Emgold Mining Corp

Published : February 01st, 2012

Announces Successful Results from its 2011 Core Drilling Program Stewart Property, B.C.

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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

TSX Venture Exchange: EMR
Other OTC: EGMCF
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U.S. 20-F Registration: 000-51411

Emgold Announces Successful Results from its 2011 Core Drilling Program Stewart Property, B.C.

Emgold Mining Corporation (EMR: TSX-V) ("Emgold" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has completed the 2011 field exploration program ("2011 Program") for its Stewart Property, located near Salmo, British Columbia. The focus of the 2011 Program was to further delineate a molybdenum exploration target, the Stewart Moly Zone, which has been indentified from historic drilling on the property and from subsequent drilling by Emgold.

The 2011 Program consisted of 19 drill holes totaling 2,526 metres. Both high and low grade molybdenum mineralization was encountered in drilling, as well as other metals including gold. Emgold has also identified the presence of rhenium, one of the rarest elements in the earth's crust. Rhenium is used as a catalyst in the production of lead-free, high-octane gasoline. It is also used in alloys for jet engines and in tungsten and molybdenum based alloys. Both gold and rhenium have potential to be important byproduct metals within the deposit if found in sufficient quantities.

Highlights of the 2011 Program include:

  • drill hole 11SM06 returned 58.65 metres averaging 0.198% MoS2, with 0.58% MoS2 over 0.9 metres;
  • drill hole 11SM07 returned 4.92 metres averaging 0.233% MoS2, with 0.98% MoS2 over 0.6 metres;
  • drill hole 11SM12 returned 9.25 metres averaging 1.94% MoS2;
  • drill hole 11SM17 returned 1.03 metres of 0.98% MoS2; and
  • drill hole 11SM18 returned 1.87 metres of 0.56% MoS2.
In addition to molybdenum, gold was also encountered including,
  • drill hole 11SM01 returned 1.56 meters of 1.15 grams per tonne gold;
  • drill hole 11SM05 returned 2.50 meters of 1.17 grams per tonne gold and 1.5 meters of 3.93 gram per ton gold;
  • Drill hole 11SM08 returned 1.34 meters of 1.27 grams per tonne gold;
  • Drill hole 11SM10 returned 1.82 meters of 1.65 grams per tonne gold;
  • Drill hole 11SM12 returned 0.21 meters of 7.09 grams per tonne gold; and
  • Drill hole 11SM14 returned 1.30 meters of 1.65 grams per tonne gold.
Elevated values for rhenium returned from the 2011 core samples were, in most instances, closely related to areas of elevated molybdenum. Significant rhenium intersections include:
  • Hole 11SM06 where elevated Re values were returned from 14.02 metres depth down to 191.1 metres in the drill hole, with up to 1,653 ppb over 1.61 metres; and
  • Hole 11SM17 returned the highest Re value of 2,204 ppb over 1.03 metres within a string of elevated values from 163.17 to 186.2 metres depth down the hole.
Details of the drill holes, including mineralization intercepts, are set forth in Table 1 below and Table 2 attached to this news release.

Historic Exploration of the Stewart Moly Zone by Emgold and Others

The Stewart Property (the "Property"), located in the Nelson Mining District, is an attractive poly-metallic exploration property. It contains a variety of styles and types of mineralization, with targets identified in different areas within the Property. Targets include the Stewart Moly Zone, Arrow Tungsten Zone, Craigtown Gold Zone, and Free Silver Zone. The Property consists of 28 contiguous mineral tenures (claims) covering 5,789 hectares, all of which are 100% owned by Emgold.

Previous exploration of the Stewart Moly Zone has included geological mapping, soil and rock geochemistry, geophysics, trenching and drilling. The most extensive of those historic programs was conducted by Shell Canada Resources in 1980-1981 and Selco Inc., a division of BP Exploration Canada Limited, in 1983. The two companies were searching primarily for molybdenum and drilled 23 holes in the area (Sources: Turner, G.W., Assessment Report 7722, 1980; Turner, G.W., Assessment Report 10072, 1981; and Carpenter, T., Assessment Report 12,251, 1983 - reports available at B.C. Ministry of Mines ARIS website).

In 1980 Shell drilled three diamond drill holes and in 1981 another 16 diamond drill holes and defined a narrow, steep dipping podiform breccia zone based on four of those holes. Historic information available from the Shell program includes assessment and project reports, drill logs, assay laboratory reports and summaries of the sampling and assaying procedures.

Selco Inc. conducted extensive exploration on the property for metals, primarily molybdenum, between 1982 and 1984. In 1982 Selco did airborne EM and magnetics surveys and rock chip sampling, and in 1983 they continued with geological evaluations, further geochemical sampling, ground geophysics and drilling. Much of their work was on the Stewart Moly Zone.

Emgold acquired the Stewart Property in 2001 and continued evaluation of the Stewart Moly Zone in 2005 and 2007. Geochemical sampling, geophysics, trenching, and drilling programs were completed to check historic work and further assess the strong molybdenum and other mineralization in the area. The Company drilled eight holes in the area, two of which were twin holes adjacent to historic drilling. The results of the twin holes compared favorably to the original Shell drill holes (see Emgold's Nov. 28 and 29, 2005 and Nov. 28, 2007 press releases).

2011 Program Results for the Stewart Moly Zone by Emgold

The 2011 Program focused solely on the Stewart Moly Zone and drilling intersected granitic rocks along a contact with altered sediments. Molybdenite mineralization was encountered within brecciated granite and sediments with strong silicification and potassic alteration. The drill program was successful at further delineating the extents and content of the molybdenum mineralized body. The location, orientation, depth, and significant results from the 19 holes drilled in the 2011 Program are outlined in Tables 1 and 2.

All of the 2011 core drilling was conducted within an approximate 120 metre strike length along the mineralized structure of the Stewart Moly Zone. The drill hole locations and orientations are provided in the Table 1 below:

Table 1
2011 Drill Hole Location, Orientation and Depth

Hole_id

UTM
E

UTM
N

Elevation
m

Azimuth

Dip

Depth
ft

Depth
m

11SM01

480750

5458840

1622

16

-45

726

221.28

11SM02

480750

5458840

1622

105

-45

206

62.79

11SM03

480750

5458840

1622

285

-45

206

62.79

11SM04

480773

5458918

1611

0

-90

508

154.84

11SM05

480760

5458910

1608

0

-90

367

111.86

11SM06

480766

5458900

1613

55

-64

756

230.43

11SM07

480762

5458900

1613

0

-90

497

151.49

11SM08

480755

5458884

1604

0

-90

297

90.53

11SM09

480726

5458886

1601

0

-90

287

87.48

11SM10

480720

5458900

1597

103

-70

384

117.04

11SM11

480720

5458900

1597

0

-90

407

124.05

11SM12

480721

5458910

1601

68

-64

456

138.99

11SM13

480756

5458932

1600

140

-70

467

145.39

11SM14

480760

5458951

1596

144

-65

384

117.96

11SM15

480795

5458970

1598

204

-65

367

111.86

11SM16

480800

5458968

1602

0

-90

337

102.72

11SM17

480794

5458951

1601

0

-90

646

196.9

11SM18

480800

5458936

1597

0

-90

668

203.61

11SM19

480815

5458950

1594

0

-90

307

93.57


Mineralized drill hole intercepts are summarized in Table 2, attached to this release. The results show intercepts of high and low grade molybdenum mineralization, as well as the presence of gold and rhenium.

Emgold's geologists utilized a strict quality assurance plan during the exploration programs that included communication with contractors about the needs for appropriate quality assurance, procurement of supplies and services capable of delivering the desired level of quality, sample handling to ensure integrity, inspection and testing to ensure that all work met or exceeded quality criteria, using methods that reduced the potential for errors, proper training of staff, and

statistical analysis that ensured quality criteria were met. The Company completed drill core logging and processing at its facility in Salmo, BC. Samples were shipped to Acme Analytical Laboratories ("Acme"), an independent assay laboratory, in Vancouver for analysis. Acme Vancouver is ISO 9001 Certified. The exploration program was supervised by Perry Grunenberg, P.Geo. He is a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101.

The assay laboratory catalogued all samples, maintained complete chain of custody throughout the analytical process. All sample preparation was done at the laboratory by their staff following standard procedures. As part of their quality assurance, the laboratory incorporated assaying standards, test blanks, and duplicate analyses of samples, and included those results in final reports. The final signed reports completed the chain of custody process. Thus far, no factors of any kind have been encountered in sampling programs conducted by Emgold on the Stewart Property that could materially affect the accuracy or reliability of Emgold's sample data. All assay results to date have now been tabulated and reviewed.

Analysis of the Results

The Stewart Moly Zone is currently interpreted to be a breccia pipe, as previously interpreted from geologic modeling using MineSight(r) software. It is a mineralized block with variable shape. The mineralization is closely associated with a breccia structure with apparent length of approximately 200 meters and variable widths up to 80 meters. The true width is not known. It is exposed at ground surface, and historic drilling indicates depths of 150 meters to date. Potential exists to expand the mineralized zone in several directions and at depth.

The current density of drilling along the mineralized breccia body will now allow for 3-dimensional modeling to further assess the resource potential, as well as delineating areas that may indicate further extents to the mineralization. Emgold is currently focused on completing drill hole compilation and modeling with the objective of ultimately defining an NI 43-101 compliant molybdenum resource in the Stewart Moly Zone. Other potential accessory metals such as gold and rhenium will be modeled as part of this work.

Nickel based super-alloys, for use in jet engines, contain up to 6 percent rhenium, making jet engine construction the largest use for the element, with chemical industry catalytic uses being the next most important. It is widely used as filaments for mass spectrographs. Rhenium is also used as an electrical contact material. Because of low availability relative to demand, rhenium is among the most expensive industrial metals. The average rhenium North American Spot Metal Price (99.9% Re) on January 1, 2012 was US$4,359.64 per kilogram (source metalprices.com).

Drilling to date indicates the potential to define a resource that may be recovered by open pit and underground mining extraction. Future exploration at Stewart may consider exploration for other possible breccia pipes in the area, as breccia pipes can often occur in clusters. Potential also exists for a mineralized porphyry system at depth. Exploration may also consider gold and silver targets that have been previously identified on the Property.

Emgold is in the process of completing an Assessment Report for the 2011 Program. Emgold will then develop a plan and budget for its 2012 exploration program at Stewart. In December 2011, Emgold raised CDN$767,750 of flow through funds for exploration on its B.C. properties, Stewart and Rozan, in 2012.

David Watkinson, President and CEO of Emgold stated, "The Stewart Property represents a highly prospective exploration property with a variety of exciting targets. Emgold is currently focused on completing core drilling with the ultimate objective of defining an NI 43-101 compliant molybdenum resource in the Stewart Moly Zone to improve the value of the property. There are other gold and silver targets that also require additional exploration to assess their potential."

Information in this news release that is of a scientific or technical nature was prepared by or under the supervision of, and approved by, Perry Grunenberg, P.Geo, an independent consultant to the Company. He is a Qualified Person as defined in National Instrument 43-101 and supervised the 2011 Program.

For more information about Emgold, the Idaho-Maryland Gold Project and the Buckskin Rawhide, Stewart, and Rozan Properties, please visit www.emgold.com.

On behalf of the Board of Directors

David G. Watkinson, P.Eng.

President & CEO

For further information please contact:
Tel: 604-687-4622 Toll Free: 1-888-267-1400
Email: info@emgold.com


This release was prepared by the Company's management. Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as the term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. This news release includes certain statements that are "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of applicable securities laws including statements regarding the Company's planned work programs, expected results and potential mineralization and resources on the Stewart Property. Forward-looking statements are based on certain assumptions of the Company, including that the Company has adequate capital to fund its proposed exploration programs, that actual results of exploration and development activities are consistent with management's expectations, that assumptions relating to mineral resource estimates are accurate, the assumption that metal prices remain at current values, and that the Company is able to procure equipment and supplies for its planned work programs Although the Company believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements include exploration results that are different than those anticipated, inability to raise or otherwise security capital to fund planned programs, changes to metal prices, the price of the Company's shares, the costs of labour, equipment and other costs associated with exploration, availability of drilling equipment and operators, development and mining operations, exploitation and exploration successes, continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. The Company does not intend to update or revise any forward-looking information whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required by law. For more information on the Company, investors should review the Company's filings that are available at www.sedar.com or the Company's website at www.emgold.com.

Table 2
Results, 2011 Drill Program, Stewart Moly Zone

Hole
Number

From
(m)

To
(m)

Intercept
Width* (m)

MoS2**
(%)

Mo
(%)

Au
ppb

Re
ppb

11SM01

16.13

17.68

1.55

 

 

 

804

 

21.50

22.65

1.15

 

 

 

502

 

81.30

82.68

1.38

0.0810

0.049

 

 

 

129.84

131.40

1.56

 

 

1,148.5

 

 

201.40

202.40

1.00

 

 

620.2

 

11SM02

No Significant Values

 

 

 

 

 

 

11SM03

29.80

32.31

2.51

 

 

530.2

 

 

44.50

47.55

3.05

0.0284

0.017

 

 

11SM04

3.80

5.49

1.69

0.0984

0.059

 

 

 

5.49

6.96

1.47

0.0867

0.052

 

 

 

16.13

17.68

1.55

0.3069

0.184

 

 

 

19.35

20.57

1.22

0.1151

0.069

 

 

 

21.50

22.65

1.15

0.1451

0.087

 

 

 

29.00

32.02

3.02

0.0567

0.034

 

 

11SM05

1.51

4.10

2.59

0.0601

0.0360

 

 

 

8.23

12.62

4.39

0.1220

0.073

 

 

including

8.23

9.2

0.97

0.2302

0.138

 

816

and

9.20

11.27

2.07

0.0684

0.041

 

 

and

11.27

12.62

1.35

0.1268

0.076

 

505

 

23.47

24.85

1.38

0.1635

0.098

 

 

 

32.50

35.00

2.50

 

 

1,170.9

 

 

35.00

36.50

1.50

 

 

3,935.5

 

11SM06

14.02

15.50

1.48

0.3086

0.185

 

1,060

 

31.10

32.61

1.51

0.2419

0.145

 

780

 

47.25

105.90

58.65

0.1980

0.119

 

 

including

47.25

48.36

1.11

0.1435

0.086

 

 

and

48.36

50.60

2.24

0.1618

0.097

 

540

and

50.60

53.64

3.04

0.1985

0.119

 

623

and

54.97

56.69

1.72

0.1151

0.069

 

 

and

56.69

59.74

3.05

0.1635

0.098

 

 

and

59.74

61.00

1.26

0.1918

0.115

 

586

and

61.00

62.79

1.79

0.4404

0.264

 

1,031

and

62.79

65.84

3.05

0.1685

0.101

 

 

and

65.84

67.90

2.06

0.1234

0.074

 

 

and

67.90

69.60

1.70

0.2035

0.122

 

526

and

71.80

72.87

1.07

0.1668

0.100

 

 

and

72.87

74.98

2.11

0.2319

0.139

 

662

and

74.98

77.05

2.07

0.4971

0.298

 

1,160

and

77.05

78.50

1.45

0.0367

0.022

 

 

and

78.50

80.00

1.50

0.2652

0.159

 

781

and

80.00

81.50

1.50

0.2936

0.176

 

870

and

81.50

83.90

2.40

0.5038

0.302

 

1,240

and

83.90

85.07

1.17

0.2469

0.148

 

698

and

85.07

86.85

1.78

0.2969

0.178

 

879

and

86.85

88.00

1.15

0.0767

0.046

 

 

and

88.00

89.50

1.50

0.0951

0.057

 

 

and

89.50

91.50

2.00

0.1084

0.065

 

 

and

91.50

93.50

2.00

0.0601

0.036

 

 

and

93.50

95.50

2.00

0.0834

0.050

 

 

and

95.50

97.05

1.55

0.2902

0.174

 

868

and

97.05

98.80

1.75

0.0550

0.033

 

 

and

98.80

100.80

2.00

0.0934

0.056

 

 

and

100.80

101.90

1.10

0.1518

0.091

 

 

and

101.90

103.00

1.10

0.1418

0.085

 

 

and

103.00

103.90

0.90

0.5822

0.349

 

1,418

and

103.90

105.90

2.00

0.2285

0.137

 

791

 

187.76

189.49

1.73

 

 

 

537

 

189.49

191.10

1.61

 

 

 

1,653

11SM07

1.83

3.33

1.50

0.3153

0.189

 

1,009

 

3.33

5.18

1.85

0.1451

0.087

 

 

 

6.68

8.23

1.55

0.1368

0.082

 

 

 

17.67

20.42

4.92

0.2330

0.139

 

 

including

17.67

18.27

0.6

0.9792

0.587

 

1,751

and

18.27

19.4

1.13

0.1535

0.092

 

 

and

19.4

20.42

1.02

0.34200

0.205

 

735

 

46.65

48.65

2.00

0.2235

0.134

 

702

11SM08

34.32

35.66

1.34

 

 

1,269.8

 

 

57

58

1.00

0.1268

0.076

 

 

11SM09

No Significant Values

 

 

 

 

 

 

11SM10

12.8

14.62

1.82

 

 

1,649.7

 

 

50.9

52.17

1.27

0.1301

0.078

 

 

11SM11

66.14

69.19

3.05

 

 

350.2

 

 

81.38

84.43

3.05

 

 

380.9

 

 

84.43

87.48

3.05

 

 

226.7

 

11SM12

6.92

8.45

1.53

0.2552

0.153

 

605

 

8.45

10.97

2.52

0.1385

0.083

 

 

 

17.07

18.57

1.50

0.2352

0.141

 

609

 

20.12

21.62

1.50

0.1852

0.111

 

 

 

29.26

32.31

3.05

0.1401

0.084

 

 

 

39.9

41.45

1.55

0.1885

0.113

 

 

 

42.87

52.12

9.25

0.1940

0.116

 

 

including

42.87

44.5

1.63

0.3036

0.182

 

>1,000

and

44.5

46

1.50

0.1535

0.092

 

 

and

46

47.55

1.55

0.1701

0.102

 

 

and

47.55

50.6

3.05

0.2068

0.124

 

538

and

50.6

52.12

1.52

0.1151

0.069

 

 

 

132.76

132.97

0.21

 

 

7,094.9

 

11SM13

22.06

23.47

1.41

 

 

 

789

11SM14

43.3

44.5

1.20

0.4087

0.245

 

1,412

 

69.19

70.7

1.51

0.1785

0.107

 

 

 

70.7

72.24

1.54

0.3119

0.187

 

861

 

69.19

70.7

1.51

0.1785

0.107

 

 

 

76.3

77.6

1.30

 

 

1,646.7

 

 

114.5

115.95

1.45

0.1435

0.086

 

 

11SM15

65.44

66.74

1.30

0.1802

0.108

 

688

 

72.24

73.45

1.21

0.2636

0.158

 

723

 

92.57

93.57

1.00

 

 

393.4

 

 

97.8

100.1

2.30

0.1585

0.095

 

 

11SM16

No Significant Values

 

 

 

 

 

 

11SM17

154.6

155.87

1.27

0.1401

0.084

 

 

 

160.32

163.17

2.85

0.1701

0.102

 

 

 

163.17

164.2

1.03

0.9825

0.589

 

2,204

 

167

169.58

2.58

0.2252

0.135

 

558

 

169.58

171.00

1.42

0.1334

0.080

 

 

 

171.00

172.52

1.52

 

 

 

596

 

172.52

174.06

1.54

 

 

 

730

 

174.06

176.2

2.14

0.1568

0.094

 

 

 

177.2

178.61

1.41

0.4871

0.292

 

1,197

 

178.61

180.1

1.49

0.1351

0.081

 

 

 

184.71

186.2

1.49

0.2319

0.139

 

500

11SM18

29.4

31.27

1.87

0.5605

0.336

 

1,566

 

56.5

57.9

1.40

0.2402

0.144

 

644

 

75.59

77.04

1.45

0.2552

0.153

 

618

 

90.94

91.94

1.00

0.1418

0.085

 

 

11SM19

No Significant Values

 

 

 

 

 

 

* true width of intercept unknown due to variable nature of brecciated host
** conversion Mo to MoS2 multiply by 1.6681
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Emgold Mining is a gold development stage company based in Canada.

Emgold Mining holds various exploration projects in Canada.

Its main assets in production are IDAHO-MARYLAND in USA and ROZAN in Canada and its main exploration properties are JAZZ, STEWART and BUCKSKIN RAWHIDE in Canada.

Emgold Mining is listed in Canada, in Germany and in United States of America. Its market capitalisation is CA$ 21.5 millions as of today (US$ 17.2 millions, € 15.1 millions).

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6/17/2013(Buckskin Rawhide)Drilling to Commence on Emgold's Buckskin Rawhide East Prope...
4/8/2013(Stewart)Discovers New Gold Zone at its Stewart Property, B.C.
9/7/2012(Idaho-maryland)Idaho-Maryland Project Update
8/28/2012(Rozan)Commences 2012 Exploration Program Rozan Property, B.C.
2/15/2012Doubles Size of its Koegel Rawhide Gold-Silver Property, Nev...
2/6/2012(Buckskin Rawhide)Completes Acquisition and Expands its Buckskin Rawhide Gold ...
2/1/2012(Stewart)Announces Successful Results from its 2011 Core Drilling Pro...
1/30/2012(Buckskin Rawhide)s Gold Exploration Activities at its Buckskin Rawhide Proper...
1/25/2012(Rozan)Announces Successful Results 2011 Exploration Program Rozan ...
6/16/2011(Idaho-maryland)Advances Idaho-Maryland Gold Mine Permitting
4/11/2011(Idaho-maryland)Moves Forward with Idaho-Maryland Project Permitting
4/11/2011(Buckskin Rawhide)Expands Claim Position at its Buckskin Rawhide Gold-Silver P...
3/25/2011(Stewart)Announces Upcoming 2011 Field Exploration and Drilling Progr...
3/9/2011(Idaho-maryland)Announces Idaho-Maryland Project Update
1/12/2011(Buckskin Rawhide)Finds High Grade Gold at its Buckskin Rawhide Property, Neva...
7/23/2010(Idaho-maryland)Extends Lease And Option To Purchase Agreement For The Idaho...
1/7/2008(Idaho-maryland Mine)Achieves Important Milestone In Gold Mine Permit Application
11/16/2007(Stewart Property) Discovers Additional Tungsten Mineralization In Trenches At...
6/26/2007Achieves Important Permitting Milestone For Idaho-Maryland M...
Corporate news of Emgold Mining Corp
11/29/2013Announces Annual General Meeting and Special Meeting Results
9/4/2013Raises US$450,000 Through Real Estate Transaction
1/30/2013(Buckskin Rawhide)Announces Non-Brokered Private Placement Provides Update on ...
1/28/2013(Rozan)Intersects Gold at its Rozan Property, B.C.
9/10/2012Warrants Exercised
8/17/2012Completes Re-Pricing and Extension of Warrants
7/18/2012to Re-Price and Extend Existing Warrants Offers Early Conver...
5/1/2012Retains Vanguard Shareholder Solutions for Investor Relation...
3/28/2012Identifies Gold Target at its Koegel Rawhide Gold-Silver Pro...
2/27/2012Finds High Grade Gold at its Recently Acquired Koegel Rawhid...
4/20/2011(Buckskin Rawhide)Finds More High Grade Gold And Silver at its Buckskin Rawhid...
8/7/2010Converts Series A Preference Shares And Accrued Dividends To...
9/23/2009Annual And Special Meeting
9/29/2008Presents The Idaho-Maryland Project Overview
9/21/2008Shareholder Update
2/6/2008 Receives Recent Coverage By Smartstox.Com
11/28/2007Completes Drilling On Its Molybdenum, Tungsten And Gold Prop...
8/1/2007Takes New Direction
4/11/2007Additional Exploration Targets At Idaho-Maryland Gold Mine
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