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IND beat ENG: Virat Kohli says thanks to RCB mate AB DeVilliers, ‘had a special chat with ABD before the match’
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IND beat ENG: Virat Kohli says thanks to RCB mate AB DeVilliers, 'had a special chat with ABD before the match' IND beat ENG in 2nd T20 – Virat Kohli says Thank you AB DeVilliers: Indian captain Virat Kohli scored brilliant unbeaten innings of 73 from just 49 balls to ensure that India beat England in 2nd T20 game on Sunday. And Virat has thank someone very special for this performance i.e his IPL and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) teammate AB De Villiers. Also Read: Virat Kohli, Ishan Kishan score brilliant half centuries, India comfortably beat… IND beat ENG – Virat Kohli says thanks to RCB mate AB DeVilliers, ‘had a special chat with ABD before the match’ India thrashed World No. 1 England by 7 wickets to tie the 5 match series 1-1. Virat Kohli and debutant Ishan Kishan played stellar knocks in Indian victory as they chased down 165 runs target with two overs to spare. Captain Kohli stayed unbeaten on 73 of 49 balls. Kohli has completed his 26th 50 in T20 internationals and in process all became the first batsman to score 3000 T20 Runs. “I had a special chat with ABD before the start of the game and he just told me to watch the ball. That’s exactly what I did”, said Kohli during the post match conference. Also READ: India wins 2nd T20, hopes of becoming World No. 1 T20… Virat was all praise for debutant Ishan Kishan who scored match-winning 56 against England. “Special mention to Ishan the way he batted. I tried to do what I can but he kept following his instincts and it was a quality innings on debut. When you play in the IPL with such dominance like he has and he is a fearless character and he knew that he was hitting the ball well and he is very calculated and not restless. Today that counterattacking innings from him and that partnership was brilliant”, said Kohli on Ishan Kishan’s innings.  Ishank Kishan on his part thanked the captain and Mumbai Indians management. According to him, they asked me to express and all credit to them that I could do the same. “Credit goes to my seniors who told me to go and express myself. It’s not easy to come and play your first game against a quality side. Mumbai Indians helped me a lot and I want to continue the momentum. Wanted to finish the game and I knew there is a senior player batting superbly at the other end. I was disappointed with the fact that I didn’t finish the game. Dad passed away a few days back and he always said that you have to go out and score and I want to dedicate this award to him”, said emotional Kishan.
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Vaccines Are Better The Second Time Around
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In my last post, I described the “fun” I had getting my first COVID vaccine. This time I’ll talk about the second shot, which I just received just last week. Fortunately for me, this will be a much less exciting post. By the way, I should have mentioned this in my last post, but for those keeping score at home, I got the Moderna vaccine. As I mentioned, there was some HMO I had never heard of running the vaccine center for my first shot. In the email I got from them confirming my appointment, they advised me that they would automatically schedule me for the second dose when I was due. They would notify me by email when my second appointment was, and they strongly suggested that I keep that appointment, although they said there would be an option to reschedule if absolutely necessary. They didn’t give me a time frame for notifying me but I sort of assumed I would hear from them fairly soon after getting the first shot. Ha! For nearly a month, I hadn’t heard back from them, not one word. According to my vaccine card, I was due for the second vaccine on March 1, exactly four weeks after I got the first one. But February was about to end and I hadn’t heard a peep out of them. There was no obvious way to contact them as far as I could tell. I was thinking if nothing else, I would have to battle my way through the damn county website I had gotten the first appointment on and try to get scheduled that way. But I dreaded that. Fortunately, I was saved from that horror by a text I received from Kaiser, my own HMO, in late February. It said it was time for me to get my COVID vaccine, I was finally eligible! Yeah, they were now able to service youngsters like me. They lowered the age just enough to allow me to get shot. That was great, but I had concerns that the fact that I was looking for the second shot, and the fact that the vaccine had to be Moderna might be problematic. I mean, what if Kaiser was only distributing the Pfizer vaccine? They gave me a website and I had to do an “e-visit” which basically just had me answer questions about whether or not I had already gotten the first shot and which one it was. It was clear the software was properly designed to handle folks like me who had gone out-of-network for the first shot. I can’t say for sure, but it also looked like they could handle either vaccine, at least based on the questions I was asked. The program determined that I could get the second dose as soon as the week of 3/1 and gave me one of six sites I could make an appointment at, all of them reasonably close to where I live. Two of them were in the same facility I go to for 95% of my medical care, so that was cool. One of the sites was ridiculously close to me, even closer than the place I usually go. I had no idea there was a Kaiser facility that close to me. It turned out that location had the earliest open appointments, so I grabbed it, not sure where I would be going. But it was for March 3, clearly within the window of when I needed to get the second dose. Cool. The appointment clearly said “Moderna—second dose” so it seemed like I was all set. Although close to me, I was unfamiliar with the specific neighborhood of the address so the week before my appointment I drove over there to see. It was easy to get to and seemed like a relatively new Kaiser facility, but rather small. Obviously, this location didn’t off any specialty services, but all I needed was a damn shot. On the Saturday before the appointment, I finally heard from the HMO that had given me the first shot! I had an appointment scheduled for the coming Tuesday at 1:40pm (which was the time of my appointment for the first shot). I was glad in the end they had not forgotten about me but geez, how about a little notice? Just three days before the appointment they tell me? SMH. I cancelled that appointment but for backup, I rescheduled it for after I was to get the Kaiser shot. I figured that if something—anything—went wrong with the Kaiser shot, I wanted to be covered to get that second vaccine that week. I booked it for the day after my Kaiser shot, knowing I would cancel it if everything went smoothly with Kaiser. I did consider that round two at the same location as my first shot might be less of a hassle. I mean, a month later, the COVID rate had gone down considerably and there would likely be a lot fewer cars online to get tested. And there might be fewer people getting the vaccine too. News reports said that shipping delays of the vaccine due to bad weather across the country meant that the huge locations like the one I first went to had to cancel any first shot appointments. Maybe I’d go over there and see only a handful of cars backed up, and it wouldn’t be nearly as bad as last time. But no, I rescheduled so I would still have that as a safety option but I wanted to get the second shot inside, not in my car, if at all possible. On the day of the appointment, I got over there about 40 minutes early and was delighted to see that there was plenty of parking and no line to get in. As soon as I walked in, they handed me a brief form to fill out which was mostly questions that I had already answered online. When I was done, I went over to register, and some guy plugged me into the computer, confirmed I was in the right place, put some sticker on my form and sent me down the hall to get my shot. The facility might eventually be medical offices, but for the time being it was set up almost like a DMV—only efficiently run. Or maybe it looked like the college hall where I voted last year. As I marched toward the office to go to, I passed a whole bunch of people sitting in small office-type chairs. I guess there were about 30 chairs and about 20 or so people in them. But I was told to head straight for a certain office, and when entered there were four desks where nurses were giving folks injections, a bunch of chairs for folks waiting to get shot. But there was just one person ahead of me. I didn’t have to wait more than a minute to get called. The nurse had to fill out a bunch of paperwork, including on my vaccine card, and stuck the needle into me. And I was vaccinated.All those chairs and people that I had passed on my way in were the folks that had already had the shot, and they were just waiting 15 minutes to see if they had any immediate bad reactions. So I joined them for 15 minutes, felt fine, and was dismissed. I got back to my car about 10 minutes before my actual appointment time! This experience couldn’t have been more different that the first shot. What an improvement! As soon as I got home, I went online to cancel the appointment with the other HMO. Side-effects, you ask? Well I did have a pretty bad headache that evening, and also when I woke the next morning. But feeling otherwise fine, I ran some errands in the morning and then took a nap after lunch. When I woke up from the nap, I was feeling lousy, like I might have a fever. I did! It was 100.1°. I was tired but otherwise no other symptoms. The fever was gone by the time I went to bed and by the next morning I was pretty much 100%. I sure hope this is the last time I have to blog about COVID. Please.
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Sohail hints at managing Shaheen’s workload during PSL 6
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Karachi: Lahore Qalandars captain Sohail Akhtar has said that they will try to manage Pakistan’s leading pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi’s workload during the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six. While talking to media in a pre-tournament presser, Sohail revealed that the star pacer won’t be overburdened and will be provided rest when needed. “He is an asset for Pakistan and we will try to manage his workload properly by giving him rest whenever it is needed and possible by the team,” he said. Sohail emphasized that in the last season, their spin attack was weak and after Rashid Khan’s arrival in the side, the attack is now strengthened. “Rashid Khan is the top bowler of the world. With his arrival our spin attack has also got some much-needed experience and it has made our bowling attack a top class one,” Akhtar said. Meanwhile, Sohail is confident of doing well this season too as they were the runners-up in PSL 2020. “We played good cricket last year. We came so near to the title but couldn’t finish well. This year, we will try to overcome our all shortcomings and give our best. the Qalandars are positive and focused about the upcoming tournament.” Read: Lahore Qalandars appoint Shaheen Shah as vice-captain for PSL 6 Comments comments Previous articleLahore Qalandars appoint Shaheen Shah as vice-captain for PSL 6
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Alliance Football Club’s female programme is developing stars of tomorrow
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Female footballers are being given the opportunity to thrive at Alliance football club’s state-of-the-art training and education facilities. Since 2018, the JVT-based club has built a successful football community, with programmes for girls aged from seven and above, going all the way up to senior women’s football. Alliance FC aims to encourage participation for everyone with a love of the game, striving to give female players the best chance to experience, learn, play, lead, and compete. The club is dedicated to providing female players with the knowledge, understanding and skills, as well as preparing them for life off the pitch, by teaching values that are in line with the core principles of Alliance. Training sessions: The programme has been designed especially for females The club constantly empowers its members through world-class footballing education, which nurtures their development and cultivates their growth, both on and off the field. Under the leadership of professional coach Mehran Rowshan, the club’s male and female coaches adopt an inspirational methodology to train their players. Up until 2018, female club members attended training sessions and played alongside the male teams. Soon after, it became Rowshan’s mission to put in place a prosperous programme dedicated solely to girls’ football, which began with a small group of senior players in 2018 and has grown into a flourishing community of players, parents, families and friends. “Our girls football club is one of great team spirit; our players become a part of the Alliance family from the moment they step through our doors,” says Rowshan. “From the very beginning, we instill the mantra of being in this together. One tribe, one family. Our players are team mates at game time, and respectful members of the wider community who are there for each other through all the highs and lows.” Tomorrow’s stars: The female programme has been up and running since 2018 What Alliance does is imperative to the club’s growth and the improvement of their players’ skills both during the game and after the final whistle. They highly encourage a coherent flow of character building and sporting development; this includes having a good attitude, being well mannered, respectful and picking up healthy habits, and improving play – Alliance’s job is to help players become well-rounded people within and beyond football. Not only is football a great way of building life-long friendships, meeting people from all walks of life, and staying fit by doing something you love, it is also one of the best ways to boost confidence. Alliance helps girls to build relationships, develop autonomy, nurture their character, build life skills, and provide players with opportunities to master new abilities. At Alliance, coaches work with females to encourage their love of the game and to further develop their skills and talent. The club supports girls being a part of the traditional football culture, and endeavors to give every enthusiastic female football player the opportunity to follow their sporting aspirations. Know more about Sport360 Application
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IND vs ENG | Wouldn’t call it a good pitch but it made for exciting cricket, opines Joe Root
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Following a shambolic loss, Joe Root opined that he wouldn’t call the Chennai pitch for the second Test as a ‘good’ pitch but insisted that it made for exciting cricket. He also admitted that it is a learning experience for the visitors to look at India and bat for long periods of time. After cruising past the hosts India in the first Test, where Joe Root led by example, England were looking to keep their momentum up for the second Test, at the same venue. However, right from the toss, everything went awry as they lost the toss and were made to bowl on a relatively flatter wicket. Eventually, that combined with their first innings batting display took the game away from the visitors, who ended up chasing the game from the second day. The visitors subsequently succumbed to a 317-run loss, during which the conditions in Chennai was a major part of the debate. Joe Root opined that he wouldn’t call it a good pitch but reckoned that the pitch did make for exciting cricket between the two teams. "It's very alien to what a lot of English guys will have experienced before, as are green seamers that you might across in the UK. Do I think it was a good pitch? I wouldn't say it was a good pitch, but it made for very exciting cricket,” said Root, reported ESPNCricinfo. "I do think that the toss was an important one to win but it wouldn't have guaranteed us to win the game either. India showed that you can score runs on it and found a way of managing a very tricky surface so we've got to learn from that,” he added.Despite the tricky surface, India through their two innings - showed England how to bat, scoring 614 runs. Root stated that it was something that the visitors would have to learn from and added that they needed bat for long periods of time like the hosts. "How they (India) didn't get away from their game plan, how they knew exactly the way they were going to score their runs. How they managed to bat at the other end for long periods of time.”"And as a batting group, how does that look for us individually? How I am going to manage these big turning deliveries and how am I going to stay really calm and clear under pressure? We've got to take bits from it and add it to our own games, and come back better for it as well," he added.However, next up for the visitors would be a day-night clash in Ahmedabad, where Root has his sights on, insisting that the break will help them regain momentum. "Day-night cricket offers something different again, so we are very much looking forward to that. We'll have a little bit of a break now to refresh and have a look at a few things, but it's exciting times.”Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Is Hellmuth vs Negreanu happening?
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We recap some stories you may have missed including a huge PKO event and how much of himself is Landon Tice playing for? KidPoker vs the Poker Brat? We hinted at it last week and now it seems confirmed that Daniel Negreanu and Phil Hellmuth will play heads-up.  Given both men are traditionally live players it seems inevitable that it will be face to face and streamed on PokerGO.  The early betting markets have suggested Hellmuth is the favourite, which seems ludicrous given how much Negreanu improved in his heads-up challenge against Doug Polk.  Happy to play anyone on @PokerGo App’s “High Stakes Duel.” Looks like they are bringing me the GREAT Daniel Negreanu @RealKidPoker, the guy that studied heads up for months w coaches I respect, so be it. It will be a great challenge for me! Hoping I don’t look like THIS photo!! pic.twitter.com/EpE1BqRMWP — phil_hellmuth (@phil_hellmuth) February 13, 2021 Tice has skin in the game The other big heads-up match in the works is Landon Tice vs Bill Perkins, and it has been the subject of a lot of debate this last week. Namely, how much does the poker wunderkind Landon Tice have invested in himself? Rumours circulated that he is playing for just 10% of himself in this challenge where he is already paying Bill Perkins $720,000 to play.  Tice confirmed that he has sold a lot of action for this event but while his percentage is low, it still means he has a lot of his net worth on the line: Let me make something clear that I'm sure everyone cares about regarding my challenge with @bp22 I'm selling a lot of action for it. A lot.I'm not rolled to battle at nosebleeds. However, I am putting a very large amount of my relative net worth on myself winning it. — Landon (@LandonTice) February 11, 2021 MicroMillions the biggest PKO ever? The MicroMillions Main Event was a PKO for the first time in its history and it (probably) automatically became the biggest field ever for a progressive knockout tournament.  49,487 entries for the $22 Main Event, which was not quite enough to hit the $1 million guarantee.  It did lead to one player bagging almost $60,000 for their troubles including $18,651.13 in bounties alone: The final table Table stakes only OK, so this week's meme classic from Reddit beats all those 'toilet roll poker home game' jokes from last year: When Polaks Play Poker from r/poker Will we see Hellmuth vs Negreanu heads-up? Let us know in the comments: Barry Carter Barry Carter is the editor of PokerStrategy.com and the co-author of The Mental Game of Poker 1 & 2, Poker Satellite Strategy and PKO Poker Strategy
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Australian Open 2021 Quarterfinal 2 Preview: Key players, time in India, where to watch, full schedule of AO2021 inside
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Australian Open 2021 Quarterfinal 2 Preview: Key players, time in India, where to watch, Day 10 full schedule inside- The Australian Open 2021 quarterfinals 2 will be played on Wednesday (February 18). Key players–Ash Barty, Jessica Pegula, Daniil Medvedev, Rafael Nadal, Stefanos Tsitsipas– will play in the quarterfinals of the year’s first grand slam– AO2021. While Rafael Nadal is aiming for his record 21st Grand Slam titles, above other players are in search of their major. Ahead of the action-packed quarterfinal 2, here is the complete schedule of Australian Open 2021 quarterfinal Day 10: Also Read: Australian Open 2021 | Serena Williams overpowers Simona Halep to reach 40th Grand Slam semifinal   Australian Open Quarterfinal 2- Order of Play on Day 10   Venue: Rod Laver Arena   Women’s singles 1 Ash Barty vs K Muchova 25 22 J Brady vs J Pegula   Men’s singles 7 A Rublev vs D Medvedev 4 5 Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Rafael Nadal 2   Also Read: Australian Open 2021| Aslan Karatsev stuns Grigor Dimitrov to enter semifinals     Where to watch Aus Open 2021 quarterfinal 2? The Australian Open 2021 quarterfinal 1 live stream will be aired on SONY SIX, SONY TEN2, SONY TEN3 and OTT platform SONY SIX in Hindi and English language.   When to watch Australian Open 2021 quarterfinals? The live stream of Australian Open quarterfinals will begin at 5.30 AM IST.   Check complete Australian Open 2021 quarterfinal, semifinal and final schedule below:   16-17 February – Men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals 18 February – Women’s semi-finals and first men’s semi-final 19 February – Second men’s semi-final 20 February – Women’s final 21 February – Men’s final   For all the latest results, news, insights and updates from Australian Open 2021 and other sports news, follow us at insidesport.co
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Pakistani mountaineer Asad climbs Africa’s highest peak within 24 hours
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Karachi: Asad Ali Memon has become the first Asian and Pakistani to summit Mount Kilimanjaro within 24 hours. In an Instagram post, the 23-year-old Asad revealed that it took him 20 hours to complete the summit and return back to the gate. Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Africa is 5,895 meters high, and it takes climbers five to seven days to reach the summit. On the historic occasion, Pakistan High Commission in Tanzania shared the achievement on its Facebook page while and Pakistani Ambassador to Tanzania Muhammad Saleem also congratulated Asad, who hails from Larkana. “He reached the Mweka gate (finish point) at midnight (February 15-16 night) after climbing Uhuru peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro, in United Republic of Tanzania within 20 hours,” press release. “He had started from the Umbwe Gate (start point) very early morning on February 15, 2021 and taken the most challenging route to the summit. His mission to traverse the summit and return within one day (24 hours) has been achieved well within the time limit despite being a snowy and rainy weather during the day,” it added. Previously, Asad had successfully climbed Russia’s Mount Elbrus and Argerntine’s Mount Aconcagua, which is the highest peak in the American region. He also hoisted the Pakistani flag at its top. Mount Kilimanjaro is the third mountain of Asad’s ‘Seven Summit Challenge’. Comments comments
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European Golden Shoe 2020/21: Messi on the leaderboard but Lewandowski scores again
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Lionel Messi scored two goals of the highest quality in La Liga this weekend to take his tally to 15 for the season.Both of the Argentine's goals were scored from outside the box in superb fashion, as he helped Barcelona on their way to a 5-1 win against Alaves.Messi may now make our leaderboard, but he is still some way off reaching the runaway leader, Robert Lewandowski.The Bayern striker scored again on Monday in the German side's rearranged Bundesliga match versus Arminia Bielefeld which was moved due to their Club World Cup exploits over the weekend.Lewandowski now has 25 goals and 50 points.His nearest rival for the Golden Shoe is fellow Bundesliga striker Andre Silva, who has now scored 18 for the season.Liverpool may have lost against Leicester, but Mohamed Salah still scored a lovely goal to take his tally to 17.Georgios Giakoumakis of Venlo has scored an impressive 22 goals and is the highest player on our list who doesn't feature within one of Europe's top five leagues.A talented group on 16 goals for the campaign includes Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappe, Romelu Lukaku, and Luis Suarez.2020/21 EUROPEAN GOLDEN SHOE STANDINGS 2020/21 European Golden ShoeA reminder: The five elite leagues - Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A and Ligue 1 - all carry a weighting of 2, meaning that a player will be awarded two points for every goal they score in these competitions. For the leagues ranked sixth to 30 in Uefa's coefficients rankings goals scored are given a weighting of 1.5, and goals scored in a league outwith the top 30, goals are given a weighting of 1. Ciro Immobile won the 2019/20 European Golden Shoe, scoring 36 goals for Lazio in a tremendous Serie A season. 2020/21 EUROPEAN GOLDEN SHOE (Summer Leagues) 2020 European Golden ShoePlayerTeamGoalsPointsKasper JunkerBomo/Glimt2740.5Amahl PellegrinoKristiansund2537.5Philip ZinckernagelBodo/Glimt1928.5Christoffer NymanNorrköping1827Rauno SappinenFlora Tallinn2626Veton BerishaViking1624Astrit SelmaniVerbergs1522.5Mushaga BakengaOdds BK1522.5Moses OgbuMjallby1421Anders ChristiansenMalmo1319.5Leke JamesMolde1219.5Maksim SkavyshBATE Borisov1919This is the 2020/21 European Golden Shoe race. If you want to see the final standing for the 2019/20 European Golden Shoe, follow this link. .
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Thurston weighing up return to Maroons
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Johnathan Thurston says he'll strongly consider joining Queensland's State of Origin coaching staff if offered a role for the 2021 series.The Maroons legend, who made 37 Origin appearances is widely tipped to serve as an assistant under newly appointed Queensland coach Paul Green."Once you're in it it's very consuming, I love the Maroon jersey everything about it, so yeah if I get asked yeah I'd certainly consider it," Thurston said.JT toasts the aggression reignited into Origin: JT's Roast and Toast"I've got to talk to the boss first because four young kids at home, eight, six, four and two this year they are. The eight-year-old is going on 18 so it's tough times for the wife."Thurston and Green combined as captain and coach to deliver the Cowboys' first NRL premiership in 2015 and JT believes his former mentor will make a seamless transition into Origin."There's been a lot of talk about his intensity and things like that, but it's State of Origin, it's the best players you're working with," Thurston said."It's about making sure everyone understands their role in the team and that's what he brought to the Cowboys. "He's one of the best footy brains going round Greeny, so I'm predicting our boys will go back-to-back with him at the helm."  What Origin means to QueenslandersThurston's home town of Townsville will host the first major match of the year when the NRL All Stars game kicks off on Saturday and he's advocating for North Queensland to stage a State of Origin match as well. "Yeah 100 percent. Not only can we hopefully attract an Origin game but hopefully we can attract teams from other codes to come and play because it's a world class stadium it's a world class high performance centre ... so that's what we want."For a daily dose of the best of the breaking news and exclusive content from Wide World of Sports, subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here!
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