Alamos Gold Receives Positive Metallurgical Test Results for San Carlos and Provides Mulatos Exploration Update
Published : June 21, 2011
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TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 21, 2011) - Alamos Gold Inc. (News - Market indicators) ("Alamos" or the "Company") announces positive results from metallurgical testing conducted on the high-grade ore at San Carlos. The results indicate that the high-grade ore is amenable to gravity separation, capable of providing an additional source of mill feed to the gravity plant that the Company is currently constructing to process the high-grade ore at Escondida.

The Company has also completed 32,400 metres ("m") of drilling in 155 holes to-date in 2011 as part of its planned exploration drilling program at the Mulatos district. Locations of the exploration targets at Mulatos are shown in figures 1 and 2.

San Carlos Metallurgical Test Results

Two high-grade composite samples from the 2010 core drilling program at San Carlos were submitted for metallurgical testing. Testing was optimized to replicate the gravity plant that the Company is currently constructing to process the high-grade ore at Escondida. Initial test results revealed that the high-grade ore at San Carlos is amenable to gravity separation and can be processed economically through the gravity plant. Approximately 57% and 69% of the contained gold in the two composites were recovered through gravity separation, and ultimate recovery rates were 70% and 78% respectively, when the tailings were leached with cyanide. These levels of ultimate recovery are 15% to 20% higher than leaching the high-grade ore at San Carlos alone. The potential to improve these recovery rates exists and will be evaluated in the next phase of testing.

Using an anticipated cut-off grade of 3.0 grams of gold per tonne ("g/t Au") for the gravity plant, "in-pit" mineral reserves at San Carlos total 398,000 tonnes grading 6.69 g/t Au. Outside the pit limit, measured and indicated mineral resources total 195,000 tonnes grading 4.99 g/t Au. The Company believes the high-grade San Carlos reserves and resources could potentially double the mill feed for the gravity plant.

San Carlos Exploration Update

The Company initiated a drill program in February 2011 to test for new high-grade resources. The Company has since drilled 7,400 m in 21 holes. Assay results are presented in Table 1 and the Mulatos pit locations are presented in Figure 2. 

Notable assay results from recent drilling include:

11SC126 4.57 m at 19.54 g/t Au
    16.77 m at 1.28 g/t Au
11SC127 36.59 m at 4.37 g/t Au
11SC128 9.14 m at 30.45 g/t Au
    13.71 m at 19.09 g/t Au
11SC138 13.72 m at 5.80 g/t Au
    3.05 m at 22.56 g/t Au
11SC139 3.04 m at 3.37 g/t Au
11SC144 12.20 m at 1.09 g/t Au

Drill holes 126, 127, and 128 are infill and step-out holes drilled on the northeast edge of the resource area. The results from these holes confirm the continuity of the high-grade mineralization towards the northeast. The remaining holes reflect intercepts from additional en echelon structural high-grade zones discovered to the northeast of the main San Carlos resource. The Company identified at least two additional sub-parallel structures, located up to 600 m from the resource area, with surface mapping indicating the potential for additional zones to the northeast. The new zones are located at the same elevation as the existing mineralization but under significant overburden and are potentially amenable to underground mining. Additional wide-spaced drilling is planned to define the extent of the new mineralized zones.

The recent San Carlos drill program has identified high-grade gold mineralization in the stratigraphic units above the main district host-rock stratigraphy, which was previously thought to be barren of gold mineralization. This mineralization represents a late-stage high-grade event, overprinting the main Mulatos low-grade gold mineralization, similar to the relationship at the Escondida deposit. This concept in conjunction with recent mapping has resulted in the identification of several new near-mine high-grade targets for future drill testing. En echelon structures and stratigraphic units hosting high-grade gold mineralization in the San Carlos area are illustrated in Figure 3.

El Carricito Exploration Update

Step-out drilling at El Carricito continues in 2011 testing geochemical and geologic targets and expanding on significant intercepts from previous drilling. The Company drilled 12,400 m in 56 drill holes to-date and relevant assay results are presented in tables 2 and 3. Drilling has focused on delineating and expanding mineralization identified at Cerro Carricito and Cerro Colorado, two areas of thick, laterally extensive, low-grade gold mineralization on the western side of the property. Approximate drill-hole locations are illustrated on Figure 4. The Company has drill-tested only a relatively small area of the target considering the large size of the El Carricito.

Most of the holes drilled at El Carricito have intersected wide intercepts of oxidized silicic alteration containing anomalous gold concentrations. The host rocks are porphyritic, rhyodacite, dacite, and fragmental volcanic rocks similar to those hosting the Mulatos deposit. Substantial multi-phase hydrothermal breccias are also present, as well as mafic dykes similar to those associated with the San Carlos deposit.

Notable recent assay results at a 0.10 g/t Au cut-off from the ongoing drill program include:

11CR029 9.15 m at 0.66 g/t Au
11CR045 7.62 m at 0.82 g/t Au
11CR046 13.77 m at 0.47 g/t Au
11CR047 71.65 m at 0.52 g/t Au
11CR049 6.10 m at 1.02 g/t Au
    10.67 m at 0.55 g/t Au
11CR065 12.20 m at 0.44 g/t Au
11CR068 15.25 m at 0.52 g/t Au
11CR069 12.20 m at 0.97 g/t Au
11CR071 12.19 m at 0.89 g/t Au
11CR072 21.34 m at 0.49 g/t Au
11CR073 48.78 m at 0.31 g/t Au

Following interpretation of results to-date, and a field review by an internationally recognized epithermal specialist, significant effort is being put into a detailed mapping of the Cerro Carricito and Cerro Colorado areas on the western side of the project area, where alteration zonation, gold distribution, and multi-element geochemical anomalies indicate proximity to the structural feeder and center of the system. The geologic work is leading towards a predictive model that explains the distribution of gold intercepts at El Carricito. A new area of gold-anomalous vuggy silica has been recently identified based on this model between the Cerro Colorado and Cerro Carricito areas and new drill roads and sites are being constructed.

Two reverse circulation drill rigs are operating at El Carricito with a core drill rig to be relocated to the area to provide additional geological information and compare the grade of core intercepts to those of reverse circulation drilling.

QA/QC Programs

Mulatos exploration programs are conducted under the supervision of Ken Balleweg, B.Sc. Geological Engineering, M.Sc. Geology, Registered Professional Geologist, Alamos' Mexico Exploration Manager. Mr. Balleweg is a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators. Strict sampling and QA/QC protocol are followed, including the insertion of standards, blanks, and duplicates on a regular basis. Sample intervals are usually 0.5 to 1.5 m. Mulatos samples are sent to ALS Chemex Inc. in Hermosillo, Mexico for sample preparation and then to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for analysis. Analytical method is fire assay with atomic adsorption finish and gravimetric finish for individual samples with a gold concentration greater than 5.0 g/t Au. Composites presented in the assay results tables include intervals at >0.35 g/t over a 3-m minimum width with no assays cut, unless indicated.

About Alamos

Alamos is an established Canadian-based gold producer that owns and operates the Mulatos Mine in Mexico, and has exploration and development activities in Mexico and Turkey. The Company employs nearly 500 people in Mexico and Turkey and is committed to the highest standards of environmental management, social responsibility, and health and safety for its employees and neighbouring communities. Alamos has over $195 million cash on hand, is debt-free, and unhedged to the price of gold. As of May 31, 2011, Alamos had 116,978,006 common shares outstanding (125,254,906 shares fully diluted), which are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "AGI"

To view Figure 1: Project Locations – Mulatos District, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/agifigure1.pdf

To view Figure 2: Project Locations – Mulatos Pit Area, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/agifigure2.pdf

To view Figure 3: San Carlos Extension Project Area, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/AGI-FG3.pdf

To view Figure 4: El Carricito – Drill Hole Locations with Areas of Interest, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/agifigure4.pdf

Table 1: San Carlos - Select Composite Intervals1
Include intervals at >0.35 g/t Au over a 3 metres minimum width, no assay cut
               
Drill Hole
Number
Drilling
Method2
Total
Depth (m)
  From3
(m)
To3
(m)
Interval
(m)
 Assay3
(g/t Au)
        152.44 157.01 4.57 19.54
        170.73 187.50 16.77 1.28
11SC126 RC 251.52   198.17 208.84 10.67 1.35
        211.89 219.51 7.62 1.28
        236.28 239.33 3.05 3.37
        135.67 172.26 36.59 4.37
11SC127 RC 230.18   175.30 182.93 7.63 0.62
        201.22 207.32 6.10 1.00
        217.99 225.61 7.62 0.77
        117.38 126.52 9.14 30.45
11SC128 RC 233.23   Inc.117.38 121.95 4.57 58.33
        137.20 150.91 13.71 19.09
        Inc.137.20 143.29 6.09 41.40
11SC129 RC 263.72   195.12 201.22 6.10 0.68
        205.79 213.41 7.62 0.66
11SC131 RC 303.35     No Intervals 
11SC132 RC 330.79   219.51 222.56 3.05 0.66
        227.13 230.18 3.05 0.77
11SC133 RC 301.83      No Intervals 
11SC135 RC 382.62   300.30 310.98 10.68 0.83
        329.27 338.41 9.14 2.70
        327.74 330.79 3.05 1.90
11SC136 RC 452.74   333.84 336.89 3.05 1.45
        346.04 349.09 3.05 0.67
        378.05 382.62 4.57 0.36
        260.67 271.34 10.67 0.47
11SC137 RC 458.84   282.01 292.68 10.67 0.77
        295.73 298.78 3.05 3.80
        266.77 280.49 13.72 5.80
        283.54 292.68 9.14 0.37
11SC138 RC 431.40   306.40 309.45 3.05 22.56
        358.23 379.57 21.34 0.98
        382.62 387.20 4.58 1.94
        402.44 407.01 4.57 0.64
        172.26 175.30 3.04 3.37
        179.88 184.45 4.57 0.47
11SC139 RC 275.91   196.65 199.70 3.05 2.33
        204.27 207.32 3.05 0.37
        222.56 230.18 7.62 1.14
11SC140 RC 352.13   169.21 172.26 3.05 0.67
        182.93 190.55 7.62 1.91
11SC141 RC 379.57   271.34 277.44 6.10 1.11
        272.87 277.44 4.57 0.87
11SC142 RC 394.82   288.11 295.73 7.62 1.22
        307.93 314.02 6.09 0.54
11SC143 RC 474.09     No Intervals 
        301.83 309.45 7.62 0.40
11SC144 RC 458.84   317.07 329.27 12.20 1.09
        332.32 335.37 3.05 2.60
(1) Due to the exploratory nature of this program and the variable orientations of the mineralized zones, the intersections presented herein may not necessarily represent the true width of mineralization
(2) RC = Reverse Circulation Hole
(3) Number in bold represent intervals greater than 35 metres*grams/tonne (35gmt)
   
   
   
Table 2: El Carricito - Select Composite Intervals1
Include intervals at >0.35 g/t Au over a 3 metres minimum width, no assay cut
 
Drill Hole
Number
Drilling
Method2
Total
Depth (m)
From
(m)
To
(m)
Interval
(m)
Assay
(g/t Au)3
11CR025 RC 243.90   No Intervals
11CR026 RC 198.17   No Intervals
11CR027 RC 260.67   No Intervals
11CR028 RC 198.17   No Intervals
11CR029 RC 243.90 178.35 182.93 4.58 1.18
11CR030 RC 182.93   No Intervals
11CR031 RC 260.67   No Intervals
11CR032 RC 259.15 172.26 176.83 4.57 0.82
11CR033 RC 324.70 214.94 217.99 3.05 0.82
      224.09 227.13 3.04 0.75
11CR034 RC 228.66   No Intervals
11CR035 RC 243.90 208.84 211.89 3.05 1.05
11CR036 RC 355.18   No Intervals
11CR037 RC 283.54 3.05 6.10 3.05 0.55
      263.72 269.82 6.10 0.39
11CR038 RC 274.39 173.78 176.83 3.05 0.98
11CR039 RC 257.62   No Intervals
11CR040 RC 228.66   No Intervals
11CR041 RC 213.41   No Intervals
11CR042 RC 318.60   No Intervals
11CR043 RC 243.90 94.51 97.56 3.05 0.84
11CR044 RC 260.67 134.15 141.77 7.62 0.50
11CR045 RC 243.90 94.51 102.13 7.62 0.81
      192.07 196.65 4.58 0.55
11CR046 RC 291.16 153.96 158.54 4.58 0.84
11CR047 RC 243.90 102.13 114.33 12.20 0.88
      126.52 143.29 16.77 0.98
11CR048 RC 260.67   No Intervals
11CR049 RC 198.17 100.61 105.18 4.57 1.33
      121.95 125.00 3.05 1.43
11CR050 RC 243.90   No Intervals
11CR051 RC 182.93   No Intervals
11CR052 RC 243.90   No Intervals
11CR053 RC 213.41   No Intervals
11CR054 RC 243.90 82.32 88.41 6.09 0.50
      138.72 143.29 4.57 0.42
      25.91 32.01 6.10 0.47
11CR055 RC 213.41 74.70 83.84 9.14 0.80
      88.41 99.09 10.68 0.47
11CR056 RC 182.93   No Intervals
11CR057 RC 243.90 92.99 99.09 6.10 0.65
11CR058 RC 182.93   No Intervals
11CR059 RC 199.70 27.44 30.49 3.05 0.75
      83.84 94.51 10.67 0.63
11CR060 RC 213.41   No Intervals
11CR061  RC 48.78   No Intervals
11CR062  RC 57.93   No Intervals
11CR063 RC 274.39   No Intervals
11CR064 RC 92.99 42.68 45.73 3.05 0.68
11CR065 RC 181.40 51.83 57.93 6.10 0.69
11CR066 RC 274.39   No Intervals
11CR067 RC 213.41   No Intervals
11CR068 RC 248.48 10.67 18.29 7.62 1.02
11CR069 RC 214.94 7.62 19.82 12.20 0.97
11CR070 RC 243.90   No Intervals
11CR071 RC 182.93 10.67 18.29 7.62 1.20
11CR072 RC 111.28 15.24 28.96 13.72 0.65
      50.30 59.45 9.15 0.41
      62.50 67.07 4.57 0.38
11CR073 RC 198.17 74.70 77.74 3.04 0.76
      86.89 89.94 3.05 0.45
      129.57 132.62 3.05 0.90
(1) Due to the exploratory nature of the program and the variable orientations of the mineralized zones, the intersections presented herein may not necessarily represent the true width of mineralization
(2) RC = Reverse Circulation Hole
(3)  Number in bold represent intervals greater than 35 metres*grams/tonne (35gmt)
   
   
   
Table 3: El Carricito - Select Composite Intervals1
Include intervals at >0.10 g/t Au over a 3 metres minimum width, no assay cut
 
Drill Hole
Number
Drilling
Method2
Total
Depth(m)
From
(m)
To
(m)
Interval
(m)
Assay
(g/t Au)3
      140.24 147.87 7.63 0.12
10CR025 RC 243.90 166.16 184.45 18.29 0.16
      199.70 225.61 25.92 0.17
11CR026 RC 198.17 4.57 12.20 7.63 0.11
11CR027 RC 260.67 193.60 228.66 35.06 0.17
11CR028 RC 198.17 103.66 125.00 21.34 0.11
      100.61 112.80 12.19 0.11
11CR029 RC 243.90 163.11 170.13 7.62 0.13
      176.83 185.98 9.15 0.66
11CR030 RC 182.93 9.15 27.44 18.29 0.10
11CR031 RC 260.67 211.89 230.18 18.29 0.10
      44.21 57.93 13.72 0.18
      96.04 103.66 7.62 0.20
      129.57 134.15 4.58 0.15
11CR032 RC 259.15 144.82 164.63 19.81 0.13
      170.73 185.98 15.25 0.40
      192.07 201.22 9.15 0.13
      205.79 213.41 7.62 0.12
      181.40 184.45 3.05 0.15
      193.60 198.17 4.57 0.14
11CR033 RC 324.70 214.94 228.16 13.22 0.42
      240.85 254.57 13.72 0.21
      298.78 324.70 25.92 0.16
11CR034 RC 228.66 38.11 42.68 4.57 0.15
      182.93 185.98 3.05 0.15
      214.94 222.56 7.62 0.17
      65.55 79.27 13.72 0.15
11CR035 RC 243.90 86.69 92.99 6.30 0.20
      102.13 112.80 10.67 0.15
      202.74 214.94 12.20 0.36
11CR036 RC 355.18   No Intervals  
      3.05 6.10 3.05 0.55
11CR037 RC 283.54 198.17 201.22 3.05 0.23
      251.52 283.54 32.02 0.18
11CR038 RC 274.39 169.21 185.98 16.77 0.36
      190.55 193.60 3.05 0.32
11CR039 RC 257.62   No Intervals  
      137.22 152.44 15.24 0.12
11CR040 RC 228.66 161.59 166.16 4.57 0.41
      190.55 193.60 3.05 0.11
11CR041 RC 213.41 132.62 141.77 9.15 0.11
      157.01 160.06 3.05 0.20
11CR042 RC 318.60   No Intervals  
      71.65 74.70 3.05 0.19
11CR043 RC 243.90 94.51 99.09 4.58 0.59
      152.44 158.54 6.10 0.19
      225.61 236.28 10.67 0.11
11CR044 RC 260.67 126.52 149.39 22.87 0.25
      94.51 102.13 7.62 0.82
11CR045 RC 243.90 129.57 158.54 28.97 0.20
      169.21 198.17 28.96 0.20
      214.94 224.09 9.15 0.13
      138.72 143.29 4.57 0.11
11CR046 RC 291.16 153.96 169.21 13.72 0.47
      175.30 181.40 4.57 0.17
      53.35 64.02 10.67 0.12
      68.60 73.17 4.57 0.14
11CR047 RC 243.90 77.74 149.39 71.65 0.52
      155.49 166.16 10.67 0.13
      170.73 181.40 10.67 0.16
11CR048 RC 260.67   No Intervals  
      22.87 35.06 12.19 0.19
      64.02 70.12 6.10 0.18
11CR049 RC 198.17 76.22 86.89 10.67 0.17
      100.61 106.71 6.10 1.02
      115.85 126.52 10.67 0.55
      134.15 160.06 25.85 0.16
11CR050 RC 243.90 134.15 147.87 13.72 0.27
      150.91 161.59 10.68 0.17
11CR051 RC 182.93   No Intervals  
      56.40 65.55 9.15 0.13
      70.12 85.37 15.25 0.17
11CR052 RC 243.90 109.76 114.33 4.57 0.30
      164.63 204.27 39.64 0.19
      239.33 243.90 4.57 0.13
      35.06 39.63 4.57 0.16
11CR053 RC 213.41 118.90 123.48 4.58 0.14
      131.10 135.67 4.58 0.14
      144.82 150.91 6.09 0.11
11CR054 RC 243.90 51.83 105.18 53.35 0.22
      131.10 150.91 19.81 0.19
11CR055 RC 213.41 19.82 64.02 44.20 0.20
      74.70 120.43 45.73 0.36
11CR056 RC 182.93  No Intervals 
      24.39 50.30 25.91 0.19
11CR057 RC 243.90 64.02 71.65 7.63 0.22
      89.94 106.71 16.77 0.35
      112.80 123.48 10.68 0.20
11CR058 RC 182.93  No Intervals 
11CR059 RC 199.70 24.39 48.78 24.39 0.25
      73.17 106.71 33.54 0.38
11CR060 RC 213.41  No Intervals 
11CR061 RC 48.78 42.68 47.26 4.58 0.27
11CR062 RC 57.93  No Intervals 
11CR063 RC 274.39  No Intervals 
11CR064 RC 92.99 39.63 70.12 30.49 0.17
      82.32 92.99 10.67 0.15
11CR065 RC 181.40 50.30 62.50 12.20 0.44
      76.22 79.67 3.05 0.15
11CR066 RC 274.39  No Intervals 
11CR067 RC 213.41  No Intervals 
      4.57 19.82 15.25 0.56
11CR068 RC 248.48 41.16 44.21 3.05 0.11
      80.79 85.37 4.58 0.11
11CR069 RC 214.94 7.62 19.82 12.20 0.97
      85.37 89.94 4.57 0.13
11CR070 RC 243.90  No Intervals 
11CR071 RC 182.93 6.10 18.29 12.19 0.84
      13.72 35.06 21.34 0.49
11CR072 RC 111.28 50.30 77.74 27.44 0.15
      83.34 89.94 6.10 0.17
11CR073 RC 198.17 48.78 97.56 48.78 0.31
      118.90 134.15 15.25 0.32
(1) Due to the exploratory nature of this program and the variable orientations of the mineralized zones, the intersections presented herein may not necessarily represent the true width of mineralization
(2) RC = Reverse Circulation Hole
(3) Number in bold represent intervals greater than 35 metres*grams/tonne (35gmt)
The TSX has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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Alamos Gold is a gold development stage company based in Canada.

Alamos Gold develops gold and silver in Mexico and in Peru, and holds various exploration projects in Peru and in Turkey.

Its main assets in development are CERRO JUMIL in Mexico and SAN LUIS PROJECT in Peru and its main exploration properties are GAP, EL JASPE, PUERTO DEL AIRE, BIRICU, LA PROVIDENCIA PROSPECT, MERCURY MINES, ESCONDIDA MIL, EL REALITO, LOS BAJIOS, LA YAQUI, CERRO PELON and MULATOS in Mexico, ABRA ROJO, UTCUCOCHA, COLQUI ORCCO and PUCARANA in Peru and AGI DAGI, KIRAZLI and CAMYURT in Turkey.

Alamos Gold is listed in Canada and in United States of America. Its market capitalisation is CA$ 3.4 billions as of today (US$ 2.5 billions, € 2.2 billions).

Its stock quote reached its lowest recent point on May 14, 2004 at CA$ 1.50, and its highest recent level on July 03, 2020 at CA$ 12.75.

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9/30/2013Declares Semi-Annual Dividend
9/11/2013and Orsa Announce Results of Orsa Shareholder Vote
8/30/2013Announces Closing of Esperanza Resources Acquisition
8/22/2013Comments on Esperanza News Release
8/12/2013(Kirazli)Receives Final Signatures Approving Kirazli EIA
7/23/2013Announces Friendly Acquisition of Orsa Ventures
7/23/2013Announces Friendly Acquisition of Orsa Ventures
7/12/2013Announces Friendly Acquisition of Esperanza Resources
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3/19/2013Offer to Expire on March 19, 2013
3/12/2013Files Application with BC Securities Commission to Remove Au...
2/6/2013Announces Early Termination of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Waiting...
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10/15/2012John A. McCluskey Named 2012 Ontario Entrepreneur Of The Yea...
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6/28/2012(Agi Dagi)Announces Positive Pre-Feasibility Study for Agi Dagi and Ki...
6/1/2012Announces Management and Board Changes
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3/27/2012Expands El Victor North, Reporting 6.43 g/t Au Over 35 Metre...
2/23/2012Reports Record Fourth Quarter 2011 Earnings and Operating Ca...
1/9/2012Provides Notice of the Fourth Quarter and Year-End 2011 Fina...
10/6/2011Reports Third Quarter 2011 Operating Results and Notice of T...
3/14/2011Announces 43% Increase in Semi-Annual Dividend
6/4/2010Provides Exploration Update and Announces Results of Annual ...
2/17/2009Completes Cdn$83,280,000 Financing
11/7/2008Reports Record Quarterly Earnings of $0.09 per Share
9/8/2008Announces Delineation of New Gold Zone at Cerro Pelon
5/7/2008Provides Operations and Corporate Updates
4/8/2008 Reports a 50% Increase in Quarterly Revenues and a 28% Incr...
3/24/2008 Announces Early Redemption of its Outstanding Convertible D...
1/8/2008Increases Quarterly Production by 43% in Q4 2007
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