention Panama
#423, aired 1986-04-23THE OSCARS: This Best Picture had the shortest title, using only 2 different letters Gigi
#422, aired 1986-04-22GAMBLING: Next to slots, Nevada casinos make more money from this game than any other, nearly $3/4 billion in 1985 blackjack
#421, aired 1986-04-21POLITICIANS: Total number of former vice presidents still living today 4 (Nixon, Agnew, Ford, Mondale)
#420, aired 1986-04-18EXPLORERS: President who sent Lewis & Clark to explore the way to the Pacific Ocean Jefferson
#419, aired 1986-04-17ART: Term for the work a craftsman presented to the guild to qualify for a raise to the top rank masterpiece
#418, aired 1986-04-16THE NOBEL PRIZE: 1st given in 1969, it's the only Nobel Prize category added since awards began in 1901 Economics
#417, aired 1986-04-15THE MILITARY: With MacArthur & Eisenhower, 1 of 3 WWII generals who were only men to ever hold 5-star rank (Omar) Bradley, (George) Marshall or (Henry) Arnold
#416, aired 1986-04-14MEDICINE: Accounting for 3.9 million visits last year, it's the leading reason for a hospital stay childbirth (giving birth)
#415, aired 1986-04-11AMERICAN LITERATURE: Title of O. Henry's collection of short stories, "The Four Million" refers specifically to this the population of New York (the citizens of NYC)
#414, aired 1986-04-10THE CONTINENTS: Of the 7, this continent has the world's longest total coastline, over 96,000 miles North America
#413, aired 1986-04-09HISTORIC NAMES: 2 of the 3 men--a Frenchman, an Englishman, & a Swede--to receive honorary citizenship in the U.S. (2 of) Lafayette, Churchill or Raoul Wallenberg
#412, aired 1986-04-08THE OSCARS: 1 of the only 2 films whose entire casts were nominated for Oscars, they were both based on plays (1 of) Sleuth or Give 'em Hell, Harry!
#411, aired 1986-04-07ENGINEERING: Country which tried to build a canal across Panama before we did it France
#410, aired 1986-04-04TELEVISION: In each TV season from 1958 to 1961, the 3 top-rated shows were of this genre Westerns
#409, aired 1986-04-03U.S. STATES: Only 2 states with capitals west of the Mississippi River which were part of the Confederacy Texas & Arkansas
#408, aired 1986-04-02WORLD LEADERS: During Reagan admin., USSR has had this many different heads of Communist Party, & therefore, the nation 4
#407, aired 1986-04-01NAMES: The most popular papal name after "John", it's associated with music & chronology Gregory
#406, aired 1986-03-31THE PLANETS: Its only known moon is appropriately named after the boatman Charon Pluto
#405, aired 1986-03-28POP MUSIC: Co-writer of '76s Best Song Oscar winner, she said it was 2nd song she'd ever written Barbra Streisand
#404, aired 1986-03-27DEMOCRATS: In 1920, the Harding-Coolidge ticket defeated James Cox & this future president Franklin D. Roosevelt
#403, aired 1986-03-26THE OLYMPICS: The games held in this city were the only ever staged in the Southern Hemisphere Melbourne
#402, aired 1986-03-25CARTOONS: His theme was the only song from a cartoon short ever nominated for "Best Song" Oscar Woody Woodpecker
#401, aired 1986-03-24WORLD TRADE: Country second only to the U.S. in value of both its exports & imports West Germany
#400, aired 1986-03-21WORD ORIGINS: From a medieval occupation, this common English surname is Ferrer in Spanish & Kovacs in Hungarian Smith
#399, aired 1986-03-20THE OLD WEST: Though John C. Fremont was called "The Pathfinder", it was he who served as Fremont's guide Kit Carson
#398, aired 1986-03-19ELECTIONS: Of the 4 Republican presidential candidates to lose to FDR, he won the most electoral votes Thomas Dewey
#397, aired 1986-03-18FAMOUS AMERICANS: 1 year after winning an Oscar, she was honored on a postage stamp, but not for her acting Grace Kelly
#396, aired 1986-03-17MAN IN SPACE: This Space Shuttle, the only 1 named for a spaceship, is the only 1 not to have flown in space the Enterprise
#395, aired 1986-03-14THE '70s: Due to '73 energy crisis, Congress stopped the environmental impact review & ordered its construction the Alaska Pipeline
#394, aired 1986-03-13SPORTING EVENTS: Established in 1911, this yearly event has largest single day attendance in sports the Indy 500
#393, aired 1986-03-12STATE CAPITALS: 2 of 4 state capitals with the word "city" in their name (2 of) Oklahoma City, Carson City, Salt Lake City or Jefferson City
#392, aired 1986-03-11MOVIES: 1951 Best Acting Oscars went to H. Bogart & V. Leigh in films named for these modes of transportation streetcars & steamships
#391, aired 1986-03-10LANGUAGES: Of the Teutonic family of languages, the one most widely spoken English
#390, aired 1986-03-07WORLD LEADERS: This elected official also served, until 1870, as king of most of central Italy the Pope
#389, aired 1986-03-06AMERICAN STATISTICS: Highest birth rate in the U.S. is in this state, where almost 70% of the population has same religion Utah
#388, aired 1986-03-05ART: The 2 geometric shapes containing da Vinci's famous "Vitruvian Man" circle & square
#387, aired 1986-03-04DEMOCRATS: No. of times the Democratic Party has lost the presidential election since WWII 6
#386, aired 1986-03-03POP MUSIC: Since 1955, this song, originally known as "Moritat", has made Billboard Top 40 more times than any other "Mack the Knife"
#385, aired 1986-02-28FAMOUS AMERICANS: 10 years before publishing book subtitled "Life in the Woods", he caused a 300-acre forest fire Henry David Thoreau
#384, aired 1986-02-27WORLD TRADE: In value of both its imports & exports with the U.S., this country is our foremost trading partner Canada
#383, aired 1986-02-26TELEVISION: In fall of 1985, 5 of 8 prime time network series on Mondays had this word in their title and
#382, aired 1986-02-25LIFESTYLE, U.S.A.: This state has consistently had the highest divorce rate, by far Nevada
#381, aired 1986-02-24ELECTIONS: Total of senators & congressman, plus vote of D.C., it's # of electors in Electoral College 538
#375, aired 1986-02-14U.S. GEOGRAPHY: Geographic distinction of the city of Leadville, Colorado the highest incorporated U.S. city
#374, aired 1986-02-13FAMOUS NAMES: In 1985, this person became the 1st professional athlete ever to appear on the front of a Wheaties box Pete Rose
#373, aired 1986-02-12THE OSCARS: In '48, she became the only performer in the sound era to win Best Actress without uttering a word in the film Jane Wyman
#372, aired 1986-02-11EUROPE: All of Denmark is surrounded by water except for its 42 mile boundary with this country Germany
#371, aired 1986-02-10FICTIONAL CHARACTERS: Mother of Bonnie Blue, she ran a sawmill after the Civil War Scarlett O'Hara
#370, aired 1986-02-07ROYALTY: Just as wife of U.S. President is called "First Lady", husband of a reigning British Queen is called this Prince Consort
#369, aired 1986-02-06PRESIDENTS: Of the 25 lawyers who have been President, he served most recently Gerald Ford
#368, aired 1986-02-05ACTORS & ROLES: 1 of 3 actors who won Best Actor Oscar for playing an actor Jimmy Cagney (for George M. Cohan), Ronald Colman, or Richard Dreyfuss
#367, aired 1986-02-04ENERGY: While U.S. is #2 petroleum producer in the world, this country produces the most the Soviet Union
#366, aired 1986-02-03THE SUPREME COURT: This 20th century president was only 1 in history to serve full term but appoint no Supreme Court justice Jimmy Carter
#365, aired 1986-01-31POP MUSIC: This singer had 3 number 1 hits in 1957, & 20 years later his daughter had one Pat Boone
#364, aired 1986-01-30WORLD GEOGRAPHY: 2 of 3 world capitals on the Danube River (2 of) Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade
#363, aired 1986-01-29U.S. CURRENCY: Besides "In God We Trust", the other word found on the face of all current U.S. coins Liberty
#362, aired 1986-01-28THE OLYMPICS: Only the medley relay & this type of race begin with swimmers in water, not on starting block the backstroke
#361, aired 1986-01-27LANGUAGES: In the 16th & 17th centuries it replaced Latin as the language of diplomacy & official documents French
#360, aired 1986-01-24TWENTIETH CENTURY: To honor him in 1965, Elizabeth II was the 1st reigning British monarch to attend a commoner's funeral Winston Churchill
#359, aired 1986-01-23INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS: Besides Australia, 2 other countries who have challenged the U.S. in the America's Cup (2 of) Canada, England or Scotland
#358, aired 1986-01-22SPORTS: Only U.S. Major League Baseball team in which both city & team names are in a foreign language San Diego Padres
#357, aired 1986-01-21THE '40s: Mussolini, Hitler, & FDR all died during this month in 1945 April
#356, aired 1986-01-20WEATHER: All states have recorded temperatures below zero (F.), except this one Hawaii
#355, aired 1986-01-17DEMOCRATS: Nichols & May; Peter, Paul & Mary; and Simon & Garfunkel all reunited at a 1972 benefit for this Democrat George McGovern
#354, aired 1986-01-16THE OSCARS: The 2 Black males who have won Academy Awards for acting Sidney Poitier & Lou Gossett (Jr.)
#353, aired 1986-01-15TELEVISION: It ran on CBS for 20 years, longer than any other U.S. prime-time series with continuing characters Gunsmoke
#352, aired 1986-01-14BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: In U.S., by $ value, the most popular type of goods purchased through mail order sales clothing
#351, aired 1986-01-13U.S. GOVERNMENT: They were the last president & vice-president to be elected to a second term Ronald Reagan & George Bush
#350, aired 1986-01-10SCIENCE: Abbreviations of the 2 radio frequency ranks falling between high frequency & super high frequency VHF & UHF
#349, aired 1986-01-09VICE PRESIDENTS: 2 of the 3 Vice Presidents to serve under FDR (2 of) Harry S. Truman, Henry A. Wallace, and John Nance Garner
#348, aired 1986-01-08THE MILITARY: Foreign country in which the most American soldiers are stationed Germany
#347, aired 1986-01-07AMERICAN HISTORY: McLean House in Virginia was site of this event the Confederate surrender
#346, aired 1986-01-06EUROPE: The most famous bell tower in the world sits adjacent to a cathedral in this Italian city Pisa
#345, aired 1986-01-03ENERGY: 1st plant to use this lunar-related power opened in 1966 on French side of the English Channel tidal power (wave generated energy, tides)
#344, aired 1986-01-02U.S. PRESIDENTS: 2 of 4 presidents never to appear on a regular U.S. stamp or coin (2 of) Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan & Jimmy Carter
#343, aired 1986-01-01ELECTIONS: 2 of 6 states that cast only 3 electoral votes for president in 1984 (2 of) Wyoming, Alaska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Vermont, and Delaware
#342, aired 1985-12-31ACTORS & ROLES: Role played by J. Gilbert in the silents, R. Donat in the talkies, & R. Chamberlain in TV movie the Count of Monte Cristo
#341, aired 1985-12-30WOMEN IN SPORTS: In 1975, 11-year-old Karen Stead coasted to victory as 1st female winner of this racing event Soap Box Derby
#340, aired 1985-12-27LANDMARKS: Of the 6 current standard U.S. coins, the number that feature U.S. landmarks 2
#339, aired 1985-12-26AGRICULTURE: Though 65% of its workers are in agriculture, this continent has lowest farming output, per capita Africa
#338, aired 1985-12-25GOVERNMENTS: Country with the oldest written constitution still in use The United States
#337, aired 1985-12-24SPORTS: 1 of 2 sports which, in order to avoid injuries, ban left-handed playing (1 of) jai alai or polo
#336, aired 1985-12-23THE FLAG: Per U.S. flag code, only place in U.S. where another flag may be legally flown higher than ours The United Nations
#335, aired 1985-12-20ELECTIONS: Winner of the Presidential election in which Ronald Reagan got one electoral vote Jimmy Carter
#334, aired 1985-12-19THE MOVIES: Of Disney's 7 dwarfs, the 2 whose names do not end in "Y" Bashful & Doc
#333, aired 1985-12-18RECENT HISTORY: Total number of men who have been U.S. President during the current British monarch's rule 8
#332, aired 1985-12-17THE 50 STATES: Besides X, Y, & Z, 3 other letters that do not begin the name of an American state (3 of) B, E, J & Q
#331, aired 1985-12-16U.S. CURRENCY: Up to & including the $100 bill, the sum total of all U.S. paper currency denominations in current use $188
#330, aired 1985-12-13LANDMARKS: They are America's only National Historic Landmark on wheels the San Francisco cable cars
#329, aired 1985-12-12IN THE NEWS: Year when 1st test-tube baby was born, Oscar turned 50, & John Paul II became pope 1978
#328, aired 1985-12-11KINGS & QUEENS: Eleanor of Aquitaine was only woman ever to be married to kings of both these countries England and France
#327, aired 1985-12-10LANGUAGES: Per 1980 census, after English & Spanish, the 3rd most popular language spoken at home in the U.S. Italian
#324, aired 1985-12-05MONEY: Smallest U.S. denomination, it appears on no coins, just trading stamps, & tax notices 1 mill (1/10 of a cent)
#316, aired 1985-11-25BROADCASTING: Though British born, he has been under contract to NBC continuously since 1938 Bob Hope
#315, aired 1985-11-22THE AMERICAS: Westernmost national capital in the Americas Mexico City
#314, aired 1985-11-21THE SUPREME COURT: This president appointed more Supreme Court justices than any other George Washington
#313, aired 1985-11-20THE OSCARS: Winning Best Actress Oscars in 1964 & 65, these 2 British-born actresses share the same 1st name Julie Andrews & Julie Christie
#312, aired 1985-11-19LITERATURE: 1952 novel that begins off the coast of Cuba, & ends on shore 3 days later The Old Man and the Sea
#311, aired 1985-11-18THE 50 STATES: Aside from the Dakotas & Carolinas, # of states with 2 words in their names as commonly used 6
#310, aired 1985-11-15LANDMARKS: Popular name for the Jefferson Nat'l Expansion Memorial Gateway Arch
#309, aired 1985-11-14U.S. GOVERNMENT: Individual receiving 2nd-highest U.S. gov't salary--$104,700 per year excluding expenses chief justice
#308, aired 1985-11-13BIOLOGY: Of the 4, blood group of the universal recipient AB
#307, aired 1985-11-12FLAGS: This color appears on more different national flags than any other red
#306, aired 1985-11-11THE NOBEL PRIZE: Since it was established in 1901, the Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to these 2 U.S. Presidents Theodore Roosevelt & Woodrow Wilson
#305, aired 1985-11-08MISS AMERICA: More Miss Americas have come from this populous state than any other California
#304, aired 1985-11-07MATHEMATICS: The only positive whole number that is the sum of the two whole numbers before it 3
#303, aired 1985-11-06LAKES & RIVERS: The 2 Great Lakes that border on Wisconsin Lake Superior & Lake Michigan
#302, aired 1985-11-05TIME: Though perhaps borrowed from the Chaldeans, this religious group established use of a 7-day week the Jews
#301, aired 1985-11-04LANGUAGES: Of Switzerland's 3 official languages, the one used by about 70% of the population German
#300, aired 1985-11-01WORLD HISTORY: In 1794, 1830, 1846, 1848, 1861, & 1863 this neighbor unsuccessfully revolted against Russia Poland
#299, aired 1985-10-31SOLAR SYSTEM: This planet's orbit comes closest to Earth Venus
#298, aired 1985-10-30FAMOUS AMERICANS: Famous American after whom B.F. Goodrich was named Benjamin Franklin
#297, aired 1985-10-29U.S. GOVERNMENT: The only elected official in the fed. gov't. with duties in both the executive & legislative branches vice president
#296, aired 1985-10-28THE OSCARS: In 1937 & '38, he became only man to win Best Actor Oscar in consecutive years Spencer Tracy
#295, aired 1985-10-25SCIENCE: From name of Greek sun god, it is the 2nd most abundant element in the universe helium
#294, aired 1985-10-24BUSINESS & INDUSTRY: Having acquired Hughes Aircraft, it's now the world's largest industrial corporation again General Motors
#293, aired 1985-10-23HISTORIC NAMES: 1 of the "heroes" of the Alamo, he was also a slave-trader, land-swindler, & notorious brawler Jim Bowie
#292, aired 1985-10-22ENGINEERING: 20th century engineering feat whose slogan was "the land divided, the world united" the Panama Canal
#291, aired 1985-10-21MARK TWAIN: State capital where Mark Twain lived 20 yrs. & wrote "Tom Sawyer", "Huck Finn", & "Life on the Miss." Hartford, Connecticut
#290, aired 1985-10-18LANDMARKS: According to the famous poem, its name is "Mother of Exiles" the Statue of Liberty
#289, aired 1985-10-17GENERALS: Former West Pt. superintendent & future general, in 1859 he led troops that captured John Brown Robert E. Lee
#288, aired 1985-10-16MONEY: 1 of 2 pieces of U.S. currency on which an automobile is shown the $10 bill & the $50 bill
#287, aired 1985-10-15FOOD & DRINK: Worldwide, more of this fruit is produced for food & drink than any other grapes
#286, aired 1985-10-14THE BIBLE: Only 1 of the 4 Horsemen of the Apocalypse specifically named in text of King James or Douay Bible Death
#285, aired 1985-10-11TELEVISION: For 2 years, NBC didn’t call it “Saturday Night Live” because of 18 wk. ABC “SNL” series starring him Howard Cosell
#284, aired 1985-10-10AGRICULTURE: Though a leader in wheat production, this country also imports more wheat than any other the USSR
#283, aired 1985-10-09LANGUAGES: In population, it's the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world Mexico
#282, aired 1985-10-08GEOGRAPHY: Other than North America, the continent closest to South America Antarctica
#281, aired 1985-10-07EARLY AMERICA: From 1752 to 1799, it was state house for both the colony & state of Pennsylvania Independence Hall
#280, aired 1985-10-04BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY: Over 1/2 of Fortune 500 and 42% of all N.Y. Stock Exchange companies are incorporated in this state Delaware
#279, aired 1985-10-03WORLD POLITICS: Last Communist party chief of the U.S.S.R. to leave office without dying Nikita Khrushchev
#278, aired 1985-10-02THE CONTINENTS: Of the 7, this continent has the greatest number of independent countries Africa
#277, aired 1985-10-01MOVIES: Compass directions of the Wicked Witches killed in "The Wizard of Oz" west & east
#276, aired 1985-09-30RECENT HISTORY: President under whom the U.S. gave full recognition to Communist China Jimmy Carter
#275, aired 1985-09-27THE FLAG: After a former president's death, the flag is flown at half-mast for this many days 30
#274, aired 1985-09-26GAMES: The 1 word most frequently found in the center square of a bingo card Free
#273, aired 1985-09-25IN THE NEWS: A mid-August 1980 strike in the Lenin Shipyard led to the formation of this now famous group Solidarity
#272, aired 1985-09-24HISTORIC NAMES: On Sept. 8, 1825, he left for France with honorary U.S. citizenship, $200,000 & 23,000 acres in Florida Marquis de Lafayette
#271, aired 1985-09-23SPORTS: With a total of 20, this player holds record for most Wimbledon titles ever Billie Jean King
#270, aired 1985-09-20U.S. PRESIDENTS: Our 8th president, he was 1st to be born an American citizen & not a British subject Martin Van Buren
#269, aired 1985-09-19THE CALENDAR: Date of the final day of the 20th century December 31, 2000
#268, aired 1985-09-18U.S. POPULATION: The Census Bureau estimates this state will not exceed any other in population before year 2000 Alaska
#267, aired 1985-09-17HOLIDAYS: Then called Decoration Day, Memorial Day was 1st observed after this war the Civil War
#266, aired 1985-09-16THE OSCARS: Though better known for TV work, she won an Oscar for 1971's "The Last Picture Show" Cloris Leachman
#265, aired 1985-09-13SCIENCE: This Polish-born scientist was 1st person to win 2 Nobel prizes Marie Curie
#264, aired 1985-09-12MISS AMERICA: He replaced Bert Parks as host of Miss America pageant for 1980 Ron Ely
#263, aired 1985-09-11EXPLORERS: Of Columbus' 3 ships on his 1st voyage, the one that never returned to Spain the Santa Maria
#262, aired 1985-09-10WORLD LEADERS: His daughter & grandson have also served as India's prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru
#261, aired 1985-09-09WOMEN IN SPORTS: Among the women prominent in this sport are Rachel McLish, Lori Bowen, & Cory Everson bodybuilding
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