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I'm working on the threaded comments on my website and for this I need to include the comments.js

When I do this it keeps on giving me the "Uncaught ReferenceRrror: jQuery is not defined". Whatever I do it keeps giving me this error message.

It's the last javascript file that I load in. So how do I fix it?

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