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CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VIII Social Science 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
Term II 
 
SECTION A 
History 
 
Answers 
1. (c) – Iron and steel and textiles industries 
2. (d) – Nagpur 
3. (b) – Kolkata 
4. (c) – History painting 
5. (c) – Dr Ambedkar 
 
Answer 6 
The European traders first encountered fine cotton cloth from India carried by Arab 
merchants in Mosul, in present day Iraq. Therefore, they began to refer to all finely woven 
textiles as ‘muslin’. 
 
Answer 7 
European traveller Francis Buchanan who toured through Mysore in 1800 has left an 
account of the production process used in the many hundreds of smelting furnaces in 
Mysore. In these furnaces, iron was mixed with charcoal and put inside small clay pots. 
Through an intricate and delicate control of temperature, the smelters produced steel 
ingots which were used for sword-making not only in India but also in the West and Central 
Asia.  
 
Answer 8 
Many tribals followed jhum or shifting cultivation. In shifting cultivation, a piece of forest 
was cleared by the tribals by burning trees. The ash containing potash was then spread on 
the cultivation field in order to fertilise it. The seeds were then scattered over the field. 
After the crop was ready, it was harvested. After cultivating the crop for two to three years, 
another patch of land was cleared for cultivation. 
At the time of the arrival of the British, shifting agriculture was practised in the hilly and 
forested regions of central and northeast India  
 
Answer 9 
The strategy used by Raja Rammohan Roy and later by other social reformers shows a 
pragmatic understanding of social reform in a traditional society such as India. Whenever 
they wished to challenge a practice which seemed harmful, they tried to find a verse or 
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CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VIII Social Science 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
Term II 
 
SECTION A 
History 
 
Answers 
1. (c) – Iron and steel and textiles industries 
2. (d) – Nagpur 
3. (b) – Kolkata 
4. (c) – History painting 
5. (c) – Dr Ambedkar 
 
Answer 6 
The European traders first encountered fine cotton cloth from India carried by Arab 
merchants in Mosul, in present day Iraq. Therefore, they began to refer to all finely woven 
textiles as ‘muslin’. 
 
Answer 7 
European traveller Francis Buchanan who toured through Mysore in 1800 has left an 
account of the production process used in the many hundreds of smelting furnaces in 
Mysore. In these furnaces, iron was mixed with charcoal and put inside small clay pots. 
Through an intricate and delicate control of temperature, the smelters produced steel 
ingots which were used for sword-making not only in India but also in the West and Central 
Asia.  
 
Answer 8 
Many tribals followed jhum or shifting cultivation. In shifting cultivation, a piece of forest 
was cleared by the tribals by burning trees. The ash containing potash was then spread on 
the cultivation field in order to fertilise it. The seeds were then scattered over the field. 
After the crop was ready, it was harvested. After cultivating the crop for two to three years, 
another patch of land was cleared for cultivation. 
At the time of the arrival of the British, shifting agriculture was practised in the hilly and 
forested regions of central and northeast India  
 
Answer 9 
The strategy used by Raja Rammohan Roy and later by other social reformers shows a 
pragmatic understanding of social reform in a traditional society such as India. Whenever 
they wished to challenge a practice which seemed harmful, they tried to find a verse or 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
sentence in the ancient sacred texts which supported their point of view. They then 
suggested that the practice as it existed at present was not in accordance with the earlier 
tradition. Apparently, this had a much better impact on the psyche of Indians than direct 
argument and appeal for logic.  
 
Answer 10 
The use of violence to make a radical change within society is termed ‘revolutionary 
violence’. 
 
Answer 11 
Changes introduced by the British in the administration of justice after assuming power in 
the country were: 
? The British introduced a new judicial system in 1772. Each district had two courts—a 
criminal court (faujdari adalat) and a civil court (diwani adalat). 
? European collectors presided over the civil courts. Pandits and maulvis interpreted the 
Indian laws for them. 
? Criminal courts were presided over by a ‘qazi’ and a ‘mufti’. Their work was supervised 
by the collectors. 
? A detailed Hindu law and Muslim law were compiled for the benefit of European judges. 
? In 1773, under the Regulating Act of India, a Supreme Court of India was established. 
? A court of appeal—Sadar Nizamat Adalat—was also set up at Calcutta. 
 
Answer 12 
The picturesque style of painting depicted India as a quaint land to be explored by 
travelling British artists; its landscape was rugged and wild, seemingly untamed by human 
hands. Painter Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell were the most famous 
artists of this school of painting. They came to India in 1785 and stayed for seven years, 
journeying from Kolkata to northern and southern India and producing some of the best 
specimens of picturesque landscape paintings of the Indian terrain.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VIII Social Science 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
Term II 
 
SECTION A 
History 
 
Answers 
1. (c) – Iron and steel and textiles industries 
2. (d) – Nagpur 
3. (b) – Kolkata 
4. (c) – History painting 
5. (c) – Dr Ambedkar 
 
Answer 6 
The European traders first encountered fine cotton cloth from India carried by Arab 
merchants in Mosul, in present day Iraq. Therefore, they began to refer to all finely woven 
textiles as ‘muslin’. 
 
Answer 7 
European traveller Francis Buchanan who toured through Mysore in 1800 has left an 
account of the production process used in the many hundreds of smelting furnaces in 
Mysore. In these furnaces, iron was mixed with charcoal and put inside small clay pots. 
Through an intricate and delicate control of temperature, the smelters produced steel 
ingots which were used for sword-making not only in India but also in the West and Central 
Asia.  
 
Answer 8 
Many tribals followed jhum or shifting cultivation. In shifting cultivation, a piece of forest 
was cleared by the tribals by burning trees. The ash containing potash was then spread on 
the cultivation field in order to fertilise it. The seeds were then scattered over the field. 
After the crop was ready, it was harvested. After cultivating the crop for two to three years, 
another patch of land was cleared for cultivation. 
At the time of the arrival of the British, shifting agriculture was practised in the hilly and 
forested regions of central and northeast India  
 
Answer 9 
The strategy used by Raja Rammohan Roy and later by other social reformers shows a 
pragmatic understanding of social reform in a traditional society such as India. Whenever 
they wished to challenge a practice which seemed harmful, they tried to find a verse or 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
sentence in the ancient sacred texts which supported their point of view. They then 
suggested that the practice as it existed at present was not in accordance with the earlier 
tradition. Apparently, this had a much better impact on the psyche of Indians than direct 
argument and appeal for logic.  
 
Answer 10 
The use of violence to make a radical change within society is termed ‘revolutionary 
violence’. 
 
Answer 11 
Changes introduced by the British in the administration of justice after assuming power in 
the country were: 
? The British introduced a new judicial system in 1772. Each district had two courts—a 
criminal court (faujdari adalat) and a civil court (diwani adalat). 
? European collectors presided over the civil courts. Pandits and maulvis interpreted the 
Indian laws for them. 
? Criminal courts were presided over by a ‘qazi’ and a ‘mufti’. Their work was supervised 
by the collectors. 
? A detailed Hindu law and Muslim law were compiled for the benefit of European judges. 
? In 1773, under the Regulating Act of India, a Supreme Court of India was established. 
? A court of appeal—Sadar Nizamat Adalat—was also set up at Calcutta. 
 
Answer 12 
The picturesque style of painting depicted India as a quaint land to be explored by 
travelling British artists; its landscape was rugged and wild, seemingly untamed by human 
hands. Painter Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell were the most famous 
artists of this school of painting. They came to India in 1785 and stayed for seven years, 
journeying from Kolkata to northern and southern India and producing some of the best 
specimens of picturesque landscape paintings of the Indian terrain.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
SECTION B 
Civics 
Answers 
1. (b) – Defence Lawyer 
2. (b) – the members of the state legislative assembly 
3. (c) –Article 17 
4. (a) – Diarrhoea 
5. (c) – Consumer 
 
Answer 6 
A defence lawyer is an attorney who represents the accused party in legal matters, 
including in a court of law. In simpler words, he/she is an advocate who pleads on behalf of 
the accused person. 
 
Answer 7 
The reasons for marginalisation of certain sections of society: 
i. Speaking a different language 
ii. Following different customs 
iii. Belonging to a religious group which is different from the majority 
 
Answer 8 
Article 17 of the Constitution states that untouchability has been abolished. This means 
that no one can henceforth prevent Dalits from educating themselves, entering temples, 
using public facilities etc. 
 
Answer 9 
Our Constitution has made several provisions to maintain the independence of judiciary. 
These are: 
? All the judges of the High Courts and the Supreme Court are appointed by the President 
on the advice of the Chief Justice of India and the members of the Collegium (it consists 
of the Chief Justice and four other senior judges of the court). The Government and 
legislature hardly play any role in their appointment. 
? Once appointed, the judges of the High Court and the Supreme Court cannot be 
removed from office. They can only be removed by the process of impeachment which 
requires the approval of two-thirds majority of the total membership of both Houses. 
 
Answer 10 
The Right against Exploitation enshrined in the Constitution of India states that ‘no child 
below the age of 14 years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or employed in 
any other hazardous employment’. 
 
 
 
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CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VIII Social Science 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
Term II 
 
SECTION A 
History 
 
Answers 
1. (c) – Iron and steel and textiles industries 
2. (d) – Nagpur 
3. (b) – Kolkata 
4. (c) – History painting 
5. (c) – Dr Ambedkar 
 
Answer 6 
The European traders first encountered fine cotton cloth from India carried by Arab 
merchants in Mosul, in present day Iraq. Therefore, they began to refer to all finely woven 
textiles as ‘muslin’. 
 
Answer 7 
European traveller Francis Buchanan who toured through Mysore in 1800 has left an 
account of the production process used in the many hundreds of smelting furnaces in 
Mysore. In these furnaces, iron was mixed with charcoal and put inside small clay pots. 
Through an intricate and delicate control of temperature, the smelters produced steel 
ingots which were used for sword-making not only in India but also in the West and Central 
Asia.  
 
Answer 8 
Many tribals followed jhum or shifting cultivation. In shifting cultivation, a piece of forest 
was cleared by the tribals by burning trees. The ash containing potash was then spread on 
the cultivation field in order to fertilise it. The seeds were then scattered over the field. 
After the crop was ready, it was harvested. After cultivating the crop for two to three years, 
another patch of land was cleared for cultivation. 
At the time of the arrival of the British, shifting agriculture was practised in the hilly and 
forested regions of central and northeast India  
 
Answer 9 
The strategy used by Raja Rammohan Roy and later by other social reformers shows a 
pragmatic understanding of social reform in a traditional society such as India. Whenever 
they wished to challenge a practice which seemed harmful, they tried to find a verse or 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
sentence in the ancient sacred texts which supported their point of view. They then 
suggested that the practice as it existed at present was not in accordance with the earlier 
tradition. Apparently, this had a much better impact on the psyche of Indians than direct 
argument and appeal for logic.  
 
Answer 10 
The use of violence to make a radical change within society is termed ‘revolutionary 
violence’. 
 
Answer 11 
Changes introduced by the British in the administration of justice after assuming power in 
the country were: 
? The British introduced a new judicial system in 1772. Each district had two courts—a 
criminal court (faujdari adalat) and a civil court (diwani adalat). 
? European collectors presided over the civil courts. Pandits and maulvis interpreted the 
Indian laws for them. 
? Criminal courts were presided over by a ‘qazi’ and a ‘mufti’. Their work was supervised 
by the collectors. 
? A detailed Hindu law and Muslim law were compiled for the benefit of European judges. 
? In 1773, under the Regulating Act of India, a Supreme Court of India was established. 
? A court of appeal—Sadar Nizamat Adalat—was also set up at Calcutta. 
 
Answer 12 
The picturesque style of painting depicted India as a quaint land to be explored by 
travelling British artists; its landscape was rugged and wild, seemingly untamed by human 
hands. Painter Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell were the most famous 
artists of this school of painting. They came to India in 1785 and stayed for seven years, 
journeying from Kolkata to northern and southern India and producing some of the best 
specimens of picturesque landscape paintings of the Indian terrain.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
SECTION B 
Civics 
Answers 
1. (b) – Defence Lawyer 
2. (b) – the members of the state legislative assembly 
3. (c) –Article 17 
4. (a) – Diarrhoea 
5. (c) – Consumer 
 
Answer 6 
A defence lawyer is an attorney who represents the accused party in legal matters, 
including in a court of law. In simpler words, he/she is an advocate who pleads on behalf of 
the accused person. 
 
Answer 7 
The reasons for marginalisation of certain sections of society: 
i. Speaking a different language 
ii. Following different customs 
iii. Belonging to a religious group which is different from the majority 
 
Answer 8 
Article 17 of the Constitution states that untouchability has been abolished. This means 
that no one can henceforth prevent Dalits from educating themselves, entering temples, 
using public facilities etc. 
 
Answer 9 
Our Constitution has made several provisions to maintain the independence of judiciary. 
These are: 
? All the judges of the High Courts and the Supreme Court are appointed by the President 
on the advice of the Chief Justice of India and the members of the Collegium (it consists 
of the Chief Justice and four other senior judges of the court). The Government and 
legislature hardly play any role in their appointment. 
? Once appointed, the judges of the High Court and the Supreme Court cannot be 
removed from office. They can only be removed by the process of impeachment which 
requires the approval of two-thirds majority of the total membership of both Houses. 
 
Answer 10 
The Right against Exploitation enshrined in the Constitution of India states that ‘no child 
below the age of 14 years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or employed in 
any other hazardous employment’. 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
 
Answer 11 
Parliament controls the executive in the following ways: 
? The Parliament can control and review the work of the Government. The session of the 
Parliament begins with a ‘Question Hour’, where the members of the Parliament 
question various policies of the Government. They thus control the executive by asking 
questions on the implementation of various policies. 
? No bill can become a law until and unless it is passed by the members of the Rajya 
Sabha. 
? The opposition parties play an important role by questioning various policies of the 
Government. It draws the attention of the people towards the flaws in government 
policies.  
? The budget cannot be passed without the approval of the Parliament. It is one of the 
ways in which the Parliament controls the Government. 
 
Answer 12 
The full form of FIR is First Information Report: 
i. It is a written document prepared by the police when they receive information about 
the commission of a cognisable offence. 
ii. It can be filed either verbally or in a written manner. 
iii. It can be filed by the victim, witness or anybody who has knowledge of the crime. 
iv. It can be filed with a police officer at the police station. 
v. It is compulsory for an officer in charge of a police station to register an FIR whenever 
a person gives information about a cognisable offence. 
vi. It mentions the date, time and the place of offence, including the description of the 
events. 
vii. If the identity of the accused persons and witnesses is known, then that too is 
mentioned. 
viii. It declares the name and address of the complainant. 
ix. It has a specific form in which the police register an FIR, and it is signed by the 
complainant.  
x. The complainant has a legal right to get a free copy of the FIR from the police. Only 
after an FIR is filed, do the police start with their investigations. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
CBSE 
Class VIII Social Science 
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
Term II 
 
SECTION A 
History 
 
Answers 
1. (c) – Iron and steel and textiles industries 
2. (d) – Nagpur 
3. (b) – Kolkata 
4. (c) – History painting 
5. (c) – Dr Ambedkar 
 
Answer 6 
The European traders first encountered fine cotton cloth from India carried by Arab 
merchants in Mosul, in present day Iraq. Therefore, they began to refer to all finely woven 
textiles as ‘muslin’. 
 
Answer 7 
European traveller Francis Buchanan who toured through Mysore in 1800 has left an 
account of the production process used in the many hundreds of smelting furnaces in 
Mysore. In these furnaces, iron was mixed with charcoal and put inside small clay pots. 
Through an intricate and delicate control of temperature, the smelters produced steel 
ingots which were used for sword-making not only in India but also in the West and Central 
Asia.  
 
Answer 8 
Many tribals followed jhum or shifting cultivation. In shifting cultivation, a piece of forest 
was cleared by the tribals by burning trees. The ash containing potash was then spread on 
the cultivation field in order to fertilise it. The seeds were then scattered over the field. 
After the crop was ready, it was harvested. After cultivating the crop for two to three years, 
another patch of land was cleared for cultivation. 
At the time of the arrival of the British, shifting agriculture was practised in the hilly and 
forested regions of central and northeast India  
 
Answer 9 
The strategy used by Raja Rammohan Roy and later by other social reformers shows a 
pragmatic understanding of social reform in a traditional society such as India. Whenever 
they wished to challenge a practice which seemed harmful, they tried to find a verse or 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
sentence in the ancient sacred texts which supported their point of view. They then 
suggested that the practice as it existed at present was not in accordance with the earlier 
tradition. Apparently, this had a much better impact on the psyche of Indians than direct 
argument and appeal for logic.  
 
Answer 10 
The use of violence to make a radical change within society is termed ‘revolutionary 
violence’. 
 
Answer 11 
Changes introduced by the British in the administration of justice after assuming power in 
the country were: 
? The British introduced a new judicial system in 1772. Each district had two courts—a 
criminal court (faujdari adalat) and a civil court (diwani adalat). 
? European collectors presided over the civil courts. Pandits and maulvis interpreted the 
Indian laws for them. 
? Criminal courts were presided over by a ‘qazi’ and a ‘mufti’. Their work was supervised 
by the collectors. 
? A detailed Hindu law and Muslim law were compiled for the benefit of European judges. 
? In 1773, under the Regulating Act of India, a Supreme Court of India was established. 
? A court of appeal—Sadar Nizamat Adalat—was also set up at Calcutta. 
 
Answer 12 
The picturesque style of painting depicted India as a quaint land to be explored by 
travelling British artists; its landscape was rugged and wild, seemingly untamed by human 
hands. Painter Thomas Daniell and his nephew William Daniell were the most famous 
artists of this school of painting. They came to India in 1785 and stayed for seven years, 
journeying from Kolkata to northern and southern India and producing some of the best 
specimens of picturesque landscape paintings of the Indian terrain.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
SECTION B 
Civics 
Answers 
1. (b) – Defence Lawyer 
2. (b) – the members of the state legislative assembly 
3. (c) –Article 17 
4. (a) – Diarrhoea 
5. (c) – Consumer 
 
Answer 6 
A defence lawyer is an attorney who represents the accused party in legal matters, 
including in a court of law. In simpler words, he/she is an advocate who pleads on behalf of 
the accused person. 
 
Answer 7 
The reasons for marginalisation of certain sections of society: 
i. Speaking a different language 
ii. Following different customs 
iii. Belonging to a religious group which is different from the majority 
 
Answer 8 
Article 17 of the Constitution states that untouchability has been abolished. This means 
that no one can henceforth prevent Dalits from educating themselves, entering temples, 
using public facilities etc. 
 
Answer 9 
Our Constitution has made several provisions to maintain the independence of judiciary. 
These are: 
? All the judges of the High Courts and the Supreme Court are appointed by the President 
on the advice of the Chief Justice of India and the members of the Collegium (it consists 
of the Chief Justice and four other senior judges of the court). The Government and 
legislature hardly play any role in their appointment. 
? Once appointed, the judges of the High Court and the Supreme Court cannot be 
removed from office. They can only be removed by the process of impeachment which 
requires the approval of two-thirds majority of the total membership of both Houses. 
 
Answer 10 
The Right against Exploitation enshrined in the Constitution of India states that ‘no child 
below the age of 14 years shall be employed to work in any factory or mine or employed in 
any other hazardous employment’. 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
 
Answer 11 
Parliament controls the executive in the following ways: 
? The Parliament can control and review the work of the Government. The session of the 
Parliament begins with a ‘Question Hour’, where the members of the Parliament 
question various policies of the Government. They thus control the executive by asking 
questions on the implementation of various policies. 
? No bill can become a law until and unless it is passed by the members of the Rajya 
Sabha. 
? The opposition parties play an important role by questioning various policies of the 
Government. It draws the attention of the people towards the flaws in government 
policies.  
? The budget cannot be passed without the approval of the Parliament. It is one of the 
ways in which the Parliament controls the Government. 
 
Answer 12 
The full form of FIR is First Information Report: 
i. It is a written document prepared by the police when they receive information about 
the commission of a cognisable offence. 
ii. It can be filed either verbally or in a written manner. 
iii. It can be filed by the victim, witness or anybody who has knowledge of the crime. 
iv. It can be filed with a police officer at the police station. 
v. It is compulsory for an officer in charge of a police station to register an FIR whenever 
a person gives information about a cognisable offence. 
vi. It mentions the date, time and the place of offence, including the description of the 
events. 
vii. If the identity of the accused persons and witnesses is known, then that too is 
mentioned. 
viii. It declares the name and address of the complainant. 
ix. It has a specific form in which the police register an FIR, and it is signed by the 
complainant.  
x. The complainant has a legal right to get a free copy of the FIR from the police. Only 
after an FIR is filed, do the police start with their investigations. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
 
CBSE VIII  |  Social Science  
Sample Paper – 1 Solution 
 
     
SECTION C 
Geography 
Answers 
1. (d) – Assam 
2. (b) – Viticulture 
3. (d) – Marine-based industries 
4. (a) – Osaka 
5. (c) – Shelter belts 
 
Answer 6 
On the basis of distribution, resources can be classified into two groups- ubiquitous and 
localised resources. 
Ubiquitous Resources: Resources which are found everywhere are known as ubiquitous 
resources. Examples: Sunlight and water. 
Localised Resources: Resources which are found only at certain places are known as 
localised resources. Example: Petroleum and copper 
 
Answer 7 
The land on which crops are grown is known as arable land. 
 
Answer 8 
The inputs for the iron and steel industry include raw materials such as iron ore, coal and 
limestone, along with labour, capital, site and other infrastructure. 
 
Answer 9 
Industry is defined as an economic activity concerned with the production of goods, 
extraction of minerals or provision of services. 
 
Answer 10 
People are a nation’s greatest resource. Nature’s bounty becomes significant only when 
people find it useful. It is people with their demands and abilities which turn them into 
‘resources’.  Healthy, educated and motivated people develop resources according to their 
requirements. Hence, it is said that ‘human resource is the ultimate resource’. 
 
Answer 11 
Steel is often called the backbone of modern industry. Almost everything we use is either 
made of iron or steel or has been made with tools and machinery of these metals. Ships, 
trains, trucks and autos are made largely of steel. Even the safety pins and the needles you 
use are made of steel. Oil wells are drilled with steel machinery. Steel pipelines transport 
oil. Minerals are mined with steel equipment. Farm machines are mostly steel. Large 
buildings have a steel framework. 
  
 
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