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1942
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1951a
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1951b
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1951c
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1959a
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1960
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1963d
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1963e
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1963f
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1964a
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1964b
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1965a
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1966c
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1967a
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1967b
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1968a
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1969a
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1969b
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1970
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1972a
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1972b
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1975
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1976a
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1976b
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