Category: Silver / Gold

Atlantic Gold Announces Exploration Update and Resource Extension Drill Results

VANCOUVER, Dec. 5, 2018 - Atlantic Gold Corporation (TSX-V: AGB) ("Atlantic" or the "Company") is pleased to provide an update of initial results of resource delineation drilling programs at the Touquoy, Fifteen Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill Gold Deposits and progress of exploration of the Phase 4 Corridor Regional Program.

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

TOUQUOY

GOLD DEPOSIT

FIFTEEN MILE STREAM

GOLD DEPOSIT

COCHRANE HILL

GOLD DEPOSIT

16m @ 1.65g/t Au from 33m

15m @ 1.50g/t Au from 101m

1m @ 30.2g/t Au from 173m

9m @ 1.64g/t Au from 27m

9m @ 2.91g/t Au from 220m

21m @ 1.65g/t Au from 247m

5m @ 5.19g/t Au from 41m

22m @ 0.95g/t Au from 159m

4m @ 10.38g/t Au from 159m

15m @ 1.57g/t Au from 43m

26m @ 1.41g/t Au from 154m

8m @ 2.39g/t Au from 204m

6m @ 6.25g/t Au from 43m

28m @ 1.06g/t Au from 174m

6m @ 7.96g/t Au from 138m

Resource Extension, Touquoy Gold Deposit

Diamond drilling at the Touquoy Gold Deposit was undertaken during October and November, mainly focused on two areas to the south of the current pit outside the current resource model where information is sparse due to a previous lack of access for drilling. To the southwest of the pit, there was a large area of historic tailings, which have since been encapsulated in engineered cells within the existing tailings management facility, making this area available for drilling.

To the southeast of the pit, removal of a drumlin (a mound of glacial till) in a clay pit has provided access to an area previously not drilled.

In both these areas the target was the argillite geological package on the south-dipping limb of the anticlinal fold that hosts the ore zone at Touquoy, with the aim of extending known mineralization. Results to date are in line with expectations, showing continuity of grade in disseminated mineralization within the argillites, with isolated high grades in centimeter-wide veins within the surrounding greywackes. Significant drill results are included in Table 1. Further assays are pending.

Several additional infill holes have been drilled to the north of the current pit, targeting argillites in the north limb of the Touquoy anticline, with the objective of increasing data density for resource estimation. Assays are still pending from these holes.

Results from this program will be incorporated into an update of the Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves, planned for Q1 2019, and a follow-up drill program will be initiated if warranted.

Table 1
Significant Drill Results
(Gold Assay (g/t Au) * Sample Length (m) ≥3.0g/t Au * m)
RESOURCE EXTENSION, TOUQUOY GOLD DEPOSIT
December 3, 2018

Hole ID

Easting

Northing

Dip

Az.

Depth

(m)

Significant Intervals

(≥0.5g/t Au up to 3m internal dilution)

From

 (m)

To

(m)

Width

(m)

Grade

(g/t Au)

MR-18-001

21651

9993

-55

324

122

3

15

12

1.20

39

42

3

1.82

87

95

8

1.12

MR-18-002

21652

9965

-60

324

140

24

25

1

14.85

36

44

8

0.93

83

87

4

1.47

MR-18-003

21646

9940

-60

324

140

104

109

5

1.93

MR-18-005

21676

9926

-45

324

142

2.45

7

4.55

0.87

65

69

4

2.82

85

89

4

3.31

97

107

10

1.87

MR-18-006

21676

9926

-60

324

140

2.36

10

7.64

2.30

MR-18-007

21679

9993

-60

324

110

33

49

16

1.65

MR-18-008

21723

9921

-45

324

130

24

27

3

1.34

76

77

1

3.28

103

112

9

1.11

MR-18-009

21723

9921

-60

324

122

23

26

3

1.84

MR-18-010

21750

9925

-45

324

121

75

77

2

1.61

106

114

8

0.53

MR-18-011

21750

9925

-60

324

110

64

65

1

6.40

MR-18-012

21779

9952

-55

324

122

43

44

1

3.70

94

99

5

0.81

MR-18-013

21800

10002

-55

324

101

4

6

2

2.74

15

22

7

1.56

27

36

9

1.64

41

46

5

5.19

MR-18-014

21800

9975

-55

324

101

35

36

1

5.90

43

58

15

1.57

MR-18-015

21874

10009

-55

324

101

82

85

3

1.15

MR-18-017

21974

9998

-60

324

152

11

13

2

2.15

22

23

1

4.58

43

49

6

6.25

44

45

1

35.70

98

105

7

4.30

MR-18-020

21569

9977

-55

324

161

60

61

1

16.35

MR-18-021

21576

9942

-55

324

140

116

117

1

17.95

MR-18-022

21575

9915

-55

324

140

20

22

2

3.78

MR-18-024

22100

10028

-45

324

80

16

19

3

8.90

18

19

1

25.60

24

29

5

1.01

52

58

6

2.68

MR-18-026

22100

10083

-45

324

82

8

9

1

3.69

29

32

3

1.66

68

69

1

3.72

MR-18-027

22125

10052

-45

324

82

42

43

1

5.53

70

73

3

1.83

78

79

1

3.32

MR-18-028

22125

10083

-45

324

82

6

11

5

1.21

15

18

3

1.18

MR-18-032

22175

10062

-45

324

82

29

34

5

1.00

MR-18-035

21550

10050

-55

144

140

6

14

8

1.62

20

32

12

1.14

Notes: 
·         All assay results are Fire Assays of 50g charge from 1kg pulverized sub-sample split from ~2mm crushed parent of sawn half 1m NQ core 
·         ! Mineralization to the end of hole. 
·         Table includes all assay results which are deemed significant, with [Sample Length (m) * Gold Assay (g/t Au) ≥ 3.0g/t Au*m] 
·         True width of the mineralization varies according to the dip of the host stratigraphy and declination of the relevant drill hole. For intersections quoted above, true width averages approximately 80% of the down-hole width 

 


 

The accompanying drill plan can be viewed here: https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/793853/Atlantic_Gold_Corporation_Atlantic_Gold_Announces_Exploration_Up.pdf  

Resource Extension, Fifteen Mile Stream & Cochrane Hill Gold Deposits

The Phase 3 Resource Expansion Drill Programs at Fifteen Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill Gold Deposits completed between September 2017 and February 2018 successfully identified additional gold mineralization immediately peripheral to previously defined mineral resources at both locations. Compilation and analysis of the results of these programs determined that in the Egerton-MacLean Zone at Fifteen Mile Stream and at Cochrane Hill there remained potential to extend the known mineralization. Thus the current extension drill program, which comprises approximately 11,000 - 13,000 metres of diamond drilling at Fifteen Mile Stream and 14,000 – 16,000m of drilling at Cochrane Hill, is designed to achieve that goal. 

Egerton-MacLean Zone, Fifteen Mile Stream Gold Deposit

The Fifteen Mile Stream Gold Deposit is located approximately 57km northeast of the central processing facility at the Moose River Consolidated Gold Mine and is readily accessible by highway. Fifteen Mile Stream's current Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources stand at 10.59 million tonnes at 1.33 g/t Au for 452,000 oz at a 0.35g/t Au cut-off grade. Inferred Mineral Resources amount to 6.64 million tonnes at 1.12 g/t Au for 240,000 oz at a 0.35g/t Au cut-off grade (see Company announcement dated January 29, 2018)1.

The Phase 3 Resource Expansion diamond drilling program at Fifteen Mile Stream was completed at the end of February with a total of 221 holes and 24,325m drilled. Results of this program were announced in earlier news releases (see Company announcement dated March 15, 2018).

At Fifteen Mile Stream, mineralization comprises disseminated gold within argillites and greywackes of the Moose River Formation, as well as coarse gold within bedding-parallel quartz veins. Gold mineralization is concentrated in three zones:  Egerton-MacLean, Hudson, and Plenty (see location plan). The Hudson and Egerton-MacLean Zones lie within the hinge and northern limb of the Fifteen Mile Stream Anticline. Secondary folding and fault repetition have led to a larger zone of mineralization in the Egerton-MacLean Zone than in the Hudson Zone. The Plenty Zone is a tabular body within the overturned southern limb of the Fifteen Mile Stream Anticline.

The anticline that hosts the Egerton-MacLean Zone plunges gently to the east, with the northern limb dipping moderately at 70° to the north, and the southern limb overturned and dipping steeply northwards. All drill holes are drilled to the south.

Phase 3 drilling reported earlier this year indicated that mineralization was open both down dip to the north and down plunge to the east. Recent drilling has further defined disseminated mineralization  in the eastern Egerton-MacLean Zone in the core of the anticline (e.g. 1.41g/t over 26 m in FMS-18-391 on section 13600E) and on the northern limb of the anticline in the central and western Egerton-MacLean Zone (e.g, 0.70g/t Au over 9 m in FMS-18-400 on section 13400E). High-grade, vein-hosted gold continues to be intercepted in deeper strata along the anticline hinge zone (e.g., 19.71 g/t Au over 3m in FMS-18-392 on section 13425E).

Drilling is nearing completion. Significant drill results received to date are included in Table 2.

Table 2
Significant Drill Results
(Gold Assay (g/t Au) * Sample Length (m) ≥3.0g/t Au * m)
RESOURCE EXTENSION, FIFTEEN MILE STREAM GOLD DEPOSIT
December 3, 2018

Hole ID

Easting

Northing

Dip

Az.

Depth

(m)

Significant Intervals

(≥0.5g/t Au up to 3m internal dilution)

From

 (m)

To

(m)

Width

(m)

Grade

(g/t Au)

FMS-18-371

13700

10200

-60

180

122

88

100

12

0.56

FMS-18-372

13700

10200

-70

180

140

101

116

15

1.50

FMS-18-373

13700

10207

-78

180

155

117

125

8

0.85

130

131

1

3.29

FMS-18-374

13700

10180

-60

180

110

77

85

8

1.72

FMS-18-375

13700

10160

-60

180

101

51

52

1

3.34

58

71

13

0.54

FMS-18-377

13675

10220

-70

180

152

106

107

1

3.13

112

126

14

1.00

FMS-18-378

13675

10220

-90

180

191

144

155

11

1.05

161

162

1

3.27

FMS-18-379

13650

10220

-90

180

191

149

162

13

1.12

183

186

3

1.44

FMS-18-380

13650

10220

-80

180

164

124

129

5

0.77

FMS-18-381

13475

10280

-60

180

242

150

161

11

0.61

189

197

8

1.13

FMS-18-382

13475

10295

-70

180

255

170

184

14

0.98

220

229

9

2.91

FMS-18-383

13500

10300

-58

180

210

159

181

22

0.95

193

198

5

0.92

FMS-18-384

13650

10220

-70

180

150

112

116

4

0.84

126

137

11

1.19

FMS-18-385

13500

10300

-50

180

170

158

159

1

6.85

165

170

5

0.96!

FMS-18-386

13500

10320

-65

180

251

182

193

11

0.76

FMS-18-387

13522

10342

-68

180

260

164

165

1

5.87

169

170

1

13.20

FMS-18-388

13522

10342

-62

180

260

158

161

3

1.24

195

200

5

0.60

210

218

8

1.01

244

245

1

7.15

FMS-18-389

13600

10220

-90

180

221

173

198

25

0.92

FMS-18-390

13450

10280

-65

180

242

162

170

8

0.61

192

193

1

108.50

205

212

7

9.16

209

210

1

21.40

211

212

1

25.50

FMS-18-391

13600

10220

-80

180

194

125

130

5

0.68

154

180

26

1.41

184

190

6

2.28

FMS-18-392

13425

10272

-58

180

221

128

137

9

0.65

141

147

6

0.72

179

182

3

19.71

181

182

1

57.50

FMS-18-393

13600

10220

-70

180

134

95

102

7

0.61

FMS-18-394

13625

10220

-90

180

221

146

152

6

0.57

174

202

28

1.06

215

217

2

1.72

FMS-18-395

13425

10272

-68

180

221

76

77

1

35.50

127

128

1

3.54

148

157

9

0.61

FMS-18-396

13625

10220

-80

180

221

113

123

10

0.77

139

140

1

3.76

FMS-18-397

13375

10225

-55

180

221

86

105

19

0.63

FMS-18-400

13400

10270

-71

180

200

147

156

9

0.70

176

177

1

27.60

184

185

1

4.43

FMS-18-401

13350

10210

-60

180

200

87

92

5

0.61

FMS-18-402

13325

10210

-65

180

140

132

133

1

3.37

FMS-18-405

13700

10140

-60

180

86

47

53

6

0.72

FMS-18-406

13700

10207

-88

180

161

133

153

20

0.94

FMS-18-407

13300

9980

-45

180

62

23

29

6

0.52

Notes:

·         All assay results are Fire Assays of 50g charge from 1kg pulverized sub-sample split from ~2mm crushed parent of sawn half 1m NQ core
·         ! Mineralization to the end of hole.
·         Table includes all assay results which are deemed significant, with [Sample Length (m) * Gold Assay (g/t Au) ≥ 3.0g/t Au*m]
·         True width of the mineralization varies according to the dip of the host stratigraphy and declination of the relevant drill hole. For intersections quoted above, true width averages approximately 70-100% of the down-hole width.

 

The accompanying drill plan and cross sections can be viewed here: https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/793854/Atlantic_Gold_Corporation_Atlantic_Gold_Announces_Exploration_Up.pdf  

1The Mineral Resource estimate for the Fifteen Mile Stream Gold Deposits is quoted at a cut-off grade of 0.35g/t. It has an effective date of July 20, 2017 and was prepared as part of a technical report in accordance with NI 43-101 by Mr. Neil Schofield, a principal of FSSI (Australia) Pty Ltd, released on March 15, 2018 on SEDAR.

Cochrane Hill Gold Deposit

The Cochrane Hill Gold Deposit is located approximately 80km northeast of the central processing facility at the Moose River Consolidated Gold Mine and is readily accessible by highway. Cochrane Hill's current Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources stand at 10.66 million tonnes at 1.16 g/t Au for 398,000 oz. at 0.35g/t cut-off grade. Inferred Mineral Resources amount to 1.63 million tonnes at 1.32 g/t Au for 69,000 oz. at 0.35g/t cut-off grade (see Company announcement January 29, 2018)2.

The Phase 3 Resource Expansion drilling program at Cochrane Hill was completed in January 2018, with 44 holes for 6,900m having been drilled. The Cochrane Hill deposit is a fairly predictable and continuous tabular body dipping about 70o to the north with an average true width of approximately 20-25m. Drill holes were drilled on 25m x 20m centres to test for resource extensions of this body eastwards and at depth to the northeast. Results of this program were announced in earlier news releases (See Company announcements dated March 15, 2018 and April 4, 2018).

Particularly notable from the results received from the Phase 3 drill program is a robust zone of mineralization over at least a 300m strike length (at approximately 3050E to 3350E) below the previous pit design and about 180m vertically below surface. Mineralized intervals within this zone have a combined down-hole width per drill hole averaging 30m (true width of about 22m) and a weighted average grade of 2.75g/t Au. This zone is also open at depth and to the east and has the potential to add high value ounces to further expand the current in-pit resource.

The current drilling program, designed to test this target, is on-going with a limited number of assay results being returned to date; however, mineralization typical of Cochrane Hill has been observed in most drill holes.

Significant drill results received to date are included in Table 3.

Table 3
Significant Drill Results
(Gold Assay (g/t Au) * Sample Length (m) ≥3.0g/t Au * m)
RESOURCE EXTENSION, COCHRANE HILL GOLD DEPOSIT
December 3, 2018

Hole ID

Easting

Northing

Dip

Az.

Depth

(m)

Significant Intervals

(≥0.5g/t Au up to 3m internal dilution)

From

(m)

To

(m)

Width

(m)

Grade

(g/t Au)

CH-18-269

2975

3200

-65

180

230

173

174

1

30.2

211

216

5

1.08

220

226

6

0.58

CH-18-270

2975

3220

-63

180

272

226

228

2

4.6

247

268

21

1.65

CH-18-271

3000

3160

-70

180

221

159

163

4

10.38

159

160

1

36.5

172

180

8

0.71

204

212

8

2.39

CH-18-277

3025

3128

-66.5

180

170

138

144

6

7.96

141

142

1

44.50

Notes:

·         All assay results are Fire Assays of 50g charge from 1kg pulverized sub-sample split from ~2mm crushed parent of sawn half 1m NQ core

·         ! Mineralization to the end of hole.

·         Table includes all assay results which are deemed significant, with [Sample Length (m) * Gold Assay (g/t Au) ≥ 3.0g/t Au*m]

·         True width of the mineralization varies according to the dip of the host stratigraphy and declination of the relevant drill hole. For intersections quoted above, true width averages approximately 80-85% of the down-hole width.

 

The accompanying drill plan and cross sections can be viewed here: https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/793855/Atlantic_Gold_Corporation_Atlantic_Gold_Announces_Exploration_Up.pdf

The Mineral Resource estimate for the Cochrane Hill Gold Deposit is quoted at a cut-off grade of 0.35g/t. It has an effective date of July 20, 2017 and was prepared as part of a technical report in accordance with NI 43-101 by Mr. Neil Schofield, a principal of FSSI (Australia) Pty Ltd, released on March 15, 2018 on SEDAR.

Update: Corridor Regional Program

Atlantic's mineral properties within the Moose River Corridor, totalling approximately 171km2, are underlain by units of the Meguma Supergroup which are the preferred host to the style of mineralization being mined by the Company at the Touquoy Gold Deposit. These units also host the Beaver Dam, Fifteen Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill gold deposits, which are currently incorporated in the Phase 2 Life of Mine Expansion Pre-Feasibility Study announced in a news release dated January 29, 2018.

The "Phase 4 Corridor Regional Program" was initiated in 2018 to evaluate the under-explored and geologically prospective 45km trend which extends northeast from its Touquoy Gold Deposit at the company's Moose River Consolidated Gold Mine ("MRC"), to the Beaver Dam Gold Deposit and through to the Fifteen Mile Stream gold deposits in the northeast. This trend is underlain by the Moose River Formation, a geological unit composed of a sequence of folded argillites and greywacke which host the gold mineralization at the Touquoy, Beaver Dam and Fifteen Mile Stream deposits. The Phase 4 Corridor Regional Program will comprise a total of up to 100,000 metres of diamond drilling distributed throughout the Touquoy-Beaver Dam-Fifteen Mile Stream Corridor.

149 Deposit

Prioritized as part of the Corridor Regional Program based on favourable interpreted geological and geophysical information and historical anomalous drill hole results, the 149 Deposit was discovered by traverses of widely-spaced diamond drilling. Encouraging initial results were followed-up and shallow mineralization was intersected over a strike length of 350m. (See News Release dated June 28, 2018).

Additional infill drilling completed identified two zones of gold mineralization: a shallow, generally higher grade "axial" zone in the core of a tight anticlinal fold and a thicker, but lower grade, "limb" zone on the over-turned limb of the anticline. The zone of mineralization was extended to over 475m in strike and is still open to the east. (See News Release dated September 19, 2018).

Deeper drilling required to extend the higher grade "axial" zone and additional shallow drilling required to follow the "limb" zone closer to surface has commenced. No assay results have been received to date; however, visual mineralization (carbonate alteration, pyrrhotite banding, quartz veining and specs of visible gold) consistent with previously reported significant mineralization has been intersected in targeted zones. Drilling will be completed before year-end and results will be incorporated in a mineral resource estimate in early 2019.

Aeromagnetic interpretation also indicates potential for similar geological settings to occur further to the east and additional reconnaissance-spaced drilling has commenced to test these zones.

Elsewhere, drilling continues within the Corridor Regional Program. Although no significant assay results have been returned from drilling completed to date, several geochemically anomalous trends associated with defined anticlinal fold structures have been delineated which will require further follow-up drilling in 2019.

The systematic drilling of the entire 50+km strike length of the Corridor will continue in 2019.

Technical Disclosure

All assays reported are 50g charge fire assays of 1kg pulverized sub-sample split from -2mm crushed parent of sawn half 1m NQ core, with 1-in-10 duplicate assays of the same pulp. Certified standards prepared by a third-party laboratory and blind blanks are routinely inserted. Sample preparation and assaying is conducted at the Sudbury and Vancouver laboratories of ALS Canada Ltd, an entity having no other relationship with the Company. ALS employ a standard routine of duplicate and check assays and reference standards. Standards, blind blanks and duplicate assay results are within an acceptable range of tolerance. Core recovery is estimated for each metre and averages 96%.

Douglas A Currie, P. Geo., General Manager-Exploration and Dr Sally Goodman, P. Geo., Chief Geoscientist, both Qualified Persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101"), have reviewed and approved the contents of this news release.

Further updates will be provided in due course and as new information comes to hand.

On behalf of the Board of Directors,

Steven Dean
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

About Atlantic:

Atlantic is a well-financed, growth-oriented gold development group with a long term strategy to build a mid-tier gold production company focused on manageable, executable projects in mining-friendly jurisdictions.

Atlantic is focused on growing gold production in Nova Scotia beginning with its MRC phase one open pit gold mine which declared commercial production in March 2018, and its phase two Life of Mine Expansion which will ramp up gold production to + 200,000 ounces per year at industry lowest decile cash and all-in-sustaining-costs (as stated in the Company's news releases dated January 19, 2018 and January 29, 2018).

Atlantic is committed to the highest standards of environmental and social responsibility and continually invests in people and technology to manage risks, maximize outcomes and returns to all stakeholders.

Forward-Looking Statements:

This release contains certain "forward looking statements" and certain "forward-looking information" as defined under applicable Canadian and U.S. securities laws. Forward-looking statements and information can generally be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as "may", "will", "expect", "intend", "estimate", "anticipate", "believe", "continue", "plans" or similar terminology. Forward-looking statements and information are not historical facts, are made as of the date of this press release, and include, but are not limited to, statements regarding discussions of future plans, guidance, projections, objectives, estimates and forecasts and statements as to management's expectations with respect to, among other things, the activities contemplated in this news release and the timing and receipt of requisite regulatory, and shareholder approvals in respect thereof. Forward looking information, including future oriented financial information (such as guidance) provide investors an improved ability to evaluate the underlying performance of the Company.  Forward-looking statements in this news release include, without limitation, statements related to proposed exploration and development programs, grade and tonnage of material and resource estimates. These forward looking statements involve numerous risks and uncertainties and actual results may vary. Important factors that may cause actual results to vary include without limitation, the timing and receipt of certain approvals, changes in commodity and power prices, changes in interest and currency exchange rates, risks inherent in exploration estimates and results, timing and success, inaccurate geological and metallurgical assumptions (including with respect to the size, grade and recoverability of mineral reserves and resources), changes in development or mining plans due to changes in logistical, technical or other factors, unanticipated operational difficulties (including failure of plant, equipment or processes to operate in accordance with specifications, cost escalation, unavailability of materials, equipment and third party contractors, delays in the receipt of government approvals, industrial disturbances or other job action, and unanticipated events related to health, safety and environmental matters), political risk, social unrest, and changes in general economic conditions or conditions in the financial markets. In making the forward-looking statements in this press release, the Company has applied several material assumptions, including without limitation, the assumptions that: (1) market fundamentals will result in sustained gold demand and prices; (2) the receipt of any necessary approvals and consents in connection with the development of any properties; (3) the availability of financing on suitable terms for the development, construction and continued operation of any mineral properties; and (4) sustained commodity prices such that any properties put into operation remain economically viable. Information concerning mineral reserve and mineral resource estimates also may be considered forward-looking statements, as such information constitutes a prediction of what mineralization might be found to be present if and when a project is actually developed. Certain of the risks and assumptions are described in more detail in the Company's audited financial statements and MD&A for the year ended December 31, 2017 and for the quarter ended September 30, 2018 on the Company's SEDAR profile at www.sedar.com. The actual results or performance by the Company could differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, any forward-looking statements relating to those matters. Accordingly, no assurances can be given that any of the events anticipated by the forward-looking statements will transpire or occur, or if any of them do so, what impact they will have on the results of operations or financial condition of the Company. Except as required by law, the Company is under no obligation, and expressly disclaim any obligation, to update, alter or otherwise revise any forward-looking statement, whether written or oral, that may be made from time to time, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as may be required under applicable securities laws.

 

 

SOURCE Atlantic Gold Corporation

 

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