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<data>
<angel-for-a-day>
<section id="18" handle="angel-for-a-day">Angel For a Day</section>
<entry id="185">
<anon>Yes</anon>
<title handle="rthhfdghdf">rthhfdghdf</title>
<dates>
<date timeline="1" type="exact">
<start iso="2017-07-06T00:00:00+01:00" timestamp="1499295600" time="00:00" weekday="4" offset="+0100">2017-07-06</start>
</date>
</dates>
</entry>
<entry id="184">
<anon>No</anon>
<title handle="bob">Bob</title>
<dates>
<date timeline="3" type="exact">
<start iso="2017-07-28T00:00:00+01:00" timestamp="1501196400" time="00:00" weekday="5" offset="+0100">2017-07-28</start>
</date>
<date timeline="1" type="range">
<start iso="2017-07-05T00:00:00+01:00" timestamp="1499209200" time="00:00" weekday="3" offset="+0100">2017-07-05</start>
<end iso="2017-07-08T00:00:00+01:00" timestamp="1499468400" time="00:00" weekday="6" offset="+0100">2017-07-08</end>
</date>
<date timeline="2" type="range">
<start iso="2017-07-19T00:00:00+01:00" timestamp="1500418800" time="00:00" weekday="3" offset="+0100">2017-07-19</start>
<end iso="2017-07-20T00:00:00+01:00" timestamp="1500505200" time="00:00" weekday="4" offset="+0100">2017-07-20</end>
</date>
</dates>
</entry>
</angel-for-a-day>
</data>
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