Velocity #parse but assign it to a variable

Say you have a standard template with included (parsed) header, body, footer templates. In the body template a variable like $subject is defined and you want that also displayed in the header template. In some other template languages like HTML::Mason(perl based) you would evaluate the body template first to pick up the $subject variable but store it's output temporarily in a variable so your final output could end up in the correct order (header, body, footer) In velocity it would look something like set ($body=#parse("body.vm")) parse("header.vm") ${body} parse("footer.vm") This however doesn't seem to work, any thoughts on how to do this?

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