A Complete Biography of CharleMagne, the Great
Very little is known of the latter part of the period in European history known as the Dark Ages. There is a vast amount of European history that remains blank due to low literacy rates and a lack of written record-keeping.
By the mid-8th century no centralized European authority had yet arisen to take the place of the Roman Empire since its collapse. But in Germany, the Frankish dynasty began to establish itself and eventually their kingdom covered most of modern day France as well as other parts of Central and Eastern Europe.
In the midst of all of the chaos to control the land, one individual stood at the heart of the Franks' expansion: Charlemagne. A pious and arrogant leader, he made such an impact on the world that he is arguably still one of the greatest kings to have ever ruled.
Charlemagne established his dynasty and elevated his family's influence throughout Europe. His is a story full of violence and heroism, displaying ...
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Originally published in 1848 as a political pamphlet, The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels would become one of the most influential works of the era. Written as a summary of the authors' political thought, the Manifesto is also a reflection of the unrest and the revolutions of the time.
The Manifesto analyzes the struggle due to social inequality and the problems presented by a capitalist society. This work also speculates on the limited future of a totally capitalist driven economy, predicting that eventually the world would turn to socialism.
By 1860, The Manifesto had fallen into obscurity and was not as important as it once was but that would change in the latter part of the nineteenth-century when Karl Marx grew more influential in socialist circles. Russia became the world's first socialist state with the Manifesto being its primary outline for the new social order.
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Elena Lobacheva, 26, was the sole woman in a murderous Russian gang that targeted the homeless and alcoholics in the city of Moscow. With their trial on 22nd June 2017, the court heard the horrific details of how she, and her two accomplices, killed at least 15 homeless people. In one incident, a victim was knifed 171 times, whilst another was repeatedly struck with hammers. The killing spree occurred mainly between July 2014 to February 2015. Never once did they steal from their victims.
On the highest elevation in Elbert County, Georgia near the South Carolina border, towers a megalithic granite monument known as The Georgia Guidestones, sometimes referred to as "The American Stonehenge," due to striking resemblances to each other. This mysterious doomsday inscribed structure, portends written messages of directions for humanity, after the events of an apocalypse. The true identity of the man who referred to himself as R.C. Christian (a pseudonym), and was responsible for the commission of its construction is unknown, as well as the group of secret associates he represented. This book summarizes an insightful look into this intriguing puzzle of its origin, architectural features, commandments/ languages, the inferences to Thomas Paine's "Age of Reason", conspiracy theories, and the mysterious cube inscriptions in 2014.
They say the truth is stranger than fiction. You hold proof in your hands. A childhood filled with extraordinary experiences, an extended visit to the Center for Rehabilitation of the Over-Educated, and the challenges of loss and recovery weave together to form a fascinating tapestry of inspiration and encouragement. If you want help navigating life's challenges, this book is the inspiration you need to transform the dark times to light. "An inspiring and heroic journey of manifestation that teaches us everything is possible if we believe. This is the best thing I've read in a long time. My eyes were burning and I had to read more." Fonda Joyce, former business manager for Jean Houston and assistant to Chet Huntley"Thirsting for a Raindrop is so fascinating; I could not put it down. Woven with magic and mystery. Lyne4ah Marks' memoir is a brilliantly written book that speaks to one woman's strength along with her capacity to surrender to Spirit. Lyneah's life has been a profound ...
Two of the creepiest serial killers in modern times... Rodney Alcala and William Fyfe. Alcala put up a false front as a photographer in order to lure women into his home to murder them. Fyfe would front as a handyman and gain entrance into his victim's homes where he would add unsuspecting customers to his kill count.
Florida is known as a state where numerous elderly people go to retire. They enjoy the nice weather and easy-going lifestyle. Therefore, there are whole communities of retirees in the Sunshine State who stick together and help each other. Unfortunately, elderly people can be a bit naive and lonely because their families might live far away so they can often be prey to bad people who want to take their hard-earned money. They are usually threatened or blackmailed until they pay off their abusers. Unfortunately, some of them lose their lives, and they end up murdered if they refuse to give money to the criminals.
A similar thing occurred at the beginning of 2015 in a quiet town of Barefoot Bay, near Melbourne, Florida. A lovely elderly woman named Doris Johnston accepted Jennifer Rose Trent's offer to come around on a weekly basis and clean her home. The two struck a friendship very quickly, and Jennifer started spending more and more time with Doris. The woman liked Jennifer's young ...
Some people are just destined for a bit of adventure. This compelling coming of age story follows the excitement, hardships, and life-long bond that forms when two young friends and a dog decide to risk it all and take a shot at life on a boat.
Border Guards is a collection of stories originally written by John Bedard. This is the first in a series of stories inspired by Border Guards. The story takes place on a cold Christmas morning at the border station at Cantic, Quebec, Canada. Having just returned from Korea, John and his buddy Jules work the border station early Christmas morning and encounter a man without a country.
We all have a story to tell. Our lives are in fact one continuing story. It develops and unfolds as we grow, and it is ever changing.
Today, I have decided to share my story with you.
Within the pages of this book, you will have a glimpse of me. The unadulterated shallow, deep, loving, hateful, girl/woman that I was, became and am becoming.
This is not a book of fiction.
In fact, these are simply the true transcripts of my diary from the age of fifteen. They are not every day and at times months or years may pass as I grow and change.
However, I hope you enjoy reading about my life. I've enjoyed most of it so far.
When the Cuckoo Calls is based on the life of Paula Richter, a Polish woman born in 1925 in Lwów, Poland (now L'viv, Ukraine). After German troops assumed control of her town, she was captured twice, escaping both times, before finding her place with US forces and the liberation of Europe in 1945. It was then that she met her husband, Anthony Kazmierski, when his tank battalion came upon her camp in Austria. They moved to Rochester, New York where they raised two children. Paula died from Alzheimer's disease on February 21, 2014 at the age of eighty-eight.
Do You want to learn more about The Life of Lebron James while Being So Inspired?
Do You want to know why he's so successful?!
If the answer is yes... then, let me invite you in a beautiful journey: Welcome to The Life of Lebron James!
LeBron is one of the most recognizable sports figures in the world because of his remarkable athleticism and on-court brilliance. He dazzles sports fans with his flawless shots and powerful dunks. His dominance on the court is unlike any other. He has made and broken historic records in basketball and he continues to do so in more than 16 years of playing in the NBA. Even with a slew of new talents, LeBron still dominates.
The one thing the separates him from the other basketball superstars is his strong desire to win not just in basketball but in life. LeBron's off-court endeavors are as remarkable as his on-court performances. His incredible life story is a treasure trove of life lessons that inspire, motivate, and drive you to action.
All Crime, All the Time
Major Crimes of murder, burglary, home invasions, kidnapping, carjacking's, and distribution of heroin, cocaine, and meth are the primary focus of coverage in the Chesapeake region. Many reports include detailed accounts of plea deals and criminal history of the accused.
Alexis Reed had always known there was something different about her father Jerry -- he'd been nicknamed "Crazy Apple," after all, and the few interactions they'd shared in her youth were defined by his unpredictable mood swings, hard-to-follow conversations, and a prevailing, obsessive belief that he'd soon reunite with Alexis's mother. Rather than to go on pretending she was fatherless, however, a high school assignment inspired Alexis to try and understand the man who she called Dad and everyone else called crazy. Heartfelt, raw, and unflinching in its portrayal of a daughter learning to navigate her father's mental illness and perpetual homelessness, Chasing Apple to Find Jerry is an unforgettable memoir that takes readers on a journey of Alexis's most promising father-daughter triumphs and deepest familial disappointments -- all in the name of finding, and keeping, her beloved father Jerry around for good.
Also a major motion picture, Hoaxed exposes fake news and explores how misinformation spreads online in conversations with several high profile guests and celebrities. Hoaxed is a collection of original essays - some snarky, some serious, and some gossipy - by Cernovich. Also included are long form interviews with high profile media figures.Filmmaker and author Mike Cernovich is also confronted by people who claim he has shared fake news. Find out how he answers these allegations in Hoaxed.
'Another Country: The Korean War & America in the 1950s' is a unique photographic journey that follows David DeCouto, Jr. as he heads from the war front to the home front. From Korea to Washington, D.C. to Fall River, Massachusetts to many points in between, David's photographs -- which include never-before-published images of Marilyn Monroe, Richard Nixon, Ted Williams and others -- help illustrate a world of final innocence. A world that no longer exists. It's truly another country, captured in gelatin emulsion, light and shadow.
Award winning author and poet, Susan Schubert shares her story. This is memoir of a trip I took to Europe in 1971 as a student hitchhiking through Great Britain, France, Germany, Holland, Sweden with many stories to tell. As a woman alone, I, an award winning author, tell it like it was with details of my loves and men I met. Living in London, with the family of a Welsh National poet, studying William Blake, learning about myself and looking for love in the age of peace and love, I used the journals that I wrote in every day to recreate my story. My trip lasted four 1/2 months, taking me to The Isle of Skye, the Aran islands., Mon San Michel , Paris, Amsterdam, the glaciers of Chamonix, climbing in the Black Forest , Munich for Oktoberfest. My descriptions of people and places are said to be impressionistic and full of detail. I painted those descriptions with my words so that I could remember each moment written. I am happy to share my experiences with you and hope that you have had ...
The definitive artist of post-Watergate America, Elton John accounted for a staggering two percent of all global record sales by 1975, while his concert tours routinely broke house records set by the Rolling Stones and the Beatles. Combining rigorous research with critical insight -- and drawing on over ninety firsthand interviews with Elton's closest friends and collaborators -- 'Captain Fantastic: The Definitive Biography of Elton John in the '70s' is a no-holds-barred portrait of the troubled genius who helped change the landscape of popular music more than any other solo artist since Elvis Presley.
'Captain Fantastic: The Definitive Biography of Elton John in the '70s' explores in intimate detail the life of a greatly misunderstood icon during the Technicolor decade when his creative powers were at their zenith and his personal life at its most conflicted. The result is a work that provides fresh insight into a musical force nonpareil, including explorations of Elton's battles ...
FIXATION PAINSby John Michael Molinari III(X-LIBRIS) Price verified 11 hours ago
"Fixation Pains" is an intense story of love and hate, historical in nature, at times very humorous, plus sad and searching. The inevitable head-first slide through family archives was very difficult via many years of heartache, another break with reality painted with tears and isolation, but a story written as an instrument to regain control over a failing life would not go away. This manuscript screams loudly about inner strength, pitfalls of mental illness, courage, growing up in Brooklyn, New York via many hysterical moments among eccentric and explicit peers, teenage blues and substance abuse, why many young adults commit suicide, freaky fraternal life in Brooklyn College, boundaries of a mental meltdown through obsessions and clinical depression, an adult on edge, war and pre-medication surgical history, a broken marriage, and the dark side of loneliness, with creative passion as a catalyst. It describes in detail the heavy journey through obsessive-compulsive disorder and ...
Charles St. Anthony heard plenty of 'Wizard of Oz' jokes growing up in Kansas. After finding himself on some seedy dance floors in Kansas City, his quest for love and glamor -- and his penchant for all things Japanese -- carried Charles from Dorothy's homeland to New York to Tokyo. Impossibly Glamorous follows his exploits with Goth raver lesbians, hot men, and not-so-hot men, culminating in a long-term love affair with Japan. His journey from ugly baby to Asian media personality touches on tough issues such as coming out gay in Kansas, domestic violence, substance abuse, and how to to bounce back from any kind of adversity with only a faux fur coat and a cavalier skip.
Tony is my appointed godfather. Over a period of time, he has relayed stories about himself and his family. To know him and to have listened to these stories, one realizes that these American people have undiluted Sicilian blood coursing through their veins. Tony is a man to be admired; To say that he is a simple man would be a conundrum. He is an imposing figure. A man in his seventies, showing determination and pride in his being. His physical appearance is most impressive, a well-dressed, good looking man with strong character lines etched in his face, exuding a commanding presence. His erect posture and carriage belies his seventy plus years.
Throughout the book I have tried to use Tony's own words as much as possible. In the spirit of truthfulness, I will disclose the following fact. The first several chapters of this book are not entirely based on facts, but instead, historical probability. The Godfather's Parents who are currently in their mid-90s in age, were being asked to ...
The story of a fearless Portuguese boy, native of Terceira Island in the Azores, the son of poor and humble farmers.
140 years ago, with only 13 years, of clogs, without money and without documents, he embarked alone in the Azores as a clandestine in a steamer - the Lidador - and crosses the Atlantic towards the Tupiniquins lands.
Illiterate, but very intelligent and with exceptional business skills, he worked hard, dedicated his life to family and work, faced various challenges and was a winner.
An honest, strong, bold and courageous man, responsive to changing the fate of several generations of a family.
A true and passionate story, full of emotions.
Tale based on real life.
This is a memoir about a girl growing up in 1970s Ireland, a girl who loved to read and write. The author describes the books and other material she read, including book series, school books, and comics. She notes how she had to become an open-minded reader.
There is a general chapter on the lessons she learnt from childhood books, and a separate chapter on lessons she learnt from Enid Blyton's books. There are descriptions of the girl's first attempt at writing a "novel", and her school projects.
Sometimes, writing had a companionable aspect, as when she got friends to write in an autograph book, and started writing to a pen pal. There was also the time she was asked to go on the radio...
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White Rhino is the true life story of reputed Philadelphia Italian gangster Orlando Fioravanti's change from living a life of crime to a life of serving God.
In the book Orlando takes you back in time to the mid 1980's when he was just a teen-ager but at that time was given the rare opportunity to distribute cocaine in large quantities in the Philadelphia tri-state area.
Due to Orlando's connection with the plug he spent 12 years living the shot caller lifestyle, as he takes you on the ins and outs of the game and all that comes with it like women, money and even movie stars. Travel along all those years with Orlando and his crew of three that he would assemble to insulate him from the bullets and the feds.
Whereas, it wouldn't be until 14 years after Orlando begun living a lifestyle of a king in America that he would finally be busted and sentenced to 15 years of hard time.
Walk with Orlando through the old penitentiary as it was called then, to see, hear and smell what it was ...
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ALL CRIME, ALL THE TIME - The Chesapeake region's only all crime newspaper covering all areas surrounding the Chesapeake Bay. Extensive coverage of crime and cops and detailed information on many major crimes. While many like to blame lenient Judges for repeat offenders being allowed to run free and commit more crimes, often the plea deals approved by States Attorneys, Chief Prosecutors, and Commonwealth Attorneys are to blame for more law-abiding citizens becoming crime victims of violent and dangerous criminals. DUI and DWI arrests and tracking of repeat offenders is also a regular feature. Cap'n Larry Jarboe's great fishing tales and tips on how to catch a cooler full of fish and Eat Cheap is also a regular feature. THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY print edition is available on most newsstands throughout the Chesapeake region. All editions of THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY are on Amazon and are available FREE to Kindle Unlimited customers.
ABANDONED BY THE VATICAN (An Analytical Memoir)
By Jack Doherty
If you love gripping intrigue and adventure and hate betrayal and hypocrisy, you'll be both rewarded and disgusted by reading Abandoned by the Vatican.
Accompany the author as he crosses over the Iron Curtain, the dead man's land of mine fields, electrified fences and shooting fields. He prowls through the back alleys of Prague dodging the communist security police to meet secret priests waiting to tell the story of their years in prison and concentration camps, their interrogation and torture, hunger, hard labor, and now a life sentence as ex-convicts. In their atheistic police state the secret priests and their underground churches try to preserve basic human values and morals by their example. The 1968 Prague Spring reaction to Russian oppressive rule over its satellite countries brings a few years of limited freedom. Asked what they need? "News, information, books about our Catholic faith," they reply.
On another ...
The book that was banned by the Oregon Department of Corrections: From Mike Arnold, criminal defense attorney/author: More often than not, a defense attorney's clients are guilty. Gerald Strebendt certainly looked guilty of the January 2014 road rage murder. Marine sniper. Blackwater operative. MMA fighter with a 9-7 win-loss record, including an appearance in UFC 44. Strebendt was a trained killer, in other words, & one who just happened to be known for his hothead tendencies. It didn't help that his truck was a rolling armory that dark night on a rural road in Springfield, Ore., or that the weapon he used to shoot the other unarmed driver wasn't anybody's idea of "the right gun" to be carrying around town. It was an AR-15-type rifle, a long, black semiautomatic that the world loves to label a "military assault rifle."
Yes, Gerald Strebendt sure looked guilty to me. But he told me he was innocent. He said the other guy rammed Gerald's truck, got out of the car, & began yelling ...
Private Dreams is a true story of my journey through the U.S. Army from 1965 to 1967. It's how I went from failing the Navy entrance exam to finding myself in the middle of a crisis in the Dominican Republic with the 82nd Airborne Division. A crisis that hardly anybody has heard of. It's also about finding love in a foreign land and being forced to decide between leaving her there or bringing her home. It's more than just a military story. It's also a story that affects every family, and that is cancer. It can bring families together or it can tear them apart. It's a story about the turbulent '60's and the racism that spilled over into the military. In "Private Dreams", I myself had dreams that were private only to me.
Due to the graphic nature of this book, the recommended age is 18+.
Highly-sensitive teen Nicola James is depressed. Growing up with a gambling addicted, alcoholic dad and having had endured constant bullying at school does that to people. And now her parents are divorced, and she, her mum and younger brother have moved to a new home. If that wasn't bad enough, Nicola has just left the hell that was school and walked straight into the most miserable job ever.
But Nicola has dreams. Big dreams. She wants to be a singer. A pop star. Only then can she truly be happy.
Enter Joe, her new neighbour. He plays in a band. Nicola is amazed at how quickly everything falls into place. She now has a boyfriend and sings in a band. And her dream has come true.
However, fame only leads to more emotional trauma and Nicola, now on the road to self-destruction. finds herself tortured by the same inner demons as her father.
Who will catch Nicola when she falls?
Set against the backdrop of the 1980s music scene, Age of Dreams is a gripping coming-of-age story of ...
"Vivid and touching, Aloha Joe in Hawaii is a rare type of book
that not only educates, but also moves."
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This book is the sunny and inspiring tale of someone who refuses to be defeated by the adversities in his life. Scarred by a childhood of abuse, by injury and trauma as a Sergeant in the U.S. Marines and by a totally fortuitous hit-and-run accident, he finally takes his life into his own hands and moves to the 'Big Island' of Hawaii which has a reputation for offering a healing lifestyle.
Immersed in a jungle environment where geckos are his companions and he can forage for fruit every day to make his breakfast smoothies, he gradually slows to the pace of island life. He abandons tv, and instead listens to the sound of the rain on the roof. He learns how to greet and be greeted according to the beautiful customs of the island's inhabitants, enjoys local food and allows serendipity to guide him.
Joe's book is not just an account of his own life experiences. He ...
To the astonishment of their fans, One Direction decided to take a break and go their separate ways. Though this was promised to be temporary, this Ebook examines the reasons that the band may not reunite. One Direction has created a phenomenon unprecedented since the original British Invasion of the Beatles. Now, there is trouble in paradise. Find out who the players involved the break really are. How will it affect each member of the band, as well as, those around them? After reading the information in this Ebook, decide for yourself if you think this is a temporary break, or is the band gone for good?
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THE FIRST BOOK OF THE DEAD COW TRILOGY.
This is the story of one man's hapless journey through life. If you've ever questioned your understanding of life as you know it, you won't quite believe the understanding of life as he knows it. This book will make you laugh out loud as you encounter a journey guaranteed to ensure that you will realise the wisdom of having picked your own path, as opposed to following his. From broken noses in Borneo to free lemons in Hertfordshire, an enjoyable time will be had by all. And yes, there will be a sequel, if not a trilogy. Believe it or not, there is much more to come!
This book contains stories of experiences of sexual harassment and assault told from the victims, themselves. This collection of stories is a Girl Scout Gold Award project, collected and compiled by Ivy Schank. Stories were submitted via an online survey from people of all different ages, all over the world.
All stories have been edited for length, clarity, and/or grammatical errors. All names submitted have also been changed to protect everyone's privacy and anonymity.
The purpose of this book is to support the idea that incidents of this sort happen to all people, regardless of age, gender identity, sexual orientation, location, race, what one is wearing, etc. Its purpose is also to let others going through the same things know that they are understood, they can get through the hard times, it's not their fault, they are loved, that they're not alone, and that they are not the only one.
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This is a true story about a young girl, Jane Smith, who falls ill to a mysterious illness at the tender age of Fourteen years old. The doctors are left completely baffled, eventually seeking help from medical professors from around the world. These doctors flew in from all over the world, to South Africa, to study Jane's case personally. Jane's illness was eventually diagnosed as rare, but Jane's parents always believed she was wrongly diagnosed. This story brings across her bravery and courage, more so her will too live, as well as the turmoil that smothered her family's lives along the way. Its a story of true dedication and a grace of never giving up. A tearjerker, that teaches you the true meaning of family and love.
Lis Egeberg was born in Denmark in 1935. As a child, she lived from five through ten years old, under Nazi Occupation in Denmark, during the Second World War. After the war was over, her family immigrated to Canada, and then eventually to the United States, where she still lives today. My name is Joe Holt, and I am one of her grandchildren. She shared her stories with me, so that we could share them with the world.
This is her story, in her words.
When Ian Usher put his "life" up for sale on eBay in 2008, he had no idea where life's adventure was going to take him next.
Asked many times in interviews, "What will you do once you have sold your life?", his usual glib response was, "Anything I like, really!"
But what did he really want to do next? After some frantic list writing, and last-minute planning, a two-year adventure developed - a list of 100 lifetime goals, and a challenging timeline of 100 weeks!
This book details a few of the more adrenaline-fuelled and adventurous activities found along the way. The amazing adventures chronicled here include:-
Bungee jump #1
Wall of Death
Running with the bulls at Pamplona
The book also includes photos, and links to videos of many of the adventures too.
Who could fail to be inspired to get out there and experience some of ...
Overland is the true story of a journey from Australia to Switzerland without flying. From vast deserts to an Indonesian fishing boat, a slow train through Burma to an armed confrontation in Laos, lullabies from middle-aged Chinese businessmen to a cold night on the Great Wall, wolves and reindeer herders, thieves and nomads: this is a vivid illustration of Asia and the people who live there, and of one ancient, stubborn motorcycle travelling through the world's wild places.
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Rodney "Gipsy" Smith was born in a gipsy tent in Epping Forest, England. He was the son of gipsies, Cornelius Smith and his wife Mary. Growing up, he had to help support the family by making and selling items like clothes pegs around the area. He only had a few weeks at school one winter, and was unable to read or write. One day his father Cornelius came home to say that he had been converted, and was now a Christian. Cornelius helped bring his son to the Lord, and from that moment, Rodney wanted to share the way of salvation with others.
Now followed a difficult time, because he knew that in order to preach to others, he had to be able to read the Bible, both for himself and aloud to others. He writes, "I began to practise preaching. One Sunday I entered a turnip field and preached most eloquently to the turnips. I had a very large and most attentive congregation. Not one of them made an attempt to move away." When he started preaching to people, and came across a long word in the ...
And then it happened...
Born in the Sierra's of California, young Brandon by what seems like fate, came across something that would forever change his life. His consciousness awakening at the age of eleven, Brandon looked upon the world and realized the atrocities plaguing his people, the people of the world. Sparking a blaze, an inferno, inside of him, yet stuck between the onslaught of a sleeping society and the fiery need to do something about it, Brandon decided he would make a difference no matter how long it would take nor what difficulty it entailed. From that day forward he took a vow that would set his life on the path of knowledge and self-discovery.
This is his story.
"Condition Red" was an expression that we used to indicate the imminence of any type of engagement. Aboard the G it was a colloquialism that served to express the conviction that the next few hours or days or weeks were going to be packed with action. We first heard it soon after we arrived in the Solomons, where the term was used on Guadalcanal and Tulagi to indicate the approach of the enemy, and when our voice radio blared out the words we went to General Quarters and prepared to greet the Tokyo Express or the Zeros and Mitsubishis when they came within view.
Frederick J. Bell
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