Monday, July 16, 2012

Whats random about RICE

Well, long time no post. Which seems to be how I have been starting alot of blog post lately. Im pretty sure i have bipolar disorder. Which is great because im in a manic state atm. So the word i chose to day was RICE. I love me some rice. Sushi, rice pudding, rice wine aka saki, and rice to put on my swollen nads when i have blue balls. Enough of my bs, here is the information.

Rice the university and here are some facts

The following statistics describe the fall 2011 degree-seeking student body:

  • 3,708 undergraduate students and 2,374 graduate students.
  • Student-to-faculty ratio is less than 6-to-1
  • Seventy-seven percent of applicants accepted in fall 2011 were in the top 5 percent of their high school classes.
  • The top 25 percent of the 2011 entering class scored above 1500 on the SAT; 75 percent scored above 1350
  • Forty-five percent of students in the 2011 entering class are from outside of Texas; 10 percent are from outside the United States.
  • Forty-four percent of all Rice students hail from Texas; 36 percent are from elsewhere in the United States and 20 percent are from outside the United States.
  • The six-year graduation rate is 92 percent.
Rice University's $34,900 tuition for academic year 2011-2012 is substantially less than tuition charged by comparable private institutions. Rice administers a need-blind admission process, so admission to Rice is not influenced by an applicant's financial background. In 2010-2011, 61 percent of undergraduates received some form of financial aid.  
What wiki says about Rice
Rice is the seed of the monocot plants Oryza sativa (Asian rice) or Oryza glaberrima (African rice). As a cereal grain, it is the most important staple food for a large part of the world's human population, especially in Asia and the West Indies. It is the grain with the second-highest worldwide production, after maize (corn), according to data for 2010

RICE as Medicine

RICE is a mnemonic for a treatment method for soft tissue injuries which is an acronym for RestIceCompression and Elevation. When used appropriately, recovery duration is usually shortened and discomfort minimized.
RICE is considered a first-aid treatment, rather than a cure for soft tissue injuries. The aim is to manage discomfort and internal bleeding.


Rest is a key component of repairing the body. Without rest, continual strain is placed on the affected area, leading to increased inflammation, pain, and possible further injury. Additionally, some soft tissue injuries will take longer to heal without rest. There is also a risk of abnormal repair or chronic inflammation resulting from a failure to rest. In general, the period of rest should be long enough that the patient is able to use the affected limb with the majority of function restored and pain essentially gone.


Ice is excellent at reducing the inflammatory response and the pain from heat generated. Proper usage of ice can reduce the destruction over-response which can result from inflammation. A good method is ice 20 minutes of each hour. Other recommendations are an alternation of ice and no-ice for 15–20 minutes each, for a 24–48 hour period.To prevent localised ischemia orfrostbite to the skin, it is recommended that the ice be placed within a towel before wrapping around the area.
Exceeding the recommended time for ice application may be detrimental, as blood flow will be too reduced to allow nutrient delivery and waste removal.


Compression aims to reduce the edematous swelling that results from the inflammatory process. Although some swelling is inevitable, too much swelling results in significant loss of function, excessive pain and eventual slowing of blood flow through vessel restriction.
An elastic bandage, rather than a firm plastic bandage (such as zinc-oxide tape) is required. Usage of a tight, non-elastic bandage will result in reduction of adequate blood flow, potentially causing ischemia. The fit should be snug so as to not move freely, but still allow expansion for when muscles contract and fill with blood.


Elevation aims to reduce swelling by increasing venous return of blood to the systemic circulation. This will not only result in less edema, but also aid in waste product removal from the area.


Freerice is a non-profit website that is owned by and supports the United Nations World Food Programme.
Freerice has two goals:
  • Provide education to everyone for free.
  • Help end world hunger by providing rice to hungry people for free.
This is made possible by the generosity of the sponsors who advertise on this site.
Whether you are CEO of a large corporation or a street child in a poor country, improving your education can improve your life. It is a great investment in yourself.
Perhaps even greater is the investment your donated rice makes in hungry human beings, enabling them to function and be productive. Somewhere in the world, a person is eating rice that you helped provide.
Feel free to contact us for any questions regarding the site or sponsorship opportunities. You can also find Freerice on Twitter and Facebook.
Thank you.

And a really good recipe for Rice pudding :D


  • 2 1/2 cups (600 ml) of whole milk
  • 1/3 cup (66 grams) of uncooked short grain white rice
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 egg
  • 1/4 cup (50 grams) dark brown sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon
  • 1/3 cup (40 grams) raisins


1 In a medium-sized, heavy-bottomed saucepan, bring the milk, rice and salt to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low and simmer until the rice is tender, about 20-25 minutes. Stir frequently to prevent the rice from sticking to the bottom of the pan.
2 In a small mixing bowl, whisk together egg and brown sugar until well mixed. Add a half cup of the hot rice mixture to the egg mixture, a tablespoon at a time, vigorously whisking to incorporate.
3 Add egg mixture back into the saucepan of rice and milk and stir, on low heat, for 10 minutes or so, until thickened. Be careful not to have the mixture come to a boil at this point. Stir in the vanilla. Remove from heat and stir in the raisins and cinnamon.
Serve warm or cold.
Yield: Serves 2-3.

Friday, March 2, 2012

the FUTURE by Society of Srz 2012 Music

 While sitting at some friends, this work of pure brilliance was created. 2012 Music Scene has been changed forever. This 2012 song is appropriatly titled the FUTURE. Created by jediSwift's experimental side project Society of Srz while highly inebriated after a night of Sr Dining.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

random about psychology

Question 1
5 out of 5 points

_________ is a childhood disorder characterized by lack of or delayed communication skills, unresponsiveness to others, repetitive and rigid behaviors.
Selected Answer:  Autism
Question 2
5 out of 5 points

A disease associated with gradual loss of memory, advancing to extreme dementia, usually in older age, is __________.
Selected Answer:  alzheimer's
Question 3
5 out of 5 points

A person with _________may show social deficits, idiosyncratic interests, repetitive behaviors, and impairments in expressiveness, but with normal intellectual, adaptive, and language skills.
Selected Answer:  asperger's syndrome
Question 4
5 out of 5 points

A movement disorder caused by long term use of anti-psychotic medication is ___________.
Selected Answer:  Tardive dyskinesia
Question 5
5 out of 5 points

People with _________persistently feel that they have been assigned to the wrong biological sex.
Selected Answer:  gender identity disorder
Question 6
0 out of 5 points

A person who exhibits a consistently suspicious and distrustful manner may have ____________personality disolrder.
Selected Answer:  schizoid
Question 7
5 out of 5 points

In _________personality disorder, a person tends to have cognitive and perceptual egocentricities (weirdness to the extreme) as well as relationship problems and social isolation.
Selected Answer:  schizotypal
Question 8
5 out of 5 points

A person with ____personality disorder has little regard for the rights of others and feels no remorse for misdeeds.
Selected Answer:  antisocial
Question 9
5 out of 5 points

People with the _______type of schizophrenia are characterized by confusion, incoherence, and flat or inappropriate affect.
Selected Answer:  disorganized
Question 10
5 out of 5 points

In ______, there are recurrent, intense sexual urges, fantasies or behaviors involving the use of a nonliving object.
Selected Answer:  fetishism
Question 11
5 out of 5 points

Pain during intercourse in either a male or a female is called ____.
Selected Answer:  dyspareunia
Question 12
5 out of 5 points

People with _____mental retardation can benefit from schooling and are often able to live independently with limited assistance.
Selected Answer:  mild
Question 13
5 out of 5 points

People who have ________schizophrenia have an organized system of delusions and auditory hallucinations.
Selected Answer:  paranoid
Question 14
5 out of 5 points

In _________________, children display extreme hostility and defiance, repeated arguments with adults, anger and resentment.
Selected Answer:  oppositional defiant disorder
Question 15
5 out of 5 points

People with _________personality disorder tend to be very uncomfortable in social situations and fearful of being rejected so much that they avoid social occasions.
Selected Answer:  avoidant
Question 16
0 out of 5 points

A person who has no normal desire for relationships with others is likely to have a ____ personality disorder.
Selected Answer:  antisocial
Question 17
5 out of 5 points

A person with ____has difficulty paying attention when motivation is not high.
Selected Answer:  adhd
Question 18
0 out of 5 points

A person with _____ personality disorder has feelings of emptiness, erratic and intense emotions, a a lack of identity.
Selected Answer:  personality disorder
Question 19
5 out of 5 points

A person with __________personality disorder is self-absorbed and egocentric.
Selected Answer:  narcissistic
Question 20
5 out of 5 points

The typical person with ________is a heterosexual male who enjoys cross-dressing.
Selected Answer:  transvestic fetishism

Monday, November 7, 2011

What is random about Fire?

The new Amazon Kindle Fire is random

The tablet wars are really getting started!

Ending the speculation, Amazon on introduced not 1, not 2, but 4 brand new Kindle devices. The company is trying to dominate the e-reader market with an starting $79 Kindle, and to do what many tech business have failed at: building a color tablet device at a reasonable price that can compete with Apple’s wildly successful iPad. Kindle Fire, Full Color 7″ Multi-touch Display, Wi-Fi is that saving grace.


How was the first fire created?

The first fire was probably caused by lightening. People found it quite useful and discovered how to maintain it. After they discovered its properties they discovered how to create a new fire with just a spark from an established fire. Then they discovered how to create a spark by hitting two rocks together. Like most human inventions, how to start a fire came about after fire already existed. Bach created his great music using counterpoint by taking four simple tunes that already existed and having choirs sing them at the same time. Edison created his electric light bulb by taking an extremely expensive invention by Faraday and making it practical.

When was the first fireplace invented?
who knows but they are awesome in the winter.

THROUGH the centuries there has been such an intimate connection of fire with the cultural growth of humanity that whatever relates to the antiquity of fire is important in tracing- the history of early progress.' And because all inventions make use of what has gone before, the steps, which lead up to the making of the first stoves, are necessary in writing of their history.
Logically, of course, we may assume there was once a time when man had no fire, but very early he must have become acquainted with fire derived from natural sources, and made use of it; for no remains of man's art show him without fire as his companion. Much later in the scheme of things he invented processes for making fire artificially.
Many of the legends or myths relating to the origin of fire are vivid and dramatic, and while they vary in detail there appears to be a similarity in many of the episodes that form the fire-origin story in all countries of the world.'
Stealing fire from the gods, one of the first incidents, was made more or less exciting by the strategy employed in acquiring, it. Prometheus, for example, stole fire from the heavens in a hollow tube, one of the feats which gave him the reputation of being a great benefactor of men.'
After the transportation of fire was solved, it was occasionally borrowed, and while the meaning is lost, the phrase is still used when one says: "May I borrow a light?"'
With the acquisition of fire came the problem of preserving, it and interesting examples of the ingenuity of man were presented. First, the fire was buried; preserved in the ashes of the fire itself. Next, a type of slow-match or fire-stick was developed, and later, when man worked with metals, the curfew, or "fire-cover" was invented. The coals were raked together and collected in the chimney recess; the curfew set over them, preserving the fire until morning.' Those surviving are of sheet brass having perforations, and a handle.
Beating drums was one of the earliest methods used to tell members of a community that it was curfew time. The use of bells for this purpose is also of great antiquity, and in 1068, during the reign of William the Conqueror, the bells were rung by law, at seven in the evening, so that all might cover the fire and extinguish the lights. This also prohibited nocturnal assemblies.
Henry 1 repealed this law about 1100, but bells' have continued to be rung for curfew until very modern times. In the United States, an ordinance establishing a curfew was adopted by many towns in colonial days and existed until the first quarter of the 20th Century. In the later years it provided in general that children under 15 should not frequent the streets after 9 o'clock in summer and 8 o'clock in winter. In April 1943 the curfew law was again invoked in Massachusetts so that no one under 17 could be on the streets after 11 p. m. during the existence of dim-out regulations.
Fires -needed watching, not only to keep them from going out, but from spreading, or theft, so a fire-keeper was delegated to the work, thus starting a social organization.
The early fires also formed a nucleus for human grouping, and became tribal or communal fires, from which the individual family fires derived.
Symbolic and superstitious uses of fire have been common to all faces, and at an early period the altar fires were kept sacred - the symbol of religion - but as time went on the significance gradually lessened, and finally the hearth became the center- of the home, with its hospitality and good cheer.' So through the centuries the lure of fire has remained one of the strongest instincts of the human race.
When possible the communal fire was placed in front of a rock shelter or cave; in a place safe and convenient for the use of everyone, and the necessity for a screen to protect the early bonfires from the wind may have been the reason for the round form of house thought to be the earliest.' Later individual fires were built in the center of the family shelters, where the hearth became known as the chimney. The term, chimney, then was used to include the hole or flue which carried off the smoke of the fire burning- in a pit in the center of the floor.
History has failed to record the inventor, or to tell the place where chimneys as we might recognize them were first used, but they seem to have been common in Venice before the middle of the 14th Century, for- a number of them were thrown down by an earthquake there in 1347."
And chimneys apparently were built in Padua before 1368, for in that year Francesco de Carrao, Lord of Padua, with a large retinue arrived in Rome. There were no chimneys in the inn where he stayed, and the smoke from the fire (built in a hole in the floor) was just too much for him. So he had two chimneys built by workmen (masons and carpenters) he brought with him (anticipating the situation, no doubt) and over the chimneys he placed his arms."
In England, the oldest actual remains of chimneys are supposed to be those of Winwall House, Not-folk, and of Kenilworth and Conway Castles, built in the 12th Century."
Leland, in his Itinerary, mentioned those of Bolton Castle: "One thing I muche notyed in the haulle of Bolton, how chimneys were conveyed by tunnels made on the sides of the walls bytwixt the lights in the haulle, and by this means, and by no covers, is the smoke of the bai-tbe in the haulle wonder strangely conveyed."
During the reign of the Tudors, chimneys became a prominent and beautiful architectural feature, but even while Elizabeth was queen, apologies were made to guests if they could not be given rooms with chimneys, and ladies were often sent to the neighbors where they could enjoy this luxury, available for some time only in the homes of the wealthy.
In the homes of the common people the fire was still being kindled against a hob of clay in the back or center of the room. Only part of the smoke which filled the room ever found its way out through the opening- in the roof or wall, sometimes only a few feet above the level of the hearth."
Wattle and clay chimneys were being erected as late as 1621, when a Mr. Skinner of Sudbury, England was ordered to "amend his dangerous chimney," and afterwards were fined for not doing it. This caused the following -General order by
The court: That no man shall elect and build up any chimney within the borough but only of brick, and to be builded above the roof of the house fower feete and a halfe, upon the pain for every such offense to be here-After committed the summe of vl."
On April 7, 1719 other clay chimneys were ordered to be rebuilt of brick."
In the New England colonies, chimneys on the first houses were built of wood. Logs or sticks were placed one above another at right angles, and plastered with clay or mortar, and roofs were thatched with reeds or flags.'7
Great exposure to fire was always imminent with this style of building-, although chimneys and roofs were subject to frequent inspection by officers detailed for the duty.
The first fire in the town of Boston occurred on the 16th of March, 1631 from the imperfect claying of one of the cattied" chimneys, and two buildings were destroyed.
Later, officers known as "firewards" were appointed by the justices of peace and selectmen of the towns from time to time, and were distinguished by a staff five feet in length, colored red, and headed by a brass spire six inches long."
Governor Dudley prohibited wooden chimneys and thatched roofs, and they were also forbidden in the Dutch colony at Manhattan.
Despite the law, inflammable materials must have continued long in use, for President Washington, in his tour of the eastern states in 1789, considered the fact that dwellings generally hid stone or brick chimneys an item worthy of record in his diary.
The principles of the chimney were but poorly understood for many years. No matter how perfect they seemed the builders were never sure they wouldn't smoke, and with a mysterious pertinacity the smoke which should -o up, came down. For a long time too, so-called chimney doctors (who professed to remedy smoky chimneys) flourished; engaged in what today would be termed a racket."
The first recorded effort to study the matter of smoky chimneys on a scientific basis was that of Louis Savot, a physician of Paris, during the 16th Century. He failed to find the real trouble, although he did improve the form of the fireplace opening by narrowing the width, so that less air could enter on each side of the fire. And he showed that the flue should be smooth to lessen the friction of the ascend-ing smoke.
Benjamin Franklin spent a great deal of time trying to find a cure for smoky chimneys, and after his reputation as an heating expert had been established, he complained that wherever he visited he was asked to remedy one.
He repeatedly spoke of the disadvantages of the large fireplace, and the necessity of the chimney-cloth (a contrivance placed at the upper opening of the fireplace to lower the opening) to keep smoke from coming out into the room.
In his pamphlet published in 1745, Franklin listed the inconveniences of the large fireplace, when he wrote:
"They almost always smoke, if the door were not left open. They require a large funnel, and a large funnel carries off a great quantity of air, which occasions -hat is called a strong draft to the chimney, without which strong draft the smoke would come out of some part or other of so large an opening, so that the door can seldom be shut; and the cold air so nips the backs and heels of those that sit before the fire."
Used with permission...written by Ed Semmelroth, - Illustrations by Sandy Sandy

Saturday, November 5, 2011

What else is random about Test? PROVIDES PRACTICE TEST FOR YOU!!!

Such a huge relief for this guy.. Who looks like he is just trying to get laid.
The ACCUPLACER test was developed by the College Board and is used to help determine course selection for students. The ACCUPLACER exam has three sections: Reading Comprehension, Sentence Skills, and Math. In some cases, an essay may be required.
ACCUPLACER Test Practice Questions / ACCUPLACER Test Breakdown /ACCUPLACER Test Study Guide / ACCUPLACER Test Flashcards

The ACT test was developed by the American College Testing Program. The ACT exam has four sections: Reading, English, Mathematics and Science. A maximum score is a 36. The ACT test is used to screen college applicants.
ACT Test Practice Questions / ACT Test Study Guide / ACT Test Flashcards

The GED stands for General Educational Development. The GED test measures Language Arts, Writing, Social Studies, Science, Reading, and Mathematics. The GED math test has two parts. Part one of the math exam does allow the use of a calculator and part two does not.
GED Test Practice Questions / GED Test Study Guide / GED Test Flashcards

The Graduate Management Admission Test is known by the acronym GMAT. The GMAT test has three major sections: Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative Section, and Verbal Section. The GMAT is the most popular test used to screen applicants to an MBA program.
GMAT Test Practice Questions / GMAT Test Study Guide / GMAT Test Flashcards

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is used as a screening tool for graduate students. Each GRE Test Section has a possible score between 200 and 800. The GRE exam has 3 graded sections: Verbal Section: 30 questions in 30 minutes, Quantitative (Math) Section: 28 questions in 45 minutes, Analytical (Logic) Section: 35 questions in 60 minutes. The GRE test also requires that you take an additional test section that is not scored.
GRE Test Practice Questions / GRE Test Study Guide / GRE Test Flashcards

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is administered by the Law School Admission Council, for students applying for entrance to law school. There are three different sections: Logical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and Analytical Reasoning.
LSAT Test Practice Questions / LSAT Test Study Guide / LSAT Test Flashcards

The Miller Analogy Test (MAT) is taken by candidates applying to graduate schools. The MAT test is a 60 minute timed test that contains 120 analogy questions, only 100 of which are actually scored. Analogy question topics cover the humanities, natural sciences, mathematics, and social sciences.
MAT Test Practice Questions / MAT Test Study Guide / MAT Test Flashcards

The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is a program of the Association of American Medical Colleges and used by medical schools as part of their admission process.
MCAT Test Practice Questions / MCAT Test Study Guide / MCAT Test Flashcards

The National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) is used by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) to measure the competencies of registered nurses and practical nurses.
NCLEX Test Practice Questions / NCLEX Test Study Guide / NCLEX Test Flashcards

The Praxis exams are offered by ETS. The Praxis I exam covers Reading, Writing, and Mathematics, and is an initial teacher certification test. The Praxis II series of exams are used for teacher certification in specific subject areas.
Praxis Test Practice Questions / Praxis I & II Test Study Guides / Praxis I & II Test Flashcards

The SAT is administered by College Board, and is developed, published, and scored by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). The SAT Reasoning Test has three sections: Math, Critical Reading, and Writing. Scores on each section range from 200 to 800, with scores always being a multiple of 10. The SAT Essay is scored 1-6 with six being the best score.
SAT Test Practice Questions / SAT Test Study Guide / SAT Test Flashcards 

The Test of Essential Academic Skills™ (TEAS®) is offered by Assessment Technologies Institute™ and is used as an admission tool for post-secondary education programs. There are four sections: Math, Reading, English, and Science. 
Practice Questions for the TEAS® Exam / Study Guide for the TEAS® Exam / Flashcards for the TEAS® Exam 

Getting Ready for Test Day

Preparing for a test isn't easy, and most test takers have some sort of test anxiety as they prepare. I know standardized tests have always given me a sense of dread, even when I'm adequately prepared and know I will do well on the test. Through high school, college, and then graduate school, the tests seemed to only get more complicated and more important. Preparing for the next difficult standardized test in my immediate future became a way of life for me. 

Planning When to Study for your Test

As you prepare for your test, you want to make sure that you start soon enough. Knowing when to begin your preparation process is critical to having enough time to prepare, without feeling rushed. Adequate preparation time has become increasingly important as test takers lives are increasingly rushed and often feel as though they don't have enough time to prepare for their test.
The amount of time that is necessary to prepare depends on the individual, as well as the score the test taker hopes to achieve. If you are a quick learner, then you won't need to spend as much time preparing as someone that absorbs material and concepts at a lower rate. If you don't need a very high score in order to accomplish your goals, then you also won't need to spend much time preparing. However, if you need a high score, then it will require additional study time. 

Test Preparation Resources

Study Guides and Test Prep
There are many resources that you can use as you begin the test preparation process. You will find much information about most tests completely free and online at official websites, containing test dates, the types of questions, how long the test will take, and most other questions concerning the details of the test. The internet also provides access to test study guides and free practice tests that will help you prepare as well.
Here, you'll find a lot of resources and information about the test preparation process. Hopefully you'll learn the right methods of preparing for the test in your future. Most of your initial studying can come from free online test prep resources.

Thinking about starting a business? You're not alone. Every year, thousands of Americans catch the entrepreneurial spirit, launching small businesses to sell their products or services. Some businesses thrive; many fail. The more you know about starting a business, the more power you have to form an organization that develops into a lasting source of income and satisfaction. For help with the beginning stages of operating a business, the following checklist is a great place to start.

Evaluate and Develop Your Business Idea

1. Determine if the type of business suits you. (See Nolo's article Start the Right New Business for You.)
2. Use a break-even analysis to determine if your idea can make money. (See Nolo's article Will My Business Make Money?)
3. Write a business plan, including a profit/loss forecast and a cash flow analysis. (See Nolo's Business Plan area.)
4. Find sources of start-up financing. (See Nolo's Business Financing, Loans & Capital area.)
5. Set up a basic marketing plan. (See Nolo's Marketing & Advertising area.)

Decide on a Legal Structure for Your Business

6. Identify the number of owners of your business.
7. Decide how much protection from personal liability you'll need, which depends on your business's risks.
8. Decide how you'd like the business to be taxed.
9. Consider whether your business would benefit from being able to sell stock.
10. Research the various types of ownership structures:
  • Sole proprietorship
  • Partnership
  • LLC
  • C Corporation
  • S Corporation
11. Get more in-depth information from a self-help resource (see the Nolo store) or a lawyer, if necessary, (see Nolo's Lawyer Directory) before you settle on a structure.

Choose a Name for Your Business

12. Think of several business names that might suit your company and its products or services.
13. If you will do business online, check if your proposed business names are available as domain names.
14. Check with your county clerk's office to see whether your proposed names are on the list of fictitious or assumed business names in your county.
15. For corporations and LLCs: check the availability of your proposed names with the Secretary of State or other corporate filing office.
16. Do a federal or state trademark search of the proposed names still on your list. If a proposed name is being used as a trademark, eliminate it if your use of the name would confuse customers or if the name is already famous.
17. Choose between the proposed names that are still on your list.

Register Your Business Name

18. Register your business name with your county clerk as a fictitious or assumed business name, if necessary. (See Nolo's article Registering Your Business Name.)
19. Register your business name as a federal or state trademark if you'll do business regionally or nationally and will use your business name to identify a product or service.
20. Register your business name as a domain name if you'll use the name as a Web address too.

Prepare Organizational Paperwork

21. Partnership:
22. LLC:
23. C Corporations:
24. S Corporations:

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