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  • Customs
    • Irish Customs: Birth and Babies
      Such as: "Animals or humans born on May Day were said to be assured of good luck." Presented by: From Ireland.

    • Labor and Birth Resources
      Collected by Robin Elise Weis.


    • African Wedding Guide
      Information on the planning of an African-inspired or traditional wedding.

    • Death, burial and the Viking gods - Viking Heritage

    • Guide to the Jewish Wedding
      A Jewish bridal source with information on the specific personal and traditional needs of brides within the diverse spectrum of the Jewish Community. Don't forget to break a glass....

    • Historical Wedding Traditions - Kendricks Designer Images

    • Medieval and Renaissance Wedding Page
      Information and links on wedding traditions, food and menus, costuming, handfasting and neopaganism and music. Editor: Kirsti S. Thomas.

    • Wedding Traditions
      Information from the book "A Natural History of Love," by Diane Ackerman. Editor: Melanie Ganson


    • Death and Dying (SocioSite)
      Resources on death & dying, stillbirth & neonatal death, grief & remembrance, suicide & euthanasia.

    • All Things Dark and Gruesome
      Because we must all face it in the End, nobody can deny a fascination with death. These pages don't look at the beautiful and romantic side of death — it's on death as a brutal reality. It illuminates the truth of your own mortality. Presented by: The Asylum Eclectica.

    • Ashlima, D. L.
      Aging and Death in Foklore
      For most pre-industrial cultures, life's last chapter has been a bitter one. Surviving folklore reflects widespread resignation as to the inevitability of impoverishment, sexual impotence, failing health and vitality, and the loss of family and community status. No one expected the impossible. Such euphemisms as "golden years" and "senior citizens" did not exist. It has not always been so.

    • Association for Gravestone Studies (AGS)
      The mission of the AGS is to foster appreciation of the cultural significance of gravestones and burial grounds through their study and preservation. It is an international organization with an historical and artistic interest in gravemarkers of all periods.

    • Bibliography of Death and Burial Customs
      Compiled by M.D. Bathrick and C.M. Niquette.

    • Benschop, Albert (Univ. of Amsterdam, Netherlands)
      Death in Cyberspace (Dutch version: Dood in Cyberspace)
      A sociological analysis of death cultures and customs in cyberspace: online death memorials and remembrance sites.

    • Bardo of Death Studies, The
      Wants to assist in the development of discouses, discussion, and archival materials related to personal experiences in death and dying. Theprimary behicle for eliciting response is an in-depth guestbook "Questionnaire on Death and Dying" written by Jerral Sapienza. The purpose of the questionnaire is to allow you to think about and ask yourself some of the difficult questions about life and death. Posted responses to the questionnaire provide a rich archive of people's feelings, impressions and observations about death. They also offer a free service called "Net Memorials", allowing you to process some of your grief by sharing with the world some aspect of your loved one. And last but not least they provide an informal reader-contribution series of "Book Reviews" for books on death and dying.

    • Bielksi, Zosia [2912]
      A social media update from beyond the grave
      In: The Globe and Mail, Jan. 13 2012

    • Budge, E. A. Wallis [1895]
      The Book of the Dead - The Papyrus of Ani
      Information about the ancient Egyptians' view of death and the afterlife.

    • Cemetery Culture: City of the Silent
      An extensive cemetery site presents information about cemetery symbols, epitaphs, history, burials, tombstone rubbing, and other aspects of mortuary culture. The site is dealing with the cultural appreciation of death and burial customs. It includes a listing of related terminology and a glossary of symbolic actions such as offerings to the dead, particular days that commemorate death, and Gods associated with dying. Additional information is provided by literary references to death. The site includes a PostMortem Search Engine with paths to other grave sites. The grave sites are rated with stones (one stone sites are almost hopeless, in four stone sites you can almost smell the spring blossems and feel the sunshine.

    • DearDeath Central An exploration of the faces of death across art, societies and rituals, science and medicine.

    • Death in Ancient Egypt
      A project investigating the funerary customs and beliefs of the ancient Egyptians, covering the provision for life in the 'next world' and the significance of shabtis. Presented by Alexandra A. O'Brien of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

    • Death / Tod
      A general listing of death resources from Germany. It contains special sections on mummies, danse macabre, cemeteries (differentiated in continents).

    • Geser, Hans [1998] (University of Zürich, Switzerland)
      "Virtually Yours Forever"
      Death memorials and Remembrance Sites in the WWW

      Geser analysis death memorials as significant objects of societal and macrocultural studies. He suggests that the impact of the internet on death may be more significant than on most other aspects of human existence, like birth, marriage and divorce. The actual web memorials and remembrance sites he sees as embryonic manifestations of a new "post-modern" discourse about human death, because it may overcome the tendency of "modern" societies to marginalize the topic from everyday life by constraining it into institutional (mostly religious) enclaves still dominated by ossified premodern ritualizations.

    • Kübler-Ross, Elisabeth
      • On Death and Dying
        In this interview Bubler-Ross describes her experience as a young woman visiting a concentration camp just after the liberation in 1945, addresses the highly controversial idea that there is an aspect of Hitler in all of us, and raises troubling questions on the nature and roots of human evil. She also shares her thoughts on the fear, denial and uncertainty which characterize much of modern Western humanity's approach to death.
      • On life after death
        Excerpt of her book with the same name.

    • Kearl, Michael (Trinity University, USA)
      Sociology of Death and Dying
      A starting point for sociological research on death and dying. Contains a page of images across cultures and times where you can see that 'death' is a socially constructed idea.

    • Leimer, Chris Tina [1996]
      Funeral and Memorial Practices in a New Era
      Funeral customs are inherently conservative, traditional. There are several factors that contribute to keeping funeral customs from changing much: our beliefs about the afterlife and the relationship between the living and the dead, the desire to respect, honor and remember the deceased, the mystery and fear surrounding the unknown, and the disruption and grief that occurs when somebody dies. But in these days funeral rites do change rather fast in some societies and Leimer suggests that this is a reflection of dramatic material, behavioral, and/or ideological changes in the broader society. To explain this phenomena she identifies five trends that are typical of all of our new rites: personalization of funeral rites and memorials, participation, informalization, secularization and inclusiveness.

    • Levins, Hoag [2002]
      A Lively Look at the History of Death - Exploring the Architecture and Rituals of Nieneteenth-Century Mourning
      This article from the Camden County Historical Society describes death customs in the 19th century throughout the world. Details superstitions such as covering mirrors, stopping clocks on the hour of death, and the invention of coffin alarms. A coffin alarm was a bell attached to the headstone with a chain that led down into the coffin to a ring that went around the finger of the deceased. So, if you were to wake up and find yourself accidentally buried, you could pull on the chain and ring the bell in the cemetery yard.

    • Shopkorn, Jana
      “Til Death Do Us Part”: Mariage and Funeral Rites in Classical Athens
      In the ancient Mediterranean world there was hardly room for choice: not only was marriage destiny, but so was death. The identity of the Classical Greek world is established through the traditional sacrifices and rituals that were practiced in these times of bliss and mourning. The sacred wedding and the dramatic funeral compliment each other in character and content, for the ceremonies are both interwoven with ritual meaning and overlapping rites.

    • The Tibetan Book of the Dead
      Information about Tibetan beliefs and practices about death. It includes sutras, tantras, art of dying and transitions to the other world. Presented by the Special Collections Department of the University of Verginia Library.


    • Holidays on the Net
      A source for holiday celebrations on the WWW. From mother's and father's day to Ramadan and Christmas.

    • New Year's Day
      People in different parts of the world use different calanders. That's why not all countries celebrate New Year at the same time, nor in the same way. The site contains information the history of New Year and on the New Year's custums in different parts of the world. Editor: Jausten/Cynthia.


    • World Food Habits Bibliography
      An excellent bibliography on eating attitudes, fasting (religious and secular), body fat, and body image (definitions of overweight, ideas abous obesity). Editor: Robert Dirks (Illinois State University, USA).


    • Angel of Fashion
      A collection of groundbreaking fashion sites for praise and links to many others.

    • Apparal News
      A comprehensive source for for fashion and apparel information.

    • Beauty Matters
      An exploration into the human creation of objects of beauty and the nature of beauty itself with original articles and teaching resources on aesthetics, visual arts, fashion, the culture of beauty and more.

    • CNN - Style

    • Culture of Beauty, The
      Stimulating information to understand and appreciate beauty in the natural world, in Western culturte, and in other cultures both past and present. Well organized in sections such as 'aspects of beauty', 'mythic beauty', 'disordered beauty', 'ancient beauty', and 'beauty and the senses'.

    • Designer City
      London fashion and lifestyle monthly with input from Cosmo and Esquire.

    • Det Nye
      A fashion site from Norway and for Norwegians. Articles are written in Norwegian.

    • Elle Magazine

    • Fashion and Beauty - Yahoo!

    • Fashion-Era
      Illustrated pages of fashion history, costume history, clothing, fashions and social history.

    • Fashion Net
      Information on fashion sites, online magazines, designer sites, and fashion news.

    • Fashionmall
      Encompasses every conceivable consumer wish-list of men's and womenswear wants from a fashion magazine. Actual information on the latest shows.

    • Fashion on the Net
      An alphabethical list of several hundred fashion sites.

    • Fashion, from the concete to the catwalk
      An UK webzine with news, articles and background information. Produced by Wide Media Ltd. Editor: Marian Buckley.

    • Fashionscene
      A Dutch online magazine with reports and exclusive photo's of fashion shows and collections.

    • Fashionweb

    • Fashion WorldsA site about fashion designers and influences past, present, famous and up-coming, with original articles and regular news updates.

    • FeMiNa: Fashion
      A fashiong listing from a feminist perspective.

    • First View
      A catalogue of the latest collections. Almost complete collections of leading European and American designers.

    • Look On-line, The
      An insiders' look at the world of American fashion, with articles, profiles, schedules, runway photos and more.

    • Lucire
      A fashion magazine which brings a global perspective to fashion, beauty, lifestyle and travel. Editor: Simone Knol.

    • Lumière
      A real fashion webzine from the USA. Also contains news from the European fashion scene. Advanced design.

    • Men's Flair
      A men's fashion magazine, constantly updated with latest trends reviews, grooming tips, fashion advice, clothes shopping guide, and more.

    • N-Touch
      A fashion & style magazine, produced by the journalists and stylists of the future: students on the B.A. Fashion Promotion course at the London College of Fashion.

    • Pitti Imagine
      Peephole at the Italian fashion industry.

    • Textilia
      The biggest Dutch fashion magazine for professionals. Provides a weekly selection of articles and an archive.

    • Yves Saint Laurent
      The first designer to present his haute couture collection (Fall/Winter 96/97) on the internet. On the 10th of July, as Claudia Schieffer and her supermodel mates walked down the catwalk, the whole thing was broadcast live over the Internet in an inch square box. You can watch replays of the catwalk show or see the whole collection as a sequence of slides.

    • Women Links: Fashion Directory
      The latest news from the fashion world.


    • Art of Kissing - William Cane

    • Core Rules of Netiquette, The
      Excerted from the book Netiquette by Virginia Shea. It's summarized in 10 rules, not difficult to memorize. From "Remember the Human" to "Be forgiving of other people's mistakes".

    • Netiquette Homepage
      Learn the core rules of netiquette by reading this concise overview of network etiquette excerpted from the book Netiquette by Virginia Shea. Shea's "Core Rules"are the classic introduction to the subject and are widely cited in cyberspace. After reading these rules you can read the complete online edition of her book.

    • Morris, Hugh [1936, reprinted 1988, degitized 1985]
      The Art of Kissing
      Differerent kinds of kisses, why people kiss and why kissing is pleasant, approved methods of kissing, kisses as preludes to love, the technique of kissing, how to kiss girls with different sizes of mouths, and everything else you always wanted to know about this human habit.

    • Netiquette Page
      Ethics and Etiquette for the netizens. You'll find translations of the "User guidelines and Netiquette", a bibliography and ten commendments for computer ethics. Editor: Arlene H. Rinaldi. See Dutch version.

    Folklore - Mythology - Legends

    • The American Folklive Center in the Library of Congress.
      This site incorporates:
      • Archive of Folk Culture
        A repository for American folk music. Its multi-format, ethnographic collections are diverse and international, including over one million photographs, manuscripts, audiorecordings, and moving images. It is America's first national archive of traditional life, and one of the oldest and largest of such repositories in the world.

      • Ethnographic Studies Resources
        A collection of resources in anthropology, ethnomusicology, folklore, and folklife.

      • Folklife Sourcebook
        A directory of folklife resources in the USA. Editor: Peter Bartis.

    • Arcadian Archives - Professional Garden Writing
      Janet Queen is specialized in practical gardening. Her collection of words and images she shares her botanical knowledge. It is balanced with references to historical details including folklore, legend and medicinal uses of plants.

    • British Columbia Folklore Society

    • Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage - Smithsoninan Institution.

    • Center for Studies in Oral Tradition (CSOT) - University of Missouri, Columbia
      Interdisciplinary research and scholarship on the world's oral tradition.

    • Classical Myth - The Ancient Sources
      Laurel Bowman (University of Victoria, Canada) draws together the ancient texts and images available on the Web concerning the major figures of Greek and Roman mythology. It includes a section on The Olympian Gods
      From Aphrodite to Zeus.

    • Drachen-Bestiarium, Das
      An Austrian site on the history of old and new dragons. Beware, you restless explorer of the vast vaults and dungeons of the web. Dragons haunt this place. And they are quite different from the dragons you are used to: they are historical dragons. What's the origin of these myths? English and German version. Editor: Georg Friebe (Austria).

    • Encyclopedia Mythica
      An encyclopedia on mythology, folklore, mysticism, and more.

    • Greek American Folklore Society
      Dedicated to the study, preservation and instruction of the history and performative traditions of Hellenic folk culture.

    • International Society for Contemporary Legend Research (ISCLR)
      A society that encourages study of "modern" and "urban" legends, and of any legend that circulates actively

    • Folklore Discussion List Archives

    • Folklore, Myth and Legend
      Folk tales, fairy tales and stories from around the world. Includes folklore reference sources. This site is part of the Children's Literature Web Guide at the University of Calgary, Canada.

    • Folklore & Mythology at Harvard - USA

    • Legends
      Explores the lore surrounding Robin Hood, King Arthur, Pirates & Privateers, and other swashbuckling characters. The site provides detailed information on ballads and broadsides, on the original tales behind some of Shakespeare's famous plays. It also contains a broad selection of book reviews.

    • Myth and Legend from Ancient Times to the Space Age
      Philip R. "Pib" Burns, Emerging Technologies Group.
      Interesting stories about mythology and folklore, legendary creatures, pirates, UFO's, vampires, werewolves and other nasties. Includes an extensive list of Mythology and Folklore resources.

    • Mythology, Folklore, and Religion
      Resources compiled by Sarah Craig (Harvard University, USA)

    • Mythology in Western Art
      A collection of art images of mythical characters. Includes images of mythical characters, a bibliography of Classic Mythology in Western Art, and links to other Internet sources on Mythology. The project is presented by the University of Haifa Library in Israel.

    • Myths & Legends -mirror
      A great collection of links, organized by region and language group. Editor: Chris Siren.

    • New Frontier - Magazine of Transformation
      Concerning unexplained phenomena, including UFO's, crop circles and extraterrestrial research. Full text articles and archive.

    • Norse Myths
      A site dedicated to Norse mythology, including Norse names, runes, vikings and gods. Cherry (USA).

    • Rio Grande Folklore Archive
      This archive, situated in The University of Texas-Pan American Library, is one of the largest collections of Mexican American folklore and specializes in computerized data bases. Editor: Mark Glazer.

    • Tales of Wonder
      Folk and fairy tales from around the world including Africa, Asia, India, China, Russia and Siberia. Editor: Richard Darsie (USA).

    • Vietnam Veterans Oral History and Folklore Project
      An ongoing undertaking to collect, preserve, and make more known the folklore, especially the folksongs, of the Vietnam War. Here you can learn about the songs made by and for the American civilian and military men and women who served there.

    • Voices
      A scholarly journal published annually by the Folklore Society (UK). Publishes ethnographical and analytical articles on vernacular culture wordwide, it takes a special interest in the history, theory and method of the study of folklore. Table of contents only.

    Index Consumption

    • DemographicsNow
      A very rich source of consumer information on the United States. You will find information on segmenting and positioning for strategic marketing decisions, consumer trends for business leaders, tactics and techniques for information bases maketers, a newsletter of demographic trends and business forecasts, and many research tools.

    • Association for Consumer Research
      An organization of academics and marketers, who hold annual meetings in the USA, Europe, and Asia. If you're interested in what kinds of research is currently being done on consumption issues around the world, you will find some excellent resources here.

    • BEUC (Bureau Européen des Unions de Consommateurs) - The European Consumer Organisation.

    • Book Reviews on Consumer Culture
      Richard Wilk (University of Indiana, USA) has compiled reviews of books addressing the issues of consumption and consumerism.

    • Consumentenbond
      The Dutch consumer organization.

    • Consumer Affairs - European Commission

    • Consumer Culture and Modernity - by: Don Slater (Polity Press 1996).
      Table of Contents and Introduction. Slater argues against a "productivist bias" which misleads into believing that production is the engine and essence of modernization. He traces the development of consumer culture from the tresent day to the early modern period. Nabil Echchaibi has written a review of this book.

    • Consumer Law Page
      Articles, brochures and Internet resources providing consumer information on a variety of topics. Published by The Alexander Law Firm.

    • Consumerism and the New Capitalism by R.Cronk. An essay on the growth and consequences of consumption in America. This is how it starts: "The traditional cultural values of Western society are degenerating under the influences of corporate politics, the commercialization of culture and the impact of mass media. Society is awakening from its fascination with television entertainment to find itself stripped of tradition, controlled by an oppressive power structure and bound to the credit obligations of a defunct American dream."

    • ConsumerNet
      Consumer information for public interest organizations, consumer advocacy and education groups and the general public. The primary objective of ConsumerNet is to establish a network dedicated to enabling consumer organizations to exchange information and provide greater service to consumers.

    • Consumer World
      A collection of over 1700 consumer resources on the Internet, including consumer product information, money and credit information and consumer agency listings. Editor: Edgar Dworsky (consumer education consultant for the Federal Trade Commission).

    • Consumer-studies Mailing List
      The mailing list in centred around the University of East Londen.

    • Consumers International (CI)
      A worldwide non-profit federation of consumer organisations, dedicated to the protection and promotion of consumer interests. It has more than 200 member consumers groups from over 90 countries. It took hundreds of years for labor to organize and successfully negotiate with employers for better pay and working conditions. How long will it take for consumers to organize and use their power to alleviate the problems created in the culture of capitalism? Consumers International is one organization that might be the forerunner of such organizational efforts.

    • Consumers Union
      The consumer advocacy web site of Consumers Union, nonprofit publisher of "Consumer Reports" magazine. The site contains information on a variety of consumer issues, such as the health, environmental and social consequences of various products; the affects of corporate advertising on children and its infiltration into schools.

    • Consumption and Production Patterns - United Nations
      A page ment to be a vehicle for the dissemination and exchange of information, ideas, and proposals related to changing consumption and production patterns. It provides an overview of the CSD International Work Programme on Changing Consumption and Production Patterns. The Division for Sustainable Development is the Task Manager for chapter 4 of Agenda 21, "Changing Consumption and Production Patterns", and has a co-ordinating and facilitating role in the discussion on promoting sustainable consumption and production patterns. The Division is responsible for carrying out the International Work Programme on Changing Consumption and Production Patterns, and for the overall review of chapter 4 at the 7th session of the CSD in 1999. Discussions on chapter 4 have already taken place at the national and international level. They have covered definitions and concepts (e.g. eco-space, ecological footprints), policy strategies (e.g. eco-efficiency, Factor 4 and 10), and appropriate policy instruments. Participants in the discussions have been from business and industry, governments at all levels, international organisations, the academic community and NGOs.

    • Consumption, Everyday Life, and Sustainability
      A research programme from the European Science Foundation (ESF) initiated in 1997 by Elizabeth Shove & Michael Jacobs (Lancaster University, U.K.), Gert Spaargaren (Wageningen University, The Netherlands), Hal Wilhite (University of Oslo, Norway), and Inge Ropke (Technical University of Denmark). The site contains papers presented at a series of workshops held at Lancaster University (UK) on the subject of consumption and sustainability. The papers provide excellent starting points for discussing the environmental damage inherent in consumption patterns in the culture of capitalism. The site also contains links to the websites of relevant institutions; academic networks relaties to issues of consumption, everyday life and environmental sustainability; and to the personal websites of the programma participants.

    • European Consumer Associations
      Austria | Belgium | Denmark | Finland | France | Germany | Greece | Ireland | Italy | Luxembourg | Netherlands | Portugal | Spain | Sweden | United Kingdom

    • Frugal Corner
      A comprehensive list of anti-consumer and "live lightly" web links, and practical information on cutting waste.

    • Global Consumer Culture
      Resources for the study of the consequences of the expansion of the culture of capitalism. Included is an introductory article written by the editor, Richard Wilk on "Emulation and Global Consumerism".

    • Health and Consumer Protection - European Union (EU): DG XXIV.

    • National Consumer Law Center (NCLC)
      A nonprofit corporation committed to addressing the legal problems commonly faced by low-income and financially distressed families. It provides accurate information regarding issues of consumer fraud, debt collection abuses, home improvement frauds, usury, and utility terminations.

    • New American Dream
      A private, not-for-profit organization devoted to teaching wasteful North Americans to think about the environmental consequences of consumption, and promote frugal lifestyles. ╩On the site you can get all kinds of information on how and why we consume what we do, and what can be done about it. You can also join in discussions on various topics, often led by specialists on consumption.

    • Overcoming Consumerism
      Consumerism is a pattern of behavior that helps to destroy our environment, personal financial health, the common good of individuals and human institutions. The site describes ways that you can help defeat consumerism, save money, work less and lead a more satisfying and environmentally benign life while helping to restore the economic self-sufficiency of your community. It also contains resources and references that can help you become an educated grass-roots activist starting from anylevel of commitment and knowledge.

    • Slater, Don (Dept. of Sociology, Goldsmiths College Univ. of London).

    • Sociology of Consumption Research Network
      Organized by Kaj Ilmonen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)

    • World Food Habits Bibliography
      A bibliography for the cross-cultural study of food habits, compiled by Robert Dirks (Illinois State University, USA). The items are sorted under regional and topical categories.

    Index Postmodernism

    • The World of Jean Baudrillard
      An extensive annotated bibliography on Marxian postmodernist Jean Baudrillard. Covers his works and the works of those who have discussed them.

    • Everything Postmodern
      A comprehenvise listing of postmodern thought on the WWW. Includes links to postmodernist thinkers (Adorno, Barthes, Baudrillard, Deleuze, Derrida, Foucault, Lukacscs, Rorty), FAQs, zines, and newsgroups. Editor: Gregory Broquard.

    • Fegan, Michael
      A very un-postmodern attempt to give an all encompassing definition of postmodern theory. “Postmodernism calls into question enlightenment values such as rationality, truth, and progress, arguing that these merely serve to secure the monolithic structure of modern capitalistic society by concealing or excluding any forces that might challenge its cultural dominance. To counter this hegemony, postmodernism draws upon the poststructuralist understanding of representations or signifiers as embedded within a matrix of differential relationships to other signifiers (rather than as standing in a correlative relationship to actual objects) in order to open up space for difference within and against the abstraction and uniformity of modernism. Thus the postmodern attitude tends to value heterogeneity over purity, diversity over unity, the local over the universal, and popular over elite culture or high art.”

    • Hartman, Paul V. (Univ. of Georgia, USA)
      What is "Postmodernism"?
      He defines the postmodern era by “the emergence of the postindustrial information economy, replacing the previous classes of aristocracy, middle class, and working class with the new paradigm: information elite, middle class, and underclass.” A supprising ‘class analysis’ which has to be true, because “postmodernism itself is, of course, True”.

    • Jameson, Fredric

    • Morningstar, Chip
      How To Deconstruct Almost Anything
      A postmodern adventure. This “vulgar engineer” allowes himself to break a lot of the rules that people in the humanities usually have to play by, since nobody expects an engineer to be literate. s. For Chip it is clear to me that the humanities are not going to emerge from the jungle on their own. He thinks that the task of outreach is left to those of us who retain some connection, however tenuous, to what we laughingly call reality. "We have to go into the jungle after them and rescue what we can. Just remember to hang on to your sense of humor and don't let them intimidate you."

    • Postmodern Culture (PMC)
      Electronic Journal.

    • Postmodern Culture MOO
      Conference center and theme park.

    • Postmodern Thought
      A large collection of links on the theoretisation of postmodernism from the School of Education, University of Colorado at Denver.


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