Training day – Ananda Yogashram http://anandayogashram.org/ Wed, 11 May 2022 12:38:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://anandayogashram.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/icon-56-150x150.jpg Training day – Ananda Yogashram http://anandayogashram.org/ 32 32 Local schools organize a joint training day https://anandayogashram.org/local-schools-organize-a-joint-training-day/ Tue, 10 May 2022 21:59:28 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/local-schools-organize-a-joint-training-day/ Staff from all local government schools recently gathered at the Bayside and Westside school complex for a joint training day. The training day consisted of a wide range of education-focused workshops and sessions tailored to specific roles, and students currently completing their PGCE at the University of Gibraltar were also invited to attend. The government […]]]>

Staff from all local government schools recently gathered at the Bayside and Westside school complex for a joint training day.

The training day consisted of a wide range of education-focused workshops and sessions tailored to specific roles, and students currently completing their PGCE at the University of Gibraltar were also invited to attend.

The government said the big event was designed to give teachers, SNLSAs and nursery nurses choice and variety, with more than 100 different 1.5-hour workshops offered over the course of the day.

Participants were invited to select the three workshops that interested them the most.

Workshop topics focused on a wide range of 60 topics directly related to learning and teaching, including among others.

Some of these topics included the characteristics of an effective learner, positive behavior strategies, improving attendance, holistic child development, creating opportunities for SEND children, fine motor skills, sensory regulation and regimes, and bereavement support.

“Many education staff contributed to the day by leading workshops that showcased the areas of practice they lead within their schools or in which they have a professional interest as an individual. “, the government said.

“The contributions of these individuals provided real contextual insight into the professional development of their colleagues and the cross-sector and cross-school nature of the organization of the day greatly enhanced the professional discourse throughout.”

“Colleagues from other government departments and agencies supported the event by organizing specialized sessions and workshops for education personnel.”

“The variety of the day’s workshops was enriched by the workshops organized by the Care Agency; Human Resources Management ; the wellness team; Department of Environment, Sustainability, Climate Change and Heritage; and the GAH. Additionally, there were workshops run by British suppliers. »

The government said the education-wide INSET day also offered separate full-day specific training sessions for school secretaries and science lab technicians, with objectives tailored to those roles.

“It was fantastic to see all of our staff from all of our schools coming together to participate in this INSET day,” said Director of Education Keri Scott.

“Meeting in a shared location on the same day has allowed education professionals to come together as an education community and continue to develop strong working relationships across schools and across sectors.”

“The intention was to use this new format for an INSET day to provide our staff with a wide variety of learning opportunities and to establish a more meaningful and vibrant learning community. I believe the day was very well received by the staff and this is something we will build on in the future.

Education Minister John Cortes added that the event was an amazing day for all staff working in the education sector, and the feedback was great.

“Everyone contributed and everyone learned, and as a team-building exercise it was extremely successful as well,” Dr. Cortes said.

“I could feel the positive vibes when I visited during their lunch break and spoke to many staff. Great use of our new high school campus too.

“There are plans to make it at least an annual event. The bottom line though – I am certain the day will result in real benefits to the teaching and learning experience for staff and for the children we guide through their educational journey.

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WCJC EMS Program Hosts Training Day for Students | Life & Leisure https://anandayogashram.org/wcjc-ems-program-hosts-training-day-for-students-life-leisure/ Fri, 06 May 2022 21:27:00 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/wcjc-ems-program-hosts-training-day-for-students-life-leisure/ A shirtless man lies on the sidewalk, his chest covered in burns. Leaning against a wall is a bloodied construction worker, a knife protruding from his neck. And closer to the oak tree is an unconscious driver, trapped inside their mangled car. When it comes to real-world practice, there’s nothing better than Wharton County Junior […]]]>

A shirtless man lies on the sidewalk, his chest covered in burns. Leaning against a wall is a bloodied construction worker, a knife protruding from his neck. And closer to the oak tree is an unconscious driver, trapped inside their mangled car. When it comes to real-world practice, there’s nothing better than Wharton County Junior College’s Emergency Medical Services Field Day.

Held April 23 at the Johnson Health Occupations Center on the Wharton campus, the event was an intense, scenario-based training exercise for EMS students of all skill levels. Field Day takes place each fall and spring semester, with a rotation of 40 different scenarios used to ensure that no student encounters the same incident twice.

“Field Day is a great exercise for our program, not only for team building, but also for us as an assessment tool,” said Gary Bonewald, WCJC EMS program director. “It gives students the opportunity to show off what they’ve learned over the semester.”

Over 80 students from the basic EMT level through to advanced paramedic participated in the event.

“They’re put in real-life situations to figure out how best to react,” Bonewald said. “If they make mistakes, this is the place to make them.”

The event was also a way to network with EMS organizations in the area and gain potential employment upon graduation. About 17 supplier agencies were on site with 36 employees.

“We encouraged several students to apply for jobs there,” Bonewald said.

Participating agencies included Advantage Ambulance Service, Atascosita EMS, Austin County EMS, Colorado County EMS, El Campo EMS, Integrity Alliance, Fayette County EMS, Fort Bend County EMS, Global Medical Response/AMR, Harris County Emergency Corps, Houston Fire Department, Jackson County EMS, Orion EMS, US Army Outreach, Wharton EMS and Windsor EMS.

One of the highlights of the day was the landing of a LifeFlight helicopter from Houston. The students had the chance to visit the crew and look inside the air ambulance. The visit was however cut short due to an emergency call from the El Campo area.

WCJC’s EMS courses prepare students as emergency medical care providers in a prehospital setting. Individuals certified as paramedics provide a higher level of care than emergency medical technicians or advanced emergency medical technicians, as specified by the Texas Department of State Health and the National Registry of EMTs. The program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs. Classes are offered at the Richmond and Wharton campuses and occasionally at offsite locations. Visit wcjc.edu for more information.

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BGC Hosts First Gambling Anti-money Laundering Group (GAMLG) Training Day – European Gaming Industry News https://anandayogashram.org/bgc-hosts-first-gambling-anti-money-laundering-group-gamlg-training-day-european-gaming-industry-news/ Fri, 06 May 2022 06:24:51 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/bgc-hosts-first-gambling-anti-money-laundering-group-gamlg-training-day-european-gaming-industry-news/ Reading time: 2 minutes Sports Direct is opening a brand new flagship store, in the heart of Birmingham, bringing a modern, innovative and stylish experience to the city, following an investment of over £10million. Located on New Street and spanning four floors, the supercharged store will be the ultimate lifestyle destination for shoppers. Home to […]]]>
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Sports Direct is opening a brand new flagship store, in the heart of Birmingham, bringing a modern, innovative and stylish experience to the city, following an investment of over £10million.

Located on New Street and spanning four floors, the supercharged store will be the ultimate lifestyle destination for shoppers. Home to USC, GAME, Evans Cycles and a Belong esports arena under one roof, Sports Direct Birmingham will combine interactive experiences and unrivaled product choice for customers, helping to uphold the legend by each.

USC will have a dedicated in-store space, offering trend-oriented customers the chance to shop the most iconic high-end lifestyle brands in one space, while GAME and Belong will offer the latest gaming consoles and accessories as well as an enhanced gaming and social experience in the city center. Evans Cycles will also offer a market leading selection of bicycles, parts, accessories and apparel, as well as a fully equipped bicycle workshop service.

The store’s cutting-edge innovations include a bra studio, featuring a unique multi-brand bra finder designed to help women find the right bra for their sport; specialized sports areas including a permanent golf putting green, running gait analysis and Jordan basketball performance challenge, as well as a My ID personalization area where customers can have products personalized with limited edition designs.

The store launch also coincides with Sports Direct’s spring running campaign, ‘to put on’, which aims to bring a new perspective on the meaning of “fast.” In-store tech will bring the stories of real runners across the UK to life, showing it’s not just about PB and distances covered – it’s about making running accessible to everyone.

Michael Murray, Managing Director of Frasers Group, continues to be at the forefront of the brand’s monumental transformation and has led the development of Sports Direct’s strategy.

Speaking of the opening, Michael says: “As Sports Direct continues to evolve and grow, we are delighted to open our second flagship store in Birmingham. As one of the UK’s largest cities, Birmingham follows on from our first flagship store in London and brings with it a significant investment in the city, as well as an unparalleled supply of sports and fashion under one roof.

“Sport starts at Sports Direct; and as the premier destination for sports and lifestyle, we work collaboratively with our brand partners such as Nike for Sports Direct and CP Company for USC, to inspire our consumers with the best product choices and experiences in our flagship stores.

Birmingham is the second flagship venue to open, following the success of Sports Direct’s first flagship on London’s Oxford Street, which reopened after an impressive £10million renovation last year. The flagship strategy is a brand new proposition for Sports Direct, bringing the best of sport to the consumer with unrivaled product choice and world-class experiences through Sports Direct’s new design and brand vision.

Sports Direct’s parent company, Frasers Group, is committed to raising the bar for retail with investment and expansion plans already announced for this year, with Sports Direct’s flagship product opening at Manchester later this year.

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Training Day – International Brotherhood of Teamsters https://anandayogashram.org/training-day-international-brotherhood-of-teamsters/ Wed, 04 May 2022 14:08:25 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/training-day-international-brotherhood-of-teamsters/ The training and development department trains the Teamsters From April 23 to May 1, the Teamsters Training and Development Department embarked on a whirlwind of events across the country, touching residents from the East Coast to the Midwest. Under its new leadership, the department is working tirelessly to build the skills of local union leaders, […]]]>

The training and development department trains the Teamsters

From April 23 to May 1, the Teamsters Training and Development Department embarked on a whirlwind of events across the country, touching residents from the East Coast to the Midwest. Under its new leadership, the department is working tirelessly to build the skills of local union leaders, business agents and shop stewards through more than 20 training programs coast to coast.

“It’s great to see our 2022 schedule filling up quickly,” said Paul Trujillo, director of the Teamsters training and development department. “We are developing new programs and platforms to ensure union leaders have the resources and knowledge they need to represent members.”

Since April, the department has held steward seminars and administrator training in New York, Ohio, California, Massachusetts, DC, Minnesota, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri and North Carolina. Last week, the department held a week-long training for sales agents in DC

“Our staff criss-crosses the country, training after training. These road warriors bring their vast knowledge and skills to people across the country,” added Trujillo.

Watch: Hear what recent training participants had to say about the program.

Just last week, the department held steward seminars, sales officer trainings and history presentations at Local 638 in Minneapolis; Local 142 in Gary, IN; Local 243 in Plymouth Township, Michigan; Local 41 in Kansas City, Missouri; Local 71 in Charlotte, North Carolina; and IBT’s headquarters in Washington, D.C.

“This training was very insightful and you can tell how much work went into covering so much information,” said Daniella De Leon, a Local 773 business officer in Pennsylvania who took the training last week. sales agent in DC. “I’m especially looking forward to applying contract costing skills to help members understand what’s in a new contract. With great speakers, lots of hands-on exercises, and the opportunity to working face-to-face with other sales reps across the country, this training really helps us serve members.”

In addition to upcoming seminars for stewards in other cities over the next few months, Training and Development will host a three-day training program for newly elected Local Presidents, Secretary-Treasurers and Trustees at the headquarters of the IBT later in May. In June, the department will host a Teamsters Leadership Academy course for preparing for and presenting to a grievance committee or arbitration hearing.

“This is my first training as a new local union leader and the information and feedback has been really helpful,” Jesse M. Ruiz, the newly elected senior leader of Teamsters Local 19 told Houston, Texas who attended the recent business agent training. “The various sessions in this week’s training give you an in-depth understanding of how to run a strong contract campaign, enforce contracts, understand ‘just cause’ and more.”

For more information on upcoming trainings or to contact the department, please visit https://teamster.org/training-and-development/.

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Volunteer training day, healing symposium and astronomy events https://anandayogashram.org/volunteer-training-day-healing-symposium-and-astronomy-events/ Wed, 04 May 2022 13:56:45 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/volunteer-training-day-healing-symposium-and-astronomy-events/ Volunteer training day planned at the Ma & Pa Railroad Heritage Village The Ma&Pa Railroad Heritage Village located at 1258 Muddy Creek Forks Road in Airville will be holding a volunteer training day for the upcoming season on Saturday, May 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The museum is looking for people interested in […]]]>

Volunteer training day planned at the Ma & Pa Railroad Heritage Village

The Ma&Pa Railroad Heritage Village located at 1258 Muddy Creek Forks Road in Airville will be holding a volunteer training day for the upcoming season on Saturday, May 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The museum is looking for people interested in becoming: Store Clerk, Historical Interpreters, Mill Interpreters, Tour Guides and Motor Train Drivers.

Reservations are required to attend and can be made by emailing: Volunteer@MaAndPaRailroad.com.

Union Fire & Hose Co. hosts events

The Union Fire & Hose Co. #1 of Dover located at 30 E. Canal Road in Dover will be hosting a Meat Drawing/Dinner, Tool Bingo and Cash and Gun Party.

The meat drawing and dinner will take place on Friday, May 13, with dinner being served at 6 p.m. and the meat drawing following at 7 p.m.

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In Bloom judges praise the work of the volunteers during the practice day before the competition https://anandayogashram.org/in-bloom-judges-praise-the-work-of-the-volunteers-during-the-practice-day-before-the-competition/ Tue, 03 May 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/in-bloom-judges-praise-the-work-of-the-volunteers-during-the-practice-day-before-the-competition/ REGISTRATION: CiB Judges Group at Rawnsley Center ahead of the 2022 competition. Training underway for Cumbria’s in Bloom judges ahead of the 2022 competition. 20 judges from Cumbria were joined by Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) national judge Rae Beckwith for a walk around Keswick to give advice on how to judge entries and the criteria […]]]>

REGISTRATION: CiB Judges Group at Rawnsley Center ahead of the 2022 competition.

Training underway for Cumbria’s in Bloom judges ahead of the 2022 competition.

20 judges from Cumbria were joined by Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) national judge Rae Beckwith for a walk around Keswick to give advice on how to judge entries and the criteria expected.

The future judges have met residents, volunteers and managers along the way to help showcase Keswick’s range of interesting and diverse areas, essential training when it comes to competing later this year.

News and Star: JUDGES: Meet the community at Derwent Close.

News and Star: JUDGES: Meet the community at Derwent Close.

JUDGES: Meet the community at Derwent Close.

Together with Jean Airey, Liz Auld had devised a route for the judges to walk around, having gathered at the Rawnsley Center on Thursday April 28, making stops around the city at Tithebarn Street Corner, Derwent Close, Hope Park Sundial Garden and Passage Lower Lake Road.

Liz Auld said: “The judges were greatly assisted in their deliberations by Christine Fawcett, Keswick Parks Officer, and Catherine Parker from Keswick City Council, who both met us at Hope Park and guided us through the rest. of the tour.

“Even though it was very early in the season, the judges found Keswick to be beautiful and, despite heavy visitor numbers, remarkably free of litter and graffiti,” she said.

The judges applauded the work of the many volunteers who give tirelessly to keep the flower beds spotless throughout the year.

Cumbria in Bloom offers awards in the following categories – Pride in your community (towns and villages), tourism, schools and assessments under the RHS It’s Your Neighborhood scheme – with applications for these awards welcome until the end of May 2022.

See www.cumbria-in-bloom.org.uk for how to enter these competitions.

READ MORE: Residents of Cumbria encouraged to get involved in National Gardening Week

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In Bloom judges visit Keswick for a training day https://anandayogashram.org/in-bloom-judges-visit-keswick-for-a-training-day/ Tue, 03 May 2022 16:00:00 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/in-bloom-judges-visit-keswick-for-a-training-day/ 20 judges from Cumbria were joined by Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) national judge Rae Beckwith for a walk around Keswick to give advice on how to judge entries and the criteria expected. The future judges have met residents, volunteers and managers along the way to help showcase Keswick’s range of interesting and diverse areas, essential […]]]>

20 judges from Cumbria were joined by Royal Horticulture Society (RHS) national judge Rae Beckwith for a walk around Keswick to give advice on how to judge entries and the criteria expected.

The future judges have met residents, volunteers and managers along the way to help showcase Keswick’s range of interesting and diverse areas, essential training when it comes to competing later this year.

JUDGES: Meet the community at Derwent Close.

Together with Jean Airey, Liz Auld had devised a route for the judges to walk around, having gathered at the Rawnsley Center on Thursday April 28, making stops around the city at Tithebarn Street Corner, Derwent Close, Hope Park Sundial Garden and Passage Lower Lake Road.

Liz Auld said: “The judges were greatly assisted in their deliberations by Christine Fawcett, Keswick Parks Officer, and Catherine Parker from Keswick City Council, who both met us at Hope Park and guided us through the rest. of the tour.

“Even though it was very early in the season, the judges found Keswick to be beautiful and, despite heavy visitor numbers, remarkably free of litter and graffiti,” she said.

The judges applauded the work of the many volunteers who give tirelessly to keep the flower beds spotless throughout the year.

Cumbria in Bloom offers awards in the following categories – Pride in your community (towns and villages), tourism, schools and assessments under the RHS It’s Your Neighborhood scheme – with applications for these awards welcome until the end of May 2022.

See www.cumbria-in-bloom.org.uk for how to enter these competitions.

READ MORE: Residents of Cumbria encouraged to get involved in National Gardening Week

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The Betting and Gaming Council organizes a training day on the fight against money laundering https://anandayogashram.org/the-betting-and-gaming-council-organizes-a-training-day-on-the-fight-against-money-laundering/ Tue, 03 May 2022 14:46:21 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/the-betting-and-gaming-council-organizes-a-training-day-on-the-fight-against-money-laundering/ The Gambling Anti-Money Laundering Group (GAMLG) recently held its first training day, with support from the Betting and Gaming Council and over 80 members in attendance. With a focus on sharing best practices and discussing concerns about the gambling industry, in the area of ​​anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing, attendees heard from a range safety […]]]>

The Gambling Anti-Money Laundering Group (GAMLG) recently held its first training day, with support from the Betting and Gaming Council and over 80 members in attendance.

With a focus on sharing best practices and discussing concerns about the gambling industry, in the area of ​​anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing, attendees heard from a range safety experts and regulatory representatives.

One of them was Keith Bristow, former director general of the National Crime Agency, who is chairman of GAMLG.

Speakers also included Claire Wilson, a senior official at the Gambling Commission, who spoke about the regulatory forces at play and the lessons to be learned from the current landscape.

One of the main objectives of the session was to encourage gaming operators to reconsider their own approach to anti-money laundering; and the risks posed by the growing threat, including new technological developments and the measures they can put in place to reduce the likelihood of this happening.

Entain, Playtech, William Hill, Genting, Betway and Gamesys were among those present on April 25.

As well as a series of guest speakers, a number of best practice sessions also took place, led by people such as the National Crime Agency’s current chief executive, Graeme Biggar, who provided advice on the magnitude of the current threat. is to the gaming industry.

Representatives from the UK’s Financial Intelligence Unit and KPMG also gave lectures on how to spot suspicious activity, as well as tutorials on creating a corporate culture of compliance.

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DVIDS – News – Air Force ROTC Cadets Participate in Field Training Day at SJAFB https://anandayogashram.org/dvids-news-air-force-rotc-cadets-participate-in-field-training-day-at-sjafb/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 19:06:00 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/dvids-news-air-force-rotc-cadets-participate-in-field-training-day-at-sjafb/ SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, NC – Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University participated in a field training day at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina North, April 21, 2022. Field training gave cadets hands-on experience led by U.S. Air Force service members who offered […]]]>

SEYMOUR JOHNSON AIR FORCE BASE, NC – Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University participated in a field training day at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina North, April 21, 2022.

Field training gave cadets hands-on experience led by U.S. Air Force service members who offered guidance and created a learning environment of exploration and growth. The training is part of Seymour Johnson AFB’s partnership with NC A&T, as part of grassroots recruiting efforts with historically black colleges and universities.

“Many ROTC cadets don’t grow up in military families or around bases, so this was an amazing opportunity for them to see a facility, the mission, and what life might be like if they chose to pursue a commission in as an Air Force officer,” said 1st Lt. Sara Loveless, junior executive officer of the 4th Fighter Wing.

Upon arrival at the base, Colonel Kurt Helphinstine, 4th FW Commander, greeted and briefed the cadets.

“The base commander briefed us on international relations and told us about some of the things he wished he had known when he was our age,” said Christina Shelton, NC A&T ROTC Det. 605 cadets.

After the briefing, the cadets toured the Explosive Ordnance Disposal Flight of the 4th Civil Engineer Squadron, where they received classroom instruction in small unit tactics and hands-on training on the M4 carbine. Cadets also had the opportunity to explore EOD equipment and learn more about the professional field.

“My favorite part of the course was when my peers put on the EOD suit and ran around doing drills,” said Cadet Khalil Eatmon, NC A&T ROTC Det. 605.

Next, the cadets moved on to field training where they applied classroom instruction in small unit tactics. During this event, teams of cadets moved between the barriers, covering each other and communicating together to progress.

“There was a time constraint and although it wasn’t mentioned, we felt the pressure to move quickly,” Eatmon said. “It made me think of a real-world experience; am I moving correctly, am I going fast enough and will I fail my team? »

The small unit tactics part was the hardest because we had to communicate and use teamwork, Shelton added.

While in the field, the cadets also received training in assembling small shelter systems from the 4th CES. Once the tent was set up, the lieutenants and cadets gathered inside for a mentoring session.

“Holding these events gives cadets more information and experience before making decisions about their future careers,” Loveless said. “Cadets fill out forms listing jobs they would like to do in the Air Force while at ROTC, and their experiences at Seymour Johnson help them know what they might want to do in the Air Force. Additionally, these opportunities allow them to see how what they learn in the classroom applies to the Air Force and, in turn, makes them better equipped officers upon commissioning.

The cadets completed their training with a visit to the 333rd Fighter Generation Squadron where they had the opportunity to view an F-15E Strike Eagle and speak with those responsible for the aircraft and their mission.

Shelton said as a freshman, the experience allowed her to explore her career and got her thinking about what she might want to do in the Air Force once she gets there. would be commissioned.

“This experience focused on teamwork, which definitely helped us come together as a detachment,” Eatmon said. “Hopefully we can bring back some of the knowledge we learned here and enrich other cadets who weren’t able to take the training.







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Rockford Scanner™: Not an actual scene, training day at the airport. https://anandayogashram.org/rockford-scanner-not-an-actual-scene-training-day-at-the-airport/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 21:40:05 +0000 https://anandayogashram.org/rockford-scanner-not-an-actual-scene-training-day-at-the-airport/ If you have information: RockfordScanner@gmail.com Emergency training and disaster response exercises took place today from 8 to 10 a.m. at the airport. Local police, firefighters, hospitals, aircraft rescue and fire crews and airport personnel will participate. It may look like a big stage, but this training is essential to ensure the preparedness and safety of […]]]>


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