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The Origin and History of Manga in Japan
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In the West, comics and cartoons are generally for children. There are only a handful of diehard fans that continue basking in this brand of literature after they reach puberty. In Japan, the story is quite different and perhaps it's because their manga, multifaceted comics, is also very unique. But the rest of the world is catching on, with specialty stores catering to manga and anime, sprouting like mushrooms, in major cities everywhere. Check out what all the fuss is…...
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The Similarities and Differences between Traditional and Modern Japanese Artists
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What Japanese things can you imagine at first? Many people say Japanese food, J pop, and so forth. In Japan, there are tremendously great traditions, such as Kimono. Many Japanese people maintain traditions, and they create new things, such as comics. Japanese traditions reflect the times, so things are changing a lot now. Some Japanese traditions fade out, so many people have lost interest in those traditions, such as kites. Traditional Japanese artists are quite different from modern Japanese artists,…...
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An Overview of the History of the 1980s in America
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The 1980s The 1980s was a decade of tragedy and innovation, a decade of big hair bands and sci-fi movies, and a time for change. During this time period stars like Michael Jackson and Madonna began their rise to fame, while franchises such as Star Wars gained popularity. This was also a time when international conflict struck, Olympics were boycotted and bombings left people dead around the globe. Even amongst all the bad things that spotted this decade, there were new advances in technology and…...
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The Important Role of Reform in Religious Wars
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The Renaissance lead to the Age of Conflict and Absolutism by the study of humanism instead of one person know everything like being a doctor, artist, math person and so on they started to split up the section. Another is the population expanded and when it is too pack they have to get more land and that causes problems for other countries because they might feel threaten. For better religion because before they were having to pay to enter into…...
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A Personal Narrative About Learning About Latin America in Class
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When I think about what this class has taught me over the semester, I have to go back to where I started when I first walked in. Even though I was far from knowing most everything about Latin America, I still held on to a broad knowledge about its history and the current standing of its countries. With so much of my present day knowledge being gained from what news stations show and publish, not being able to learn about…...
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A Discussion on Inclusion and Equality of Latin-American Baseball Players in the United States
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Inclusion does not mean equality. Equality does not exist without inclusions In the instance of baseball it seems like inclusion is the only thing management, economic interests, and sometimes even fans care about, It seems like non-white players have to fight an onslaught of prejudice and unfairness to play. Foreign born Latino players receive significantly less pay than even U,Si born Latinosi The odds have been and continue to be stacked against non-white players‘ favor, In the article “Latin—American Ballplayers…...
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A Comparison of the Similarities and Differences Between Latin America and the United States of America
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I have lived in Trumbull, Connecticut my entire life, and up until high school I did not realize how sheltered I was growing up in Fairfield County. In high school I began to learn a little more about the world and other countries although until this course I have barely looked into other countries cultures and how they live compared to us. Looking at the different barometers has been very fascinating and enjoyable. I chose Latin America because of how…...
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How Can America Efficiently Solve the Problems of Animal Cruelty?
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America has been considered a "safe haven” for individuals across the world. Even in Upton Sinclair's novel "The Jungle", citizens from Lithuania saw America as a place for prosperity. Unfortunately in our "great” nation, more than 48.1 million citizens are starving every single day. More than 15% of our nation is in poverty, and citizens are spend 10% of their income on food alone. Additionally, expenses are only increasing when looking at the price of rent, gas, and necessities increasing.…...
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The Change in the American Foreign Policy From an Isolationist to an Imperialist View Due to the Growth of International Trade
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The growth of international trade displayed American desire to build, innovate and explore new markets, this, along with global competition for control of weak territories resulted in the change ofAmerican foreign policy from an isolationist View to an imperialist View, A reason as to President Roosevelt being an important factor to American imperialism is due to his influence with the Panama Canal and his Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine The Panama Canal was Roosevelt’s most significant achievement as it fully…...
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Food Has a Huge Place in Egyptian Culture
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Egyptian Culture Understanding the culture, traditions, values and ethics of the people of Egypt requires an assessment into the various aspects of their lives. As quoted by Kofi Annan (2019) “We may have different religions, different languages, different colored skin, but we all belong to one human race.” Being culturally competent as a nurse means providing skilled patient care to patients with different backgrounds. Language Many traditions, values and ethics of Egypt come from the nomadic desert tribe of the…...
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Effects of Imperialism and Colonialism
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Rwanda is a small country in east-central Africa. It was a country that faced genocide, about 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed by dominant Hutu forces in just 100 days. Rwanda was a country with many great ideas it had a strange way of culture and Religion. The country had different languages because of the fact that Belgium and Germany took over the small country which then showed Rwanda a new way of living including traditions, languages, culture, and…...
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The Significance of the Railway in Imperialism in Africa
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In 1815, George Stephenson, a self-educated Englishman, built the first steam powered train. Between 1830 and 1870, British entrepreneurs laid about 13,000 miles of railroads which linked industrial centers, coalfields, iron deposits, and port cities through the land and also carried some 322 million passengers as well as cargoes of raw materials and manufactured goods. Between 1860 and 1918, the making of the industrial society and the process of empire-building was in active across Afro-Eurasia. Railroads were a very important…...
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The White Man’s Burden
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Imperialism and race are some of the most prominent themes in the poems, as well as in Achebe’s novel. Kipling's poem was basically propaganda that supported the idea of Imperialism not only in America, but in other countries around the world. This topic heavily talks about race, which the other texts also cover. Johnson’s poem and Achebe’s novel take in the view of those being conquered. This allows us to see how the views were back in the late 1800s…...
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How Effective Is the Military Response to Threats from Terrorism
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Terrorism is one of the utmost threats to humanity. Its derivation goes back into the history but world shifted its focus to the nuisance of terrorism after devastating attack on world trade centre on September 11, 2001. The way we respond to terrorism is how we conceive it and in order to answer this question we must consider terrorism as a special form of warfare that relies principally on military operations as prime counter-terrorism approach. After analysis of countries like…...
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Implementation, Implementation Mechanism, Achievements and Failure
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Pakistan has been victim of an intense layer of terrorism and bomb attacks for last ten to 18 years. But it abruptly increases after 9/11. Bomb attacks on government and public institutions, military personals and line enforcement agencies and offices of various organizations and suicide bomb attacks had become order of the day. Which compel the government to carry out military operation in various parts of the country operation Al-Mizan, operation Rah-e-Haq, operation Zalzala, operation black thunderstorm, operation Raah-e-Raast operation…...
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The Arab-Israeli War Is a War on Terrorism
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The Arab-Israeli war of 1948-1949 has a few different names. Some call it the Palestine War. Others call it Israel’s War of Independence. Another common name for it is the Nakba, or “Disaster Day” in Arabic. Depending on the information one receives and who they identify as, the Arab-Israeli war can arouse a lot of different emotions and there is intense debate about the ethics of it. However, debating and knowing the causes of the war can help to prevent…...
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Threat of Terrorist Organizations
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With the endless number of attacks from the Assad Regime and the threat of terrorist organizations such as ISIS, Syrian refugees have experienced a disturbing amount of bloodshed and continue to as the Syrian crisis has only worsened. Now that outside nations such as Russia and the US have intervened, either backing Assad himself or using airstrikes to mitigate the terrorist threat, refugees have been caught in the middle. Jordan’s priority must be to stop the airstrikes and bombings perpetrated…...
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Saint Ephraim the Syrian
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Saint Ephraim the Syrian is a doctor of the church and came to be a great influence on future generations. As a boy, everyone could have expected him to amount to anything but a holy man. Ephraim was the author of a large sum of religious texts and hymns. He also “used Syriac-language verse as a means to explain and popularize theological truths” (St. Ephrem, CNA). St. Ephraim was a kind-hearted man who empathized with the poor and sick. He…...
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The Civil War in Syria and the Biggest Refugee Crisis
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On September 2nd, 2015, a Turkish police officer discovered the body of two-year-old Alan Kurdi washed up on a shore. Alan was on a boat that sank on its way to the Greek island of Kos. This boat was carrying Syrian refugees. Photos of the boy were gruesome and shocking. It was on the front page of newspapers all around the world. The New York Times said that these photos “put a human face on the refugee crisis.” Unfortunately, this…...
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War Crimes
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War is known as the armed conflict between countries, states, governments, and informal groups which is solely created by varying focuses of interest of political, social, and economic visions. It started with the wars based on the differences in religions in, the mid-17th century, and then wars were fought for the interests of individual sovereigns such as the French Revolution, World War l, and World War ll, which opened the gate to weapons of mass destruction. War is seen as…...
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The War, which Began as a Peaceful Protest
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What started as a peaceful protest against Middle Eastern dictators seven years ago, has now developed into one of the most brutal conflicts in the world. The presidents of Egypt and Tunisia were successfully forced to resign from their position after the Arab Spring in 2011. These events led pro-democratic Syrians to believe that they could come to the same outcome and have their president, Bashar al-Assad resign from his position. It was at that time that a few teenage…...
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Syria’s Path from the Uprising to the War
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Civil wars are not a new twenty-first-century invention. Tribes, religious communities, and political groups all around the world have been fighting for thousands of years. But, the world has never seen an internal conflict like Syria’s. Over the past eight years, the Syrian civil war has claimed hundreds of thousands of lives. Men, women, and children have all perished in droves due to the ruthless strategies and tactics used in this conflict. I chose to educate myself on this topic…...
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The Popularity of the New York City
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New York City is the center of America and the second most populated city in current day but has been the first in the past. First, a place that you could visit in New York City is the Empire State Building to have a great view of the whole city Herald Square is a nice and famous place to go for lunch while you‘re visiting. Also, an amusement park to go to is Coney Island that also includes a seaside…...
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My Birthday in Las Vegas
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Twenty-one and in Vegas! What an awesome experience and time to be young. When first thinking about what I wanted to do for my twenty-first birthday, visiting Las Vegas, Nevada, was the only thing that jumped out at me. It was my nana and grandfather who ultimately made that trip a reality. My excitement only grew as I planned for the trip, and I counted down the days as the trip approached. While my nana and I prepared to travel, my grandfather secured…...
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Slave Insurrections in the History of the United States
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There were over 250 slave insurrections (or slave rebellions or revolts) in the area that would become the United States. Some of the most famous slave insurrections were the Stone Rebellion in 1739 in South Carolina, the Gabriel Prosser conspiracy in 1800 in Virginia, the Denmark Vesey revolt in 1822 in South Carolina, and the Nat Turner revolt in 1831 in Virginia. In each of these insurrections, those involved planned to arm themselves, take over the city, and kill any…...
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The Long Term Benefits of the Political Parties in the History of the United States
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Formation of Political Parties: Early political parties came to be mostly due to two influential government figures voicing their disagreements. Alexander Hamilton, a soldier and a lawyer had determination and a vision to build a more stable economy for America. He had great influence in producing programs with Congress and George Washington such as the Bank of the United States and other debt plans (Ripper, 125). Hamilton believed that America's government and people should focus on building its economy in…...
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The Controversial Topic of African American Reparations Throughout the History of the United States
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Reparations hashavehas have been a hot topic in America for many years, especially for minorities who have been brutalized, forced relocatsavedensl,saved, etc. Whether that be reparations for the Japanese for the past injustice of keeping them in internment camps back in 1942 under the presidency of Franklin Roosevelt or the Great Sioux Nation being rewarded a reparation settlement for land that was once illegally appropriated back in 1877. Other minorities have been granted some form of reparations from the U.S.…...
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Immigration Laws and Policies, and Their Negative Effects in the History of the United States in Lost in Detention
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Assignment 5: Lost in Detention The documentary, “Lost in Detention,” is about the negative effects of immigration laws and policies in the United States throughout recent history. One of the social and cultural factors associated with this issue is familial separation. When undocumented immigrants are caught in America, whether it is from a traffic stop or a criminal offense, they are often taken away from their families who live here legally. The documentary gave several cases of this, such as when a mother…...
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The Important Events in the History of the United States
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One of my favorite examples of different opinions being voiced socially that represented a larger issue in American Stories is the exchange of toasts at a dinner party in 1830: "...Jackson rose and made a toast to the Union: 'Our Union: it must be preserved.' Wild-eyed John C. Calhoun, the vice president, followed with a toast to the states' rights: 'The Union: next to our liberty, the dearest'" (Ripper, 190-191). Not only is this passage comical, but it also gives…...
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A Plan on Advertising Traveling to Las Vegas
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More than 30 million tourists visit Las Vegas each year; 5,000 new residents call this place home every month. Based on this, one can expect to sell different travel packages to visitors. There are various reasons with senior citizens would be good clients for Las Vegas. Senior citizens can be targeted as clients because of their good demographic and amount of leisure time. They also possess a disposable amount of income because they haveinn their savings and retirement account. Senior…...
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An Overview of the Dangers of Flash Floods in the Las Vegas Valley
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Torrential rains produced severe and unprecedented flash flooding across the Las Vegas Valley on July 8, 1999. Much of the Las Vegas valley experienced from 35%-70% of its annual rainfall. 13 inches) over 60-90 minutes. The resulting runoff from these rains caused widespread street flooding and record flows in normally dry washes and flood control detention basins, The floods caused over $20,000,000 in property damage and took 2 lives. Flash floods are not unusual in the Las Vegas Valley; however,…...
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The Details of the Trip to Las Vegas
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I went to Las Vegas expecting it to be just like what I had seen on television, Bright lights, gambling, fast cars, and women, and couples getting married, were my idea of what Vegas had to offer. Las Vegas not only meet my expectations, but it also delivered much more. It was like Disney World for adults, a place of fantasy and entertainment. The hotel resorts in Vegas have a special theme that distinguished them from each other. It was…...
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Taking a Trip to Las Vegas
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Taking a trip to Las Vegas was the best trip | have ever been on. Not a lot of people of my age have traveled to as many places | have been, | have been to every state in the U.S. and only Canada Trip to Vegas has a large role in American Culture. Many people can often be seen taking part in activities associated with a trip to Vegas. This is partly because people of most ages can be…...
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A Discussion of the Government and Local Issues in State of the City: Las Vegas, Nev. of the State of Nevada Program
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I listened to the State of Nevada program titled State of the City: Las Vegas, Nev. For a little background knowledge, KNPR’s State of Nevada program is a public affairs broadcast that is essential to understand what is happening here. Newsmakers and experts report local issues, and interviews and discussions provide a way to explore the unique characters of our region. This broadcast provides daily conversation on the place we call home (KNPR, 2016). This particular segment involved a conversation…...
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Quebec City and History Of Canada
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Canada is the second largest country in the world, and the first is Russia, it occupies roughly two-fifths of the continent of North America (Encyclopedia Britannica). The first discovery of Canada was made by John Cabot in 1497. Canada became self-governed and a controlled operation in 1867, while they still held on to the British Crown. The British were soon removed from the Canadian government in 1982. On February 15, 1965 the new Canadian Flag would be raised over the…...
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Wasted Food in America
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Everyone sees all the malnutrition children dying overseas because they cant afford to purchase food for themselves or their families. Everyone also sees the people of America sending food and other relief items overseas to aid them. But there is a flip side to that coin which anyone can see by walking into one of Americas many restaurants. People can witness Americans spending allot of money on food then throwing half of it away. Most of the food that is…...
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A Discussion on the Importance of Reducing Food Waste in the United States
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On September 16th of 2015, the Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Agriculture announced that they had formulated a plan to reduce the country's food waste by at least fifty percent by year 2030. The United States has never released any type of initiative to tackle the ever growing problem of food waste, even though we accumulate over 133 billion pounds of food waste every year (Lurie, 2015). Because food is one of the biggest contributors to land…...
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Amount of Food Wasted Yearly Could Have Benefited Impoverish Countries
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There's nothing more fundamental than food, and nowadays there seems to be even more variety to choose from, than anytime in history. But how many people know where the food that they eat was actually produced, by whom, and with what resources used and wasted and what additives added? How does the path from the modern farm to the kitchen affect people and the planet? People eat their daily bread without being conscious of the massive loss of topsoil, diversity,…...
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Stateless Nations
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There are hundreds of countries and thousands of ethnic groups in the world today, but not all nations are lucky enough to have their own recognized, autonomous state. Nations without a state are known as stateless nations, and there are still many that exist today that are in conflict with the states they inhabit. This research report will explore six prominent examples of stateless nations (the Kurds, Basques, Palestinians, Hmong, Catalan, and Rohingya), discussing how they came to be, their…...
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A History of Incas Empire in Peru
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Before the Spaniards founded the first Spanish city in Peru in 1532, there was an Empire called the Tawantinsuyu, which means "four parts together." The Incas built the Tawantinsuyu. The Incas were a culture from the highlands, or Andes, that conquered many different cultures all the way from Ecuador to Chile. All these people were different in culture, but not in race. The Tawantinsuyu worked, in a way, like the Roman Empire. The different cultural groups could live by their…...
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How Can America Efficiently Solve the Problems of Animal Cruelty?
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How Effective Is the Military Response to Threats from Terrorism
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The War, which Began as a Peaceful Protest
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