10 Burst results for "One Hundred Fifty Six Years"

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"Folks. The writers are trying to do right now. Is really into effect remedial education for this country. And like you said before. It's not their fault that they don't know this. I mean i didn't read baldwin to after college. There's a lot of things that aren't taught to us. That should be but right now. Of course we have people trying to criminal the teaching of these kinds of things and we ended up having the same conversations about conversations in lieu of action when it's becoming most urgent. I'm i'm just curious what you think of that in light of having experience in the classroom that a lot of us. Don't yeah it's a. It's an interesting time. Because i think that we're in this moment. Where on the one hand You have june tenth that is made a federal holiday the first new federal holiday in forty years and it is a holiday celebrating the end of slavery and we know that the end of slavery did not come on a single day it was a violent and uneven process as they story kayla mcdaniel says but it is a holiday that now symbolizes the end of this institution. And it's a holiday that we should have had one hundred fifty six years ago when the civil war ended and it's pretty abhorrent that we have not had a holiday to celebrate the end of one of the worst things we've ever done until this moment and at the same time you have state legislatures across the country though at are engaged in a state sanctioned effort to prevent teachers from teaching the very context from which this holiday emerges and so i think as black americans. It's this sort of marathon of cognitive dissonance that is so emblematic of our experience in this country. Where there's a sort of both and inness right. Like right june taint. It is a good thing that june eighteenth is a holiday because it is the result of the work of generations of black activist specifically black. Texans who have been advocating for this for a long time and to not take that seriously i think would be to do a disservice to the work and advocacy that. They've been engaged in for years for decades at the same time very clearly. June teeth being a national.

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Of food be sustainable in a rapidly. Growing world cargoes. Ceo says they're investing in it by ben shapiro. the scale and reach of cargill. The nation's largest private company is staggering the minnesota based company which operates in seventy countries and has one hundred fifty five thousand employees is involved in a range of businesses across the food chain from selling fee to farmers commodities in meat processing cargill had revenues of one hundred thirty four point four billion dollars in its most recent fiscal year which is equal to about point. Zero six percent of the nation's gdp on august ninth cargill entered the us poultry market by joining continental grain and acquiring sanderson farms for four point. Three billion dollars. One of the largest deals in cargill's one hundred fifty six year history as a leader in global. Agriculture cargill is taking steps to make it supply chain more sustainable and equitable and has embarked on splashy ventures to reduce its carbon footprint. It's teamed up with a company started by a british sailing champ to develop enormous wing sales nearly fifteen storeys high to mount on the deck of cargo ships cargill's geneva-based ocean transportation unit operates a fleet of more than six hundred ships the new wind propulsion technology. Which is aiming to launch next year could reduce co two emissions by as much as thirty percent on the ships that deploy it according to cargo. It's also teamed up with a uk startup to distribute a mask like device for cows that captures methane produced when the bovine belches converting it into less damaging co two cargo which is a huge producer of a wide range of animal feeds is also working on new feed formulations that would produce less gas in cows big food companies are increasingly focused on how to satisfy the world's growing demand for protein cargill. Ceo david maclennan sites a statistic that global protein demand will increase by about seventy percent by twenty fifty as the world population approaches. Nine billion people in anticipation of that need cargill is investing in the development of cell and plant based protein. for instance. it supplies fo- meet maker beyond meet with the pea protein. Used to make its products. It's also investing heavily in the complex and controversial field of aquaculture providing fishmeal to the growing number of fish farms around the world mclennan recently joined time for a video conversation on the challenges of a tight labor market whether cargo will ever go public and the future of food time cargill touches so many aspects of the supply chain where are you experiencing shortages or inflation mclennan like many companies were seeing some labor shortages particularly in north america in our animal protein supply chain. We do have a lot of touch points in the supply chains. We start with the.

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Four to five I i'm going to remind you guys of this throughout the show and you may never even notice it. Maybe you wouldn't. If i didn't say anything but i feel obligated to tell you so we're getting a roof put on i. I had to be in the home studio because Today was the all hands on deck Day for school. Tomorrow's the first day of school. I couldn't get from the house to the office and i'm so i reserved a backup facility. I was smart. I thought i had. I knew the roofers are going to be here. They're gonna be banging hammers. I wanted to come through microphone. So i'll go to the backup studio since i can't make it up to the main studio so i go to the backup studio and the internet is out and you've got to have internet to transmit through the series of tubes by voice to the mothership flagship station. Wsb broadcast out across the nation via satellite. And it was impossible. So i had to regroup get back home. Everything settled so if you hear some banyan through the microphone. It's not me pounding on the death. It's the river stuart. Remarkably efficient job. Put a new roof on the house trying to get as much done before some rain comes in this afternoon. I'm i stand amazed at what these guys can do out there. Particularly in the heat has been such a mile last couple of days. And it's hot out there today. Hot and muggy and they're just remarkable now We got stuff. We've got to move onto an if you're a parent in particular. I want you to pay attention to a couple of stories year The first stories actually out of atlanta georgia This is the year. correct me if i'm wrong. This is the year twenty twenty one Let's see hang on. Let me let me do the math. Year twenty twenty one eighteen sixty five so we are a hundred fifty six plus years. Braxton bentley of of past the civil war one hundred fifty six years since the slaves have been freed. now we're not that long from brown versus board of education but that was back during the nineteen sixties brown versus board of education that desegregated schools and in atlanta georgia. A principal decided to re segregate the elementary school parrot. Keila posey still couldn't believe that a principal thought separating students by race was a good idea. She told the wsb tv in. Atlanta georgia Tom jones she was stunned when she learned about classes segregated by race at mary. Lynn elementary school a practice put in place and condoned by the principal. is posey said i. It was just disbelief. That i was having the conversation in twenty twenty with a person that looks just like me a black woman. It's segregating classroom. She can't secretary classrooms. You can't do it. Posey said she found out. The school is putting black kids into two separate classes with two separate teachers. The white kids were placed in six classes with six different teachers. The parents said she found this out when she Let the principal know. She wanted her child placed in the classroom of a teacher. She thought would be a good fit. And the principal said it wouldn't work. She said that's not one of the black classes and i immediately. So what do you mean. I was confused..

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

Man Tools Podcast

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast

"So that footage. That's indiana jones survived that nuclear blasts on lead lined refrigerator. Yeah that's how that works. He was fine. Fine didn't radiation boys cancer president. Chernobyl would happen when they walked by all right this week. In his story august fifteenth eighteen. Fifteen a peace treaty with. Tripoli looks peaceful. Well i didn't have been pictures of the treaty with tripoli which followed treaties with algiers and tunis brings an end to the barbary wars which was actually the second barbary wars Which kind of our first brushes with what you could call islamic terrorism over there off the coast of africa around the middle east. I mean sort of be the left east. Let's august sixth nineteen seventy-nine twelve year old. Markus huber becomes the youngest person to swim. The english channel august seventh each eight theophilus band kennel of philadelphia received a patent for the revolving door. Awesome could you imagine the that just comes up with that idea. Whatever just keep spinning just. We don't have to open it open. It has little against it. Kind of the draft in legit doesn't let a draft in how let's do. That was a scary canal canal. The the audio file us the. Oh phyllis all right. Let's see august eighth. Thanks seventy four president richard. Nixon resigned from the presidency as the result of the watergate scandal Did did you hear the tapes. Scott there the nixon museum in california like three thousand hours of tape scott released in there can listen to all their in our listeners. Like sure you need to be an academic of some sorts or press or somebody. But there there i was listening to. Podcast is i do sky was. He's sifted through about two thousand hours worth of this stuff. And it's so bizarre. The way that the microphones are always on in. It's weird like his. His own hair have been an emc. God who was the one that wanted everything recorded and then it bit him in the ass. You came incident and the all the people that were started recording like daily logs in their office out loud so that they wouldn't get their some asleep rule. Let's see august ninth. Four eighty be see. The persian army defeats leonardus in his spartans at the battle of mop ally and persia. And of course. This is a colorized photograph. Event polaroid kodak polaroid. We're big beckenham. Let's see august ten. Nine hundred. ninety seven vaguely. Remember this happening. The last british troops left hong kong. After one hundred fifty six years of british rule. The island was returned to china. And i don't think they're too happy about it now. Yeah finally august eleventh. Nineteen o six in france. Eugene allow sta. I'm probably butchering that. Received the first patent for a talking film. You'll notice it's basically just a phonograph with a i imagine the wax you know. It doesn't even record to the film. It's just a wax cylinder that is to be played at the same time it was a. If i'm not mistaken it was not wax. It was a cylinder -scribed like aluminum or copper cylinder. I am purchasing very soon very shortly. So you remember the old eight millimeter films. All the the little videos so they make one that will transfer to digital out cool so you can get your rolls of film. My grandma gave me this huge box of that ship black recently and they're on amazon for like three hundred bucks. Digitize i should up. I'm to do it will these days free moment. Yeah but i think more like several hours. Yeah days depending on how much volume just let it play. And let it capture. I can go to bed and like just let it. And then you'll hear those all all those old movies have them some sound too. Yeah yeah there's a little bit of included up digitally. I don't really want clean it up too much per se just to keep that raw. I wanna do it before. All the cellulose degrades. That would be it today. Huge box that shit in the studio that has been this week in history which brings us the end of our show. Well so we need to say thank you. You find folks for hanging out less both. Yeah both you. We really appreciate you to deal with like thank our sponsors number one. I foam rose. Auto works at borussia deals late lance oswiecim to be mobile construction. Thanks for watching and listening on. However you enjoy podcasts. On the web at mantle's media dot com our social leagues are on the little link tree slashes in rentals media. You can just find this there now and ended up having to get tired of typing of all the leaks link tripping. I typed it out once now ago here there. Everybody knows what a link tree is. Yup just do that Please check us out first. Subscriptions star bucks or patriots locals. And i know assad on the face pages today than you were over at mountain country on one of those seven three. Fm sure was. Who'd you talk to. Steve guy talked to.

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Tonight celebration and fireworks in tehran. For this supporters of lebron's new president abraham racy under us sanctions for human rights abuses and a favourite of iran's supreme leader. His victory considered a given but some fifty two percent of eligible. Voters stayed home more than any time in the history of presidential elections since iran's nine thousand nine hundred seventy nine revolution at a park on the outskirts of tehran tonight. We spoke to a young skating instructor who boycotted the and unknown on the twenty four year. Old said per vote would not have counted but rice supporters hope. The new president will boost the economy crippled by sanctions after donald trump. Pulled out of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal a deal. Joe biden would like to revive possibly with added restrictions. Right like the ayatollah supported the original twenty fifteen deal tonight. President-elect ryan is promising a prosperous and revolutionary government. But if he doesn't sign onto a new nuclear deal that will be a hard promised to keep with martha raddatz in tehran. Thank you today marks. The first juneteenth since it was officially made a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the united states. Ninety four year old opel leave the grandmother of juneteenth as she's known walking two and a half miles representing the two and a half years. It took for word of freedom to reach enslaved people in galveston texas today parades and celebrations across the country and renewed calls for equality for all. Here's abc's marcus. More in galveston tonight a weekend of celebrations and reflection with communities across the us marking june as a national holiday for the first time new york city way to central florida where families took to the streets and a half mile walk for peace and it is here in galveston texas where the juneteenth celebration began. One hundred fifty six years ago today. Union troops freed the last enslaved african americans who were unaware the emancipation proclamation had been declared until two and a half years after it was issued because there were not enough union soldiers to enforce the order. All of these years later.

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Story. I feel like my whole life and all of the line that have come before me our up inside of me story. The new york times broke a story. in april. Two thousand sixteen revealing that suggests would set so two hundred seventy two. Enslave parsons in eighteen. Thirty eight to race sponge to keep georgetown university going a few months later i discovered that i descended from two families in the sale. The queens and the mahoney by september two thousand seventeen. I had entered georgetown college as an undergraduate student at the age of sixty three here. I am paying homage to eleven generations of the women who have come into who are part of me. I am here to tell. Their story handed down over more than three hundred years. Our ancestors have waited patiently through centuries for us to come to the table of acknowledgement. I am melissa short colo- here. I am here meal coming. The trailer for the one woman play here. I am by nelson short kilom- who joins us now. One of the first two students to benefit from legacy admission for direct descendants of the enslave by the jesuits at georgetown university where. She's also a community engagement associate and served on the board of advisors for the georgetown memory project. Welcome to democracy. Now it's such an honor to have you with us. Your thoughts today on this first federal holiday of june nine of juneteenth And if you can talk about that. Other june nineteenth eighteen thirty and what happened. Good morning amy. Thank you for having me here. On june twenty twenty one Here we are Injustices of the past in the present for the future. Yes it did. Take enslaved people two and a half years in texas to learn that they had been freed. But it's taken us a one hundred fifty six years as americans to acknowledge that yvette show. We are the owners of wheel so progress in change. June nineteen eighteen thirty eight hundred eighty three years ago. My family two sides of my family. My my young great great great grandparents marijuana boat on their way to louisiana and started a family that results in me and many of my cousins in louisiana we were part of the the the human trafficking trade in united states of america not the theoretical middle passage which wants berry true and brought people to more people to the to the caribbean and south america than to the united states of america. Yes i am a black woman in twenty twenty one who the institution of slavery was built in the womb s- of my grandmother because every child's at day brought into this world in this life in this place from sixteen seventy seven until eighteen sixty five were slaves app birth. What kind of people do that. Which brings us to the jesuits to the founders of the united states of america to eighteen sixty eight to eighteen sixty five to nineteen twenty one to twenty twenty one so ours is. Americans is an uninterrupted line of inheritance. That many of us refused to believe that we are descendants of black people are not just the descendants of enslavement. Here in america we are all the descendants of enslaved here in america. And that is if you got here in san spitting seventy sixteen nineteen sixteen seventy seven or somebody through your defense yesterday. We are here in this twice. That is two hundred forty five years old. Plus the colonial pair belong sir all nelson if you can talk about how. George town was. Save prevented from going into bankruptcy Why the sale of nearly three hundred enslaved people. Of course i hate to use the word saved in fact. That was a damning of the university. Well do university. The jess works owned property in human beings and then land in all of their dealings and sales and building of economic wealth. Here in america they all instead of choice we can sell people we can rent out. People.

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Story. I feel like my whole life and all of the line that have come before me are up inside of me story. The new york times broke a story. in april. Two thousand sixteen revealing that suggests would set so two hundred seventy two. Enslave parsons in eighteen. Thirty eight to race sponge to keep georgetown university going a few months later i discovered that i descended from two families in the sale. The queens and the mahoney by september two thousand seventeen. I had entered georgetown college as an undergraduate student at the age of sixty three here. I am paying homage to eleven generations of the women who have come into who are part of me. I am here to tell. Their story handed down over more than three hundred years. Our ancestors have waited patiently through centuries for us to come to the table of acknowledgement. I am melissa short colo- here. I am here meal coming. The trailer for the one woman play here. I am by nelson short kilom- who joins us now. One of the first two students to benefit from legacy admission for direct descendants the enslave by the jesuits at georgetown university where. She's also a community engagement associate and served on the board of advisors for the georgetown memory project. Welcome to democracy. Now it's such an honor to have you with us. Your thoughts today on this first federal holiday of june nine of juneteenth And if you can talk about that. Other june nineteenth eighteen thirty and what happened. Good morning amy. Thank you for having me here. On june twenty twenty one Here we are Injustices of the past in the present for the future. Yes it did. Take enslaved people two and a half years in texas to learn that they had been freed. But it's taken us a one hundred fifty six years as americans to acknowledge that yvette show. We are the owners of wheel so progress in change. June nineteen eighteen thirty eight hundred eighty three years ago. My family two sides of my family. My my young great great great grandparents marijuana boat on their way to louisiana and started a family that results in me and many of my cousins in louisiana we were part of the the the human trafficking trade in united states of america not the theoretical middle passage which wants berry true and brought people to more people to the to the caribbean and south america than to the united states of america. Yes i am a black woman. In twenty twenty one who the institution of slavery was built in the wombs of my grandmother. Because every child's at day brought into this world in this life in this place from sixteen seventy seven until eighteen sixty five were slaves app birth. What kind of people do that. Which brings us to the jesuits to the founders of the united states of america to eighteen sixty eight to eighteen sixty five to nineteen twenty one to twenty twenty one so ours is. Americans is an uninterrupted line of inheritance. That many of us refused to believe that we are descendants of black people are not just the descendants of enslavement. Here in america we are all the descendants of enslaved here in america. And that is if you got here in san spitting seventy sixteen nineteen sixteen seventy seven or somebody through your defense yesterday. We are here in this twice. That is two hundred forty five years old. Plus the colonial pair belong sir all nelson if you can talk about how. George town was. Save prevented from going into bankruptcy Why the sale of nearly three hundred enslaved people. Of course i hate to use the word saved in fact. That was a damning of the university. Well do university. The jess winners owned property in human beings and then land in all of their dealings and sales and building of economic wealth here in america. They all data choice. We can sell people we can rent out. People.

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

the NewsWorthy

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on the NewsWorthy

"In the future today is a national holiday. As expected president biden signed a bill making juneteenth a federal holiday. Juneteenth really falls on saturday so most federal employees are off today. The closest work weekday some states are giving employees the day off to as are some major corporations like apple. Nike and twitter remember juneteenth commemorates the day. When the last enslaved black people learn they were free. It was june nineteenth. Eighteen sixty five union soldiers made it all the way down to galveston texas to bring the news now. One hundred fifty six years later juneteenth is the twelfth federal holiday in the us in the future. If you get covid nineteen you might just have to take a pill to make it go away. At least that's what the. Us government is betting on the white house is investing more than three billion dollars to help. Researchers develop such a drug and for manufacturers to make it several companies are already testing. Antiviral pills they hope will work especially in the early stages of the virus. They want something. Patients can take it home not in a hospital setting or under the supervision of doctors kind of like how flu patients are often prescribed tamiflu and this new funding boost should speed up the process. So ideally drug like that available by the of the year. The money is coming from the last covid nineteen relief package. Congress passed and president biden signed back in march officials are also hoping along the way researchers find treatments for other viruses to like ebola west nile and dengue fever. So this could potentially help. The world. Avoid future pandemics to.

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"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"one hundred fifty six years" Discussed on Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

"Points the nasdaq closed up. One hundred and twenty one points. The s&p was down a point. This is npr by from news. Eight seven in houston on koa. Delattre temperatures have been sweltering this week in houston. And there's a potential for tropical system in the golf but space city weather meteorologist eric. Berko says he's tony and shouldn't be overly concerned about the disturbance it now pretty clear that the system's going to move more do nor so we think it's going to affect louisiana and actually in terms of rainfall probably southern mississippi and alabama in addition of new orleans area with with heavy rainfall. Burgo says houston temperatures. Have been unusually high for this time of year. For only the fourth time in the city's history houston has recorded four consecutive days over ninety eight degrees in early june. There's a big celebration in galveston saturday to honor juneteenth along with a parade. They're also unveiling a new five hundred square foot. Mural elizabeth troll has a preview the mural features several different scenes and people important to black history. Like the first african slave in the americas who was shipwrecked near galveston. The most prominent scene shows the issuance of general order number three on june nineteenth eighteen. Sixty five which began deliberation enslaved texans with the arrival of union soldiers. The murals lead artist is reginald adams. Hundred and fifty six years ago. These documents were signed changed. America changed the world because so much has happened since then and so while that history has been here for one hundred fifty six years this mural has put a face on the merrill is located on the wall facing the space for that order was issued in galveston. It will be dedicated on saturday. Juneteenth at twenty second street and the strand juneteenth events begin their at ten. Am and last all day. I'm elizabeth travel in. Houston you can learn more about the new art work in news. At eight seven depth at five forty four gas prices are inching up in texas. Aaa texas has the statewide. Average is now to seventy six a gallon. That's one cent more than last week right now partly cloudy ninety four on the u h campus. I'm gala water news. Eighty eight seven are comes from npr stations. Other contributors include..

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Baby Boom: Why this Century-Old Company is Dominating Kids Clothing

Business Wars Daily

05:24 min | 3 years ago

Baby Boom: Why this Century-Old Company is Dominating Kids Clothing

"<music> ah from wondering i'm david brown and this is daily on this august night happy friday. Everyone looks like we made it baby clothes. They hardly evoke an image of cutthroat competition now do they. After all ducks and teddy bears they're just just not very aggressive but the business side of things it's as competitive as they come one surprising companies dominating your kids closets but we're betting you're not really aware of it at a time when most children's clothing makers are struggling a once humble one hundred fifty six year old company is taking over the business that company is is carter's founded by british immigrant william carter in eighteen sixty five in needham massachusetts than small town outside of boston. It's come a long long way. Since its modest family origins. The carter family sold it in nineteen ninety in the last ten years. Carter's businesses doubled to its current revenues of three point five billion dollars. So what gives is the market for kids closed just good overall. Maybe feeling flush whereby more baby gifts yes sir larger wardrobes for junior. Perhaps no no no no no the birth rate. Is it a thirty year low and as we mentioned in a recent episode about the diaper market parents parents don't buy stuff for kids who don't exist that low birth rate plus the problems roiling virtually all brick and mortar retailers have dealt fatal blows too many kids clothing companies. The washington post reports that more than seventeen hundred children's stores closed in the last year alone chalk those high numbers burs up not just to your local boutique but to the failure of big chains babies r us gymboree ian crazy eight in contrast will carter's has grown not just just for the last ten years but every year for the last thirty why in part because it is everywhere hundreds of its <unk> own branded stores discount outlets and the web about thirty percent of its sales are online. These days recently rolled out a buy online pickup in store feature feature sure to please busy parents but carter success also stems from smart deals at forged with target walmart and amazon beginning about a decade akkad ago according to the post carter's customizes fashion lines for each chain those deals effectively transformed potential chiller competition in to customers shop at target and you know the ones that you're buying comes from carter's cute ones he also serves as an advertisement for carter's store where you might just start next time your baby grows another couple of inches another reason for carter's ubiquity low prices for decently made clothes that infants and toddlers toddlers where only briefly say eight dollars for a body suit that a baby grows out of in a matter of weeks or of course it spits up on and then there's the increasing racing lack of competition right all those rivaled stores close carter's fills a big gap. The company's closest competitor children's place had sales of about two billion dollars as last year not bad considering the malays hit most children's apparel chains but it has faced challenges. It's currently shuttering three hundred locations nations. That's not to say that everything is rosy for carter's. It plans to shudder about one hundred underperforming stores in the coming year but it'll use.

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