Judicial campaign conduct forums set

first_imgThe Florida Supreme Court and The Florida Bar Board of Governors, in conjunction with the Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee and the state’s trial court chief judges, are again sponsoring a series of judicial campaign conduct forums in advance of this year’s elections.The forums will be conducted June 3 through June 7 in all judicial circuits in which there will be contested judicial elections. (Qualifying is between May 13 and May 17.) Beginning at 1 p.m., each forum will last approximately an hour and will cover requirements imposed upon candidates for judicial office by Canon 7 of Florida’s Code of Judicial Conduct and the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar. The forums will emphasize the importance of integrity and professionalism among candidates for judicial office and the consequent impact of campaign conduct on public trust and confidence in the judicial system. The presentations will further impress upon candidates and others in the community the seriousness with which the Supreme Court and the Bar view any abuse of the election process.“Candidates for judicial office should be well aware that they win nothing if they win elections by violating Canon 7,” said Chief Justice Charles Wells. “They can and will be disciplined, and the discipline can include removal from office.”“Our committee members will once again be working hard to educate all of our state’s judicial candidates so only ethical campaign practices will be employed during this year’s election process,” said JEAC Chair Scott J. Silverman, an 11th Circuit judge.At each forum, the circuit’s chief judge will open with brief remarks stressing the nonpartisan character of judicial races, then present a videotaped introduction by Chief Justice Wells. Representatives of the Board of Governors also will speak briefly regarding the Bar’s role in ensuring compliance with the code. Members of the JEAC will then provide a summary review of Canon 7, give participants a list of informational resources, and discuss the disciplinary process.The Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee is charged with rendering advisory opinions interpreting the application of the Code of Judicial Conduct to specific circumstances confronting or affecting judges and judicial candidates. The committee’s booklet, “An Aid to Understanding Canon 7,” will be distributed at all forums, first to candidates and campaign managers, then to others as available. Copies of the booklet may also be downloaded from the Press Page of the Supreme Court’s Web site at www.flcourts.org or by clicking here. All candidates for judicial office and their campaign managers are encouraged to attend. The forums also are open to local bar association presidents, local political party chairs, and representatives of the print and broadcast media, as well as members of the general public.The following is a listing of judicial campaign conduct forums preliminarily scheduled throughout the state. Forums will be canceled in any circuit in which there are no contested judicial elections following the close of qualifying May 17. All meetings start at 1 p.m. (In the First and 14th circuits, 1 p.m. CDT).• First Circuit, Monday, June 3, in Courtroom 407, 190 Governmental Center, Pensacola 32501.• Second Circuit, Wednesday, June 5, at the Leon County Courthouse, Courtroom 3C, 301 South Monroe Street, Tallahassee 32301.• Third Circuit, Friday, June 7, at the Columbia County Courthouse, Courtroom 4, 145 North Hernando Street, Lake City 32056.• Fourth Circuit, Wednesday, June 5, at the Duval County Courthouse, Conference Room 220, 330 East Bay Street, Jacksonville 32202.• Fifth Circuit, Monday, June 3, at the Marion County Judicial Center, 5th Floor Conference Room, 110 N.W. 1st Avenue, Ocala 34475.• Sixth Circuit, Monday, June 3, at the Pinellas County Criminal Justice Center, courtroom 1 on the fourth floor, 14250 49th Street N., Clearwater 33702.• Seventh Circuit, Thursday, June 6, at the Volusia County Courthouse Annex (City Island), Courtroom 5, 125 E. Orange Avenue, Daytona Beach 32114.• Eighth Circuit, Tuesday, June 4, at the Alachua County Courthouse, Courtroom 4A, 201 E. University Avenue, Gainesville 32601.• Ninth Circuit, Tuesday, June 4, Orange County Courthouse, Conference Room — 23rd Floor, 425 North Orange Avenue, Orlando 32801.• 10th Circuit, Friday, June 7, at the Polk County Courthouse, 9th Floor Conference Room, 255 North Broadway, Bartow 33831.• 11th Circuit, Monday, June 3, at the Dade County Courthouse, Courtroom 4-2, 73 West Flagler Street, Miami 33130.• 12th Circuit, Wednesday, June 5, at the Sarasota County Judicial Center, Room 810, 2002 Ringling Boulevard, Sarasota 34237.• 13th Circuit, Tuesday, June 4, at the Hillsborough County Courthouse, Judicial Conference room 214-G, 419 Pierce Street, Tampa 33602.• 14th Circuit, Thursday, June 6, Bay County Courthouse, Grand Jury Room, 301 McKenzie, Panama City 32402.• 15th Circuit, Friday, June 7, at the Palm Beach County Courthouse, Judicial Dining Room, Room 1.2402, 205 North Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach 33401.• 16th Circuit, Thursday, June 6, at the Monroe County Courthouse, Grand Jury Room, 4th Floor, 500 Whitehead Street, Key West 33040.•17th Circuit, Friday, June 7, Broward County Courthouse, Courtroom #400, 201 S.E. Sixth Street, Ft. Lauderdale 33301.• 18th Circuit, Monday, June 3, Supervisor of Elections Room, Brevard County Government Center, Building C, 2725 Judge Fran Jamieson Way, Viera 32940.• 19th Circuit, Wednesday, June 5, at the St. Lucie County Courthouse, Room 217, 218 South 2nd Street, Ft. Pierce 34950.• 20th Circuit, Thursday, June 6, at the Lee County Justice Center, Grand Jury Room, 3rd Floor, 1700 Monroe Street, Ft. Myers 33901.Questions regarding the forums may be directed to Cal Goodlett, Senior Attorney, Office of the State Courts Administrator, (850) 922-0350. Judicial campaign conduct forums set Judicial campaign conduct forums setcenter_img May 1, 2002 Regular Newslast_img read more

10 Places to Celebrate Mardi Gras on Long Island

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Long Islanders celebrating Mardi Gras need not travel to New Orleans to join in Louisiana’s epic annual Fat Tuesday festivities because local Cajun-style restaurants and bars also host events marking the occasion.Try as they may, few establishments on LI are bound to throw parties as lively or serve food as authentic as these Cajun joints that have menus featuring crawfish, alligator and of course, jambalaya.This year, the party starts on Feb. 28, regardless of whether revelers plan on participating in the Christian observance of Lent that starts the following day.Louisiana Joe’s Sandwich Shop488 Merrick Rd., Oceanside. 516-442-9838. louisianajoes.comServing breakfast and lunch dishes both inspired by Cajun and Italian favorites, co-owners of Louisiana Joe’s Sandwich Shop Terri Hanna and Joseph LoSchiavo demonstrate their passion for the taste of New Orleans. They are known for exceptional Po’boy sandwiches (made on heros and filled with anything from corneal crusted fried shrimp to braised beef), gumbo omelet with andouille sausage, Cajun boudin (traditional smoked sausage with rice), and an incredible muffuletta (a nod to LoSchiavo’s Italian roots) which is a sandwich stuffed with cold cuts, cheese, and olive salad. And any of the exceptional sandwiches served comes with a free dessert or side on Mardi Gras.R.S. Jones 153 Merrick Ave., Merrick. 516-378-7177. rsjones.comVoted the Best Soul/Southern food on Long Island for 2017, R.S. Jones is known for its gator-andouille-black bean chili, crawfish remoulade, warm cornbread, Mama Pajamas Pork (slow roasted with cabernet orlean gravy), sweet bourbon catfish, bananas foster, and of course, king cake. In honor of Mardi Gras, the restaurant is also hosting a party with live music, face painting and specials.Blackbird’s Grill 553 Old Montauk Hwy., Sayville. 631-563-4144. blackbirdsgrille.comWith French Quarter grade gumbo, jumbalaya aplenty and a homey atmosphere, Blackbird’s Grill is upping their normal game with a special Mardi Gras menu including shrimp n’ grits, buttermilk fried chicken, double cut pork chops with caramelized apples, and much more. This menu also includes specialty cocktails.Big Daddy’s Restaurant1 Park Ln., Massapequa. 516-799-8877. bigdaddysny.comThis place takes Fat Tuesday so seriously it holds a “Mardi Gras Madness Week” celebration featuring seven nights of live music and specials, culminating in a massive feast featuring a full buffet, music and costumes. With a welcoming feel, festive atmosphere and a large menu changing daily full of Cajun comfort food, Big Daddy’s is known as the go to place for a Cajun Creole Fix. Big Daddy’s offers a variety of Cajun specialties, from seafood dishes such as Motor Mouth Stuffed Shrimp and Jambalaya to Vieux Carre Pork and Waffles and BBQ Beef Po’Boy. Patrons be warned: This restaurant goes full-on Cajun with the spices.The Bayou2823 Jerusalem Ave., Bellmore. 516-785-9263. bayou4bigfun.comThe week-long Mardis Gras party continues with Cajun eats and live music at this lively eatery with great ambiance. A go-to for the right atmosphere to “get you in the Mardi-Gras mood,” this small and quirky restaurant serves strong drinks and has a lively bar scene, catering to a less child-oriented crowd. With creative food/drink presentation and an authentic feel, this is among the most festive places to celebrate.Storyville American Table Restaurant43 Green St., Huntington. 631-351-3446. storyvilleamericantable.comStoryville is also hosting pre-“Mardi Gras Madness” celebrations culminating with a big celebration on the day itself. With an authentic and sophisticated feel, Storyville American Table Restaurant gives a true Louisiana experience. Committed to fresh food, this eatery boasts homemade pickles, authentic house sauces and house-ground meat for their burgers. This lively spot caters to all tastes with a large varied menu and is great for a night out. Dishes not to miss include the gumbo, beignets, catfish and mussels.Treme Blues and Jazz Club553 Main St., Islip. 631-277-2008. tremeislip.comOne of the few intimate upscale live music venues of its kind on LI, named for the French Quarter neighborhood where jazz was born, this Blues bar is normally open Thursday through Sunday—except for their epic annual Fat Tuesday party. Headlining this year’s show is the Gulf Coast-inspired Dave Clive’s Nawlins Funk Band. Although the club is more known for their music than their food, specials on cocktails, Gumbo and Mardis Gras King Cake are among the mouthwatering items on their menu that includes small plates and desserts. There will be beads!Biscuits and Barbeque106 East 2nd St., Mineola. 516-493-9797. biscuitsandbarbecue.comThe weekend-long Mardis Gras festivities at this diner-style eatery consist of specials on Crawfish Pie, Alligator Ribs, Louisiana Smothered Shrimp, Gator Sausage and Mardis Gras King Cake, plus too many more to list here. A casual joint housed in a converted trailer, this neighborhood haunt is a cosy spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner in a lively atmosphere. Dishes not to miss include the biscuits and gravy (but be warned, get this to share—it is huge), the brisket, the mac n cheese and the shrimp po’boy.Mara’s Homemade236 West Jericho Tpke., Syosset. 516-682-9200. marashomemade.comMara’s is a Cajun barbeque joint great for casual eats, with must-have dishes including the crawfish-stuffed baguette, lobster, gator bites (yes alligator!) and the andouille crusted tilapia. The owner herself often comes to check in on patrons, contributing to the hospitable atmosphere. Don’t forget to save room for their famous bluegrass pie, homemade beignets and fresh seasonal fruit pies as a delicious way to have an authentic Mardi Gras experience. Specials and beads are on tap for the big day!Nawlins Seafood Co.301 Woodcleft Ave., Freeport. nawlinsseafood.comSo, this place won’t give the Nautical Mile a taste of The Big Easy until they reopen for this spring. But, their sister restaurant, Rachel’s Waterside Grill, will host a Mardis Gras party featuring samples of the Nawlins Seafood Co.’s menu, including gumbo, jambalaya, catfish, hurricanes and more. Laissez Les Bon Temps Roulez!–Compiled by Ellie Schoeffellast_img read more

Sally Beauty Supply targeted in latest credit card breach as EMV deadline looms

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr by: Danielle HaynesFor the second time in a little more than a year, customer credit card data has been been breached at Sally Beauty Supply, as a deadline looms for all retailers to become EMV compliant.The company, based in Denton, Texas, said Thursday it is investigating reports of unusual credit card activity from customers who have shopped at its 2,800 stores across the nation.“We believe it is in the best interests of our customers to alert them that we now have sufficient evidence to confirm that an illegal intrusion into our payment card systems has indeed occurred. However, we will not speculate on the scope of the intrusion as our forensics investigation is still underway,” said Chris Brickman, president and CEO. “We are working diligently to address the issue and to care for any customers who may have been affected by the incident.”Sally Beauty supply declined to say just how many credit cards have been compromised, but a similar breach in March 2014 affected nearly 25,000 customers. continue reading »last_img read more

Narraguagus beats Bucksport to earn Class C North softball title

first_img Bio Mike MandellMike Mandell is the sports editor at The Ellsworth American and Mount Desert Islander. He began working for The American in August 2016. You can reach him via email at [email protected] Ellsworth runners compete in virtual Boston Marathon – September 16, 2020 Latest Posts BREWER — Dethroning a powerhouse is never an easy task at any level of sports, but neither is consistently staying atop a field that includes numerous challengers. When Downeast Maine’s top softball teams met Tuesday for the Class C North title, one of those two things had to give.Narraguagus edged No. 1 Bucksport 4-2 in the Northern Maine title game Tuesday at Brewer’s Coffin Field. The result brought to an end the Golden Bucks’ three-year reign as Northern Maine champions and sent the Knights to the state title game for only the second time in program history.The No. 2 Knights (18-1) started off with back-to-back triples and a single to take a 2-0 lead in the first inning. A pitchers’ duel then ensued as senior Kate Saunders of Bucksport and junior Lanie Perry of Narraguagus exchanged a number of strikeouts in the second and third.In the fourth inning, Bucksport (17-2) would tie the game when Alexis Wardwell hit a two-run single to center field to score Maggie Bires and Saunders. The game then went into extras as the two pitchers began dealing once again, and excellent defensive plays from both teams — Bucksport senior Darian Jellison made crucial diving catches in the fifth and eighth innings — kept the score knotted at 2.Bucksport’s Mikayla Tripp hits a ground ball during the Class C North championship softball game against Narraguagus on June 12 in Brewer. Bucksport’s 4-2 loss to Narraguagus snapped a 14-game winning streak dating back to April 27. KARIN BOS PHOTOThis is placeholder textThis is placeholder text“Our six seniors made some great plays and gave it everything they had,” Bucksport head coach Mike Carrier said. “The leadership and effort they gave all four years here are going to be tough to replace, but we’re Bucksport, and we’ll reload.”With runners at second and third and no outs in the ninth inning, Madison Leighton delivered for Narraguagus. The senior had been hitless against Saunders entering the at-bat, but this time was different as she singled to score both runners. Perry then retired the Golden Bucks in order in the bottom of the inning, and the Knights advanced to their first state championship game since 2002.“We just had to settle ourselves down and remind ourselves that this was the regional championship,” Leighton said. “The pressure got to us there for a little bit, but we were able to get back in the game and take advantage in the right situations.”Saunders had 11 strikeouts, one walk and nine hits allowed in what was her final game for Bucksport. Perry had eight strikeouts, one walk and seven hits allowed for Narraguagus and also caught three line drives hit right her way in the circle.The game also had a controversial moment late when Jellison was called out at second base on an attempted steal. It was a close play that killed a momentous seventh inning for Bucksport, and the team’s head coach of nearly three decades was far from happy with the umpire’s call.“I saw it, and I know what I saw,” Carrier said. “Put it in the paper, put my name beside it — I don’t care. They screwed us.”Narraguagus senior Madison Leighton hoists the Northern Maine championship trophy after the Knights’ 4-2 win over Bucksport on June 12 in Brewer. Leighton’s two-run single in the top of the ninth inning proved to be the decisive play as Narraguagus won its first regional softball championship since 2002. KALI ALLEY PHOTOFor Narraguagus, the win was another defining moment in what has been an incredible run for the school’s girls’ sports teams in recent years. A few of the players who helped the school to a state title in girls’ basketball in 2016 were on the diamond as the school went on to add another piece of hardware to its trophy case on this June evening.“The people at Narraguagus are all really hard-working and passionate, and we’re really close as a community,” Leighton said. “I think those relationships carry over into things like sports, and that allows us to have success and get some great moments like this.”Narraguagus will play Madison (19-0) in the state championship game at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 16, at St. Joseph’s College in Standish. Madison, the No. 1 seed in Class C South, beat second-seeded Sacopee Valley (16-3) 15-7 on Tuesday to win the regional title for the fifth time in six seasons.“We’re probably going to be yelling the whole way home on our way back to the high school, but then it’s back to business,” Leighton said. “We still have another game we want to win.”center_img MPA approves golf, XC, field hockey, soccer; football, volleyball moved to spring – September 10, 2020 Latest posts by Mike Mandell (see all) Hospice volunteers help families navigate grief and find hope – September 12, 2020last_img read more

Percival Landing Sculpture Exhibition To Rotate

first_imgFacebook2Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by City of OlympiaNew Sculpture to be installed the week of July 8The 14 loaned sculptures on exhibition this past year along Percival Landing will be de-installed the week of June 10, 2013.  Most of the sculptures will be returned to their artists.  Windstar by Ross Matteson, was the recipient of the 2012 Peoples’ Choice Award and will move to its new location on the Port Plaza in July.  RING DANCE#2/CORE by Don Freas was purchased by the Olympia Downtown PBIA and will move to a downtown location in the next month.  Information about the sculptures and artist contact information is available at www.olympiawa.gov/plinthA new set of sculpture will be installed on Percival Landing the week of July 8, 2013.  The public is invited to kick-off the new exhibition and participate in voting for the new Peoples’ Choice recipient at an event on Friday, July 26, at 5:30pm at Harbor House on Percival Landing, 325 Columbia St NW.For more information, please contact Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation at 360/753-8380.last_img read more

Listen to Mark Hughes dismiss talk of a crisis meeting at QPR

first_imgBoss Mark Hughes dismisses talk of a crisis meeting at QPR. It came after his assistant Mark Bowen had said discussions took place between the management staff and players following last weekend’s home draw against Reading.Click here for the Stoke v QPR quiz 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Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

Ipswich boss praises ‘outstanding’ Arsenal youngster

first_imgIpswich boss Mick McCarthy labelled Arsenal loanee Ainsley Maitland-Niles an “outstanding player” after the teenager’s performance in the 2-2 draw at Brentford.Maitland-Niles, still only 17, made his debut for Ipswich at Griffin Park after signing on a season-long loan.McCarthy also gave a senior debut to another youngster Josh Emmanuel and the manager was delighted with both players.He said: “Ainsley Maitland-Niles, from walking in the door, is just an outstanding player. He’s a confident lad and a talented boy.“When you sign players, you want them to produce performances and they both did.“Josh has really stepped up this summer. He came back a man.”However, McCarthy was disappointed that two goals conceded in injury time spoiled an otherwise good performance at Brentford.He said: “It’s annoying. We should have won the game. We conceded two really poor goals.“I was really delighted with the way we played, I thought we were terrific. As an away performance, I thought it was excellent. I’m sure their coach is ecstatic, it’s like a win for them.”Follow West London Sport on Twitter Find us on Facebooklast_img read more

How the Buddy Comedy Continues to Enamor Audiences

first_imgFrom blockbusters like Thor: Ragnarok to classics from Laurel and Hardy, the buddy comedy continues to win over viewers.Cover image via Marvel Studios.As far as film genres go, the buddy comedy, which is almost as old as the medium itself, has consistently entertained audiences as a straightforward and fun way to examine friendships and bonding.With their beginnings in American cinema, comedic duos like Laurel and Hardy and Abbott and Costello were early definers of the genre’s success with a long string of consecutive hits. Through the decades, other partners began to emerge with a consistent theme of male-male friendships (like Bing Crosby and Bob Hope or Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis).However, since the 1970s, the buddy comedy has gone beyond straight genre formula by incorporating elements of road movies, action films, and diverse pairings with films like Silver Streak (Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder), Rush Hour (Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker) and Thelma & Louise (Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon)Now, with classic buddy comedy elements consistently making their way into major blockbusters like Thor: Ragnarok and Guardians of the Galaxy, let’s look at the elements of the buddy comedy — and how you can incorporate them into your projects.Different Backgrounds, Different PerspectivesImage via Paramount Pictures.First and foremost, the key element to any buddy comedy is the difference between the two main characters. And not just slightly different — polar opposites. Think Steve Martin and John Candy in Planes, Trains and Automobiles or Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in Men in Black.These character differences help create humor, dialogue, conflict, and ultimate resolution. Their character flaws should complement each other’s to help each character overcome, grow, and change for the better by the film’s conclusion.Shared JourneysImage via Sony Pictures.While travel was not originally an element of the buddy comedy, over the years, the genre has closely tied itself with the road film genre. Some notable examples include Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper in Easy Rider or David Spade and Chris Farley in Tommy Boy. Road films are a great vehicle (ha) for tying your two characters and forcing them to reconcile their differences.But a journey doesn’t always have to be on a literal road. Thor and The Hulk in Ragnarok find themselves on a journey together when trapped in the same place, and classic examples like Shawshank Redemption (Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman) or Die Hard (Bruce Willis and Reginald VelJohnson) find creative ways to share journeys while trapped together.Love Triangle TribulationsImage via Paramount Pictures.If you’re working on a mainstream film project, regardless of genre, you pretty much have to include a love story. This creates problems in the buddy comedy genre that filmmakers have addressed in a few different ways. The most obvious is to create a love triangle between the three main characters.The new addition to what is supposed to be a straightforward buddy relationship can cause major strife (as is the case between Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels in Dumb and Dumber), or it can be a major plot device to bring the buddies together (as with Jamie Lee Curtis’s character in Trading Places with Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy).Creating an Unbreakable BondImage via MGM Studios.At the end of your buddy comedy, the final goal is to bring the two characters back together to show how they’ve changed together — and in the process formed an unbreakable bond. (Picture the storybook endings to Shrek and Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure.)However, as buddy comedy elements make their way into other genres, denying audiences of what they want to see can be a powerful reversal of expectations and create some heartfelt and memorable endings — as is the case in Midnight Cowboy and Dog Day Afternoon).If you’re interested in reading more about genre filmmaking tips and tricks, check out some of these articles.Coming-of-Age Tales: A Great Path to Mainstream Cinema SuccessBreak Genre Rules Like a Master FilmmakerThe Making of the Modern Movie Montagelast_img read more

Simeone praises Fiorentina teammate Muriel

first_imgAccording to the striker, the Colombian forward has had an instant impact in the Italian Lega Serie A team, and he’s settling in well.Colombian forward Luis Fernando Muriel joined Fiorentina in the Italian Lega Serie A on January 2nd as a loan from Spanish La Liga club Sevilla.And he immediately made an impact.The 27-year-old scored two goals against Sampdoria on Sunday in his first match with his new team.And for teammate Giovanni Simeone, this means it’s the right time to praise him for his work.“From his experience I can learn a lot, it’s the one that makes him make the difference in front of the opponent’s goal demonstrated already on Sunday,” Simeone told Calcio Mercato.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“It gives further substance to the entire offensive department.”“From when he arrived, it immediately made us feel the great desire to do well, to leave the mark it has,” he added.“It is an incentive for everyone. We have to be smart to take advantage of this strong point and at the same time careful to close the spaces in case of restarting the adversaries.”“We have overcome Torino, an opponent who is not easy to beat, and we cannot stop, I believe that with the right push, let’s not forget that we will play at home,” Simeone added about the team’s next opponent.“Florence on our side, and the desire to go beyond any difficulty, we will be able to play it, we will fight to say our dream, win, and dream of a title with the club. And for all this, I’m working on it (smile)”.“What do they tell me when I go to Madrid?” Griezmann is very strong, like Godin and all the others. Many of them have seen me grow, there is a good estimate,” he concluded.last_img read more

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