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It periodically runs a function which goes through the list of livemarks and checks if any have expired, and updates them if neccesary.
It uses a stream listener called ns Livemark Load Listener to do the update.
The expiration date is an example of this type of annotation.
The livemarks service also has an internal array of information about each livemark.
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