Compass Records

  • Professional Moral Compass

    Professional Moral Compass Ida Carpenter RN Grand Canyon University August 20, 2012 Ethics is defined as the study of good conduct, character, and purposes. It is concerned with determining what is good or important for all people (Potter & Perry, 2001). I struggle daily with ethics when I am faced with making decisions for one or more of my residents. It is not easy keeping your own feelings or religious beliefs out of decision making. I must practice my ethical behavior each day,

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  • Records Management

    Medical Records I Medical Records Formatting Advantages & Disadvantages Erica Mitchell HCR/210 Mrs. Vivian Rice September 07, 2012 Medical Records II Most facilities and Doctors’ offices keep patient records in a paper format known as manual record keeping. There are nay formats for this particular record keeping SOR source oriented record, POR problem oriented record, EHR electronic health record, CPR computer-based patient record, EMR electronic medical record

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  • Compass Records

    Compass Records Suzie Wagstaff Background: Compass Records is run by Alison Brown and her husband Gary West and is a folk and grass roots label. Both Brown and West were entrenched in this industry and decided to open the label in 1995. Brown who received an MBA from UCLA is very business oriented and realizes that with a small recording company like Compass Records, they cannot afford to make mistakes when signing artists

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  • Bbva Compass

    Ahmed Usman Sheikh 2012400845 BBVA Compass Case Analysis BBVA Compass, the 15th largest commercial bank in the U.S. in 2010 had to effectively utilize its limited budget to meet its strategic objectives using offline and online marketing mediums. Offline advertising mainly consisted of advertising through the traditional mediums such as newspapers, magazines, outdoor, television, radio and sponsor sporting events like NBA and other regional American football events in their most important

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  • Compass Group Plc

    rate. Finance Cost: There is an assumption that the rate of charged interest and finance stayed the same for 2012. Dividend: We presume that there was no major changes made in 2012, and that Compass used the same dividend structure to that of 2011. Projected balance sheet of Compass Group Plc for September 2012 | 2011 | 2012 | | £m | £m | Non Current Asset | | | Goodwill | 4060 | 4060 | Other tangible asset | 719

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  • Moral Compass Essay

    Moral Compass Essay Yuebo (Grace) Zhu I. Introduction A moral compass is the moral guide on which a person bases his/her decisions and distinguishes what is right from what is wrong. With our moral compass, we know what rules we should play by. When I was a child, I learnt Chinese traditional wisdom, Confucianism, from my parents and elementary school. The core of Confucianism is humanity, to be altruistic, upright and courteous within the society, from which I got to know the rules I should

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  • Anecdotal Record

    Anecdotal Records The simplest form of direct observation is a brief narrative account of a specific incident called an anecdotal record. Often an anecdotal record is used to develop an understanding of a child’s behavior. Anecdotal records do not require charts or special settings. They can be recorded in any setting and require no special training. All you need is paper and a writing tool to record what happened in a factual, objective manner. The observation is open-ended,

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  • Nostalgic Record

    Table of Contents Pages Systems Proposal For Nostalgic Record Store Title Introduction 2 Five Potential Information Systems 3 Conclusion 4 Reference 5 Introduction When running a small, brick & mortar record store, there are multiple information systems that can be used. An information system processes any information from collection to processing products for this business. A computer based information system is intended to use

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  • Moral Compass Essay Requirements

    The Moral Compass Essay is BRIEF SYNOPSIS of your personal moral compass based on your completed Moral Compass Workbook. It should be written in your own words in the first person narrative voice. SUGGESTED OUTLINE AND QUESTIONS FOR YOUR ESSAY YOUR PERSONAL INTEGRITY: What is your understanding of a moral compass as a foundation for personal integrity? From which Wisdom Tradition(s) do you draw in constructing your moral compass? What do you value and question about this Wisdom Tradition?

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  • Value Compass

    Value Compass Healthcare advancements will only transpire when the measurement of outcomes is linked to processes and systems supporting the results. Creating a way to measure quality-related outcomes and costs is essential to successful healthcare management. The value compass is a way to focus the direction of an organization using four main points: clinical outcomes, satisfaction, quality, and costs. The value compass provides clarify for the performance improvement efforts and helps members

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  • Records

    working in and with information technology and data services to support research and teaching in the social sciences. 4. Association of Information Management Professionals (ARMA) Not-for-profit professional association and authority on managing records and information – paper and electronic. 5. Association of Moving Image Archivists (AMIA) Non-profit professional association established to advance the field of moving image archiving by fostering cooperation among individuals and organizations

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  • Compass Whiskey

    Compass Box Whisky Company Issue: The scotch whisky industry is in shortage of component whiskies, and many producers need to take actions in sourcing & production. Compass Box: is one of these companies. It was founded by John Glacer in London in 2000. By 2007, the company was worth 7 million dollars owing to its innovative products. They had to come up with scenarios to come over the sourcing problems (see the scenarios) *30% annual growth. 2.5 million euro in 2006 *Our guy: John Glacer

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  • Records Management

    In the past, 'records management' was sometimes used to refer only to the management of records which were no longer in everyday use but still needed to be kept - 'semi-current' or 'inactive' records, often stored in basements or offsite. More modern usage tends to refer to the entire 'lifecycle' of records - from the point of creation right through until their eventual disposal. The ISO 15489: 2001 standard defines records management as "The field of management responsible for the efficient and

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  • Medical Records

    Medical record keeping has change in the last couple of decades. In the past patients records were kept in a file on paper taking up excessive room. In the past, paper charts were the only means of keeping a patient’s medical diagnoses documented. Some of these charts are still used today in healthcare facilities, lately; there have been great advancements in the medical field involving the creation and maintenance of patient records. There are electronic medical record computer systems and internet-enabled

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  • Record Store

    The Record Store: Information Systems Proposal Erick Clark University of Phoenix BIS 220 My business partner and I are considering starting a small, brick and mortar, nostalgic record store. My business partner, however, has not had much experience with information systems or technology and needs a basic understanding of the different types of information systems available to businesses. For our business to be an effective business, we must use the necessary tools and technology. According

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  • Record Audit

    The preceptor at my internship had me conduct a record audit review for all flights that had Medicare as the payor. Apparently, there were a large volume of charts being billed out without going through the review process. It appears that a vast majority of the charts slip through the review process because the coders were sending the charts directly to the billing specialists to the billed out and the billing specialists were billing the charts out, without verifying to see if they were reviewed

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  • Moral Compass

    Professional Moral Compass Grand Canyon University: Introduction to the Study of Ethics August 9, 2013 My professional moral compass is driven by integrity, empathy, compassion and service. As a nurse I believe that every individual has equal rights to the same excellence in care. My personal code of ethics that I hold myself to, has direct influence on my practice as a nurse. I believe self-evaluation is imperative to be able to function at a healthy emotional level at work and

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  • Professional Moreal Compass

    Professional Moral Compass William Douglas DeRosa Grand Canyon University NRS – 437V February 15, 2014 When entering the field of healthcare, one must accept the fact that ethical situations and dilemmas often arise and have distinct impact on the care provided. As the frontline care givers, the nursing staff must face ethical situations in their practice on a daily basis. The American Nurses Association (ANA) developed a code of ethics for nurses as a framework to provide

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  • The Golden Compass

    What’s so special about the Alethiometer? Alethiometer, also known as the “Golden Compass”, originated from the movie “The Golden Compass”. This incredible prop is contracted with the most remarkable care and dedication. The casing is real, highly polished brass and was made in a working foundry specially constructed for the purpose in the prop workshops. It is a heavy item with ornate details engraved into the outer shell and also under the lid; whereas the underside image of the Magisterium building

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  • Compass and Torch

    Compass And Torch The worst thing you can do is to forget your child, not physically forget it in the supermarket, but mentally forget it. The worst thing is to forget to take time of with your child, listen to it and talk to it. Show them that you are there for them and only for them. Some people never learn how to talk to children, even though it is their own children, but it dose not mean that you cannot listen to them and pay attention. Sometimes it is just as important as talking. In this

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  • Compass and Torch

    Compass And Torch I want to focus on congruence in my essay. As a young boy you need a father figure. Boys need a father to learn how to be a man. They also need their love, attention and appreciation. Several do what they can to be seen and accepted by the man, they look up to the most. They want their father to be proud for them. But what happens, when your father isn't there for you? What if you don't know your father? This is the case in the short story "Compass And Torch", where the

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  • Analysis and Interpretation of Compass and Torch

    Analysis and interpretation of Compass And Torch When growing up children fight to be accepted and to be heard by their parents. In society most parents are constantly on the run and they do not take the time to enjoy spending time with their loved ones. These children try to get attention from their parents, but if their parents do not hear them, then they will feel like they have failed, but because they love their parents they accept it, and do not question

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  • Record Store

    Record Store Joseph Delgado Bis/220 July 10, 2014 Fred Bennett Table of contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………………………………… 1 Information Systems………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2 Explanation of ISs………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3 Information technology outside your organization (your supply chain)…………………... 4 References……………………………………………………………………………………… 5 Introduction In today’s world every business should have some sort of technology to help run the business.

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  • Hybrid Records

    Angela Cicchetti HIM 4/28/14    The storage and destruction of hybrid charts Angela Cicchetti HIM 4/28/14    The storage and destruction of hybrid charts Hybrid Records The use of a hybrid chart can be beneficial and yet at times it can be a liability if it is not looked after and stored correctly and efficiently. Hybrid charts are used in paper and computer format. The hybrid chart can be very useful and it also holds potential for liability if not stored correctly. The paper hybrid

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  • My Personal Moral Compass

    My Professional Moral Compass Having a proper understanding and adapting an acceptable code of ethics is essential to nursing profession and offers a principles that can be used as guide for producing ethical culture. Code of ethics helps nurse to direct practice with compassion and respect for human dignity, responsibility, accountability, confidentiality and protect patient safety (ANA Code of ethics, 2014). Codes of ethics also act as a guide for to develop and to perform

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  • It Record Proposal

    Temecula does not offer a record store that provides music that is fairly priced and a wide selection of records from the past for the everyday listener or the serious collector. I propose that Old Town Temecula Records can sell a vast selection of music products to those who are devoted to music and provide a relaxing environment where patrons may have the opportunity to listen to the music prior to making their purchase. Our Goal Our ultimate goal of Old Town Temecula Records would provide a good

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  • Records Management

    Abstract /Project summary Problem statement – improper records management in the finance department . What is records management? Records management is a system to manage the creation, copying, distribution, filing, retrieval, storage and disposal of the records created or received in the course of business. Records are information in any media created or received in the course of business, regardless of location or physical form. They include not only paper and electronic files

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  • Compass and Torch

    An Essay on ’Compass And Torch’ Today it’s not rare that parents split up, which can be very difficult for some children to deal with. At some point a mother and a father are the two most important people for a child’s future in life. It’s two people who can’t be replaced by anyone. Therefore most children feel caught between their parents after a divorce because they want both sides to be happy. This is clear in the Essay ‘Compass and Torch written by Elisabeth Baines. The boy whose parents

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  • Compass Record

    BWFF3193 SEMINAR IN FINANCE CASE STUDY 3: COMPASS RECORD GROUP: C PREPARE TO: PROF. DR. ROHANI MD. RUS PREPARE BY: WONG LI WEN 220957 NOOR NAILAH BINTI KAMARUDDIN 222016 KHAIRUNNISA BT AHMAD DAMANHURI 222411 Table of Contents What is the basic nature of the problem in this case? 1 Base-case Units Assumptions 3 Cash Flow- License 5 Working Capital - Own 6 Working Capital - License 6 Incremental NPV and IRR Sensitivity to Total Units Sold 7 What do the result of the

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  • Bbva Compass

    BBVA Compass: Case Study Analysis Executive Summary BBVA Compass, the fifteenth largest bank in the United States, is operated by BBVA bank in Spain. They entered the US market in 2004 and expanded through mergers and acquisitions. It is positioned as a regional bank across seven states. They are planning to stay in the same geographical area, and become one of the top ten banks in the United States. With the beginning of the financial crisis in 2008, and the peak by 2010 almost all banks

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  • Compass Box Whisky Company

    Questions for Compass Box Whisky Company 1. Consider the aging costs in Exhibit 3b. From an accounting perspective, which of these costs (if any) would you include in the cost of inventory (i.e., Compass Box’s whisky)? These would all be needed to be included because they are necessary for the product to become ready for its sale. In the case of evaporation, the liters in inventory will need to decrease but the cost of evaporation added to the existing inventory. 2. Compare input costs

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  • Moral Compass Essay

    Individual Deliverable Assignment 1: The Moral Compass Essay The Role of Human Values in Business Leadership Qiannan Xu Jun 22, 2015 My Personal Integrity Chinese cultural development is significantly influenced by Confucius who is one of the greatest teach, editor, and politician in Chinese history. Confucianism exerts a deep impact on Chinese society. It conveys the ideal of social and political ethics to us. According to Kaplan (2015), “The rise of Asia in our time has a great deal

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  • Lands Records

    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND The lands registration record in Nyeri has been used for quite some time now. In the past (colonial era), land owners needed to prove their ownership of a particular piece of land back to the earliest grant of land by the crown to its first owner. The documents relating to transactions with the land were known as title deeds. This event could have occurred years prior and could have been intervened by changes in the land’s ownership. A person’s ownership

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  • Compass and Torch

    Compass and Torch Children are always the victims, when it comes to divorce between parents. There is in this short story, ‘’Compass and Torch’’ written by Elizabeth Baines, no difference. The boy stands between a choice of his overprotecting mother who doesn’t trust the father of her son, and his masculine and macho father, who clearly has trouble on how to be together with his son. Throughout the father and sons trip, we follow the main characters thoughts. Jim, the mother’s new boyfriend

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  • Compass and Torch

    Essay: Compass And Torch The short story Compass and Torch is written by Elizabeth Baines and published in 2003. I will in this essay discuss the relationship between the father and the boy and also include a characterisation of the boy. I will focus on the use of symbolism and the story’s main theme. The main character is an eight-year old boy. His mother and father are divorced. The boy lives with his mother and her new boyfriend Jim. He does not see his father very often. The boy is desperate

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  • Professional Moral Compass

    A professional moral compass is something everyone has and lives by. In the nursing practice, an individual’s personal, cultural, and spiritual values contribute to their worldview and philosophy of nursing. One’s personal values, philosophy, and worldview may conflict with his or her obligation to practice, creating an ethical dilemma. In addition, personal values in regard to the morals and ethical dilemmas faced in the health care field affect behavior and decision making. My personal, cultural

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  • Compass and Torch

    Compass and Torch The short story ”Compass and Torch” is a short story written with a 3.person narrator with a limited point of view. The story is about a boy, whose name we never get to know and it is also limited amount of details that we are given about the boy. He is 8 years old and lives with his mother and stepdad, who he is not amused about. We hear that when he compares his father to his stepdad named Jim. The boy is very fascinated by his father and looks up to him, even though the father

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  • Compass and Torch

    Compass And Torch The majority of kids are looking up to their mom or dad. They are our role models, a hand to hold when life gets tough, and a shoulder to cry on when you are sad. Nevertheless, what if your mom or your dad is not there. Is it possible that another person can take his or her place? It is a hard question to answer. Some parents just give up on you and they are never coming back. However, some parents wants to make it up to their child again, and that is a hard thing to do. The

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  • Compass and Thorch

    Compass and Torch by Elizabeth Baines The main theme of the short story “Compass and Torch” is the need of accept and attention from a parent. We all need to feel accepted or noticed, especially from our parents. Every single person have an unconscious need or desire to feel the approval from others. The desire to feel this from our parents derives from the feeling and urge to make them proud, to prove to them that they did not fail raising us; that we is worth the trouble. This need for approval

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  • Record Management

    What is records management? Everyone who works for the Australian Government is responsible for managing records. Some staff have specific records management responsibilities, but all staff are responsible for managing their own records. Records management ensures that records are systematically and efficiently: * created, captured and described * secured, stored and preserved for as long as they are needed * destroyed or transferred once they no longer have any residual business value

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  • Abc Record

    Tahmina Amin HDEC 100 Essential Service Worker Skills Assessment Task 1 (observation #3) ABC Record Instructor: Carol Burbee Date: March 10th, 2016 Student’s Name: Gavin Kyle Date: Feb. 19, 2015 Student’s Age: 3 years 4 months Observer: Tahmina Amin Location/setting: Discovery Daycare Focus: emotional and dependant behaviours Definition of behaviour: unwillingness

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  • Moral Compass

    prevalent in and also globally and as such high rates of HIV incidence may result in ruined social institutions, a shaky economy, crime, poverty and to some extent reduction of the legitimacy of a government (Falleiro, 2014). The CIA due to this is on the record to have listed the prevalence of AIDS as one of the variables that affect a nation’s stability. For one, HIV negatively affects food security, agricultural output, household earnings and coping ability due to mortality triggered by HIV/AIDS thus interfering

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  • Moral Compass

    Learning Materials This course is a series of thematic conversations about human values and your responsibilities as an emerging/aspiring business leader. There is no traditional textbook, but there is much reading. You are required to read The Moral Compass: Leadership for a Free World, a workbook by Lindsay Thompson available online as a PDF in Course Documents. You will find details about required learning materials in the Bibliography and Theme Briefs sections of the Syllabus. Course Description

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  • Atlantic Records

    Atlantic Record label is a widely recognized Music label for its many artist and also a timely figure in the music industry. Its best known for its recording of rhythms and blues, also rock and roll. After its fist 20 years in existing as a record label it was also recognized as one of the most important labels for independent African-American artist.In 1967 the Atlantic Music label expanded into rock and pop music by becoming a subsidiary owner of Warner bros-Seven Arts now known as the Warner Bros

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  • Moral Compass

    Running head: MY MORAL COMPASS My Moral Compass My Moral Compass Our deepest and enduring sense of identity comes from realizing our connection to the larger world (Bloom, n.d.). Morality directs life’s journey; it is the basis of all decisions, attitudes, and goals. The process of being moral is developed from personal experiences and parental guidance. One set of values may differ from another, but neither is wrong. The Code of Ethics designed by the American Nurse’s Association (ANA) in

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  • Record Nostalgic Record

    Record Nostalgic Record TBD BIS 220 TRUE, 2011 TBD Record Nostalgic Record Table of Contents I. Opening Letter II. Types of Information Systems III. Diagram of a Transaction System IV. Closing Remarks I. Jay Record Master, We have talked about opening up a nostalgic record store for a long time because the two of us have always been into records and collecting them. You have become a connoisseur and an expert with nostalgic records and your knowledge amazes me

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  • Atlantic Records

    Atlantic Record label is a widely recognized Music label for its many artist and also a timely figure in the music industry. Its best known for its recording of rhythms and blues, also rock and roll. After its fist 20 years in existing as a record label it was also recognized as one of the most important labels for independent African-American artist.In 1967 the Atlantic Music label expanded into rock and pop music by becoming a subsidiary owner of Warner bros-Seven Arts now known as the Warner Bros

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  • Compass Record Executive Summary

    Descriptions In 1993, Brown launched Small World Music in Nashville, Tennessee with husband Gary West and then went on to create Compass Records in 1995. Compass Records is a small, independent artist-run company that established their niche in musical genres such as folk, roots, and Celtic. In the context of the 2-billion dollar music recording industry, Compass Records has low market share in comparison to the multi-national corporations dominating the business. Brown was formally an investment

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  • Medical Records

    Electronic Medical Records Megan Granger HCS/320 March 4, 2012 Lynn Belle What is Electronic Medical Records With the technology created, paper-based medical records have entered the state of existence. According to “Electronic Medical Records” (2005), “A patient record system is a type of clinical information system, which is dedicated to collecting, storing, manipulating, and making available clinical information important to the delivery of patient care. The central focus of such systems

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  • My Professional Moral Compass

    Running head: MY PROFESSIONAL MORAL COMPASS My Professional Moral Compass Pamela Chesnut Grand Canyon University Ethical Decision Making in Health Care NRS 437V July 26, 2012 My Professional Moral Compass A professional moral compass is something everyone has and lives by. It helps assist in making decisions and is based on morals or virtues. My personal moral compass is directed by various inspirations, passions, and values that I try to live by. Compassion, loyalty

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