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c. 800,000 years ago

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c. 35,000 years ago

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c. 31,000 years ago

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c. 29,000 years ago

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c. 25,000 years ago

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c. 18,000 years ago

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c. 16,000 years ago

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c. 15,000 years ago

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c. 6500 BCE

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c. 4000 BCE

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c. 3500 BCE

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c. 3250 BCE

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c. 3000 BCE

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c. 2500 BCE

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c. 2200 BCE

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c. 2000 BCE

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c. from 1750 BCE

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c. 1600 BCE

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c. 1525 BCE

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c. 1500 BCE

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c. 1425 BCE

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c. 1400 BCE

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c. 1300 BCE

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c. 1200 BCE

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c. 1150 BCE

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c. 1100 BCE

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c. 900 BCE

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c. 850 BCE

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776 BCE

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753 BCE

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c. 750 BCE

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c. 704 BCE

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c. 700 BCE

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688 BCE

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c. 667 BCE

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c. 650 BCE

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c. 630 BCE

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c. 625 BCE

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c. 600 BCE

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594 BCE

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585 BCE

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c. 560 BCE

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c. 550 BCE

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c. 545 BCE

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534 BCE

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c. 530 BCE

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c. 529 BCE

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510 BCE

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508 BCE

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c. 500 BCE

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499 BCE

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c. 495 BCE

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493 BCE
490 BCE

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487 BCE

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484 BCE
483 BCE

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481 BCE

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c. 480 BCE

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479 BCE

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478 BCE

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477 BCE

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472 BCE

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468 BCE

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c. 465 BCE

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464 BCE

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463 BCE

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462 BCE

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461 BCE

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c. 460 BCE

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457 BCE

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454 BCE

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c. 450 BCE

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448 BCE

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447 BCE

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c. 446 BCE

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443-429 BCE

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c. 440 BCE

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423 BCE
433 BCE

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431 BCE

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c. 430 BCE

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429 BCE

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427 BCE

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c. 425 BCE
c. 420 BCE

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416 BCE

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414 BCE
c. 410 BCE

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409 BCE

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405 BCE

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404 BCE

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401 BCE

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c. 400 BCE

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399 BCE

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396 BCE

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390 BCE

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387 BCE

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c. 380 BCE

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371 BCE

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367 BCE

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356 BCE

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c. 350 BCE

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348 BCE

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343 BCE

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c. 340 BCE

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338 BCE

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337 BCE

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335 BCE

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c. 330 BCE

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312 BCE

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c. 310 BCE

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c. 300 BCE

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299 BCE

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292 BCE

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281 BCE

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c. 270 BCE

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264 BCE

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260 BCE

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c. 250 BCE

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241 BCE

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c. 240 BCE

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228 BCE

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227 BCE

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c. 225 BCE

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221 BCE

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c. 220 BCE

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218 BCE

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217 BCE

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216 BCE

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201 BCE

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196 BCE

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188 BCE

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c. 185 BCE

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c. 160 BCE

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149 BCE

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146 BCE

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c. 140 BCE

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139 BCE

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133 BCE

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c. 130 BCE

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129 BCE

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121 BCE

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102 BCE

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101 BCE

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c. 100 BCE

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90 BCE

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88 BCE

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86 BCE

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82 BCE

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81 BCE

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78 BCE

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75 BCE

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73 BCE

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67 BCE

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63 BCE

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62 BCE

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61 BCE

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60 BCE

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59 BCE

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58 BCE

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55 BCE

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54 BCE

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53 BCE

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52 BCE

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c. 50 BCE

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49 BCE

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48 BCE

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47 BCE

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46 BCE

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45 BCE

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44 BCE

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43 BCE

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42 BCE

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37 BCE

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c. 34 BCE

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31 BCE

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29 BCE

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27 BCE

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23 BCE

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c. 20 BCE

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19 BCE

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c. 10 BCE
4

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14

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19

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c. 20

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37

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c. 40

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41

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43

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47

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c. 48

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54

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c. 60

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64

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66
69

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77

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81

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83

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98

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c. 105

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106

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117

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c. 120

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122

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c. 125

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134

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138

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c. 142

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c. 150

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161

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c. 170

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177

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c. 244

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c. 250

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274

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284

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c. 300

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306

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312

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313

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314

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c. 315

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c. 320

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325

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330

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c. 350

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c. 360

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361

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c. 370

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378

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379

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c. 380

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390

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393

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c. 400

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406

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407

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410

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413

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418

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431

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445

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c. 450

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451

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452

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455

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c. 460

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476

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c. 481

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487

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493

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c. 500

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518

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525

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526

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527

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529

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c. 530

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532

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534

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535

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537

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547

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c. 550

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552

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563

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568

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569

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c. 580

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c. 584

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589

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591

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592

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597

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c. 600

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c. 610

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c. 620

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c. 625

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c. 650

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664

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674

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695

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711

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714

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718

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724

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c. 725

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726

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731

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732

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747

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756

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768

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771

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774

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778

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793

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796

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811

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813

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814

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827

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828

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882

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886

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909

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911

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920

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930

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962

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963

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965

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975

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976

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987

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991

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1001

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1014

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1017

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1040

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1042

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1054

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1057

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1066

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1075

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1077

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1078

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1082

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1084

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1085

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1087

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1091

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1093

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1094

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c. 1102

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c. 1115

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c. 1130

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1132

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c. 1136
1139

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1144

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1147

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1154
1157

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c. 1160

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1162
1164
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c. 1170

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1171

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1174
1175

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1176

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1179

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c. 1180

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1182
1188

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1189
1190
1192
1197

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1199

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c. 1200

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1202

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1204

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c. 1205

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1208

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1210

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1212

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1215

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1216

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c. 1220

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1222

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1223

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1225
1232

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1233

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1237

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1238

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c. 1240

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1241

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1243

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1244

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1248

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c. 1250

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1252

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1253

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1255

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1256

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1258
1259

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c. 1260

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1262

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1263

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1264
1265
c. 1266

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1267
1268

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1270

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1271

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1272
c. 1274

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1281

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1282
1283
1289
1290

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1295

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1296
1297

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1298

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1299

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c. 1300

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1301

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1302

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1306

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1307

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1308

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1309

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1310

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1314
1316

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c. 1320

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1323

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1326

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1327

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1328

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1329
1333

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1337
c. 1340

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1341

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1345

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1346

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c. 1349

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1354
1356
1360
1364

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c. 1367

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1369

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c. 1375

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c. 1376

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1377

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1378

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1379

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1380

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1381
1384

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1385

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1386

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c. 1387

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1389

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1390

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1391

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1392
1393
1395

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c. 1397

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1398
1399



1400

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1404
1406

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1407
1408
1409

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1410

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1411

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