Smithville Telephone Company, Inc. Tariff I.U.R.C. No. 1 Section 3 7 th Revised Sheet 1 GENERAL EXCHANGE SERVICE

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1 7 th Revised Sheet 1 1. TABLE OF CONTENTS Sheet Application of Business and Residence Rates 2 Connection of Customer-Provided Terminal Equipment.. 3 Connection of Customer-Provided Communications Systems. 8 Connection of Customer-Provided Recording, Reproducing and Automatic Answering and Recording Equipment 10 Construction and Special Installation Charges.. 12 Off-Premise Access 13 Rural Line Service 14 Payphone Service Provider Service Special Service and Facilities 15 Telephone Directory Listings Temporary Suspension of Service Vacation Rates Custom Calling Services Advanced Calling Services Direct Inward Dialing (DID) Service Touch Calling Service Toll Restriction Service Trunk Hunt Service Movers Call Forwarding Directory Assistance Services 18 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) Services Basic Rate Interface (BRI). 20 Primary Rate Interface (PRI).. 35 Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL) Service 44 (T)

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3 1 st Revised Sheet APPLICATION This section applies to the general exchange telephone service of this Telephone Company. In the event of conflict between any rate, rule, regulation, or provision contained under General Exchange Service and any rate, rule, regulation or provision contained in the Tariff, the rate, rule, regulation, or provision in the Local Exchange Rates shall apply, provided that such provisions do not conflict with any existing rule, regulation, or provision adopted and made a part of the Rules, Regulations and Standards of Service for Telephone Utilities in Indiana as ordered and promulgated by the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. The provision of services and facilities, as provided herein, is subject to the General Rules and Regulations of the Telephone Company, which General Rules and Regulations as they now exist or as they may be revised, added to, or supplemented by superseding issues are hereby made a part of this General Exchange Service Section. Provisions contained within this General Exchange Services Section relating to particular types or character of telephone service shall constitute an obligation on the Telephone Company to furnish that particular type or character of telephone service only if and when the Telephone Company has filed with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission a rate or charge covering that particular type or character of service. This Tariff cancels and supersedes all other Exchange Service Tariffs or General Service Tariffs of the Telephone Company, excepting Message Toll Tariffs, issued and effective prior to the effective date of the Tariff. 3. CONCURRENCE Pursuant to the provisions in Cause No , the Company hereby adopts and concurs in I.U.R.C. Tariff No. T-7, Part I, for Low-Income Programs. This sheet was formerly numbered 1A.

4 1 st Revised Sheet 2 4. APPLICATION OF BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE RATES 4.1. Business Rates Apply at the Following Locations: In offices, stores, shops, factories and all other places of a strictly business nature In boarding houses, except as noted in below, offices of hotels, halls and offices of apartment buildings; quarters occupied by clubs; public, private or parochial schools or colleges, hospitals, libraries, and other similar institutions At residence locations when the customer has no regular business telephone, and the use of the service either by himself, members of his household, or his guests, or parties calling him can be considered substantially of a business nature, which fact might be indicated by advertising, either by business cards, newspapers, handbills, billboards, circulars, motion picture screens, or other advertising matter, such as on vehicles, etc., or when such business use is not such as commonly arises and passes over residence telephone during the intervals when, in compliance with the law or established custom, business places are ordinarily closed Where the place of business and the residence of a customer are on the same premises and no telephone is installed in the place of business, the business rate shall be charged for the telephone installed in the residence At residence locations, when an extension station or extension bell is located in a shop, office, or other place of business In any location where such location and expected usage of the service indicates a business. 4.2.Residence Rates apply at the Following Locations: In private residences where business listings are not provided In private apartments or hotels, rooming houses, or boarding houses where service is confined to the customer's use and elsewhere in rooming and boarding houses which are not advertising as a place of business In the place of residence of a clergyman, or nurse, and in the place of residence of a physician, surgeon or other medical practitioner, dentist or veterinarian, provided the customer does not maintain an office in the residence. Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 2.1.

5 1 st Revised Sheet ( D ) ( D )

6 1 st Revised Sheet 3 6. CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT 6.1. Data Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment Customer-provided data transmitting and/or receiving terminal equipment which involves direct electrical connection to the facilities furnished by the Telephone Company may be used with such facilities for exchange telecommunications services either through a data set, or a Data Access Arrangement provided by the Telephone Company as described below Data Sets Where the customer elects to use customer-provided data transmitting and/or receiving terminal equipment with a data set furnished by the Telephone Company, the data set shall perform the functions of: (A) (B) (C) Network control signaling; Conditioning the data signals generated by the customer-provided equipment to signals suitable for transmission by means of Telephone Company facilities; and Conditioning signals transmitted by means of Telephone Company facilities to data signals suitable for reception by customer-provided equipment Data Access Arrangement ( D ) ( D ) Where the customer elects to use customer-provided data transmitting and/or receiving terminal equipment through a Data Access Arrangement: (A) The customer shall furnish the equipment which performs the functions of data signal conditioning referred to in 6.1.2(B) and 6.1.2(C) preceding. Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 3.1.

7 1 st Revised Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT 6.1. Data Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Cont.) Data Access Arrangement (Cont.) (B) To protect the exchange telecommunications network and the services furnished to the general public by the Telephone Company from harmful effects, the customer-provided data transmitting equipment must comply with the following minimum network protection criteria: (1) To prevent excessive noise and crosstalk in the network it is necessary that the power of the signal at the central office not exceed 12db below one milliwatt when averaged over any three second interval. To permit each customer, independent of distance from the central office, to supply power which approximates the 12db below one milliwatt limit at the central office, the power of the signal which may be applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer's premises will be specified for each customer's location but in no case shall it exceed one milliwatt. (2) To protect other services it is necessary that the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer s premises meet the following limits: (a) (b) The power in the band from 3,995 Hertz to 4,005 Hertz shall be at least 18db below the power of the signal as specified in 6.1.3(B)(1) above. The power in the band from 4,000 Hertz to 10,000 Hertz shall not exceed 16db below one milliwatt. Material moved to this sheet formerly appeared on sheet 3.

8 1 st Revised Sheet 4 6. CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 6.1 Data Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Cont.) Data Access Arrangement (Cont.) (B) (Cont.) (2) (Cont.) (c) (d) (e) The power in the band from 10,000 Hertz to 25,000 Hertz shall not exceed 24db below one milliwatt. The power in the band from 25,000 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 36db below one milliwatt. The power in the band above 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 50db below one milliwatt. (3) To prevent the interruption or disconnection of a call, or interference with network control signaling, it is necessary that the signal applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer s premises be limited so that the signal at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e. at the input to the Telephone Company line) shall at no time have energy solely in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band. If there is signal power at the output of the network control signaling unit in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band, it must not exceed the power present at the same time in the 800 to 2450 Hertz band. (C) The Telephone Company shall furnish the Data Access Arrangement for use with the network control signaling unit Acoustic, Inductive Connections (A) Customer-provided data transmitting and/or receiving terminal equipment may be acoustically or inductively connected with Telephone Company facilities for exchange telecommunications services provided the acoustic or inductive connection is made externally to a Telephone Company network control signaling unit. Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 4.1.

9 Original Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 6.1 Data Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Cont.) Acoustic, Inductive Connections (Cont.) (B) To protect the exchange telecommunications network and the services furnished to the general public by the Telephone Company from harmful effects, the customer-provided data transmitting equipment must comply with the following minimum network protection criteria: (1) To prevent excessive noise and crosstalk in the network it is necessary that the power of the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises be limited so that the signal power at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e., at input to the Telephone Company line) does not exceed 9db below one milliwatt when averaged over any three second interval. (2) To protect other services it is necessary that the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises meet the following limits at the output of the network control signaling until (i.e., at the input to the Telephone Company line): (a) (b) The power in the band from 3,995 Hertz to 4,005 Hertz shall be at least 18db below the power of the signal as specified in 6.1.4(B)(1) above. The power in the band from 4,000 Hertz to 10,000 Hertz shall not exceed 16db below one milliwatt. Material moved to this sheet formerly appeared on sheet 4.

10 1 st Revised Sheet 5 6. CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 6.1. Data Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Cont.) Acoustic, Inductive Connections (Cont.) (B) (Cont.) (2) (Cont.) (c) (d) (e) The power in the band from 10,000 Hertz to 25,000 Hertz shall not exceed 24db below one milliwatt. The power in the band from 25,000 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 36db below one milliwatt. The power in the band above 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 50db below one milliwatt. (3) To prevent the interruption or disconnection of a call, or interference with network control signaling, it is necessary that the signal applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises be limited so that he signal at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e., at the input to the Telephone Company line) shall at no time have energy solely in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band. If there is signal power at the input of the network control signaling unit in the 2450 to 2750, it must not exceed the power present at the same time in the 800 to 2450 Hertz band Voice Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment Direct Electrical Connection Customer-provided voice transmitting and/or receiving terminal equipment which involves direct electrical connection to the facilities furnished by the Telephone Company for exchange telecommunications service may be connected with such facilities in accordance with (A) and (B) following: Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 5.1.

11 Original Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 6.2. Voice Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Cont.) Direct Electrical Connection (Cont.) (A) (B) The connection shall be made through a Telephone Company network control signaling unit and a connecting arrangement which shall be furnished, installed and maintained by the Telephone Company. To protect the exchange telecommunications network and the services furnished to the general public by the Telephone Company from harmful effects, the customer-provided voice transmitting equipment must comply with the following minimum network protection criteria: (1) To prevent excessive noise and crosstalk in the network it is necessary that the power of the signal at the central office not exceed 12db below one milliwatt when averaged over any three second interval. To insure that this limit is not exceeded, the power of the signal which may be applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer's premises will be specified for each type of connecting arrangement but in no case shall it exceed one milliwatt. (2) To protect other services it is necessary that the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer's premises meet the following limits: Material moved to this sheet formerly appeared on sheet 5.

12 1 st Revised Sheet 6 6. CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 6.2. Voice Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Cont.) Direct Electrical Connection (Cont.) (B) (Cont.) (2) (Cont.) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The power in the band from 3,995 Hertz to 4,005 Hertz shall be at least 18db below the power of the signal as specified in 6.2.1(B)(1) preceding. The power in the band from 4,000 Hertz to 10,000 Hertz shall not exceed 16db below one milliwatt. The power in the band from 10,000 Hertz to 25,000 Hertz shall not exceed 24db below one milliwatt. The power in the band from 25,000 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 36db below one milliwatt. The power in the band above 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 50db below one milliwatt. (3) To prevent the interruption or disconnection of a call or interference with network control signaling, it is necessary, that the signal applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer's premises at no time have energy solely in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band. If signal power is in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band, it must not exceed the power present at the same time in the 800 to 2450 Hertz band. Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 6.1.

13 Original Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 6.2. Voice Transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Cont.) Acoustic, Inductive Connections (A) (B) Customer-provided voice transmitting and or receiving terminal equipment may be acoustically or inductively connected with Telephone Company facilities for exchange telecommunications services provided the acoustic or inductive connection is made external to a Telephone Company network control signaling unit. To protect the exchange telecommunications network and the services furnished to the general public by the Telephone Company from harmful effects, the customer-provided voice transmitting equipment must comply with the following minimum network protection criteria: (1) To prevent excessive noise and crosstalk it is necessary that the power of the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises be limited so that the signal power at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e., at the input to the Telephone Company line) does not exceed 9db below one milliwatt when averaged over any three second interval. (2) To protect other services it is necessary that the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises meet the following limits at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e., at the input to the Telephone Company line): Material moved to this sheet formerly appeared on sheet 6.

14 1 st Revised Sheet 7 6. CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED TERMINAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 6.2. Voice transmitting and/or Receiving Terminal Equipment (Copt.) Acoustic, Inductive Connections (Cont.) (B) (Cont.) (2) (Cont.) (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The power in the band from 3,995 Hertz to 4,005 Hertz shall be a least 18db below the power of the signal as specified in 6.2.2(B)(1) preceding. The power in the band from 4,000 Hertz to 10,000 Hertz shall not exceed 16db below one milliwatt. The power in the band from 10,000 Hertz to 25,000 shall not exceed 24db below one milliwatt. The power in the band from 25,000 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 36db below one milliwatt. The power in the band above 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 50db below one milliwatt. (3) To prevent the interruption or disconnection of a call or interference with network control signaling, it is necessary that the signal applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises be limited so that the signal at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e., at the input to the Telephone Company line) shall at no time have energy solely in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band. If there is signal power at the output of the network control signaling unit in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band, it must not exceed the power present at the same time in the 800 to 2450 Hertz band.

15 1 st Revised Sheet 8 7. CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS 7.1. General Customer-provided communications systems rnay be connected at a service point of the customer, on a voice grade basis, with exchange telecommunications services either through a network control signaling unit and connecting arrangement, furnished, installed and maintained by the Telephone Company or through customer-provided equipment which affects such connections external to a Telephone Company network control signaling unit by means of an acoustic or inductive connection for transmitting and/or receiving. The customer-provided system shall comply with the minimum network protection criteria contained in and following Network Protection Criteria To protect the exchange telecommunications network and the services furnished to the general public by the Telephone Company from harmful effects, the signal from the customer-provided communications system to the exchange telecommunications network must comply with the following minimum network protection criteria: Where the customer-provided communications system is connected with exchange telecommunications services through a connecting arrangement and network control signaling unit furnished by the Telephone Company, the customer-provided communications system must comply with the following criteria: (A) (B) to prevent excessive noise and crosstalk in the network, it is necessary that the power of the signal at the central office not exceed 12db below one milliwatt when averaged over any three second interval. To insure that this limit is not exceeded, the power of the signal which may be applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer's premises will be specified for each type of connecting arrangement, but in no case shall it exceed one milliwatt. to protect other' services it is necessary that the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer's premises meet the following limits: Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 8.1.

16 Original Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (Cont.) 7.2. Network Protection Criteria (Cont.) (Cont.) (B) (Cont.) (1) The power in the band from 3,995 Hertz to 4,005 Hertz shall beat least 18db below the power of the signal as specified in 7.2.1(A) preceding. (2) The power in the band from 4,000 Hertz to 10,000 Hertz shall not exceed 16db below one milliwatt. (3) The power in the band from 10,000 Hertz to 25,000 shall not exceed 24db below one milliwatt. (4) The power in the band from 25,000 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 36db below one milliwatt. (5) The power in the band above 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 50db below one milliwatt. Material moved to this sheet formerly appeared on sheet 8.

17 1 st Revised Sheet 9 7. CONNECTION OF SUCTOMER-PROVIDED COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS (Cont.) 7.2. Network Protection Criteria (Cont.) (Cont.) (C) To prevent the interruption or disconnection of a call or interference with network control signaling, it is necessary that the signal applied by the customer-provided equipment to the Telephone Company interface located on the customer's premises shall at no time have energy solely in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band. If signal power is in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band, it must not exceed the power present at the same time in the 800 to 2450 Hertz band Where the customer-provided communication system is connected with exchange telecommunications services through customer-provided equipment which affects such connections externally to a Telephone Company network control signaling unit by means of an acoustic or inductive connection for transmitting and/or receiving, the customer-provided communications system must comply with the following criteria: (A) (B) To prevent excessive noise and crosstalk in the network it is necessary that the power of the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises be limited so that the signal power at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e., at the input of the Telephone Company line) does not exceed 9db below one milliwatt when averaged over any three second interval. To protect other services it is necessary that the signal which is applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises meet the following limits at the output of the network control signaling unit (i.e., at the input of the Telephone Company line). (1) The power in the band from 3,995 Hertz to 4,005 Hertz shall be at least 18db below the power of the signal as specified in 7.2.2(A) preceding. Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 9.1.

18 Original Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS (Cont.) 7.2. Network Protection Criteria (Cont.) (Cont.) (B) (Cont.) (2) The power in the band from 4,000 Hertz to 10,000 Hertz shall not exceed 16db below one milliwatt. (3) The power in the band from 10,000 Hertz to 25,000 shall not exceed 24db below one milliwatt. (4) The power in the band from 25,000 Hertz to 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 36db below one milliwatt. (5) The power in the band above 40,000 Hertz shall not exceed 50db below one milliwatt. (C) To prevent the interruption or disconnection of a call or interference with network control signaling, it. is necessary that the signal applied by the customer-provided equipment to the network control signaling unit located on the customer's premises be limited so that the signal at the output of the network control signal unit (i.e., at the input to the Telephone Company line) shall at no time have energy solely in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band. If there is signal power at the output of the network control signaling unit in the 2450 to 2750 Hertz band, it must not exceed the power present at the same time in the 800 to 2450 Hertz band. Material moved to this sheet formerly appeared on sheet 9.

19 1 st Revised Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED RECORDING, REPRODUCING AND AUTOMATIC ANSWERING AND RECORDING EQUIPMENT Customer-provided recording, reproducing and automatic answering and recording equipment may be used in connection with the facilities of the Telephone Company for the following purposes and subject to the following conditions: 8.1. Recording of Two-way Telephone Conversations Exchange telecommunications service furnished by the Telephone Company is not represented as adapted to the recording of telephone conversations. However, customerprovided recording equipment may be used in connection with exchange telecommunications service subject to the following conditions: Connection of customer-provided voice recording equipment with facilities of the Telephone Company for the recording of two-way telephone conversations is permitted only by means of a direct electrical connection through a connecting arrangement furnished, installed and maintained by the Telephone Company, which contains a recorder tone device automatically producing a distinctive recorder tone that is repeated at intervals of approximately fifteen seconds when the recording equipment is in use. However, in the case of central office lines or trunks furnished to public fire and police departments, recorder connector equipment without the automatic tone device may be furnished for use with such lines or trunks providing that the proper municipal authority certifies that they are used exclusively for the receipt of fire reports and other emergency calls and are attended at all times for such purposes In lieu of the above arrangement, connection may be made through a portable direct electrical connecting arrangement provided such arrangement shall be connected with the telephone line through jacks installed by the Telephone company on each line or at each station used for recording purposes, except that where recording is done a a cord switchboard, a portable jack box supplied and maintained by the Telephone Company may be used The customer-provided voice recording equipment shall be so arranged that at the will of the user it can be physically connected to and disconnected from the facilities of the Telephone Company or switchboard on and off. Material moved from this sheet now appears on sheet 10.1.

20 Original Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED RECORDING, REPRODUCING AND AUTOMATIC ANSWERING AND RECORDING EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 8.1. Recording of Two-way Telephone Conversations (Cont.) The customer-provided voice recording equipment must comply with the minimum network protection criteria set forth for direct electrical connection of customerprovided voice terminal equipment in 7.2.2(B) preceding Recording of Incoming Messages Only Connection of customer-provided recording equipment with the facilities of the Telephone Company for the recording of incoming messages only, shall be made only through connecting equipment furnished, installed and maintained by the Telephone Company. Such connecting equipment permits an attendant to use the telephone sets furnished on the same line to monitor the recording of incoming messages but physically prevents recording during Two-way telephone conversations. A recorder tone is not required Transmission of Pre-recorded Messages Connection of customer-provided reproducing equipment with the facilities of the Telephone Company for the transmission of pre-recorded messages shall be only through connecting equipment furnished, installed and maintained by the Telephone Company. Material moved to this sheet formerly appeared on sheet 10.

21 1 st Revised Sheet CONNECTION OF CUSTOMER-PROVIDED RECORDING, REPRODUCING AND AUTOMATIC ANSWERING AND RECORDING EQUIPMENT (Cont.) 8.4. Automatic Answering and Recording Equipment Connection of customer-provided automatic answering and recording equipment with the Telephone Company for transmitting a pre-recorded message to the calling party, if desired, and recording an incoming message only, shall be made only through connecting equipment furnished, installed and maintained by the Telephone Company. Such connecting equipment will automatically trip the ringing and hold the connection Recording of Two-Way Telephone Conversations Telecommunications services are not represented as adapted to the recording of two-way telephone conversations. However, customer-provided recording equipment may be connected, directly, acoustically or inductively with telecommunications services, subject to the following conditions: Either a distinctive recorder tone (beep tone) that is repeated at intervals of approximately fifteen seconds is required when recording equipment is in use and is electrically connected with services of the Telephone Company or; a consent to record is required prior to the recording or; by verbal notification which is recorded at the beginning, and as a part of the call, by the recording party. The consent must be in writing or be part of the recording. These will not be required: Neither tone nor consent are required: When used by a broadcast licensee provided at least one of the following requirements is met: (A) (B) (B) the licensee informs each party to the call of its intent to broadcast the conversation, to broadcast the call, or such awareness of the licensee's intent to broadcast the call may be reasonably imputed to the party.

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