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Framingham, Massachusetts


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Framingham, Massachusetts

Introduction to Framingham, Massachusetts

Framingham, Massachusetts, in Middlesex county, is 19 miles W of Boston, Massachusetts. Framingham is regarded as the center of the Metrowest region. The town is home to the world headquarters of Staples, Bose Audio and TJX. Genzyme, Computer Associates, ITT Tech and Capital One have major facilities in the municipality. Breyers and Leggat McCall also have notable facilities in the area. Medical, education, bio-technical, office centers and retail are the major employers.

Framingham is known for its large number of white-collar technology and business professionals. The town is situated along the Sudbury River and mixes urban and rural features. It's included in the "Golden Mile" which is known for shopping malls. Framingham is the highest populated town in New England and sometimes is refereed to as "the largest town in America." It includes a variety of ethnic communities.

Framingham History

The town is situated on the historic Old Connecticut Path. In 1647 John Stone established a settlement along the Sudbury River. The area was originally named Danforth's Farm. The town had two militia companies involved in the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Before the Civil War, Framingham hosted an annual meeting for the Abolitionist movement. Framingham had a significant increase in population after World War II ended.

Framingham Attractions

  • Amazing Things Art Center.
  • The Danforth Museum of Art features American art collections.
  • Framingham Community Theater.
  • Garden in the Woods is a botanical garden and features a notable collection of wildflowers and includes scenic trails.
  • Framingham Historical Society and Museum.
  • Village of Saxonville is located in Framingham and features historic structures such as Athenaeum Hall, Old Dansforth Street Bridge, the Saxonville Fire Station, Saxonville Mills & Josephine Kochnowicz Clock Tower and the Edwards Church & Edwards Cemetery.
  • Framingham Town Common includes notable historic structures such as The Old Village Hall, Edgell Library and the Unitarian (First Parish) and Plymouth churches. It also incudes numerous monuments.
  • Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Salomon Pond Mall.

Framingham Activities

Bowditch Field is the primary athletic facility for Framingham. Lake Cochituate and Lake Washakum feature beach areas. Golf enthusiasts enjoy the course at Framingham Country Club. The Edwards F. Loring Skating area is a popular location. Callahan State Park provides trails for mountain biking, hiking and cross-country skiing. Farm Pond Park includes walking trails and a pond used for swimming and fishing.

The nearby Rocky Narrows features walking trails through rugged terrain. The close by Ashland Reservoir is utilized for canoeing and kayaking. Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary is filled with wildlife and includes hiking trails. The scenic Nobscot Mountain area is a vast acreage and provides opportunities for hiking and camping. The Fun and Games Family Entertainment Center is a popular destination.

Framingham Transportation

The town is served by the nearby Logan Airport. Amtrak and the MBTA provide rail service to Boston. Local Inter Framingham Transit provides bus transportation.

Framingham Higher Education

The town is home to Framingham State College. Brandeis University as well as Wellesley, Regis, Mount Ida and Babson colleges are in the area.

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High Points

Framingham strengths, compared to Peers (similar size places nationally) or State (other places in Massachusetts):

Category Trophy
Racial Diversity
(vs. State)
Top 5% trophy Framingham Racial Diversity
Well-Paid Single Women
(vs. Peers)
Top 13% Framingham Well-Paid Single Women
College Educated Adults
(vs. Peers)
Top 17% Framingham College Educated Adults
Well-Paid Single Men
(vs. Peers)
Top 18% Framingham Well-Paid Single Men

Comparative Profile of Framingham, Massachusetts

Comparing Framingham to similar size places nationwide (Peers) and to other places in Massachusetts (State):

Ratings range from 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest).


The People

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Well-Paid Single Women 9 9
Well-Paid Single Men 9 8
Female Share of the Population 8 8
Age of the Population 7 2
Senior Citizens 6 6
Racial Diversity 6 10
Children Under 5 Years Old 5 7
Male Share of the Population 3 3

Families

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Portion of People Married 5 3
Average Household Size 4 3

Wealth

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
College Educated Adults 9 8
Median Family Income 8 7
People in Middle Class or Better 6 3
People Above Poverty 6 2

Commute & Sprawl

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Public Transportation Use 8 8
Working at Home 8 5
Walking and Biking to Work 6 8
Short Commute Times 4 6

Housing

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Studio & One-Bedroom Rentals 9 10
Seasonal and Vacation Housing 8 4
People Living Alone 7 8
Housing Recently Built 4 5
Affordability of Rents 3 2
Affordability of Property Taxes 3 3

Crime

Characteristic Compared
to Peers
Compared
to State
Low Property Crime 8 2
Low Violent Crime 7 4

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Framingham Almanac

Category Value
Nearest Large City 19 miles W of Boston, Massachusetts
County Middlesex
Standard Zip Codes 01701, 01702
P.O. Box Zip Codes 01703, 01704, 01705
Phone Area Codes 508
Time Zone Eastern (-5 hours from GMT)
Daylight Savings The city observes Daylight Saving Time.
Latitude 42.279
Longitude -71.416

Framingham Climate

Nearest Weather Stations

Notes:
  • Temp ranges are avg daily min and max for the month
  • Precipitation is rainfall (and rainfall equiv of snowfall)
Station FRAMINGHAM
Distance 0.3 miles
Jan Temp 16 to 36 F
Apr Temp 38 to 58 F
Jul Temp 63 to 84 F
Oct Temp 40 to 63 F
Annual Precip 45.8 inches
Station WEST MEDWAY
Distance 10.1 miles
Jan Temp 13 to 38 F
Apr Temp 35 to 59 F
Jul Temp 60 to 84 F
Oct Temp 37 to 64 F
Annual Precip 48.7 inches
Station WALPOLE 2
Distance 11.6 miles
Jan Temp 18 to 36 F
Apr Temp 37 to 58 F
Jul Temp 62 to 83 F
Oct Temp 41 to 62 F
Annual Precip 46.5 inches
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Framingham Population (2000)

Category Count Percent
Total Population 66,910 100%
Male 31,942 47.7%
Female 34,968 52.3%
Under 18 14,335 21.4%
18+ 52,575 78.6%
65+ 8,691 13%
Median Age 36.2
Average Family Size 3.02
White 53,373 79.8%
African-American 3,409 5.1%
Asian 3,527 5.3%
American Indian & Alaskan 116 0.2%
Other 4,195 6.3%
Mixed Race 2,263 3.4%
Hispanic (included in categories above) 7,265 10.9%

Estimated Framingham Population Growth 2000-2005

Category Value
Est. 2005 Population 65,060
Growth -1,850
Growth % -2.8%

Framingham Ancestry

(From 2000 Census, as reported by individuals)

Note: This is national, not racial, ancestry, so, e.g., the Census doesn't have categories for Hispanic and African-American people. CityTownInfo is currently gathering additional ancestry data for this site.
Ancestry Percent
Other (often includes Hispanic and African American) 22.4%
Irish 16%
Italian 12.9%
English 6.4%
Brazilian 6%
US/American 4.9%
German 4%
Russian 3.9%
French Canadian 2.6%
Polish 2.4%
French (except Basque) 2.4%
Portuguese 2.2%
Greek 1.1%
Scotch-Irish 1.1%
European 0.9%
Scottish 0.9%
Swedish 0.9%
Eastern European 0.8%
British 0.6%
Canadian 0.6%
African 0.5%
Armenian 0.4%
Norwegian 0.4%
Lithuanian 0.4%
Iranian 0.4%
Jamaican 0.3%
West Indian 0.3%
Egyptian 0.3%
Haitian 0.3%
Albanian 0.2%
Ukrainian 0.2%
Lebanese 0.2%
Nigerian 0.2%
Hungarian 0.2%
Austrian 0.2%
Syrian 0.2%
Dutch 0.2%
Welsh 0.2%
Other Subsaharan African 0.2%
Somalian 0.2%
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Neighborhood and Nearby Area Names

According to the US Postal Service, Framingham, its neighborhoods, and/or surrounding areas are also referred to as:

Framingham Center (01701)
Saxonville (01701)

Note that not all alternate names are acceptable for use in US Post Office addresses.

Nearby Cities and Towns

Location Pop. Median Family
Income (2000)
Framingham 66,910 $67,420
Ashland 14,674 $77,611
Holliston 13,801 $84,878
Natick 32,170 $85,715
Sherborn 4,200 $136,211
Southborough 8,781 $119,454
Wellesley 26,613 $134,769

Framingham Public Libraries

Library
Framingham Public Library
49 LEXINGTON STREET
Framingham, Massachusetts
(508) 879-3570
Library Web Site

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Framingham Hospitals

METROWEST MEDICAL CENTER
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
115 LINCOLN STREET
(508) 383-1000
Emergency Service: Yes

Starbucks in Framingham

(As of 2005)
B&N
1 Worcester Road
Wild Harvest
25 Prospect St
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Framingham High Schools (2004)


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FRAMINGHAM H S
115 A STREET
508-620-4964
Serves 2,057 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 13.3

JOSEPH P KEEFE TECH HS
750 WINTER STREET
508-416-2100
A Vocational School
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 732 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 8.5

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2. Marlborough, Massachusetts 91.5   28.4% 11.6% 35.6% 28 $70,385 7% 12.3% 36,255 6.8% 22.9 0.4% 3.6
3. Danbury, Connecticut 91.3   26.2% 11% 27.1% 27 $61,899 6.5% 24% 74,848 8% 24.8 1.3% 2
4. Torrance, California 91.2   27.5% 14.1% 36.4% 27 $67,098 5.7% 40.8% 137,946 6.4% 26.4 0.3% 2
5. San Mateo, California 91   31.6% 15.1% 38.6% 27 $76,223 6.1% 33.8% 92,482 6.1% 36.2 0.6% 4.5
6. White Plains, New York 90.9   33.4% 15.2% 41.1% 29 $71,891 6.2% 35.1% 53,077 9.8% 27.1 0.8% 4
7. Campbell, California 90.7   30.3% 9.7% 39.7% 27 $78,663 6.5% 27.2% 38,138 4.8% 32.9 0.6% 1.7
8. San Rafael, California 90.4   32.3% 14.4% 43.6% 32 $74,398 5.8% 24.2% 56,063 10.2% 35.2 0.5% 3.5
9. Menlo Park, California 90.2   31.7% 15.9% 61.7% 25 $105,550 6.6% 27.6% 30,785 6.9% 25.3 0.8% 2.5
10. Woburn, Massachusetts 90.1   28.6% 15.4% 29.5% 24 $66,364 5.8% 9.4% 37,258 6.1% 20.9 0.5% 2.3
11. Alameda, California 90   32.2% 13.3% 42.2% 31 $68,625 5.6% 43.1% 72,259 8.2% 30.9 0.5% 4.7
12. Redondo Beach, California 89.8   33.1% 8.5% 48% 30 $80,543 5.7% 21.4% 63,261 5.9% 27.4 0.6% 2.9
13. New Rochelle, New York 89.6   27.9% 15.5% 38.3% 31 $72,723 6.8% 32.1% 72,182 10.5% 21.5 0.6% 3.1
14. Huntington Beach, California 89.3   24.5% 10.4% 36% 30 $74,378 6.2% 20.8% 189,594 6.6% 23.6 0.7% 2.2
15. Eatontown, New Jersey 89.2   33.5% 13.3% 33.5% 25 $69,397 6.8% 26.7% 14,008 5.7% 41.1 0.5% 2.5
16. Montclair, New Jersey 89.2   29.3% 12% 57.4% 36 $96,252 7% 40.2% 38,977 5.6% 26.4 0.3% 3.6
17. Beaverton, Oregon 89.1   30% 9% 39.1% 24 $60,289 7.2% 21.7% 76,129 7.8% 39.2 0.3% 2.5
18. Sunnyvale, California 88.7   27.1% 10.6% 50.8% 23 $81,634 7% 46.7% 131,760 5.4% 21.6 0.6% 1.2
19. Tarrytown, New York 88.5   31.2% 14.4% 50.3% 32 $82,445 6.6% 22.6% 11,090 4.7% 11.1 1% 1.4
20. Burbank, California 88.3   33.5% 12.8% 29% 27 $56,767 5.7% 27.8% 100,316 10.5% 28.4 0.4% 2.6
21. San Bruno, California 88.2   25.3% 11.2% 26.2% 27 $70,251 6.1% 42.3% 40,165 4.4% 24.7 0.5% 2.9
22. Encinitas, California 88.1   25.5% 10.4% 50% 28 $78,104 5.9% 13.4% 58,014 7.3% 21.6 1.9% 2.6
23. Redwood City, California 88.1   27.1% 10.2% 35.7% 26 $73,798 7.5% 31% 75,402 6% 32.8 0.8% 4.2
24. East Rutherford, New Jersey 88   33.4% 14.3% 25.5% 30 $59,583 5.5% 20.3% 8,716 9.6% 31.6 0.3% 0.9
25. Kenmore, Washington 87.8   24.2% 10.3% 41.5% 30 $72,139 5.7% 13.3% 18,678 5.7% 29.1 0.5% 1.7
26. Novato, California 87.5   25.3% 13% 37% 37 $74,434 5.9% 17.3% 47,630 5.6% 27.6 0.3% 1.4
27. Englewood, New Jersey 87.3   24.7% 13.3% 36.7% 34 $67,194 6.9% 57.5% 26,203 8.9% 20 0.4% 2.1
28. Voorhees, New Jersey 87.1   26.8% 10.9% 46.2% 32 $86,873 6.3% 21.7% 28,126 5.7% 29.1 0.3% 2.5
29. Suffern, New York 87.1   32.5% 14.9% 37.3% 32 $74,937 5.6% 13.2% 11,006 5.7% 12.4 0.7% 2
30. Manhattan Beach, California 87   29.4% 10.4% 67.6% 31 $122,686 6.5% 11% 33,852 3.2% 26.6 1.1% 2.5
31. Shaker Heights, Ohio 87   30.3% 15.6% 61.7% 24 $85,893 6.2% 40.1% 29,405 6.9% 23.3 0.4% 1
32. Napa, California 86.9   26.6% 13.8% 23.3% 25 $58,788 6.8% 19.7% 72,585 8.9% 33.7 0.6% 4.5
33. Somerville, New Jersey 86.8   32.8% 14% 31.5% 24 $60,422 7% 28.8% 12,423 7.7% 20.2 0.3% 3.2
34. Roselle Park, New Jersey 86.7   28.1% 12.7% 25.6% 27 $63,403 5.9% 19.1% 13,281 4.3% 16.3 0.3% 1.8
35. El Segundo, California 86.6   34.7% 9.5% 40.8% 23 $74,007 6% 16.4% 16,033 4.6% 42.9 0.8% 2.5
36. North Bergen, New Jersey 86.5   27.9% 13.8% 19.6% 34 $46,172 6.4% 32.6% 58,092 11.1% 22.2 0.3% 1.9
37. Peekskill, New York 86.4   31.3% 11.5% 21.8% 33 $52,645 7.6% 42.9% 22,441 13.7% 12.1 0.4% 2.4
38. Haverhill, Massachusetts 86.3   28.7% 12.8% 23.4% 28 $59,772 7.4% 10.3% 58,969 9.1% 25.4 0.3% 5
39. Littleton, Colorado 86.2   33.6% 14.2% 40.1% 26 $64,671 5.7% 8.2% 40,340 6% 38.4 0.3% 1.9
40. Westwood, New Jersey 86.2   31.2% 15.9% 37.4% 29 $77,105 6.9% 13.4% 10,999 4.4% 10.9 0.3% 0.9
41. Downingtown, Pennsylvania 86.2   32.2% 14.1% 21.9% 24 $53,468 6.2% 16.4% 7,589 4.8% 33.3 0.3% 3.2
42. Westborough, Massachusetts 86.1   25.2% 11.6% 53.2% 28 $94,610 7.2% 11.8% 17,997 4.7% 15 0.7% 1.7
43. Rohnert Park, California 86   24% 8.1% 24.7% 29 $61,420 6.3% 19.7% 42,236 8% 30.1 0.4% 4.2
44. Farmington Hills, Michigan 86   29.6% 14.4% 47.9% 27 $88,138 6% 17.1% 82,111 4.1% 19.9 0.8% 1.8
45. Temple Terrace, Florida 85.7   29.4% 11.9% 43.5% 24 $56,809 5.5% 19.5% 20,918 7.2% 38.6 0.5% 3.5
46. San Anselmo, California 85.5   28.2% 11.3% 59% 33 $86,528 5.9% 8.4% 12,378 5.1% 21.1 0.6% 1.4
47. Benicia, California 85.1   23.1% 9.3% 37.3% 32 $77,974 5.6% 21.1% 26,865 4.3% 17.9 0.4% 2.5
48. Guttenberg, New Jersey 85.1   34.6% 11.8% 29.8% 39 $47,440 6.4% 35% 10,807 13% 17 0.5% 3.9
49. La Mesa, California 84.6   34.1% 17% 27.6% 25 $50,398 5.7% 19.4% 54,749 9.4% 40.4 0.3% 3.7
50. Costa Mesa, California 84.5   28% 8.4% 29.1% 24 $55,456 7.1% 30.5% 108,724 12.6% 33.9 0.3% 2.6
51. Redlands, California 84.4   26.1% 12.6% 35.2% 24 $56,254 6.2% 26.3% 63,591 10.5% 36.5 0.4% 4.6
52. Takoma Park, Maryland 84.2   32.4% 8.8% 49.6% 34 $63,434 7.2% 51.2% 17,299 10.3% 40.3 0.3% 5.1
53. Maitland, Florida 84.1   27.7% 16.2% 51.8% 25 $69,504 5.9% 14.8% 12,019 6.4% 36 0.9% 3.3
54. Plantation, Florida 84.1   25.6% 13.1% 36.7% 28 $65,029 6% 21.7% 82,934 6.4% 42.8 1.7% 3.2
55. Roswell, Georgia 84   22.8% 7.5% 52.6% 32 $85,946 6.9% 18.5% 79,334 5% 27.5 0.3% 2
56. Milford, Massachusetts 84   25.7% 12.9% 26.7% 28 $61,029 7.2% 7.1% 26,799 7.2% 9.3 0.3% 2.4
57. Miami Springs, Florida 83.9   25.8% 15.5% 26.7% 23 $56,892 5.4% 9.2% 13,712 9.7% 37.1 0.5% 5.3
58. Florence, New Jersey 83.9   24.8% 11.9% 19.9% 28 $67,412 6.1% 14.5% 10,746 6.1% 13.1 0.3% 2.3
59. Milford, Connecticut 83.5   26.3% 14.9% 29.1% 25 $71,175 6% 6.4% 52,305 3.8% 33.8 1.6% 1.7
60. Randolph, Massachusetts 83.5   23.7% 14.3% 26.6% 34 $61,942 6% 37.2% 30,963 4.1% 22.6 0.3% 3.9
61. Arlington, Massachusetts 83.4   34.2% 16.8% 52.8% 31 $78,741 6% 9% 42,389 4.1% 11.5 0.3% 1.2
62. Stoughton, Massachusetts 83.2   24.4% 15.1% 28.4% 32 $69,942 5.6% 11.5% 27,149 4.6% 16 0.6% 4.3
63. Mill Valley, California 83.1   33.7% 15.4% 71% 34 $119,669 5.5% 8.6% 13,600 4.5% 18.8 0.4% 1
64. Golden, Colorado 83   30.6% 8% 46.3% 25 $67,414 5.7% 9.3% 17,159 11.3% 34.1 0.4% 1.3
65. Westminster, Maryland 82.9   33.3% 13.2% 24.4% 31 $50,879 6.7% 8.7% 16,731 9.6% 41.7 0.3% 4.7
66. Burnsville, Minnesota 82.9   24.8% 7.2% 36.8% 24 $67,979 7.1% 12.5% 60,220 5.1% 31.1 0.4% 1.3
67. Hastings-on-Hudson, New York 82.8   27.5% 15.5% 62.7% 37 $111,227 5.3% 10.2% 7,648 3.5% 13.6 0.7% 2.1
68. Canton, Massachusetts 82.5   25.4% 16.9% 44.7% 32 $82,904 6.3% 7.5% 20,775 3.4% 11.1 0.4% 1.7
69. Atlantic Beach, Florida 82.2   25.4% 15.4% 38.7% 29 $53,854 6.2% 17.8% 13,368 8.8% 35 1.9% 5.2
70. Mount Laurel, New Jersey 82.1   28% 14.7% 42.1% 30 $76,288 6.1% 12.9% 40,221 3.1% 19.5 0.4% 1.1
71. St. Charles, Missouri 81.8   29.4% 12.2% 26.6% 23 $60,175 6.2% 6.7% 60,321 6.3% 28.5 0.4% 2.4
72. Tiburon, California 81.5   28.4% 16.5% 69.6% 34 $149,041 6% 9.1% 8,666 3.3% 14.7 2% 1
73. Hazelwood, Missouri 81.3   31.8% 11.6% 22.5% 23 $52,656 6.1% 19.8% 26,206 6.3% 37.3 0.4% 4.5
74. Merrillville, Indiana 81.2   26.2% 15.1% 20.2% 30 $56,355 6.6% 30.3% 30,560 4.3% 35.4 0.3% 2
75. Camarillo, California 81.1   24.2% 17% 32.9% 24 $72,676 6.6% 19.3% 57,077 5.3% 19.8 0.3% 1.8
76. Irvine, California 80.8   22.8% 7.2% 58.4% 24 $85,624 5.6% 38.9% 143,072 9.1% 26.2 0.7% 0.9
77. Half Moon Bay, California 80.5   23.6% 9.6% 35.5% 32 $92,204 5.9% 22.7% 11,842 6.1% 23.6 1% 1.7
78. Hoover, Alabama 80.3   26% 10.9% 52.6% 24 $79,912 6.6% 12.3% 62,742 3.4% 33.7 0.7% 2.2
79. Reynoldsburg, Ohio 80.2   25.2% 10.1% 27.1% 24 $60,183 7.1% 15% 32,069 5.5% 41.8 0.3% 2.8
80. North Olmsted, Ohio 79.1   26.4% 15% 27.1% 25 $62,422 5.5% 6% 34,113 4.1% 14.7 0.4% 0.9
81. Grosse Pointe Park, Michigan 78.6   26.2% 10.8% 59.5% 27 $104,267 6.4% 7.5% 12,443 4% 26.5 0.3% 1.3
82. Englewood, Ohio 77.3   27.8% 16.5% 22.9% 23 $60,978 6.3% 7.5% 12,235 5.1% 39 0.3% 1.8
83. Sterling Heights, Michigan 77.2   24.1% 11.8% 23% 27 $70,140 6.2% 9.3% 124,471 5.2% 23 0.3% 1.9
84. Hendersonville, Tennessee 77.2   22.5% 10.2% 26.4% 29 $57,625 6.6% 7.1% 40,620 6.2% 22.9 0.3% 3.1
85. Woodhaven, Michigan 76.8   22.6% 7% 20.1% 25 $75,813 6.3% 6.8% 12,530 3.3% 31.8 0.6% 3.8
86. Loveland, Colorado 75.4   23.5% 12.5% 27.5% 24 $54,337 7% 7.1% 50,608 5.7% 38.8 0.3% 1.8
87. Daphne, Alabama 75.2   23.6% 10.3% 37.5% 26 $61,563 6.5% 14.7% 16,581 4.5% 21.8 1% 1.4
88. Rockledge, Florida 72.5   22.7% 16.4% 24.4% 25 $52,332 5.6% 18.9% 20,170 6.5% 35.8 1.3% 1.1
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