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The nature of the 'hidden order' in URu2Si2 has resisted characterization for the past twenty-five years. Recent photoemission results report the observation of a narrow heavy-fermion band that sharpens below the mysterious transition and provides new clues about its origins.

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  1. P. Chandra and P. Coleman are at the Center for Materials Theory, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Piscataway, New Jersey 08854, USA.  pchandra@physics.rutgers.edu; coleman@physics.rutgers.edu

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