Sisters of Mercy hand historic Brisbane laundry to developers

first_img View of Brisbane city from Morris Street in front of Greville, Wooloowin. Picture: Richard Walker“All our terrace homes have an optimal north-south orientation, meaning they are designed to enjoy abundant natural light and breezes, with our first release in an elevated enclave, meaning some also enjoy city skyline views,” Mr Starr said. City glimpses from Greville Wooloowin.“We have created four different floor plans so there is a design to suit people at all stages of life – whether they are downsizers looking to have their master bedroom and living on one level, or younger purchasers wanting their bedrooms separated.” The Greville courtyards will include lots of green space.There are generous landscaped courtyards, and open-plan living that integrates with either a courtyard or balcony, creating light-filled indoor-outdoor living and entertaining.Civil construction will begin this season and the first 12 town homes will begin construction in autumn or winter of 2021. The development is expected to take five years to complete. Grand renovation for 100-year-old Queenslander The Holy Cross Convent in Wooloowin is also part of the masterplanned community. It was designed by Hall and Dods architects in 1912. Picture: Richard Walker $2 billion development for the Bundaberg region Green space and the pool area planned for Greville Wooloowin.“We’re making sure we’re not taking away the storytelling or the narrative of the site,” Mr Brown said. “The modern additions pay homage to the scale of those buildings, we haven’t tried to break it up into little houses.”An original convent that is next to the Holy Cross Catholic Primary School facing Morris Street, will be adapted for community use. Cedar Woods Properties senior development manager Peter Starr said the $180 million community would keep the ‘garden’ feel that Wooloowin is known for and will be sympathetic to the Queenslander style of surrounding homes, but the new homes would be grounded in a contemporary design. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:58Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:58 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenHow much do I need to retire?00:58 The RotheLowman designed terrace homes planned for Greville Wooloowin.The residential reuse of what was one of the largest commercial laundries in Brisbane will lead to the original building being turned into generous living areas with 4m-high ceilings. A modern two-storey addition will be added behind, which will house the garage, laundry and upstairs bedrooms.Between the two buildings will be a bridge to allow for private courtyards between the old and the new sections.center_img The development and design team behind Wooloowin’s first masterplanned community: Jeff Brown, Farzana Gujarati and Peter Starr (front). Picture: Richard WalkerBrisbane’s newest masterplanned inner-city community will go ahead at the site of a historic convent after nuns agreed to hand it over to developers.One of the founding fathers of architecture in Brisbane will have his work incorporated into the new masterplanned community – the first of its kind in the inner northern suburb of Wooloowin.Greville is a 3.6 hectare, 280-home development that has been five years in the planning after a negotiated sale between Cedar Woods Properties and the Catholic Sisters of Mercy, who have owned the elevated site, 5km north of Brisbane CBD, since the 1880s.The sale of the site went through in December 2015 for the sum of $27.06 million. Climber sells home, honours memory of ‘soulmate’ lost in tragedy At its heart is a heritage-listed laundry that was designed by the most prolific government architect in Queensland, Francis Drummond Greville Stanley, who also designed the General Post Office (GPO) and was the first president of the Queensland Institute of Architects in 1888. The General Post Office (GPO) in Brisbane. The Holy Cross Laundry House at Wooloowin. Picture: Richard WalkerThe community has been named in his honour and three of the apartment buildings will be named Francis, Drummond and Stanley.“Back in the day, these industrial buildings were made with care, crafted by architects,” RotheLowman Architects principal Jeff Brown said.“They were seen as important parts of the infrastructure of the city and were therefore given the care and the love to become impressive works of architecture, which I have always loved. They are so well thought out and tell the story of the city in a way.”RotheLowman Architects has designed the new masterplanned community of 84 terrace homes and 189 apartments and will convert the laundry into seven residential apartments on the edge of a 4000 sqm community park within the development. FDG Stanley’s Brisbane legacy MORE PROPERTY STORIES 1872: General Post Office, 261 Queen StreetMore from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus8 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market8 hours ago General Post Office (GPO) in Brisbane. 1873: Roma Street railway station Roma Street Railway Station. Picture courtesy of George Washington Wilson Collection of Photographs, Aberdeen University Library. 1876: Holy Trinity Church, 141 Brookes St, Fortitude Valley 1879: The Port Office, 39 Edward Street The Port Office, Brisbane. Early 1880s: All Hallows’ St Ann’s Industrial School 1881: National Australia Bank, 308 Queen Street National Australia Bank (NAB) headquarters. Picture Derek Moore 1882: The Queensland Club, 19 George Street 1887: St Paul’s Presbyterian Church, 43 St Paul’s Terrace, Spring Hill 1889: Tighnabruaich villa, 203 Clarence Road, Indooroopilly Tighnabruaich at Indooroopilly. 1889: Sisters of Mercy Holy Cross Laundry House, Morris Street, Wooloowin The Holy Cross Laundry House at Wooloowin. Picture: Richard Walker FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOKlast_img read more

Jamaican divorces on the rise as marriages fail.

first_imgNewsRegionalRelationships Jamaican divorces on the rise as marriages fail. by: – May 29, 2012 120 Views   no discussions Share Close to 2000 marriages ended in divorce last year according to the Statistical Institute of Jamaica.KINGSTON, Jamaica  – According to the Statistical Institute of Jamaica (STATIN), 1,960 divorces absolute were granted by the Supreme Court for 2011.More than a half (53 per cent) of divorces granted were to persons who had been married for between five and 14 years, stated the information in the most recent edition of the Demographic Statistics.The data indicates that 78 per cent of the persons who got divorced were married for fewer than 20 years.Previous reports published by STATIN show that 1,853 marriages ended in divorce in 2009.And while the divorce rate continues to rise, the marriage rate is not keeping pace.According to the STATIN data, 20,403 persons were married last year.“This was 1,009 or about five per cent fewer marriages less than the 21,412 registered for 2009,” the document noted.The parishes with the highest number of marriages in 2011 were St James (3,579), St Ann (3,442), Westmoreland (2,981), Kingston and St Andrew (2,499) and St Catherine (2,416).Caribbean 360 News Sharing is caring!center_img Share Share Tweetlast_img read more

Area Students Set To Graduate From IUPUC

first_imgSome area students will celebrate graduation from Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC) this coming Saturday.According to the college, there are 261 graduates in the Class of 2014, up from 231 in the Class of 2013.Students will receive degrees in a variety of subjects, ranging from mechanical engineering to mental health counseling. The college released degree information revealing 78 nursing degrees, 57 business degrees and 34 students receiving an education degree this year.Some local students graduating from IUPUC this weekend include:BATESVILLE: Ann Theresa Bedel, Brittany Elaine Eckstein, and Chelsey Marie MooreDILLSBORO: Christia Chaunte Nicole SchulerGREENSBURG: Emily Marie Bare, Megan Marie Colson, Lenora Penny Kay Dorsett, Mike Fry,Alisha Elizabeth Harrison, Jessica Lynn Klepp, Lauren Renee Mirick, Kirstin Oaldon, Kayla Dawn Ortman, Amanda Elyse Schwering, Sarah Elizabeth Studler, Sandi J. Teodoro, and Danielle Marie TrenkampNORTH VERNON: Morgan Abel, Marnita Jo Biehle, Susanna Marie Blevins, Amie M. Brunner, Reita Capes, Lauren Rose Earl, Darby Kay Funke, Kevin William Grider, Matthew R. Hall, Sheila Lynn Hartwell, Ariah Paige Heaton, Taylor Brooke Hess, Tonya Riley, Chase Michael Schneider, Derik Vance, Andrea D. Vogel, Courtney Elizabeth Vujakovich, Catherine Julia Walker, Marla K. Weber, andRyan Patrick WooleyOSGOOD: Rachel I. Brown, Jordan Ashley Clements, and Genevieve Jean CurrySAINT PAUL: Rebecca Bingham and Rebecca Lynn WilliamsVERSAILLES: Melissa Renee Buchanan and Jamie L. Kiernan-Pollardlast_img read more

Garnhart speeds to IMCA Modified checkers at Maquoketa

first_imgBy Rob HinckleyMAQUOKETA, Iowa (May 19) – Bryce Garnhart kept rolling Saturday night at Maquoketa Speedway, speeding to the QCJeeps.com IMCA Modified 35-lap special feature win and cashing the $1,000 check that went with it.The victory was Garnhart’s fourth straight to start the 2018 season at the Jackson County Fairgrounds speed plant. The new Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot qualifier held off a hard charging Ray Cox Jr., who was racing the top groove from deep in the field.“I knew he was coming,” Garnhart said. “I searched around there at one point with lapped traffic coming. I was like ‘the top ain’t too bad so I might run up there.’ It’s hard to give up the bottom when you got the lead.”Garnhart won his heat, picked number one on the redraw and led every lap.Cox, Tyler Madigan, Zach Less and David Brown rounded out the top five. Less came from 21st in the 26-car field.Andy Nezworski was patient and then put the late move on track champion Matt Ryan to win the Andover Meat IMCA Late Model 25-lap feature.Jeremiah Hurst also got by Ryan. Joe Zrostlik and Chad Holladay followed.Sponsors donated and the cars came for the Ueland Auto IMCA Stock Cars. A season-high 19 were in the field, including Greg Gill. He fought off Timmy Current, Donnie Louck and a charging Todd Reisler to take home the $950 top prize in the 15-lap main.Jared Waterman said before the evening he wanted his luck to change. It did in the B&D Pit Stop IMCA Northern SportMods.The Coyne Center, Ill. driver swept his heat and the 15-lap finale. He swiped the lead from Joe Grant with six laps to go and ran to the win.Daniel Wauters creeped around the high and low grooves and launched to the 12-lap IMCA Hobby Stock win.A total of 107 race teams filled the pits and the final checkered flag fell just after 10 p.m.last_img read more

First-half adjustments help Syracuse women’s basketball cruise over Cornell

first_imgAfter Cornell hit two back-to-back 3-pointers to take a one-point lead, Syracuse head coach Quentin Hillsman told his players to make two simple adjustments: get out on the shooters on defense and push the ball to the rim on offense. And with those two changes came the Syracuse onslaught. Beginning with 5:21 left in the first half, Syracuse reeled off a 34-2 run, and the Orange (2-0) pulled away to a dominant 86-45 victory over the Big Red (0-2) in front of 1,020 fans in the Carrier Dome Monday. SU’s suffocating defense, coupled with a big rebounding edge, powered the Orange to a 21-0 run that started immediately after Cornell took the lead on a Shelby Lyman 3-pointer. From that point on, SU outscored the Big Red 60-18 the rest of the way. ‘Down the stretch, I thought we really did a very good job of closing the game out,’ Hillsman said. ‘That’s all we really wanted to do was to come out in the second half and close the game out. Get some distance in between us just so we could get down the floor, play in transition and get some easy baskets.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder text The Orange started the game with a heavy dose of Kayla Alexander. On Syracuse’s first two possessions, it fed the ball to Alexander in the post and never let up from there. Her long 6-foot-4 frame towered over the Cornell defenders, helping her tally 19 points and pull down eight boards in the game. But even with Alexander dominating in the post, SU couldn’t pull away from the Big Red for the first 15 minutes of the game. Cornell had an answer for each small Syracuse spurt, typically in the form of one of its five first-half 3-pointers. ‘Honestly, they were getting the same 3s in the same spot every possession,’ Hillsman said. ‘So we had to just get our guards to play a little further up the floor.’ And once the Orange did that, the rout was on. Eleven seconds after Lyman gave the Big Red its only lead of the game, SU point guard Tasha Harris drained a 3-pointer to put SU back up by two. The next Cornell shot was a miss by Kristina Danielak, starting a 0-for-11 stretch that lasted just more than nine minutes. While the Orange was forcing turnovers and contesting shots on defense, its offense exploded on the other end of the floor, mostly by getting to the rim and crashing the boards. ‘I think in practice we go against each other so well that when we do come in the game, we are really aggressive on the boards,’ said junior forward Iasia Hemingway, who pulled in eight rebounds to go along with her 10 points. ‘So that’s why we’re so good at that.’ If it wasn’t Alexander posting up the Big Red, it was a slashing drive by one of the Orange guards that led to second-chance points. Twenty-three offensive rebounds led to 28 second-chance points for the Orange. SU dominated Cornell 52-28 on the glass, including 34-8 in the second half. ‘We did start going to the glass more,’ sophomore guard Carmen Tyson-Thomas said. ‘Because at halftime, our coach told us that we were getting out-rebounded, so that just gave us a little bit more motivation to get to the boards, and we started making shots.’ The rebounding also created more chances for the Orange’s perimeter players. Freshman guard La’Shay Taft came off the bench and hit four 3-pointers, three of them after Hillsman had made his two simple adjustments. Syracuse’s offense shined while the Orange got the ball into the paint and crashed the boards. And defensively, SU simply had to get a hand up on the Big Red’s shooters. ‘It’s one of those things where you have the same player getting the same look every time,’ Hillsman said. ‘It’s a simple adjustment. And the adjustment was just — go get her. It wasn’t a scheme thing. It was like she’s in front of you — go get her.’ zjbrown@syr.edu Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on November 15, 2010 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

Extra Innings: Challenging penalties is the wrong call for NFL

first_imgIt’s unfair. The call clearly was pass interference — anyone with common sense can see that. It is just unfortunate that in that moment, the officiating crew lacked common sense. However, slowing the game down and staring at negligible details for a couple minutes often cause officials to second guess themselves in these grey zone areas. They were trained for years to make the right call on the field. Some things should not be reviewed and especially should not be challenged by coaches. There are bullet points that  help define this rule in Section 5 Article 2 of the NFL Rulebook, but that will never be enough to eliminate the gray area left by the imperfect rules. I expect to see some long reviews on pass interference calls. I expect to see Pereira attempt to define the ambiguous grey zone. And I expect to see tweets from furious fans about a play standing or being overturned. As a result, all 32 NFL head coaches voted unanimously to extend the replay rule to allow for pass interference calls to be challenged by coaches and reviewed in New York in the last two minutes of each half. The horrific image of Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman obliterating New Orleans Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis in the 2018 NFC Championship game may never leave Saints fans’ minds. However, a new rule that will be implemented in the 2019 season may prevent fans from ever having to go through that emotional distress again. This is a big step for the NFL, which hasn’t allowed coaches to challenge penalties in the past. It will surely allow the NFL to make better calls in some instances. However, the negative ramifications of the newly implemented rule far outweigh its benefits. Take the catch rule, for example. Each year, the NFL tries to redefine what is considered a “catch.” The player must make a football move, secure control and clear possession. The same goes for pass interference calls. The 2018 NFL rulebook defines pass interference as “any act by a player more than one yard beyond the line of scrimmage [that] significantly hinders an eligible player’s opportunity to catch the ball.” The thought of hearing these words come out of Mike Pereira’s mouth on Sunday makes me uneasy. There is no definite answer. It is not his fault; there is virtually no way to eliminate the massive gray zone in the catch rules. center_img Sam Arslanian is a sophomore writing about sports. His column, “Extra Innings,” runs Fridays. Undoubtedly, the implementation of this rule will benefit the NFL. It releases the handcuffs that have prevented officials from reviewing penalty calls. Referees are humans, and humans make mistakes, especially in fast-paced environments where they must make snap decisions. It is sensible to think that with the technology available today, officials should have the opportunity to make the correct call through review. Die-hard Saints fans protested the NFL and called out Commissioner Roger Goodell. Two season-ticket holders from “Who-Dat Nation” even filed a lawsuit against the NFL. I would be open to a rule that states NFL coaches can’t challenge penalties, but officials are allowed to review plays for penalties, if they think a call was botched or even New York-initiated reviews. Allowing coaches to challenge calls adds a whole different dimension to the plays that are reviewed. It introduces more plays that can essentially be decided by the flip of a coin. Because of this, replay reviews on potential receptions were some of the NFL’s most controversial plays in recent memory. The missed pass interference call is now known as one of the biggest botched calls in NFL history, right up there with former Lions receiver Calvin Johnson’s “dropped” touchdown reception, which was actually a catch. This play cost the Saints a Super Bowl appearance, and fans will never forget that. A similar argument can be made for balls and strikes in baseball. The umpire calls it on the field, and that’s the way it is. Sometimes, calls are missed. No umpire will ever say they make 100 percent of their calls correctly. Introducing reviews for balls and strikes would be detrimental to the game. Granted, the right call would most likely be made when reviewed — every aspect of a sport cannot be perfect.last_img read more

Betfair launches Fairer Game campaign seeking female football coaching talent

first_imgShare StumbleUpon Bookies Corner: Trump Presidency sinks as US 2020 enters its 100 day countdown July 29, 2020 Partnering up with Women in Football, Betfair has launched its ‘Fairer Game’ campaign this week, with the betting firm funding 50 female football coaches who will aim to gain their UEFA B licenses.The company has set itself the long-term goal of doubling the number of UK female football coaches with UEFA A licenses, which at present stands at 29 compared to +1,400 men.The bookmaker will cover the cost of £50,000 required for the 50 candidates to take up the UEFA B license course. Betfair will also provide learning opportunities for the coaches through the pre-existing Cash 4 Clubs initiative.In order to kick-start the initiative, Betfair has hired former Arsenal and England Woman’s professional footballer Rachel Yankey as Campaign Ambassador. Yankey who holds a UEFA coaching certificate, will provide mentoring for the 50 selected candidates.Yankey commented on the Fairer Game campaign; “As a youngster I was determined to follow my ambition and love for football and that determination is what got me to where I am today. Both representation and access for women in football has improved in recent years but it’s still not a level playing field, which is why I’m thrilled to be a part of the Betfair Fairer Game campaign.Betfair informs that candidates wishing to apply, have to be over 21-years and hold a UK Level 2 coaching qualification. Applications must be summited via the Fairer Game website at https://promotions.betfair.com/fairer-gameBetfair ‘Fairer Game’ Campaign Share ‘Deal maker’ Rafi Ashkenazi ends Flutter tenure  August 27, 2020 Related Articles Submit Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020last_img read more

Rogers City Student, Dy’Shauna Rutherford Wins 2nd Annual Student Film Competition: ‘BioDiversityIs-Unity’

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisThe Thunder Bay International Film Festival has come to an end, and the 2nd Annual Student Film Competition has declared a winner. The winner of this year’s Student Film Competition is, Dy’Shauna Rutherford.A native of Rogers City, Rutherford along with other students throughout the state of Michigan, and the U.S. traveled to Alpena to compete in this year’s film competition called, ‘BioDiversityIs.’Over 14 teams showcased their work while explaining through their films what “BioDiversity” meant to them. Rutherford created a piece that meant “Unity.” The Rogers City High School student said her backyard inspired her.“My backyard because I spend the most time by there and there’s a lot of wildlife. I live in such a nature driven area where nature is most important out of everything, so it’s really close to home,” she described.Rutherford said she faced some challenges when creating her piece, but in the end there was unity. Next years student competition theme will be called, “SanctuariesAre.”Rutherford was also selected as the People’s Choice Award.2nd Place: Camryn Bullock, Rogers City, MI: #BiodiversityIs Home (HS)3rd Place: Gerda Metsma & Kristin Munski, Selma, CA: Biodiversity is what makes us one  (HS)Middle School Selection: Isabella Pitts & Angelee Piechan, Rogers City, MI: #BiodiversityIs Life (MS)AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: BioDiversity, BioDiversityIs, Rogers City, Rogers City High School, Student Film Competition, Thunder Bay International Film FestivalContinue ReadingPrevious Yoga Back Workshop Helps Reduce Spinal Pain, and InjuriesNext Thunder Bay Arts Council Celebrates 45 Years With Public Sculpture: ‘Departure’last_img read more

Burundi make history by reaching Chan finals

first_imgTiny central Africa state Burundi reached the finals of a CAF senior national team competition for the first time at the weekend.The ‘Swallows’ fought back to draw 1-1 with Sudan in Omdurman in an African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier and won 4-3 on penalties.Sudan is a happy hunting ground for Burundi as top club Vital’O won the regional CECAFA championship there last month.Victory earned Burundi a place at the 16-team tournament in South African cities Bloemfontein, Cape Town and Polokwane next January.Burkina Faso, Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Nigeria and Uganda have also qualified.And South Africa are automatic participants as hosts of the biennial competition for home-based footballers. The remaining four places will be split between countries from the central and southern regions in a regional qualifying competition.Sudan were favoured after forcing a 1-1 draw in Bujumbura and first-leg scorer Nadir El Tayeb struck again 18 minutes into the return game.But Gilbert Kaze levelled five minutes after halftime and the Burundians proved more accurate in the shootout.There were many tense finishes in the other seven second legs with three settled by penalties, one by away goals and two by one-goal overall margins.It took the away-goal rule to decide the Congo derby in favour of Congo Brazzaville with Dimitri Bissiki scoring the lone goal a minute from time. The 1-0 victory squeezed the ‘Red Devils’ through after they lost the first leg 2-1 in the Democratic Republic of Congo three weeks ago.Mali were indebted to goalkeeper Soumalia Diakite after losing 1-0 to Guinea in Conakry, but advancing 3-2 on aggregate.He conceded a goal to Ibrahima Sory Camara just past the hour mark, but blocked a penalty from the same player soon after.Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe are well placed to move on after first-leg matches while the Cameroon-Gabon tie is finely balanced.Goals from Almiro Lobo, captain Dario Khan and Mario Sinamunda earned the Mozambicans an easier-than-expected 3-0 win over Namibia. The Namibians made their intentions clear by taking just one striker to Maputo, but conceded two goals within 10 second-half minutes.Angola await the winners in a final-round qualifier having eliminated Swaziland during June with 1-0 home and away victories.Zimbabwe coach Ian Gorowa could not have wished for a happier debut as his side triumphed 3-0 over Mauritius in rain-lashed Curepipe.Nelson Maziwisa bagged a brace and Milton Ncube one goal to virtually ensure the ‘Warriors’ a second-round slot.They are likely to face Zambia for a place in South Africa after their northern neighbours forced a 1-1 away to Botswana. Cameroon returned to international football after Fifa lifted a ban by pipping Gabon 1-0 in Yaounde via a Jacques Haman penalty.last_img read more

Robin Gnagne: Hearts are motivated to beat Wa All Stars

first_imgCaptain of Accra Hearts of Oak, Robin Gnagne has believes his side are well motivated and prepared to face Wa All Stars in their top of the table clash in the league this weekend.Both sides are unbeaten coming into the game with an unbeaten record to protect but Gnagne believes th Phobians are in prime position to continue with their unbeaten run.“We are very much motivated for this game  and we will make sure we deliver to make the fans happy by the getting the three points.”“With no doubt the game is going to be tough because it’s the first placed team and the second placed team playing and we know Wa All Stars is not a small club and it is not surprising to me that they have had a good run this season”.Gnagne also expressed his delight about the return head coach Kenichi Yatshuhashi who was taken ill last week. “We have really missed our coach because he wasn’t on the bench against Wassaman but we thank God he is back again because whenever he is on the bench he teaches us many things.” “We the players especially are very much happy to see him back on the bench because it will motivate us to get all the three points and make the fans happy as well.”Gnagne has started all five games for Hearts in the league so far. –Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @JoySportsGH. Our hashtag is #JoySportslast_img read more

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