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In this paper, a low-loss magnetic metamaterial configuration consisting of coupled radiative and dark resonators is proposed based on analog of electromagnetically induced transparency. Full-wave numerical simulations are carried out to validate the metamaterial. Absorptions curves, transmission spectrums, surface current distributions, and effective constitutive parameters for the metamaterial are presented. These results, showing a low-loss transparency window and strong dispersion in the effective permeability with negative values, are in a good agreement with each other.