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Powershell script for site collection

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Does anyone have a Powershell script to batch create site collections in SharePoint 2010?  I have a top level web application and site collection (main portal).  I want to loop through with a Powershell script to add one level down site collections (departments).  I want to add the site collection, apply the site owner, an apply the blank site collection template to each one.
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