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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Real Estate Briefsdevelopment of Uptown at Liberty Park, a $50 million, 320-unit apartment comple
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 4 minutes ago
development of Uptown at Liberty Park, a $50 million, 320-unit apartment complex to be built at the intersection of Pine Island Road and Northeast 24th Avenue in Cape Coral. American Momentum Bank is funding $28.5 million and participant MidWestOne... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Sea level rise is accelerating in Florida, scientists warnfuture generations to solve. It's happening now and is forecast to worsen over
The Tampa Tribune / Posted an hour ago
future generations to solve. It's happening now and is forecast to worsen over the next 20 to 30 years. Canal systems in Fort Lauderdale and Coral Gables have become a liability. For officials in Port Orange and Longboat Key, fortifying storm... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
First Homeowners Set to Move Into Newest FW Neighborhoodthis week — a milestone in a long-planned upscale development that promises to
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 2 hours ago
this week — a milestone in a long-planned upscale development that promises to eventually add 50,000 new residents to west Fort Worth. "We're very excited to be here, very excited to be the first ones in the neighborhood," said David Kaiser, an... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Falling Jeeps, German POWs and other things you might not know about Northwest Floridaand hit a power line on Mooney Road? According to a story by former Daily News
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 7 hours ago
and hit a power line on Mooney Road? According to a story by former Daily News staff writer Bill Tennis, employees of the Fort Walton Beach Municipal Golf Course heard a C-130 cargo plane flying low overhead. Suddenly, a dark object fell out of... Read more
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TribLIVE
Family says rediscovered NASA computers belonged to Reserve Township collectorcollector A volunteer fireman who kept a pair of NASA computers and hundreds o
TribLIVE / Posted 8 hours ago
collector A volunteer fireman who kept a pair of NASA computers and hundreds of data tapes dating back to the moon landing and early explorations of the solar system never knew exactly what he had before he died, his daughter said. NASA... Read more
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Waxahachie Daily Light
Waxahachie High hires E.J. Hairston as new director of sports medicineat TCU and when I came to visit her in Houston, I said to myself 'I've got to g
Waxahachie Daily Light / Posted 8 hours ago
at TCU and when I came to visit her in Houston, I said to myself 'I've got to get out here.'" He said he didn't think he'd land a position in Texas after his first attempt to break into the high school circuit. "I applied to every high school in... Read more
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TribLIVE
Two Pitt students checked for exposure to cyanide after accidentto cyanide after accident Students reenter the Chevron Science Center on the U
TribLIVE / Posted 9 hours ago
to cyanide after accident Students reenter the Chevron Science Center on the University of Pittsburgh Campus in Oakland, Thursday, July 20, 2017. Two University of Pittsburgh students were treated Thursday morning for minor exposure to... Read more
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The Hindu
Should urbanisation score over conservation?The Culture Ministry talks not of cultural heritage but of roadways, railway tr
The Hindu / Posted 10 hours ago
The Culture Ministry talks not of cultural heritage but of roadways, railway tracks, and private landed interests It is remarkable how those today in power, who shout daily from the housetops that they love Bharat Mata and serve her in a manner... Read more
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TribLIVE
‘Growing Up Evancho’: Sisters Jackie, Juliet & family land TLC special'Growing Up Evancho': Sisters Jackie, Juliet & family land TLC special | TribLI
TribLIVE / Posted 11 hours ago
'Growing Up Evancho': Sisters Jackie, Juliet & family land TLC special | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
July 20, 2017concerned with retaining their jobs After the past election designated the peo
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 11 hours ago
concerned with retaining their jobs After the past election designated the people’s choices for offices throughout our land, it is amazing to observe the nearly total inability of the governing bodies to do their jobs. On both sides of the... Read more
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Deseret News
Discovery of pioneer journal sheds light on Temple Square mysteryLake Valley, a longtime question has now been answered. How long after Mormon p
Deseret News / Posted 12 hours ago
Lake Valley, a longtime question has now been answered. How long after Mormon pioneers entered the Salt Lake Valley was land surveyed and designated as the official location of Temple Square? A week? A month? According to a recently discovered... Read more
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The Mercury News
Got Bay Area weekend plans? Here are some ideas (July 20 edition)‘Wandering’ with Amy Seiwert: Grab your passport and let Bay Area choreographer
The Mercury News / Posted 15 hours ago
‘Wandering’ with Amy Seiwert: Grab your passport and let Bay Area choreographer Amy Seiwert take you on a tour of a distant land – still unknown except in your vivid imagination. For “Wandering,” Seiwert found inspiration in the song cycle for voice... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Outdoors: Calendar, July 21. Texas Parks & Wildlife Department: Online application deadline 11:59 p.m. fo
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 hours ago
. Texas Parks & Wildlife Department: Online application deadline 11:59 p.m. for drawn hunts for alligator and private lands dove and pronghorn. Application fees $3 or $10. Some hunts require fees of $80 or $130. No application or hunt fees for... Read more
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Lowell Sun
MassDevelopment names new CEOnonprofits, financial institutions, and communities across the state, and is in
Lowell Sun / Posted 15 hours ago
nonprofits, financial institutions, and communities across the state, and is in charge of the redevelopment of the former Fort Devens. Liss worked for the state Executive Office of Transportation and Construction from 1997 to 1999. In 1999 she was... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
City pursuing Woody Creek land for water storage needsare outlined in red. The parcels the city is under contract to purchase are ow
Aspen Daily News / Posted 20 hours ago
are outlined in red. The parcels the city is under contract to purchase are owned by the Woody Creek Development Co. of Fort Collins, according to public records. They are located just upvalley from the Woody Creek trailer park. Barwick said he... Read more
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TribLIVE
Norwin Historical Society out to save North Huntingdon log houseby Adam Saam, an early settler believed to have fought at the Battle of Bushy R
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
by Adam Saam, an early settler believed to have fought at the Battle of Bushy Run in 1763 and acquired by Saam through a land patent in 1787. It sits along a trail that connected Fort Pitt to Cumberland, Md., Huszar said. “It's pretty critical... Read more
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BC Local News
A look at some oil spills and leaks on the Prairies over the last decade2017: A band member from the Ocean Man First Nation in southeastern Saskatchewa
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
2017: A band member from the Ocean Man First Nation in southeastern Saskatchewan finds a 200,000-litre pool of crude on farmland. The pipeline responsible, owned by Tundra Energy Marketing, is nearly 50 years old and there's no record of it ever... Read more
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Fort McMurray Today
RCMP reminding off-road drivers to drive safecharges if they are caught driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol. Open alc
Fort McMurray Today / Posted yesterday
charges if they are caught driving while impaired by drugs or alcohol. Open alcohol is also not permitted on public land. Under the new OHV Helmet Laws, which came into effect on May 15, drivers of these vehicles are required to wear a... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
Colorado State Forest changing in the aftermath of the mountain pine beetlegray ghosts now," said Twitchell, who works for the Colorado State Forest, whic
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted yesterday
gray ghosts now," said Twitchell, who works for the Colorado State Forest, which is located on nearly 72,000 acres north of Fort Collins, a small section in Larimer County but mostly in Jackson County. The scourge of the mountain pine beetle is old... Read more
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The Washington Times
Inside the Ring: Military building for info warfarea nomination hearing for a second term as vice chairman. “We must also enhance
The Washington Times / Posted yesterday
a nomination hearing for a second term as vice chairman. “We must also enhance our ability to support allies and partner efforts to defend against and defeat adversary propaganda, misinformation and disinformation delivered in cyberspace,” he... Read more
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citybizlist Dallas
HFF Secures $110 Million Refinancing for 7-building Office Portfolio in the Dallas areaThe buildings are situated near the northwest intersection of two of the most h
citybizlist Dallas / Posted yesterday
The buildings are situated near the northwest intersection of two of the most heavily trafficked highways in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, The Dallas North Tollway and President George Bush Turnpike. Completed between 1997 and 2001, the two- and... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Facebook working on way to charge for reading news articlesshould approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fail
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
should approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fails. WSDOT cameras catch hot air balloon landing next to Snohomish highwayWSDOT cameras catch hot air balloon landing next to Snohomish highway SNOHOMISH, Wash. -... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
WSDOT cameras catch hot air balloon landing next to Snohomish highwayshould approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fail
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
should approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fails. SNOHOMISH, Wash. -... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
AP-NORC poll: Negotiate on 'Obamacare,' don't just kill itshould approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fail
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
should approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fails. WSDOT cameras catch hot air balloon landing next to Snohomish highwayWSDOT cameras catch hot air balloon landing next to Snohomish highway SNOHOMISH, Wash. -... Read more
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ABC Montana
WSDOT cameras catch hot air balloon landing next to Snohomish highwayshould approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fail
ABC Montana / Posted yesterday
should approach Democrats with an offer to negotiate if their own overhaul fails. SNOHOMISH, Wash. -... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Tampa to discuss raising property tax rate for first time in 29 yearshomeowners' assessments is capped at 3 percent. The growth in assessments for r
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
homeowners' assessments is capped at 3 percent. The growth in assessments for rental property, commercial property, vacant land and new construction is not capped.) As a result, cities and counties with growing taxable values have effectively... Read more
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Al.com
Baldwin schools unveil details of massive building plan to cheers and questions: What about us?program is a new $15.4 million elementary school that will be built in one of t
Al.com / Posted yesterday
program is a new $15.4 million elementary school that will be built in one of the Eastern Shore cities of Daphne, Spanish Fort or Fairhope. Other projects, which will be included in a financing package the board is scheduled to vote on Thursday,... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Suspects use baby to rob victim in New Orleans hotelmiles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so thr
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
miles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers. WASHINGTON - A cradle-to-grave study of global... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Idaho law enforcement call off search for missing boatermiles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so thr
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
miles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers. WASHINGTON - A cradle-to-grave study of global... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Shoshone Co. Sheriff's Office Posse member dies in logging accidentmiles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so thr
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
miles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers. WASHINGTON - A cradle-to-grave study of global... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Justices allow strict enforcement of Trump refugee banmiles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so thr
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
miles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers. WASHINGTON - A cradle-to-grave study of global... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
World's plastic waste could bury Manhattan 2 miles deepmiles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so thr
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
miles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers. WASHINGTON - A cradle-to-grave study of global... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
2 new Harry Potter books set to be published in Octobermiles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so thr
KHQ Spokane / Posted yesterday
miles of trash. Plastics don't break down like other man-made materials, so three-quarters of the stuff ends up as waste in landfills, littered on land and floating in oceans, lakes and rivers. WASHINGTON - A cradle-to-grave study of global... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Climate change to hit North hardfleeing forest fires. In May, it was Quebecers driven out of their homes by fl
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
fleeing forest fires. In May, it was Quebecers driven out of their homes by floods. The May before that it was the Fort McMurray fire. In 2013, Alberta had the worst flood in the province's history and the most costly natural disaster in... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
In-N-Out Burger making moves in Houston according to tax recordsAccording to records, the California burger chain, long rumored to be coming to
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
According to records, the California burger chain, long rumored to be coming to the Houston area, has purchased land at 8373 Westheimer Road. That address currently houses a Workforce Solutions location and backs up to the Dunvale Walmart... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
Name change proposal brings new members to CivicNorth Fort Myers Civic Association president Michael Land has called public apa
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted yesterday
North Fort Myers Civic Association president Michael Land has called public apathy the plague of the 21st century. For many of the organization's recent meetings, not many more than a dozen people have come to meetings despite some pretty tantalizing... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
Civic & Community Corner: Proposed name change has raucus start, happy endingthat at this meeting I was going to propose that we set in motion the wheels th
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted yesterday
that at this meeting I was going to propose that we set in motion the wheels that would eventually change the name "North Fort Myers" after a three-month contest with a blue-ribbon panel of NFM residents deciding. I was glad that I got to state my... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
Residents rally to reject North Fort Myers name changeIf the turnout at the North Fort Myers Civic Association's Tuesday meeting is a
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted yesterday
If the turnout at the North Fort Myers Civic Association's Tuesday meeting is any indication, there are plenty of people in North Fort Myers who are not only happy to live there but proud to call the community home. More than 300 people - all... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Award-winning video focuses on Urban Pocket Prairiesglobal environmental stewardship. Further, these prairies preserve a lasting lo
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
global environmental stewardship. Further, these prairies preserve a lasting location where students can interact with the land. Since its inception in 1992, the Katy Prairie Conservancy has been working to protect a sustainable portion of the... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Military history on displaycountry’s enemies from the ancient Egyptian era until today. He said the exhibi
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted yesterday
country’s enemies from the ancient Egyptian era until today. He said the exhibition was important because it summed up efforts exerted by Egyptian and foreign archaeologists to explore Egypt’s military history. El-Enany and Al-Feki honoured 12... Read more
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11 News Houston
Thousands turn out for Lockheed Martin 'on the spot' hiring for F-35 jobsFORT WORTH, TEXAS - Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth is in a period of rapid growt
11 News Houston / Posted yesterday
FORT WORTH, TEXAS - Lockheed Martin in Fort Worth is in a period of rapid growth coinciding with the expansion of the F-35 fighter jet project. On Tuesday, thousands lined around the Sheraton Hotel in downtown Fort Worth for a chance to land a job... Read more
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Daily Herald
Joy spreads as bar the caused trouble is turned into rubbleFORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Mark Deister had just stepped up to a podium in a parking l
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Mark Deister had just stepped up to a podium in a parking lot at East Wayne Street and South Anthony Boulevard and begun to speak when a woman in a black minivan drove by and yelled, "Thank you, thank you, thank you." That's... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
Remembering Paulcity pioneer and historian Paul Sanborn are set for 10 a.m., Friday, at Faith P
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted yesterday
city pioneer and historian Paul Sanborn are set for 10 a.m., Friday, at Faith Presbyterian Church with burial to follow at Fort Myers Memorial Gardens in Fort Myers. Paul Sanborn Sanborn passed away at the age of 93 on July 14 a few days after... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
Youth Council rejects golf course land use changeYouth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommen
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted yesterday
Youth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommendation to City Council opposing the proposed land use change request that has a public hearing scheduled on Aug. 21. "This is the last chance to keep this land open,"... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
Youth Council rejects golf course land use changeYouth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommen
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted yesterday
Youth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommendation to City Council opposing the proposed land use change request that has a public hearing scheduled on Aug. 21. "This is the last chance to keep this land open,"... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
Island OpportunitiesWhen season is over, it's time for the locals to get out and enjoy the island's
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted yesterday
When season is over, it's time for the locals to get out and enjoy the island's food and entertainment scene. It can be hard to get around during season, but once traffic lightens - even with construction - our islanders have lots of delicious or fun... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
Remembering Paulcity pioneer and historian Paul Sanborn are set for 10 a.m., Friday, at Faith P
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted yesterday
city pioneer and historian Paul Sanborn are set for 10 a.m., Friday, at Faith Presbyterian Church with burial to follow at Fort Myers Memorial Gardens in Fort Myers. Paul Sanborn Sanborn passed away at the age of 93 on July 14 a few days after... Read more
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Lehigh Acres Citizen
Remembering Paulcity pioneer and historian Paul Sanborn are set for 10 a.m., Friday, at Faith P
Lehigh Acres Citizen / Posted yesterday
city pioneer and historian Paul Sanborn are set for 10 a.m., Friday, at Faith Presbyterian Church with burial to follow at Fort Myers Memorial Gardens in Fort Myers. Paul Sanborn Sanborn passed away at the age of 93 on July 14 a few days after... Read more
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Lehigh Acres Citizen
Youth Council rejects golf course land use changeYouth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommen
Lehigh Acres Citizen / Posted yesterday
Youth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommendation to City Council opposing the proposed land use change request that has a public hearing scheduled on Aug. 21. "This is the last chance to keep this land open,"... Read more
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The Pine Island Eagle
Youth Council rejects golf course land use changeYouth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommen
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted yesterday
Youth Council voted unanimously last Friday to send its first official recommendation to City Council opposing the proposed land use change request that has a public hearing scheduled on Aug. 21. "This is the last chance to keep this land open,"... Read more
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