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Ti Sorpresa ni Nanang Emergent readers

Ti Sorpresa ni Nanang

Week 28.

Author: Cherry Valdez-Ratuita

While out on a walk, a boy tells his mother about the different places he wants to go to and how he wants to visit them. He tells his her that he dreams to have a bike to race with his friends and a motorcycle to ride with his father to go to school. He also wants to go to the market in a tricycle, ride the jeep into town, and a bus to visit the city. As he tells his mother all these, she brings him to a store in the city and asks him to choose what kind of bike he likes fulfilling his dream of having a bike.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ditoy Lugarmi Emergent readers

Ditoy Lugarmi

Week 21.

Author: Ailene Amor

A little boy takes you around his town and shows different aspects of their life within the community. He talks about the mountains and the sea and the farmers and fisherfolks that work tirelessly. He also talks about the different ways of going around their town. As he enters the town proper, he shows off their big city hall and the small barangay hall. He goes inside the town center where the school, hospital, church, market and park can be seen. The little boy talks about the activities that they do in groups and as a community. Finally, he talks about the different families that are in his community and his own small family.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Baro a Siled Emergent readers

Ti Baro a Siled

Week 18.

Author: Jonellie Reynes-Santos

A school principal wanted to build a library for the school. She calls the parents to a meeting and asks for their help. The parents thought about the project and planned how to build the library. The next morning, fathers and mothers come to school with tools, building materials, pots, pans and food. Some cut, hammer, sand and painted while others prepare food. On the last day of the week, the library is finally done!

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Dumanonkayo Ditoy K-Unity Emergent readers

Dumanonkayo Ditoy K-Unity

Week 4.

Author: Ariana Santoalla

A Kinder class is working on a group activity. They must create a banner for their classroom. The teacher brainstorms ideas with the class. The children begin to draw on their banner and decorate it. One boy starts to draw flowers on the banner. When the other boys see this, they begin to tease him and laugh at him. The boy explains that flowers remind him of his father and of his family and that this makes him happy. The teacher talks to the class and explains that everybody is unique and that different people may have different likes and dislikes.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Nakasaganan ni Niño Emergent readers

Nakasaganan ni Niño

Week 39.

Author: Maria Corazon Odtohan

Niño is afraid to move up to Grade 1. He says he is afraid of who will be his new teacher and classmates. His teacher assures Niño that he is ready by looking back at the things they did in Kindergarten during the past year, how much fun they had and how well he did in the activities and with his classmates. Niño realizes that he is prepared for Grade 1 and looks forward to having as much fun as he did when he was in Kindergarten.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Tagtagainep ni Mat Emergent readers

Ti Tagtagainep ni Mat

Week 6.

Author: May-Ann Grace Samputon

Mat is a healthy boy who just loves to lie down all day. One day, his mother asks him to help her fetch some water. Mat pretends that his hand and feet are in pain so he does not have to do what his mother asks. His mother becomes worried and asks him to go back to sleep. While sleeping, Mat dreams that a large snake is chasing him. He wants to climb a tree but he has no hands and feet. The snake is about to get him but Mat wakes up! He wakes up scared and crying and apologize to his mother for lying. From then on, he always helps his mother do chores around the house.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Sorpresa ni Nanang Emergent readers

Ti Sorpresa ni Nanang

Week 28.

Author: Cherry Valdez-Ratuita

While out on a walk, a boy tells his mother about the different places he wants to go to and how he wants to visit them. He tells his her that he dreams to have a bike to race with his friends and a motorcycle to ride with his father to go to school. He also wants to go to the market in a tricycle, ride the jeep into town, and a bus to visit the city. As he tells his mother all these, she brings him to a store in the city and asks him to choose what kind of bike he likes fulfilling his dream of having a bike.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ditoy Lugarmi Emergent readers

Ditoy Lugarmi

Week 21.

Author: Ailene Amor

A little boy takes you around his town and shows different aspects of their life within the community. He talks about the mountains and the sea and the farmers and fisherfolks that work tirelessly. He also talks about the different ways of going around their town. As he enters the town proper, he shows off their big city hall and the small barangay hall. He goes inside the town center where the school, hospital, church, market and park can be seen. The little boy talks about the activities that they do in groups and as a community. Finally, he talks about the different families that are in his community and his own small family.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Baro a Siled Emergent readers

Ti Baro a Siled

Week 18.

Author: Jonellie Reynes-Santos

A school principal wanted to build a library for the school. She calls the parents to a meeting and asks for their help. The parents thought about the project and planned how to build the library. The next morning, fathers and mothers come to school with tools, building materials, pots, pans and food. Some cut, hammer, sand and painted while others prepare food. On the last day of the week, the library is finally done!

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Dumanonkayo Ditoy K-Unity Emergent readers

Dumanonkayo Ditoy K-Unity

Week 4.

Author: Ariana Santoalla

A Kinder class is working on a group activity. They must create a banner for their classroom. The teacher brainstorms ideas with the class. The children begin to draw on their banner and decorate it. One boy starts to draw flowers on the banner. When the other boys see this, they begin to tease him and laugh at him. The boy explains that flowers remind him of his father and of his family and that this makes him happy. The teacher talks to the class and explains that everybody is unique and that different people may have different likes and dislikes.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Nakasaganan ni Niño Emergent readers

Nakasaganan ni Niño

Week 39.

Author: Maria Corazon Odtohan

Niño is afraid to move up to Grade 1. He says he is afraid of who will be his new teacher and classmates. His teacher assures Niño that he is ready by looking back at the things they did in Kindergarten during the past year, how much fun they had and how well he did in the activities and with his classmates. Niño realizes that he is prepared for Grade 1 and looks forward to having as much fun as he did when he was in Kindergarten.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Tagtagainep ni Mat Emergent readers

Ti Tagtagainep ni Mat

Week 6.

Author: May-Ann Grace Samputon

Mat is a healthy boy who just loves to lie down all day. One day, his mother asks him to help her fetch some water. Mat pretends that his hand and feet are in pain so he does not have to do what his mother asks. His mother becomes worried and asks him to go back to sleep. While sleeping, Mat dreams that a large snake is chasing him. He wants to climb a tree but he has no hands and feet. The snake is about to get him but Mat wakes up! He wakes up scared and crying and apologize to his mother for lying. From then on, he always helps his mother do chores around the house.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Sorpresa ni Nanang Emergent readers

Ti Sorpresa ni Nanang

Week 28.

Author: Cherry Valdez-Ratuita

While out on a walk, a boy tells his mother about the different places he wants to go to and how he wants to visit them. He tells his her that he dreams to have a bike to race with his friends and a motorcycle to ride with his father to go to school. He also wants to go to the market in a tricycle, ride the jeep into town, and a bus to visit the city. As he tells his mother all these, she brings him to a store in the city and asks him to choose what kind of bike he likes fulfilling his dream of having a bike.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ditoy Lugarmi Emergent readers

Ditoy Lugarmi

Week 21.

Author: Ailene Amor

A little boy takes you around his town and shows different aspects of their life within the community. He talks about the mountains and the sea and the farmers and fisherfolks that work tirelessly. He also talks about the different ways of going around their town. As he enters the town proper, he shows off their big city hall and the small barangay hall. He goes inside the town center where the school, hospital, church, market and park can be seen. The little boy talks about the activities that they do in groups and as a community. Finally, he talks about the different families that are in his community and his own small family.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Baro a Siled Emergent readers

Ti Baro a Siled

Week 18.

Author: Jonellie Reynes-Santos

A school principal wanted to build a library for the school. She calls the parents to a meeting and asks for their help. The parents thought about the project and planned how to build the library. The next morning, fathers and mothers come to school with tools, building materials, pots, pans and food. Some cut, hammer, sand and painted while others prepare food. On the last day of the week, the library is finally done!

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Dumanonkayo Ditoy K-Unity Emergent readers

Dumanonkayo Ditoy K-Unity

Week 4.

Author: Ariana Santoalla

A Kinder class is working on a group activity. They must create a banner for their classroom. The teacher brainstorms ideas with the class. The children begin to draw on their banner and decorate it. One boy starts to draw flowers on the banner. When the other boys see this, they begin to tease him and laugh at him. The boy explains that flowers remind him of his father and of his family and that this makes him happy. The teacher talks to the class and explains that everybody is unique and that different people may have different likes and dislikes.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Nakasaganan ni Niño Emergent readers

Nakasaganan ni Niño

Week 39.

Author: Maria Corazon Odtohan

Niño is afraid to move up to Grade 1. He says he is afraid of who will be his new teacher and classmates. His teacher assures Niño that he is ready by looking back at the things they did in Kindergarten during the past year, how much fun they had and how well he did in the activities and with his classmates. Niño realizes that he is prepared for Grade 1 and looks forward to having as much fun as he did when he was in Kindergarten.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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Ti Tagtagainep ni Mat Emergent readers

Ti Tagtagainep ni Mat

Week 6.

Author: May-Ann Grace Samputon

Mat is a healthy boy who just loves to lie down all day. One day, his mother asks him to help her fetch some water. Mat pretends that his hand and feet are in pain so he does not have to do what his mother asks. His mother becomes worried and asks him to go back to sleep. While sleeping, Mat dreams that a large snake is chasing him. He wants to climb a tree but he has no hands and feet. The snake is about to get him but Mat wakes up! He wakes up scared and crying and apologize to his mother for lying. From then on, he always helps his mother do chores around the house.

2017 by U.S.Agency for International Development (USAID) Produced for the Department of Education under the USAID Basa Pilipinas Activity Basa Pilipinas is USAID/Philippines’ flagship basic education activity in support of the Philippine Government’s early grade reading program. Implemented in close collaboration with the Department of Education (DepEd), Basa Pilipinas aims to improve the reading skills for at least one million early grade students in Filipino, English and two mother tongue languages (Ilokano and Sinugbuanong Binisaya).This will be achieved by improving reading instruction, reading delivery systems, and access to quality reading materials. Adapted works (e.g., stories, poems, songs, illustrations, photographs, etc.) included in this storybook were used with permission from the copyright owners. Every effort has been exerted to locate and seek permission to use these materials from their respective copyright owners. The publisher does not represent nor claim ownership over them.

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