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    • Upsidedown Bear
    • By Upsidedown Bear 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
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    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread
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    • 29th Oct 15, 2:22 PM
    The Alphabetty Happy Chatty thread 29th Oct 15 at 2:22 PM
    Hello lovely alphabettys old and new and welcome to the new Alphabetty thread



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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 7th Jan 18, 12:03 PM
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    Re. the distaff and spindle thing, it's amazing that something so simple could result in thread or yarn.

    I mean the distaff is there just to hold the raw wool clump, and you tease a bit out, attach it to the spindle, (I think), and then you roll the yarn in your thigh, with the weight of the spindle pulling it down and assisting as you roll it into the thread shape. (This is all from memory as a child!)

    As I said before, the trick is to roll it evenly so that you get an even denier? is that the term? (Thickness of thread, anyway). It's hard to get it even, when you start, as I found!

    We're talking age of 9 or 10 here!
    It was also the first time I'd seen raw wool. I can't remember if I'd actually seen a live sheep before that age, having been brung up in a city, apart from ones in fields viewed from the car window! But I'd never seen wool 'off' the sheep, iykwim!


    It was the same with the felting..... I never knew that it was such a basic technique, to make felt material! No wonder it's thought to be the first material ever made.
    Just fibres of raw wool, laid first one way the other way, then wetted and soaped and then rolled in a sausage shape like a rolling pin. The water causes the fibres to shrink and the rolling action accelerates this and causes the fibres to knit together. Then you rub it by hand to get it shrink in the right direction, so that it won't be too big.

    And there you are..... a felt piece of clothing or whatever!
    Amazeballs!

    I've signed up to do another day's hat making in March!
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    • colinw
    • By colinw 7th Jan 18, 8:21 PM
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    I've given up biscuits (have none at home) but am I allowed to eat social ones? (When out playing cards, scrabble) Not a fan of lettuce, gives me indigestion. The Facebook diet group I joined last year kicked into life again last week, but not inspired me yet Sat here wearing a heart monitor following hospital visit yesterday & bricking it about having heart surgery shortly. Telling myself it's only a day case so can't be too bad.
    Originally posted by Chieveley
    Good luck with surgery hopefully it will be fine, is it a stent by any chance? I had one done about 6 years ago and that was 30 minutes or so in theatre.
    • Chieveley
    • By Chieveley 7th Jan 18, 9:42 PM
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    Good luck with surgery hopefully it will be fine, is it a stent by any chance? I had one done about 6 years ago and that was 30 minutes or so in theatre.
    Originally posted by colinw
    Thanks, it's an ablation, my pulse reaches 160+not good long term. Tad annoying as I'm not a pensioner yet.
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 8th Jan 18, 5:05 AM
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    PYXIS's DRY JANUARY!

    DAY 7: Sunday Jan 7th


    7 down, 24 to go.



    Needed the fizzies yesterday! Despite the sugar.

    Still, non-alcoholic fizzies be better'n alcoholic ones!

    There's a quite nice Sicilian blood orange drink which is sparkly, which I found in Sainsbury's. Chock full of sugar, mind, but it did the job! Quite a good 'substitute' as it turned out.
    Fooled my brain, anyway!

    Yesterday, I also managed to clear the dross covering my dining table, (that's only been there a year! ), so that I could finally get all my accounts papers out, for my tax return.
    Yes, I know I've left it until the last minute, and it's a much worse last minute than usual, this year, but so be it.

    But I've started doing it now, so go me!
    Last edited by Pyxis; 08-01-2018 at 7:05 AM.
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    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 8th Jan 18, 6:57 AM
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    Good morning lovely Alphabettys

    I hope you're all well and raring to go on this thoughtful
    and glorious day!





    Plough Monday is the name given to the first Monday after January
    6th, and it marked the resumption of agricultural work after the
    Christmas festivities.

    In some areas of England it was common for the farm labourers to
    tour the villages with their plough in a money-raising trip, perhaps
    with singing, mumming plays and dancing or even parading a
    Straw Bear; the participants commonly disguised themselves with
    costumes or by blacking their faces with soot, perhaps so that they
    could not be identified if they ploughed up the gardens of
    householders unwilling to make contributions.



    The areas in which the celebrations were most common were in
    the east midlands and East Anglia and it is in this area today that
    most of the revivals are carried out, often on a weekend in early to
    mid January. It was also common for church ceremonies involving
    blessing the plough to take place either on Plough Monday or the
    Sunday immediately before and some of these have also been
    revived.



    http://calendarcustoms.com/articles/plough-monday/

    http://www.ploughmonday.co.uk/

    http://old-glory.org.uk/index.htm

    ^^ Please refer to sites for further info








    Are You Ready For National Obesity Awareness Week 2018?

    As the new year gets underway, there’s never been a better time
    to make a sustainable improvement to your diet.



    This January, from the 8th to the 14th, UK adults are encouraged
    to tackle obesity head on and improve their overall health for
    good. That’s because it’s National Obesity Awareness Week 2018.

    Whether it’s by cooking healthier meals, avoiding snacking
    throughout the day, or making the effort to be a little more
    physically active, this is your chance to get healthy and stay
    healthy. If your New Year’s resolution was to lose weight and get
    healthy, this is the perfect opportunity to really get started.



    Why Is National Obesity Awareness Week So Important?

    Simply put, obesity awareness is important because obesity and
    weight problems are a growing problem in the UK. Britain is the
    most obese country in Europe, and rates have been steadily
    climbing for several years. In 2014, 62% of UK adults were classed
    as obese, compared to 53% 20 years earlier.

    Nowadays, more than two thirds of men and almost 6 in 10
    women are overweight or obese in the UK. Raising awareness of
    the dangers of weight issues can help us as a society to get to
    grips with this epidemic and begin to reverse the trend.

    A large part of this is understanding the difference between short
    term weight loss solutions and long term lifestyle changes.
    Extreme diets may offer weight loss benefits in the short term, but
    making permanent changes to your lifestyle through diet and
    physical activity are the only way to ensure the long term health
    benefits associated with weight loss. Part of this comes from better
    understanding the food we eat and how the body handles them.



    Take A Second Glance At Your Food Shop This National Obesity
    Awareness Week.

    We all know about the negative effects of excessive consumption
    when it comes to food items like sugars. But when it comes to our
    weekly food shop most of us aren’t fully aware of the contents of
    regular food items like cereals and so-called “diet” options. For
    example, yoghurt is often marketed as a health food, and in cases
    of natural yoghurt products can be extremely good for you.
    However, some yoghurt brands, including ones aimed at children
    and “low-fat” options often contain large amounts of added sugar.

    https://www.expresspharmacy.co.uk/blog/posts/are-you-ready-for-national-obesity-awareness-week-2018

    http://www.nationalobesityforum.org.uk/

    ^^ Please refer to sites for further info






    New Change4Life campaign targets
    sugary snacks




    ‘100 calorie snacks, two a day max’

    Earlier this week, Public Health England launched a new wave of
    their flagship Change4Life campaign, specifically promoting
    healthier snack choices for children. The campaign is part of a bid
    to help children consume less sugar, as half of all sugar intake in
    children comes from snacks and sugary drinks – which is putting
    children’s health at risk.

    The £4.5m investment into the new campaign will include new
    advertisements using their iconic animations, online resources and
    information leaflets. The campaign will also host some
    experimental roadshows in the months following the launch,
    promoting key messages into the community.

    The slogan of the new campaign encourages parents to look for
    ‘100 calorie snacks, two a day max’ to help them purchase
    healthier snacks than the ones they currently buy. PHE claims that
    lunch boxes are filled with unhealthy snacks and children
    consistently snack on sugary foods and beverages between meals.



    On average, children are consuming at least 3 unhealthy snacks
    and sugary drinks a day, with around a third consuming 4 or more.
    The overall result is that children consume 3 times more sugar
    than is recommended by public health guidance.

    Parents can sign up on the Change4Life website online to get
    vouchers for money off healthier snacks, such as malt loaf, lower
    sugar fromage frais, and drinks with no added sugar. Also available
    on the Change4Life website are suggestions and ideas to make
    healthy snacks for children >>>

    http://www.foodactive.org.uk/new-change4life-campaign-targets-sugary-snacks/

    https://www.nhs.uk/change4life#

    https://registration.change4life.co.uk/Change4Life

    ^^ Please refer to sites for further info





    Have a brilliant and safe day all whatever you have planned. I will
    catch up later.

    Alfie xxx
    MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS
    HELP for HEROES
    WASPI

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    • colinw
    • By colinw 8th Jan 18, 8:24 AM
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    Morning All I am off to tend to the fields now
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 8th Jan 18, 8:36 AM
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    Morning All I am off to tend to the fields now
    Originally posted by colinw
    Whatcha ploughing' for? Wheat? Barley? Cabbages? Kings?
    Denmark and Senegal
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    • colinw
    • By colinw 8th Jan 18, 9:17 AM
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    Whatcha ploughing' for? Wheat? Barley? Cabbages? Kings?
    Originally posted by Pyxis
    I am harvesting Tassimo Costa Latte Pods nothing coming through yet
    • joansgirl
    • By joansgirl 8th Jan 18, 10:58 AM
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    Morning Bettys, today I am giving it the big clean

    My bathroom is a lot dirtier than I thought, the beauty of cleaning with your glasses on
    Some people only exist as examples of what to avoid...
    .


    Finito

    Brazil and Serbia
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 8th Jan 18, 12:53 PM
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    I am harvesting Tassimo Costa Latte Pods nothing coming through yet
    Originally posted by colinw
    Ooh, Coley! I've heard there's a dreadful epidemic of Tassimo Costa Latte Pod blight sweeping northwards even as we speak!

    Never mind, I can let you have some of my green tea with lemon!
    Denmark and Senegal
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    • joansgirl
    • By joansgirl 8th Jan 18, 1:12 PM
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    Ooh, Coley! I've heard there's a dreadful epidemic of Tassimo Costa Latte Pod blight sweeping northwards even as we speak!

    Never mind, I can let you have some of my green tea with lemon!
    Originally posted by Pyxis
    That might explain why his pods keep exploding
    Some people only exist as examples of what to avoid...
    .


    Finito

    Brazil and Serbia
    • colinw
    • By colinw 8th Jan 18, 2:23 PM
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    Ooh, Coley! I've heard there's a dreadful epidemic of Tassimo Costa Latte Pod blight sweeping northwards even as we speak!

    Never mind, I can let you have some of my green tea with lemon!
    Originally posted by Pyxis
    Green Tea
    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 8th Jan 18, 4:40 PM
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    PYXIS's DRY JANUARY!

    DAY 7: Sunday Jan 7th


    7 down, 24 to go.



    Needed the fizzies yesterday! Despite the sugar.

    Still, non-alcoholic fizzies be better'n alcoholic ones!

    There's a quite nice Sicilian blood orange drink which is sparkly, which I found in Sainsbury's. Chock full of sugar, mind, but it did the job! Quite a good 'substitute' as it turned out.
    Fooled my brain, anyway!

    Yesterday, I also managed to clear the dross covering my dining table, (that's only been there a year! ), so that I could finally get all my accounts papers out, for my tax return.
    Yes, I know I've left it until the last minute, and it's a much worse last minute than usual, this year, but so be it.

    But I've started doing it now, so go me!
    Originally posted by Pyxis

    Yay! Another day done and dusted! Well done you!

    7 stars awarded




    24 to go


    Hope you're getting on ok with your tax return.




    Hi Gill and ploughman Colin, harvester of Tassimo
    Costa Latte Pods before they fall victim to the dreadful
    epidemic of Tassimo Costa Latte Pod blight sweeping
    northwards!

    Has it reached you yet? Never fear .... young Pyxis has
    kindly offered you some green tea with lemon! Yum!
    Scrumptious!




    Green Tea Latte because coffee is so last year.



    Alfie xxx
    MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS
    HELP for HEROES
    WASPI

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    • colinw
    • By colinw 8th Jan 18, 5:32 PM
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    Yay! Another day done and dusted! Well done you!

    7 stars awarded




    24 to go


    Hope you're getting on ok with your tax return.




    Hi Gill and ploughman Colin, harvester of Tassimo
    Costa Latte Pods before they fall victim to the dreadful
    epidemic of Tassimo Costa Latte Pod blight sweeping
    northwards!

    Has it reached you yet? Never fear .... young Pyxis has
    kindly offered you some green tea with lemon! Yum!
    Scrumptious!




    Green Tea Latte because coffee is so last year.



    Alfie xxx
    Originally posted by AlfieBlue
    That is just pea & ham soup
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 8th Jan 18, 7:43 PM
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    Wheeeeeee! Lots of luvverly stars!





    Am making great headway with the accounts. Am about three-quarters through them. My accountant will actually do the tax return , because although the amounts aren't huge by any means, a couple of things are rather complicated, and they save me money by doing it properly! I had this firm when I had my business, so they know me.

    When I first started, I had one of the partners as my accountant.... that was 26 years ago, and now his son is my accountant! (In the same firm!)


    I got some nice Elderflower Pressè today! Nice delicate aroma and taste.




    Green tea latte? blahugh!
    Milk blahugh!
    I gave up milk in both tea and coffee many years ago. One of the reasons why I now prefer green tea. Milk in green tea? Nooooooooooooooo!
    Last edited by Pyxis; 08-01-2018 at 7:46 PM.
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    Founder Member: WIMPS ANONYMOUS
    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 9th Jan 18, 5:06 AM
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    PYXIS's DRY JANUARY!

    DAY 8 : Jan 8th


    8 down, 23 to go.



    I got a fright yesterday.
    I went to put a tall bottle of elderflower pressè away in a particular cupboard, and saw a bottle of port in there. Well, I say a bottle, but there was only a small amount left in it, about half a wine glass worth, plus the usual sediment.

    I'd forgotten it was there, as I don't like port much, and only had it for my throat.

    Anyway, it gave me a fright, because my immediate reaction was to use it up! My second reaction was to leave it until the end of the month, but then I thought, no, it would be too much of a temptation!

    Now that I knew it was there, it would be like those sweeties in Alfie's supermarket cartoon!

    So I quickly picked it up and poured it down the sink!

    It was only a small amount, and some was the sediment, but I wasn't taking any chances!

    Phew!
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    Founder Member: WIMPS ANONYMOUS
    • AlfieBlue
    • By AlfieBlue 9th Jan 18, 7:31 AM
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    Good morning lovely Alphabettys

    I hope you're all well and raring to go on this thoughtful
    and glorious Tuesday!


    Tough Mudder 2018



    About Tough Mudder

    Tough Mudder is a team-oriented obstacle course over 10-12 miles
    designed to test physical strength and mental grit. Tough Mudder
    puts camaraderie over finisher rankings and is not a timed race but
    a team challenge that allows participants to experience
    exhilarating, yet safe, world-class obstacles they won't find
    anywhere else.

    Like Tough Mudder, Tough Mudder Half is not a race, it’s a
    challenge. Designed to test teamwork and grit on a 5 mile obstacle
    course without fire, ice or electricity, it’s all the mud and half the
    distance.

    Thanks to our incredible mudders, nobody will have to face living
    with epilepsy alone.

    Registration fee: £30
    Minimum sponsorship pledge: £295

    Sign up to Tough Mudder >> Sign up to Tough Mudder Half >>

    2018
    Tough Mudder Full


    London West - Saturday 28 April (Weekend One)
    London West - Saturday 5 or Sunday 6 May (Weekend Two)
    Midlands - Saturday 12 May (Weekend One)
    Midlands - Saturday 19 or Sunday 20 May (Weekend One)
    Scotland - Saturday 16 or Sunday 17 June
    London North - Saturday 7 or Sunday 8 July
    Yorkshire - Saturday 28 or Sunday 29 July
    North West - Saturday 8 or Sunday 9 September
    London South - Saturday 22 September (Weekend One)
    London South - Saturday 29 or Sunday 30 September (Weekend
    Two)

    Tough Mudder Half

    London West - Saturday 28 April (Weekend One)
    London West - Saturday 5 or Sunday 6 May (Weekend Two)
    Midlands - Saturday 12 May (Weekend One)
    Midlands - Saturday 19 or Sunday 20 May (Weekend One)
    Scotland - Saturday 16 or Sunday 17 June
    London North - Saturday 7 or Sunday 8 July
    Yorkshire - Saturday 28 or Sunday 29 July
    North West - Saturday 8 or Sunday 9 September
    London South - Saturday 22 September (Weekend One)
    London South - Saturday 29 or Sunday 30 September (Weekend
    Two)

    Registration fee: £30

    Minimum sponsorship pledge: £295

    Need a place?

    Epilepsy Action has a number of guaranteed places in Tough
    Mudder and Tough Mudder Half at various locations in the UK. In
    return for a place we ask you to pay a registration fee of £30 and
    commit to the minimum sponsorship target of £295.

    Sign up to Tough Mudder >> Sign up to Tough Mudder Half >>

    Have your own place?

    If you have been successful in securing your own place in a Tough
    Mudder event, we would be delighted to have you on our team.
    There is no set sponsorship target, we simply ask you to raise
    what you can!



    https://www.epilepsy.org.uk/support-our-work/running/tough-mudder

    ^^ Please refer to site for further info







    Welcome to The Big Half!

    The Big Half is a new event and will be held for the first time on
    Sunday 4 March 2018.

    Created by London Marathon Events Ltd, in partnership with
    Sported, The Big Half is a new one day festival centred around the
    half marathon distance, which aims to be truly global and uniquely
    local in a celebration of the wonderful cultural diversity of the great
    city of London.



    What’s happening?

    Up to 20,000 people will participate in events that include:

    The Big Half: a half marathon starting at Tower Bridge and
    finishing in Greenwich, passing through the boroughs of
    Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Lewisham and Greenwich.

    The Little Half: a relay and other events over different distances of
    The Big Half course for participants of all ages and abilities.

    The Big Relay will be exclusively open to community groups from
    the host boroughs of Southwark, Lewisham, Tower Hamlets and
    Greenwich. Participants will be able to run in teams of four, each
    person will run one leg of The Big Relay – over distances ranging
    from one mile to five miles.



    The Big Festival: a celebration of London’s diverse culture, food
    and music which will take place throughout the day in Greenwich.



    What makes The Big Half unique?

    Our vision is to create a sports event for all Londoners and inspire
    entries from participants from all backgrounds so that the event
    mirrors the diverse demographics of London’s multi-cultural
    population. This has never been done before.

    We are working, together with our partners Sported, with the
    many community groups in the four London boroughs on the
    course to create a genuine engagement in the event with local
    communities. Preferential entries will be offered to these
    community groups and London residents.

    The Big Half will also feature a top international elite field,
    wheelchair racers and a mass field running on a certified course
    over the half marathon distance (which is therefore eligible for
    world records).



    https://www.thebighalf.co.uk/

    ^^ Please refer to site for further info








    Have a brilliant and safe day all whatever you have planned. I will
    catch up later.

    Alfie xxx
    MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS
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    WASPI

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    • indesisiv
    • By indesisiv 9th Jan 18, 7:49 AM
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    Grrrr ... I am not a fan of these big companies that do these events!!
    This one is not as bad as the GNR and suchlike but how can they justify £37 for a half, and more to the point why do people pay that!!!

    There are nicer halfs run by local running clubs for half that price. I wish people would stop supporting these massive money making companies and support the races arranged by their local running clubs!

    ***rant over***
    “Time is intended to be spent, not saved” - Alfred Wainwright

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    • Pyxis
    • By Pyxis 9th Jan 18, 8:04 AM
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    Grrrr ... I am not a fan of these big companies that do these events!!
    This one is not as bad as the GNR and suchlike but how can they justify £37 for a half, and more to the point why do people pay that!!!

    There are nicer halfs run by local running clubs for half that price. I wish people would stop supporting these massive money making companies and support the races arranged by their local running clubs!

    ***rant over***
    Originally posted by indesisiv
    If they are going to have loads of people running on public roads, might they have to pay for road closure admin, extra insurance, or something?

    Just a thought.
    Denmark and Senegal
    (I just lurve spiders! )
    INFJ(Turbulent).

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    • indesisiv
    • By indesisiv 9th Jan 18, 8:17 AM
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    If they are going to have loads of people running on public roads, might they have to pay for road closure admin, extra insurance, or something?

    Just a thought.
    Originally posted by Pyxis
    We have full road closures for the races we organise. Road closures manned by appropriately qualified people. (including me who have done the full traffic management course) In the middle of a large market town.
    In fact our 10k race also goes through the middle of the pedestrian part of the town too and we have to create a barriered off route all the way through.

    My issue with the big companies is that they generally do rely on volunteers to do the marshalling. Ok they do have specific traffic management companies to do that side of it.

    Ok from our side the races are arranged by volunteers from the local running club, but we have spent a few evenings so far this year writing traffic management plans so that we can get them through the council so we can have the road closures.
    “Time is intended to be spent, not saved” - Alfred Wainwright

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