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A cosmic-ray event is described in which a negative cascade particle and two neutral heavy mesons appear to be produced in a single nuclear interaction above a cloud chamber. It is suggested that this event may be an example of the associated production of a - particle with two 0 particles according to the scheme of Gell-Mann.
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unspec nucleus 2KS X
Confirmation of the associated production of strange particles.