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Summary of deformation events and associated structures The area displays clear evidence of a progressive (Brasiliano cycle) evolution during three ductile to ductile-brittle deformation events (D₁-D₃) that affect the primary layering (S₀), defined by the intercalation of beds of different composition and easily recognizable at different scales in Paranoa and Araxa metasediments. The inventory of structures includes folds, such as F₂ and F₃, three axial-plane foliations (S₁-S₃), fold axes (B2 and B3), and lineations such as the intersections of S₂ with S₀ and S₁ and stretching and striae lineation (L2, Lx, and Le). The Araxa schists also display two extensional crenulation cleavages (c0 and d0). Approximately five sets of brittle fractures (S4) have been recognized, some of which may host cm- to dm-thick quartz veins. Events D₁ and D₂ record a progressive simple shear along frontal ramps and imply a relative top-to-ESE displacement along surfaces subparallel to S₀ that gently dip to the NW. The D₁ event developed the pervasive layering- parallel S₁ foliation, but metamorphism is more intense in the Araxa rocks (biotite zone, greenschist facies) than in the Paranoa rocks (subgreenschist facies). The D₂ event is responsible for the placement of higher metamorphic grade Araxa rocks as a nappe on the lower-grade Paranoa group. The Araxa group displays many isoclinal to tight F₂ folds of cm- to dm-scale, whereas Paranoa rocks exhibit F₂ folds that are dm- to m-scale and commonly isoclinal to tight. Further slip resulted in the development of the c0 extensional crenulation cleavage, which records progressive displacement within Araxa schists with systematic top-down to various directions between NE and SE. The D₃ event developed a major, NNW-SSE-trending, double-plunging F₃ antiform (i.e. the dome itself) that also affected the nappe.

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  • SUMMARY As provided in the Fifth Amended and Restated Declaration of Trust and Trust Agreement of the Trust, as amended from time to time (the “Trust Agreement”) as currently in effect and described in the applicable Prospectus (defined below), units of fractional undivided beneficial interest in and ownership of each Fund (individually and collectively, the “Shares”) may be created or redeemed by the Managing Owner for an Authorized Participant in aggregations of two hundred thousand (200,000) Shares (each aggregation, a “Basket”). Baskets are offered only pursuant to the applicable registration statement of the Trust, with respect to all the Funds, excluding the DBA Fund and the DBS Fund, on Form S-3, with respect to the DBA Fund on Form S-3ASR, and with respect to the DBS Fund on Form S-1, as amended (Registration Nos.: 333-203008 et seq. with respect to all the Funds, excluding the DBA Fund and the DBS Fund; Registration Nos.: 333-185865 et seq. with respect to the DBA Fund only; Registration Nos.: 333-193222 et seq. with respect to the DBS Fund only), as currently effective and on file with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) and as the same may be amended from time to time thereafter or any successor registration statement in respect of Shares of each Fund (each, a “Registration Statement,” collectively, the “Registration Statements”) together with the prospectuses of the Trust in the form filed with the SEC under Rule 424(b) under the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “1933 Act”), after the effectiveness of the Registration Statements (each, a “Prospectus,” collectively, the “Prospectuses”). Under the Trust Agreement, the Managing Owner is authorized to issue Baskets to, and redeem Baskets from, Authorized Participants, (i) through the Continuous Net Settlement (“CNS”) clearing processes of the National Securities Clearing Corporation (the “NSCC”) as such processes have been enhanced to effect purchases and redemptions of Creation Baskets and Redemption Baskets (the “CNS Clearing Process”), or (ii) if outside the CNS Clearing Process, only through the facilities of The Depository Trust Company (“DTC” or the “Depository”) (the “DTC Process”), or a successor depository, and only in exchange for cash. This Agreement sets forth the specific procedures by which an Authorized Participant may create or redeem Baskets. For the avoidance of doubt, the term “Prospectus” shall mean the Prospectus for the DBA Fund, the Prospectus for the DBS Fund or the Prospectus for all of the Funds, excluding the DBA Fund and the DBS Fund, as the context requires. Because new Shares for each Fund can be created and issued by the Trust on an ongoing basis, at any point during the life of each respective Fund, a “distribution,” as such term is used in the 1933 Act, may be occurring. The Authorized Participant is cautioned that some of its activities may result in its being deemed a participant in a distribution in a manner that would render it a statutory underwriter and subject it to the prospectus delivery and liability provisions of the 1933 Act. The Authorized Participant should review the “Plan of Distribution” section of the applicable Prospectus and consult with its own counsel in connection with entering into this Agreement and submitting a Purchase Order Subscription Agreement (defined below). Capitalized terms used but not defined in this Agreement shall have the meanings assigned to such terms in the Trust Agreement. To the extent there is a conflict between any provision of this Agreement and the provisions of the Trust Agreement, the provisions of the Trust Agreement shall control. To the extent there is a conflict between any provision of this Agreement and the provisions of the applicable Prospectus, the applicable Prospectus shall control. For the avoidance of doubt, any action which is an action being taken by the Managing Owner may be taken by a party whom the Managing Owner has duly authorized to take such action. To give effect to the foregoing premises and in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements set forth below, the parties hereto agree as follows: