EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT THIS EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT (the "Agreement") entered into as of this 28th day of September, 2001, between 1-800 Attorney, Inc., a Florida corporation ("the Company") and J. William Wrigley (the "Executive"). WHEREAS, in its business, the Company has acquired and developed certain trade secrets, including but not limited to proprietary processes, sales methods and techniques, and other like confidential business and technical information including but not limited to technical information, design systems, pricing methods, pricing rates or discounts, process, procedure, formula, design of computer software, or improvement, or any portion or phase thereof, whether patented or unpatentable, that is of any value whatsoever to the Company, as well as certain unpatented information relating to the Company's services, information concerning proposed new services, market feasibility studies, proposed or existing marketing techniques or plans (whether developed or produced by the Company or by any other entity for the Company), other Confidential Information, as defined by Section 8, and information about the Company's executives, officers, and directors, which necessarily will be communicated to the Executive by reason of his employment by the Company; and WHEREAS, the Company has strong and legitimate business interests in preserving and protecting its investment in the Executive, its trade secrets and Confidential Information, and its substantial relationships with vendors, and Customers, as defined, actual and prospective; and WHEREAS, the Company desires to preserve and protect its legitimate business interests further by restricting competitive activities of the Executive during the term of this Agreement and following (for a reasonable time) termination of this Agreement; and WHEREAS, the Company desires to employ the Executive and to ensure the continued availability to the Company of the Executive's services, and the Executive is willing to accept such employment and render such services, all upon and subject to the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises and the mutual covenants set forth in this Agreement, and intending to be legally bound, the Company and the Executive agree as follows: 1. Representations and Warranties. The Executive hereby represents and warrants to the Company that he (i) is not subject to any written nonsolicitation or noncompetition agreement affecting his employment with the Company (other than any prior agreement with the Company), (ii) is not subject to any written confidentiality or nonuse/nondisclosure agreement affecting his employment with the Company (other than any prior agreement with the Company), and (iii) has brought to the Company no trade secrets, confidential business information, documents, or other personal property of a prior employer. 1 2. Term of Employment. (a) Term. The Company hereby employs the Executive, and the Executive hereby accepts employment with the Company for a period commencing on the date of this Agreement and ending five years from the date of this Agreement. (b) Continuing Effect. Notwithstanding any termination of this Agreement except for termination under Section 6(b), at the end of the Term or otherwise, the provisions of Sections 7 and 8 shall remain in full force and effect and the provisions of Section 8 shall be binding upon the legal representatives, successors and assigns of the Executive. 3. Duties. (a) General Duties. The Executive shall serve as the chief operating officer of the Company, with duties and responsibilities that are customary for such executives. The Executive shall also perform services for such subsidiaries as may be necessary. The Executive shall use his best efforts to perform his duties and discharge his responsibilities pursuant to this Agreement competently, carefully and faithfully. In determining whether or not the Executive has used his best efforts hereunder, the Executive's and the Company's delegation of authority and all surrounding circumstances shall be taken into account and the best efforts of the Executive shall not be judged solely on the Company's earnings or other results of the Executive's performance. (b) Devotion of Time. Subject to the last sentence of this Section 3(b), the Executive shall devote all of his time, attention and energies during normal business hours (exclusive of periods of sickness and disability and of such normal holiday and vacation periods as have been established by the Company) to the affairs of the Company. The Executive shall not enter the employ of or serve as a consultant to, or in any way perform any services with or without compensation to, any other persons, business or organization without the prior consent of the board of directors of the Company. Notwithstanding the above the Executive shall be permitted to devote a limited amount of his time, without compensation, to professional, charitable or similar organizations and continue his current relationship with Paoli Publishing, Inc. (c) Location of Office. The Executive's principal business office shall be at the Company's Lake Helen, Florida office. However, the Executive's job responsibilities shall include all business travel necessary to the performance of his job. (d) Adherence to Inside Information Policies. The Executive acknowledges that the Company is publicly-held and, as a result, has implemented inside information policies designed to preclude its executives and those of its subsidiaries from violating the federal securities laws by trading on material, non-public information or passing such information on to others in breach of any duty owed to the Company its parent or any third party. The Executive shall promptly execute any agreements generally distributed by the Company to its employees requiring such employees to abide by its inside information policies. 2 (e) Actions as a Director. The Executive agrees that he shall abstain from voting as a member of the Company's Board of Directors (the "Board") and any committees on all issues relating to his compensation, this Agreement (except the entering into of this Agreement) or termination of his employment. 4. Compensation and Expenses. (a) Salary. For the services of the Executive to be rendered under this Agreement, the Company shall pay the Executive a salary as follows: (i) the Executive shall receive an annual salary of $149,864 through December 31, 2001 of this Agreement; and (ii) beginning January 1, 2002, the Executive shall receive an annual salary of $190,000 through December 31, 2002 of this Agreement; and (iii) the Executive shall receive a pay increase of 10% per year, beginning January 1st of each year, for the remaining years of this Agreement. (b) Management Bonus. The Executive shall receive an annual bonus equal to 5% of the Company's increase in incremental (measured from the previous year) year-end pre-tax net income. Bonus calculation for fiscal year 2001 shall use as a basis zero dollars profit for fiscal year 2000, whereas the Executive shall not be paid a bonus on the difference between zero dollars profit and the Company's 2000 year-end loss. (c) Expenses. In addition to any compensation received pursuant to Section 4(a) and (b), the Company will reimburse or advance funds to the Executive as has been customary during his employment with the Company and for all reasonable travel, entertainment and miscellaneous expenses incurred in connection with the performance of his duties under this Agreement, provided that the Executive properly provides a written accounting of such expenses to the Company in accordance with the Company's practices. Such reimbursement or advances will be made in accordance with policies and procedures of the Company in effect from time to time relating to reimbursement of or advances to Executive officers. 5. Benefits. (a) Vacation and Sick Leave. For each 12-month period during the Term, the Executive will be entitled to four weeks of vacation without loss of compensation or other benefits to which he is entitled under this Agreement, to be taken at such times as the Executive may select and the affairs of the Company may permit. Any unused vacation, up to a maximum of two weeks per annum, will be paid for by the Company in addition to regular salary at the annual rate in effect during the 12-month period. (b) Options. All previously granted Company stock options and vesting schedules of the Executive shall remain in effect. The Company may, from time to time, elect to grant the Executive additional stock options. (c) Employee Benefit Programs. The Executive is entitled to participate in any pension, 401(k), insurance or other employee benefit plan that is maintained by the Company for its 3 executive officers, including programs of life and medical insurance and reimbursement of membership fees in civic, social and professional organizations. (d) Insurance. The Company shall reimburse Executive for premiums on the Executive's medical insurance policy as has been customary with the Executive's ongoing employment with the Company. (e) Housing. The Executive shall continue to receive housing and living expenses at the Executive's current cost level, adjusted annually for normal cost of living increases, such adjustment not to exceed $250 annually. (f) Severance Package. If the Executive's employment with the Company is terminated pursuant to Sections 6(c) or (d), the Executive shall be entitled to a three-year severance package consisting of Executive's compensation and all benefits as provided for in Sections 4 and 5 and all the Executive's remaining unvested options shall vest immediately. Payments shall be made monthly or in a lump sum payment at the Board's sole discretion. In the event severance is paid in a lump sum, the cash amount excluding insurance benefits shall be paid at the present value for the time remaining in the three year severance agreement based on the current prime interest rate as charged by the Federal Reserve Bank in New York. Payment of severance is contingent upon the Executive executing a three-year non-competition and consulting agreement with the Company, which agreement is subject to Board approval. 6. Termination. (a) Death or Disability. Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement, it shall automatically terminate without act by any party upon the death, or disability of the Executive. For purposes of this Section 6(a), "disability" shall mean that for a period of 12 consecutive months, the Executive is incapable of substantially fulfilling the duties set forth in Section 3 because of physical, mental or emotional incapacity resulting from injury, sickness or disease. In the event of death of the Executive, the Executive's estate shall receive any unpaid, earned compensation due the Executive and this Agreement shall terminate. In the event of Executive's disability, the Executive will be paid compensation, benefits and bonus which may accrue during the period of disability up to a total of 18 months, or for the remainder of this Agreement, whichever time is greater. (b) Termination for Cause. The Company may terminate the Executive's employment pursuant to the terms of this Agreement at any time for cause by giving written notice of termination. Such termination will become effective upon the giving of such notice. Upon any such termination for cause, the Executive shall have no right to compensation, bonus or reimbursement under Section 3, or to participate in any employee benefit programs under Section 4, including the severance package provided for in Section 4(f), except as provided by law, for any period subsequent to the effective date of termination. For purposes of this Section 6(b), "cause" shall mean: (i) the Executive is convicted of a felony which is directly related to the Executive's employment or the business of the Company or could otherwise reasonably be expected to have a material adverse effect on the Company's business, prospects or future stock price which price should be measured over a period of at least six months. Felonies involving the driving of motor vehicles shall not be grounds for termination; (ii) the Executive, in carrying out his duties 4 hereunder, has been found in a civil action to have committed gross negligence or intentional misconduct resulting in either case in direct material harm to the Company; (iii) the Executive is found in a civil action to have breached his fiduciary duty to the Company resulting in direct profit to him; or (iv) the Executive is found in a civil action to have materially breached any provision of Section 6 or Section 7. The Executive's failure to comply with the requirements of Section 6 of this Agreement shall constitute a material breach of this Agreement. The term "found in a civil action" shall not apply until all appeals permissible under the applicable rules of procedure or statute have been determined and no further appeals are permissible. (c) Termination Without Cause. The Company's Board, in its sole discretion, may terminate the Executive's employment without cause at any time upon 30 days written notice. Upon effectiveness of such termination, the Executive shall be entitled to the severance package provided for in Section 5(f). On or before the termination of his employment or prior to receiving any final compensation or expenses due him, the Executive shall (i) return to the Company's principal executive offices, (ii) participate in an exit interview, and (iii) execute a Certificate of Conclusion of Employment, certifying that he has complied with him obligations and acknowledging him continuing obligations under this Agreement. (d) Special Termination. In the event that (i) the Executive, with or without change in title or formal corporate action, shall no longer exercise all of the duties and responsibilities and shall no longer possess substantially all the authority set forth in Section 3; (ii) the Company materially breaches this Agreement or the performance of its duties and obligations hereunder; or (iii) any entity or person not now an executive officer or director of the Company or beneficial owner of the Company's common stock becomes, either individually or as part of a group, the beneficial owner of 25% or more of the Company's common stock, the Executive, by written notice to the Company, may elect to deem the Executive's employment hereunder to have been terminated by the Company without cause, in which event the Executive shall be entitled to the Severance Package in Section 5(f). 7. Non-Competition Agreement. (a) Competition with the Company. Until termination of his employment and for a period of 12 months commencing on the date of termination, the Executive, directly or indirectly, in association with or as a stockholder, director, officer, consultant, employee, partner, joint venturer, member or otherwise of or through any person, firm, corporation, partnership, association or other entity, shall not compete with the Company or any of its affiliates in any line of business which is competitive with the business of the Company within any metropolitan area in the United States; provided, however, the foregoing shall not prevent Executive from accepting employment with an enterprise engaged in two or more lines of business, one of which is the same or similar to the Company's business (the "Prohibited Business") if Executive's employment is totally unrelated to the Prohibited Business; provided, further, the foregoing shall not prohibit Executive from owning up to 5% of the securities of any publicly-traded enterprise provided Executive is not an executive, director, officer, consultant to such enterprise or otherwise reimbursed for services rendered to such enterprise. (b) Solicitation of Customers. During the periods in which the provisions of Section 7(a) shall be in effect, the Executive, directly or indirectly, will not seek Prohibited Business from any Customer (as defined below) on behalf of any enterprise or business other than the Company that is in 5 direct competition with the Company's bar or medical association print directory programs or attorney referral service business (1-800-ATTORNEY), refer Prohibited Business from any Customer to any enterprise or business other than the Company to any enterprise or business that is in direct competition with the Company's bar or medical association print directory programs or attorney referral service business or receive commissions based on sales or otherwise relating to the Prohibited Business from any Customer that is in direct competition with the Company's bar or medical association print directory programs or attorney referral service business, or any enterprise or business other than the Company. For purposes of this Agreement, the term "Customer" means any person, firm, corporation, partnership, association or other entity to which the Company or any of its affiliates sold or provided goods or services during the six-month period prior to the time at which any determination is required to be made as to whether any such person, firm, corporation, partnership, association or other entity is a Customer, or who or which was approached by or who or which has approached an employee of the Company for the purpose of soliciting business from the Company or the third party, as the case may be. (c) No Payment. The Executive acknowledges and agrees that no separate or additional payment will be required to be made to him in consideration of his undertakings in this Section 7. 8. Non-Disclosure of Confidential Information. (a) Confidential Information. Confidential Information includes, but is not limited to, trade secrets as defined by the common law and statute in Florida or any future Florida statute, processes, policies, procedures, techniques, designs, drawings, know-how, show-how, technical information, specifications, computer software and source code, information and data relating to the development, research, testing, costs, marketing and uses of the Services (as defined herein), the Company's budgets and strategic plans, and the identity and special needs of Customers , databases, data, all technology relating to the Company's businesses, systems, methods of operation, client or Customer lists, Customer information, solicitation leads, marketing and advertising materials, methods and manuals and forms, all of which pertain to the activities or operations of the Company, names, home addresses and all telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of the Company's executives, former executives, clients and former clients. In addition, Confidential Information also includes Customers and the identity of and telephone numbers, e-mail addresses and other addresses of executives or agents of Customers (each a "Contact Person") who are the persons with whom the Company's executives and agents communicate in the ordinary course of business. Confidential Information also includes, without limitation, Confidential Information received from the Company's subsidiaries and affiliates. For purposes of this Agreement, the following will not constitute Confidential Information (i) information which is or subsequently becomes generally available to the public through no act of the Executive, (ii) information set forth in the written records of the Executive prior to disclosure to the Executive by or on behalf of the Company which information is given to the Company in writing as of or prior to the date of this Agreement, and (iii) information which is lawfully obtained by the Executive in writing from a third party (excluding any affiliates of the Executive) who did not acquire such confidential information or trade secret, directly or indirectly, from Executive or the Company. As used herein, the term "Services" shall include the Company's bar association and medical association directory business and its attorney referral service or other business engaged in or planned by the Company during the term of this Agreement. 6 (b) Legitimate Business Interests. The Executive recognizes that the Company has legitimate business interests to protect and as a consequence, the Executive agrees to the restrictions contained in this Agreement because they further the Company's legitimate business interests. These legitimate business interests include, but are not limited to: (i) trade secrets as defined by the Florida Uniform Trade Secrets Act; (ii) valuable confidential business or professional information that otherwise does not qualify as trade secrets including all Confidential Information; (iii) substantial relationships with specific prospective or existing Customers or clients; (iv) Customer or client goodwill associated with the Company's business; and (v) specialized training relating to the Company's technology, methods and procedures. (c) Confidentiality. For a period of three years following termination of employment, the Confidential Information shall be held by the Executive in the strictest confidence and shall not, without the prior written consent of the Company, be disclosed to any person other than in connection with the Executive's employment by the Company. The Executive further acknowledges that such Confidential Information as is acquired and used by the Company or its affiliates is a special, valuable and unique asset. The Executive shall exercise all due and diligence precautions to protect the integrity of the Company's Confidential Information and to keep it confidential whether it is in written form, on electronic media or oral. The Executive shall not copy any Confidential Information except to the extent necessary to his employment nor remove any Confidential Information or copies thereof from the Company's premises except to the extent necessary to his employment and then only with the authorization of an officer of the Company. All records, files, materials and other Confidential Information obtained by the Executive in the course of his employment with the Company are confidential and proprietary and shall remain the exclusive property of the Company or its Customers, as the case may be. The Executive shall not, except in connection with and as required by his performance of his duties under this Agreement, for any reason use for his own benefit or the benefit of any person or entity with which he may be associated or disclose any such Confidential Information to any person, firm, corporation, association or other entity for any reason or purpose whatsoever without the prior written consent of an executive officer of the Company (excluding the Executive, if applicable). 9. Equitable Relief. (a) The Company and the Executive recognize that the services to be rendered under this Agreement by the Executive are special, unique and of extraordinary character, and that in the event of the breach by the Executive of the terms and conditions of this Agreement or if the Executive, without the prior consent of the board of directors of the Company, shall leave his employment for any reason and take any action in violation of Section 7 or Section 8, the Company shall be entitled to institute and prosecute proceedings in any court of competent jurisdiction referred to in Section 9(b) below, to enjoin the Executive from breaching the provisions of Section 7 or Section 8. In such action, the Company shall not be required to plead or prove irreparable harm or lack of an adequate remedy at law or post a bond or any security. (b) Any action must be commenced in Volusia County, Florida. The Executive and the Company irrevocably and unconditionally submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of such courts and agree to take any and all future action necessary to submit to the jurisdiction of such courts. The Executive and the Company irrevocably waive any objection that they now have or hereafter irrevocably waive any objection 7 that they now have or hereafter may have to the laying of venue of any suit, action or proceeding brought in any such court and further irrevocably waive any claim that any such suit, action or proceeding brought in any such court has been brought in an inconvenient forum. Final judgment against the Executive or the Company in any such suit shall be conclusive and may be enforced in other jurisdictions by suit on the judgment, a certified or true copy of which shall be conclusive evidence of the fact and the amount of any liability of the Executive or the Company therein described, or by appropriate proceedings under any applicable treaty or otherwise. 10. Conflicts of Interest. While employed by the Company, the Executive shall not, directly or indirectly: (a) participate as an individual in any way in the benefits of transactions with any of the Company's suppliers or Customers, including, without limitation, having a financial interest in the Company's suppliers or Customers, or making loans to, or receiving loans, from, the Company's suppliers or Customers; (b) realize a personal gain or advantage from a transaction in which the Company has an interest or use information obtained in connection with the Executive's employment with the Company for the Executive's personal advantage or gain; or (c) accept any offer to serve as an officer, director, partner, consultant, manager with, or to be employed in a technical capacity by, a person or entity which does business with the Company. 11. Inventions, Ideas, Processes, and Designs. All inventions, ideas, processes, programs, software, and designs (including all improvements) (i) conceived or made by the Executive during the course of his employment with the Company (whether or not actually conceived during regular business hours) and for a period of six months subsequent to the termination or expiration of such employment with the Company and (ii) related to the business of the Company, shall be disclosed in writing promptly to the Company and shall be the sole and exclusive property of the Company. An invention, idea, process, program, software, or design including an improvement) shall be deemed related to the business of the Company if (a) it was made with the Company's equipment, supplies, facilities, or Confidential Information, (b) results from work performed by the Executive for the Company, or (c) pertains to the current business or demonstrably anticipated research or development work of the Company. The Executive shall cooperate with the Company and its attorneys in the preparation of patent and copyright applications for such developments and, upon request, shall promptly assign all such inventions, ideas, processes, and designs to the Company. The decision to file for patent or copyright protection or to maintain such development as a trade secret shall be in the sole discretion of the Company, and the Executive shall be bound by such decision. The Executive shall provide as a schedule to this Employment Agreement, a complete list of all inventions, ideas, processes, and designs, if any, patented or unpatented, copyrighted or non-copyrighted, including a brief description, which he made or conceived prior to his employment with the Company and which therefore are excluded from the scope of this Agreement. 8 12. Indebtedness. If, during the course of the Executive's employment under this Agreement, the Executive becomes indebted to the Company for any reason, the Company may, if it so elects, set off any sum due to the Company from the Executive and collect any remaining balance from the Executive unless the Executive has entered into a written agreement with the Company. 13. Assignability. The rights and obligations of the Company under this Agreement shall inure to the benefit of and be binding upon the successors and assigns of the Company, provided that such successor or assign shall acquire all or substantially all of the securities or assets and business of the Company. The Executive's obligations hereunder may not be assigned or alienated and any attempt to do so by the Executive will be void. 14. Severability. (a) The Executive expressly agrees that the character, duration and geographical scope of the non-competition provisions set forth in this Agreement are reasonable in light of the circumstances as they exist on the date hereof. Should a decision, however, be made at a later date by a court of competent jurisdiction that the character, duration or geographical scope of such provisions is unreasonable, then it is the intention and the agreement of the Executive and the Company that this Agreement shall be construed by the court in such a manner as to impose only those restrictions on the Executive's conduct that are reasonable in the light of the circumstances and as are necessary to assure to the Company the benefits of this Agreement. If, in any judicial proceeding, a court shall refuse to enforce all of the separate covenants deemed included herein because taken together they are more extensive than necessary to assure to the Company the intended benefits of this Agreement, it is expressly understood and agreed by the parties hereto that the provisions of this Agreement that, if eliminated, would permit the remaining separate provisions to be enforced in such proceeding shall be deemed eliminated, for the purposes of such proceeding, from this Agreement. (b) If any provision of this Agreement otherwise is deemed to be invalid or unenforceable or is prohibited by the laws of the state or jurisdiction where it is to be performed, this Agreement shall be considered divisible as to such provision and such provision shall be inoperative in such state or jurisdiction and shall not be part of the consideration moving from either of the parties to the other. The remaining provisions of this Agreement shall be valid and binding and of like effect as though such provision were not included. 15. Notices and Addresses. All notices, offers, acceptance and any other acts under this Agreement (except payment) shall be in writing, and shall be sufficiently given if delivered to the addressees in person, by Federal Express or similar receipted delivery, by facsimile delivery or, if mailed, postage prepaid, by certified mail, return receipt requested, as follows: To the Company: 1-800-ATTORNEY, Inc. 186 Attorneys.com Court Lake Helen, Florida 32744 9 With a Copy to: Michael D. Harris, Esq. Michael Harris, P.A. 1645 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., Suite 550 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 Facsimile (561) 478-1817 To the Executive: Mr. J. William Wrigley 186 Attorneys.com Court Lake Helen, Florida 32744 or to such other address as either of them, by notice to the other may designate from time to time. The transmission confirmation receipt from the sender's facsimile machine shall be evidence of successful facsimile delivery. Time shall be counted to, or from, as the case may be, the delivery in person or by mailing. 16. Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original but all of which together shall constitute one and the same instrument. The execution of this Agreement may be by actual or facsimile signature. 17. Attorney's Fees. In the event that there is any controversy or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or to the interpretation, breach or enforcement thereof, and any action or proceeding is commenced to enforce the provisions of this Agreement, the prevailing party shall be entitled to a reasonable attorney's fee, costs and expenses. 18. Governing Law. This Agreement and any dispute, disagreement, or issue of construction or interpretation arising hereunder whether relating to its execution, its validity, the obligations provided therein or performance shall be governed or interpreted according to the internal laws of the State of Florida without regard to choice of law considerations. 19. Entire Agreement. This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the parties and supersedes all prior oral and written agreements between the parties hereto with respect to the subject matter hereof. Neither this Agreement nor any provision hereof may be changed, waived, discharged or terminated orally, except by a statement in writing signed by the party or parties against which enforcement or the change, waiver discharge or termination is sought. 20. Additional Documents. The parties hereto shall execute such additional instruments as may be reasonably required by their counsel in order to carry out the purpose and intent of this Agreement and to fulfill the obligations of the parties hereunder. 21. Section and Paragraph Headings. The section and paragraph headings in this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not affect the meaning or interpretation of this Agreement. 22. Arbitration. Except for a claim for equitable relief, any controversy, dispute or claim arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or its interpretation, application, implementation, breach or enforcement which the parties are unable to resolve by mutual agreement, shall be settled by 10 submission by either party of the controversy, claim or dispute to binding arbitration in Volusia County, Florida (unless the parties agree in writing to a different location), before three arbitrators in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration Association then in effect. In any such arbitration proceeding the parties agree to provide all discovery deemed necessary by the arbitrators. The decision and award made by the arbitrators shall be final, binding and conclusive on all parties hereto for all purposes, and judgment may be entered thereon in any court having jurisdiction thereof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Company and the Executive have executed this Agreement as of the date and year first above written. 1-800-ATTORNEY, Inc. /s/ Michael E. Marsh By: /s/ Peter S. Balise ----------------------- ---------------------- PETER S. BALISE President /s/ Michael E. Marsh /s/ J. William Wrigley ----------------------- ---------------------- J. WILLIAM WRIGLEY 11
Employment Agreement - 1-800 Attorney Inc. and J. William Wrigley
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