Best Scholars podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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No Jargon, the Scholars Strategy Network’s weekly podcast, presents interviews with top university scholars on the politics, policy problems, and social issues facing the nation. Powerful research, intriguing perspectives -- and no jargon. Find show notes and plain-language research briefs on hundreds of topics at www.scholarsstrategynetwork.org/nojargon.
 
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Sluts & Scholars
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Sluts and Scholars features two smart women who also like (gasp) sex! Join us as we discuss how to navigate sexuality in this culture by having conversations that will make your sex smarter and your smarts sexier.
 
Tune in every two weeks to catch interviews with the liveliest voices from literature, the arts, sciences, history, and public affairs; reports on cutting-edge works in progress; long-form narratives; and compelling excerpts from new books. A podcast from The American Scholar magazine. Hosted by Stephanie Bastek.
 
OCW Scholar: Introduction to Electrical Engineering and Computer Science I
 
By Maria Armoudian
 
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The Road Scholar
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AudioRoad Book Club - Kevin will choose a book, then read it and interview the author, listeners will also have a chance to ask the author questions.
 
Live Sets, Mixes & Podcasts#HouseMusic #ScholarTee
 
The source for college financial aid strategies. Tips on how to find and apply for scholarships and how to avoid student loan debt.
 
Brothers. One Atheist. One Christian. We grapple with interdisciplinary subjects ranging from scientific advancement to behavorial pshychology
 
A podcast from the Society of Scholar Priests. The Society of Scholar-Priests exists to welcome theology home. We want to rekindle the theological vocation and imagination of The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada. We want to do that by supporting, mentoring, and helping to fund scholar-priests and by working with bishops and other leaders to connect them with parishes that need stable and effective leadership. These podcasts present recordings of our webinars, in which we in ...
 
Study Tips for Scholars offers a video course to help college and university students excel.
 
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The Rap Scholars
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The Rap Scholars is a podcast exploring contemporary rap music and culture. Representing a new generation of rap criticism, hosts Nasir Marumo and Temar France use podcast as pedagogy. www.therapscholars.com @therapscholars
 
Weekly conversations about the Liberal Arts and The Great Books with Wyoming Catholic College professors, board members,and guests.
 
Joe Renegade and the W discuss various topics like popular culture, lifestyle, movies, TV, sports and much more.
 
Wine podcasts by Wine Scholar Guild interviewing internationally-renowned wine experts
 
Vedic Astrology or Jyotisha means the science of light. Light is the source of all life. Physics describes creation at its most subtle level as a field of pulsing, vibrating waves of light. The primacy of light is also found in all the world’s religious traditions.
 
The Southern Fried Scholar is a podcast devoted to lifelong learning, creativity, and story.
 
Interviews and stories about efforts of the MIT Libraries to help faculty and students retain their rights & increase the impact of research.
 
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Hadar Campus Scholars
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This podcast is associated with the Hadar Campus Scholars, which is a program of Mechon Hadar, an egalitarian, non-denominational yeshiva in New York City.
 
Discover how seekers and scholars from a variety of disciplines have engaged with Mary Baker Eddy's life, ideas, and accomplishments.
 
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Scholars At Play
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Scholars At Play is a podcast dedicated to the critical discussion of video games and their place in society and the academy.
 
Textual criticism would not be possible without the great men and women who blazed the trail in this discipline. This series tells the stories of great men like Bruce Metzger, Constantin von Tischendorf, B.F. Westcott, and F.J.A. Hort. These are stories of faithful commitment, ardent scholarship, and crucial discovery. Without the work of these men, the Bible as we know it today would have a much different shape.
 
Hosted by RWJF Clinical Scholar Dr. Chileshe Nkonde-Price (Penn CSP), the RWJF Clinical Scholars Health Policy Podcast is a monthly series featuring interviews with health policy experts who are visitors, alumni, or faculty of the Clinical Scholars Program.
 
A Hadar Campus Scholars lecture series Like what you hear? http://www.mechonhadar.org/hadar-scholars-donation
 
The Saxelby Radio Scholars podcast is stories produced by teenagers telling the stories of food in their community. The program is brought to you by the Heritage Radio Network, a nonprofit food radio station. To learn more and donate, visit www.heritageradionetwork.org.
 
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Unknown Scholars
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"It's Unknown Scholars with SBRJO"Idk what I'm doin. I just like to talk with ppl, and get inside their minds. Anyone and everyone. Rappers, Bands, Artists, Business owners; if you are passionate about anything or just want to promote, let's get you on. If you wanna link, hit one of my links, and we'll link! @SBRJO on all social medias!Rando$hit is my random shit.
 
Life-transforming Catholic Biblical Theology
 
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Scholar Tea
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Join Cameron and Shawna for "Scholar Tea", which is a delightful higher ed podcast 4 the culture that is a mash-up of humor, tips, and scholar interviews.Follow us on Twitter @Scholar_TeaEmail us at ScholarTea2018@gmail.com
 
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Roads Scholars
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Podcast by Roads Scholars
 
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Global Scholars
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Welcome to the Global Scholars podcast! These are student voices—these are the leaders of the next generation.
 
We are Trope Watchers, the podcast about pop culture and why it matters!
 
We are Trope Watchers, the podcast about pop culture and why it matters!
 
Tune in to hear what’s happening at the Dunedin Chinese Garden and to celebrate the traditions and history behind this elegant and tranquil space. Every Third Wednesday of the month at 12pm
 
Presenting open, knowledgeable, and conscious content in a civil format.
 
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The Rap Scholars
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The Rap Scholars is a podcast exploring contemporary rap music and culture. Representing a new generation of rap criticism, hosts Nasir Marumo and Temar France use podcast as pedagogy. www.therapscholars.com @therapscholars
 
The Road scholar podcast is a mobile comedy podcast which features the random ramblings of two uneducated, bitter a-holes, behind the wheels of delivery vans...heading straight to hell. And not fast enough!!!
 
For high school people and other people too!
 
A podcast from the borders of good taste.
 
A monthly selection of the best fresh new tunes released!
 
A Podcast about life, well actually more like things that distract you from life like movies, games, tv, and shit. Plus life sometimes. Enjoy!
 
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Young Law Scholar
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The official podcast of Young Law Scholar, aims to promote the #StudentVoice. Stay tuned for interviews, special guests and student news!
 
Periodic audiocasts about trends and events in the world of scholarly publishing, from the authors of the Society for Scholarly Publishing's Scholarly Kitchen blog (http://scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org/ ).
 
OCW Scholar: Fundamentals of Biology
 
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The Tel Aviv Review
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Showcasing the latest developments in the realm of academic and professional research and literature, about the Middle East and global affairs. We discuss Israeli, Arab and Palestinian society, the Jewish world, the Middle East and its conflicts, and issues of global and public affairs with scholars, writers and deep-thinkers.
 
With an increased focus on scholarship at RIT, RIT Libraries will shine a light on some of the Institute's finest by sponsoring "RIT Faculty Scholars" series. This ongoing series spotlights the scholarship work of a different faculty member for each showcase. The sessions will generally be two hours in length, with content that will vary from session to session. Typically, each event may include poster sessions, multimedia presentations, or some type of interactive component. Each program wi ...
 
Live Sets, Mixes & Podcasts#HouseMusic #ScholarTee
 
Ada Comstock Distinguished Women Scholars Lecture
 
An expanding archive developed by the Squire Law Library in which we document the careers and achievements of eminent scholars associated with the Faculty of Law at the University of Cambridge. The archive includes biographies, bibliographies, photographs and recorded interviews.For more information, see the Squire website at http://www.squire.law.cam.ac.uk/eminent_scholars/
 
NEW podcast from one of the nation’s premier independent bookstores, in Pennsylvania’s capital city. We proudly host national award-winning authors and emerging literary sensations for free public readings and book signings. Join us each week as we celebrate the essential role of literature in contemporary culture and engage the region’s vibrant literary and civic community in wide-ranging discussions on books, politics, society and the arts. SIGNED new releases by visiting authors are avail ...
 
Saints and Scholars On the Go is a monthly podcast discussing the intersection of faith, education & daily life. Saints and Scholars On the Go is presented by the Catholic Schools Office in the Archdiocese of Boston.
 
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Dr Paul Rahe - professor of history at Hillsdale CollegeAdmiral Thomas Lynch (Ret-N) - Executive chairman of NewDay USADr. Henry Miller - Robert Wesson Fellow in Scientific Philosophy & Public Policy at Hoover Institution, widely published in both scholarly journals and the popularLt. Col. Tony Shaffer (retired) - Senior Fellow at the London Ce ...…
 
Today we meet Jennifer Deyton and Julie Nash, the "J"s of J&J Editorial. They share their stories of how they started in scholarly publishing, when they started J&J, and how they continue to support growth and professionalization for managing editors and across scholarly publishing. We also discuss the annual meeting season, including meetings ...…
 
a desperate scholar trying to find a teaching job to survive
 
In this session, Shaykh Muhammad Abu Bakr Ba-Dhib continues looking at the Branches of Faith from Imam Zabidi’s text “ʿIqd al-Juman fi Bayan Shuʿab al-Iman” (The Necklace of Pearls in Clarifying the Branches of Faith). He continues with the root that relates to the matters of this life. He moves on to covering the branches of faith that relate ...…
 
Cybersecurity has come a long way. But unfortunately, with every bit of progress the industry makes, threats and risks are never far behind. Especially now, in the midst of a turbulent political atmosphere, cyberattacks put everything from personal data to personal liberties at stake, leaving our government to address the biggest uncertainty of ...…
 
We love talking with scholars and thought leaders on Democracy Works, but we’d also like to bring you the everyday stories of democracy in action. This the first installment in that series. We visited the central Pennsylvania chapter of Moms Demand Action and heard how they are using the power of conversation to reframe the gun … Continue readi ...…
 
In this episode, we return to Rapture in BioShock Remastered. This is a spoiler-heavy episode in which we talk through our reactions to major events in the story and how the game and its mechanics have held up over the last decade. We also briefly cover the following games, which we’ve been playing over the past two weeks: Scythe (Rachel) Mike ...…
 
Bob Frantz in for Jimmy Barrett and Shara Fryer take you through the stories that matter on the morning of 5/24/2018, including: It's not just you: Everything really is getting more expensive. Both consumers and producers are feeling the squeeze from a healthy US economy. After years of low inflation, prices rose 1.9% in March from a year ago, ...…
 
Why hope in an age of deep cynicism and despair? Is hope naïveté or is it grounded in something real? Author and scholar, Jason Duesing joins the podcast to talk about the origins of Christian hope. He’s the provost at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and the author of the new book, Mere Hope: Life in an Age of Cynicism. We are giving aw ...…
 
There is little doubt, even amongst unbelieving scholars, that Jesus existed. There’s too great a body of evidence. Yet, many doubt His divinity. They simply can’t believe in His miraculous works, especially His resurrection. In today’s message, Pastor Ray expounds on the evidence in favor of the resurrection. Primarily the testimony of the ear ...…
 
"For many many years, I wanted to talk to somebody about it. And when [they] began to ask me, I just began to flow." Gwen Bennett, in conversation with her grandchild Ireashia Monét, about the domestic abuse and violence she experienced over the course of her life. Ruminations on that trauma are present in Monét's short films THE PEARLS YOU GAV ...…
 
In this podcast Shaykh Ismail Londt speaks about the companion Mus’ab ibn Umayr (may Allah be pleased with him). Musa’ab ibn ‘Umayr was born in both wealth and status. He was the only child to his mother. Mus’ab left all his wealth and status for Islam. He accepted Islam and was one of the forerunners of Islam, he accepted Islam three years aft ...…
 
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi K. Palaniswami presented Chithirai Tamil New Year Awards to eminent Tamil scholars and institutions that made noted contribution for the development of Tamil, its literature, grammar and related archaeology and epigraphy. Dr.Chandrika Subramanian of Australia received the literary award of World Tamil Sangam A ...…
 
Join hosts Ron McCleese (@MadDogFF) and Dave Cherney (@RoadWarrior_D) for a special Thursday edition of the Dynasty Football 101 show! This week they will be joined by special guests from around the dynasty and fantasy football community and together they will break down everything you need to know about this years NFL rookies. They participate ...…
 
Trinity Sunday: The final words if Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew introduce something entirely new into the message of God's saving presence among us: a Father, a Son, and a Holy Spirit. Presented by world-renowned biblical scholar Rev. Professor Francis J. Moloney SDB AM, Audio Divina, is a Lectio-Divina styled reflection on the gospel for Asc ...…
 
This week, U of L professor Cate Fosl talks about the life and legacy of journalist and activist Anne Braden, the failure to media to appropriately cover deadly violence against women, and much more. Notes on Episode 24: Cate Fosl’s official U of L page Cate Fosl et al, Kentucky LGBTQ Historic Narrative (PDF) Cate Fosl, Scholar-Activist of the ...…
 
Philippians 2:5-11 is considered by many scholars to be an early Christ-Hymn of instruction and worship. Pastor Jordan teaches how Jesus is the example of humility.
 
The Ark of the Covenant is a treasure chest revealed by our Lord in the Qur'an and which contains the property of the Prophet Moses and the Prophet Aaron. According to Islamic scholars, the most important feature of the Ark is that its whereabouts have been unknown since 587 BC, and it is generally accepted by them that it will be found by the ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Esther #23 If I Perish, Pastor Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages Speaker: Jim Dodson Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books Event: Teaching Date: 5/22/2018 Bible: Esther 4:13-17; Matthew ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Still Waters Revival Books is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Esther #23 If I Perish, Pastor Jim Dodson, Reformed Presbyterian Scholar Subtitle: Jim Dodson Messages Speaker: Jim Dodson Broadcaster: Still Waters Revival Books Event: Teaching Date: 5/22/2018 Bible: Esther 4:13-17; Matthew ...…
 
On this episode, I speak with Mauro Cozzi, co-founder of Researchably ( www.researchably.com ). Researchably is a biomedical search engine that uses artificial intelligence to save researchers time—Mauro says up to 90%—searching for scientific papers. I spoke with Mauro about how Researchably got started, how it helps researchers find relevant ...…
 
Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi and William Thrasher discuss Joseph: King of Dreams. A direct-to-video prequel to The Prince of Egypt, Joseph: King of Dreams retells the story of Joseph from the book of Genesis. Led by his oldest brother Judah (Mark Hamill), Joseph (Ben Affleck) is sold into slavery as a prank. After cleaning floors, suffering in a ...…
 
Van Gogh Boy to Man In this episode we delve into the mind of Van Gogh, ask the questions the World wants to know about his ear, and talk about an art find of the century. Thanks for downloading. Young Vincent Vincent Willem Van Gogh was born on March the 30th 1853 in a Village called Groot Zundert in Holland. His father was a pastor, His mothe ...…
 
In this episode, we are joined by Helen Jennings and Caitlin de Jode, who are organising a conference on ‘The Development of Abortion Rights in a Changing Europe’; the first of its kind in Cambridge. Helen, Caitlin, and their team, want to bring together scholars, activists and experts on the matter, to talk about how we can develop a meaningfu ...…
 
A conversation with scholar, writer, and teacher Nick about Anti-blackness, Riots, and Reciprocity.
 
This conference is part of a series of national events examining the all-volunteer force and democracy in America. In April 2016, the Center for the Study of the U.S. Military at the University of Kansas in collaboration with the AVF Forum hosted the first symposium on the AVF. Military experts, scholars and former defense department personnel ...…
 
Considering the importance of East Asia and the seriousness of the emerging challenges in the area, it is imperative that scholars evaluate the administration’s initial steps and make recommendations for the future. Accordingly, this workshop will offer a one-year retrospective on US-East Asian relations, with presentations by a number of schol ...…
 
This conference is part of a series of national events examining the all-volunteer force and democracy in America. In April 2016, the Center for the Study of the U.S. Military at the University of Kansas in collaboration with the AVF Forum hosted the first symposium on the AVF. Military experts, scholars and former defense department personnel ...…
 
This conference is part of a series of national events examining the all-volunteer force and democracy in America. In April 2016, the Center for the Study of the U.S. Military at the University of Kansas in collaboration with the AVF Forum hosted the first symposium on the AVF. Military experts, scholars and former defense department personnel ...…
 
This conference is part of a series of national events examining the all-volunteer force and democracy in America. In April 2016, the Center for the Study of the U.S. Military at the University of Kansas in collaboration with the AVF Forum hosted the first symposium on the AVF. Military experts, scholars and former defense department personnel ...…
 
This week, we share some quality time with Dr. Vijay Kanagala, recognize Dr. Susana Muñoz as our Scholar of the Week, discuss the policing of Black bodies, and politic about hoteps! #ImBlackYall
 
It's our first ever solo episode as we spend a happy hour detectiving and investigating all over the past with one man Guy Fawkes Night machine Tyth Panchetta. Meanwhile Morag and Chagrin are partying with all their friends, who are glad that the weird guy who usually follows the heroes around is nowhere to be seen. Chaotic Adequate is a comedy ...…
 
In this inaugural episode of Tales from the Reuther Library, Dawn Mabalon, an Associate Professor at San Francisco State University, shares her research on the life and work of Larry Itliong, a Filipino leader of California’s farm labor movement. She explains to Reuther archivist Dan Golodner the relationship between Filipino and Mexican farm w ...…
 
Migration is a signature feature of the contemporary world that preoccupies still the attention of scholars and the concern of policymakers and the broader public. Dr. Lily Balloffet sits down with Steven to discuss her research on eastern Mediterranean migrants to Argentina, her public outreach, and her interaction with the Museo de la Inmigra ...…
 
IN THIS REPEAT: Here's another previous essay chat; this one on Meditation in a Toolshed. "Meditation in a Toolshed" was the tenth essay chat William O'Flaherty did back in 2012. Dr. Bruce Edwards, Professor Emeritus of English and Africana Studies at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, is the guest for this discussion. "Meditation in a Too ...…
 
At the fiftieth anniversary of the Memphis Sanitation Workers’ Strike, the Poor People’s Movement, and the assassination of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I invited two activist-scholars involved in the New Poor People’s Movement to talk about popular education and movement building for social change. In Part 1, Willie and Colleen talk a ...…
 
Over the past decade, Sydney has become one of the least affordable places in the world to buy a house. Indigenous architect Joel Spring comes into the studio to chat about gentrification and its impact on local communities in Redfern and Waterloo.Later, we welcome in author and race scholar Randa Abdel-Fattah to talk about the escalating Israe ...…
 
What was Italy’s role in the Holocaust? Why is it that Italy is known as the Axis power that was benevolent to Jews, despite a scholarly consensus that many Italians actively participated in anti-Jewish persecution? In Italy’s Jews from Emancipation …
 
In this episode, Dr. Jessica Lopez Lyman recalls her earliest memories of learning and the resulting availability of new worlds and possibilities. She centralizes this question for our deep consideration in order to imagine ideal conditions for a better tomorrow: “What do you want?” She directly connects the act of manifesting, something as sim ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from FreeGraceRadio.com is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: God's Prophet and His Message Speaker: Don Fortner Broadcaster: FreeGraceRadio.com Event: Sunday - PM Date: 5/20/2018 Bible: Isaiah 13:1-24:1 Length: 42 min. Overview: The prophet is never popular. His name is honored in heaven. And h ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from FreeGraceRadio.com is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: God's Prophet and His Message Speaker: Don Fortner Broadcaster: FreeGraceRadio.com Event: Sunday - PM Date: 5/20/2018 Bible: Isaiah 13:1-24:1 Length: 42 min. Overview: The prophet is never popular. His name is honored in heaven. And h ...…
 
Hello today i am delighted to have on my show "Joe Atwill" as we discuss Joe's 2006 book Caesar’s Messiah.The book and Documentray has created a big stir in the religious and scholarly fields of Christianity the book re-examines the relationship between the Roman Empire and the founding of Christianity and questions the legitimacy of the histor ...…
 
Hebrews 11 has been coined by many New Testament scholars as the “Hall of Faith” because of its many references to various heroes of faith from the Old Testament; people like Abraham, Noah, and Moses. However, in verse 31 of Hebrews 11, the author mentioned the prostitute Rahab who was known for one act of faith. Yet, she was listed in Hebrews ...…
 
Christian rants about the campus tour 911 call at CSU and MoniJ drops knowledge on the influence of the tobacco industry in Wyoming. Then we welcome educational equity scholar Giovianna Burrell to talk about her upbringing in Wyoming and her Colloquy for Black Women that she recently held in Cheyenne.…
 
Mike and Rob got side stories on side stories on side stories this week. But Mike refuses to spoil anything about Deadpool 2, so go see it!
 
In our fourth week episode, Theo talks to the Reverend Nicholas King. Among the topics discussed are the work of the Jesuits, his work translating the bible, and how we engage young people in religious studies.
 
Rabban Sauma is the title of this Episode, Part 1. So — there I was, walking through the Genghis Khan exhibit at the Reagan Library, reading the various offerings on the Great Khan and Mongols – a subject that as a student of history I find fascinating when I came upon an offering that launched an investigation. It spoke of a Nestorian priest w ...…
 
Surah Al Munafiqun is the 63rd Surah of the Holy Quran. The meaning of Al Munafiqun is the Hypocrites, which is from the root word nifaq, which means hypocrisy. Generally, we have learned that this Surah was revealed for three main reasons: There were Munafiq individuals at the time of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and we should know of them, Alla ...…
 
Show Summary: Who is the free man beyond the wall? Well, that’s none other than Mance Rayder. Mance has recently released his newest book “The Kids are Not Alright”, and believe it or not his book was inspired by memes. Johnny Rocket and Larissa Long discuss with Mance that kids are being brainwashed into socialist and communist propaganda, and ...…
 
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