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Everyone’s favorite flying car shifts into another dimension as the intrepid Tooting family zooms back and forth through time. When the Tootings return to Zobrowski Terrace at the end of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again, they find that "home" is looking a lot like Jurassic Park. But this is no theme park — a very real and very hungry T. rex is charging them! Thanks to Da Everyone’s favorite flying car shifts into another dimension as the intrepid Tooting family zooms back and forth through time. When the Tootings return to Zobrowski Terrace at the end of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again, they find that "home" is looking a lot like Jurassic Park. But this is no theme park — a very real and very hungry T. rex is charging them! Thanks to Dad’s inadvertent yanking of Chitty’s "Chronojuster" lever, the spirited car has ushered them back to prehistoric times, where the family (and especially Baby Harry) make a narrow escape. But Chitty has a mind of her own, and the Tootings will get an unexpected tour of exciting times and places from Prohibition-era New York (where Chitty wants to compete in the famous Prix d’Esmerelda’s Birthday Cake race) to the lost city of El Dorado and back again, with misadventures and surprise stowaways along the way. Get ready for a hilarious high-flying adventure, with celebrated author Frank Cottrell Boyce behind the wheel.


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Everyone’s favorite flying car shifts into another dimension as the intrepid Tooting family zooms back and forth through time. When the Tootings return to Zobrowski Terrace at the end of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again, they find that "home" is looking a lot like Jurassic Park. But this is no theme park — a very real and very hungry T. rex is charging them! Thanks to Da Everyone’s favorite flying car shifts into another dimension as the intrepid Tooting family zooms back and forth through time. When the Tootings return to Zobrowski Terrace at the end of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Flies Again, they find that "home" is looking a lot like Jurassic Park. But this is no theme park — a very real and very hungry T. rex is charging them! Thanks to Dad’s inadvertent yanking of Chitty’s "Chronojuster" lever, the spirited car has ushered them back to prehistoric times, where the family (and especially Baby Harry) make a narrow escape. But Chitty has a mind of her own, and the Tootings will get an unexpected tour of exciting times and places from Prohibition-era New York (where Chitty wants to compete in the famous Prix d’Esmerelda’s Birthday Cake race) to the lost city of El Dorado and back again, with misadventures and surprise stowaways along the way. Get ready for a hilarious high-flying adventure, with celebrated author Frank Cottrell Boyce behind the wheel.

30 review for Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and the Race Against Time

  1. 5 out of 5

    Matt

    As I continue to explore the adventures of this most exciting vehicle, I have come to see why young readers the world over would be drawn to this series. Frank Cottrell Boyce offers up a cute and informative piece that will surely last the test of time. Picking up where the previous story ended, the Tootings find themselves in an epoch of which they are not familiar, with a Tyrannosaurus Rex breathing down their necks. Apparently, the 'chronojuster' has the capacity to toss Chitty Chitty Bang Ba As I continue to explore the adventures of this most exciting vehicle, I have come to see why young readers the world over would be drawn to this series. Frank Cottrell Boyce offers up a cute and informative piece that will surely last the test of time. Picking up where the previous story ended, the Tootings find themselves in an epoch of which they are not familiar, with a Tyrannosaurus Rex breathing down their necks. Apparently, the 'chronojuster' has the capacity to toss Chitty Chitty Bang Bang through time, an added layer of excitement for the Tootings. When Mr. Tooting is able to manoeuvre the family away from the meat-eaters and into a more current period, they find themselves in the heart of the early 1920s New York City, where Chitty's famed creator, Count Zborowski, greets them warmly and challenges them to race in his newly perfected Chitty Chitty Bang Bang II. After some finagling and fine-tuning of the original Chitty, the Tootings take along a young racing enthusiast in hopes that the chronojuster will help propel them to more adventures. Their ultimate goal, to find the Pott family, original owners of Chitty, so that they might erase any remnant of Chitty's creation. Why get rid of such a handy vehicle, you might ask? Super villains Tiny Jack and Nanny are still on the hunt for Chitty, hoping to add her to their collection to undertake dastardly plans. The Tootings bounce around time, in search of the Potts Family and trying to dodge all that time travel can toss their way. After a makeover in the Amazon, Chitty is ready to face anything that might be placed before her, taking the Tootings along for the ride of their lives. However, Nanny's spun a web and cannot help but hope to snag Chitty before all is said and done. A wonderful continuation of this series that enthrals young and mature readers alike. Starting this series as a buddy read, I was so pleased with it presentation that I chose to continue reading all the newer adventures left for young readers. Cottrell Boyce continues to dazzle readers with the adventures of a newer family while keeping the memories of Ian Fleming's original theme in the forefront of the narrative. A time-travel theme allows for a new round of delightful characters, all of whom add to the fast-paced narrative. Cottrell Boyce presents an interest story, working on a new angle to keep readers curious and free from being able to predict what is to come. While geared to the young reader, the story plays out in such a way that it is not overly cheesy and a more mature (read: adult) reader can equally enjoy the journey through time. I am eager to see what comes next in the Chitty series and will keep these books in mind for when my son is a little older. Kudos, Mr. Cottrell Boyce for keeping the series fun as well as informative for the reader. While you have taken oven from Ian Fleming, I am confident that his estate is well-pleased with what you've been able to do. Like/hate the review? An ever-growing collection of others appears at: http://pecheyponderings.wordpress.com/

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

    This is the third book in the classic children's series, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, originally created by Ian Fleming and continued by Frank Cottrell Boyce. The time traveling car, along with the Tootings family, explore myriad periods in history and try to get back home safely while trying to avoid Jack and his nanny. The plot is very exciting and dramatic and I loved listening to my favorite Doctor narrate the story on audiobook. interesting quotes (page numbers from edition with ISBN13): ''...she This is the third book in the classic children's series, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, originally created by Ian Fleming and continued by Frank Cottrell Boyce. The time traveling car, along with the Tootings family, explore myriad periods in history and try to get back home safely while trying to avoid Jack and his nanny. The plot is very exciting and dramatic and I loved listening to my favorite Doctor narrate the story on audiobook. interesting quotes (page numbers from edition with ISBN13): ''...she had just seen the worst thing she had seen all day. Worse than rampaging dinosaurs threatening her baby brother; worse than the New York City police department shooting at her; worse than plunging into the Hudson River: she saw her parents dancing. Why? Why? Why were they dancing? They didn't have a clue!" (p.) ''" (p.) ''" (p.) ''" (p.)

  3. 4 out of 5

    Eileen

    Okay, the more I move forward into the series, the more I'm enjoying this trilogy read by David Tennant. As a story, it's not the deepest and it's not in the realm of possibility, but honestly, I don't care. It's just a lot of fun to listen to. I can't wait to listen to the last installment so I can find out what happens to the Tootings! The bonus with the audiobooks is that there is a little interview with David Tennant at the end of the each episode and that's fun too! Okay, the more I move forward into the series, the more I'm enjoying this trilogy read by David Tennant. As a story, it's not the deepest and it's not in the realm of possibility, but honestly, I don't care. It's just a lot of fun to listen to. I can't wait to listen to the last installment so I can find out what happens to the Tootings! The bonus with the audiobooks is that there is a little interview with David Tennant at the end of the each episode and that's fun too!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Christina

    The author does a great job continuing a fun story. I liked this second book even better than the first as it's not trying as hard to establish the characters and is more involved in the adventure. I feel like, rather than a second book in the series, it's just a continued flow from the first book. There is no change in voice or flow, almost as if he just kept writing. The author does a great job continuing a fun story. I liked this second book even better than the first as it's not trying as hard to establish the characters and is more involved in the adventure. I feel like, rather than a second book in the series, it's just a continued flow from the first book. There is no change in voice or flow, almost as if he just kept writing.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jenna

    Such a delightful series! This one picks up where the previous book left off. Chitty is now traveling thru time. What adventures in a charming car! But to be honest, I do think a lot of my enjoyment of this comes b/c I’m doing it on audio. The words come more alive thru the narrator & the background sounds. I look forward to listening to the next one in the series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kasthuri BV

    Haven't read any other chitty chitty bang bang books apart from this.. did see the movie a couple of weeks ago and thought this might interest me.. unfortunately, all it felt was like reading from somewhere in the middle and finishing in the middle of nowhere! Maybe not a good idea to start with a random chitty chitty bang bang book! Definitely, not a complete book on its own.. Haven't read any other chitty chitty bang bang books apart from this.. did see the movie a couple of weeks ago and thought this might interest me.. unfortunately, all it felt was like reading from somewhere in the middle and finishing in the middle of nowhere! Maybe not a good idea to start with a random chitty chitty bang bang book! Definitely, not a complete book on its own..

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This is destined to be a family classic we'll revisit every year. I love all the characters, my kids love the car, and the places they go are so funny. The dinosaurs! The fudge-based economy! Quotable and fantastic. This is destined to be a family classic we'll revisit every year. I love all the characters, my kids love the car, and the places they go are so funny. The dinosaurs! The fudge-based economy! Quotable and fantastic.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ludmila Marton

    4.5 stars. Frank's imagination and storytelling at his best. 4.5 stars. Frank's imagination and storytelling at his best.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Shayne

    As did the last one, managed to elicit a snicker out of me most times I picked it up. Not masterful always, but fun.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chris Potgieter

    It was a great book! I loved that the car could time travel...

  11. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is written by a different author and set with a modern day family. The charm and fun British feel remained the same.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Havilah

    My kids love this series. Its one of their favorite series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Adventure and fun. There are lots of disconnected points in the plot...we will se how the last of the series ties these up.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Linnea

    Convoluted but fun, quirky and thrilling. I docked it a star because the series just seems to go on and on

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    A good second Chitty sequel, elevated to "magical" by David Tennant's reading. A good second Chitty sequel, elevated to "magical" by David Tennant's reading.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Zuza Santa

    Fantastic!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nicola

    Miss 6 is enjoying listening to David Tennant narrate this. There are some old fashioned gendered comments in the book, like 'women change their mind all the time' but she's quite fond of the car and it's sound effects. Miss 6 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes. We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new & favourite authors. Miss 6 is enjoying listening to David Tennant narrate this. There are some old fashioned gendered comments in the book, like 'women change their mind all the time' but she's quite fond of the car and it's sound effects. Miss 6 and I like to explore different books and authors at the library, sometimes around particular topics or themes. We try to get different ones out every week or so; it's fun for both of us to have the variety and to look at a mix of new & favourite authors.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Sam Woodfield

    Often, when an author carries on that of another, although there are differences between the 2, these are subtle and the two stories could be written by the same person at different times in their careers. However, unfortunately that isn't the case in this instance, and Cotterll Boyce doesn't even come close to the skill of Fleming. As I have only recently read the original book, I found it hard not to compare these novels and this really affected by enjoyment. This novel follows Chitty Chitty Ba Often, when an author carries on that of another, although there are differences between the 2, these are subtle and the two stories could be written by the same person at different times in their careers. However, unfortunately that isn't the case in this instance, and Cotterll Boyce doesn't even come close to the skill of Fleming. As I have only recently read the original book, I found it hard not to compare these novels and this really affected by enjoyment. This novel follows Chitty Chitty Bang Bang with her new owners, the Tootings, who have discovered Chittys ability to travel through time. But in true Chitty style, only she determines where the family go, and she takes them on a journey through her past, in the hope of preserving both her and the families future. On the way, the group overcome various hazards - dinosaurs, Amazonian natives, and an old friend gone bad. Coterell Boyce has done well to emulate Chitty's adventure and rogue nature, with him driving the family and not them driving her. It did take a while for me to get into this book, with it clearly following on from his previous offering, as I found the characters lacked interest, and the style of writing wasn't as engaging as that of Fleming which draws you in straight away. However, as the novel went on, I did get more into the story, and found some of the little twists and turns interesting - the character of 'Little Jack' was especially interesting by the time I got to then end of the novel. The pictures which run alongside the story were lovely and really added to the enjoyment of the story. However, overall I didn't really find this that exciting for a few reasons - 1) it didn't compare in skill or style with that of Fleming, & 2)it is very clearly nestled in amongst 2 other novels which means it's very difficult to enjoy this novel on its own. I'm not a fan of books which don't stand alone, and this certainly doesn't. Maybe once Cotterell Boyce has published his next offering, and this can be read in conjunction with that before and after it, the enjoyment will be greater, but I don't think it really works on its own.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ms. Yingling

    Instead of heading home from their last adventure, the Tooting family ends up going back to the Jurassic period, where they almost get eaten by a T. Rex! Barely escaping, they end up in 1920s New York city, where Chitty has taken them so she can reconnect with her first owner, the clueless Count Zborowski who is supposed to compete in the Prix d'Esmerelda's Birthday Cake. The Tootings try to save him from a suspicious woman, Bella Sposa, who wants to marry him and ruin his chances of winning, bu Instead of heading home from their last adventure, the Tooting family ends up going back to the Jurassic period, where they almost get eaten by a T. Rex! Barely escaping, they end up in 1920s New York city, where Chitty has taken them so she can reconnect with her first owner, the clueless Count Zborowski who is supposed to compete in the Prix d'Esmerelda's Birthday Cake. The Tootings try to save him from a suspicious woman, Bella Sposa, who wants to marry him and ruin his chances of winning, but they are hurtled back into the 16th century Amazon where they find a city of gold. Nanny and Tiny Jack, the evil villains from the first adventure, make their appearances here, having set up housekeeping in the Tooting's home while the family is being buffetted about in time. Can the Tootings find the Pott family and get Chitty repaired so they can save the universe? Not in this volume, although a sequel Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Over the Moon comes out in September of 2013 and finds the family stuck in 1966, trying to locate the Pott family. Strengths: Slightly goofy, pleasant time travel book that goes to some interesting time periods and captures them well. I like the nods not only to the book but to the movie. The illustrations are quite nice and add a lot. I like the multicultural aspect of the family, which is evident but not discussed. I'm curious to see what will happen when they find the Potts! Weaknesses: Finally deaccessioned the Ian Fleming original because I could NOT get anyone to check it out. Perhaps this would be more successful in an elementary library.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Jett

    I really had to ponder how to rate this one. I think I'm settling on a 3.3. It's a fun, very light read. I found this book to be a lot of fun, and enjoyable. The characters are likable, with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang being just as cheeky as I remembered. The time travel plot isn't overly complicated, to the extent that I didn't even have to take notes as I read. (Have I mentioned that time travel in books often makes my eyes cross? Because it does.) The illustrations are darling. I still feel a bi I really had to ponder how to rate this one. I think I'm settling on a 3.3. It's a fun, very light read. I found this book to be a lot of fun, and enjoyable. The characters are likable, with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang being just as cheeky as I remembered. The time travel plot isn't overly complicated, to the extent that I didn't even have to take notes as I read. (Have I mentioned that time travel in books often makes my eyes cross? Because it does.) The illustrations are darling. I still feel a bit of that British charm. There are constant twists and turns, which I feel will especially keep younger readers interested in reading the book. That said, it feels disjointed from the previous (original) Chitty Chitty Bang Bang books. When the book started I had to try to figure out who this family was, if I should know them, and why they weren't being introduced to me. A small educational plotline with seems forced into the time travel idea. Efforts to modernize the book are a little awkward at times - I physically cringed at "Chitty Chitty Bling Bling." No. Just no. Ian Fleming would not approve. However, if I had kids or young children near me, I'd definitely read the book to them. I think perhaps young children would enjoy it much more, without giving the points I made earlier any consideration. There's obviously going to be a next book in this series...and I'm fairly certain I'll be reading that one as well.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mehdi Ali Syed

    By Mehdi Ali Syed This book was very intriguing, I enjoyed it very much. I wanted  to read more and more as I flipped through the pages. I just couldn't stop reading it , I wanted to know what Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is going to bring up.   First, Chitty time traveled to the time of dinosaurs with the Tooting family.   Then  that they went to 1966 and met Count Zbworski ( famous racer and the last owner of Chitty Chitty bang bang ) and Red, a child that lived on the streets of 1966 New York.    Aft By Mehdi Ali Syed This book was very intriguing, I enjoyed it very much. I wanted  to read more and more as I flipped through the pages. I just couldn't stop reading it , I wanted to know what Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is going to bring up.   First, Chitty time traveled to the time of dinosaurs with the Tooting family.   Then  that they went to 1966 and met Count Zbworski ( famous racer and the last owner of Chitty Chitty bang bang ) and Red, a child that lived on the streets of 1966 New York.    After that they went to El Darado the city of gold. They lost Chitty there, once they  found her they went back to 1966 and find out that he was going to die. They said goodbye and went back home to find that it was Christmas but it wasn't , it was Tiny Jack's plan. Who was their arch enemy.They found out that Tiny Jack was Red, he thought he had been abandoned and wanted his revenge . He then stole Chitty and put the tooting family in the time of the football finals , when England won the cup. Over there, Tiny Jack left them and they couldn't escape.. It's exciting and I would like to read the whole series .

  22. 5 out of 5

    Betsy

    Reviewed first on RedeemedReader This second installment is one madcap race to be sure. Chitty has a mind of her own and takes the Tooting family to prehistoric times, to the Roaring Twenties in America (and Chitty’s original owner, Count Zborowski), to El Dorado, to the present, and finally, to the famous 1966 World Cup game in London. Jem uses Chitty’s logbook to piece together different adventures in Chitty’s past (and helps his sister Lucy narrowly avert a tragic accident). By the end of the Reviewed first on RedeemedReader This second installment is one madcap race to be sure. Chitty has a mind of her own and takes the Tooting family to prehistoric times, to the Roaring Twenties in America (and Chitty’s original owner, Count Zborowski), to El Dorado, to the present, and finally, to the famous 1966 World Cup game in London. Jem uses Chitty’s logbook to piece together different adventures in Chitty’s past (and helps his sister Lucy narrowly avert a tragic accident). By the end of the book, the nefarious Tiny Jack and Nanny have Chitty in their grips, and the Tooting family has just spied the Potts family. Personally, I think this book would make a very fun animated film. Definitely the tie that binds the trilogy together, this is the most action-packed of the three and leaves you hanging at the end!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kalilah

    I really enjoyed this book! It was hilariously entertaining. The time-travelling elements were a surprise because usually it's all about fixing tragic events that happened in the past for the betterment of the future, or sometimes just for the protagonist's peace of mind. But in this story it's quite the opposite. I liked that. Alot. Because I've always had an issue with blasé time-travel changes to history/future. It just doesn't make sense to me. Don't get me wrong, the story doesn't delve int I really enjoyed this book! It was hilariously entertaining. The time-travelling elements were a surprise because usually it's all about fixing tragic events that happened in the past for the betterment of the future, or sometimes just for the protagonist's peace of mind. But in this story it's quite the opposite. I liked that. Alot. Because I've always had an issue with blasé time-travel changes to history/future. It just doesn't make sense to me. Don't get me wrong, the story doesn't delve into time-travel that deeply. But what it did tackle, was pretty unique in my opinion. The book ends on a cliffhanger and I certainly want to know what happens next.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Cute addition to the Chitty books by Boyce (and if you didn't know it already I'm a big fan of Boyce--if you haven't yet read Millions-go do it!), but not as strong as the first title. In this episode Chitty can travel through time and the Tootings encounter people from Chitty's and their own immediate past (hint, hint, the villains are staring you in the face!) Summary: Chitty rescues the Tooting family from a hungry T. Rex and takes the family on a tour of early New York among other places. Cute addition to the Chitty books by Boyce (and if you didn't know it already I'm a big fan of Boyce--if you haven't yet read Millions-go do it!), but not as strong as the first title. In this episode Chitty can travel through time and the Tootings encounter people from Chitty's and their own immediate past (hint, hint, the villains are staring you in the face!) Summary: Chitty rescues the Tooting family from a hungry T. Rex and takes the family on a tour of early New York among other places.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    It took me two months to read this book even though it was very short. One madcap adventure follows another so quickly that there isn't a chance to care about the characters or even understand their motivations. The stories (set in different time periods) are all mind-numbingly similar with the youngest doing something stupid that works out, the son and dad fixing the car, the daughter being smart, and chitty bang bang (the car) saving the day at the very last minutes. Give me a mindless Saturda It took me two months to read this book even though it was very short. One madcap adventure follows another so quickly that there isn't a chance to care about the characters or even understand their motivations. The stories (set in different time periods) are all mind-numbingly similar with the youngest doing something stupid that works out, the son and dad fixing the car, the daughter being smart, and chitty bang bang (the car) saving the day at the very last minutes. Give me a mindless Saturday morning cartoon any day!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Sally

    Like FCB's first Chitty book, completely mad...but just go with it! However, be warned that it ends with the story in 'mid-air' so you will NEED the next volume asap. I love the light touch of this fantastic series. Also the illustrations - which appear to show a blended family but I'm not sure, as this isn't mentioned in the text. I'm trying not to get too hung up on this but just wondering if some of Lucy's issues are to do with possibly losing her mother??? But I love her intelligence. This boo Like FCB's first Chitty book, completely mad...but just go with it! However, be warned that it ends with the story in 'mid-air' so you will NEED the next volume asap. I love the light touch of this fantastic series. Also the illustrations - which appear to show a blended family but I'm not sure, as this isn't mentioned in the text. I'm trying not to get too hung up on this but just wondering if some of Lucy's issues are to do with possibly losing her mother??? But I love her intelligence. This book brings out more of the back story of the villains introduced in the previous volume.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Emily

    This book was SO MUCH FUN. I love the sequels. I wasn't a big fan of the original, but probably because I loved the movie so much. Now I think I should go back and read it again. This one was especially good because Chitty can travel through time. I KNOW! So good. This book PROVES that Chitty can do ANYTHING. In the next book, they're searching for the Potts family. I cannot wait for it to come out. This book was SO MUCH FUN. I love the sequels. I wasn't a big fan of the original, but probably because I loved the movie so much. Now I think I should go back and read it again. This one was especially good because Chitty can travel through time. I KNOW! So good. This book PROVES that Chitty can do ANYTHING. In the next book, they're searching for the Potts family. I cannot wait for it to come out.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Martha

    This sequel to Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is non stop action. However, I found the amount of background knowledge necessary to really understand the story of the Tooting family who time travel through history in their flying car through Prohibition, El Dorado, Crown Jewels, etc., will be lacking for most young readers, leaving them confused and unable to understand the humor, unless they have learned about these historical subjects and places.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Delightful read-aloud for kids and adults full of quirky humor and great illustrations. Fabulous substitute (in this reader's mind) for the dismal Magic Tree House books (albeit not as simply written), but good for the teacher/parent trying to inspire kids to read with an early chapter book. And hello-DINOSAURS... Delightful read-aloud for kids and adults full of quirky humor and great illustrations. Fabulous substitute (in this reader's mind) for the dismal Magic Tree House books (albeit not as simply written), but good for the teacher/parent trying to inspire kids to read with an early chapter book. And hello-DINOSAURS...

  30. 5 out of 5

    Luann

    This was mostly just silly, and not always in a good way. I was going to stop reading about half way through, but then it seemed to get a bit better. But only just a bit. Sorry to say, but I don't think I'll be reading the next one. There are just too many other books to read that I know I'll enjoy more. This was mostly just silly, and not always in a good way. I was going to stop reading about half way through, but then it seemed to get a bit better. But only just a bit. Sorry to say, but I don't think I'll be reading the next one. There are just too many other books to read that I know I'll enjoy more.

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