GUEST ARTIST: “The Element of Surprise” by Sandra Strait

Hi, I’m Sandra Strait, aka molossus, aka rooibas, aka myfeetshowit, from Fairview, Oregon. When I first got into social media I thought it would help if I had a different name for the various forums that I was in.  It didn’t.  To this day, I have ‘new’ friends who suddenly realize they’ve known me for years. I’ve also been accused of stealing my own artwork several times.

Before I continue, I want to let you know I’m holding a giveaway of Stonehenge Aqua paper for the people who comment on this post.  Details are at the end of this post!

I’ve never had a formal education in art, just my 10,000+ hours of practice. I started out with school notebook paper and a cheap Bic pen as soon as I could hold one.  Over the years, the paper got finer and the pens got fancier and I started using other mediums as well.

#WorldWatercolorGroup - Watercolor by Sandra Strait - Rockin' the Mixed Media-Watercolor, Micron & Gellyroll on Aquarius II - Doodlewash

When I was drawing, people would say that my work looked like a painting.  When I did oil painting, I was told that my paintings looked drawn.  When I did Artist Trading Cards, using marker and acrylics, I was told they looked like miniature oil paintings.  You may sense a trend here.

It’s possible that my slightly different way of doing things started when I was a child.  My father was a zookeeper.  In those days, the zoo didn’t have a nursery so, if a mother abandoned her babies, a zoo employee would take them home to raise.  While all the other children in my neighborhood had cats and dogs for pets, I had lions and tigers.

#WorldWatercolorGroup - Watercolor by Sandra Strait - Sunset in Rust and Teal-Cobalt Teal, Quin Rust, New Gamboge on Gemini Coldpress - Doodlewash

I’m a firm believer that there really aren’t any ‘bad’ art supplies.  We’ve all seen amazing works of art done by someone using toothpicks or the cheapest pens and paints.  When I try out a new product I try to destroy it.  That is, I push past what I know to be good technique until I see the limitations in the product.  Then I try to learn how to use that product to the best of its limitations and …wait, there’s more… then I try to think of ways that I can use the tool in unexpected ways.  Mind you, I’m more likely to push a cheap tool to total destruction than an expensive one.  I’m a bit strange, not crazy!

#WorldWatercolorGroup - Watercolor by Sandra Strait - House Sparrow - Doodlewash

About five years ago, my mother became very ill and I was spending long hours at the hospital with her. I started doing Zentangle, a method that uses patterns, and only needs a pen or pencil and a three-inch piece of paper.  I fell in love with the technique because I could surprise myself as much as the viewer.  I’d start drawing my patterns, and then decide what the drawing would be – sort of like finding animal shapes in the clouds.

Leaves A'Fall-ingUnfortunately, I loved tangling so much that I messed up my wrist, drawing constantly, and that’s when I started using watercolor.  When I first began, I was using my non-dominant hand (I’m slightly ambidextrous) and by the time my wrist was better, I’d abandoned my old love, Zentangle, and taken up full time with watercolor.  I do have to confess – I’m a terrible cheat.  I frequently return to my old loves – Zentangle, ballpoint pen drawing, and mixed media, but I always come back to watercolor.

Titian Haired DancersI still try to surprise myself.  Not as much by starting without a result in mind, but by constantly changing the products that I use and the style I paint in. Last year, I painted a bird every week.  This year I’m alternating between the quality of light and stylized paintings in the vein of Eyvind Earle and Zoltan Szabo.  Right now, I don’t care for painting people, but tomorrow I may wake up and decide I’m going to paint people in court costume from the French Revolution.  I just never know, and I love that.

Because I use so many color schemes and try so many brands, I’m constantly creating DIY palettes.  I could just buy the cheap plastic ones, but where is the fun in that? I scour the bargain and second-hand stores and yard sales for old tins.  I convert ice trays and mini-ramekins and egg plates.

I have a blog, ‘Life Imitates Doodles’ where I share my work, post art supply reviews, and tutorials, and hold art supply giveaways. Three times a week I post a list of links to art and crafting tutorials, giveaways and reviews. If any of you post art-related reviews or giveaways on your blogs or in social media feel free to let me know and I’ll add them to my list.

#WorldWatercolorGroup - Watercolor by Sandra Strait - Standing Water-watercolor on Strathmore Aquarius II - Doodlewash

Though I’ve been a member of the World Watercolor Group for some time, I’ve only been a member of Doodlewash for a short time.  It’s been a delight jumping in, meeting fellow artists and discussing my favorite subjects – art and art supplies.

Thank you, Charlie, for all your hard work in setting up this community for your fellow artists.

GIVEAWAY has ended! Thanks for Entering!

Sandra Strait
Life Imitates Doodles Blog
Doodlewash Gallery

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  1. Kimischel Smith 2 years ago

    Beautiful work! Especially love the whimsical sheep! Your use of bright colors is fun in that one especially. I have never tried Stonehenge paper, so I am interested in seeing how it compares to the paper and watercolor board I have tried. Crossing fingers for a chance to sample it! Take care.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I definitely feel freer to go wild with color when I’m just using my imagination for reference. Lots of colors swirling around in my brain lol. Good luck with the giveaway!

  2. Brenda Jiral 2 years ago

    Beautiful work and I really enjoyed reading about your art journey! I too enjoy trying new mediums and new ways to use them! I would love to try the paper you are giving away; it’s one that I haven’t tried yet.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you! I’ve been so lucky (and a bit pushy) in convincing companies to send me product. I still buy too much as well, lol. Good luck with the giveaway!

  3. Mary Beth McDonough 2 years ago

    Loved your discussion of how you grow into watercolor painting. I am fairly new at this wonderful art experience. Enjoying retirement and learning new things. I too have enjoyed Zentangle, and finding animals and faces in the clouds. Love how that right side of our brain works. Your art is beautiful and I hope I get to that free flowing style someday. Thank you Sandra, for sharing your gift of watercolor painting with us and your generous offer of gifting some Stonehenge Aqua paper. Will check out your website.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you! More and more, I’ve been painting from my imagination. It really helps with the free flowing style because you paint what you know rather than what you think you see. I recommend it highly for practice, if nothing else. Good luck with the giveaway!

      • Sandy Rogers 2 years ago

        Sandra, I love your creativity! It gives me hope that I, too, may someday color outside of the lines. 😁

        Sandy Rogers

  4. Janneke Booister 2 years ago

    Love your work and the story behind it all!
    As we do not have access to Stonehenge paper in The Netherlands I would like to take part in the giveaway

  5. Jean Marmo 2 years ago

    I follow Sandra’s blog and her work is so impressive. I enjoy her reviews and am following her wonderful doodling! Thank you for this read and for the chance to wiN!

  6. fantine ponter 2 years ago

    Sandra, you are an inspiration! Love your art and your sense of humour!

  7. PennyH 2 years ago

    So much fun and variety. That’s what I am loving about watercolor. It is so much fun to see and experiment with new techniques, colors, styles, etc.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I think that watercolor will always remain my favorite medium, just because it is so flexible. Good luck with the giveaway!

  8. Tina 2 years ago

    Hi Sandra, how generous not only the giveaway but also sharing your story with us. I love bold colours and the different styles you show here. But strangely enough, my favourite one of yours is the little house – although its colours are not as bold.
    Love your work, thanks for sharing.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. One of the reasons that Zentangle is so popular is that patterns have a real power to them. People like my tangled work, and they like my watercolors, but when I combine the two, I always get the most response.
      Good luck with the giveaway!

  9. Yvonne Reeder 2 years ago

    Sandra, I’ve so enjoyed getting to know you a little more. I love your work, your passion and your curiosity! Thank you for sharing all of it with us through this blog and in the groups and forums at Doodlewash! ❤️

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I’ve really enjoyed discussing one of my favorite things with like-minded people! Good luck with the giveaway!

  10. Manuela Sattler 2 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your art and your story and yes I would love to win the give away.

  11. Jennifer McLean 2 years ago

    Hey Sandra! Great artist spotlight. I have to say, I love your bird in blue the best. Although the sheep as the first pic was hilarious. You so captured they’re adorableness. It must have been amazing to raise zoo animals! Officially enter me into your giveaway please, I’d love to try some of that paper! I’m so like you, love to try new product! Hugs.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Those sheep are something I came up with as a tangle pattern, and then recently used for my Fun & Easy Landscapes. I think they’ve been one of the most popular step-outs I’ve ever done. Hard to beat a crazy sheep,lol! Good luck with the giveaway!

  12. Terri Young 2 years ago

    Sandra! I was so surprised when I saw you name as the guest artist! Love your work especially the Zentangle aspect. I’ve been following your blog for a couple of years and always enjoy seeing what you are doing and sharing with the rest of the world. You rock!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. It always amazes me how often you meet the same people in different places. My brother says that some people are ‘like-minded’. I think that accounts for it. Good luck with the giveaway!

  13. Susan Cuss 2 years ago

    I enjoyed reading about your art journey, and the different types of art you pursue. Variety adds to the enjoyment, I think. How nice of you to share some of your watercolor paper. I’ve not yet tried Stonehenge, so I thank you for the opportunity to win some. I’m off to check out your blog!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I always feel when I win or get a large haul of goodies for a giveaway that I should share the luck.
      It benefits the company, benefits the readers and it’s good karma for me. Good luck with the giveaway!

  14. Terri Bate 2 years ago

    MOre comments than any other! Your work is eclectic – and I love the patterns on the sheep – the zentangle influence I guess? Thanks for friending me – and since I’m not yet home from my adventure I’m really not bothered if I win (nice though it would be!).

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Well, if you win while you’re away, it might help the sadness when your adventures are over, if you have a package of paper goodness waiting. Good luck with the giveaway!

      • Terri Bate 2 years ago

        It will be very strange getting home – I’ve been travelling for 16months! Thanks for your generosity.

  15. Michele Rath 2 years ago

    Sandra – loved all your paintings with the beautiful colors, both soft and bold, and all the textures in your rock painting. I think I will give that a “go”. Enjoyed reading about your painting journey!

  16. Priscilla DeConti 2 years ago

    I recently found doodlewash as well..Looks like a great place…thanks for sharing your story..I love zentangle, recently became CZT and also teaching myself watercolors!! Great story !

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Congratulations on becoming a CZT! Zentangle and watercolor are great together. Good luck with the giveaway.

  17. SHARON A HASCHALK 2 years ago

    Hi Sandra! When I started looking at your paintings all I was saying to myself was, wow, beautiful! I love your style, it’s all your own. And I really enjoyed reading about your artistic journey. Thanks for sharing it with us, and also thanks for being so generous with a chance to win some paper, too! Hugs from me in Florida. There’s a bad hurricane headed our way, so please everybody who reads this, say a prayer for us all.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Good luck with the giveaway! I’m praying that Irma decides to stay at sea, at least until she’s used up all her energy. I feel so bad about who have already been hit.

  18. cybaea 2 years ago

    Thank you for sharing your art journey. I have enjoyed Life Imitates Doodles for a long time.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I feel blessed to have so many followers at my blog. You’ve all brought a great deal of joy to my life. Good luck with the giveaway!

  19. bmoan1 2 years ago

    Next week is my birthday! Here’s hoping. Your blog here was so interesting and entertaining. Can’t wait to flip over to your blog and check it out…B!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Good luck with the giveaway, but if you don’t win, I hope you still have the greatest birthday ever!

  20. Linda Chapman 2 years ago

    I love that you have such diversity in the method and subject of your paintings. I aspire.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Don’t be afraid to experiment. I figure 5 paintings that don’t work out so well, equals one painting that is excellent – it takes your mind a while to figure things out. Good luck with the giveaway!

  21. KATHY ROCK 2 years ago

    This was amazing!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. It’s nice to be back in class with you. Good luck with the giveaway!

  22. 2 years ago

    I love reading all the tips and video tutorials. I am a very very beginner in watercolor. I find this site encouraging! Thank you

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. If you ever have any questions about watercolor don’t hesitate to ask. I’m certainly not the expert in watercolor excellence, but I’ve made all the mistakes. I might be able to help you with yours. Good luck with the giveaway!

  23. Terresa Peterson 2 years ago

    Amazing work!! Thanks for taking the time to give us your perspective and wisdom. 😀

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. It’s been my pleasure. Good luck with the giveaway!

  24. sunsetcliffs 2 years ago

    When I started spending a lot of time taking care of beloved elders, I spent most of my time darning socks. I have family living in the Pacific Northwest, so there is an unending supply of socks. But last year I realized I wanted more to show from my time, so I decided to concentrate on art that I would keep and look at.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Taking care of someone is hard, and you definitely need something to help you relax. Good luck with the giveaway!

  25. Laura Hale 2 years ago

    What a great post! I really enjoyed seeing your art and reading about your journey. Your joy for life shows in your paintings. Thank you for sharing your bounty with others, whether it be your art, your story, or extra supplies. That’s what is really nice about this community- the kindness and generosity.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. This is a great community. So many helpful people, and Charlie does a fantastic job of keeping things going. Good luck with the giveaway!

  26. Robin D'Adamo 2 years ago

    Beautiful work. I especially like the stones. You are a natural talent.

  27. julialoha 2 years ago

    Enjoyed the ballerinas and especially the sheep. Bird was nice – the little house was mysterious and right out of a fairy tale. Was looking for some z entangle- you made it interesting. Also curious as to why Residents of Taiwan, South Korea, Portugal, Italy, Austria, China, Russia, Hong Kong, Greece, France, Japan, Spain, and Czech Republic can’t participate. Something about mailing? Curious also about how oil painting could look like drawing – Interesting Blog. All the best to you.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you! That house was one that I photographed in Clovelly, Devon, England. It’s a little place by the sea where cars aren’t allowed. You have to walk in or ride donkeys or go in a horse-drawn cart. The whole village is a bit like a fairy tale. I did have a little Zentangle in the painting with the sheep, but I figured since this was a watercolor site I’d focus more on that. I didn’t realize how many of the people here are also into Zentangle or I might have rethought that. When the World Watercolor Month giveaways were going, the prize contributors had the restriction for those countries. It isn’t just the mailing, but also the laws about giveaways. I decided to go the route of better safe than sorry. I used to oil painting using tiny brushes. I’d paint a whole 18 x 24 painting with a 00 round, using it like it was a pencil. It gave it a distinctive look. People liked it, but always said it looked like a drawing – in essence because I did draw it. Strangely enough, I didn’t stay with oil painting for very long, lol.

  28. Craig Hofman 2 years ago

    I love your work. I seem to get pulled between watercolour and ink drawing and am always chopping and changing. I just thought I was nuts, but maybe not.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Definitely not nuts. I think the best artists are drawn to more than one medium. Good luck with the giveaway!

  29. Ruby Guitard 2 years ago

    Thank you for the opportunity to enter this draw. It would be awesome to try some new paper. Your work is beautiful. Thank you again

  30. Kim PArker 2 years ago

    You’ve had an interesting journey in art so far, I wonder where the future will take you! Thanks for sharing.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I wonder that sometimes myself. But I don’t want to know. It would spoil the surprise, lol! Good luck with the giveaway!

  31. Sharon Bonin-Pratt 2 years ago

    Sandra, I had such fun reading this article and looking at your delightful art. You are so inventive, and I both laughed and “oohed” throughout. Even your alternate names are funny. You try many styles, it’s as if you see the world anew in each artwork. And I think it’s really hilarious that you’ve stolen your own art. You’re proof that the 10,000 hours of practice make the artist. Thank you for the suggestion about Zentangles, something I’m going to do the next time I have to wait. And I’m always waiting.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I do recommend Zentangle. Even if you don’t stay with the ‘traditional’ method (I don’t usually), it’s easy, relaxing and creative and you only need paper and pen or pencil. You can find lots of patterns and information at either or Good luck with the giveaway.

  32. Barbara 2 years ago

    Your work is on a great-create continuum-Thank you for sharing. You seem as eclectic as myself!

  33. Beth M 2 years ago

    Beautiful work. Love how Zentangle altered your art path. Thank you for sharing.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I owe much to Zentangle. It’s a form I’ll always go back to from time to time because it’s just so relaxing and requires so little in terms of tools. Good luck with the giveaway!

  34. Jan Williams 2 years ago

    Thanks for an interesting article Sandra. I too love the sheep but was intrigued with the idea of using coloured gell pens to enhance watercolours. I plan to give that a try. I do use micron pens to add a little something. Would love to try the Stonehenge paper. (I used to live up the road from its name sake.) Which has no relevance to the discussion. My sympathy to all who are struggling with the floods, here on the prairies we are so dry we have mass evacuations from forest fires. Sigh, loving thoughts to you all.

    • Leonie 2 years ago

      You had me with the sheep! Such characters. Thanks for being such a generous, interesting arty soul too. 😊

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you! Those sheep are drawn using a tangle pattern I created called Use. It makes them very easy to draw, so I ‘use’ it a lot. Good luck with the giveaway!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you! Here in Oregon we’re having massive fires as well. The last few days we’ve had ash falling everywhere, and evacuations within 15 miles of us. 30,000+ acres burning. The fire was started by kids who were throwing smoke bombs off a cliff along a nature trail. *sigh* Good luck with the giveaway!

  35. Kati Brooke 2 years ago

    Your artwork is so gorgeous! I especially love the one with the house, and the blue tinged flower. Thank you for running a giveaway, as well!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I took a photo of that house in a seaside village in Clovelly, Devon, England. You can’t drive into the village. You have to park about 15 minutes away and walk or ride donkeys or ride in a horse-drawn cart to get the rest of the way. An enchanted place. Good luck with the giveaway!

  36. Michelle Irizarry 2 years ago

    Gorgeous work especially that first one! Love it!
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  37. Samantha Martin 2 years ago

    You have awesome work love your style

  38. Sharon Nolfi 2 years ago

    I think I used to know you as molossus – I was into tangling for a while. Anyway, your watercolors are lovely, with quite a distinctive style. Count me in on the giveaway. Thanks.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I think I do recognize your name. I was a member of a few Yahoo Zentangle groups and have a lot of friends on Flickr, so I might have known you there. Good luck with the giveaway!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Sharon, Congratulations! You are the winner of the Stonehenge Aqua paper! You have 72 hours to respond with your mailing information – you can send it too me via private message at Doodlewash or at my email LifeImitatesDoodles [at] gmail [dot] com.

  39. everart 2 years ago

    Hi Sandra, love your work, especially the unique atmosphere you create in each piece! Hope you’re doing okay down in Oregon, I know we’re feeling the effects of the wildfires in Seattle (everything is covered in ash!) and you’re very close to some terrible fires. I’m hoping for the rain to come soon so we get back to a mossy northwest, and for the safety of our firefighters and citizen 🙂 Thanks for doing the giveaway!!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Rain, yes! We surely need it. I’m about 15 miles from where the Eagle Creek fire started. About 5 blocks from last places put on alert. Good luck with the giveaway!

      • KA 2 years ago

        Glad to hear you’re outside the alert area. Hopefully it stays that way. On the west side we can see some blue sky for the first time this week. (It’s a gray blue, but I’m not complaining)

        Oh – the paintings are quite nice as well 😛

  40. Clelie 2 years ago

    Loved your guest blog post and was enchanted by your little grey bird…so much detail. Thank you for the chance to win this paper…I am new to watercolor and am amazed how papers can affect the results you want or don’t want! 😀 …then, when all the variables match up…it’s like Magic! (I am such a Novice but am fascinated by this journey of discovery!)

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. The paper definitely makes a difference. I wish it were easier for everyone to get samples of paper. I like playing with them all, but for some finding the paper that matches their style makes life so much easier. Good luck with the giveaway!

  41. Heather Parker 2 years ago

    Must have been a lot of tangling to wreck your wrist!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      It was! I was doing 8 x 10 drawings with .005 pens every day. Trying to do Christmas gifts for everyone. Good luck with the giveaway.

  42. MelodyJ 2 years ago

    I like the nature inspired work.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. While I do change subject matter often, landscapes are what I keep coming back to. Good luck with the giveaway!

  43. Bette 2 years ago

    Love reading your story of coloring!

  44. Marieanne Coursen 2 years ago

    I love that you bounce around with your art. You have such a wide range!

  45. Kimberly 2 years ago

    ALO)(A keep the great posts coming!

  46. nkvorka 2 years ago

    Good morning, I was so excited to see you were here Sandra. I have been following your blog for a few years too. I get so much from it, I love the links emails you send. I have found so many other books, artists and blogs that way. I love your Zentangle work. I have learned from you in that area too. I think most of all I love your watercolor. They inspire me. I did the rocks project when you first put the tutorial out there. It is still one of my favorite pieces of art work that I have ever done. I would love to be entered in the giveaway. Thank you for sharing your haul! Nancy Kvorka

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Did you ever post a photo of the rocks you did? I’d love to see it. Good luck with the giveaway!

      • nkvorka 2 years ago

        Hi Sandra I never did post it. If I do post it, what hash tag so you can check for it? I will get it on Instagram or Facebook if you have a preference. I only post artwork in the online FB groups I belong to. I am on Instagram as @nancykart and FB as my full name above. If I have not already followed you in Instagram I will do so now. Thank you!

      • nkvorka 2 years ago

        Hi Sandra, I posted the rock picture on Instagram yesterday.

  47. Jean Chaney 2 years ago

    What fun to read more about you, Sandra, and see you share some of your beautiful pieces with a larger audience. I also injured myself (trigger finger) by doing too much Zentangle and found myself picking up different coloring mediums that were easier on the hand. Being, even more than you, an “ohh shiny” person who is distracted by each new thing I discover, I can’t decide which is my favorite yet. Maybe I just love them all (except oils, they take too much time to dry for someone with a very short attention span, LOL!).

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. Oils smell icky, too! Maybe there needs to be a warning on Zentangle posts – tangling may be dangerous to your hand health,lol. I love seeing your work on Facebook and Flickr, though I don’t comment nearly as often as I should. Good luck with the giveaway!

  48. Tamra 2 years ago

    I’m a member of “Life Imitates Doodles” as well and as always I read one of your articles and finish, I am amused, more educated and my fingers are already wrapped around some kind of writing or drawing implement, itching to attempt what I’ve taken in! It took me a while to realize that my favourite molossus patterns, the step-by-step fantasy stepouts , the beautiful Sandra Strait’s zentangles and these beautiful watercolour birds I was seeing we’re all done by the same person. My brain hadn’t put it all together until very recently. Thank you for willingly showcasing all your creativity and sharing your windfalls.

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you. I did confuse a lot of people with my many aliases lol. Good luck with the giveaway!

  49. Linda Webster 2 years ago

    I really enjoyed reading about your journey with your art. Thanks so much for sharing!

  50. Dede S 2 years ago

    I love your inspiration. I struggle to awake my creative genie, so artists like you are much appreciated by people like me. Thanks for sharing all you do!

    • Sandra Strait 2 years ago

      Thank you! It’s hard in today’s society to tap into you creative side. Very little emphasis is put on and we lose track of it. I hope yours begins to flow! Good luck with the giveaway.

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