Malarbor says: Well, puny mortals, Malarbor has had a fine treat today. The first whole Voortrekker that I've had to devour in many a year. So long Paul Duit, as my roots burrowed into your flesh and rended you limb from limb, I felt as if our acquaintance was so fleeting that I hardly knew ye.

Talking to the Voortrekkers, did you know that the Kaiser's advisers, in a fit of demented generosity and a complete lack of strategic nous had offered to alienate the western portion of his patrimony to permit the recreation of a Batavian nation in the form of a condominium jointly administered with the Voortrekker government? Or that after twelve years (AN) of demonstrating good neighbourliness they would ceded the territory outright in return for scant territorial compensation in the lands stolen by the Voortrekkers from the Siyacha in central Benacia?

Happily for the Imperium, the insane generosity of the Imperial Advisory Council was matched only by the insane arrogance of the Voortrekkers presently ensconced in the Jing enclave of King's Worth. Where we saw prudent safeguards for the condominium, a joint garrison, a mechanism for arbitration, a pledge of good will, peaceful intent, and neutrality, they saw only unwarranted constraints upon their sovereignty. Rather than regain ancestral lands and their cultural patrimony, the Voortrekker community now proposes to uproot to the irradiated hell that is Eura.

Malarbor hopes that the Euran Death Worms enjoy their meals as much as he did.

On a partially related note, have you ever noticed how poultry farmers taste like chicken whilst cattle ranchers seldom taste of beef? Weird, huh?
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 Post subject: Comital Decree Nº 21 - LEX NATIONALIUM
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COMITAL DECREE Nº 21
LEX NATIONALIUM


FOR THE PURPOSE OF establishing an organized framework for the regulation of national identification, residency rights, and service obligations for persons living, wishing to live, or descending from those who have lived within the County Palatine of Kezan as well as those wishing to visit on a temporary basis.


      I. RIGHTS AND LIMITATIONS.

  1. All persons shall have access to public services while they are within the jurisdiction of the County Palatine of Kezan, irrespective of their civil status.
  2. A person with no other civil status in the County Palatine of Kezan, hereafter referred to as an alien, shall be prohibited from access to any part of the County Palatine other than the Liberty of Akis. Any alien found within the County Palatine of Kezan but outside of the Liberty of Akis shall be removed to the Liberty of Akis as soon as practicable.
  3. The External Affairs Bureau of the Ministry of State shall have the authority to eject an alien from the County Palatine of Kezan as well as prohibit their re-entry.

    II. OBTAINING VISITING STATUS.

  4. An alien may submit an application to the External Affairs Bureau for permission to visit the County Palatine of Kezan in person at the Liberty of Akis or in advance through a third-party agency.
  5. The External Affairs Bureau shall maintain an Office for Visitations for the purpose of evaluating applications and for the bestowal of visitor status.
  6. The External Affairs Bureau shall maintain a registry of all visitors, past and present, including personal identifying information and all available data regarding all of the person's visitations to the County Palatine of Kezan as well as to any other polities both within and without the Imperial Republic of Shireroth.
  7. A grant of visitor status shall specify a defined duration of time in which the grant is valid, counting from the date of issue until the specified duration has elapsed.
  8. While the grant of visitor status is valid, the visitor shall have permission to visit any locality within the County Palatine of Kezan and all areas therein not otherwise restricted by personal privacy or government restriction.
  9. Upon granting visitor status, the Office for Visitations shall issue a Visitor Identity Document for use by the visitor within the county Palatine of Kezan.
  10. Visitor status does not include permission to reside within the County Palatine of Kezan.
  11. Visitor status does not include permission to work within the County Palatine of Kezan.
  12. A visitor may request for the addition of a Working Visitor rider to be added to the Visitor Identity Document, which shall stipulate parameters within which the visitor may be permitted to be employed within the County Palatine of Kezan during their visitation.
  13. Visitation does not accumulate time towards naturalization.
  14. The Office of Visitations may summarily revoke a person's grant of visitor status before the permitted time has elapsed.

    III. HOUSEHOLD REGISTRIES.

  15. The Information Bureau of the Ministry of State shall maintain an Office for Household Registration for the purpose of maintaining a central registry for all Households registered within the County Palatine of Kezan as well as a central registry for all Residents of the County Palatine of Kezan.
  16. Each household registered within the County Palatine of Kezan shall be issued a Household Registry by the Office for Household Registration, which shall contain therein a record of vital statistics regarding the household and its membership.
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    1. Each Household Registry shall specify at least one Head of Household to hold power of attorney over the household. Additional Heads of Household may be designated.
    2. In the event that all Heads of Household become deceased, the eldest living member shall become the Head of Household.
    3. In the event that there are no members of the household of age, then the household shall have a guardian designated from another registered household until such time as the eldest living member becomes of age.
    4. In the event that the eldest living member is not legally competent, then the next-eldest living legally competent member shall become the Head of Household.
    5. In the event that there are no legally competent members of the household, then the household shall have a guardian designated in perpetuity.
    6. In the event that a household no longer has any living members, it shall be designated as inactive.
    7. Household guardians shall be designated by the locality wherein the household resides.
  18. Household-specific registry data shall include:
    1. Household Registry Identity number, unique key;
    2. Locale and Address of Primary Residence;
    3. Date and Circumstance of Registration, i.e. branched off from a previous household registry or created new at immigration;
    4. List of All Members, past and present, with registry number of household to which former members had transferred;
    5. List of All Head(s) of Household, past and present, with dates indicating when each member was made a Head of Household;
    6. Other Relevant Information.
  19. Individual-specific registry data, listed in the order given in §18.d, shall include the following information:
    1. Resident Identity Number, unique key;
    2. National Status;
    3. Legal Name, surname all-caps, given name(s) capitalized;
    4. Legal Gender;
    5. Genetic Progenitor(s), in order of contribution;
    6. Date of Birth;
    7. Place of Birth;
    8. Date of Death;
    9. Place of Death;
    10. Circumstances of Death;
    11. Date of Marriage;
    12. Name of Spouse;
    13. Date of Divorce;
    14. Name of Former Spouse;
    15. Other Relevant Information;
    16. Corrections, place to store old/corrected data.
  20. Individual-specific registry data (§19) shall be combined with additional identifying information to create and maintain an entry in the Resident Central Registry for that Resident.
  21. A household may submit one of the following applications to their local governing office in order to amend its registry:
    1. Creation of Branch Household, to create a new household with a new registry and specifies which member(s) of the parent household to relocate to the branch;
    2. Transfer of Member, to transfer a person from one existing household to another existing household;
    3. Addition of Member, to add a new member and member entry to the household registry from a source other than another household;
    4. Change to Head(s) of Household, to add to the list of Head(s) of Household from the list of household members;
    5. Amendment to Household Registry Not Otherwise Specified, to allow the household to amend/correct other modifiable sections of the household-specific data (i.e. §18.b,.e), changes to be recorded in §18.e;
    6. Addition of Major Event, to add a new entry to a member's list of major events;
    7. Amendment to Member Information, to allow the household to amend/correct modifiable member data (i.e. §19.c-.o), changes to be recorded in §19.p;
  22. A person who has membership in a household registered within the County Palatine of Kezan shall be considered Kezanese Residents for the duration of their residency.
  23. All Kezanese Residents shall be issued a Resident Identity Card by the Office for Household Registration, tied to their entry in the Resident Central Registry. Updated identity cards shall be issued if any of the identifying information contained therein is changed or otherwise every ten (10) years to update the photograph.
  24. All registered households shall be issued a copy of its Household Registry printed and bound at creation. Updated copies shall be issued when a revision has been processed by the Office for Household Registration.
  25. The External Affairs Bureau shall maintain an Office for Immigration at the Liberty of Akis for the purpose of evaluating applications for the granting of new residencies.
  26. A non-resident may become a Resident under either of the following conditions:
    1. application for the creation of a new household, including all specified members of that household;
    2. application by an existing household to add said non-resident, with the application specifying the circumstances (i.e. adoption, marriage, and/or inclusion of previously unregistered household members).
  27. Residency may be revoked by the External Affairs Bureau through the Information Bureau by the following means:
    1. revocation of the household registry and all its members;
    2. revocation of an individual person's membership to their household.
  28. Households without a Kezanese National as Head of Household shall be required to renew their residential status at regular intervals.
  29. Kezanese Residents shall have the right to reside within the County Palatine of Kezan;
  30. Kezanese Residents shall have the right to work within the County Palatine of Kezan;

    V. NATIONAL STATUS AND NATURALIZATION.

  31. A person shall be considered a Kezanese National under any of the following conditions:
    1. birth into a household registered within the County Palatine;
    2. birth to a parent who is a Kezanese National at the time of birth;
    3. birth to a deceased parent who, at the time of their death, was a Kezanese National;
    4. completion of the naturalization process.
  32. A Kezanese National by way of §31.b or §31.c shall be required to register their household if born outside of the County Palatine of Kezan in order to claim National status.
  33. A non-National may apply to the Information Bureau for naturalization if one fulfills all of the following conditions:
    1. membership in a household registered in the Count Palatine of Kezan;
    2. legal residence within the County Palatine for more than half (1/2) a year for five (5) consecutive years, according to the AN calendar;
    3. aged more than twenty years and have been determined to be legally competent;
    4. demonstration of good moral character and no criminal record;
    5. possession of sufficient property or professional skills in order to support oneself in a stable life;
    6. possession of basic proficiency in the national language and in the rights and obligations of Kezanese Nationals.
  34. The period of legal residence required in §33.b may be reduced to three (3) consecutive years if the one qualifies for any of the following conditions:
    1. current marriage to a Kezanese National or marriage to a Kezanese National who has since died and the non-National has not remarried since;
    2. Head of Household for a household that includes or guardianship over a Kezanese National who either is below the age of twenty (20) years or has been determined to be legally incompetent;
    3. adoption into a household whose Head of Household is a Kezanese National.
  35. Other conditions required in §33 may be reduced or waived on an individual basis by the Executive Council.
  36. The naturalization process is conducted by the Honour Court or Idassa City Court in coordination with the Information Bureau.
  37. Kezanese Nationals shall have the following rights and obligations:
    1. guaranteed permission to reside within the County Palatine of Kezan;
    2. guaranteed permission to work within the County Palatine of Kezan;
    3. guaranteed ability to petition the Executive Council of the County Palatine of Kezan;
    4. eligibility to serve in local government;
    5. eligibility to serve in a Commission of the Executive Council (see LEX AULAE COMITIS PALATINI, §11-14);
    6. fulfillment of the service obligation (see LEX QUIRITIUM, §7-12);
    7. eligibility to receive honours from the Court of the Count Palatine of Kezan.
  38. Naturalized Kezanese Nationals who are demonstrated to have falsified one or more qualifications for naturalization, as specified in §32-34, may have their status revoked and shall be considered for ejection from the County Palatine of Kezan.

    VI. REVISIONS IN INTERPRETATION TO PREVIOUS LAWS.

  39. All instances of the rights and responsibilities of "residents" as specified within the LEX AULAE COMITIS PALATINI and LEX QUIRITIUM shall apply solely to Nationals.
  40. All instances of the rights and responsibilities of "residents" as specified within the LEX COMITATUS shall apply to Residents, except for §29, which may only apply to Nationals.


At the Prefectura in the City of Shirekeep,
Mira of Octavius-Aryani
Count Palatine of Kezan

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 Post subject: Comital Decree Nº 22 - Revision of Symbols
PostPosted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 5:03 am 
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COMITAL DECREE Nº 22
Revision of Symbols


      LET IT BE KNOWN that:

  1. The Banner of Kezan (See Decree Nº 1) shall henceforth no longer be used in any official capacity by the County Palatine of Kezan.
  2. The Civil Flag of Kezan shall be five horizontal stripes of blue separated by and alternating with four horizontal stripes of white. The ratio between the width of the flag to its length shall be 3 to 5.
  3. The State Flag of Kezan shall be that of the Civil Flag, augmented by a steel-grey hoist. The hoist shall be charged with a light blue octopus edged in wrought iron. The octopus shall be centered in the upper half of the hoist. The ratio of the width of the flag to its length shall be 1 to 2. The ratio of the length of the hoist of the flag to the length of the flag shall be 1 to 4. The ratio of height of the octopus to the width of the flag shall be 1 to 3. The fly shall bear a ninety-degree triangular incision from corner to corner with the apex in the center.
  4. The Standard of the Kezan Militia shall be a blue field divided into five parts by four horizontal wavy white stripes, charged with a light blue octopus edged in wrought iron. The ratio of the width of the flag to its length shall be 1 to 1. The ratio of the height of the octopus to the width of the flag shall be 1 to 2. The Standard shall have a golden fringe along its edge.

    LET IT ALSO BE KNOWN that:

  5. Use of the Civil Flag shall be permitted for all persons. Civilian vessels registered to the County Palatine of Kezan shall be required to fly the Civil Flag as an ensign if no other maritime flag is used.
  6. Use of the State Flag shall be restricted to the Court of the Count Palatine and its constituent governing agencies as well as persons duly appointed to represent the interests of the County Palatine. All vessels operating under the authority of the Court of the Count Palatine shall be required to fly the State Flag as an ensign.
  7. Use of the Standard of the Kezan Militia shall be restricted to ceremonial functions conducted by the Kezan Militia.
  8. Use of the State Flag or of the Standard of the Kezan Militia by unauthorized persons or for unauthorized purposes shall be subject to a fine and potential imprisonment.
  9. Use of any flag disrespectfully shall be subject to a fine.
  10. Colors used in the Civil Flag, State Flag, and Standard shall be defined according to Hue, Saturation, Luminance level as follows:
    1. Blue: 211°, 50%, 31%;
    2. Light Blue: 200°, 55%, 52%;
    3. Steel-Grey: 211°, 20%, 78%;
    4. White: 0°, 100%, 100%;
    5. Wrought Iron: 0°, 0%, 0%.

At the Prefectura in the City of Shirekeep,
Mira of Octavius-Aryani
Count Palatine of Kezan


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State Flag of Kezan



Standard of the Kezan Militia


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 Post subject: Comital Decree Nº 23 - LEX DEMORUM
PostPosted: Thu Jun 14, 2018 7:26 pm 
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COMITAL DECREE Nº 23
LEX DEMORUM


IN ORDER TO regularize the local administrative structure of the County Palatine of Kezan, the following provisions are set forth:

    I: Ward Government

    § 1. The government of a ward shall possess only such authorities and responsibilities as distributed to it by Comital Decree or by order of the Ministry of State. If the manner of implementation, in which said authority and responsibility is to be administered, has not been specified, then the government of the ward shall have discretion to choose.

    § 2. Each ward shall maintain the following governing agencies:
      (a) an Assembly of the Ward,
      (b) a Standing Commission,
      (c) a Chancery,
      (d) a Ward Judiciary.

    II: Assembly of the Ward

    § 3. The Assembly of the Ward (hereafter the Assembly) shall be a popular assembly, from which the authority of the officers of the ward shall derive.

    § 4. All qualified residents within the ward shall be the voting body of the Assembly. Failure to participate shall result in a fine.

    § 5. Qualifications to participate in the Assembly are as follows:

    § 6. The fine for failure to participate in the Assembly may be waived for the following reasons:
      (a) travel outside of the ward,
      (b) illness or caring for the illness of another,
      (c) Militia reserve service,
      (d) providing services in support of the Assembly.

    § 7. The Assembly shall meet once every year for its regular session. The day shall be specified in local law. Extraordinary sessions may be called as necessary, either by the Standing Commission or the Chancery or by petition from the residents of the ward.

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      (a) A session of the Assembly shall be opened and conducted by the most senior member of the Standing Commission present.
      (b) In the event of no member of the Standing Commission being present, the Chancery shall conduct the session until the selection of at least one Commissioner.
      (c) In the event of the Chancery's absence, the Assembly shall elect an officer to conduct the session until the selection of at least one Commissioner.

    § 9. Assembly votes shall be conducted and recorded by the Chancery.

    § 10. The Assembly shall conduct votes according to two methods:
      (a) By Placard (default), using a placard per voting member, faced in green (YES) on one side, in red (NO) on the other side to select by majority;
      (b) By Urn, using one urn per candidate and one pebble per voting member to select by plurality.

    § 11. A session of the Assembly shall proceed as follows:
      (a) Opening Speech by Conducting Officer;
      (b) Reading of Procedural Rules;
      (c) Vote on Amendments to Procedural Rules, if any;
      (d) Selection of Ward Clerk (if vacancy is present):
        (i) Introduction of each Candidate,
        (ii) Vote by urn to select,
        (iii) Vote of Confidence for new Ward Clerk;
      (e) Confirmation of Acting Commissioners, if any:
        (i) Reading of Chancery brief on Acting Commissioner's activities,
        (ii) Vote to Certify Acting Commissioner's activities,
        (iii) Vote of Confidence for Acting Commissioner;
      (f) Confidence of Commissioners:
        (i) Reading of Chancery brief on Commissioner's activities,
        (ii) Vote of Confidence for Commissioner (if term has not concluded) or Vote to Re-Elect Commissioner (if term has concluded);
      (g) Selection of new Commissioners (if vacancies are present):
        (i) Introduction of each Candidate,
        (ii) Vote by urn to select,
        (iii) Vote of Confidence for new Commissioner;
      (h) Selection of new Judicial Assistants (if vacancies are present):
        (i) Introduction of each Candidate,
        (ii) Vote by urn to select,
        (iii) Vote of Confidence for new Judicial Assistant(s);
      (i) Approval of Budget:
        (i) Reading of Budgetary Statement,
        (ii) Debate on Budget,
        (iii) Vote on amendments to Budget, if any,
        (iv) Vote to approve final Budget;
      (j) Approval of Resolutions from the Standing Commission (each in turn):
        (i) Reading of Resolution,
        (ii) Debate on Resolution,
        (iii) Vote on amendments to Resolution (if any),
        (iv) Vote to approve Resolution;
      (k) Approval of Resolutions from Petitions (each in turn):
        (i) Reading of Resolution,
        (ii) Debate on Resolution,
        (iii) Vote on amendments to Resolution (if any),
        (iv) Vote to approve Resolution;
      (l) Approval of Resolutions from Voting Body (each in turn):
        (i) Reading of Resolution,
        (ii) Debate on Resolution,
        (iii) Vote on amendments to Resolution (if any),
        (iv) Vote to approve Resolution;
      (m) Closing of Session.

    § 12. An agenda, listing all Acting Commissioner, Commissioners, and Candidates, as well as all Proposals that have been registered, shall be assembled and promulgated one month prior to the regular session by the Chancery.

    III: Standing Commission

    § 13. The Standing Commission shall be the executive authority of the ward.

    § 14. The Standing Commission shall be responsible:
      (a) To supervise the administration of public services;
      (b) To promote public welfare;
      (c) To coordinate with the Honour Court and with neighboring wards as necessary;
      (d) To prepare an annual budget;
      (e) To draft resolutions for the attention of the Assembly;
      (f) To implement regulations in accordance with resolutions that have been approved by the Assembly;
      (g) To administer ward financial assets;
      (h) To enforce the decisions, judgments, and regulations of superior authorities;
      (i) To provide comment on local matters to the Ministry of State;

    § 15. There shall be, at minimum, five members of the Standing Commission. Additional members may be added in accordance with local law. Each member shall bear the title of Commissioner. Each must qualify as a voting member of the Assembly.

    § 16. Meetings of the Standing Commission shall be public. A quorum is reached when an excess of half of the Standing Commission is present.

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      (a) The Standing Commission shall choose from among its members a presiding officer, who shall bear the additional title of Ward Captain for the duration of their tenure.
      (b) It shall also choose from among its members a deputy to the Ward Captain, who shall bear the additional title of Ward Lieutenant for the duration of their tenure.

    § 18. A Commissioner shall have a term of office of four years. They may be recalled by the Assembly. At the end of the term, re-election is permitted.

    § 19. In the event of a vacancy in the Standing Commission, the Ward Captain shall elevate a voting member of the Assembly to the position of Acting Commissioner, to fulfill the purposes of the office until the next Assembly session.

    § 20. Ward public services shall be organized into departments. Each Commissioner shall be assigned to preside over a department.

    § 21. Each Commissioner shall make decisions on matters limited to their assigned department. Major decisions shall be made collegially by the Standing Commission.

    IV. Chancery

    § 22. The Chancery shall be the administrative office for the Standing Commission.

    § 23. The Ward Clerk shall preside over the Chancery.

    § 24. The Chancery shall be responsible:
      (a) To administer the meetings of the Standing Commission;
      (b) To inform the Standing Commission on legal or substantive matters;
      (c) To inform the public on the content of Standing Commission meetings;
      (d) To inform the public on the activities and decisions of each member of the Standing Commission;
      (e) To inform the public on the voting agenda of the Assembly;
      (f) To inform the public on other important concerns;
      (g) To supervise voting in the Assembly and record results;
      (h) To issue certificates and certify documents;
      (i) To supervise the ward postal service and communication utilities;
      (j) To maintain the record of residents registered to the ward (see LEX QUIRITUM, §12)
      (k) To maintain the record of Militia Reserve and Yeomen within the ward (see LEX COMITATUS, §11)
      (l) To maintain the record of all estates within the ward.

    § 25. The Ward Clerk shall have a term of office of four years. Re-election is permitted.

    V. Ward Judiciary

    § 26. Judges for the Ward Judiciary shall be assigned by the Honour Court.

    § 27. The Ward Judiciary shall consist of a Civil Division and a Criminal Division.

    § 28. There shall be, at minimum, two Judicial Assistants assigned to each division of the Ward Judiciary. Additional Judicial Assistants may be selected in accordance with local law. Each must qualify as a voting member of the Assembly.

    § 29. For each court case to which a judge has been assigned, two Judicial Assistants shall be assigned to the bench.

    § 30. Decisions against a defendant shall require two-thirds agreement between the Judge and the Judicial Assistants.

    VI. Other Considerations

    § 31. One cannot serve in the Standing Commission, the Chancery, or the Judiciary simultaneously with a parent, child, sibling, spouse, grandparent, grandchild, by blood, by adoption, or by marriage.

    § 32. One cannot serve simultaneously in the Standing Commission and/or the Chancery and/or the Judiciary.

    § 33. A member of any ward governing agency shall be obliged to recuse themselves from the decision-making process of a matter of direct personal interest.

    § 34. The Standing Commission may adopt emergency powers for a limited period in order to protect the ward population under the following circumstances:
      (a) supply disruption and/or severe shortage, in which the economy cannot meet itself;
      (b) environmental catastrophe;
      (c) military engagement.

    § 35. The Standing Commission shall be obliged to seek the Assembly's certification of emergency measures taken as soon as circumstances permit.

At the Prefectura in the City of Shirekeep,
Mira of Octavius-Aryani
Count Palatine of Kezan

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COMITAL DECREE Nº 24
On Toponyms


WHEREAS the Court of the Count Palatine has received petitions on this matter;

AND WHEREAS the Court has determined that the petition has merit;

LET IT BE KNOWN that:

    Indigenous local place names that have not yet received official recognition shall receive it where that place name is still in valid use.

LET IT ALSO BE KNOWN that:

    (a) the name Sunderney is recognized as co-equivalent to the name Eleutherios for official use;
    (b) the name Ardholm is recognized as co-equivalent to the name Akis for official use;
    (c) the name Dalhem-Gäisebült is recognized as co-equivalent to the name Idassa for official use.

At Fort Kezan,
Mira of Octavius-Aryani
Count Palatine of Kezan

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COMITAL DECREE Nº 25
Period of Mourning


WHEREAS the the Count Palatine of Kezan, Mira II of Octavius-Aryani, has deceased;

LET IT BE KNOWN that:

    All Kezanese Nationals are asked to adopt mourning dress for the remainder of this year.

At Fort Kezan,
Fairuza I of Octavius-Parini
Caretaker of the Household

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