Interstate 40 in Arkansas

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I-40 (AR).svg

Interstate 40
Route information
Maintained by ArDOT
Length284.69 mi [1] (458.16 km)
Major junctions
West endI-40.svg I-40 at Oklahoma state line
 I-540.svgUS 71 (AR).svg I-540 / US 71 in Van Buren
I-49.svg I-49 in Alma
I-430.svg I-430 in North Little Rock
I-30.svgI-57 (Future).svgUS 65 (AR).svgUS 67 (AR).svgUS 167 (AR).svg I-30 / Future I-57 / US 65 / US 67 / US 167 in North Little Rock
I-440.svgArkansas 440.svg I-440 / AR 440 in North Little Rock
I-55.svgUS 61 (AR).svgUS 63 (AR).svgUS 64 (AR).svg I-55 / US 61 / US 63 / US 64 in West Memphis
East endI-40.svg I-40 at Tennessee state line
Location
Counties Crawford, Franklin, Johnson, Pope, Conway, Faulkner, Pulaski, Lonoke, Prairie, Monroe, St. Francis, Crittenden
Highway system
Arkansas 39.svg AR 39 AR 41 Arkansas 41.svg

Interstate 40 (I-40) is an eastwest Interstate Highway that has a 284.69-mile (458.16 km) section in the U.S. state of Arkansas connecting Oklahoma to Tennessee. The route enters Arkansas from the west just north of the Arkansas River near Dora. It travels eastward across the northern portion of the state connecting the cities of Fort Smith, Clarksville, Russellville, Morrilton, Conway, Little Rock, Forrest City, and West Memphis. I-40 continues into Tennessee heading through Memphis. The highway has major junctions with Interstate 540 at Van Buren (the main highway connecting to Fort Smith), Interstate 49 at Alma (the main highway connecting to Fayetteville and Bentonville), Interstate 30 in Little Rock (the Interstate linking south to Texarkana and Dallas, Texas), and Interstate 55 to Blytheville.

U.S. state constituent political entity of the United States

In the United States, a state is a constituent political entity, of which there are currently 50. Bound together in a political union, each state holds governmental jurisdiction over a separate and defined geographic territory and shares its sovereignty with the federal government. Due to this shared sovereignty, Americans are citizens both of the federal republic and of the state in which they reside. State citizenship and residency are flexible, and no government approval is required to move between states, except for persons restricted by certain types of court orders. Four states use the term commonwealth rather than state in their full official names.

Arkansas State of the United States of America

Arkansas is a state in the southern region of the United States, home to over 3 million people as of 2018. Its name is of Siouan derivation from the language of the Osage denoting their related kin, the Quapaw Indians. The state's diverse geography ranges from the mountainous regions of the Ozark and the Ouachita Mountains, which make up the U.S. Interior Highlands, to the densely forested land in the south known as the Arkansas Timberlands, to the eastern lowlands along the Mississippi River and the Arkansas Delta.

Oklahoma State of the United States of America

Oklahoma is a state in the South Central region of the United States, bordered by Kansas on the north, Missouri on the northeast, Arkansas on the east, Texas on the south, New Mexico on the west, and Colorado on the northwest. It is the 20th-most extensive and the 28th-most populous of the fifty United States. The state's name is derived from the Choctaw words okla and humma, meaning "red people". It is also known informally by its nickname, "The Sooner State", in reference to the non-Native settlers who staked their claims on land before the official opening date of lands in the western Oklahoma Territory or before the Indian Appropriations Act of 1889, which dramatically increased European-American settlement in the eastern Indian Territory. Oklahoma Territory and Indian Territory were merged into the State of Oklahoma when it became the 46th state to enter the union on November 16, 1907. Its residents are known as Oklahomans, and its capital and largest city is Oklahoma City.

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For the majority of its routing through Arkansas, I-40 follows the historic alignment of two separate United States highways. From Oklahoma to Little Rock, Interstate 40 generally follows U.S. Route 64 through the Ozark Mountains. East of Little Rock, the route generally follows the routing of U.S. Route 70 until the Tennessee state line.

U.S. Route 64 in Arkansas highway in Arkansas

U.S. Route 64 is a U.S. highway running from Teec Nos Pos, Arizona east to Nags Head, North Carolina. In the U.S. state of Arkansas, the route runs 246.35 miles (396.46 km) from the Oklahoma border in Fort Smith east to the Tennessee border in Memphis. The route passes through several cities and towns, including Fort Smith, Clarksville, Russellville, Conway, Searcy, and West Memphis. US 64 runs parallel to Interstate 40 until Conway, when I-40 takes a more southerly route.

Route description

Oklahoma to Little Rock

Interstate 540/US 71 run south from I-40 at exit 7 in Van Buren, providing access to the larger city of Fort Smith. 040i ar exit 007.jpg
Interstate 540/US 71 run south from I-40 at exit 7 in Van Buren, providing access to the larger city of Fort Smith.
Interstate 30 begins at I-40/US 65/AR 107 and runs south ad I-30/US 65/US 67/US 167. I30EasternTerminus.jpg
Interstate 30 begins at I-40/US 65/AR 107 and runs south ad I-30/US 65/US 67/US 167.

I-40 enters Arkansas from Oklahoma at Dora in Crawford County. [2] It heads east into Van Buren, giving access to Fort Smith as well across the Arkansas River to the south. Access is primarily via Interstate 540/US 71, which was built as a southern spur to Fort Smith in the 1970s. I-40 overlaps with US 71, forming a concurrency until the alignment of Interstate 49 breaks north to Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville, and its northern Arkansas terminus in Bella Vista, with US 71 breaking away shortly afterwards at another interchange. [3] [4] The route continues to parallel US 64 into the Ozark Mountains by entering Franklin County and providing access to the Pig Trail Scenic Byway in Ozark. [5] Interstate 40 runs through Clarksville (where it has a junction with US 64), passes over part of Lake Dardanelle, and meets Highway 7 in Russellville. [6] [7] I 40 continues to the east through Morrilton before turning south to Conway and Faulkner County. [8] [9] In Conway, I-40 forms a concurrency with US 65 at exit 125, which will continue until exit 153a in Little Rock. The highway also has another junction with US 64 and US 65 Business in Conway before passing Lake Conway and entering the Little Rock metropolitan area. [9]

Dora is an unincorporated community in Crawford County in the western part of the U.S. state of Arkansas. It is located approximately three miles west of Van Buren on the Arkansas-Oklahoma border along Interstate 40. The community is part of the Fort Smith, Arkansas-Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area. Dora shares its ZIP code (72956) and other municipal services with Van Buren.

Crawford County, Arkansas County in the United States

Crawford County is a county located in the Ozarks region of the U.S. state of Arkansas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 61,948, making it the 12th-most populous of Arkansas's 75 counties. The county seat and largest city is Van Buren. Crawford County was formed on October 18, 1820 from the former Lovely County and Indian Territory, and was named for William H. Crawford, the United States Secretary of War in 1815.

Van Buren, Arkansas City in Arkansas, United States

Van Buren is the second largest city in the Fort Smith, Arkansas-Oklahoma Metropolitan Statistical Area and the county seat of Crawford County, Arkansas, United States. The city is located directly northeast of Fort Smith at the Interstate 40 - Interstate 540 junction. The city was incorporated in 1845 and as of the 2010 census had a population of 22,791, ranking it as the state's 22nd largest city, behind Searcy.

Little Rock to Tennessee

In West Memphis, Arkansas, Interstate 40 is designated as a Blue Star Memorial Highway. Blue Star I-40.JPG
In West Memphis, Arkansas, Interstate 40 is designated as a Blue Star Memorial Highway.

Now in Pulaski County, I-40 heads towards the south-southeast as it heads to the town of Maumelle. It continues towards this direction until it reaches Interstate 430, which provides access along the western side of Little Rock. [10] Further southeast near the Arkansas River, the route has a high volume interchange as the northern terminus of Interstate 30 as well as concurrent routes with US 67/US 167; US 65 turns south at this intersection, breaking the concurrency formed in Conway. [10] I-40 (now concurrent with US 67 and US 167) continues east for 1.5 miles (2.4 km) before the US 67/US 167 concurrency turns north as a separate northeasterly expressway. [10] From this point onward, Interstate 40 begins to parallel US 70 rather than US 64, which was a more or less a parallel route until Conway. The interstate continues to the east to intersect the concurrency of I-440/AR 440 before entering Lonoke County. [10] Passing through Lonoke, the route runs through rural Arkansas with straight alignments and relatively few junctions, forming an overlap with US 63 in Hazen and meeting US 49/AR 17 in Brinkley. [11] [12] [12] [13] Upon entering St. Francis County, Interstate 40 runs northeast to Forrest City, where it intersects with Highway 1. [14] Continuing northeast, I-40 enters Crittenden County, where it intersects with US 79 at Shearerville and enters West Memphis. [15]

Pulaski County, Arkansas County in the United States

Pulaski County is a county in the U.S. state of Arkansas with a population of 392,664, making it the most populous county in Arkansas. Its county seat is Little Rock, which is also Arkansas's capital and largest city. Pulaski County is Arkansas's fifth county, formed on December 15, 1818, alongside Clark and Hempstead Counties. The county is named for Casimir Pulaski, a Polish volunteer who saved George Washington's life during the American Revolutionary War.

Maumelle, Arkansas City in Arkansas, United States

Maumelle is a small city in Pulaski County, Arkansas, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 17,163. The city is located northwest of Little Rock, bordering the opposite shore of the Arkansas River and is part of the Little Rock metropolitan area.

Interstate 430 (I-430) is a 12.93 miles (20.81 km) long Interstate highway in Pulaski County, Arkansas that bypasses the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock. I-430 begins at an interchange southwest of Downtown Little Rock with I-30, U.S. Route 67 (U.S. 67) and U.S. 70 and travels north to cross the Arkansas River and end at I-40 and U.S. 65. The first plans for the freeway appeared in 1955.

The highway continues to the northeast to an interchange with Interstate 55, which form a concurrency east for 3.1 miles (5.0 km). I-40 continues east onto the Hernando De Soto Bridge over the Mississippi River. The Tennessee border is at the midpoint of the river, and Memphis, Tennessee begins at the east side of the bridge. [15]

Interstate 55 (I-55) is a north–south Interstate Highway that has a 72.22-mile (116.23 km) section in the U.S. state of Arkansas connecting sections in Tennessee and Missouri. The route enters Arkansas on the Memphis & Arkansas Bridge over the Mississippi River from Memphis. It travels northward through northeast Arkansas connecting the cities of West Memphis and Blytheville. I-55 continues into Missouri heading to St. Louis, Missouri. The highway overlaps Interstate 40 in West Memphis and has a junction with Interstate 555, a spur route to Jonesboro, in Turrell. For the majority of its routing through Arkansas, I-55 generally follows U.S. Route 61.

Mississippi River largest river system in North America

The Mississippi River is the second-longest river and chief river of the second-largest drainage system on the North American continent, second only to the Hudson Bay drainage system. Its source is Lake Itasca in northern Minnesota and it flows generally south for 2,320 miles (3,730 km) to the Mississippi River Delta in the Gulf of Mexico. With its many tributaries, the Mississippi's watershed drains all or parts of 32 U.S. states and two Canadian provinces between the Rocky and Appalachian mountains. The main stem is entirely within the United States; the total drainage basin is 1,151,000 sq mi (2,980,000 km2), of which only about one percent is in Canada. The Mississippi ranks as the fourth-longest and fifteenth-largest river by discharge in the world. The river either borders or passes through the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Louisiana.

Tennessee State of the United States of America

Tennessee is a state located in the southeastern region of the United States. Tennessee is the 36th largest and the 16th most populous of the 50 United States. Tennessee is bordered by Kentucky to the north, Virginia to the northeast, North Carolina to the east, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi to the south, Arkansas to the west, and Missouri to the northwest. The Appalachian Mountains dominate the eastern part of the state, and the Mississippi River forms the state's western border. Nashville is the state's capital and largest city, with a 2017 population of 667,560 and a 2017 metro population of 1,903,045. Tennessee's second largest city is Memphis, which had a population of 652,236 in 2017.

History

Exit list

CountyLocationmikmExitDestinationsNotes
Crawford Fort Smith 0.000.00I-40.svg I-40 west Oklahoma City Continuation into Oklahoma
0.03–
0.70
0.048–
1.13
1 Dora, Fort Smith Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Van Buren 3.125.023Lee Creek Road
5.268.475Arkansas 59.svg AR 59  Van Buren, Siloam Springs
7.3511.837I-540.svgUS 71 (AR).svg I-540 south / US 71 south Van Buren, Fort Smith Western end of US 71 concurrency; I-540 south to US 271; I-540 exits 0A-B, northern terminus; tri-stack interchange.
Alma 12.2619.7312I-49.svg I-49  Fayetteville, Texarkana I-49 to I-40 east exit 20; temporary southern end of I-49 segment; to use AR 549 freeway in Fort Smith; I-49 south to Texarkana not yet built besides AR 549.
Former northern branch of I-540
13.2521.3213US 71 (AR).svg US 71 north Alma Eastern end of US 71 concurrency
Mulberry 20.0032.1920 Dyer, Mulberry
23.9538.5424Arkansas 215.svg AR 215  Mulberry
Franklin Ozark 34.5255.5535Arkansas 23.svg AR 23  Ozark, Huntsville
37.2659.9637Arkansas 219.svg AR 219  Ozark
Wiederkehr Village 40.8365.7141Arkansas 186.svg AR 186  Altus
Johnson 46.4074.6747Arkansas 164.svg AR 164  Hartman, Coal Hill
Clarksville 54.7088.0355US 64 (AR).svgArkansas 109.svg US 64 to AR 109  Hartman, Scranton, Clarksville
57.0191.7557Crawford Street
58.0593.4258Arkansas 103.svgArkansas 21.svg AR 103 to AR 21  Clarksville
Lamar 63.68102.4864US 64 (AR).svg US 64  Lamar
Knoxville 66.47106.9767Arkansas 315.svg AR 315  Knoxville
Pope London 73.84118.8374Arkansas 333.svg AR 333  London
77.61124.9078US 64 (AR).svg US 64  Russellville
Russellville 80.90130.2081Arkansas 7.svg AR 7 (Arkansas Avenue) Russellville Arkansas Scenic 7 Byway
82.99133.5683Arkansas 326.svg AR 326 (Weir Road) Russellville
83.97135.1484Arkansas 331.svgUS 64 (AR).svg AR 331 to US 64  Russellville
Pottsville 87.99141.6188Arkansas 363.svg AR 363  Pottsville
Atkins 93.71150.8194Arkansas 105.svg AR 105  Atkins
Conway 100.53161.79101 Blackwell
Morrilton 106.33171.12107Arkansas 95.svg AR 95  Morrilton
107.83173.54108Arkansas 9.svg AR 9  Morrilton
Plumerville 112.33180.78112Arkansas 92.svg AR 92 north Plumerville
Menifee 117.37188.89117 Menifee
Faulkner Conway 123.40198.59124Arkansas 25.svg AR 25 north Conway, WoosterAs of May 1, 2008 this exit now includes on-ramps and off-ramps in both directions.
124.94201.07125US 65 (AR).svgUS 65B (AR).svg US 65 north / US 65B south Greenbrier, Harrison, Conway Western end of US 65 concurrency
126.59203.73127US 64 (AR).svg US 64  Vilonia, Conway, Beebe
128.53206.85129US 65B (AR).svgArkansas 286.svgArkansas 60.svg US 65B north / AR 286 (Dave Ward Drive) to AR 60 Signed as exits 129A (east) and 129B (north/west) westbound
Gold Creek 132.14212.66132Arkansas 365.svg AR 365  Gold Creek
Mayflower 135.27217.70135Arkansas 89.svgArkansas 365.svg AR 89 to AR 365  Mayflower
Pulaski 142.17228.80142Arkansas 365.svg AR 365  Morgan, Maumelle
North Little Rock 147.18–
147.42
236.86–
237.25
147I-430.svg I-430 south Texarkana I-430 exits 13A-B
148.01238.20148Arkansas 100.svg AR 100 (Crystal Hill Road)
150.16241.66150 Burns Park
151.85244.38152Arkansas 365.svg AR 365  Levy Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
151.91244.48152AArkansas 176.svg AR 176  Levy Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
152.70245.75153AArkansas 107.svg AR 107 north (JFK Boulevard)No eastbound entrance from northbound JFK Boulevard; southern terminus of AR 107
153.02246.26153BI-30.svgUS 65 (AR).svgUS 67 (AR).svgUS 167 (AR).svg I-30 west / US 65 south / US 67 south / US 167 south Little Rock Eastern terminus of I-30; eastern end of US 65 concurrency; western end of US 67/US 167 concurrency; I-30 exits 143A-B; left exit westbound.
154.11248.02154 Lakewood Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
154.61248.82155I-57 (Future).svgUS 67 (AR).svgUS 167 (AR).svg Future I-57 north / US 67 north / US 167 north Little Rock AFB, Jacksonville Eastern end of US 67/US 167 concurrency; future southern terminus of I-57
155.55250.33156Springhill Drive — Baptist Health Medical Center-NLR
156.32251.57157Arkansas 161.svg AR 161  Prothro Junction
158.73255.45159I-440.svgArkansas 440.svg I-440 west / AR 440 east Jacksonville, Texarkana I-440 exits 11A-B.
160.60258.46161Arkansas 391.svg AR 391  Galloway
Lonoke 164.58264.87165Kerr Road
168.35270.93169Arkansas 15.svg AR 15 (Remington Road)
Lonoke 172.87278.21173Arkansas 89.svg AR 89  Lonoke
174.35280.59175Arkansas 31.svg AR 31  Lonoke, Beebe
Carlisle 182.25293.30183Arkansas 13.svg AR 13  Carlisle
Prairie Hazen 192.93310.49193US 63 (AR).svgArkansas 11.svg US 63 south / AR 11  Hazen, Des Arc Western end of US 63 concurrency
201.91324.94202Arkansas 33.svg AR 33  Biscoe, De Valls Bluff
Monroe Brinkley 215.42346.68216US 49 (AR).svgArkansas 17.svg US 49 to AR 17  Brinkley, Cotton Plant
St. Francis Wheatley 220.70355.18221Arkansas 78.svg AR 78  Wheatley, Marianna
Palestine 232.88374.78233Arkansas 261.svg AR 261  Palestine
238.72384.18239Arkansas 1.svg AR 1  Wynne, Marianna
Forrest City 240.40386.89241Arkansas 1B.svg AR 1B  Forrest City, Wynne Signed as exits 241A (south) and 241B (north)
241.42388.53242Arkansas 284.svg AR 284 (Crowley's Ridge Road)
246.70397.03247Arkansas 38.svg AR 38 east Hughes, Widener
255.86411.77256Arkansas 75.svg AR 75  Parkin
259.51417.64260Arkansas 149.svg AR 149  Earle
Crittenden Jennette 264.67425.95265Arkansas 218.svgUS 79 (AR).svg AR 218 to US 79  Hughes
West Memphis 270.78435.78271Arkansas 147.svg AR 147
274.81442.26275Arkansas 118.svg AR 118 (College Boulevard)
276.14444.40276Arkansas 77.svg To AR 77 (Missouri Street) / Rich RoadEastbound exit only
276.70445.31277I-55.svgUS 61 (AR).svgUS 63 (AR).svgUS 64 (AR).svg I-55 / US 61 / US 63 north / US 64 west Blytheville, Jonesboro, St. Louis Eastern end of US 63 concurrency; western end of I-55/US 61/US 64 concurrency, south exit 8
277.22446.14278Arkansas 77.svgArkansas 191.svg AR 77 (Missouri Street) / AR 191 (7th Street)
279.11449.185Ingram BoulevardExit number follows I-55; provides access for motorists merging onto I-40 from I-55
279.37449.60279BI-55.svgUS 61 (AR).svgUS 64 (AR).svg I-55 / US 61 south / US 64 east Memphis, Jackson MS Eastern end of I-55/US 61/US 64 concurrency, north exit 5; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
278.97448.96279AIngram Boulevard
280.18450.91280Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Drive
280.68451.71281Arkansas 131.svg AR 131 (Mound City Road)Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
284.03457.10I-40.svg I-40  Memphis, Nashville Hernando de Soto Bridge crossing; Tennessee state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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Highway 50 is a designation for two east–west state highways in northeast Arkansas. A western route of 27.96 miles (45.00 km) runs east from St. Francis County Route 415 (CR 415) to Highway 147 near Anthonyville. A second route of 15.84 miles (25.49 km) begins at US Route 70 (US 70) and runs east to Highway 77 in Clarkedale.

Arkansas Highway 149 highway in Arkansas

Highway 149 is a north–south state highway in northeast Arkansas. The route of 41.28 miles (66.43 km) runs from Highway 38 in Hughes north across Interstate 40/US Route 63 (I-40/US 63) to I-555/US 63/US 63 Business (I-555/US 63/US 63B) in Marked Tree.

References

  1. Planning and Research Division (2010). "Arkansas Road Log Database". Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Archived from the original (Database) on June 23, 2011. Retrieved June 9, 2011.
  2. 1 2 General Highway Map, Crawford County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2011. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  3. General Highway Map, Washington County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2010. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  4. General Highway Map, Benton County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2010. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  5. General Highway Map, Franklin County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2011. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  6. General Highway Map, Johnson County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2010. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  7. General Highway Map, Pope County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2006. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  8. General Highway Map, Conway County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2008. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  9. 1 2 General Highway Map, Faulkner County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  10. 1 2 3 4 General Highway Map, Pulaski County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  11. General Highway Map, Lonoke County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2010. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  12. 1 2 General Highway Map, Prairie County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2008. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  13. General Highway Map, Monroe County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  14. General Highway Map, St. Francis County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2007. Retrieved November 15, 2011.
  15. 1 2 General Highway Map, Crittenden County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2011.

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