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1948consecrationsovervieweng 100%

The Creation of the Matthewite Hierarchy       On the 26th of August 1948, Bishop Matthew of Bresthena together with  only a handful of clergy consisting of only one archpriest, six archimandrites,  seven  hieromonks  and  two  priests  (hardly  anything  compared  to  the  remaining  four  bishops  and  300+  Old  Calendarist  priests  alive  in  Greece  at  this time), decided that Bishop Matthew was permitted to create a provisional  “Holy  Synod”  with  himself  as  president  and  four  priests  (who  he  was  to  select)  to  be  members.  Bishop  Matthew  selected  the  four  priest‐members  of  his  provisional  “Holy  Synod”  to  be  Fr.  Gideon  Pasios,  Fr.  Eugene  Tombros,  Fr. Athanasius Anestis and Fr. Callistus Makris.       On  the  28th  of  August  1949,  Bishop  Matthew  together  with  the  four  priest‐members  of  his  provisional  “Holy  Synod”  took  part  in  the  election  of  one of the members, Fr. Gideon Pasios, to fill the roll of “Bishop of Trimythus  in  Cyprus.”  Bishop  Matthew  then  performed  the  consecration  with  five  archimandrites, seven hieromonks and one archpriest serving as “witnesses”  in  the  place  of  a  second  bishop  (since  Bishop  Matthew  was  the  only  bishop  present  at  the  consecration,  just  as  he  was  the  only  bishop  present  at  the  election). The consecration took place at Prophet Elias chapel, Kroniza, Attica.  At  the  consecration,  Fr.  Gideon  was  renamed  Spyridon,  so  that  he  became  “Bishop Spyridon of Trimythus.”      In the next few weeks, Bishops Matthew of Bresthena and Spyridon of  Trimythus took part in the elections and consecrations of Bishops Andrew of  Patras, Demetrius of Thessalonica and Callistus of Corinth.    Standing (left to right):

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anonymoustao 99%

Matthew 13:1-9, Mark 4:1-9, Luke 8:4-8 2.

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Revolutionary Way Book 98%

BY MATTHEW TARKINGTON © 2013 Tarkington, Matthew D.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/05/01/revolutionary-way-book/

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EarlyFactionalismofGOCeng 96%

The Division of the G.O.C. Into Factions      The first division among the Old Calendarists occurred in 1936, when  three  of  the  seven  bishops  returned  to  the  New  Calendarist  State  Church  of  Greece.  The  fallen  hierarchs  were  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  Demetriou  of  Zacynthus, Bishop Christopher Hatziz of Megara and Bishop Polycarp Liosis  of  Diaulia.  The  remaining  hierarchs  of  the  Synod  of  the  Genuine  Orthodox  Church  of  Greece  were  Metropolitan  Germanus  Mavromatis  of  Demetrias,  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  Kavouridis  of  Florina,  Bishop  Germanus  Varykopoulos of the Cyclades and Bishop Matthew Karpathakis of Bresthena.      The second division among the Old Calendarists also occurred in 1936,  when the government‐recognized entity of the “Religious Community of the  Genuine  Orthodox  Christians”  (a  group  of  laymen  theoloigians  without  any  bishops or priests) severed communion with the President of the Holy Synod,  Metropolitan Germanus, and also severed communion with all the remaining  hierarchs of the Synod, and went off alone, forming a parasynagogue.      The third division among the Old Calendarists occurred in September  1937,  when  Bishop  Matthew  of  Bresthena  severed  communion  with  the  Synodal  President,  Metropolitan  Germanus,  and  instead  formed  his  own  party, and took over the leadership of the schismatic “Religious Community  of  the  Genuine  Orthodox  Christians”  which  had  severed  communion  from  the  Church a year earlier. Bishop Matthew left for ecclesiological reasons.      The fourth division occurred in October 1937, when Bishop Germanus  of  the  Cyclades  severed  communion  with  the  President  of  the  Holy  Synod,  Metropolitan Germanus of Demetrias, and instead joined Bishop Matthew.      The  fifth  division  occurred  in  1942,  when  Bishops  Germanus  of  the  Cyclades  and  Matthew  of  Bresthena  severed  communion  with  one  another  due  to  dogmatic  reasons.  Bishop  Germanus  of  Cyclades  condemned  Bishop  Matthew for his writings and publications, which included a statement that if  it were not for the birth of St. John Chrysostom, there would have needed to  be a “second incarnation of Christ,” and another statement that Christ’s teeth  were  supposedly  broken,  etc.  Bishop  Matthew  retaliated  against  this  by  stating  that  Bishop  Germanus  was  guilty  of  blaspheming  against  King  Abgar’s  letter  to  Christ,  and  the  response  from  Christ  to  Abgar,  and  for  mocking the “symbols of the Theotokos” that Bishop Matthew had published  in his book “Garden of Graces.”       The sixth division among the Old Calendarists occurred in 1943, when  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina  severed  communion  with  the  Synodal  President, Metropolitan Germanus of Demetrias, due to political reasons.      In other words, by 1943, there were four Old Calendarist bishops, and  four factions! Each of the four bishops was the “president” of his own faction.  Unfortunately,  these  hierarchs  managed  to  preserve  themselves  from  new  calendarism, but they fell into the passion of factionalism, a passion that still  runs  wild  among  the  Old  Calendarist  hierarchs  even  today.  This  is  what  occurs  when  bishops  are  led  by  their  passions,  make  hasty  decisions  to  condemn their brothers, and make themselves leaders of their own parties.      In  1946,  this  factionalism  began  to  come  to  an  end  when  Bishops  Christopher and Polycarp returned to the Old Calendar and joined the Synod  of  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina.  Soon  after  this,  Bishop  Germanus  of  the Cyclades also began meeting with the above three bishops for the sake of  reuniting all the factions of the Old Calendarists of Greece. However, he was  placed in prison from 1947 to 1949, and it was not until he was released that  he  joined  formally  with  the  Synod  of  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina.  The only bishop who remained separated was Bishop Matthew of Bresthena,  mainly for ecclesiological reasons, but he was much more open to unity than  were those immediately surrounding him.      The  below  photograph  is  of  Metropolitan  Chrysostom  of  Florina  and  Bishops  Germanus  of  Cyclades,  Christopher  of  Megaris  and  Polycarp  of  Diaulia  in  1946,  when  the  factionalism  began  to  end  and  a  united  Synod  began to form again (with the exclusion of Bishop Matthew who did not meet  in person with any of the remaining hierarchs).      Germanus of Cyclades, Chrysostom of Florina, Christopher of Megaris, Polycarp of Diaulia  

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Bible Study Outline and Songs.Printout 96%

What are the “talent principles” we will discover during our study of Matthew 25:14-30, and how will each one allow us to become better stewards of Christ’s Kingdom?

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2020/04/18/bible-study-outline-and-songsprintout/

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Good Friday bulletin 2018 96%

How Deep the Father’s Love for Us Jesus’ Betrayal Announced (Matthew 26:20-25) The First Lord’s Supper (Matthew 26:26-29) Observance of the Lord’s Supper Chorus:

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/03/27/good-friday-bulletin-2018/

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2048 s15 ms 12 95%

Page 2 1 Mark Scheme Cambridge O Level – May/June 2015 Syllabus 2048 Paper 12 (a) Matthew 9:9–13 Jesus saw Matthew at tax collector’s booth;

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Su-Al-Question-to-the-Heads-of-Christianity 95%

ِ ‫بـِـس ِم‬ ِ ‫الر ْح‬ ‫الرِحيـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ـ ِم‬ َّ ‫من‬ َّ ‫اهلل‬ ْ Su’al (Questions) To the Heads of Nasrani’een (Christians) By Abu Dawud Juned Ibn ‘Abdul Dhahir Q1] Your reverences, is it befitting that God is overcome by the Devil, meaning God is someone that has no defects, if I’m correct, as stated in Matthew/ 4 / Verse 1-10, that we read that Jesus, The God or As the Christians say The Son of God, was taken away by the Devil, and the strange thing that I found your Reverences is that Jesus fasted for forty days, this is worship and he became hungry this is a defect and he said as stated at the end of the last verse, that it is written, “Worship The Lord your God and serve him only.” Therefore is Jesus the God that deserves to be worshiped or it is his Lord The God that deserved to be worship?

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Shepler.Plaintiff Letter to Attorney Michael Ira Braverman 94%

MATTHEW STEPHEN SHEPLER 90 Church Street (Church Street Station) P.O.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2018/06/13/sheplerplaintiff-letter-to-attorney-michael-ira-braverman/

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contracerycii01 93%

CAN FASTING MAKE ONE “WORTHY” TO COMMUNE?    In the first paragraph of his first letter to Fr. Pedro, Bp. Kirykos writes:  “...  according  to  the  tradition  of  our  Fathers  (and  that  of  Bishop  Matthew  of  Bresthena),  all  Christians,  who  approach  to  receive  Holy  Communion,  must  be  suitably prepared, in order to worthily receive the body and blood of the Lord. This  preparation indispensably includes fasting according to one’s strength.” To further  prove that he interprets this worthiness as being based on fasting, Metropolitan  Kirykos  continues  further  down  in  reference  to  his  unhistorical  understanding  about the  early  Christians:  “They fasted  in the fine and  broader  sense, that is, they were worthy to commune.”    Here Bp. Kirykos tries to fool the reader by stating the absolutely false  notion  that  the  Holy  Fathers  (among  them  St.  Matthew  of  Bresthena)  supposedly agree with his unorthodox views. The truth is that not one single  Holy Father of the Orthodox Church agrees with Bp. Kirykosʹs views, but in  fact, many of them condemn these views as heretical. And as for referring to  St.  Matthew  of  Bresthena,  this  is  extremely  misleading,  which  is  why  Bp.  Kirykos  was  unable  to  provide  a  quote.  In  reality,  St.  Matthew’s  five‐page‐ long treatise on Holy Communion, published in 1933, repeatedly stresses the  importance  of  receiving  Holy  Communion  frequently  and  does  not  mention  any  such  pre‐communion  fast  at  all.  He  only  mentions  that  one  must  go  to  confession,  and  that  confession  is  like  a  second  baptism  which  washes  the  soul and prepares it for communion. If St. Matthew really thought a standard  week‐long  pre‐communion  fast  for  all  laymen  was  paramount,  he  certainly  would have mentioned it somewhere in his writings. But in the hundreds of  pages  of  writings  by  St.  Matthew  that  have  been  collected,  no  mention  is  made of such a fast. The reason for this is because St. Matthew was a Kollyvas  Father  just  as  was  his  mentor,  St.  Nectarius  of  Aegina.  Also,  the  fact  St.  Matthew left Athos and preached throughout Greece and Asia Minor during  his earlier life, is another example of his imitation of the Kollyvades Fathers.    As  much  as  Bp.  Kirykos  would  like  us  to  think  that  the  Holy  Fathers  preach that a Christian, simply by fasting, can somehow “worthily receive the  body  and  blood  of  the  Lord,”  the  Holy  Fathers  of  the  Orthodox  Church  actually  teach  quite  clearly  that  NO  ONE  is  worthy  of  Holy  Communion,  except by the grace of God Himself. Whether someone eats oil on a Saturday  or  doesnʹt  eat  oil,  cannot  be  the  deciding  point  of  a  person’s  supposed  “worthiness.”  In  fact,  even  fasting,  confession,  prayer,  and  all  other  things  donʹt  come  to  their  fulfillment  in  the  human  soul  until  one  actually  receives  Holy  Communion.  All  of  these  things  such  as  fasting,  prayers,  prostrations,  repentance,  etc,  do  indeed  help  one  quench  his  passions,  but  they  by  no  means make him “worthy.” Yes, we confess our sins to the priest. But the sins  aren’t loosened from our soul until the priest reads the prayer of pardon, and  the  sins  are  still  not  utterly  crushed  until  He  who  conquered  death  enters  inside the human soul through the Mystery of Holy Communion. That is why  Christ  said  that  His  Body  and  Blood  are  shed  “for  the  remission  of  sins.”  (Matthew 26:28).     Fasting  is  there  to  quench  our  passions  and  prevent  us  from  sinning,  confession is there so that we can recall our sins and repent of them, but it is  the  Mysteries  of  the  Church  that  operate  on  the  soul  and  grant  to  it  the  “worthiness” that the human soul can by no means attain by itself. Thus, the  Mystery  of  Pardon  loosens  the  sins,  and  the  Mystery  of  Holy  Communion  remits  the  sins.  For  of  the  many  Mysteries  of  the  Church,  the  seven  highest  mysteries have this very purpose, namely, to remit the sins of mankind by the  Divine  Economy.  Thus,  Baptism  washes  away  the  sins  from  the  soul,  while  Chrism  heals  anything  ailing  and  fills  all  voids.  Thus,  Absolution  washes  away the sins, while Communion heals the soul and body and fills it with the  grace of God. Thus, Unction cures the maladies of soul and body, causing the  body  and  soul  to  no  longer  be  divided  but  united  towards  a  life  in  Christ;  while Marriage (or Monasticism) confirms the plurality of persons or sense of  community that God desired when he said of old “Be fruitful and multiply”  (or in the case of Monasticism, “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for  brethren  to  dwell  together  in  unity!”).  Finally,  the  Mystery  of  Priesthood  is  the  authority  given  by  Christ  for  all  of  these  Mysteries  to  be  administered.  Certainly, it is an Apostolic Tradition for mankind to be prepared by fasting  before  receiving  any  of  the  above  Mysteries,  be  it  Baptism,  Chrism,  Absolution,  Communion,  Unction,  Marriage  or  Priesthood.  But  this  act  of  fasting itself does not make anyone “worthy!”    If  someone  thinks  they  are  “worthy”  before  approaching  Holy  Communion,  then  the  Holy  Communion  would  be  of  no  positive  affect  to  them.  In  actuality,  they  will  consume  fire  and  punishment.  For  if  anyone  thinks  that  their  own  works  make  themselves  “worthy”  before  the  eyes  of  God, then surely Christ would have died in vain. Christ’s suffering, passion,  death  and  Resurrection would have  been  completely unnecessary.  As Christ  said,  “They  that  be  whole  need  not  a  physician,  but  they  that  are  sick  (Matthew 9:12).” If a person truly thinks that by not partaking of oil/wine on  Saturday,  in  order  to  commune  on  Sunday,  that  this  has  made  them  “worthy,”  then  by  merely  thinking  such  a  thing  they  have  already  proved  themselves unworthy of Holy Communion. In fact, they are deniers of Christ,  deniers  of  the  Cross  of  Christ,  and  deniers  of  their  own  salvation  in  Christ.  They  rather  believe  in  themselves  as  their  own  saviors.  They  are  thus  no  longer Christians but humanists.     But  is  humanism  a  modern  notion,  or  has  it  existed  before  in  the  history  of  the  Church?  In  reality,  the  devil  has  hurled  so  many  heresies  against  the  Church  that  he  has  run  out  of  creativity.  Thus,  the  traps  and  snares he sets are but fancy recreations of ancient heresies already condemned  by the Church. The humanist notions entertained by Bp. Kirykos are actually  an offshoot of an ancient heresy known as Pelagianism. 

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The Olivet Discourse (verse by verse) (2) 93%

Scholtz says, “​[It] is complex and difficult to interpret, but crucial to any preaching about eschatology.”5 ​ The discourse is in the three synoptic gospels, but the most developed account of the three is Matthew’s, since it contains a prelude (Matthew 23), and three parables not seen in the other two synoptics (Matthew 25).

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2019/01/18/the-olivet-discourse-verse-by-verse-2/

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OL4 working with dstl 93%

Fullop DSTL, Roger Neal Smith DSTL false witness, Angela Howells DSTL false witness, Major Ronald Thomas Cunningham Harley DSTL false witness, Lynne Sheridan Reah DSTL, Andrew Hall DSTL false witness, Matthew J Parish DSTL, Sarah L.

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Shepler.Motion for extension of time 93%

17---cv 10254- ER Filed Document 38 ..,MEMO ENDORSED ‘ogElxi’B 10/OE4/18 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT MEMO DORSED 25:32:“?W ”0.52 SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK ENDORSED °f Pae Case Ne, i217nev=1025é MATTHEW STEPHEN (ER) (GTE?

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20161007 Weather USA LAX Los Angeles 92%

 UV 0 Low RECORDS ON THIS DATE IN LOS ANGELES, CA Record Low °F 54 Los Angeles Short Term Forecast  Thu Overnight Fri Morning Fri Afternoon Fri Evening Cloudy with clear breaks Mainly cloudy Mainly cloudy Mainly cloudy 18 20 °C °C 33 °C 24 Record High °F 1954 99 1971 HURRICANE MATTHEW COVERAGE Hurricane Matthew forecast to strengthen as it hits Florida.

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12/10/2016 www.pdf-archive.com

PZO1131E 92%

997384 997384 paizo.com #3572021, Matthew Rawson <matty_g-b@hotmail.co.uk>, May 12, 2015 4875393 997384 aThfINder aTHfINder PaTHfINDer UNcHaINed 4875393 paizo.com #3572021, Matthew Rawson <matty_g-b@hotmail.co.uk>, May 12, 2015 4875393 997385 997385 paizo.com #3572021, Matthew Rawson <matty_g-b@hotmail.co.uk>, May 12, 2015 aTHfINder PpaTHfINDer NcHaINed UNcHaINeD 4875394 4875394 997385 paizo.com #3572021, Matthew Rawson <matty_g-b@hotmail.co.uk>, May 12, 2015 4875394 997386 997386 4875395 4875395 paizo.com #3572021, Matthew Rawson <matty_g-b@hotmail.co.uk>, May 12, 2015 aThFINder aTHfINDer UNcHaINed PaTHfINder CREDITS Lead Designer • Jason Bulmahn Designers • Logan Bonner, Stephen Radney-MacFarland, and Mark Seifter Authors • Dennis Baker, Jesse Benner, Ross Beyers, Logan Bonner, Jason Bulmahn, Robert Emerson, Tim Hitchcock, Jason Nelson, Tom Phillips, Stephen Radney-MacFarland, Thomas M.

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2015/11/15/pzo1131e/

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MatthewBresthenaReBaptismEng 92%

The Position of Bp. Kirykos Regarding Re‐Baptism  Differs From the Position of Bp. Matthew of Bresthena    When  Bp.  Kirykos  receives  New  Calendarists,  Florinites,  ROCOR  faithful,  etc,  under  his  omophorion,  he  insists  on  rebaptising  them  even  if  they  had  already  been  baptized  in  the  correct  form  of  triple  immersion  and  invocation of the Holy Trinity. He insists on doing this due to his belief that  he  is  the  only  valid  bishop  left  on  earth  and  that  anyone  baptized  out  of  communion  with  him,  even  if  baptized  in  the  correct  form,  is  in  need  of  re‐ baptism by his hands. But was this the position of Bp. Matthew of Bresthena?    In  1937,  Bp.  Matthew  of  Bresthena  issued  an  Encyclical  in  which  he  declared the following:    “…We  knock  against  the  slander  that  supposedly  we  re‐baptize  or  request the repetition of the service of marriage. We request only, according to  our  sacred  obligation,  as  Genuine  Orthodox  Christians,  to  follow  the  Sacred  Ecclesiastical  Tradition,  and  according  to  which,  we  must  guide  the  faithful  towards  salvific  pastures,  and  thus  to  those  approaching  the  Genuine  Orthodox  Church,  those  who  are  of  age  we  receive  by  libellus,  as  for  the  children which were baptized by Schismatics, we re‐chrismate them according  to the 1st Canon of St. Basil the Great.”    So  there  you  have  it.  Bishop  Matthew  of  Bresthena  adhered  to  the  correct practice of the Second and Quinisext Ecumenical Councils, and of St.  Basil the Great, whereby he received New Calendarist converts to his Synod  only  by  chrismation,  and  sometimes  only  by  mere  libellus,  because  the  converts had already received the correct form of baptism. This clearly correct  method  is  that  practiced  today  by  the  Kiousis  Synod,  Makarios  Synod,  Nicholas  Synod,  Gregorians,  Maximites,  HOCNA,  Tikhonites,  Valentinites,  ROCIE, etc. Almost every Old Calendarist Synod adheres to the Patristic use  of  receiving  Orthodox  converts  by  chrismation.  Thus  all  of  these  Synods  prove by their methods to be truly “Matthewite,” since they adhere to Bishop  Matthew’s  practice.  Only  Bp.  Kirykos  has  fallen  from  this  principle  and  has  ignored the Patristic Matthewite approach, by beginning to “re‐baptize” those  who are already baptized in the canonical form of triple immersion! 

https://www.pdf-archive.com/2014/09/23/matthewbresthenarebaptismeng/

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ORIGINAL INFORMATION PROVIDED TO THE REQUESTOR 91%

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PATRICK C $74,057.02 BUSCH, ROBERT T $73,781.19 CARBAUGH III, ROBERT E $74,057.02 CASHATT, TALDEN M $74,057.02 CASTILLO, YAMIL $74,057.02 CHRISTENSEN, MARK B $74,057.02 CLEMENS JR, DENNIS L $74,057.02 CLOUSER, DAVID D $60,654.80 COLE JR, COREY E $74,057.02 COLLINS, LOUIS A $80,215.83 CONJOUR, ALICIA M $80,215.83 CONWAY IV, JOSEPH L $74,057.02 CORREA, CHRISTIE LYNN $78,379.89 CRUZ JR, PEDRO A $74,057.02 CRUZ, ANTHONY S $58,014.51 CUNNINGHAM II, THOMAS R $74,057.02 D'ARGENIO, THURMAN A $74,057.02 DE LA IGLESIA, ALEX M $74,057.02 DEAN, MARK J DENNIS, ADAM H DEVINE, RODERICK DEWALT, JACK M DIAZ GONZALEZ, VICTOR R DIEHL, CHRISTOPHER R DIEHL, MATTHEW A FAUST, JOSHUA R FEGELY, ANDREW J FERRARO, RAYMOND T FEY, RANDY J FIORILLO, STEPHEN C FITZSIMMONS, EDWARD D FLORES, ROBERT FLYTE, DEAN D FRENCH, KYLE A FRITZINGER, LEONARD P GARCIA, LUIZ D GEAKE, MATTHEW D GLENNY, JACOBY P GOGEL, LEWIS D GOGEL, MELISSA L GOOD, MICHAEL R GRANITZ JR, GLENN E GRAVES, JOSEPH R GRESS, JAMES G GROSS JR, DANIEL J 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TORRES, MICHAEL A TOTH, SUZANNE J TUROCZI II, JOHN C VARGO, MATTHEW A VERNON, MATTHEW J VERNOTICA, MICHAEL C VIDAL, ARIEL E VILLA, MIGUEL A WALSH, GARY J WALZ, SCOT P WASILEWSKI, PETER W WEAVER, EVAN J WEGA, SAMSON D WEHR, RICHARD A WEISS, CHRISTOPHER R WESNESKI, JEFFREY WILCOX, JOHANN WESLEY WILLIAMS, MICHAEL D WILLIAMS, WILLIAM E WITTMAN, ZACHARY T YANDERS, TIMOTHY C YETTER, MICHAEL R ALSLEBEN, TONY-STEFAN DORNEY, GLEN A KEISER, JAMES E $74,057.02 $80,215.83 $74,057.02 $58,014.51 $84,227.57 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $80,215.83 $58,014.51 $78,379.89 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $58,014.51 $58,014.51 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $80,215.83 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $58,014.51 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $80,215.83 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $58,014.51 $74,057.02 $60,654.80 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $55,378.64 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $78,379.89 $74,057.02 $78,379.89 $58,014.51 $74,057.02 $74,057.02 $96,004.21 $123,165.00 $96,004.21 LAKE, WILLIAM J REINIK, WILLIAM C STRUSS, GAIL M VANGELO, STEPHEN F WIEDEMANN, DANIEL A $96,004.21 $100,803.96 $100,803.96 $96,004.21 $96,004.21

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