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HOLY BIBLE

KING JAMES VERSION

User’s Guide

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Key Guide

Function Keys

Turns the device on or off.

Displays a help message.

Goes to the Verse Reference screen. Clears the calculator.

Backs up, erases a letter, or turns off the highlight in text. In the Holy Bible, returns to the previous screen.

Enters a search request, selects an item, or begins a highlight in text.

Expands a search. In the Organizer, goes to the clock.

Places a bookmark. In the Organizer, goes to the databank.

Goes to the Word search screen. In the Organizer, goes to the calculator.

Goes to the Organizer: clock, databank and calculator.

Toggles between the Bible menu and the Verse Reference screen. From the Organizer, returns to the Holy Bible.

At a menu, displays a menu item. In text, displays the book, chapter and verse.

Shifts to type capital letters.

Shifts to allow page up, page down, and to type numbers.

Combination Keys*

+ Pages up or down. or

+

In Bible text, goes to the next

or

or previous verse. Following a

search, goes to the next or pre-

 

 

vious match.

+

At a menu, goes to the first or

or

last item. In Bible text, goes to

the start or end of the next or

 

 

previous chapter.

+ At the word search screen, types an asterisk to stand for a series of letters in a word.

Direction Keys

Move in the indicated direction.

At menus and dictionary entries, pages down. At the word search screen, types a space. After a space, press orto cycle through the available symbols:- .* ? :.

Getting Started

The KJV-570uses twoCR-2032Lithium batteries that comepre-installed.Turn the device over and gently pull the battery insulation sheet to remove it.

Press to turn the product on. Use a paper clip to gently press the RESET button on the back of the device. For more information, please see “Resetting your Device”.Warning! Pressing the reset button with more than light pressure may permanently disable your unit. In addition, resetting the unit may erase settings and information you have entered.

Replacing the Batteries

The batteries should be changed when you see a low battery warning. Please have 2 new CR-2032batteries and a small Phillips screwdriver at hand before you follow the steps below.

Warning! If the batteries wear out completely, or if you take more than a few seconds while changing the batteries, anyuser-enteredinformation may be erased. You should always keep written copies of your important information.

1.Turn the unit off and turn it over.

2.Use the Phillips screwdriver to unscrew the battery cover screw.

3.Push gently on the tab of the battery cover and remove it.

4.Remove the old batteries.

Note: Use a paper clip if necessary to remove the old batteries.

5.Install 2 new CR-2032lithium batteries in their place with positive polarity facing up.

Important: Be sure that the batteries are installed correctly. Wrong polarity may damage the unit.

6.Replace the battery cover and secure it with the screw.

*Hold the first key while pressing the second.

Battery disposal: Do not dispose of batteries with normal household waste. Please obey your local regulations when disposing of used batteries.

Battery Precautions

Non-rechargeablebatteries are not to bere-charged.Never recharge batteries that come with the device.

Rechargeable batteries are to be removed from the device before being charged.

Rechargeable batteries are only to be charged under adult supervision.

Only batteries of the same or equivalent type as recommended are to be used.

The supply terminals are not to be short-circuited.

Do not expose batteries to direct heat or try to take batteries apart. Follow the battery manufacturer's instructions for battery use.

Always remove a weak or dead battery from the device.

To avoid damage caused by leakage of the battery fluid, replace the battery or batteries once every two years regardless of how much the device has been used during that time.

Should a battery leak, the device may become damaged. Clean the battery compartment immediately, avoiding contact with your skin.

Keep batteries out of reach of small children. If swallowed, consult a physician immediately.

For Your Information

Follow the Arrows

The flashing arrows on the right of the screen show in which direction you can move around menus or view more text.

Help is Always at Hand

You can view a help message at any screen by pressing HELP. Use the direction keys to read the message. To exit help, pressBACK orCLEAR.

About Screen Illustrations

Some screen illustrations in this User’s Guide may differ slightly from what you see on screen. This does not mean that your unit is malfunctioning.

Resuming Where You Left Off

You can turn your electronic Holy Bible off at any passage. When you turn it on again, the last passage that you viewed appears, unless you had previously turned on the Learn a Verse feature. IfLearn a Verse is on, you will see a verse for you to memorize. To return to your last viewed passage, pressBACK.

Where in the Holy Bible Am I?

At any Holy Bible verse, you can view its book, chapter, and verse number by pressing

?.

Viewing a Demonstration or Tutorial

You can view a demonstration or tutorial of this Holy Bible any time you want.

1.Press .

2.Press to see the Settings menu.

3.Press ENTER to selectTutorial or pressto highlightView Demo and then press

ENTER.

To stop the demonstration or exit from the Tutorial pressCLEAR.

To toggle between the Bible menu and the Verse Reference screen, press .

Learn a Verse

Your Holy Bible comes with a Learn a Verse feature. Each time you turn your Holy Bible

on, you can see a verse from either the Old or New Testament for you to read or memo-

rize. If you wish to turn this feature on, press . Pressto go to the Settings menu, useto highlightLearn a Verse and press ENTER. Useorto highlightOn orOff and pressENTER.

Changing the Settings

When using this Holy Bible, you can activate the Learn a Verse feature, adjust the screen contrast, the shutoff time, and the type size. The shutoff time is how long your unit stays on if no key is pressed.

1.Press until you see the Bible menu.

2.Press to see the Settings menu.

3.Use orto move the highlight toContrast,Shutoff orType Size.

4.Press ENTER.

5.Use orto change the setting. The current setting is marked.

6.Press ENTER to store your changes.

Press BACK to exit without making a change.

Reading the Holy Bible

Old Testament andNew Testament contain the Books of the Holy Bible.

1.Press until you see the Bible menu.

2.Use orto highlightOld Testament orNew Testament and pressENTER to select it.

3.Use orto highlight a Book and pressENTER to select it.

You can also type the name of a Book to highlight it. For example, with New Testament selected, pressR to go directly toRomans.

Note: For Books that begin with numbers, type the number by holdingFN and pressing the number key. For example, you can find2 Kings in theOld Testament by holdingFN and pressingW and then pressingK. You can also find it by typingIIK. That is, type “I” for1 or “II” for2.

4.Use to highlight a Chapter or type its number and pressENTER to select it. For example, to highlightChapter 5, pressT.Note: Numbers are automatically active at a Chapter menu.

5.Use SPACE to page down.

Hold FN and pressorto page up or down. HoldFN and pressorto go to the next or previous verse. HoldCAP and pressorto go to the previous or next Chapter.

6.Press CLEAR when done.

Press BACK to return to the previous screen.

Using the Index

Index contains a list of popular Chapters with their titles, arranged in the order that they appear in the Holy Bible.

1.Press until you see the Bible menu.

2.Use orto highlightIndex and pressENTER to select it.

3.Use orto highlight a selection and pressENTER to select it.

You can also type the name of the Book to go directly to that part of the list, then use orto highlight the section you want.

For example, to highlight Isaiah 25:1, typeIS, then pressuntil you see the index entry forIsaiah 25:1.

Note: For Books that begin with numbers, type the number by holdingFN and pressing the number key. For example, you can find2 Kings in theOld Testament by holdingFN and pressingW and then pressingK. You can also find it by typingIIK. That is, type “I” for1 or “II” for2.

Note: HoldCAP and pressorto go directly to start or end of the list.

4.Use SPACE to page down.

Hold FN and pressorto page up or down. HoldFN and pressorto go to the next or previous verse. HoldCAP and pressorto go to the previous or next Chapter.

5.Press CLEAR when done.

Press BACK to return to the previous screen.

6.Press BACK to return to the Index.

Viewing Devotional Verses

Devotional contains a list of inspirational Verses.

1.Press until you see the Bible menu.

2.Use orto highlightDevotional and pressENTER to select it.

3.Use orto highlight a selection and pressENTER to select it.

You can also type the name of the month to go directly to that part of the list, then

use orto highlight the one you want.

For example, to see the Devotional Verse for October 23, type O, then pressuntil you see the entry forOct. 23.

Note: HoldCAP and pressorto go directly to start or end of the list.

4.Use SPACE to page down.

Hold FN and pressorto page up or down. HoldFN and pressorto go to the next or previous verse. HoldCAP and pressorto go to the previous or next Chapter.

5.Press CLEAR when done.

Press BACK to return to the previous screen.

Finding Holy Bible Verses

To go directly to a specific Holy Bible verse, enter its Book title, Chapter number, and Verse number.

If you enter only a Book title and Chapter number, you will go to the start of the Chapter. If you enter only a Book title, you will go to the start of that Book.

1.Press CLEAR or pressuntil you see the Verse Reference screen.

2.Type a Book title.

To erase a letter, press BACK.

When you type the initial letters of a Book title, it will be automatically completed for you. For example, type LA forLamentations,LE forLeviticus orLU forLuke.Note: If you have not typed enough letters for the Book title toauto-complete,you can see a list of all Books that match the letters you have entered by pressingENTER. Pressorto highlight the Book you want and then pressENTER to return to the Verse Reference screen and finish typing the Chapter and Verse.Note: For Books that begin with numbers, type the Roman numeral using theI key. For example, you can find2 Kings by typingIIK. That is, type “I” for1 or “II” for2. Once the Book title is filled in, the cursor automatically jumps to the Chapter field.

3.Type a Chapter and Verse number.

Press Q-P to type a Chapter number. PressSPACE to move to the Verse field and type the Verse number you want.Note: Numbers are automatically active in the Chapter and Verse fields.

4.Press ENTER to go to the Verse you typed.

5.Use SPACE to page down.

Hold FN and pressorto page up or down. HoldFN and pressorto go to the next or previous verse. HoldCAP and pressorto go to the previous or next Chapter.

6.Press CLEAR when done.

Press BACK to return to the previous screen.

Searching for Words

Just as if you were using a concordance, you can search for almost any word or phrase in this Holy Bible. Simply enter search words to find their occurrences, or matches.

1.Press FIND.

2.Type your search word(s).

For example, type Kingdom of God.

You can type up to 35 letters. To type a space, press SPACE. To erase a letter, pressBACK.

Search results include only those Verses that contain all of the keywords you searched for. Note: You cannot search for common words such asand andthe on their own.

3.Press ENTER to start the search.

After a search, only those Books with matches are listed in the menu. Note: The number of matches in each Book is displayed following the Book title.

4.Use orto highlight the Book you want, then pressENTER to see the Chapters of the selected Book where the matches occur.

For example, select Psalms [2].

You go directly to the text of the first match in the Book of Psalms. Note that the matching words are boxed in the text. Hold FN and pressorto see the next or previous match. At any time, press? to see your current Verse.

Note: You may also holdFN and pressENTER to go directly to the text at the first match in the Bible.

5.Press CLEAR when done or pressBACK to return to previous screen.

Correcting Misspellings

If you enter a misspelled word, or a word not in this Holy Bible, a list of corrections appears. Highlight the word you want and then press ENTER, or pressBACK to change your request.

Finding Letters in Words

If you are uncertain about how to spell a word or if you wish to find prefixes, suffixes, and other parts of words, type an asterisk ( ) in a word. Each asterisk stands for zero, one or more letters in a word. Note: If you type an asterisk at the beginning of a word, it may take a little while to find the matching words.

1.Press FIND.

2.Type a word with s.

To type an asterisk, hold CAP and press?.

3.Press ENTER.

4.Press to highlight the match you want and then pressENTER to search for it. To learn how to view the matches, please see “Searching for Words.”

5.Press CLEAR when done.

Expanding Your Search

You can expand your search to find inflections, synonyms and similar words.

1.Press FIND.

2.Type your search word(s) and press ENTER.

3.Press MORE repeatedly to expand the search.

To learn how to view the matches, please see “Searching for Words.”

4.Press CLEAR when done.

Highlighting Words

You can also search for a word by highlighting it in a Verse. Try this example.

1.Go to Isaiah 12:2.

To learn how, see “Finding Holy Bible Verses.”

2.Press ENTER to start the highlight.

To turn the highlight off, press BACK.

3.Use the navigation button to move the highlight to salvation.

4.Press ENTER to search for the highlighted word.

To learn how to view the matches, please see “Searching for Words.”

5.Press CLEAR when done.

Viewing Footnotes

Whenever you see an after a word in a verse, that word has a footnote. You can easily view these footnotes. Try this example.

1.Go to Psalms 18:2.

To learn how, see “Finding Holy Bible Verses.”

2.Use ,FN + orSPACE to scroll down.

Notice the footnote marker .

3.Press ENTER to start the highlight.

4.Use the navigation button to move the highlight to the desired footnote and then press ENTER to view it.

Or you can hold FN and pressENTER to immediately open the note.Note: This functions only when one footnote marker is on the screen.

5.Press BACK to return to the verse.

Understanding Footnotes

The footnotes in this Holy Bible have been added by Franklin Electronic Publishers to clarify the meaning of archaic English words. These footnotes are not part of the original

King James Bible.

When More Than One Footnote Marker Appears

Sometimes more than one appears on the screen.

Hold FN and pressENTER to automatically highlight the first footnote marker. Continue to holdFN and pressENTER to cycle the highlight through all the footnote markers on the screen. When the highlight is on the footnote you want to open, pressENTER to view the text of the footnote.

Press BACK to go back to the verse.

Using Bookmarks

Adding Bookmarks

You can add up to 50 bookmarks to the text of this book for quick reference.

1.Press MARK at any verse to place a bookmark.

You see the bookmarks list with Add Bookmark highlighted.

2.Press ENTER to add the bookmark.

The marks its placement.

Viewing Bookmarks

1.Press CLEAR.

2.Press MARK to view your list of bookmarks.

3.Press to highlight a bookmark.

4.Press ENTER to view its verse.

Deleting a Bookmark

You can delete any bookmark you want. Note: If you reset your device, all your bookmarks will be lost.

1.Press CLEAR.

2.Press MARK to view your list of bookmarks.

3.Press to highlight the bookmark you wish to delete.

For example, if you had “Isaiah 53” on your bookmark list, highlight Isaiah Chapter 53.

4.Press ENTER to go to that verse.

5.Press MARK again.

Remove: (the last viewed bookmark) appears as the first list item, and is highlighted.

6.Press ENTER to delete the bookmark.

Adding Notes to a Bookmark

You can add a brief note to accompany any bookmark you have added. Note: If you reset your device, all your notes will be lost.

1.Press CLEAR.

2.Press MARK to view your list of bookmarks.

3.Press to highlight the bookmark for which you want to add a note.

For example, if you had “Psalms 23” on your bookmark list, highlight Psalms Chapter 23.

4.Press ENTER to go to that verse.

5.Press MARK again.

Remove Bookmark appears as the first list item, and is highlighted.

6.Press to highlightAdd Notes and pressENTER.

7.Type your note and press ENTER to add it.

Viewing a Note

1.Find a location in the text where you have saved a note with a bookmark.

2.Use ,FN + orSPACE to scroll down until you see.

3.Press ENTER to start the highlight.

4.Use the navigation button to move the highlight to the bookmark marker and then press ENTER to view the note.

If no note has been saved to a bookmark, you see the message “Not found.”

5.Press BACK to return to the verse.

Using the Clocks

The clock lets you set a Home time and view local times in 45 cities around the world. you must set the Home time before viewing World times as World times are based on Home time.

Setting Home Time

1.Press ORG.

You see “Home City” on the screen. The Home time clock is the default location any time you press ORG.

Note: You can pressORG,FIND orENTER to toggle between Home time and World time.

2.Press S to enter go to the Home Setting menu.

3.Press ENTER to selectSet Time Format.

Press orto cycle through the 12and24-hourDay/Month/Year formats. PressENTER to save your selection.

4.Press to highlightSet DST (Daylight Saving Time) and pressENTER to select it. Pressorto toggle betweenDST On orDST Off. Press ENTER to select your choice.

5.Press to highlightSet Time and pressENTER to select it.

Press oruntil the current hour is displayed. Pressto move to the minutes field, then pressoruntil the current minute is displayed. PressENTER to set the time.

6.Press to highlightSet Date and pressENTER to select it.

Press orto move to the next or previous field. Useorto move to the current day/month/year. PressENTER to set the date.

7.Press to highlightSet Home City and pressENTER to select it.

Press oruntil your local city is displayed. PressENTER to select your choice.

8.Press CLEAR orBACK to exit the Home Setting menu.

Viewing World Time

1.Press FIND until you see “World City.”

2.Press orto view the date and time in the list of available cities.

Note: The date and time in each World city is based on the date and time as indicated in your Home city.

You can also set a city to be the World city you first view when you enter World Time.

1.Press FIND until you see “World City.”

2.Press S to enter go to the World Setting menu.

3.Press ENTER to selectSet DST.

Press orto toggle betweenDST On orDST Off. Press ENTER to select your choice.

4.Press to highlightSet World City and pressENTER to select it.

Press oruntil the city you want is displayed. PressENTER to select your choice.Note: At this list, you can see both the city name and its abbreviation.

5.Press CLEAR orBACK to exit the World Setting menu.

Using the Databank

Adding Entries

You can store as many as 100 names and telephone numbers in the databank. The total number of names you can add depends on the size of each entry.

1.Press ORG.

2.Press MARK.

3.Use orto highlightNew Entry and then pressENTER.

4.Type a name and press ENTER.

To erase a letter, press BACK. PressSPACE thenorto cycle through the available symbols:- .* ? :.

5.Type a phone number and press ENTER.

Q-P will type numbers0-9 automatically. To erase a number, pressBACK.

6.Press CLEAR when done.

Press to return to the Holy Bible.

Viewing or Editing Entries

1.Press ORG.

2.Press MARK.

3.Use orto highlightView: XX entries and then pressENTER.

4.To edit an entry, highlight it and press ENTER.

Type your changes. Use orto move the cursor; useBACK to delete.

5.Press ENTER to move to the number field.

6.Press ENTER again to save your changes.

7.Press CLEAR when done.

Press to return to the Holy Bible.

Deleting Entries

1.Press ORG.

2.Press MARK.

3.Use orto highlightDelete Entry and then pressENTER.

4.Highlight the entry you want to delete and press ENTER.

You are asked to confirm the deletion. Press Y to confirm orN to cancel.

5.To delete all databank entries, highlight Erase All Data in the Databank menu and then pressENTER.

You are asked to confirm the deletion. Press Y to erase all databank entries orN to cancel.

6.Press CLEAR when done.

Press to return to the Holy Bible.

Using a Password

You can use a password to prevent unauthorized access to the databank. Warning! Always write the password in a safe, separate location. If you lose or forget the password, you will be able to use the databank again only by removing the batteries from your unit, which will permanently erase all the information stored in the databank.

1.Press ORG.

2.Press MARK.

3.Use orto highlightSet Password and then pressENTER.

4.Type a password of up to eight characters and press ENTER. Useorto move the cursor; useBACK to delete.

5.Press C to confirm your password orCLEAR to cancel the password.

The password you set will be requested the first time the databank is used during a session.

6.To change the password, repeat Steps 1-5.

To remove or disable a password, press ENTER at the blank password screen.

7.Press CLEAR when done.

Press to return to the Holy Bible.

Using the Calculator

1.Press ORG.

2.Press MORE.

3.Type a number.

Note:Q-P will type numbers0-9 automatically. You can type up to 10 digits. To type a decimal, pressG(.). To change the sign of a number, pressZ(+/-).

4.Press a math function key (H-L).

5.Type another number.

6.Press ENTER.

To repeat the calculation, press ENTER again.

To Calculate...

Press...

reciprocals

A(1/x)

squares

D(x2)

percentages

F(%)

square roots

S(√x)

negative numbers

Z(+/-)

7.Press CLEAR to clear the current calculations.

8.Press to return to the Holy Bible.

Using the Calculator Memory

1.In the calculator, make a calculation or type a number.

2.To add the number on the screen to the number stored in memory, press X(M+). To subtract the number on the screen from the number stored in memory, pressC(M-).M indicates the number is stored in memory.

3.To retrieve the number from memory, press V(MR).

4.To clear the memory, press B(MC).

Resetting Your Device

If the keyboard fails to respond, or if the screen performs erratically, perform a system reset by following the steps below.

1.Hold CLEAR and press. If nothing happens, try Step 2.

2.Use a paper clip to gently press the reset button on your product.

The reset button is recessed in a pin-sizedhole on the back of the device. The message “Erase All ? (Y/N)” is displayed.

Note: This message refers touser-enteredinformation, not the text of the Holy Bible.User-enteredinformation includes bookmarks, the databank and any settings you may have changed.

3.Press N to save your information. PressY to erase your information.

Warning! Pressing the reset button with more than light pressure may permanently disable your device. In addition, resetting your device erases settings anduser-enteredinformation.

Specifications

Model KJV-570: Holy Bible King James Version

Batteries: twoCR-20323 volt lithium

Size: 12.3 x 9.1 x 1.35 cm

Weight: 117.1 oz

ISBN 978-1-59074-433-8

© 2002-2007Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc., Burlington, N.J.08016-4907USA. All rights reserved.

Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, KING JAMES VERSION.

U.S. Patents: 4,830,618; 5,113,340; 5,218,536; 5,153,831; 5,497,474; 5,396,606; 6,411,973

Note: This device should be disposed through your local electronic product recycling system - do not throw into the trash bin.

This unit may change operating modes, lose information stored in memory, or fail to respond due to electrostatic discharge or electrical fast transients. Normal operation of this unit may be re-establishedby pressing the reset key, by pressing, or by removing/replacing batteries.

FCC Notice

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:

-Reorientor relocate the receiving antenna.

-Increasethe separation between the equipment and receiver.

-Connectthe equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.-Consultthe dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

NOTE: This unit was tested with shielded cables on the peripheral devices. Shielded cables must be used with the unit to insure compliance.

NOTE: The manufacturer is not responsible for any radio or TV interference caused by unauthorized modifications to this equipment. Such modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

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Limited Warranty (U.S. only)

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Franklin Electronic Publishers, Inc. Attn: Service Department

One Franklin Plaza Burlington, NJ 08016-4907

If you return a Franklin product, please include your name, address, telephone number, and a brief description of the defect and a copy of your sales receipt as proof of your original date of purchase. You must also write the RMA prominently on the package if you return the product; otherwise there may be a lengthy delay in the processing of your return. Franklin strongly recommends using a trackable form of deliver to Franklin for your return.

Limited Warranty (EU and Switzerland)

Notwithstanding the disclaimer of warranties above, this product, excluding batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD), is guaranteed by Franklin to be free of defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase. It will be repaired or replaced with an equivalent product (at Franklin's option) free of charge for any defect in workmanship or materials during that time.

Products purchased outside the United States, the European Union and Switzerland that are returned under warranty should be returned to the original vendor with proof of purchase and description of fault. Charges will be made for all repairs unless valid proof of purchase is provided.

This warranty explicitly excludes defects due to misuse, accidental damage, or wear and tear. This warranty does not affect the consumer's statutory rights.

Limited Warranty (outside U.S., EU and Switzerland)

Notwithstanding the disclaimer of warranties above, this product, excluding batteries and liquid crystal display (LCD), is guaranteed by Franklin to be free of defects in materials or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase. It will be repaired or replaced with an equivalent product (at Franklin's option) free of charge for any defect in workmanship or materials during that time.

Products purchased outside the United States, the European Union and Switzerland that are returned under warranty should be returned to the original vendor with proof of purchase and description of fault. Charges will be made for all repairs unless valid proof of purchase is provided.

This warranty explicitly excludes defects due to misuse, accidental damage, or wear and tear. This warranty does not affect the consumer's statutory rights.

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