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|Python 3.4.3||1557||Wednesday, February 25, 2015||approved|
|Python 3.4.2||10864||Wednesday, October 8, 2014||approved|
|Python 18.104.22.16841004||405||Saturday, October 4, 2014||approved|
|Python 22.214.171.12440610||5164||Tuesday, June 10, 2014||approved|
|Python 3.4.1||215||Saturday, June 7, 2014||approved|
|Python 126.96.36.19940321||3332||Tuesday, March 25, 2014||approved|
|Python 3.4.0||595||Monday, March 17, 2014||approved|
|Python 2.7.6||7425||Monday, November 11, 2013||approved|
|Python 2.7.5||5370||Monday, May 20, 2013||approved|
|Python 2.7.4||1229||Sunday, April 7, 2013||approved|
|Python 2.7.3||5103||Saturday, April 14, 2012||approved|
|Python 188.8.131.52||279||Friday, February 3, 2012||approved|
|Python 2.7.2||2397||Tuesday, September 27, 2011||approved|
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