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chore: remove slow jobs from CircleCI #1942

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Merging #1942 into develop will not change coverage.
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@@           Coverage Diff            @@
##           develop    #1942   +/-   ##
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  Coverage    41.29%   41.29%           
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  Files          351      351           
  Lines         7742     7742           
  Branches      1126     1140   +14     
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  Hits          3197     3197           
  Misses        4532     4532           
  Partials        13       13

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@faustbrian faustbrian merged commit 7597399 into develop Jan 4, 2019

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