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DJ Annie Macmanus chats to artists, writers, musicians and a host of fascinating people about CHANGE. Each guest talks through the biggest changes they have overcome in childhood and adulthood, and how they effect change. The podcast explores how change punctuates our lives, how it can totally derail us and define who we are. How we confront it, react to it and how we try to activate change has never been more important than in this moment. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more inf ...
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WorkWell with Jen Fisher

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On the WorkWell Podcast, Jen Fisher — Human Sustainability Leader at Deloitte and Editor-at-Large, Human Sustainability at Thrive Global — sits down with inspiring individuals for wide-ranging conversations about how we can develop a way of living and working built on human sustainability, starting with ourselves.
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My Spoonie Sisters features stories from special guests dedicated to empowering those with chronic illnesses. We share stories, discussing everything from Rheumatoid Arthritis to anxiety and sex therapy. Our goal? To connect people and provide the support and tools they need to live a better life. For those with a chronic illness, our energy levels fade faster. We must be more purposeful with the "spoons" allotted to us. Grab your coffee, sister, and tune in as my Spoonie Sisters share stori ...
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Core Nourishment With Annie Wagoner

Core Nourishment With Annie Wagoner

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What nourishes your core and soul? Host Annie Wagoner, certified holistic health coach and yoga teacher, flows into conversation and interviews with powerful, compelling people. This podcast is designed to empower, inspire, ignite presence, purpose, and intention in your day.
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National Publicist, Annie Jennings

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Welcome to the Annie Jennings PR EliteWire online magazine podcast series, a community of specialized publicity, branding, marketing and media professionals as well as lifestyle experts that share principles of success. Our experts share their valuable insight, knowledge and experience to help you achieve your optimal potential. We encourage listeners to share this podcast throughout their social communities to help others discover the insider strategy that can make a difference to their suc ...
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Crone’s Corner

Purple Paisley Jen

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I have been an eclectic witch/pagan for over 20 years. Sometimes I practice with groups sometimes I am solitary. I have lived lots of places and met other pagans along the way. Here to share a little about how I practice. Cover art photo provided by Annie Spratt on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@anniespratt
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Each Week - Pop: The History Makers presents a new one-hour interview with an icon of popular culture. If you prefer watching the interviews - go to my YouTube podcast channel -https://www.youtube.com/@popthehistorymakers Online - Per Martinsen - Norwegian's Electronic Godfather!UPDATE and DEEP DIVE interviews include:Raz Lindvall (formerly Rob 'n' Raz), Louis C. Oberländer (Jeremy Days), Justin Currie (Del Amitri), Fish (Update interview) Phillip Boa, Toyah, Anne Clark (the poet who continu ...
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The artists and artisans of the fiber world come to you in The Long Thread Podcast. Each episode features interviews with your favorite spinners, weavers, needleworkers, and fiber artists from across the globe. Get the inspiration, practical advice, and personal stories of experts as we follow the long thread.
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Hey driven woman entrepreneur! You love owning your own business, but staying focused, managing your mindset, and making all the decisions on your own can be a challenge. Join business strategist, mentor, coach, and former psychotherapist Diann Wingert, for your weekly dose of no-BS straight talk that cuts through the hype and false promises and delivers both insights and actionable advice every week. The Driven Woman Entrepreneur Podcast alternates between straight-shooting solo episodes, g ...
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Are you a growth-oriented, mindful and busy mom who wants to raise strong daughters? Me too! Tune in for short episodes (under 25 min) filled with inspiration, insights and actionable tips from experts, moms who’ve been there, and host Carmelita Tiu (a mom of two girls herself). Hear about timely (& sometimes tough) topics: boundaries, self-care, creating safe spaces, self confidence, intuition, negative patterns, body positivity, friendship, body image, gender stereotypes, stress, and more. ...
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Hosted by Transformational Wellness Expert, ICF Master Coach, Public Speaker & Author, Gillian McMichael, this podcast will inspire you to unlock your true purpose and ignite your infinite potential. Discover real, honest stories from those who have overcome challenges and found peace in their lives. There is an inner strength in every one of us, and this is explored through a series of topics, from trust and forgiveness to confidence and self-love. These stories will help to lighten the loa ...
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Welcome back to The Driven Woman Entrepreneur podcast! I’m your host, Diann Wingert, and today we're diving into a topic that's crucial for many of us: managing boredom as an entrepreneur with ADHD. While ADHD fuels creativity and innovation, it also means a low threshold for mundane tasks, making boredom a significant challenge. In this solo episo…
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Ever wondered if there's more to managing chronic illness than just medication? Discover the transformative journey of Josie, a fervent advocate for natural treatments for autoimmune diseases, as she shares her powerful story. From childhood ailments to grappling with rheumatoid arthritis and Hashimoto's, Josie's quest for healing led her to a holi…
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Imagine being forced to leave your country for being gay or face death. This Refugee Week, we welcome Aderonke Apata, a Nigerian refugee who had to leave Nigeria under threat of persecution for being in love with a woman. When she reached the UK, she embarked on a 13-year battle through the UK immigration system including periods of homelessness, d…
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Angie's journey into trail running, inspired by her fascination with the mythical creature known as the Jackalope, led to a transformative experience in the running community. Her initial encounter with trail running and the challenges she faced as a new runner are highlighted, along with the supportive and encouraging environment she found within …
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Welcome to the fifth episode of the Entrepreneurs with ADHD series on the podcast. This week, I’m joined by my good friend, Dave Greenwood, a professional writer, author of two bestselling books on ADHD, podcaster, and consultant on burnout in the workplace. In this conversation, Dave and I candidly share our own experiences as well as what we have…
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When Jessica Mitchell, a health coach driven by a deeply personal narrative, steps into our podcast venue, the air fills with an undeniable energy of transformation and hope. Her sister's untimely passing ignited a fire in Jessica to champion the cause of lifestyle disease prevention, and she's here sharing her wisdom on how to forge a path towards…
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Vernon Kay is one of the most recognised people on British TV and radio known for his infectious smile and warm Bolton accent. He first made his mark on Channel 4’s T4 in the early 2000s and has since hosted popular shows like All Star Family Fortunes and Comic Relief. In 2020 he appeared on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! He has been presenti…
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The conversation discusses the recent controversy in the ultra running and trail running community regarding a gel company's misrepresentation of carbs and calorie count on their product labels. The conversation delves into the testing results, implications for athletes, and the company's response. The conversation covers the topic of nutrition in …
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For 15 months after he was released from prison, Michael Alig, also known as the Party Monster, lived with David Maurici. Sour Candy & Chaos chronicles the crazy situations that swirled around Michael Alig during his post-prison return to New York City. This is the story of his new book; SOUR CANDY and CHAOS; My Life with the Party Monster - the af…
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Welcome to the fourth episode of the Entrepreneurs with ADHD Series! In a world that often perceives ADHD solely through the lens of deficits and challenges, it's time to embrace a new perspective. In this solo episode, I will examine seven of the most common symptoms of ADHD, as listed in the DSM V (the current edition of the psychiatric manual) a…
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Miranda July’s staggering new novel ‘All Fours’ might just completely change the way you think about your life. Miranda is not one for sticking to the rules. An LA based artist, writer and award-winning filmmaker, she has been creating unapologetic, boundary pushing work since her involvement in the Riot Grrrl feminist movement of the 1990s, where …
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Do you ever feel like you're drowning in the midst of life's challenges? In this heartfelt mini-episode, I, Gracefully Jen, reflect on the importance of recognizing when our Spoonie Sisters are struggling and how vital it is to be that supportive lifeline for one another. We all wear masks to navigate our daily lives, but it's crucial to see beyond…
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When Jen Simonic and Masey Kaplan’s friend lost her mother, she had the challenge of going through her mother’s things while grieving her loss. Among her posessions was something almost every crafter has at least one of: a work in progress. Jen and Masey had each finished projects for bereaved family members before, but neither of them could take o…
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In this conversation, Ryan and Kris discuss various topics, including living in Santa Barbara, wine cellars, and their mutual friend Michael McDonald. They also touch on Kris's work with Spartan and the challenges faced by the company during the pandemic. Kris shares his perspective on the corporate entrance into trail running and the importance of…
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Mousse T. on his Top Five tracks; Yes, Horny & Sex Bomb, and some surprises° Mousse T., born Mustafa Gündoğdu, renowned German DJ, record producer, and songwriter, is celebrated for his contribution to the house music scene. Here he talks about his Top Five tracks. Please share and subscribe! Mousse T. rose to international fame with his 1998 hit s…
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Welcome to the third episode in Entrepreneurs with ADHD series. In this solo episode, I address the all too common challenge of having trouble getting our brain to focus on the task at hand and initiate taking action on it. The secret is understanding that there are really only four things that stimulate focus and action for the ADHD brain, called …
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Are you ready to transform how you navigate the daily hurdles of arthritis? Join me, Gracefully Jen, for practical advice that promises to enhance your daily living with arthritis. Overcoming the challenges of chronic illness is no small feat, but with our latest episode, you'll learn five key strategies to rework your routine for the better. We fo…
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On 22nd October 2023, Ahmed Alnaouq woke up to the unthinkable news that 21 members of his family had been killed by an Israeli airstrike in Gaza. Ahmed Alnaouq is a Palestinian journalist from Gaza and the co-founder of We Are Not Numbers - a non profit organisation that specialises in sharing Palestinian stories. In this episode, Ahmed shares his…
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Albert Hammond's career spans over five decades, characterized by his exceptional talent as both a performer and a songwriter. His early work in the 1960s included co-founding the British band The Family Dogg, which achieved moderate success. However, it was his solo career in the 1970s that propelled him to international fame. To watch on YouTube …
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Welcome to the second episode in Entrepreneurs with ADHD series. In this solo episode, I address common misconceptions about ADHD and whether traits associated with ADHD offer advantages or pose challenges in the entrepreneurial landscape. Drawing on my extensive background as a psychotherapist and business coach, I challenge listeners to consider …
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Navigating life with an autoimmune condition can feel like a solo journey, but it doesn't have to be. I had the pleasure of bringing in Annie, my health and wellness coach, who's an expert in turning living with autoimmune diseases into thriving despite them. Together, we unpack the art of crafting wellness plans that are as unique as your fingerpr…
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Sara Pascoe has a magic ability to take life’s absurdities and turn them into comedy gold, but how does she approach change? Sara’s quick, intelligent wit has seen her competing on many of the UK’s most popular comedy panel shows such as QI and Taskmaster and she also hosts ‘The Great British Sewing Bee’. Not only is she one of the country’s foremo…
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A career professional at Levi Strauss & Company, Eileen Lee learned about dyeing, weaving, and sewing on an international scale: giant factories full of loud looms weaving 2/2 twill, pattern pieces cut out of four-foot-high stacks of cloth, and no possibility of adding a tuck here or a dart there without retooling. During her years in the industry,…
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Noah Shaw shares his running journey and his debut at the Umstead 100-mile race. He started as a wrestler and then got into gravel biking before transitioning to running. He quickly progressed in his running career, completing a marathon and several ultras within a year. Noah joined the Tuff Running Club and found a supportive community of runners.…
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On Part 2 of the Carl McIntosh interview (Loose Ends) we conclude the story which sees the band split, and Carl gives his opinion today on former members Jane and Steve. Both parts are available as audio and YouTube podcasts. To see this interview on YouTube use these links.... For Part One use this link: https://youtu.be/JeYTBBMOldo?si=20V6Pc0v23z…
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In this WorkWell podcast by Deloitte, Jen Fisher, editor-at-large for Thrive and Deloitte’s Human Sustainability Hub, sits down with Stephanie Harrison, founder of The New Happy and author of New Happy: Getting Happiness Right in a World That’s Got It Wrong. In a wide-ranging conversation, Stephanie discusses her science-backed approach to happines…
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Today we are kicking off a shiny new series for Entrepreneurs with ADHD. Despite the growing number of entrepreneurs who identify with ADHD, there’s still a great deal of confusion and controversy. I turned to an expert in the field who is a professor of entrepreneurship who researches the impact of ADHD on entrepreneurship and also has ADHD himsel…
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Part 1 of the story of Carl McIntosh of Loose Ends. If you want to watch this interview go here: https://youtu.be/JeYTBBMOldo?si=20V6Pc0v23zjxKzS⁠ Part 2 is also now online. Loose Ends formed in 1980 when Carl McIntosh, a native of London, England, met Steve Nichol and Jane Eugene (then Loose End). The trio quickly gained attention with their disti…
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As your host, Jen, I've witnessed firsthand the transformative power of getting the right diagnosis - it's a journey that can be as tumultuous as it is enlightening. That's why I invited Olivia Dennis to the show, where she bravely recounts her quest through the tangled healthcare system, grappling with the often invisible web of IBS, anxiety, OCD,…
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George Mpanga, aka George the Poet, is a voice for change but, is it enough to just be a successful Black man in the war on Blackness? From his humble beginnings in North London with Ugandan parents, to graduating from Cambridge University as well as visiting Uganda, George knows a thing or two about the big changes that can shape your life’s direc…
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Sarah Wallace discusses her experience running the Southern States 200, a point-to-point 200-mile race in Alabama. She shares how she became interested in 200-mile races and why she enjoys the challenge of staying out in the woods for as long as possible. Sarah talks about the logistics and planning involved in a 200-mile race, including crewing an…
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In this WorkWell podcast by Deloitte, Jen Fisher, editor-at-large for Thrive and Deloitte’s Human Sustainability Hub, sits down with speaker, workplace mental health consultant, and executive Morra Aarons-Mele, author of The Anxious Achiever: Turn Your Biggest Fears into Your Leadership Superpower to discuss how to manage the anxiety that comes wit…
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Are you ready to embrace your “you-ness” and let your unique brilliance shine in your entrepreneurial journey? Today we are joined by returning guests Annie P Ruggles & Deanna Seymour, two of the most creative fun, and original entrepreneurs I know to talk about finding inspiration in unexpected places, converting your quirks into cash, and why bei…
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For Groenalund's Martin Gerke, music is a time machine with which one can travel to the year 1979 in order to reshape the future from there. This was for Martin, ABBA's best year. Not only is their music reminiscent of ABBA, Martin uses the same techniques in the studio to recreate their authentic sound, and has even worked Janne Schaffer, known fr…
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Rounding off this miniseries on Bodies, the incredible journalist, broadcaster and bestselling author Afua Hirsch unpacks Eurocentric beauty standards and discusses unlearning some of the myths around women’s bodies. Why do western cultures think body hair is bad? How do non western cultures treat puberty and aging? Can we change how we view our bo…
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When your world is turned upside down by chronic illness, finding humor and connection can be your lifeline. That's exactly what happened when Jewel, the effervescent @thelipedemacushie, joined me for a chat that'll make you laugh, and nod along with understanding. We dove into Jewel's experiences with Cushing's disease, her surgeries, and the dail…
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Lilly Marsh creates blankets, shawls, and other cloth, almost exclusively from local wool. Working closely with farmers and the nearby Battenkill Fiber Mill, she gets to know not only her neighbors but the fibers they grow: the surprisingly lovely wool from East Friesian sheep raised to produce milk, the springy Dorset crosses that are popular in t…
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Jen Shetler discusses her experience running the Umstead 100 and her journey into ultra running. She shares her excitement about earning her first hundred mile buckle and the joy of wearing it everywhere. Jen also talks about the running community and the support and inspiration she finds among fellow runners. She opens up about her exercise-induce…
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Belouis Some on his TOP FIVE songs - the list is below with youtube links to watch them, but to find out his number one you'll have to watch the podcast.⁠ ⁠ YouTube link to watch the interview; https://youtu.be/Xnlz-njHeFQ?si=7k_E6zPp3v71zd8j⁠ ⁠ Charismatic British singer-songwriter, Belouis Some, carved out a niche for himself in the music industr…
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In the field of business coaching, conventional wisdom dictates that success depends on choosing a target market niche and working exclusively with clients who fit the criteria so you can become known as a specialist. But what if a potential client wants to hire you, not for your expertise but for the qualities and skills you possess, not your nich…
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Discover the untold ABBA story of Sweden's greatest guitarist, Janne Schaffer. Learn about his incredible journey and his impact on the iconic band's sound. If you want to see this on YouTube - go here: Janne Schaffer, born on September 24, 1945, in Stockholm, Sweden, a highly acclaimed guitarist known for his versatile and innovative style. He ros…
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Leila's voice crackles with emotion as she recounts the moment her life took an unexpected turn with the diagnosis of Lupus and Sjogren's disease. Her candid narrative details the trials and triumphs of living with these stealthy autoimmune diseases, from the early signs that something was amiss to the latest treatment that's been her saving grace.…
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As part of our Bodies Mini Series, renowned gynaecologist Dr. Jen Gunter tackles your burning questions about your bodies as she and Annie delve deep into the complex world of women's health and the changes involved. Dr. Jen Gunter is the author of bestsellers "The Vagina Bible" and "The Menopause Manifesto," and is the ultimate authority on all th…
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A new documentary of Ace of Base, directed by Jen von Reis has been released. Siblings Jonas, Jenny, and Linn Berggren, along with their friend Ulf Ekberg, took the world by storm in late 1992 with their record-breaking debut album Happy Nation (Later reissued as The Sign) Watch on YouTube here. https://youtu.be/zfsTAWzjyNk?si=ufF2V9jJYA5-zwHI If y…
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In this conversation, Haley Shapley discusses her book 'Strong Like Her' and her own fitness journey. She talks about the process of creating the book, including the collaboration with a celebrity photographer for the stunning pictures. Haley also shares her personal experience with fitness, from playing sports in her youth to discovering the benef…
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I just couldn’t wrap up the Self Care series without talking about neurodiversity, masking, and mental health, and the perfect person for conversation is fellow therapist, coach, podcaster, speaker and advocate, Pasha Marlowe. In this vulnerable episode, you'll hear about the challenges and advantages of masking, understand the emotions of being ne…
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Tim Nooney discusses his transition from rock climbing to trail and ultra running, and his experience in the Asheville running community. He shares how he was drawn to the friendly and welcoming nature of the East Coast running community, particularly in Asheville, North Carolina. Tim also talks about his love for adventure and pushing his limits, …
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Struggle and healing often go hand in hand, as Delicia's gripping tale of resilience unfolds in our latest conversation. Facing a health odyssey that begins with severe allergies and the emotional scars of childhood trauma, she takes us through her diagnosis and the powerful connection between emotional distress and physical health. Her story is a …
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To open a new mini series on Bodies we welcome boundary pushing musician, CMAT whose low cut, bum crack exposing dress created one of the most viral moments at the BRIT Awards this year. Her unapologetic attitude towards body image caused a storm on the internet attracting a wave of opinions. CMAT, real name Ciara Mary-Alice Thompson is a one in a …
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