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kjent havneby egypt “Our young joy spreaders go out with the elderly residents on cycle rides, play board games or barbecue in the garden. Our experience with the young people has been so good that we have also offered them work on the 17th of May [Norway's national day, ed.] and Christmas Eve,” Nysteen said.
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