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"davis center" Discussed on Here & Now
"Thanks to some pretty big spending programs both from the reserve As we discussed and also from congress we have seen a rise in inflation. Some people have called them inflation surges. Although fed officials have said the surges are temporary in the inflation. Are they beginning to worry that these inflation rises could be not temporary. Your heard from the fed share in from the treasury secretary from janet. Yellen is well is that this is transitory. Which is another word for temporary that this has been caused by the economy being shut down and then reopened. It's just evening out trying to figure out what's what's going on but we are at this point we're noticing them a lot of what we're buying costs more and nobody really knows what transitory means it can. Yes it means temporary but how long is this period going to last. We don't have a very clear sense of that. And so there are layers of uncertainty on top of the fact that we just don't know how long this is going to go on. And what have we heard about the effects of the delta variant at least the economy. Yeah i've been struck by. How many economists are nodding to the delta variant. It's a thing that they're watching. But they're drawing a distinction between how fast it's spreading and what we went through last year. We've seen a few. Economists revised their forecasts for growth down a bit because will be seen but most of them have not. So i take it. They're paying attention to what's going on. The fed is doing that as well. Jay powell said many times in the past. The virulence of the virus is what's driving the economy. Most economists expect continued growth through the rest of this year. Companies are hiring people have saved money. They're spending again and you gotta remember. There's point which we're no longer going to see the kinds of numbers that we've seen we've come out of this massive downturn has been this groundswell celeste. The condensate eventually that has to even out. Npr business correspondent david as always. Thanks so much. Thank you the block. I live on has been grieving. A beloved neighbour priscilla johnson mcmillan. Who almost made it to ninety three spoke in hushed tones but was a powerful voice on local issues like zoning or global nuclear disarmament in the late nineteen fifty. She and her husband. George had a front row seat on the civil rights movement both white. He taught at historically black colleges. She befriended a young john. Lewis threw him his engagement party. Before that as a young reporter in moscow. She hung out with truman capote. He wrote about their friendship in his book. Muses are heard born into wealth. Priscilla mcmillan lived modestly in cambridge massachusetts. A scholar at harvard's davis center for russian study. She offered free rooms to budding scholars. Or the guy from the hardware store or her by then ex-husband's second wife..
"davis center" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"They are going to have more reliable shooting with dj augustyn with brin forbes. Not two guys. You probably want to play together. Defensively like their bench defense. All of a sudden is terrible. With a bobby. Portis is basically the only big and teach wilson he he in. Dj wilson. Your backup big. Neither of those guys can really protect the rim. And then and bobby portis can't move. Then you know their backup. Small forward is pat continent. He's a okay defensively and then you got forbes in august in and those guys really swollen so they really to me even even gentle as a starter at the two questions about him being good enough in the playoffs so you kind of really have four playoff tested players on the right now and they can do one more vet minimum. Because jordan wore their forty fifth overall pick will surely be in there and they need him to save some money if they wanted to sign. Sam merrill who they traded for that new orleans trade as the sixtieth overall pick. They could save a little bit more. Scratch their as well. He's usually the sixtieth pick is destined for a two way. Though i think he's getting a full contract. Yeah i mean it's the they may have to do that Well no. I don't think they will. Because if they yeah because if they sign him then they couldn't fit in another veterans they can actually fit in one more veterans flick. Full veteran's minimum right now than be about a hundred and seventy thousand dollars below the hard cap which is not where you want to be starting the season but they could still move. Dj wilson that. That might be an option again. They don't have exactly a ton assets here but it seems like this is what they're going into the season they're gonna be very very thin on the bench de memphis grizzlies. Basically finished off their off-season. It appears they re signed jon porter. Member of that structure hollinger nailed this. From the very very beginning they gave porter. It was a team option. Designed at the very end of last year or pretty closely in the last year did a team option and then gave him a longer than the reason they did. That was to give puerto a longer contract than they could have back before during last season. Three years. Six million dollars and we'll see we'll see how that works. And so why say the grizzlies are done is because that puts them technically at sixteen players but they could easily cut mario his own down to fifteen. Maybe they and then they're probably gonna cut somebody else to get down to to fourteen and then signs. Your tillman yeah that someone likely being marguerite i just thought this was interesting with the max extensions that have gone out deer and fox from two thousand seventeen jayson tatum and donovan. Mitchell whoa jr after tweeting that out tweeted that bam outta bio of courses they deserving. Max extension canada as. Well woge never tweet something unless there's a purpose to it and my guess. Is that the purpose to this. Was that his Adebayo's wanted to make sure that that was out there. And that's we've seen this before where yes. It makes a ton of sense. Everyone knows why obama to by hasn't gotten an extension but when you've had the possibility of locking in one hundred and sixty million guaranteed in your team makes you wait for it. That doesn't feel very good. And we'll see if miami can make it up to him. He clearly is not going to get that extension so just the fact that that was put out. There is an indication that there might be a slight bit of unhappiness in auto bios camp so Probably end up being nothing but worth noting we talked about it. A little bit in the first segment. But let's go through the transactions that the that led the lakers to marcus. All they traded chevelle mckee to the cleveland cavaliers and the cavs a trade exception but they do not have the trade exception big enough for javale mcgee so they had to make the trade legal which invent in ended up going for alfonso mckinney and jordan bell and the challenge. There it was both of those players were previously non-guaranteed so they actually had to do a significant guarantees for mckinney and bell and then and then they did the trade for me but that cleared up space under the hard cap where the big differences that allowed them to sign marks. Oh to a two year contract with a player option for that second year but still at the minimum. And i am. I think i have a lot of thoughts on on marcus. Soul to the lakers. I think that his passing the kinda hot high top of the key passing could be a really nice fit in some ways especially in the minutes. That lebron doesn't play the another guy who can distribute and so you run you kind of fly around also a very reliable rim-protector not the most mobile at this point in his career and can shoot chefs shot three most of the time spend shaky at moments in the recent past but his intelligence his defensive defensive ability to protect the rim to do the basic stuff. I think is really valuable. But the part of this. That i've been thinking about a lot of today as it was looking more like ghazal would go there and i. I talked about the idea. I think we talked to us on the pod yesterday of gestalt potentially choosing them over the raptors. Just because the lakers have more to play for being in tampa. The start of season doesn't sound as appealing necessarily and the raptors. They aren't as good as the lakers. Is how mantras herrell feels about this. So mantra harrell leaves the clippers. A reliable spot on on a different championship. Caliber team in the same city gets a reasonable some. You know he's getting non taxpayer. Mid level for a year with the player option for the second but herald now is in a very different frontcourt rotation than we expected. Where not only is the idea that you and i have both posited that the best off with senator will brought the four. It's it's or but. I don't think it's super-duper arguable. But now even though kosovo speaking dramatically less than mantras harrell bringing somebody who has a serious track record who was a starting center on an nba. Champion in twenty nineteen so very recently. And so i wonder because they were part of the concept for harrell. Was that see. This was and maybe they're not going to get a big payday in two thousand twenty one and maybe khazal plays so little in the regular season that heralds still gets that shined and that everything comes ready. But it's a challenge. And i wonder how he's going to how he's gonna feel about this going from being like the the new front court jewel to being a smaller cog in a still big machine. Yeah i i would have liked this move a lot more. If they didn't get harrell and it is going to be harder to play. Anthony davis center. It was much easier to do that. When you had bill mcgee and a minimum salary dwight howard than two guys with the profile of gasoline harrell but one place that this does really work exceedingly. Well is mark assaulted. Guard nicole yokich in the playoffs. Soul is the best post defender in the nba. Now if you'll get shoots the ball the way that he did in last year's playoffs from three that could be an potential angle of attack as well. But if you're i was concerned with heroin. That potential nuggets matchups. Oh getting in there. I think really helps. Obviously his passing really helps you get to hang out in l. a. with his brother and their newborn apparently That's where a pau gasol is living these days as well and so i do think this is a lot of ammo at center but hey i mean this is a one. Plus one for the minimum. You you can't complain about that signing and it's going to be a little tough with mantras herald trying to prove value being a clutch client and marked isn't necessarily like the easiest guy to get along with if he's not gonna play either so i'm We'll see how this all works out. It's good talent to get. They still do have west matthews for danny green. They've got schreuder is wall. i think. Schreuder and herald will do a lot in the second unit and another nice thing about designed to is. You can now just like rest. Lebron or anthony davis much more easily s for games like last year. If they arrested lebron they just weren't gonna win. But i think now a shooter you can start shooter and games. That lebron doesn't play. You could start ghazal and lebron at the four games. That anthony davis doesn't play and then you still have plenty of time for montrose herald..
"davis center" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"More, broadly going back to the Lakers in their defense and all this. One of the things that was a little maddening about the Lakers pre corona virus was it was hard to know like when the chips are down what is this team? Is Anthony Davis Center is it's super size lineups with Kuzina at the to what is their identity on the floor and I think you know their rotation right now suggests that they have figured out sort of big complete all different styles in you know they they have this nice set in stone rotation, they started their starters. The Davis Center with Lebron Resting with Lebron back. Then, they go. Lebron comes back in, they go with this Caruso Rondo Kouzmine James Davis Lineup, which is done very well. Then second quarter Anthony Davis takes his rest they keep up day. Stay small put Markeith Morris. At Center, the Caruso Rondo Coosa Lebron Marquee Marcus plus twenty three in thirty seven minutes in the playoffs are second most used lineup I was dead wrong about market more. Site did not think you would give the Lakers anything close to this than Dwight ad have been coming back in this series of it. Sort of TV from their vogel can finish out this last six minutes of the half. You can feel it out though I WANNA go back Anthony Davis Center as he did finishing last night's game when the Lakers were in the mud and they've developed. He's just figured out the roster in how to flow back and forth between styles. In in in I think at the bedrock of all, that is, who is, how are we going to remain a sound defensive team, the entire game and they they have gone from a team where I just didn't know who was going to be on the floor in went to right now they know exactly how they wanNA play every minute of the game at at mapped out. Not, only that and isn't it interesting by the way? What was Vogel Their Third Choice? Well. What was I knew who who else was involved? It's all the money, Williams Money Williams and then. Something like that but it it just it just shows you but one. Vogel probably did not get enough respect for what he did with the Pacers. You know however many years ago. That was. and to that sometimes You know team teams don't. The as as as the twists and turns of the search process go on you don't know what you're falling into what you're missing, what you're ending up with just anyway, I think the Frank Vogel story as this because he's such an understated coach and we don't think of him in that way. It's this has been an interesting emergence for him as well. Quietly the the rotation. Let me think about how many times we wondered over the course of however many months. Can they really rely on Alex Chris Lagasse Resents Fun Stories Nice Good Player Great Underdog. Fun Story the way he looks the way he plays all that like it's all fun. They call them to go blah blah blah. But like deplace serious minutes in a at any, it's we're in the conference finals now, Rondo we all every time Rondo comes back with my gosh are they really going to keep investing this many minutes? In Rondo, in year whatever it's been five years since we last thought he really was was still I thought Rondo was a plus player for them all year I wrote about a couple of. December you did you. Just Rondo. Is a basketball player. He knows how to play and Yeah I get all the reasons why he's unsexy some of the analytics weren't good but like the guy knows how to play in that matters it matters in the playoffs and by the way if the nuggets wanted sure ups, one thing in this series that may actually be under control Rajon, Rondo pick and rolls one point six points per possession in this series don't the Raja Lebron pick and roll destroyed them Rajon Rondo, Anthony Davis picket role they just they need to find a way to get under those picks. They haven't been able to do that he's just picking them apart. So go ahead no, no, he's he's been he's averaging like what? Eighty eight assists a game or something and he's averaging I the desists per thirty six minutes in the playoffs in Shooting Ten of twenty one on threes he's been outstanding. So this is what's amazing about Vogel's rotation and it just about the Lakers general because one of the reasons that some of us I lean clippers hard by the way Laker fans but I did lean clippers like a lot of people did before the season because the clippers had more identifiable plus players and options throughout the rotation and the Lakers, all these guys I think vocals using them perfectly with none of them are I think going outside of their own boundaries that often no one's being stretched either in minutes or role. But. All of them individual. You look at you go. Yeah I guess you could get away with having that guy for this amount of time in this, but you wouldn't want to do too many and you look up down the roster and there were too many guys who you had question marks about and none of those questions are mattering right now I think they're being used perfectly into they closed last night's game with the lineup that I've been waiting for them to use. More in Nets Caruso Casey PEA Green Lebron ad with apologies to coups. My might be their best lineup only played it something like eleven or sixteen minutes or something I think eleven minutes in the playoffs and it's because they haven't needed to play because Rondos been very good. Crews was been very solid and their centers are in this series or contributing, and that speaks to I think again how they're gonNA contributions from lots and lots of people that above above expectation and it comes down to again. I underestimated maybe a little bit the degree to which having Lebron Anthony Davis buying in on both ends of the floor solves almost everything like solves every problem that you have and You know we'll see if the nuggets can get back. In this series. But I'm sorry you wanted to say something else I think. No I think the only other thing that hit me is that we've we've usually seen Lebron teams as being look. They've been all big three's right. It was it was him and weighed in Boston than it was him and Kyri and Kevin, love and this is the first time where we didn't really like the the himself said this right we're not the only ones though. As as dumb outsiders who who wondered, well, who's their third best player who's going to bring it on a night when one of the other guys off a little bit or the just as they need that other that third score and and you know the Clippers Williams and mantras heroism as a one two punch and what are the Lakers have and Lebron himself even said once. We. Was Him if he asked her set that we need Kyle Kuzma to be that guy. And, some nights is so nice. He's not will. Tell you this. He's brought it and I wrote this in the beginning of the bubble. He's brought it on defense the entire bubble if you watch a lot of their possessions last night. The Lakers defense has been beautiful in the playoffs whatever there's a nugget slipping. A little bit to the rim there's always a little flash. Sometimes, it's crews my in from the corner. Sometimes it's Rondo in from the corner, Caruso had a great stunt up to the wing and then back to his guy in the corner and swiped the ball they are covering for each other on a string of it's been really cool. It's been really cool to see and to me I mean. I've I've selfishly want more of this series because I love to watch Yokich and I love to watch the nuggets more specific than that I. Think the most interesting chess match in the series is Murray Yokich pick and roll or Murray Yokich off ball action. The Lakers switching that a lot down the stretch of game, they stay tried to stop switching it because Yokich picking them apart a little bit. I'm just fast but they clearly entered the series saying we are comfortable switching nece or comfortable putting a much smaller human being onto Koga and we're going to double him and work were confident. To some degree that we can rove around the floor and and rotate and reset in and snuff their possessions that chess matches gone back and forth, and we could talk about a little bit but that that is where Anthony Davis has been monstrously effective in the playoffs. So there's a center on the floor, right? If Vaillant white is on the floor that. Ad Guarding Bill Safire Jeremy Grant Yokich starts going to work in the post against the little guy. He can off those guys in just wreck everything, and that's one of the reasons why they've been able to survive to some degree. The degree that they've not just been totally destroyed by Yokich is that he's on the back line. Then rotating out to the corner. Now, things get a little different win eighties at center, and he's the switching on Joel Marine. It's a little harder frame direct stuff but. When they have their big lineups on the floor it's really hard. It's harder for Denver. To get traction to some degree with those place. Which is amazing too 'cause you think Yokich getting switched small switched on a Yokich is it should be deadly and doubling of should be deadly because he's such an incredible passer..
"davis center" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Look one of the dangerous things for the clippers right now is at. Feel like there was a time not so long ago when. A game seven you sort of say. Okay. The the favorite has a decisive edge here. The way the game is played now on this is not breaking news or even never original thought. You. Now leave yourself open to the toots of madness, right like like all the clippers. The if Jamal Murray goes insane, which is entirely possible because we've seen it repeated times this post-season like the clippers could go home right? There's no Kawai and George can manufacture. A. Bucket and just where this team. Now like the when when you see Yokich hit the shots hit now you're you're vulnerable to kind of madness and I just don't remember that being as much of the case when we watch basketball ten or twelve years ago I, just feel like you came into situations like this in the favourite was the favourite and there would have to be a sequence of events that were so improbable for the underdog to win that it was just really remote. Well also, there's no homecourt advantage, right which would this game would be in staple center it is not in staple center it's in Walt Disneyworld So there's no home court other. The nuggets have also not had home quarter altitude and the the advantages that they usually. Yeah I mean look. Like Murray going insane. You said it before I think their defense on Murray has been outstanding Dole's series whether it's Paul George or co wire beverly. Beverly is just gotTa Stop. Fouling everything in sight. This is just a constant problem with him. He can't stay on the floor enough because he fouls everything he felt and that is more than anything else I think why they locked not more than anything else but as much as anything else why the clippers blew game six is they got in the bonus. So early or they the nuggets got the bonus. So early in the third. Quarter, and they just kept fouling them and the nuggets got to get free points and just grind and grind and grind and set their defense. So they didn't have to worry about transition defense I also thought their transient transition defense yesterday was standing there were multiple possessions when it looked like the clippers, we're GONNA have a two or three onto and the nuggets just like a like hell on wheels got back and covered it up. But I you know they could absolutely lose I think it would be I i. think there's no question. It would be a disastrous outcome in the Lakers have to be watching this after blowing the doors off the rockets by the way what is just absolutely despicable performance from the rockets and I don't want to hear anything about. I still think that that should have been a good series I was totally wrong but. I, remember I, texted I, texted Simmons. Actually, we have a running text that about the rockets, playoff woes and everything. That after game two that they were going to regret that loss in game two, because that game was there for them and the longer that series went I, trusted the Lakers to win and more and more, and it turns out it didn't go along because game to they lose. The Daniel House situation happens and Houston because there. Apparently, the most fragile good team in recent NBA history completely collapses and lays for for eggs everywhere eggs all over the court, and now they're gone, and by the way I think the the rockets did the Lakers a favor and the clippers and the nuggets disservice by forcing the Lakers to not play their centers. Now I think the Lakers play their centers no matter who obviously against you'll get you want you want some beef? But if it ends up being the nuggets so I think they're centers will get chances again but I think the Lakers realized I think it's not as if they didn't know this all along the Anthony Davis Center and is a four and Blake. We've all been saying this for five years but I think they got a look it against a team that they conceived of as a team threatening enough to make that change and I don't think it's so much to the game got easier for the Bron- Davis. It did right like it makes a huge difference to Lebron. Would he's driving to the rim and there's nobody in the dunker spot it there's no defender in the dunker spots sitting there. Help. has to come from the three point line and Lebron that's just candy for the bronze like he sees that coming ten steps away. It's just everything gets easier for the role players. Every decision is easier for the role players. Every drive is easier. Every passes more obvious and I think the hook depending a little bit on the match up on Javelin Dwight can be quicker now that the Lakers have seen that in action in the playoffs and it worked so well night that's bad for whoever wins the series. Clippers duggan's, and that was always the frustrating thing about about Davis's reluctance to do it is I just feel like the game easier for him I mean everything you said about space in decision making for Lebron and the role players is I think w true. For Davis who is a guy who has perimeter attributes for a big guy I mean, he functions as one of the best friend protectors in the League but ultimately you know. If I'm Davis I don't I want to be less bully ball nut more fully bom floor and Again they're scary. I mean that was always to me a variable cam they go and it was it was a little tough going in because now they lost Bradley so they lost one of those competent. Extra guards that you could have on the floor and you know it was going to be an issue of depth and who else did they really have in which there guy in Yada Yada but..
"davis center" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"And he didn't get it. Because the narrative wasn't spending his way. Narrative absolutely matters and if I'm looking at narrative I'm seeing a thirty, four, thirty, five year old the Brown James, who's turned in the season that he's turned in he absolutely deserves credit for an MVP caliber season. As far as rookie of the year. He's been tremendous and Zaylon missed a ton of games. No long-term. If you told me, hey, you can have one of these guys taking zone. He's got the high ceiling. That guy could be unstoppable. But in terms of rookie of the year ongoing jaw, I'm GonNa Drummer for sure. Somebody saying, we need to think about pulling any green a few minutes into games I think the vogels pretty committed to getting something out of Danny Green and it should be. Danny veteran player Danny Green was brought in specifically for this. For this environment for the playoffs. When the pressure's on, that's why they got Danny Green has he been great so far? No. But I think you gotTa keep the faith that at some point it's going to turn around for him. Do, you ask Anthony Davis to play more at center in order to be able to enhance the lineup? Yes. I. Do expect to see more Anthony Davis Center in the playoffs. I think so far during the regular season, we saw a lot of good play from the Lakers with a traditional center with Dwight Howard which avail in there. We did. But so far since the restart. That hasn't been the case having a traditional center has often been a hindrance for them especially on the defensive end, and perhaps that's also symptom of Avery Bradley. They haven't been nearly as quick to recover to three point shooters or recovered guards, and that's caused them to get lit up from behind the ARC by by quick point guards. So the way to counter that would be to play more Anthony Davis at the five. With some quicker players on the perimeter. So when you have to switch things when you have to close out and get to the three point line, you can do that a little bit easier than when you have a big lumbering guy like jailer like Dwight Howard out there. So I do expect to see more at the five especially in insert matchup. So they're playing the rockets who don't even run the center at all. Right like they're only true center Tyson Chandler. They start a six seven and under lineup you're probably not going to play those traditional centers very much. The Clippers go small quite a bit using mantras heroines is they're five. Against that squad I would also expect to see a lot of Anthony Davis at the center some teams like if they didn't play the Grizzlies Grizzlies bronner traditional center with iota, mounts Eunice. That's where you can play your jail. Your Dwight. Howard. A little bit more. Hey, it's matchup dependent but in general overall. Yeah I think we're GONNA. See more eighty at the five. Okay guys. We're going to do one more by the way I am going to be Hawk hopping on in about an hour layover I'm going to be hopping on Lakers talk with without sleep over at ESPN. So we're going to go back and forth a little bit at at eight fifteen. So make sure you guys check that out too. That's going to be a blast. I Love Allen's one of my favorite guys in industry. questionnaires is trevor. Why aren't you on the coaching staff? Look. I Have I've gotten over the years of covering the Lakers I feel like I've gotten fairly good at breaking down the action on the floor and figuring out what's working and what's not okay..
"davis center" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Hits clean up the catcher will matter Florez at first base Jaylen Davis center field hitting six Jana Sanchez shortstop Austin Slater in left field and Darren rough hit two home runs here yesterday at first base about a night shift so much of the pitcher for the giants Justus Sheffield who by the way I I'll double check this here today just a Sheffield who is not the son of Gary Sheffield noisy related to the amr's Starnes slugger so here's Jeff's a margin on the mound and we are ready to play ball Brian knight the home plate umpire with Gerry Davis Mike winners and that Ryan let me on the bases and here's the wind up at the first pitch of the day swung on and follow back to the screen seventy two degrees the official gametime temperature just a margin has been pitching and very well for the giants this is his third outing of the spring will likely go about four innings SO fifty sixty pitches now he throws a curve ball and that Mrs high football one Fraley twenty four years old left handed batter Canada twelve games at the tail end of last year we take high and tight at the lean back from that one and the county is doing one he was acquired in a trade with Tampa Bay before last season they also got popular.
"davis center" Discussed on Ologies
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"davis center" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Hello everybody and welcome the cuts mean business on live radio host just McAdams thank you so much for joining me it's great to be back you're looking for a way to log in on a little bit of a hiatus and crazy busy and speaking of busy I just returned from global pet expo richer interview were not familiar is the biggest trade show impaired industry so I got to see a week's worth of some really cool stuff all the latest and greatest in the pet industry and I was also involved my company put joy in a really cool process it was the pet care innovation prize which is put on by Purina active capital cultivation capital and they started out with a group of couple hundred applicants and narrowed it down to five finalists in when I was down there in global Pat we got to go through a whole peace process and has a lot of fun and my guest today were one of the fire this man's neck contest with us and they were the founders of a company called animal Byram animal biome is really cool it's an innovative company that helps but is in layman's terms and let them explain a little better but improves the got healthy animals through Jack level data diagnostic tools in their pure remedies so the two founders of their with me today haven't really impressive backgrounds and I want to read you the bios the first is Holly gains and Holly isn't microbial ecologist and she's got a undergraduate degree from George Washington University she got a master's from scripts and institution of oceanography just got a PhD from UC Davis so Thanh of educational background she was also a post doctoral fellow at UC Berkeley prior to creating animal farm she studied microbes in dogs and cats if you see Davis school veterinary medicine and the UC Davis. center and her co founder Cory Goodman is a data scientist who studied biology at the university of Montana also got a PhD and postdoc at UC Berkeley and she did that in evolutionary biology.
"davis center" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV
"Program. My guests are darcy carter. She's the district director with the a small business administration's office here in vermont they're based in montpellier ryan mcdevitt with benchmark space systems as a company based in south burlington that is developing propulsion for satellites and <hes> is <hes> getting some some governed support and some it looks like some government contracts as well to actually develop some products for getting satellites out in space and and is going to be launching a commercial commercial satellite upcoming at is that going to be your first ryan. You said yeah that's going to be accompany our our first launched so we're really excited to get that up there. Break a bottle of champagne over this breads bread loaf sized satellite or what do you do <hes>. The funny part is with a with a satellite lunch. <hes> the actual day of the launch can get changed around. You've probably seen you know over the years. Launches get scrubbed and they have to to redo. I do so we're we're anticipating lunch party but we may have to do it a little after the fact could actually goes up i i. It's got to be a pretty exciting moment for a young company like yours. Yeah absolutely when we hire you know one of the things that we really look for people who are passionate about working together to get something into space so <hes> to actually yeah for a lot of the people that we're bringing on board. This is part of the dream of coming to work here so so super excited. That's <hes> that's pretty awesome. <hes> and darcy carter of the small business administration ministration we were talking a little bit about <hes> during the break just about the impact of that is likely to happen in vermont <hes> business community especially the the sort of tech end of the business community the upcoming this september sixteenth conference at u._v._m.'s day davis center which is designed to bring in all the ryan mcdevitt soon vermont it sounds like and have have them get into a room and talk about <hes> how to launch a project like this and how to apply for the government grants who to speak with in fact it looks like at this conference there are going to be representatives resentatives there from the air for the various military branches and also from the <hes> from the national science foundation the let's see what we have is quite a quite a department of homeland security environmental protection agency national institute for standards of standards and technology <hes> so so a whole range of government agencies are interested in finding businesses <hes> within the partner and so <hes> the what do you think the impact will be darcy darcy on this <hes> on vermont business community of just surely ha- merely having this conference here in vermont <hes> we'll definitely the only to raise awareness statewide and also we are trained to attract people from new york massachusetts new hampshire maine cetera <hes> people will travel to come to these events events and absolutely it's about you know opportunity. That's out there. That's going you know unsought after by our local businesses because they just may not know about it and and you're not always associated with research institute you could have developed a technology <hes> apart from that and still be successful in pursuing an s._b._a. Are <hes> <hes>. It's interesting that you know obviously department. Defense is a is a heavy hitter in this program health and human services national science foundation but you also have department of education the department of energy u._s._d._a..
"davis center" Discussed on Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast
"It's it's actually kind of funny mentioned that because I literally copied and pasted that exact cartoon in our internal deck explaining this effort because Microsoft we'd had a couple of different collections of Asher best practice guidance and so we corralled all those things together went through them one by one and figure out okay which ones are the same which ones are valid which ones aren't and and that was actually part of the explanation is we're trying to avoid having the fifteenth standard added to the stack of them and so we reconciled all those actually in the process of we've already updated dare best practices white paper to align to it. All of the security documentation on Azure is aligning to this. It's a work in progress right now so that you are going to get this in a bunch of different channels but ultimately it's all this one what we call Asher security compass. Framework that they're all based on so jeff as you guys take the journey take somebody's hand in walk them through the Gauntlet that is I'm taking my mess from the data center and making a hopefully slightly less mess us in the cloud. I have to use polite language so I can't say what I'm thinking but right but there's inevitably this. This is how we did it. I don't know what it's GonNa look like or can't we just can't we just do the same thing right. The need these patterns of behavioral patterns of building things out in sort of the I guess we'll call it the legacy world or the physical world don't sometimes translate okay but generally don't were you see the biggest stumbling points of contention when you're like we should do. You guys should do it this way. We've always done it this way making that. It's a it's a great question. It's probably the biggest one we get from customers as well. No you think about when you go to the cloud the first thing we always tell our customers I is first and foremost if you want to be successful in the cloud you need to use the native security controls inside of the cloud effectively. Mark talked about third party solutions in third party solutions often have a use case inside of the cloud. I have a monolithic application set generally from a security perspective. I'm probably going to have to use a third party I._D._S.. Third Party A._P._S.. And maybe some granular firewall controls to secure that <music> but if I have the next generation micro services based application whether that's containerized or non containerized it really doesn't matter native security controls become a paradigm that I can now leverage effectively but all of those things are very different than when a customer doesn't premise most of our customers today are still securing their on Christmas workloads in what I call a castle methodology. They're building a huge castle. They're putting a boat around the castle. They're putting sharks works inside the inside the mccaskey's laser beams and they attach laser beams they definitely attached laser and and then they have a drawbridge and everybody who goes into that castle goes through that drawbridge except for the people that have parachutes and parachutes go in through the top of the castle and those are bad actors that we're dealing with and that's the reality of what goes on in today's cyber-security realm on premise when we get to the cloud gives us a great avenue you know if you think about inflection points that we've had for transformation our last major one was in one thousand nine hundred nine when we started decoupling the operating system from hardware. That was our last major inflection point this. This is a great opportunity for all of us to rethink the way we secure in one thousand nine hundred nine security was still the same paradigm we still built the castle. We still built the MOATS and after we virtual is our infrastructure we still have that same security paradigm paradigm. When we go to the cloud we can't do that and the reason why because it's very difficult to build that castle methodology mark alluded to it we could back haul everything over express route for measure we could feed it to a Davis Center? We could put it in Iraq. We can stand up those same firewalls those same deal p tool sets all those individual realms and companies try..
"davis center" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"Welcome back to money, sir. Thank you again. Okay. So. There's a quick note out today from Deutsche Bank it's talking about. I mean, look you had unbelievable numbers says one of the best quarter ever exceleron any says they'll VM-ware's any two-horse race with new Tanic's. Now, that's a competitor. But when Iceland the taxes quarter brassieres I question whether it's a tourist race. And I figured maybe you give me a little let's say skinny and what you think of the race. Thank you. Jim. We got a great quarter. Twenty one percent product girl at sixteen percent revenue. Growth was fantastic. We're beginning to see I think some separation between winners and some who are not doing. So. Well, you saw the results of VM where Microsoft Amazon Dell pretty good some of our competitors. Not so good. And I think one of the analysts had it pretty well down pack. They ranked a lot of companies at work on software defined infrastructure ranked VM we're number one Microsoft number two red hat number three and you tax number four. And I talked on your show last year about billion data centers like baking, Kate you need the flower. You need the eggs near the sugar near the icing. It's very hard to build a days. And then we'll just the eggs which are competitive just have. One one of those products. So what we've really focused on his building the the best software defined infrastructure and the results starting to show. Well, I do think I wanted you to explain people say, well, Jim, can you go to is their equivalent of Home Depot where you can go and buy VM where it's really that simple as well. There's a perception sometimes at any of this infrastructure sort of commodities, but the fact of the matter is when you put together compute storage networking management that Davis center and focus on the three CS cost complexity and carbon we have been because forty percent of the homes of the US energies how much we we've literally save in terms of the compute. I'll impact we've had but storage virtualization as a huge. Our y pays off oftentimes the entire. Network virtualization has also been very big back. And then the big part the pulls it together as automation, and it's a lot like driving a self driving car. Self-driving data center has all of that automation and lyrics and AI that just the same way that you drive a cartoon you like the GPS you like the self-driving capabilities of it. We want a data to send to be so automated in so smart and intelligent now. We had eighty gesture.
"davis center" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Off the bench was Jaylen Brown, the fifteen points and five rebounds in twenty four minutes. Let me let me say something about Terry Rozier to if Kyrie Irving decides to leave the Celtics, I know people believe that terriers, you might be playing beat Kyrie's lent. A decamping I'm looking at plan see possibly D right now. In terms of what's his team feature? Terry Rozier cannot be the point guard of the future if Kyrie's gone. He's the perfect. I got off the bench right because he can give you some offense. Not this year not this year. But in most situations when he's he's a good third. Value has just absolutely what's the I call. A reason to it. What is the reason people keep saying, well, he's he's lost his confidence because he's not starting anymore. I looked it up last night. He's averaging around twenty three minutes a game compared to I feel it might be like twenty six last year. And I know it's spiked up towards the end of the season pirate would result. But he's still getting twenty three minutes a game. He doesn't but those last twenty games in the regular season. And the plastic did have Kyrie sitting on the bench in uniform still there's a little built in pressure with that. And again, he's he's a solid player. That's it. I mean to to ship should not be. But again, you talked about cutting back the rotation. That's what happens when you have like nine and ten guys that you're trying to work in and out. There's only so many minutes in a given game. There's two hundred and forty minutes that you have to divvy up among all these players right in Cairo played forty one last night because it's an important game. Coming back from walking you want him out. There Horford was splendid last night. So you want him out there as much as you can. And and that means that other players are gonna have less minute. Or if you're gonna put guys in and they're using minutes up. It can get your rotation all screwed up. I don't know what it is. With Terry Rozier. But obviously going coming out of the season he's gonna try. He's looking to get paid. He turned down the contract extension that was offered to him from the Celtics because he's looking to make a huge splash in possibly free agency with with the Celtics or whatever other team team sign, and then it's it's not looking very bright for him. The rich Brinks truck isn't backing up for Terry Rozier, by the way, he's been playing this season and more. So I hope that he's not in green next year because this guy if Kyrie's back, which is soon he will be back. I know we have this conversation over and over again who's the next option that if Kyrie isn't back be Terry Rozier del can't be terriers yet. Do you look Kemba Walker? I don't think you'd come here. All right. So where do you go there? But things if you lose Kyrie if we're talking about a situation. An F. But yeah, say he's gone like you don't have him. You're not gonna have Anthony Davis. Although you can make the trade forum diatribes with Mike. Conley Mike Connolly if you speak salary, right? Losing a big salary career having you'd be able to absorb it. So I think Kemba Walker. I would take over my kid. But I I don't think that's realistic. If you lose kyri, you can't trade for Anthony Davis because he's probably will refuse to come here. Whatever the case may be obviously you have no choice but to build the team around Tatum Brown. Smart Hayward Horford for another year, you honestly, just need to find a guy we set at that point. Yeah. What you just need to find a point guard who can literally just bring the ball up and just get it to these in the hands of it's such an Tatum -sition league. It's such it's such a stack physician to right. Yeah. You just go down the whole list players. And I know it's position was basketball. But nonetheless. No, there's always going to be a point guard. I mean, you still have to have the leader on the floor and Kyrie is phenomenal. Obviously Steph curry Chris Paul pick all your top league. While Westberg come on, those guys Westbrook. Yeah. Let's not putting Rondo up through those guys. Now not now. No, maybe five slowing, general wise. I still think. Two thirds of the games this year. And that's generally what he does. Now. He's not the most durable can only when he plays the Celtics the national TV ridiculous national team. But so let's talk about the game itself in terms of of takeaways from it are you disappointed. And is it a big deal that they did not win that game last night? No. I don't think it is. I I think they they availed themselves. Pretty well last night. They didn't have Gordon Hayward and again up, you know. Thanks basket about Gordon Hayward. But he was playing pretty well before the break, right? Yeah. He went. Kyrie's not gonna normally go nine for twenty seven from. No, he want right now is Al Horford gonna put forth that type of game in consistently. Three times and three other times you won't notice him when he wants to he can do. Well, that's the thing. Please don't stop telling you because he's more LeBron for that, and LeBron's, but lebrons floors a lot high an awkward for that. I think he's capable is fully capable of not the rebounding last night because I think he could be an eight to ten rebounds. That's he's capable of scoring twenty points in any any any? Everything authentically everything you've compared to the poor man's Tim Duncan, which is not an insult at all to a top ten player of all time. So I think when they say that Al we need you to score. He could score he can score from anywhere on the full again. It could face up. He could scores back to the basket. He can put the ball highly skilled of a big is you can find he's fine. And in a perfect situation. He's your fourth option. Right. You Kyrie's one Tatum's two maybe three. And then you go to Al more southern that the perfect situation is he's a he's your your power forward. And you put them next to Anthony Davis center, of course, then Al Horford, suddenly he's like holy crap. This guy's on guard or they've had success when they had both he and Bain starting. He's more. He's always said that he was gonna it's gonna get bad really soon because you guys have he's playing great. But he's also what thirty three years old, obviously. And he said some injury concerns this year with his name and people want to say, yes, he's a powerful. He's not a center as he gets older. You know, how will he be able to keep up with these younger power forwards in the league? Yes, he has a great offensive game. But in terms of defensively, it might get to appointment. You saw the cagey after while cagey couldn't play power forward anymore. They had to play at center that might be Horford. If he sticks around for next couple of years Holford might not have a choice but to play center because I'm not advancing age getting oldest feeling he's played really well against them being. I mean, he's. You know, that's one of the big reasons you're able to beat them last year two games. In a big reason, you beat them a couple of weeks ago in Philadelphia. Yeah. Without Kyrie Irving. He's a terrific defensive player. He's just tremendous defensive player man's Tim Duncan that's about as big a compliment as I can pay anybody. Yeah. It's and I thought he was tremendous in every aspect of the game last night. But as far as the result. I I'm glad that they hung in the game. And they don't mean they came damn close to winning it last night on the last shot. I think is important for them and tally. No, this is not going to blow us out we go into walking hostile environment. It is certainly not just disappointing. But kind of evidence of what's been going on the season where it's like, they just don't win these games, little Australia. Exactly it's been a little off. It's almost like the patriots for a lot of this season. They just seemed a little off right? Mean that might happen to the Celtics except the patriots have the pedigree of Brady and Belle check in. At least a winning pedigree in the postseason compared to these other teams true. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, Milwaukee was done last year. Philadelphia. Be who Miami in the first round. And then the Celtics beat them five games. Toronto again is now at least off the toilet. Because LeBron James is no longer in the eastern. Yeah. But we'll see what happens in the post. Exactly. Lebron thing or are they just melt in the post you got Kawhi they're not he's had a game goes one or two call go your way. Instead of you win that game. That deadlock that was clearly fouled out. I mean, he hacked Tatum day. Just I don't blame. The rest is a hard call to make in real time. But he got all arm on there. So you almost won that game. If a few things broke your way you win, but he was pretty spectacular. Let's listen to Janas block of Jason Tatum in the second half..
"davis center" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Coming back from player walkie want him out. There Horford was blended last night. So you want him out there as much as you can. And that means that other players are gonna have less minutes or if you're gonna put guys in and they're using minutes up. It can get your rotation all screwed up. I don't know what it is. With Terry Rozier. But obviously going coming out of the season he's gonna try. He's looking to get paid. You turned down the contract extension that was offered to him from the Celtics because he's looking to make a huge splash in possibly free agency with with the Celtics or whatever the dump team sign, and then it's it's not looking very bright for him. The rich Brinks truck isn't backing up for Terry Rozier, by the way, he's been playing the season and more. So I hope that he's not in green next year because this guy if Taibbi is back. Which is soon he will be back. I know we have this conversation over and over again who's the next option that if Tyree isn't back. It can't be Terry. Rozier can't be terriers yet. Do you look at Kemba Walker? I don't think he'd come here. All right. So where do you go in there? But thing is if you lose Kyrie if what we're talking about a situation. An F. But yes, he's gone. Now. You don't have him not gonna have Anthony Davis, although you can make the trade formed Mike Conley Mike Connolly if you speak salary, right? If you'll be losing a big salary career you'd be able to absorb it. So I think Kemba Walker. I would take over my kid. But I don't think that's realistic. If you lose kyri, you can't trade for Anthony Davis because he probably will refuse to come here. Whatever the case may be obviously you have no choice but to build the team around Tatum Brown. Smart Hayward Horford of the year, you honestly, just need to find a guy reset at that point. Yeah. But you just need to find a point guard who can literally just bring the ball up and just get it to these in the hands of it's such an -sition, even it's such it's such a stack physician to right? You just go down the whole list. And I know it's supposed position lowest basketball, but nonetheless, you know, there's always going to be a point guard. I mean, you still have to have the leader on the floor kyri is phenomenal. Obviously Steph curry Chris Paul pick all your top league. West come on those guys Westbrook. Yeah. Let's not putting Rondo up through those guys. Now not now. No, maybe five, general wise. I still think. Two thirds of the games this year. And that's generally what he does. Now. He's not the most durable can only when he plays the Celtics national TV Dickie national team. But so let's talk about the game itself in terms of of takeaways from it are you disappointed. And is it a big deal that they did not win that game last night? No. I don't think it is. I think they they avail themselves. Pretty well. Last night. They didn't have Gordon Hayward. And again, I'm not gonna you know could be basket about Gordon Hayward. But he was playing pretty well before the break, right? Carries not gonna normally go nine for twenty seven from. No, he want right now as Al Horford gonna put forth that type of game three times and three other times you won't notice him when he wants to. He can do. That's the thing. Please don't tell me telling you because he's more LeBron for that. And LeBron's LeBron's floors a lot high. I think it's fair to knock Horford for that. But I think he's capable is fully capable of not the rebounding last night because I think he could be an eight to ten rebounds. He's capable scoring twenty points in any. Everything authentically everything you've compared to use it. Poor man's Tim Duncan is not insult at all to Duncan's a top ten player of all time. So I think when they say that Al we need you to score. He could score. He he can score from anywhere on the foot again it can face up. He could scores back to the basket. He can put the ball mean. He is his highly skilled of a big is you can find he's fine. And in a perfect situation. He's your fourth option. Right. You Kyrie's one Tatum's two maybe three. And then you go to Allen. Yeah. More southern than that the perfect situation is he's a he's your your your power forward. And you put them next to Anthony Davis center for then Al Horford, suddenly he's like holy crap. This guy's on guard or they've had success when they had both he and Bain starting. He's more. He's always said that. But it's gonna it's gonna get bad really soon because you guys have he's playing great. But he's also what thirty three years old, obviously he's had some injury concerns that she with his Nate. Yeah. And people want to say, yes, he's a powerful. He's not a center as he gets. Older, you know, how will he be able to keep up with these younger power forwards in the league? Yes, he has a great offensive game. But in terms of defensively, it might get to appointment. You saw the cagey after awhile cagey couldn't play power forward anymore. They had to play Matt center that might be Horford. If you stick around for the next couple of years Holford might not have a choice but to play center because I'm not advancing age getting older ceiling and he's played really well against them beat. I mean, he's man. Know, that's one of the big reasons you're able to beat them last year five games in a big reason, you beat them a couple of weeks ago in Philadelphia without Kyrie Irving. He's a terrific defensive player. He's just I said defensive player man's Tim Duncan that's about as big a compliment as a campaign anybody. Yeah. It's and I thought he was tremendous in every aspect of the game last night. But as far as the result. I I'm glad that they hung in the game. And they don't mean they came damn close to winning it last night on the last shot. I think is important for them Italian. This team's gonna blow us out we go walking hostile environment. It is certainly not just disappointing. But kind of evidence of what's been going on the season where it's like, they don't win these games. Just a little straight. Isn't it? Perfect. Exactly it's been a little off. It's almost like the patriots for a lot of the season. They just seemed a little off right? I mean that might happen to the Celtics except the patriots have the pedigree of Brady and Belle check in. At least a winning pedigree in the postseason compared to these other teams true. Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, Milwaukee one and done last year. Philadelphia beat who Miami in the first round. And then the Celtics beat them five games. Toronto again is now at least off the toilet. Because LeBron James is no longer in the eastern. Yeah. But we'll see what happens in the post. Lebron thing or are they just melt in the postseason Kawai? They're not. And he said the game goes one or two calls. Go your way. Instead of you win that game deadlocked at Janas said was clearly fouled out. I mean, he hacked Tatum. They just blend. The rest is a hard call to make in real time. But he got all arm on there. So you almost won that game. If a few things broke your way you win, but it was pretty spectacular. Listen to Janas block of Jason Tatum in the and a half..
"davis center" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"In the ring and their nest in there, whatever I don't think my babysitter's edited boyfriends ever, I don't know g g. Hi, this is a horror story who you babysitting. What happened? This is back in the nineties. Actually, I. Way back. I would watch the kids while the mama show at work in a bad night job, south kind of inbetween parent for them. I guess a dad was taking a nap while the two kids were there before he went to work, and the boy climbs into the little girls and all her curls. Wow. He did not tell them on. And he left it for me to tell her when she came home, and she was just sitting there crying. And I had no idea what to do. But it wasn't on. You is on him. On me. But. The repercussion of telling man I used to babysit for this one woman who had a boyfriend, and so she had a daughter, and so I would watch the daughter and then every night she would come home from her date with her boyfriend and make the boyfriend drive me home and the boyfriend was a little too flirty drink with us one night. And I was like new like y'all the Davis center. Yeah. And unlike can't babysit anymore. That's weird. GT? Thank you have a good day. Bye. Jessica. Hi. What's your babysitting horror story would happen? So I had a three year old and a seven year old. I was sitting for and the three year olds are still being breastfed by the mom. Thing..
"davis center" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER
"It's easy to understand why the industrials are melting down. Here are the home builder's of the retailers, but tech was supposed to be different not too long ago. The tech sector was judged on everything. Look good in the stocks word higher so reliably that felt like a more. If you didn't buy the dips now tech is breathtaking bear market. And while many of these stocks still feel unstoppable, they're unstoppable in the wrong direction. So here's the question. What change where the heck did this bear market tech? One thing's for certain you never would be able to tell from the news flow pretty much all things tech in the list of timber was nothing in the news to justify it at that point. Everybody was worried about fed chief Jerome pals gung ho attitude toward rate hikes and vice president Mike Pence's newly bellicose attitude toward China, but neither of these things close to tell itself in techno, no, I'll tell you the real culprits. The one two punch that knocked down to the campus. First jab right around the same time, a new content. Started emerging out of nowhere. Frankly that the data center at Pete and the data is connected to everything especially on the channel. The rise of the cloud in the internet of things was the beating heart of the tech bull market this Davis center. So they did that data centers spent force has been deadly to the whole sector. It's dogged at the whole waits near refused to go way. We're going to spoil the evidence to the contrary, and there's a lot of it coming out of Salesforce dot com, and you'll dream force at the end of September. We're business red hut. I rebelled against this whole street and thought there were still too many companies embracing the cloud the cloud kings for me to believe that there could be really this data center. But you know, it didn't matter. The fact is that somehow the data center business became at least in people's minds. Overbuilt it wasn't easy to spot as recently as the middle of October. We had cybersquatting on data center. Take came on. I talked about robust growth, then you think pissing beak, celebrating didn't matter. You could not kill this narrative. You still can then we got to the fourth think of COPA with Amazon now through reported punk closer to him nation. I believe neither quarter showed any indication slowdown days. But there was nothing super in carriage ING either. And that brings me to the second bunch while the data centers smackdown. Thesis knocked the bull market in tech off-balance who actually Amazon now that was an uppercut that knocked the whole Hulu, and it has never been able to regain its footing. It took us some time to realize what a change and what had happened. I think it had more to do with the stocks in the companies the by the dip strategy stop working for years. Buying tech. Stocks into weakness was a smart move. But it's become a big money loser. They've got like this going to quarters..
"davis center" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast
"Phenomenal score rather than lebron age thirty five i moved him to the thirteen and i the thing i'm gonna see with you because so you've had so you have more spots here because you davis center where were you going with those extra ones so lebron versus durant and those guys is one question but then after that were my second team was durant at thirty one lebron thirty five and then second team was tough i did through ben simmons in there although i think of moore's afford and especially a fullsize playing a pretty clearly be a forward he'll be twenty three at that point simmons will be and then still stuck with paul george i think he'll age loubet better than jimmy butler who be thirty by that point just due to his shooting at the he's a little bit better defensively got some more length of some of the other candidates that i had driven green you know i think he's already out of all nba consideration for me this year i shouldn't say out of consideration but he's he's dropped off quite a bit two more years for the undersize ford could be enough that you know especially during the regular season tufty not go gordon hayward another guy who could be in consideration here depending on how he comes back from the ankle and then among the young guys jason tatum and these are all guys who aren't anywhere close they would just have to develop at a crazy rate jason tatum who'd solely be twenty two at that point jalen brown at twenty three brennan ingram at twenty two and then larry marketing jabari parker who will be twenty two and twenty four those guys is there anyone else i missed it in among the young forward so you would we should even mention here it's a pretty big stride to get to get in there i thought for a little bit of time about aaron gordon i just don't don't there for him the the two games that we hoped would be a part of aaron gordon's profile it's possible but i don't think it's likely enough to be there so yeah i think that's about the whole list.
"davis center" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
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