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Symbolic Rituals for Couples

For making your special day truly memorable

A Symbolic Ritual is a fantastic way to visually demonstrate your union.

These can be interactive for you as a couple, but you might also want to include members of your family or friends – such a great and memorable token to leave your guests feeling how personal you have made your special day for you.

 

You can express your individuality and creativity through rituals. And they have so much significance you can talk about for years to come.

 

Working with For Life’s Journey & Tuirenn Hurstfield, we are happy to help you personalise a traditional ceremony element, or create a brand new one based on what makes you feel special and unique!

 

The descriptions below will help you begin imagining what kind of visual and symbolic gesture might fit into your particular ceremony. We can then help fill in the details of meaning and methods for any of them.

 

Please note: the exchange of rings as a ceremonial ritual is already included in all couples’ ceremonies as a standard.

OUR MAIN SYMBOLIC RITUALS

If you want to include an additional ritual beyond the number offered in your package fee, there will be a £25 charge for each additional ritual desired.

If additional charge is stated, this is to cover cost of materials for making this particular ritual happen. You can choose to purchase your own materials instead but if you do, then please note: we will have no responsibility nor ability to conduct the ritual on the day if the materials you have self-purchased are not present or are not fit for purpose or are non-compliant with regulation or health and safety law.

Warming of the Rings
Ritual

Love Letter
Ritual

A truly simple and beautiful way of actively involving all of your guests on your special day.

Your rings are “warmed” by each of your guests during the ceremony.

As the rings are passed from each person towards the front of the ceremony space, each guest holds the rings momentarily and makes a silent wish for you both before passing them along.

The act literally warms the rings, but also warms them with blessings and positive feelings too!

No Materials Charge

Both of you will write three separate Love Letters in private to each other and keep them secret.

The First letter is the Love Letter to be opened on your First Wedding Anniversary.
The Second letter is the Love Letter to be opened if there is ever a crisis they are facing on their own.
The Third letter is the Love Letter to be opened after your first major argument.

These are filled with heartfelt wishes to remind your partner of your feelings right now on this day, as and when you face these important milestones together. You will give these to your celebrant in advance of the ceremony for them to seal with wax. These will be presented during the ceremony.

No Materials Charge

Warming of the Rings
Ritual

A truly simple and beautiful way of actively involving all of your guests on your special day.

Your rings are “warmed” by each of your guests during the ceremony.

As the rings are passed from each person towards the front of the ceremony space, each guest holds the rings momentarily and makes a silent wish for you both before passing them along.

The act literally warms the rings, but also warms them with blessings and positive feelings too!

No Materials Charge

Love Letter
Ritual

Both of you will write three separate Love Letters in private to each other and keep them secret.

The First letter is the Love Letter to be opened on your First Wedding Anniversary.
The Second letter is the Love Letter to be opened if there is ever a crisis they are facing on their own.
The Third letter is the Love Letter to be opened after your first major argument.

These are filled with heartfelt wishes to remind your partner of your feelings right now on this day, as and when you face these important milestones together. You will give these to your celebrant in advance of the ceremony for them to seal with wax. These will be presented during the ceremony.

No Materials Charge

Wish Knot
Ritual

Rose / Flower Giving
Ceremony

The Wish Knot is a literal weaving together of two families through the twisting and knotting of four ribbons or cords.

A colour is selected for each of the families by the parent-in-law, and the couple each choose a colour that represents themselves as an individual.

Prior to the ceremony, these will be given to the celebrant who will begin the knotting process.

During the ceremony, the couple will complete the act with the final strands being woven together and the lovers’ knot sealing it at the end.

No Materials Charge

A very traditional symbolic act, where typically the mothers-in-law receive their own honour during the ceremony. 

The couple will each take a rose or other significant flower from their partner as a gift of love, and will then dedicate this to their new mother-in-law (or other significant new family member). 

This is a very simple and beautiful representation of inviting each other into each other’s family. 

There are many variations to this ritual, but YOU provide the flowers on the day!

No Materials Charge

Wish Knot
Ritual

The Wish Knot is a literal weaving together of two families through the twisting and knotting of four ribbons or cords.

A colour is selected for each of the families by the parent-in-law, and the couple each choose a colour that represents themselves as an individual.

Prior to the ceremony, these will be given to the celebrant who will begin the knotting process.

During the ceremony, the couple will complete the act with the final strands being woven together and the lovers’ knot sealing it at the end.

No Materials Charge

Rose / Flower Giving
Ceremony

A very traditional symbolic act, where typically the mothers-in-law receive their own honour during the ceremony. 

The couple will each take a rose or other significant flower from their partner as a gift of love, and will then dedicate this to their new mother-in-law (or other significant new family member). 

This is a very simple and beautiful representation of inviting each other into each other’s family. 

There are many variations to this ritual, but YOU provide the flowers on the day!

No Materials Charge

Bitter Sweet
Ceremony

Honey & Lemon
Ritual

A deliciously simple way of uniting a couple together and making promises to support each other in times of good and in times of bad.

The wine (symbolically this should be red, but white will do just fine) represents all of the sweetness of life, the ups and the successes. The dark chocolate represents all of the bitterness of life, the lows/downs and challenges you may face together. 

Together you will each taste the same sweetness and bitterness from the same glass and the same bite, and know that you are there for each other through everything. 

The materials charge for this is for a special box of dark chocolates and bottle of wine for you to enjoy together after the ceremony.

£15+ Materials Charge

This is another take on the Bitter Sweet Ceremony, and has some added humour when the two of you bite your wedges of lemon – a perfect photo opportunity!

The honey here represents all of the sweetness of life, the joys and the delights. The lemon represents all of the bitterness of life, the lower moments and challenges you may face together. 

Together you will each taste the same sweetness and bitterness, and know that you are there for each other through everything. 

The materials charge for this is for a special glass honey pot and dipper, and you will leave with a beautiful organic honey to use in your first breakfasts/meals together as a couple.

£15+ Materials Charge

Bitter Sweet
Ceremony

A deliciously simple way of uniting a couple together and making promises to support each other in times of good and in times of bad.

The wine (symbolically this should be red, but white will do just fine) represents all of the sweetness of life, the ups and the successes. The dark chocolate represents all of the bitterness of life, the lows/downs and challenges you may face together. 

Together you will each taste the same sweetness and bitterness from the same glass and the same bite, and know that you are there for each other through everything. 

The materials charge for this is for a special box of dark chocolates and bottle of wine for you to enjoy together after the ceremony.

£15+ Materials Charge

Honey & Lemon
Ritual

This is another take on the Bitter Sweet Ceremony, and has some added humour when the two of you bite your wedges of lemon – a perfect photo opportunity!

The honey here represents all of the sweetness of life, the joys and the delights. The lemon represents all of the bitterness of life, the lower moments and challenges you may face together. 

Together you will each taste the same sweetness and bitterness, and know that you are there for each other through everything. 

The materials charge for this is for a special glass honey pot and dipper, and you will leave with a beautiful organic honey to use in your first breakfasts/meals together as a couple.

£15+ Materials Charge

Lovers' Cup
Ritual

Handfasting / Hand-Joining
Ceremony

This is a wonderful and very visual act of sharing as a symbol of the life you will share together. The lovers’  cup (or chalice) represents the cup of life. Usually and traditionally, the drink is honey mead. A delicious and heady alcoholic tipple.

In drinking from the same cup, you are solidifying your commitment to share all that the future may bring. All the sweetness life’s cup may hold for you should only be sweeter because you drink it together. And whatever bitterness it may contain should be less bitter because you share it together.

The materials charge for this is for the mead. If you wish to keep the cup afterwards, there will be an additional charge for your own personal cup.

£15+ Materials Charge

This is NOT the full handfasting ceremony, but is an abridged version for the use as a symbolic act during any other couples’ ceremony. 

 
The literal act of binding yourself to one another (or tying the knot) is an ancient Celtic tradition that is now still commonplace even in church weddings.

The active representation of two hands joined together voluntarily is a symbol of equality in the relationship: an act of courage entrusting yourself to the other. 

This version of the handfasting ceremony will be done with three or five colours chosen to represent certain aspects of your life together.

£15+ Materials Charge

Lovers' Cup
Ritual

This is a wonderful and very visual act of sharing as a symbol of the life you will share together. The lovers’  cup (or chalice) represents the cup of life. Usually and traditionally, the drink is honey mead. A delicious and heady alcoholic tipple.

In drinking from the same cup, you are solidifying your commitment to share all that the future may bring. All the sweetness life’s cup may hold for you should only be sweeter because you drink it together. And whatever bitterness it may contain should be less bitter because you share it together.

The materials charge for this is for the mead. If you wish to keep the cup afterwards, there will be an additional charge for your own personal cup.

£15+ Materials Charge

Handfasting / Hand-Joining
Ceremony

This is NOT the full handfasting ceremony, but is an abridged version for the use as a symbolic act during any other couples’ ceremony. 

 
The literal act of binding yourself to one another (or tying the knot) is an ancient Celtic tradition that is now still commonplace even in church weddings.

The active representation of two hands joined together voluntarily is a symbol of equality in the relationship: an act of courage entrusting yourself to the other. 

This version of the handfasting ceremony will be done with three or five colours chosen to represent certain aspects of your life together.

£15+ Materials Charge

Seashell
Ritual

Wish Coins
Ritual

A similar ritual to the ring warming – the seashells are collected by your guests as they enter the ceremony space.

During the ceremony they will be asked to do certain actions with the seashells by the celebrant. But all the way through they are pouring their love and good wishes for you into their unique shell.

The shells will be collected, and placed in a beautiful presentation bowl for you to keep your family/friends’ wishes in your own home thereafter.

£20+ Materials Charge

A contemporary take on the gift giving act of money for the wedded couple. The couple will provide 13 gold coins (or these can be custom made for you if you choose). Each coin represents a month of the first year as a committed pair following their first month together (the Honeymoon). Thirteen months of wishes, prosperity and luck. While the couple are doing passing their coins, each guest can (though not always) make their own wish on a silver coin of their own and place this in a special bag to join the couples’ coins in a beautiful presentation box.

£25+ Materials Charge

Seashell
Ritual

A similar ritual to the ring warming – the seashells are collected by your guests as they enter the ceremony space.

During the ceremony they will be asked to do certain actions with the seashells by the celebrant. But all the way through they are pouring their love and good wishes for you into their unique shell.

The shells will be collected, and placed in a beautiful presentation bowl for you to keep your family/friends’ wishes in your own home thereafter.

£20+ Materials Charge

Wish Coins
Ritual

A contemporary take on the gift giving act of money for the wedded couple. The couple will provide 13 gold coins (or these can be custom made for you if you choose). Each coin represents a month of the first year as a committed pair following their first month together (the Honeymoon). Thirteen months of wishes, prosperity and luck. While the couple are doing passing their coins, each guest can (though not always) make their own wish on a silver coin of their own and place this in a special bag to join the couples’ coins in a beautiful presentation box.

£25+ Materials Charge

Oathing Stone
Ritual

Aqua of Life
Blending Ritual

The Oathing Stone is an old Scottish tradition where the couple place their hands upon a stone while saying their wedding vows.

Called the oathing stone it was thought to be the best way to express your solemn promise in physical form. Taken from the ancient Celtic custom of setting an oath in stone, inclusion of an oathing stone in the vows can be deeply moving.

The source of an oathing stone, the minerals in it, its colour, or other characteristics are less important than what is said over the stone.

Etching or committing your vows in stone is a sacred symbol across cultures.

£35 Materials Charge

The creating of a new colour together from the mixing of two other colours symbolises the new union.
The Unity Water ceremony incorporates two small glasses of different coloured water and a larger glass or carafe into which the smaller glasses are emptied creating a third colour.

You should experiment with the coloured water long before the ceremony, to find a combination that creates a colour you really like. You may even be able to use the colours from your ceremony theme.

If the couple have children, each child may be included and given a smaller glass of the same colour water as the parent to pour into the container.

£35+ Materials Charge

Oathing Stone
Ritual

The Oathing Stone is an old Scottish tradition where the couple place their hands upon a stone while saying their wedding vows.

Called the oathing stone it was thought to be the best way to express your solemn promise in physical form. Taken from the ancient Celtic custom of setting an oath in stone, inclusion of an oathing stone in the vows can be deeply moving.

The source of an oathing stone, the minerals in it, its colour, or other characteristics are less important than what is said over the stone.

Etching or committing your vows in stone is a sacred symbol across cultures.

£35 Materials Charge

Aqua of Life
Blending Ritual

The creating of a new colour together from the mixing of two other colours symbolises the new union.
The Unity Water ceremony incorporates two small glasses of different coloured water and a larger glass or carafe into which the smaller glasses are emptied creating a third colour.

You should experiment with the coloured water long before the ceremony, to find a combination that creates a colour you really like. You may even be able to use the colours from your ceremony theme.

If the couple have children, each child may be included and given a smaller glass of the same colour water as the parent to pour into the container.

£35+ Materials Charge

Unity Candle
Lighting Ritual

Jumping the Broom
Ritual

This is a very romantic and popular ritual act that has so many creative opportunities for you to make it unique and personal to you. Please note: there may be problems if yours is an outdoors ceremony…

You can include your family as well, and the lit candles in a dull room always look beautiful.

The usual method: the couple could light each other’s candles, and together they light the main one (that the rest of the family lights theirs from). The merging flames will show their unity and strengthened love and shared lives.

But there are so many variations to this ritual element. Let’s make it work for you!

£45+ Materials Charge

Jumping the Broom, was a common wedding custom in pre-Christian Britain.
Couples who wished to commit to each other followed a pagan tradition: a broom was placed across a home’s doorway and, like jumping a hurdle, the groom leapt over it, and then the bride followed. If the broom didn’t fall in this act fall the marriage was meant to be.


Today, jumping the broom is still an important wedding tradition for many, whether paying homage to their ancestors, or to show a leap of faith into a new life together, and “sweeping” the past behind to signify a fresh start.

£45+ Materials Charge

Unity Candle
Lighting Ritual

This is a very romantic and popular ritual act that has so many creative opportunities for you to make it unique and personal to you. Please note: there may be problems if yours is an outdoors ceremony…

You can include your family as well, and the lit candles in a dull room always look beautiful.

The usual method: the couple could light each other’s candles, and together they light the main one (that the rest of the family lights theirs from). The merging flames will show their unity and strengthened love and shared lives.

But there are so many variations to this ritual element. Let’s make it work for you!

£45+ Materials Charge

Jumping the Broom
Ritual

Jumping the Broom, was a common wedding custom in pre-Christian Britain.
Couples who wished to commit to each other followed a pagan tradition: a broom was placed across a home’s doorway and, like jumping a hurdle, the groom leapt over it, and then the bride followed. If the broom didn’t fall in this act fall the marriage was meant to be.


Today, jumping the broom is still an important wedding tradition for many, whether paying homage to their ancestors, or to show a leap of faith into a new life together, and “sweeping” the past behind to signify a fresh start.

£45+ Materials Charge

"Secrets of Love"
Ritual

Wishing Tree
Ritual

This is a lovely and highly personal way for your guests to provide you with secrets for living a long and happy, loving life together.

The guests are all given a pen and three coloured pieces of card: one white, one orange, one blue.

During the ceremony the guests will be asked to write a one sentence piece of advice to help you in particular moments of your life together. The colours will correspond with those moments where you will need help and support.

Children can also participate by drawing something for the couple at the same time.

At the end, the guests will place their cards in a treasure box (which they can also bless) for you to keep and reach for their guidance when you might most need it.

This is such a personal and touching symbolic gesture, with real practical meaning later in life.

£50+ Materials Charge

Another truly personal ceremonial act. Your guests write you a message of love and best wishes, or could be asked to write something about the couple themselves, on a leaf or tag which is attached to a symbolic or actual tree.

Their giving of words is a marvellous and different way of collected your guests’ messages in place of the traditional “guest book” if you so chose to. Although many couples want to have both elements.

You can add even more spice to this act too: by asking your guests to bring a small trinket/gift (ideally costing no more than pennies) that is personal between you and them, they attach a ribbon to their leaf and trinket to adorn the tree.

This one is very personal, and can give you some really funny memories with the creative choices of your guests!

£55+ Materials Charge

"Secrets of Love"
Ritual

This is a lovely and highly personal way for your guests to provide you with secrets for living a long and happy, loving life together.

The guests are all given a pen and three coloured pieces of card: one white, one orange, one blue.

During the ceremony the guests will be asked to write a one sentence piece of advice to help you in particular moments of your life together. The colours will correspond with those moments where you will need help and support.

Children can also participate by drawing something for the couple at the same time.

At the end, the guests will place their cards in a treasure box (which they can also bless) for you to keep and reach for their guidance when you might most need it.

This is such a personal and touching symbolic gesture, with real practical meaning later in life.

£50+ Materials Charge

Wishing Tree
Ritual

Another truly personal ceremonial act. Your guests write you a message of love and best wishes, or could be asked to write something about the couple themselves, on a leaf or tag which is attached to a symbolic or actual tree.

Their giving of words is a marvellous and different way of collected your guests’ messages in place of the traditional “guest book” if you so chose to. Although many couples want to have both elements.

You can add even more spice to this act too: by asking your guests to bring a small trinket/gift (ideally costing no more than pennies) that is personal between you and them, they attach a ribbon to their leaf and trinket to adorn the tree.

This one is very personal, and can give you some really funny memories with the creative choices of your guests!

£55+ Materials Charge

Stone Blessing
Ritual

Sand Unity
Ritual

Stone Blessing is a great way to bring not only the unity of the couple into your ceremony but also include all of your guests.

Similar to the seashell ritual above, your guests make a wish for your happiness and bless the stone while warming it throughout the ceremony. You could even have small markers for each guest so they can write their name on the stone. The rocks are collected together, each rock representing a wish and an individual present just for you as a couple on your special day.

Then, the couple can save the tokens in a nice container as a keepsake. Also, some couples combine the elements of other unity ceremonies (such as the “Sand Unity Ritual”) and pour their sand over the collected stones. The many variations of this stone ceremony are only limited by your imagination.

£60+ Materials Charge

Legend has it that the sand ceremony began in Hawaii when couples would marry barefoot on the beach. During the ceremony they would reach down and take a handful of sand from beneath their feet and pour it into a single container symbolising their oneness.

The ritual now usually comprises of different coloured sands representing the couples’ individuality – as representation of all that they were as individuals. The blending of sands during the ritual is representation of all that they are in this moment. The finished ritual provides a lasting visual token of all that the couple will become.

Just as these grains of sand can never be separated and poured again into individual containers, the couple is blessed to remain together, and that any fight or decision to separate can only be fully manifested if each grain of sand is separated once more.

£65+ Materials Charge

Stone Blessing
Ritual

Stone Blessing is a great way to bring not only the unity of the couple into your ceremony but also include all of your guests.

Similar to the seashell ritual above, your guests make a wish for your happiness and bless the stone while warming it throughout the ceremony. You could even have small markers for each guest so they can write their name on the stone. The rocks are collected together, each rock representing a wish and an individual present just for you as a couple on your special day.

Then, the couple can save the tokens in a nice container as a keepsake. Also, some couples combine the elements of other unity ceremonies (such as the “Sand Unity Ritual”) and pour their sand over the collected stones. The many variations of this stone ceremony are only limited by your imagination.

£60+ Materials Charge

Sand Unity
Ritual

Legend has it that the sand ceremony began in Hawaii when couples would marry barefoot on the beach. During the ceremony they would reach down and take a handful of sand from beneath their feet and pour it into a single container symbolising their oneness.

The ritual now usually comprises of different coloured sands representing the couples’ individuality – as representation of all that they were as individuals. The blending of sands during the ritual is representation of all that they are in this moment. The finished ritual provides a lasting visual token of all that the couple will become.

Just as these grains of sand can never be separated and poured again into individual containers, the couple is blessed to remain together, and that any fight or decision to separate can only be fully manifested if each grain of sand is separated once more.

£65+ Materials Charge

Time Capsule
Ceremony

Tree Planting
Ceremony

A ceremonial time capsule is a heartfelt and enduring gift that lasts for generations to come. Imagine being able to open it again (with all of your mementos and heirloom items from your special day, honeymoon, or your first year of marital bliss).

You decide on a year/anniversary when you will find and open the time capsule together!

Items you can include:

  • Lock of hair from each of the couple (before it turns grey, or goes away completely).
  • A local daily and national newspapers from the day of the ceremony
  • Ceremony programme from the ceremony
  • Copy of your ceremony invitation
  • Copies of your vows
  • Copy of your ceremony certificate
  • The cork from your champagne toast
  • Wedding favours
  • Current family tree (from the day of your ceremony)
  • Drawn floor plan of your first home together
  • Popular music or tv show recorded from the day of your ceremony
  • Items from your current jobs (business cards etc)
  • A current postage stamp
  • Messages from guests at your ceremony reception (have them fill out “Message to the Future” letters to the couple predicting their future, like how many kids they will have)
  • A representation of each of the couple given by their parents – could be a childhood toy, or photographs of their youth
  • A message to each other written on the night before the ceremony…

The list is endless. But depending on what you choose to put in there, the time capsule can be sealed and possibly even buried as part of the ceremony, or it is sealed on your return from the honeymoon if you want to include those memories.

£70+ Materials Charge

A Tree Planting Ceremony Keeps The Memory Of Your Love Union Day Alive

If you are having an outdoor ceremony, in a park, even your own garden, there is a way to keep the memory of your special day alive year after year with a Tree Planting Ceremony.

 

Do you want something that will grow as your love grows over the years – building strong roots together, and not a the usual keepsakes from your celebration day that can be forgotten?

Your mothers/parents can contribute soil from their family homes in glass containers – you can have the containers decorated and placed on a table near where you will stand for your ceremony. The soil can also come from other family members which represents a blending of lives.

You can plant the tree directly in the ground, or you could also have a small container with a tree planted inside where you both add the soil.

Another way to have a Tree Planting Ceremony is to for the couple to choose a certain type of tree such as an apple tree or a pomegranate tree (did you know that the Pomegranate Tree has ancient roots as a universal symbol of life and love?) that they’ll put in their first garden together.

 

The joy of the tree planting, while a little more intricate than many of the other ceremony rituals mentioned above, is that it becomes a real and lasting legacy of your special day. It can be given special meaning too by combining other rituals to it (the “Aqua of Life” ceremony, the “wish tree” ceremony etc)

 

£75+ Materials Charge

 

Time Capsule
Ceremony

A ceremonial time capsule is a heartfelt and enduring gift that lasts for generations to come. Imagine being able to open it again (with all of your mementos and heirloom items from your special day, honeymoon, or your first year of marital bliss).

You decide on a year/anniversary when you will find and open the time capsule together!

Items you can include:

  • Lock of hair from each of the couple (before it turns grey, or goes away completely).
  • A local daily and national newspapers from the day of the ceremony
  • Ceremony programme from the ceremony
  • Copy of your ceremony invitation
  • Copies of your vows
  • Copy of your ceremony certificate
  • The cork from your champagne toast
  • Wedding favours
  • Current family tree (from the day of your ceremony)
  • Drawn floor plan of your first home together
  • Popular music or tv show recorded from the day of your ceremony
  • Items from your current jobs (business cards etc)
  • A current postage stamp
  • Messages from guests at your ceremony reception (have them fill out “Message to the Future” letters to the couple predicting their future, like how many kids they will have)
  • A representation of each of the couple given by their parents – could be a childhood toy, or photographs of their youth
  • A message to each other written on the night before the ceremony…

The list is endless. But depending on what you choose to put in there, the time capsule can be sealed and possibly even buried as part of the ceremony, or it is sealed on your return from the honeymoon if you want to include those memories.

£70+ Materials Charge

Tree Planting
Ceremony

A Tree Planting Ceremony Keeps The Memory Of Your Love Union Day Alive

If you are having an outdoor ceremony, in a park, even your own garden, there is a way to keep the memory of your special day alive year after year with a Tree Planting Ceremony.

 

Do you want something that will grow as your love grows over the years – building strong roots together, and not a the usual keepsakes from your celebration day that can be forgotten?

Your mothers/parents can contribute soil from their family homes in glass containers – you can have the containers decorated and placed on a table near where you will stand for your ceremony. The soil can also come from other family members which represents a blending of lives.

You can plant the tree directly in the ground, or you could also have a small container with a tree planted inside where you both add the soil.

Another way to have a Tree Planting Ceremony is to for the couple to choose a certain type of tree such as an apple tree or a pomegranate tree (did you know that the Pomegranate Tree has ancient roots as a universal symbol of life and love?) that they’ll put in their first garden together.

 

The joy of the tree planting, while a little more intricate than many of the other ceremony rituals mentioned above, is that it becomes a real and lasting legacy of your special day. It can be given special meaning too by combining other rituals to it (the “Aqua of Life” ceremony, the “wish tree” ceremony etc)

 

£75+ Materials Charge

 

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