Best acgm podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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We discuss the things that matter to gamers with no filter and no quarter given. Got something to add, contact us at Angrycentaurgaming@gmail.com or Angrycentaurgaming on youtube.
 
A weekly comic book podcast reviewing all the latest issues from DC, Marvel, Image, Archie, Dark Horse and more. Hosted by Andrew Levins and Siobhan Coombs for Kings Comics in Sydney.
 
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In each segment of Compliance Studio, John J. Byrne, ACAMS executive vice president, sits down with experts in the anti-money laundering and financial crime prevention fields to discuss important and timely topics related to this ever-evolving industry.
 
Off Panel is a weekly interview show where host David Harper welcomes guests from comics and beyond to talk the stories behind what they do.
 
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Guided Meditations from or based on A Course in Miracles and given by Yasuko Kasaki before a live audience at CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing).
 
We love all things Nerd. That includes Comic Books, TV Shows, Movies, Games and more. We will be reviewing some of your favorite shows like The Flash, Arrow, Agents of Shield and more. Along with new movies and games. We will also give you History of episodes on some of your favoire Comic Book characters and do Book of the Month clubs on some great comic book series. This is the perfect show for people who only watch comic book movies and TV Shows as well as hardcore nerds who live and breat ...
 
Join us weekly as we discuss comics, interview creators and industry workers, and inform you of special news in the comic world. Check back every Wednesday for a sneak peak.
 
Link, Andrew, Arya talk about this week's comic books and what they're excited about.
 
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We offer a daily Lesson Meditation in our MiraclesOne Phone Room. These were recorded and are made available to you to use in your practice. All 365 Lessons are now available!Join our Workbook Facebook Group - https://www.facebook.com/groups/MiraclesOneWorkbook/Daily Lesson Meditation Phone Call Joining9 am Eastern/8 am CentralConference Number: (760) 569-7171Participants Code: 525537Skype: miraclesoneconference, then enter Participants CodeWebsite: www.miraclesone.org
 
Australia's Brief 166th top Comedy Podcast. Formerly recorded in a Comic Store after hours, a group of nerds with nothing better to do learn about each other whilst also complaining about everything around them in nothing but pure tangent thoughts. Video Games, Cosplay, Anime, Wrestling; if it's something you'd get bullied for in high school, you bet we talk about it.Your Hosts are:DevonRedbeard(Paul)(Kris)Contact us at: dudesafterhours@gmail.com
 
Join Paul broccolo, Heath Wilcock, and me (Anthony Thornton) as we talk about all things comics! Listen as we talk to some of our nerdy friends about their favorite (and least favorite) characters and titles. We also introduce and interview some of our non-nerds friends to the wonderful world of comic books! We will talk about the movies, TV shows, books, video games, action figures, and really whatever else we feel like talking about!
 
These 365 Meditations are designed to do in order, focusing on NO more then one a day for a year. They go in correspondence to each lesson of 'A Course in Miracles'. - - - Please wear headphones or loud surround-sound stereo - - - - - - These are a small part of a much more intensive course designed to bring about Multi-Dimensional Experiences and the Transcendence to them. Ascend this time, with a teacher who has. - - - Enroll today @ www.OpenandClear.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ...
 
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Lindsey Metselaar is a food blogger @dontexpectsalads, CEO of @lindseyslunchbox, and creator of @wemetatacme, a podcast on millennial dating in NYC. We live in a generation of suppressing and not expressing. This podcast touches on subjects that we don't talk about, but we all want to know about. We Met At Acme delves into sex, relationships and vulnerability, with some hilarious anecdotes along the way.
 
Higher education, news and information about comic books.
 
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"A Year with the Text"Join us as we study the Text in A Course in Miracles.Email group, Facebook group and weekly study group. See our website for details.Website: www.miraclesone.orgMiraclesOne Center for ACIMMany resources for you and for free!Your donation makes this possible!
 
"Dance music changed my life two decades ago, now i'm returning the favour"...Long time lover of EDM, clubbing connoisseur and collector of music.My personal style is an exciting blend of House and Techno, keeping the soul alive in electronic dance music while exploring past and present sonic soundscapes.All my mixes are available for download as 320kbps MP3 if you so wish to. Enjoy!
 
A verity of our most popular programs which are available along with many other ENLIGHTENING programs @ www.OpenandClear.com -----------Joining Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne on his sharing from beyond the veil of death and liberation of all pain and suffering.
 
It’s the Read A Comic Podcast – Listen for new episodes every other Monday!
 
From the Swamp we review Comic books and movies!
 
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ACM records propagates music services with integrity. This feed gives the latest events, interviews, music from our label.
 
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Podcast by CGM TV
 
A comic book podcast, for every level of nerd.
 
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Here the CEO of AC Marketing, Anthony Corralejo talks with some of the most influential business owners, health coaches, and roles models alike. Seeking to uncover the attributes behind financial freedom and true happiness, we dig deep into our Mentors success stories. Tune in as we take on the journey to overcome the daily struggles of life and business with the power of education and experience.
 
Improving your company organization & development
 
ACM Future of Computing Academy
 
'Wednesday' is a show where we discuss all things comics, comic book movies, and the greater surrounding culture. We have diverse panel with lot's of perspectives which leads to a lot of fun discussions.
 
A weekly podcast about what’s hot and what’s not in comics. It’s kind of like Oprah’s book club for nerds.
 
ALL PREVIOUS LESSONS AVAILABLE @ www.OpenandClear.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Continuing the *ORIGINAL* iTunes hosted "A Course in Miracles" podcast, now with a new-to-the-world co-host; Atreyu Daxton. Rev. Devan Byrne has returned from his five year vision quest/service mission with new, first-hand, insist and experience beyond physicality, the ego and the dream. Relating the teachings of "ACIM" to his personal, easy to comprehend, experience of these T ...
 
Join our stalwart heroes as they delve into the strange and exciting world of comics, manga, graphic literature, and other sequential art forms (we draw the line at cave paintings ... maybe).GASP at the latest and sometimes weirdest news from both the West and the East. THRILL with reviews of the best (and often worst), comics and manga stories around. INSERT APPROPRIATE COMIC BOOK NOISES as your hosts get easily distracted and spend half the show talking about that time Captain America was ...
 
This is the meetings for the CSUS Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery
 
A videoblog/podcast showing what life is like as a professional comedian making people laugh throughout the country. Follow Rob Paravonian as he plays clubs, colleges, one-nighters, vaudeville shows, and showcases.
 
Odd Jobs is a comic caper love story about Mountie women and layabout men, house and family, script-writers and cat-burglars. A modern tale of movie magic in the wrong hands: the Big Lebowski meets Elmore Leonard's niece.
 
"A Year with the Manual for Teachers and Supplements"Join us as we study the Manual for Teachers and the two Supplements- "The Song of Prayer" and the "Psychotherapy: Purpose, Process and Practice" in A Course in Miracles.Website: www.miraclesone.orgMiraclesOne Center for ACIMMany resources for you and for free!Your donation makes this possible!
 
Odd Jobs - a podcast novel - is a comic caper love story about Mountie women and layabout men, house and family, script-writers and cat-burglars. A modern tale of movie magic in the wrong hands: the Big Lebowski meets Elmore Leonard's niece. Visit karlmeade.com for yet more sizzling prose.
 
No one stays dead for long in comic books and our passion for talking about them never dies.
 
Neurology residency directors discuss reactions and adjustments to the ACGME’s 2011 work duty hour changes.
 
Working comic and Stress Factory Comedy Club owner Vinnie Brand takes you behind the scenes of his life as a husband, father of six, comic, club owner, school board member, and sheep farmer. Along with co-host producer, and long time friend Anthony Villa, we'll cover topics like history of The Stress Factory comedy club, what it's like to hang with the nations funniest comics, current events, movies, marriage and much much more. If you know Vinnie then you'll love this insiders look at what ...
 
‘Graphic Wieners - A comic book podcast’ is a monthly comic book and graphic novel book club. We discuss some of the best - or worst, depending on the Wiener’s opinion - comic book and graphic novels throughout the art form. Expect deep feelings, candid opinions and sketchy knowledge (with the odd health update thrown in). Each issue will focus on one book but the conversation will spin off in many directions, including some of the latest news within the industry and movies. We ask you all t ...
 
Dayton Ohio's number two podcast for all things comicbook, movie & general pop-crap related.
 
VCast is a podcast by and for members of EnterVOID.com. It has gone through many iterations and been run by a variety of members, from the original site creators to regular staff members to non-staff just stepping up to participate and improve the site.
 
We are Kyle, Sean, Jordan and Tobin, and this is Trades N' Tirades. Join us at the A Table, where we rant, rave and review graphic novels from DC, Marvel, Image and a host other amazing publishers. Follow us everywhere @tradesntirades and tradesntirades@gmail.com. We want to hear from you, and are open to your ideas! Send us a message and give us a listen, use maple syrup, and read all the graphic novels!
 
Film Dispenser: Logan Polk covers Comic Books, Comic Book News in a conversational style with his cohost Greg.
 
The official website of Cody O'Dell
 
Learn More @ www.OpenandClear.com - - - - - - - - - Recorded Live on "ACIM Gather" a chat-room for the public who loves the teachings of "A Course in Miracles". These teachings are not for the new to spirituality, only the advancing soul would recognize their truth. Anyone hoping to maintain the illusionary world, will find them hard to accept, and believe there is a justification to rejecting them.
 
GM Jr. Scouting is a show hosted by real scouts who talk about real scouting based on real film evaluation. We are passionate about the game and base everything we do on the film we actually see.
 
Just Drawn That Way’s intent is to provide a talk program-style venue for discussing a variety of topics relating to comics in a fun and accessible way. These are recorded live from the radio show.
 
The ACM Awards is the GRAMMYs of country music, and in this five episode podcast series Houston's Morning Bull team will break down the nominees in the biggest categories.
 
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He's lived with type 1 for more than 56 years and was one of the first people ever to use an insulin pump and later a CGM. In fact, Yerachmiel Altman was one of the first people to make the switch from two shots a day to what we now call multiple daily injections (MDI) almost 40 years ago. Altman is an engineer and computer scientist who worked ...…
 
Joanne Schwartzberg MD is Scholar-in-Residence for the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). Her career is filled with important accomplishments including many years of teaching, writing, researching, and creating healthcare policy. In my opinion, it’s also thanks in large part to Dr. Schwartzberg’s leadership at the Ame ...…
 
The ACGME voted this year to change the rules on work hour restrictions, allowing interns to work up to 24 hour shifts with an additional four hours of transitions in care--an increase from the 16 hour shift restriction that was previously in place. How can you stay resilient going into your intern year with this change?…
 
In this episode, Raj Gupta (@dr_rajgupta) and Eric Schwenk (@ESchwenkMD) discuss the origins and implications of the new ACGME accredited Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine Fellowship with Ed Mariano (@EMARIANOMD) from the VA Palo Alto and Stanford University, Jaime Baratta (@jattarab) from Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia ...…
 
Whether you've seen him on Freeform as one of the leading men of "Baby Daddy," or remember him from his Hollywood debut on The Hills, chances are you've run into Derek Theler. Derek has been a T1D since he was three years old, and from the very start he was determined that it would not keep him from living the life he wanted. Derek was actually ...…
 
Today the ACGME (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) made the reckless decision to increase work hours to 28-hour shifts for new doctors. Here are the catastrophic consequences of their decision.
 
Guest Contributors:Mark Sellmyer, MD, PhD, is the current radiology chief resident at the Hospital of the University of PennsylvaniaPhil Mulugeta, MD, is the former chief resident and current nuclear radiology fellow at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
 
Dr. Michael Epter, program director and recipient of the ACGME Parker J. Palmer Courage to Teach Award , provides a guide for evaluating syncope in the emergency department. This talk was originally recorded on 9/30/2015.Please note the views and opinions expressed in this recording do not represent the position of Maricopa Integrated Health Sy ...…
 
Diabetes is rough right? Even with a CGM and around the clock basal insulin from a pump, most days are still a grind! But staggeringly, across the globe insulin prices are accounting for up to 40% of monthly expenses, and people are walking 100 miles to get a prescription. Elizabeth Rowley, founder of T1International, is […] The post Everyone D ...…
 
Dr. Armitage is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, as well as Program Director of the Department of Internal Medicine at University Hospitals Case Medical Center in Cleveland, OH. Dr. Armitage completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Kansas in 1981 ...…
 
Illegal questions are always a hot topic surrounding interviews. As you all know, the NRMP sets very strict communication rules surrounding the Match process, and have very specific requirements of what constitutes “legal” communication. From the proverbial horse’s mouth, the NRMP Code of Conduct reads: “To promote the highest ethical standards ...…
 
Today I’ll continue the series of questions you need to ask programs with three more areas of focus. Remember that each and every program will have some time for you to ask THEM questions. Not asking anything makes you come across as uninterested, asking something you can look up online makes you look like you didn’t do your homework, and askin ...…
 
I was happy to see this announcement the other day:UCSF to Train Residents in Lean Management and Process ImprovementFrom the announcement:“UC San Francisco will train medical residents and fellows in Lean management principles, as part of a broader institutional commitment to continuous quality improvement. The effort is being supported in par ...…
 
I was happy to see this announcement the other day:UCSF to Train Residents in Lean Management and Process ImprovementFrom the announcement:“UC San Francisco will train medical residents and fellows in Lean management principles, as part of a broader institutional commitment to continuous quality improvement. The effort is being supported in par ...…
 
Let’s continue breaking down some common questions you will experience on the interview trail. Dr. Mike Olson and I will discuss what we think the “question behind the question” is, and what programs are looking for in an answer. Questions about previous patient cases. For example: What was the most interesting surgical procedure you scrubbed o ...…
 
After being awake 24 hours straight, where’s your head at? Will it be ready for life or death decisions? The ACGME—the accrediting body for residency training in the U.S.—first adopted duty hour restrictions in 2003. In 2011, the ACGME introduced a 16-hour shift limit for first-year residents. The ACGME also granted nearly 190 waivers to certai ...…
 
In true countdown style, this season we’ll release one podcast each week for the 40 weeks leading up to Match Day. This is season 1 episode 4 - now 37 weeks to go until Match Day 2017. Let’s get started: We got some feedback about poor audio quality in the first few episodes, so I upgraded the microphone and added a pop filter - hopefully it is ...…
 
Dexcom has released a few new studies about how people use their continuous glucose monotoring systems. Stacey talks about them with Tomas Walker, Dexcom’s Director of Clinical Projects and a certified diabetes educator. The two studies, released at the American Diabetes Association's Scientific Sessions look at how people use a CGM in the real ...…
 
Bennet and Lorraine talk about an article published at A Sweet Life entitled "The People who 'Get' Diabetes." The article addresses the understanding and empathy that many encounter when a family has a diabetes diagnosis. Bennet and Lorraine share their own experiences with emphasis on a school setting and how they've approached people with var ...…
 
Drs Jon Hultman, Michael Cornelison & Steven Wan all past presidents of the California Podiatric Medical Association and members of the Task Force To attain a plenary license (a medical license), an MD must also complete an ACGME accredited residency. To attain a podiatric license, a DPM must also complete a CPME approved podiatric residency. […]…
 
Dr. Ed Damiano is the developer of the bionic pancreas, a closed-loop system that uses a pump and a CGM to automate delivery of insulin as well as glucagon currently in clinical trials. Dr. Damiano got the idea for a dual-chambered system when his son was diagnosed with type 1 at the very young age of 11 months. Dr. Damiano talks to Stacey abou ...…
 
Additional Qualification Designation Codes or AQDs are 3 letter codes that: Identify special skills required by a billet. Identify a qualification awarded to an officer for serving in a specially coded billet. In other words, they are tools used by Navy Personnel Command (PERS) to assign officers to billets. They also serve another purpose, tho ...…
 
Session 158 In today's episode, Ryan talks with fellow physician-podcaster, Dr. Paddy Barrett who is the man behind the podcast The Doctor Paradox. Dr. Barrett is from Ireland and somewhat considers himself as a "medical nomad" having done various medical school training and internship in medicine and surgery in Ireland, cardiothoracic surgical ...…
 
Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer talks about the Dexcom/Google collaboration, pump integration, Android and iOS/CGM in the Cloud issues, Medicare, Medicaid, Adhesive concerns.... Basically EVERYTHING diabetes and CGM related that you want to know about! If you are a continous glucose monitor user or considering becoming one - do not miss this episode of ...…
 
Dr. Alice Hon, a spinal cord injury fellow at Kessler Institute and a member of the AAP Residents and Fellows Council, interviews Dr. Brian Greenwald, the Medical Director of Center for Head Injuries and the Associate Medical Director of JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute. Podcast Overview Dr. Hon and Dr. Greenwald will discuss: Reasons to co ...…
 
Dr. Alice Hon, a spinal cord injury fellow at Kessler Institute and a member of the AAP Residents and Fellows Council, interviews Dr. Sunil Sabharwal, Director of the Harvard Medical School/VA/Spaulding Spinal Cord Injury Fellowship Program, and Chief of Spinal Cord Injury at the VA Boston Healthcare System. Podcast Overview During the podcast, ...…
 
Dr. Alice Hon, a spinal cord injury fellow at Kessler Institute and a member of the AAP Residents and Fellows Council, interviews Dr. Susan Garstang, MD did her residency in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, did a spinal cord injury fellowship at Kessler Institute. She spent six years at UT Southwest ...…
 
Interview with Mitesh S. Patel, MD, MBA, MS, author of Association of the 2011 ACGME Resident Duty Hour Reforms With Mortality and Readmissions Among Hospitalized Medicare Patients
 
Session 102 In today’s episode, Ryan talks with Neal Christopher, a current 3rd year medical student at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific. A non-traditional medical student, Neil has switched careers after working as a minister for several years. Being tech savvy and having had experience work ...…
 
Dr. Alice Hon, a spinal cord injury fellow at Kessler Institute and a member of the AAP Residents and Fellows Council, interviews Dr. Michael Mallow, assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the Sidney Kimmel College of Medicine of Thomas Jefferson University about Sports Medicine vs. Sports and Spine Fellowships. Pod ...…
 
Summary of the June 3 issue, including articles on the patient-centered medical home, colorectal cancer screening, atrial fibrillation, and heart failure readmissions, as well as an update in endocrinology, the USPSTF recommendation statement on screening for cognitive impairment, and commentaries about the FDA's premarket approval supplement p ...…
 
Summary of the June 3 issue, including articles on the patient-centered medical home, colorectal cancer screening, atrial fibrillation, and heart failure readmissions, as well as an update in endocrinology, the USPSTF recommendation statement on screening for cognitive impairment, and commentaries about the FDA's premarket approval supplement p ...…
 
Dr. Allan Detsky is a Professor in the Department of Medicine and the Institute for Health Policy Management and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Managing Editor of the Journal. S.D. Halpern and A.S. Detsky. Becoming a Physician: Graded Autonomy in Medical Education - Managing Things That Go Bu ...…
 
Dr. Eileen Reynolds is the Residency Program Director in Internal Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Managing Editor of the Journal. T.J. Nasca, K.B. Weiss, and J.P. Bagian. Improving Clinical Learning Environments for Tomorrow's Physicians. N Engl J Med 2014;370:991-3.…
 
In this episode, Josh follows up on his approach to evaluating residencies. He talks about looking at board pass rates and the tricky proposition of asking about accreditation status. Jason and Josh then get into a snarky blog post Josh wrote about a recent study evaluating the value of infectious diseases doctors. Links for this episode: Ameri ...…
 
Session 39 In this episode, Ryan and Allison discuss a controversial topic, which is huge in residency today, specifically the residency work hour restrictions. Even if you're still a premed, you need to understand that the amount of time residents work currently is much less than it used to be. As the house staff, residents practically live in ...…
 
Session 25 In today's episode, Ryan and Allison talk about the 5 keys to successful internship after med school and remember their experiences being interns. A Johns Hopkins study illustrated that residents only spend about 12% of their time with patients which is a pretty crazy thing considering you're going to be in the hospital for 16 hours ...…
 
Summary of the April 2, 2013 issue, including articles on employer-based financial incentives for weight loss, long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, discontinuation of statins, medical management for prevention of recurrent nephrolithiasis, and comparative studies of diagnostic test accuracy, as well as commentaries on infection contr ...…
 
Summary of the April 2, 2013 issue, including articles on employer-based financial incentives for weight loss, long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, discontinuation of statins, medical management for prevention of recurrent nephrolithiasis, and comparative studies of diagnostic test accuracy, as well as commentaries on infection contr ...…
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://hotaudiobook.com/free Title: Beyond FingersticksSubtitle: The Art of Control with Continuous Glucose MonitoringAuthor: William Lee DuboisNarrator: Kevin PierceFormat: UnabridgedLength: 3 hrs and 20 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 03-29-13Publisher: Red Blood Cell BooksRatings: 5 ...…
 
Session 15 In this episode, Ryan speaks with David Koenecke, the Assistant Vice President of Admissions at A.T. Still University's Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (KCOM). KCOM is the first osteopathic medical school in the world and today, David shares with us how the institution is keeping up with the changes in technology. Listen i ...…
 
One of the ACGME core competencies is "Practice Based Learning and Improvement." One of the best ways to do this is through patient follow up and self reflection. In this case conference, I talk about how faollow up and self reflection have helped me, and why every resident should be doing this routinely.…
 
The Lost In PreMed Podcast "Trading In Tights For Scrubs – Part I" Episode 0011 A Quick Look Back ~ An update on DO & MD residencies from Episode 0011 ~ The ACGME is working on restructuring their accreditation process ~ Along with the AOA and AACOM, an effort is being made to create on unifying accreditation body ~ Which out the ACGME website ...…
 
In this episode of the Blogging Diabetes Podcast I catch up on some topics that I wanted to circle back on like: farm raised vs. wild caught fish and ketones. Also in this episode I talk a little bit about how nice it may be to have a pump vacation like Kerri did recently though I know it would be short lived like my brief stints without a CGM. ...…
 
Bradley W. Carpentier, MD, is in private practice in Austin, Texas. He is Board Certified in both Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine by the American Board of Anesthesiology. After earning his medical degree from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Dr. Carpentier completed an Internal Medicine internship at Methodist Medic ...…
 
In this episode: Jon's article examines The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education's (AGME) 'toolbox': asssessment tools developed to address the transition to a curriculum designed around defined objectives that a resident must meet in order to successfully complete a residency training program, Length: 10:05 min Authors: Green, ...…
 
Jon presents the editorial “The ACGME Toolbox: Half empty or half full?” by Green and Holmboe from Academic Medicine. Authors: Green, M.L.; Holmboe, E.; Journal: Academic Medicine; May 2010; Length: 10:05 min; Episode 4
 
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