24 Burst results for "Peking"

"peking" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 2 d ago

"peking" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Across the state jumped 20% in the past week Several parts of the state are reporting high positivity rates 10.2% in western New York 9.4% in the finger lakes and 9.3% in Mohawk valley New York City's rate which is the state's lowest edged up to 1.69% from 1.65% overnight China would face a colossal outbreak on a scale beyond anything any other country has yet seen if it were to reopen in a similar manner to the U.S. that according to a prediction based on statistical modeling by researchers at Beijing's prestigious Peking university A switch from China's current COVID elimination strategy to an American style approach with few restrictions would lead to as many as over 637,000 infections a day according to the study which was published by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention on November 24th that would be the largest daily figure reported by any country since the start of the pandemic Wall Street anticipates another solid gain when the government issues its monthly payroll report this coming Friday we get more about that from Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice How about another half million or so That's the forecast for November payroll growth following October's gain of 531,000 jobs The prospects for America's labor market look good even as late year search and COVID-19 cases fells hospital awards in many parts of the country Weekly jobless claims are running at a half century low of 199,000 Any gauge Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries.

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Mixing AstraZeneca and Pfizer Generates Strong Response, Study Suggests

Mike Broomhead

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Mixing AstraZeneca and Pfizer Generates Strong Response, Study Suggests

"Study offers promising protection. Meantime, of the two M RNA covid 19 vaccines ABC, Ziva Pilgrim has detailed. The study, published in The journal Nature showed that M Rene vaccines like Pfizer and Moderna produced high levels of neutralizing antibodies and those important B cells which help support the immune system. But instead of Peking after a week or two researchers found nearly four months later, there was still a strong immune response, essentially training the body long term to fight off

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"peking" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:33 min | 5 months ago

"peking" Discussed on WTVN

"But instead of Peking after a week or two researchers found nearly four months later, there was still a strong immune response, essentially training the body long term to fight off infection. That's a B C's Eva Pilgrim. Scientists do stress that if Covid 19 continues to circulate in the community enough to evolve, it could evolve beyond the point where it's resistant to a vaccine. New two year state budget heading to the governor's desk after passing both the Ohio House and Senate Monday. It includes a 3% personal income tax cut reduces the number of tax brackets from 5 to 4 and eliminates income taxes from anyone making less than $25,000 a year budget also earmarks money for the fare, school funding plan Broadband, Aaron and expansion, law enforcement training, body cameras, rape kits. And school safety Governor Mike DeWine Monday signed an executive order allowing student athletes to profit from the use of their name, image and likeness, He says it's about competing with other states have similar legislation on the way athletes will naturally want to go to college in states where they can earn money and remain eligible to play. Without setting. These rules Ohio College athletic programs would be at a severe disadvantage. Ohio lawmakers are on the way to passing Senate Bill 1 87, which dealt with the issue, But House Republicans added an amendment to include a ban on transgender athletes from competing in women's sports news radio 6 10 W T V N Sports lots of offense for the union to Red's last night, the tribe smoke Detroit 13 to 5 pounding out 19 hits. Jose Ramirez had three of them, including a home run. Red scored four of the seven Than six than the eight to blow up in a close game thumping Philadelphia 12 4 Nick Castano's had to go ahead Grand slam in the seventh Clippers were off. They open a series in Toledo tonight, retiring to coach Mike Vishnevsky will make one more visit to Columbus. Coach K and his Blue Devils will visit the Buckeyes on November 30th in the Big 10 SEC challenge and Ribbon cutting ceremonies today at the new Crew Stadium. Ahead of the first game on Saturday from the central Ohio Hannity Sports Desk Mat, According radio 6 10 w. T V N Human was scattered storms this afternoon. The high 92 sunshine 81. Now I'm Scott Jennings ST connected the Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour, 30 minutes past and his news breaks to remind pet owners that progressive covers pets on your auto policy at no extra charge. We're making a really cute pet themed radio commercial. You've got to see this dog. It's a little tough ball. It looks like a piece of cotton candy, but I could just Beat up. Oh, and it waddles when it walks a little doggy dog. Oh,.

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Giant Long Beach AES Battery Storage Facility In Full Operation

Tim Conway Jr.

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Giant Long Beach AES Battery Storage Facility In Full Operation

"World's largest battery storage systems has powered up in Long Beach. The $1.3 billion rebuild of the ES Alamitos facility has more than one million lithium ion battery units. Yes, Alamitos, Mark Miller says. When fully charged, the plant can produce 400 megawatt hours enough to supply power to tens of thousands of homes in milliseconds. You can operate as a Peking station to provide power at the most critical point during the day, which is right after the sun goes down, and everybody is turning their lights on and appliances, he says. The facility started absorbing energy on the first of the year during low demand off peak hours. Corbin Carson KO Phi knees, Many

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"peking" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:25 min | 11 months ago

"peking" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is because it's a man too. It's not a boy. Maybe because we always catch they dialed back a bunch of the sound effects what you're feeling in it. I mean, it's like, Oh, my gosh. She just used it to shoot a gun. Wow. Early earlier, he pushing Yeah, he picked up in oven. Oh, yeah. No kidding is hanging from balloons floating up into the sky. Young gentleman don don lemon. I'll finish the show last night on Netflix called the American Barbecue Challenge for fans of shows like the Great British Bake off and all of that, I think there is that what it's called breaking Show. Whatever two things, Okay, we don't say Bake off here because apparently, Americans can't handle that changes to the Peking Show. How wonderful. Well, if barbecue is more your thing Check out the American barbecue challenge. I talked about this a while ago. It's on Netflix and it Zraly enjoyable especially if you like barbecue food, or, you know someone who does. And it's a competition show they start with they get down to one I would highly recommend our whole like the kids liked watching it. It was good and it's a feel good. There's no drama on this. There's no teams or alliances or anything like that. It's just a bunch of really Enter the casting was great. The eight contestants are so different from one another. So the casting was really, really well done. And they have to do different things. They're cooking on traditional smokers. Old wood smokers Way back hole in the ground. They have to build a cinder block pit toe roast a whole pig. It's all sorts of stuff. So every episode Is different. It's not just like all right, let's do ribs again. And then it's the same episode. I will tell you. I noticed something that I think may have irritated Donna. Or maybe not. Maybe it would have made you happy. There are eight episodes. And it dawned on me a few episodes ago. No one has changed clothes yet. Isn't that funny? Everyone is in the same clothes the whole time, and apparently the producers of the show provided everyone with multiple versions of their Same outfits, which are all different. It's not like your team purple and team red. It's your own style of clothing that you would wear, But they each got multiple options of each so that.

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"peking" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The morning the number one thermometer used in recommended by hospitals, doctors and nurses. Hey, Joe Piscopo, telling you about relief factor really factor. Did you try it yet? You got to try really factor from Peking Chef Talbot. There the father, son owners and their the inventors of relief actor. They really are on the cutting edge of how tow make you feel better about health wise. They really are on top of this. I had a great chat. When I was out there in Seattle. I sat with Pete said that it was not aware How ahead of the curve. They are in in pain and make in wellness. You know they're right there. So Seth comes up with the concept of look, Let's just put out something that Folks can try to see if they can get out of pain. And that's the three week quick start. Let's discount it only 1995. That's about a dollar a day to see if we can get you out of pain. And then after that, less than the cost of a cup of coffee a day to stay at a paint the three week quick start. That's what I did what I did with Debbie did We all gotta pay. I'd work for me. Five days. Now. Give yourself three weeks. It'll take a couple days. 2 to 3 days to get to your house. I'm telling you comes in a nice package. Very easy, You know, and everything you just open it up on dare you go You take you You could take it a couple times a day. I would say if you're in severe pain, you take three times a day. That's what I do. I'm not I'm not giving you advice over the air. I'm not allowed to do that. You know, I'm just telling you what worked for me so I could take it two times a day. I take it three times a day. My pain is gone. The pain is gone in my shoulder. My pain has gone in my knee. It worked in five days. This week. We quick start. Why don't you try it if you're in pain, and you don't know what to do Great Christmas gift, by the way, as well. Three week quick start. This cannot only 1995. From really factor dot com.

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China Treats People Deemed Vulnerable With Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine

All Things Considered

03:45 min | 1 year ago

China Treats People Deemed Vulnerable With Experimental Coronavirus Vaccine

"China, hundreds of thousands of people have already gotten shots of the vaccine is being developed Their NPR China correspondents Emily Fang and John Ruit, take a look at why China's pressing ahead on what's at stake. On a chilly morning earlier this November. Hundreds of people line up and wait for their names to be called summer from the state owned China Railway Group are waiting to get their second shot of an experimental Corona virus vaccine produced by Sina Farm. China's biggest state on vaccine maker. We'll pay you as a China railway construction worker about to be sent abroad for a project in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, qualifying him for a vaccine. Don't worry. There is no problem at all. Lots of our colleagues have a shot very early as early as July. They had no problems whatsoever for cool access to a Corona virus vaccine, albeit one without regulatory approval and which is still undergoing the last phase of human trials. Is a perk that comes with a state job. Your company is giving a guarantee of safety in exchange for sending you abroad after all, if you don't have your health Who cares how much money you earn of the hundreds of thousands now inoculated 56,000 vaccinated people have already gone abroad, but deploying unproven vaccines carries huge risks. For one, China's covert 19 vaccines target the disease. The vaccination prevents bad outcomes from infection, but it may not prevent infection itself. That's Jerome Kim, director general of the International Vaccine Institute in Seoul, South Korea, and that could mean that a person could still transmit the virus after they've been vaccinated. The worry is that vaccinations will give people who've had them a sense of invincibility. And that could actually help spread the virus. There may also be unexpected reactions to the unproven vaccines or late complications. China justifies the experimental vaccines for what it calls emergency use. Shot into the arms of people deemed vulnerable to Cove it such as frontline medical workers and critical service providers at home. China has four experimental vaccines now going through the last phase of human trials sign a farm in sign of AC are two of the major contenders and they make the vaccines being used on an emergency basis. Tinge away a director. China's CDC, speaking in November, said this was a necessary measure Number woman she won't call it. The decision to approve emergency use came after rounds and rounds of strict debate in evaluation after relatives show regulations were fulfilled What Jim did not specify how the emergency vaccines are being distributed. At the vaccination site in Beijing, NPR met a wide range of people who were lining up to get a job. They included dozens of state employees such as white collar bureaucrats and office workers, with no plans to travel abroad. And even a Peking duck cook at a state owned restaurant chain, a Peking duck cook. It's inoculations like these that have some observers concerned. Indonesian researches molecular virology at Hong Kong University. There is no emergency in China because there are basically zero confirmed cases over many months already in China, rolling out vaccines without all the data is a gamble for China. Already a string of quality scandals over the years has people inside the country and out skittish about made in China vaccines. If something goes wrong with these vaccines, it would be a PR disaster. Again Hong Kong University's Jin If they choose to do this, shock her and they ruin the reputation that will just make things worse. And no one there to use a Chinese waxing anymore.

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"peking" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on Skeptiko - Science at the Tipping Point

"You know, I was pretty stubborn about it. I was going to fix it. I was being so stubborn. And of course that was making the Peking worse wage. Like, you know, it was making the Poltergeist step worse because I was getting so stubborn that I was going to fix this and cure this and I wasn't And and that was that and it didn't happen. It just they just kept showing. Oh are we still connected? We stuck it. Sorry. I thought we just had a little we just had a little Bush there but a little glass stop it stop it. Okay, that's nice for those games. But me emotional, you know what I find kind of interesting about that is you're being so real about it. And so honest about it. And it mirrors in a way, you know person or is known for being this materialist. He's encountering all this stuff and well it's a thousand you know, but I mean, he's essentially jamming it back into you know, well, let's just find a different frequency. Then here let's just, you know, like explaining all this away and thought well, I'm going to publish it night roughly, you know kind of thing and it's like, I mean that's been my kind of thing for on this show very I was very very very long to come to this realization. But once I did it's I see the kind of tragic comedy of it. All is that all these guys at a higher level understand the broader real understand that this isn't the really the game to train jam it back in to materialism and yet they let this stuff go on with just like, you know, I can only imagine this is my imagination is dead. Whoever is at that higher level is reading per singers work and going great. Okay, you know, how can we weaponize it? How can we use it? What does that mean? And then they're letting just go on what let them keep talking about it like it's just all you know, materialistic biological robotic Universe kind of world out there, you know wage but it's interesting that you kind of knew and you still didn't want to know because it's it's hard to know who the hell really wants a hold that reality. I mean, it's just kind of. Yeah, cuz it's just a lot easier not to go there.

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"peking" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on Rise and Fall of the Qing Dynasty: Cup of Solid Gold

"Want to begin the story of the Meiji restoration with the era immediately before it was called the edo-era e d o both the edo-era and the Meiji era took the overlap the entirety of the chain Dynasty. The arrow era started about forty years before the fall of Peking and 1644 to Pro Manchu forces that started the Ching Dynasty. The arrow era ended about forty years before the abdication of the last Ching emperor in 1912. The Meiji era replaced the edo-era and it lasted until 1912 as well. I am most keenly aware that my podcast title.

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"peking" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Hand hygiene your your surrounding hygiene your proper use of Peking ET if you're gonna call PPD obviously if you're a healthcare worker but using she's covering for the rest of the population the other part of that equation that really helps is detected by rich by doing proper testing treating every single person who is L. isolating every single person you will yeah and then doing appropriate contact tracing and and quarantining those people who are contact of the person you detect one thing we have we failed to do early in this United States is to when we do that contact tracing and you then you know that there are people living with a with an infectious individual you've got to have those people to not just corn and banks all of your country early on detected asymptomatic people who've had viral loads that would Jack hi and people who were pre symptomatic and asymptomatic with this virus and therefore potentially able to share the virus with other people so that's what we need people to do so can we open the economy turn we have protection we do all this and also the thing did not end there yes we can but we actually should be conscious of what we're doing we have to be conscious of how close we get to people for how long were close to someone else well the wearing of the match she has been absolutely hands down shown without a trace of a doubt to decrease transmission between people very very effective hand hygiene super effective I protect you you protect me I'm joined by Florida International University infectious disease specialist Dr Ilene it Marty here on I heart radio I want to follow up on something you mentioned a moment ago involving people who are infected with Kobe nineteen but are a symptomatic there's been some confusion about whether or not those experiencing no symptoms can infect others can you clear that up for us well what you're talking about some comments made by and reinvent her house who is the nominal researcher scientist Dr that W. H. O. who in response to a very specific question he said it's very rare and what she was referring to is that it's very rare for us to detect any symptomatic person and then watch them transmit all detection with someone else and that is very rare because when we detect someone who have high viral load we quarantine we get them away from other people right so it is very rare in that circumstance to get a secondary level of transmission but there's plenty of epidemiologic evidence that symptomatic people are part of the equation and there's plenty of data when we do when we when we may look for a job well I'm going to stick that thing up somebody's nose all the way to the back and get this trample we we run on a machine that slope lonely with a fluorescent to show was that the virus there H. back hello he gives a clue as to how many viral particles we collected in that squad so that's all that that's an idea of what we call the viral load that you're getting from these people and so students were able to see very significant viral load in town people who do not show them then we know that they have enough virus to share with other people but I don't think that Maria was concerned about of course is not doing a whole bunch of people who are either creation in attics what the tree symptomatic that someone with no symptoms today two days later start to have symptoms and those are a big part of the equation people who do not have symptoms at the moment but they're already shedding clung with Irish and the fact that a significant portion of people originally described as a symptomatic can travel down the road begin to show symptoms plus there's a group of individuals who are mild and so gamble that the individuals themselves don't realize that those symptoms are produced by the stars to virus because the carpet thank you this notion that being outside especially if you're wearing a face covering outside and say you're in warmer weather that that makes it less likely for you to book transmit the virus if you have it or get infected is that true well there's actually several questions in your question there first of all let's talk about just being outside large so being outside is be open that wonderful ventilation and that's one of the things that we know helps reduce the viral load in the atmosphere and that's why then closed base with poor ventilation in the white place to catch the buyers whereas you know the big outdoors that virus Kate plus you could try me do you be light helps to deactivate the virus so that it's not infectious very soon and so that's helpful too so yes being outdoors in general is less risky I remember the virus only one do one thing at once you get from one coast to the next even when you're outdoors if you stand close to other people and if you shout and on and and and and just close interactions in your hands are not clean and you you shake their hand that they may be contaminated not noted then you touch your your mucous membranes remove your mask up it in the in the incorrect way xterra you could welcome getting too close to people is still a risk even when you're outdoors so we still want you to maintain the distances we still want to the property is your case covering even though you're outdoors not if your exercise so let's change because then you have a secondary problem while not getting enough air right now I'm reading right so I'll at least in our community I think there has been very bright and very thoughtful in asking people who are learning to stay fifteen feet apart from other people while they run to make sure because obviously you're breathing obviously at a higher rate so you could potentially be spreading virus just be further apart from other people and and and and that should help we also try and run all in the same direction we don't do a lot of cross in the nation one past each other even though that's much lower risk because now you're talking seconds near somebody as opposed to longer printable coupon you just have to adapt the principal to the circumstance sh you realize where.

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"peking" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Right and so what we want people to know both our faith leaders and the people who would go L. for services and I you know I happen to be a person who my family and I go to church every Sunday and we go on some days are Sunday sometimes and so I understand for people that that's an important part of many of our lives but what we want the public to know is that the CDC guideline for places like us with significant community spread has not changed it says don't do it the recommendation from our hospitals from our health department from me from my office from our virgin see management department has not changed he says it's not safe to do it there's not a safe way to have a large congregate setting in the midst of a Peking substantial spread having said that these decisions will now rest on the shoulders of many and so it's a one in the oval position to be and trust me I know the feeling better than most of what that's like and so it's important just as you've shown gracious to me the the people out there who disagree with the decision of someone show grace to them right because we're not all going to agree the the the point that we have what we have to do to keep you safe and frankly just to sleep at night is to be able to tell you what the facts or what the truth is the truth is the CDC guidelines and the local health guidelines have not changed all right it's down as county judge.

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"peking" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"She's not too worried like many in China she has good savings and her husband salary is stable while she's not working Jansing seeing Spencer time cooking chatting with friends and watching TV series like this one according to sources it's about a singer and a businessman trying to revive the Peking opera for young people adept at online entertainment and social media life under lockdown has been bearable but not so much for the elderly again journalist one I don't know which is your engine dot you're not my parents would ask me why was we were on lockdown when will the order be lifted when will the pandemic at these questions not at them every day they got mad at me and I had to try to console the public anger over the handling of the corona virus has led to some officials losing their jobs and many still question whether the lockdown could have been avoided last December a few people try to warn others about a potential sars like virus which we now know is cove in nineteen but they were pulled in by the police for spreading rumors among them doctor Lee when the young who later died from the corona virus he's the hero I'll turn a hero according to China's top respiratory disease expert Joe Manchin he fought back tears during an interview with Reuters of course some people heeded the early warnings and took precautions investor tentang seen bought his family face masks and goggles you know what businesses want to grow as an investor I plan for worst case scenarios he told me back in January after seventy five days of being cooped up at home he says he suffered insomnia and depression and wasn't feeling inspired long term he fears this might affect his ability to make good investment decisions other will hunt residents worry more about fresh outbreaks again journalist one I heard you're saying then is that what you're used to your ambulance sirens almost every day now when I hear that sound I think is there another case in my neighborhood advice to Americans now going through.

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"peking" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Florida two for severe it's about a singer and a businessman trying to revive the Peking opera for young people adept at online entertainment and social media life under lockdown has been bearable but not so much for the elderly again journalist one I don't know what you're thinking dot you're not my parents would ask me why was we will knock down when will the order be lifted when will the pandemic in these questions not at them every day they got mad at me and I had to try to console the public anger over the handling of the corona virus has led to some officials losing their jobs and many still question whether the lockdown could have been avoided last December a few people try to warn others about a potential sars like virus which we now know is cove in nineteen but they were pulled in by the police for spreading rumors among them doctor Lee when the young who later died from the corona virus he is the hero I'm a hero according to China's top respiratory disease expert Joe Manchin he fought back tears during an interview with Reuters of course some people heeded the early warnings and took precautions investor tentang seen bought his family face masks and goggles you know what businesses want to grow as an investor I plan for worst case scenarios he told me back in January after seventy five days of being cooped up at home he says he suffered insomnia and depression and wasn't feeling inspired long term he fears this might affect his ability to make good investment decisions other will hunt residents worry more about fresh outbreaks again journalist one I don't want her to change into that which I used to your ambulance sirens almost every day now when I hear that sound I think is there another case in my neighborhood advice to Americans now going through a tough time we're all in.

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"peking" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"peking" Discussed on KCRW

"Reporter two for severe it's about a singer and a businessman trying to revive the Peking opera for young people adept at online entertainment and social media life under lockdown has been bearable but not so much for the elderly again journalist one I don't know which is your engine dot you're not my parents would ask me why was we were on lockdown when will the order be lifted when will the pandemic at these questions not at them every day they got mad at me and I had to try to console the public anger over the handling of the corona virus has led to some officials losing their jobs and many still question whether the lockdown could have been avoided last December a few people tried to warn others about a potential sars like virus which we now know is cove in nineteen but they were pulled in by the police for spreading rumors among them doctor Lee when the young who later died from the corona virus he is the hero I'll turn a hero according to China's top respiratory disease expert Joe Manchin he fought back tears during an interview with Reuters of course some people heeded the early warnings and took precautions investor tentang seeing bought his family face masks and goggles you know what businesses want to grow as an investor I plan for worst case scenarios he told me back in January after seventy five days of being cooped up at home he says he suffered insomnia and depression and wasn't feeling inspired long term he fears this might affect his ability to make good investment decisions other will hunt residents worry more about fresh outbreaks again journalist one I joke with her do the same thing or that what they are used to your ambulance sirens almost every day now when I hear that sound I think is there another case in my neighborhood advice to.

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"peking" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"peking" Discussed on KTRH

"A good morning one is the garden line I've got a couple responses on the Peking duck already me scene if anybody else needs permission to send in pictures were real quick to to to to even if you get an automatic by the way if you've got an automatic response it tells you how to send in pictures but in all cases you still have to call in to have the pictures pulled up to to to to and then real quick on Gwyneth's Kenneth Jeanette's where to purchase the book it's not available yet on the retail market right it will be available starting January twenty seventh through the thirtieth dipping on where you live the first people that have access to the book into been done like this on purpose if the coming out party is the sugar land home and garden show tomorrow we will be giving away tickets to the surely in home and garden show the parking is free there it's at the Stafford center at caching Murphy road I will get you in for free you don't have to pay for parking but I'm going to encourage you in many ways to come get a copy of the book or more than one so that you can get some of the special goodies that we have to go along with it in most cases you're getting forty five dollars worth of product to books in a product so those three things about forty five to fifty dollars retail value for just twenty five dollars if you get the two if you just want to buy one it's fifteen dollars and always has been something like that until we start running out and we start selling for cheaper but that will be for three years seven one three oh by the way thank you for all the emails in the mill week help me out with this column I don't wanna like overstate something but thank you all the emails in the middle of the week for anybody that wanted to know whether or not what's going on in our corporation with the layoffs Israeli women still on the air yes obviously I am I I don't know of any issues coming up for garden line we're successful here in Houston my general manager my program director they get me I get them we have a great relationship I don't see these massive layoffs in I heart media affecting the garden line because we're we're books so many clients for the next year and we've got all these events coming up for the next year so obviously I'm good I'm good for at least another year good for at least another year they had the layoffs are not affecting us so my apologies to my friends and colleagues that have been displaced for the last week and seeing all the news about this but garden lines good for to our line is darn good for now Dale and Willis up next thanks for hanging in there what we did our interview appreciate that good morning Randy I inherited some leads from my father they've been in a in a Tupperware bowl in the garage and some of our two and three years old are they worth trying to use absolutely all they only nothing ventured nothing gained you've heard that phrase before right Dale well that's true but I didn't want to plan a man then I'm wait and wait and wait you'll know you'll know within a couple weeks if you do the right planting medium and and if you make sure you get the right light on them and the moisture stays consistent you'll know within two to three weeks this is not having to wait for month after month oh okay okay a radio does the Mexican heather that all rolled back should I cut that back now or if it's brown and you want to do this is a tough question to answer right now a lot of cases roses crepe myrtles lantana as all these kind of things the worst thing that can happen if we cut back the brown on all these plants right now.

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"peking" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"peking" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A master's program that's housed at Beijing's Peking university and about a thirty students are American or Canadian every year at the ideas that the rising stars you bring them to China they learn about the history of the build relationships and they bring them back to the US but precisely because of these relationships there now under scrutiny from the FBI who fear that the students have been unknowingly targeted by Chinese intelligence agencies and in the course is reporting I learned that about at least five of these graduates have been quietly approach by the Afghan last year we publish the story this morning and actually more students from other programs have come forward saying the same thing happened to them you just use the word unknowingly the question is whether they were unknowingly recruited in some way what questions exactly have as the F. B. I've been asking they're asking everything under the sun what did you do in China who did you meet I talked to one engine graduate his name is Brian can he graduated from Princeton went to China he's now at your law school and it was there that he was approached by the F. B. I. five months ago here's him and they were asking questions like the engine fellowship why did you apply who told you to apply and they literally told them the Princeton fellowship office so clearly the engine graduates I talked to thought it was ludicrous that they had been approached they thought it was ludicrous but let's look more broadly at the evidence here there certainly have been cases of various kinds of Chinese information gathering in the United States does the United States have something to worry about here yes she says yes and there have been a handful of cases where that's happened the most notable one was a two thousand eleven there is a man named Glen Duffy Shriver who's convicted of espionage he had studied in China moved to Shanghai after graduation and there was co opted by a Chinese intelligence agents who paid him tens of thousands of dollars to apply for CI a and state department jobs and if you that's where to two thousand nineteen that fear that train is using these quote nontraditional actors to gather intelligence on the U. S. that's increased tenfold so it's become much harder are ready for Chinese students coming to the US to study and work in certain science and tech fields the worry now is that US students who has spent time in China are gonna come under the same scrutiny and many since I spoke to were worried that in the future they wouldn't be able to get security clearances if they were to apply for government jobs while I live courses of people who went off and went to study one of the most important other countries in the world so you mentioned you interviewed five students at this academy a Peking university since you reported the story just hours ago many other people step forward and said Hey I was interviewed too so it's so this seems to be a wider effort even though we don't know quite how wide how does that fit into the overall tension between the US and China it's part of this bigger disentangle met that's happening between the US and China it when it comes to people students to travel back and forth between two countries trade there's a trade dispute going on now investment and academic collaborations so the FBI and other intelligence agencies in the U. us are looking at anyone who studied in China anyone who may have a contact in China in somewhere that is just too broad a category and that you'd be scrutinizing too many innocent people at the same time these are the kind of people who understand China because they spent time there and could be useful in US China relations meaning that if you're the right balance yeah if you're if you're worried about the relationship between the US and China if you even see China as a threat these are valuable people right it's a central conundrum how do you protect US national security without endangering democratic principles and cutting out the people and the ideas that might help my help the US Emily thanks for the exclusive reporting thanks the centers on the fact thousands of kids around the country are spending their summer in freedom school if the mission of the children's defense fund modeled after program established during the civil rights movement the goal is to provide educational enrichment in low income communities and to grow a new generation of activists here's impairs Debbie Elliott the seeds for freedom school are planted here in the hills of rural East Tennessee on a sprawling farm once owned by roots author Alex Haley a creek meanders through the one hundred and fifty acre property there are ports wrapped farm houses an apple orchard a fishing pond a cantilever born library at the chapel in the shape of an art everybody needs beauty children's defense fund founder Marian Wright Edelman is sitting in a rocking chair on the farm house porch granting a rare interview and access to the farm she bought twenty five years ago as a training ground for what she calls servant leaders Haley farm harkens to the Highlander folk school where leaders of the civil rights movement trained in the nineteen fifties Adleman calls this home to a new social justice movement a modern movement that goes beyond the civil rights movement that ends poverty and that seeks to see can we be inclusive country and with all of our diverse people they should not be in the poor children in America I don't work with Martin Luther king junior on the poor people's campaign before founding the children's defense fund in the last forty five years the organization has pushed child focused policy including head start and the children's health insurance program now on Haley farm the focus is on movement building good morning friends.

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"peking" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"peking" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A great time and there is what I get a free video there's while Longoria slot machine that I played that is awesome I won five hundred Bucks on a nice but yeah the worst gamely trip of my life I I always win and I did not win this trip so that but the food in Vegas what a great food city we at we at such amazing dinner for the Italian sushi just awesome so we're going up to the hotel the first night and they have those little video monitors in the elevator and there's like taking doc and I love doc doc is my favorite so Mike my get a reservation there tonight we're gonna get Peking duck so she sends me text he's like just a heads up and as for dollar signs next to it like very expensive right right like its Chinese food like really I like all very expensive Chinese food okay so we get there and guess what it was very they had a soup for a hundred ninety eight dollars a hundred and ninety dollars soup with their golden this I didn't find out because I didn't order it my stupid like seventy nine cents a broker hate if it was like some dried abalone I don't know what the hell's going alone Apolonio four hundred dollars so you end up staying yeah you did I got the we got the Peking duck which wasn't cheap it was a hundred Bucks but comparatively speaking share it with yeah my and I yeah I'll absolutely we call it but it was for the for I mean I love Atlanta's food scene but Vegas is in saying we need a casino here it firstly seriously as long as I don't play craps it's fine but I'd I'd fallen iPhone the earthquake was experience losing money was not fun but it was an experience my had a great time we had a great time at our first time in Vegas or no no no first time doing Vegas right though in route okay yeah so it she went and did some shows with their friend and they did food tool or a fine yes just so I because I literally I've never done anything invasive play poker gambling eat yeah I've never seen a show I'm never going to a club yeah I've I've never I don't know Vegas very well I so my buddy from high schools out there that is wife and his daughter I did what do one afternoon with them about the dinner that was very nice so all in all it was a good Vegas trip I'm broke as a joke along Gloria so I need I need whatever money you owe me and I'm one of those I want to start the show for the rest of the year so my gambling losses when we come back Shea Griffin the casting queen of Atlanta is gonna be in studio talking about the lead a movie and film industry what the heart beat bill might mean did that and Johnny colossal joins with a faster review as well four oh four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred W. S. we talk on Twitter and Instagram at market.

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"peking" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

Heather Dubrow's World

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"peking" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World

"So the cocktail hour was crazy. I mean, the centerpiece was this Bacher inspired. Vase made out of ice with all fresh flowers in it, and there was everything you can imagine. We're not kosher. I mean, there were shellfish there was sushi. There was heaps and heaps of beluga, caviar before it was legal. There was a guy making Peking duck. There was pasta. There was so much food that everyone thought that was the dinner, right? Which was crazy, and then the ballroom opened in the ballroom. You know, I didn't want it to feel like a wedding. I wanted it to feel more like a dinner party. So we had trees funny. I've had such a tree theme in my life, and we had tables going around each of the four trees, I think there were, and then we had a sweetheart table, mostly because we couldn't agree on who to sit with. So we had a table for two in the middle. And we really never even sat down. I feel like and they announced us and we came in and we did our first dance that we had been to dance lessons for my areas, and I could almost see Terry going. Slows so. Slows so we did our first dance then they called everyone up. We did the mother, the father daughter dance and Terry dance with his mother. We did the Hora. We did not get picked up in chairs because I was not interested falling off a chair. I threw my bouquet he did the garter and the garter because, you know, something old something new something borrowed again. So something old was. Something old was the what was something old? I think it was was was something old. I think olden borrowed was the handkerchief. Okay. That my mom. Let me that it was holding under my bouquet, okay? So that was old embargoed and something olds, the N new and blue were all in my garter belts. Okay. So my mom had made for me actually Edgar vase who's this brilliant designer who designed my mother's dress that she was wearing, and he did so many dresses for my mother passed away? But he's a Dutch designer he was sober into made. So many dresses for me for my shows and everything he made this garter for me out of blue leopard, and my mom had gone to a jeweler and she got this pin made for me, and it's like a bar pin with a crest hanging off of it, and it's got little sapphires and diamonds, there's more blue, and it had the date of our wedding, so, and I think it has my initials on it. I have to go look, and it was pinned to the middle of garter so pretty it was so beautiful. That's not the one he threw. Yeah, we had a separate blue. Leopard one for him to, but not that one, but I still have the pin. And I thought maybe someday when the girls get married, I can put it on there. Okay. I'm going to cry or on their garter belt or something like that. If they still do that kind of thing, and we gave toasts and so the night before the rehearsal dinner. I gave my toes I and he gave his second. He was like, I'm not following you anymore. He's like you you're gonna give doses like I'm going, I I'm like fine, so we gave it does. I'll have to rewatch it because I can't even. Oh, I did watch it. He gave it really nice toast about my bride, and I'm going to try to be my best. He was really, really sweet. And then I gave a toast, and basically said, you know, for all of those that know that we met on a blind date, you may not know that I saw Terry before the wedding. And I pull out this piece of paper from overseas most eligible bachelors where it taught very talked about the or a little bit..

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"peking" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"peking" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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9/11 first responders forced to go begging to Congress after cuts

The Ray Lucia Show

00:54 sec | 3 years ago

9/11 first responders forced to go begging to Congress after cuts

"Capitol Hill. A bipartisan meeting about the nine eleven victims compensation fund families meeting with New York lawmakers like Republican congressman Peter Peking, hoping to get a Bill which will fund the program for another seven years this as more and more people get sick from the nine eleven toxins after terrorists attacked the twin towers in New York City seventeen and a half years ago. Former daily show host Jon Stewart among those fighting in Washington DC for the people still affected by nine eleven supporters of a Bill that would fund the nine eleven victim compensation fund are rallying on Capitol Hill. Also, roaming, the halls of congress is former daily show host Jon Stewart, who's been an advocate for nine eleven victims. Since the beginning, he joins Fox News and says why this is such an important issue and needs to be resolved. Our men and women who have suffered great illnesses because of the work down on ground zero for

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"peking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

13:38 min | 3 years ago

"peking" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Batchelor show. Lydia pines new book is seven skeletons the evolution of the world's most famous human skeletons all of this. The contest takes place in the last one hundred years we've transformed Paleoanthropology from the early days of finding the Android calls in caves and arguing about culture now. Well, established to frauds, and certainly to claims nationalist claims of we have the oldest bones. No, we have the oldest bones. Now, we go to picking man, which discovery also is a fascination nineteen in the nineteen twenties. And it takes some time to develop an immediately. It is it is part of the challenge to the idea that old as civilization old hominids are possible in parts of the world that are regarded as degraded or inferior. And in the discovery of taking men, it feels Lydia as if we're recapitulating the doubts about darts town child, but this time it's a much earlier. It's what five hundred six hundred thousand years ago. What did they find the challenges? Everybody back in Europe. Sure. So the the research has been conducted in the Codey n in China just outside of Peking Beijing. Now, researchers are finding evidence of very early hominids. They call. The species sedans repes- picking insists today, we call it homo erectus. And so in the nineteen twenties and early nineteen thirties. There was a massive research effort that was set up to excavate this particular site, and it was an international collaboration between Swedish American and Chinese scientists. And it really is one of the first massive international efforts at collaboration and research that's happening in Paleoanthropology. And they discover the the plenty of bones, plenty of evidence how large site and a coalfield they rent the coalfield from the owners at the time, and they begin to reconstruct a story that challenges European supremacy at the same time they. They do very good work and wreak and some of the photographs are compelling that have been worked from the bones, the forensic bones. But I want to go to the mystery immediately because we get we have to go onto the later. Twentieth century and Lucy, the mystery is this we have teeth we have bones. We have some of the skullcap. It's all boxed up, very neatly and here, come the Japanese. It's nineteen forty one. What happens to the two cases? Where do we last see them Lydia? That's a great question. And I love this story about taking man because it just invoked such a mystery. So right at the eve of of the Japanese army's invasion of king, researchers box up, and and are preparing to send these fossils to the United States for safekeeping during World War Two. They're boxed up they're shipped out. And they're never seen from again, which is which is this amazing story of sort of loss, and and mystery because the fossils have tried to be traced through sort of their last routes. They were put under military escort there with the marines on a USO a US guarded train. And it was heading to the coast. So they could be unloaded to the Benjamin. Harrison, I believe it was waiting for them in the harbor the Japanese are crashing in on them. And the mystery of this is I mean, Lydia it takes over the book at one moment. Just. Now, you have two possible explanations. One the Japanese come across them realize their significance. This is a nationalist significance. There is a there is a form of a tribal war going on between Japan and China at this point, they take them to a ship that is that six somewhere offshore somewhere in the harbor out to see that's one version the other version is they don't know what they are. They throw them overboard or they sell them to magicians for dragon bones. I don't like either version Lydia. I know it's really sort of historically unsatisfying to not know. And to me that's part of what makes this story. So compelling is it is unresolved that these are even to this day. They these fossils have not been recovered and not been found, but it's certainly not for lack of trying theories about what's happened to them of people have tried book writers have tried Lydia's. Put the story together. What is your thinking about those last moments? We've taken a lot of testimony from the Chinese and with the marines. Many of them were subsequently in the war and lost or killed is a tragedy in all instances have the Japanese ever testified their officer class their commanders. Have they provided a step by step of the of the evidence? I haven't come across any records of that. But it would be interesting to to hear sort of dot that side of of the disappearance. And I feel that it's it's this fascinating. This fascinating idea that that it does remain unresolved, and I sort of like the I like the mystery. So part of me wants to think about them tucked away sort of Maltese falcon like somewhere in a box. But. See the Chinese want him back. Boy. Oh boy want him back. Okay. Now, we go to the late twentieth century. This is another war torn region of the world. This is the Suhil THEO Pia and to researchers several researchers are working a site. That has been very promising for many years is. Ethiopia? And what does it look like what is what is the area around them? Look like, Lydia. Sure, it's very it's very much a sort of high desert, very scrubland, very very sort of Barron. I think by a lot of standards, but but ecologically interesting and this area the hot our region as it's called in Paleoanthropology circles had been sort of a recent a recent field site and set up and so by nineteen seventy four there have been a couple of field seasons too had are. But it's looking and it's looking thing which is exciting news for fossil hunters and paleoanthropologist who are looking for early hominids in east Africa. We have the Pelley anthropologist MAURICE Thaib. He's a Frenchman geologists. We have the American Pelley anthropologist and curator at the Cleveland museum of natural history. Donald Johanson, if you don't know these names, these are, these are these are commonplace names, if you do paleo anthropology, this is an extremely famous story. He probably the most famous of all because the public participates later on. We have others who are present. Mary Leakey is attached to this. Oh, she's not present at the site eve eve Coppins paleoanthropologists from France, the collage of FRANZ and the they'd found something several seasons before that was promising a shit show. A piece of a of a hominid that they believed would would lead them to richer. But if I understand the way you tell the story they didn't really expect or they hadn't been working where they find these bones. It's an accident. Did it mother nature reveals the fossil is that what happens is is it washed out just like that. Like Dawson had us believe it was washed out. It really is washed out. And it wasn't there. One out of the sediment and people had stepped over it on people had had been through sort of through the site through the area several times. And sometimes it's just very. Very hard to see. And so yeah. So it is sort of washing out. It is sort of eroding out, and it is sort of being made more more visible over the course of the field season. Why Lucy you ask? Well, there's a party of parties right after the discovery that night. They're at a camp of the scene that Lydia paints is that they're at a camp. And they set up drinking beer all night talking and celebrating and dancing, and they only have one song plays again. And again, it is nineteen seventy-four Lucy in the sky with diamonds. Do we accept this? It's awfully beautiful story. Lydia has this as this story, then challenged this is the story that that the discovers have presented that this is very much sort of how Lucy gets her name in sort of the mythology of the of the fossil that she does get her name from Lucy in the sky with diamonds, they tried to give it other names that has the technical name because when they wrote it up in nature magazine in seventy six it had a very dry ale to twenty eight or something like that. Now. I said there were politics the same day. They discover Lucy their mass executions and odd Asaba because this is the descent into har- of Ethiopia under men guest. You just do the dictator. They so-called communist dictator and Lucy's blue seas bones are preserved in a culture in a country that is calm as a failed state for many years. It's guarded by the museum curator's, they they take it upon themselves to guard Lucy is if she's a national treasure is that well how she is that how she survived. So actually after the nineteen seventy four field season Johnson and others took Lucy out of the country. So she spent several years in Cleveland, actually being casted being studied sort of out of Ethiopia. So she's out of the the political havoc. That's happening in the mid nineteen seventies and Lucy is returned in nineteen Eighty-one to the museum in Addis Ababa. Nineteen Eighty-one was too early to escape the violence. But at least it's not as. Exactly. But the, but the fossil has been was returned five years later and remained there until and part of Lydia's explanation here of Pella anthropoid is that there's a dialogue with the public and in two thousand what is it two thousand seven they begin the tour Lucie is that it and you say you saw in Houston. I did it was an amazing exhibit. It felt very much like you was this sort of reverential kind of darkened room that you went through, and you could see the actual Lucy, and it was fascinating to see people sort of take a step back and to walk carefully and to be very respectful and to to really see that. This was the real thing that simply seeing casts or something laid out in the same situation wouldn't have resonated that there really was a sense of connection between the I think the public and and the bones. She is three and a half feet tall. She's small rag weighs about sixty pounds. And we at this point have not found more of Lucy's clan. Are they searching the same field? So they always been working those those washes. Sure, so there are several specimens of osteopathic is effort forensis, Lucy species. I'm that have been discovered throughout east Africa from Tanzania as well as Ethiopia. In fact, the type specimen for the species actually comes from Tanzania. And so there have been several several specimens that have been recovered and field work is still ongoing actually throughout east Africa. I continuing to look for others like Lucy as well. As other new species, we go to an odd discovery. This goes to the southeast Asia. Lydia mentions that Java man eighteen ninety one was an early discovery. But with the one that is the oddest of all is the one in two thousand and four is that when they name it the hobbit how what did they discover and why does it rock them, Lydia? So I love this story of the habit. So the hobbit is actually a species as you see that was a that was recovered from Florez be island of floors in Indonesia in two thousand three it was published formerly in two thousand four and it was really quite funny because the species it's it's very small. It is very small. It is very petite. It basically does look like a hobbit for lack of for lack of better description and in two thousand three and two thousand four the world is sort of on fire sort of culturally and pop culturally on fire for Lord of the rings. And so right as the world is ready to to be thinking about hobbits and have habits on the brain. Here's this sort of habit. Like fossil species that's coming out of southeast Asia. And it was the spend tastic confluence, I think of popular culture sort of making space for new scientific discoveries because Florenz is is so recent and what they've found. Challenges all under all presumptions before. There is a theory advanced in your reporting that that the hobbit the hobbit creature they find that female hobbit, and others left Africa or left somewhere three million years ago. Did I read that correctly? So that this was a migration into the South Asia, south East Asia, that dwarfs the migration that we know of homosexuals. Sure. So I think that there's a there's one one of of scientific studies that sort of puts forward that the ancestors to the Hollywood species would have migrated to southeast Asia during the place to seen and the reason that that the species does look so small is a result of island working because this is such a relatively recent discovery. It will be interesting to sort of see in ten twenty years sort of what the scientific community is.

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U.S. reaches agreement over separated immigrant families

Morning Edition

00:31 sec | 3 years ago

U.S. reaches agreement over separated immigrant families

"The American Civil Liberties union says it has an agreement with the Trump administration over the fate of immigrant families who are separated at the US border with Mexico atop ACLU official says that if a federal judge signs off on the agreement families who are still in the United States will have an opportunity to apply for asylum. Even if they've been ordered to leave, but under the pack parents who already have been deported without their children will not be allowed to return to the US except in rare and unusual

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A.I. bests experts at predicting deaths from heart disease

Dead Doctors Don't Lie

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

A.I. bests experts at predicting deaths from heart disease

"Again. Because you often advocate that people eat eggs every day and got a story here. From CNN headline an egg day might reduce your risk of heart disease study says and they say you didn't get a day may lower your risk of cardiovascular disease was a study of more than four hundred thousand adults in China. And they say Daley egg eaters had a eighteen percent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease compared to those adults who avoided eggs, according to the research published in the journal heart say, commonly called heart disease. Cardiovascular disease includes heart failure, arrhythmias and heart valve problems. In addition to

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QOTD: Ford's Pretty Much Ditching Cars, So What Should GM's Plan Be?

00:48 sec | 3 years ago

QOTD: Ford's Pretty Much Ditching Cars, So What Should GM's Plan Be?

"The us side happy and here's one from nhk that that nissan has solidified plans to stop selling diesel passenger vehicles in europe and it says that the company will stop putting these engines in their next car models and aims to expand the sale of electric vehicles and a final quick note this one from the nikkei the nikkei asian review that three of japan's biggest real estate companies are seen as posting record profits in the current fiscal year to march of two thousand nineteen due to strong demand for office space and increases in rent it's nine minutes before the top of the hour paul to you all right thanks very much brian and we're joined now by christopher balding peking university hsbc business school associate professor christopher thank you very much for.

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