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Saturday, 27 August 2016

Philips introduces diagnostic quality web-based echo reporting in IntelliSpace Cardiovascular

 
Philips introduces diagnostic quality web-based echo reporting in IntelliSpace Cardiovascular
- New web-based echo reporting provides clinicians with improved remote access and convenience - Vendor agnostic expanded WebAPI enable easier integration for comprehensive patient data and analytics AMSTERDAM and ROME, Aug. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Royal Philips (NYSE:...
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La exposición "Sintiendo China" llega a Almaty, Kazajstán
ALMATY, Kazajstán, 27 de agosto de 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A las 10 a m hora local el 26 de agosto, la exposición "Sintiendo China-Viaje a Kazajstán" abrió formalmente en la Universidad Nacional de Kazajstán en la mayor ciudad de la nación,...
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Il Rumi Forum diffonde un messaggio di condoglianze di Fethullah Gülen per le vittime del terremoto in Italia
WASHINGTON, 27 agosto, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Il Rumi Forum ha rilasciato la seguente dichiarazione di Fethullah Gülen sul recente terremoto in Italia: Siamo dispiaciuti e profondamente addolorati per il terremoto che ha colpito il centro Italia provocando più di 240...
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Philips muestra su gama completa de soluciones en el ESC Congress 2016
ÁMSTERDAM y ROMA, August 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Philips muestra su gama completa de soluciones de cardiología para prevención personalizada, diagnosis y tratamiento de enfermedad cardiovascular en el ESC Congress 2016  El software de cardiología integrada,...
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À l'occasion du congrès 2016 de l'ESC, Philips présente une suite complète de solutions en cardiologie pour une approche personnalisée de la prévention, du diagnostic et du traitement des maladies cardiovasculaires
AMSTERDAM et ROME, August 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Des logiciels, solutions et services de cardiologie intégrés pour optimiser le parcours de traitement, avec à la clé des interventions précoces, de meilleurs résultats pour les patients et une contribution...
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L'exposition « Sensing China » ouvre ses portes à Almaty, au Kazakhstan
ALMATY, Kazakhstan, le 27 août 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Le 26 août à 10h00, heure locale, l'exposition « Sensing China-Travel to Kazakhstan » a officiellement ouvert ses portes à l'Université nationale du Kazakhstan,...
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„Sensing China" Ausstellung in Almaty, Kasachstan, eröffnet
ALMATY, Kasachstan, 27. August 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Am 26. August um 10.00 Uhr Lokalzeit wurde die Ausstellung „Sensing China-Travel to Kazakhstan" offiziell in der Kazakhstan National University in der größten Stadt des Landes, Almaty, eröffnet. Die vom...
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The Vatican: Pope thanks Ventimiglia diocese for care of migrants, refugees

Pope thanks Ventimiglia diocese for care of migrants, refugees
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a message to the bishop of the northern Italian city of Ventimiglia, where scores of migrants and refugees have congregated in the hopes of crossing the nearby border into France. The Pope's message, which was published on the diocesan website , comes in response to a letter from Bishop Antonio Suetta of Ventimiglia – San Remo, which recounted the situation on the ground. In the Holy Father's letter, which was signed 17 August, he expressed his spiritual closeness with "affection and prayer" to the bishop, the entire diocese, and all those who "strive to meet the needs of these people who are escaping war and violence, in search of hope and a peaceful future." "I wish so much to thank you for the efforts which this diocesan community is deploying with admirable evangelical charity, establishing human, logistical, and economic resources to support these, our brothers and sisters, who are living an immense tragedy." Pope Francis encouraged the bishop, along with the priests, consecrated persons, pastoral workers, and other Church entities to continue with their "generous commitment to welcome and solidarity," thereby becoming "ever more a 'Church in exit,' the joyful herald of the Gospel of mercy and a witness to hope." The Pope concluded his message by reiterating his "sincere appreciation" for the fervor of the diocesan community, and assuring them of his prayers, while bestowing on them his apostolic blessing. (from Vatican Radio)...
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Pope Francis: Jubilee Video Message to Americas
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a Video Message to the Church in the Americas to mark the American continental Jubilee, opening Saturday, August 27 th in Bogota, Colombia, and running through August 30 th , under the auspices of the Bishops' Conference of Latin America (CELAM) and the Pontifical Commission for Latin America, with the close cooperation of the US and Canadian Bishops' Conferences. The theme of the continental Jubilee celebration is taken from Pope Francis' homily at Mass on May 2 nd , 2015, at the Pontifical North American College in Rome, where he had gone to visit as part of preparations for the canonization of St. Junipero Serra: "May a powerful gust of holiness sweep through all the Americas during the coming Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy!" Below, please find the full text of the Pope's Message ******************************************* I welcome the initiative of CELAM and CAL, in association with the bishops of the United States and Canada – this makes me think of the Synod of America – to make possible this continent-wide opportunity to celebrate the Jubilee of Mercy.  I am pleased to know that all the countries of America have been able to take part.  Given the many attempts to fragment, divide and set our peoples at odds, such events help us to broaden our horizons and to continue our handshake; a great sign that encourages us in hope. I would like to begin with the words of the apostle Paul to his beloved disciple: "I am grateful to Christ Jesus our Lord, who has strengthened me, because he judged me faithful and appointed me to his service, even though I was formerly a blasphemer, a persecutor, and a man of violence.  But I received mercy because I had acted ignorantly in unbelief, and the grace of our Lord overflowed for me with the faith and love that are in Christ Jesus.  The saying is sure and worthy of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners – of whom I am the foremost.  But for that very reason I received mercy, so that in me, as the foremost, Jesus Christ might display the utmost patience" (1 Tim 1:12-16a). So Paul tells Timothy in his First Letter, chapter 1, verses 12 to 16.  In speaking to him, he wants to speak to each of us.  His words are an invitation, I would even say, a provocation.  Words meant to motivate Timothy and all those who would hear them throughout history.  They are words that cannot leave us indifferent; rather, they profoundly affect our lives. Paul minces no words: Jesus Christ came into the world to save sinners, of whom Paul considers himself the worst.  He is clearly aware of who he is, he does not conceal his past or even his present.  But he describes himself in this way neither to excuse or justify himself, much less to boast of his condition.  We are at the very beginning of the letter, and he has already warned Timothy about "myths and endless genealogies" and "meaningless talk", and warned him that all these end up in "disputes", arguments.  At first, we might think that he is dwelling on his own sinfulness, but he does this so that Timothy, and each of us with him, can identify with him.  To use football terms we could say: he kicks the ball to the center so that another can head the ball.  He "passes us the ball" to enable us to share his own experience: despite all my sins, "I received mercy". We have the opportunity to be here because, with Paul, we can say: "We received mercy".  For all our sins, our limitations, our failings, for all the many times we have fallen, Jesus has looked upon us and drawn near to us.  He has given us his hand and showed us mercy.  To whom?  To me, to you, to everyone.  All of us can think back and remember the many times the Lord looked upon us, drew near and showed us mercy.  All those times that the Lord kept trusting, kept betting on us (cf. Ez 16).  For my part, I think of the sixteenth chapter of Ezekiel, and the Lord's constant betting on each one of us.  That is what Paul calls "sound teaching" – think about it! – sound teaching is this: that we received mercy.  That is the heart of Paul's letter to Timothy.  During this time of the Jubilee, how good it is for us to reflect on this truth, to think back on how throughout our lives the Lord has always been near us and showed us mercy.  To concentrate on remembering our sin and not our alleged merits, to grow in a humble and guilt-free awareness of all those times we turned away from God – we, not someone else, not the person next to us, much less that of our people – and to be once more amazed by God's mercy.  That is a sure message, sound teaching, and never empty talk. There is one particular thing about Paul's letter that I would like to share with you.  Paul does not say: "The Lord spoke and told me" or "The Lord showed me or taught me".  He says: "He treated me with mercy".   For Paul, his relationship with Jesus was sealed by the way he treated him.  Far from being an idea, a desire, a theory – much less an ideology –, mercy is a concrete way of "touching" weakness, of bonding with others, of drawing closer to others.  It is a concrete way of meeting people where they are at.  It is a way of acting that makes us give the best of ourselves so that others can feel "treated" in such a way that they feel that in their lives the last word has not yet been spoken.  Treated in such a way that those who feel crushed by the burden of their sins can feel relieved at being given another chance.  Far from a mere beautiful word, mercy is the concrete act by which God seeks to relate to his children.  Paul uses the passive voice – pardon me for being a bit pedantic here – and the past tense.  To put it loosely, he could well have said: "I was 'shown mercy'".  The passive makes Paul the receiver of the action of another; he does nothing more than allow himself to be shown mercy.  The past tense of the original reminds us that in him the experience took place at a precise moment in time, one that he remembers, gives thanks for, and celebrates. Paul's God starts a movement from heart to hands, the movement of one who is unafraid to draw near, to touch, to caress, without being scandalized, without condemning, without dismissing anyone.  A way of acting that becomes incarnate in people's lives. To understand and accept what God does for us – a God who does not think, love or act out of fear, but because he trusts us and expects us to change – must perhaps be our hermeneutical criterion, our mode of operation: "Go and do likewise" (Lk 10:37).  Our way of treating others, in consequence, must never be based on fear but on the hope God has in our ability to change.  Which will it be: hope for change, or fear?  The only thing acting out of fear accomplishes is to separate, to divide, to attempt to distinguish with surgical precision one side from the other, to create false security and thus to build walls.  Acting on the basis of hope for change, for conversion, encourages and incites, it looks to the future, it makes room for opportunity, and it keeps us moving forward.  Acting on the basis of fear bespeaks guilt, punishment, "you were wrong".  Acting on the basis of hope of transformation bespeaks trusting, learning, getting up, constantly trying to generate new opportunities.  How many times?  Seventy times seven.  For that reason, treating people with mercy always awakens creativity.  It is concerned with the face of the person, with his or her life, history and daily existence. It is not married to one model or recipe, but enjoys a healthy freedom of spirit, and can thus seek what is the best for the other person, in a way they can understand.  This engages all our abilities and gifts; it makes us step out from behind our walls.  It is never empty talk – as Paul tells us – that entangles us in endless disputes.  Acting on the basis of hope for change is a restless way of thinking that sets our heart pounding and readies our hands for action.  The journey from heart to hands. Seeing how God acts in this way, we might be scandalized, like the older son in the parable of the Merciful Father, by how the father treats his younger son upon seeing him return.  We might be scandalized that he embraced him, treated him with love, called for him to be dressed in the best robes even though he was so filthy.  We might be scandalized that upon seeing him return, he kissed him and threw a party. We might be scandalized that he did not upbraid him but instead treated him for what he was: a son. We start being scandalized – and this happens to us all, it's almost automatic, no? – we start being scandalized when spiritual Alzheimer's sets in: when we forget how the Lord has treated us, when we begin to judge and divide people up.  We take on a separatist mindset that, without our realizing it, leads us to fragment our social and communal reality all the more.  We fragment the present by creating "groups".  Groups of good and bad, saints and sinners.  This memory loss gradually makes us forget the richest reality we possess and the clearest teaching we have to defend.  The richest reality and the clearest teaching.  Though we are all sinners, the Lord has unfailingly treated us with mercy.  Paul never forgot that he was on the other side, that he was chosen last, as one born out of time.  Mercy is not a "theory to brandish":  "Ah!  Now it is fashionable to talk about mercy for this Jubilee, so let's follow the fashion".  No, it is not a theory to brandish so that our condescension can be applauded, but rather a history of sin to be remembered.  Which sin?  Ours, mine and yours.  And a love to be praised.  Which love?  The love of God, who has shown me mercy. We are part of a fragmented culture, a throwaway culture.  A culture tainted by the exclusion of everything that might threaten the interests of a few.  A culture that is leaving by the roadside the faces of the elderly, children, ethnic minorities seen as a threat.  A culture that little by little promotes the comfort of a few and increases the suffering of many others.  A culture that is incapable of accompanying the young in their dreams but sedates them with promises of ethereal happiness and hides the living memory of their elders.  A culture that has squandered the wisdom of the indigenous peoples and has shown itself incapable of caring for the richness of their lands. All of us are aware, all of us know that we live in a society that is hurting; no one doubts this.  We live in a society that is bleeding, and the price of its wounds normally ends up being paid by the most vulnerable.  But it is precisely to this society, to this culture , that the Lord sends us.  He sends us and urges us to bring the balm of "his" presence.  He sends us with one program alone: to treat one another with mercy.  To become neighbors to those thousands of defenseless people who walk in our beloved American land by proposing a different way of treating them.  A renewed way, trying to let our form of bonding be inspired by God's dream, by what he has done.  A way of treating others based on remembering that all of us came from afar, like Abraham, and all of us were brought out of places of slavery, like the people of Israel. All of us still vividly recall our experience in Aparecida and its invitation once more to become missionary disciples.  We spoke at length about discipleship, and wondered how best to promote the catechesis of discipleship and mission.  Paul gives us an interesting key to this: showing mercy.  He reminds us that what made him an apostle was how he was treated, how God drew near to his life: "I received mercy".  What made him a disciple was the trust God showed in him despite his many sins.  And that reminds us that we may have the best plans, projects and theories about what to do, but if we lack that "show of mercy", our pastoral work will be cut off midway. All this has to do with our catechesis, our seminaries – do we teach our seminarians this path of showing mercy? – our parish structures and pastoral plans.  All this has to do with our missionary activity, our pastoral plans, our clergy meetings and even our way of doing theology.  It is about learning to show mercy, a form of bonding that we daily have to ask for – because it is a grace – and need to learn.  Showing mercy among ourselves as bishops, priests and laity.  In theory we are "missionaries of mercy", yet often we are better at "mistreating" than at treating well.  How many times have we failed in our seminaries to inspire, accompany and encourage a pedagogy of mercy, and to teach that the heart of pastoral work is showing mercy.  Being pastors who treat and not mistreat.  Please, I ask you: be pastors who know how to treat and not mistreat. Today we are asked especially to show mercy to God's holy and faithful people – they know a lot about being merciful because they have a good memory –, to the people who come to our communities with their sufferings, sorrows and hurts.  But also to the people who do not come to our communities, yet are wounded by the paths of history and hope to receive mercy.  Mercy is learned from experience – in our own lives first – as in the case of Paul, to whom God revealed all his mercy, all his merciful patience.  It is learned from sensing that God continues to trust in us and to call us to be his missionaries, that he constantly sends us forth to treat our brothers and sisters in the same way that he has treated us.  Each of us knows his or her own story and can draw from it.  Mercy is learned, because our Father continues to forgive us.  Our peoples already have enough suffering in their lives; they do not need us to add to it.  To learn to show mercy is to learn from the Master how to become neighbors, unafraid of the outcast and those "tainted" and marked by sin.  To learn to hold out our hand to those who have fallen, without being afraid of what people will say.  Any treatment lacking mercy, however just it may seem, ends up turning into mistreatment.  The challenge will be to empower paths of hope, paths that encourage good treatment and make mercy shine forth. Dear brothers and sisters, this gathering is not a congress or a meeting, a seminary or a conference.  This gathering is above all a celebration: we have been asked to celebrate the way God has treated each of us and all his people.  For this reason, I believe that it is good time for us to say together: "Lord, I have let myself be deceived; in a thousand ways I have shunned your love, yet here I am once more, to renew my covenant with you.  I need you.  Save me once again, Lord; take me once more into your redeeming embrace" ( Evangelii Gaudium , 3). Let us be grateful, as Paul told Timothy, that God trusts us to repeat with his people the immense acts of mercy he has shown us, and that this encounter will help us to go forth with renewed conviction as we seek to pass on the sweet and comforting joy of the Gospel of mercy. (from Vatican Radio)...
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Pope Francis to Church in Americas: bring the balm of Christ's presence
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has sent a Video Message  to the Church in the Americas, to mark the Jubilee of the Americas, organized by the Bishops' Conference of Latin America (CELAM) and the Pontifical Commission for Latin America. Scheduled to take place in Bogota, Colombia, from the 27 th to the 30 th of August, the theme of the continental Jubilee celebration is taken from Pope Francis' homily at Mass on May 2 nd , 2015, at the Pontifical North American College in Rome, where he had gone to visit as part of preparations for the canonization of St. Junipero Serra: "May a powerful gust of holiness sweep through all the Americas during the coming Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy!" Click below to hear our report For the full text of Pope Francis' Mesage, click here Along with the bishops, priests, religious men and women, and laity of the 22 Latin American and Caribbean countries, delegates from Canada and the United States and representatives of the Holy See are taking part in the Jubilee celebration, which seeks to turn the "Spirit of mercy" that animates this Jubilee Year into genuine and concrete help especially for all those who, in the words of Pope Francis, live on the "existential peripheries" of life. In his Message, Pope Francis says, "All of us are aware, all of us know that we live in a society that is hurting: no one doubts this.  We live in a society that is bleeding, and the price of its wounds normally ends up being paid by the most vulnerable. But it is precisely to this society, to this culture, that the Lord sends us. He sends us and urges us to bring the balm of His presence." The schedule of events over the three-day celebration includes a penitential liturgy including time for personal confessions, a reflection on the legacy of holiness found in the American saints, a full day dedicated to Works of Mercy on the American continent, and a public conversation on mercy as the soul of a culture of encounter. (from Vatican Radio)...
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GreenPeace: Rainbow Warrior in Lebanon to launch solar unity campaign in Mediterranean

Rainbow Warrior in Lebanon to launch solar unity campaign in Mediterranean
Beirut, 26 August 2016 – The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior is today in the Port of Beirut for the first time in history to host a press conference and launch the "Sun unites us" Mediterranean tour which will highlight the massive potential for solar energy in the Arab region. The tour will travel from Lebanon to Turkey, where it will end in Morocco for the COP22 international climate negotiations. Zeina El Hajj, Greenpeace Mediterranean Executive director, said: "As a symbol of peace and renewable energy, the Warrior's bow can cut through the imposed myth of a region suffering from violence and conflict and tell a new story; a story about local heroes striving to make their lives and...
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CALENDRIER du 29 août au 11 septembre 2016

European Commission - Commissioners' weekly activities Brussels, 26 August 2016 (Susceptible de modifications en cours de semaine) Déplacements et visites   Lundi 29 août Mr Frans Timmermans on official visit to Greece. Mr Valdis Dombrovskis in Riga, Latvia: delivers keynote speech at the 25th Baltic Sea Parliamentary Conference; participates in...

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Daily News 26 / 08 / 2016

European Commission - Daily News Daily News 26 / 08 / 2016 Brussels, 26 August 2016 Agriculture: la Commission finalise les détails du paquet de soutien de €500 million pour rééquilibrer le secteur laitier Suite à une réunion avec les experts des Etats Membres, la Commission a aujourd'hui finalisé les...

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Statement by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini on today's attack in Cizre, Turkey
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Organised crime group specialised in sexual exploitation dismantled
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Statement by the Spokesperson on the 25th Independence Day of the Republic of Moldova
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Friday, 26 August 2016

Incap Corporation: Announcement of Managers' transactions (Inission AB)

Incap Oyj    

Published: 15:15 CEST 26-08-2016 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Incap Oyj / : ICP1V /ISIN: FI0009006407

Incap Corporation: Announcement of Managers' transactions (Inission AB)


Incap Corporation
Stock Exchange Release  26 August  2016 at 4:15 p.m. (EEST)

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF MANAGERS' TRANSACTIONS (INISSION AB)


Person subject to the notification requirement

Name:Inission AbLegal Person
Position:Closely associated person
 
Person discharging managerial responsibilities in issuer
Name:Hulteberg, Olle 
Position:Member of the Board
   
Initial Notification 
Reference number:7437004GENTTQHMNQ407_20160826152441_16
   
Issuer
Name:Incap Oyj
LEI:7437004GENTTQHMNQ407
   
Transaction details
Transaction date:2016-08-23
Venue:XHEL
Nature of transaction:Disposal
 
Instrument:Share
ISIN:FI0009006407
 
Volume:15637
Unit price:6.20960 Euro
Volume:2532
Unit price:6.07820 Euro
Volume:2261
Unit price:6.00790 Euro
 
Aggregated transactions
Volume:20430
Volume weighted average price:6.17099 Euro

 

INCAP CORPORATION

 

For additional information, please contact:
Ville Vuori, President and CEO, tel. +358 400 369 438

 

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The company's home page www.incapcorp.com

 

INCAP IN BRIEF
Incap Corporation is an international contract manufacturer. Incap's customers are leading suppliers of high-technology equipment in their own business segments, and Incap increases their competitiveness as a strategic partner. Incap has operations in Finland, Estonia, India and China, and the company currently employs approximately 520 people. Incap's share is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd. as from 1997.
Additional information: www.incapcorp.com.





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CQS New City High Yield Fund Limited : Net Asset Value(s)

     

Published: 15:10 CEST 26-08-2016 /GlobeNewswire /Source: CQS New City High Yield Fund Limited / : NCYF /ISIN: JE00B1LZS514

CQS New City High Yield Fund Limited : Net Asset Value(s)

 

From:               CQS New City High Yield Fund Limited

Date:                26 August 2016

 

 

 

Net Asset Value

 

The unaudited net asset value (NAV) of the Company is noted below in pence per share. NAVs are calculated in accordance with stated policies. Applicable accounting standards and AIC recommendations are followed.

 

 

The NAV per ordinary share as at the close of business on 25 August 2016 was:

 

 

Pence per  Share

Cum  Ex

Income  Income

 

  Basic

55.85   55.26

 

 

 

 

                                                    

For further information please contact:

 

Martin Cassels / Claire Simpson

R&H Fund Services Limited

0131 550 3760/ 3766





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Middlefield Canadian Income PCC : Net Asset Value(s)

     

Published: 14:53 CEST 26-08-2016 /GlobeNewswire /Source: Middlefield Canadian Income PCC / : MCT /ISIN: GB00B15PV034

Middlefield Canadian Income PCC : Net Asset Value(s)

Middlefield Canadian Income PCC Net Asset Value

 

Middlefield Canadian Income PCC

 

Middlefield Canadian Income - GBP PC

(a protected cell company incorporated in Jersey with registration number 93546)

 

Net Asset Value

 

As at the close of business on 25 August 2016 the estimated unaudited Net Asset Value per share was 107.22 pence (including accrued income).

 

Investments in the Company's portfolio have been valued on a closing price basis.

 

 

Enquiries:

 

JTC Fund Solutions (Jersey) Limited

01534 700 000

 





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