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Knocked Up star Katherine Heigl has dismissed reports she is to quit Grey's Anatomy, insisting her Hollywood career comes second to her role in the hit TV show. The 29-year-old made her big-screen breakthrough in Judd Apatow's 2007 romantic comedy and has since been hailed by critics as the next Julia Roberts.
It had been feared Heigl would abandon the medical drama in order to take advantage of her considerable film success, but she insists she's looking forward to returning to her TV role as Dr. Isobel Stevens and won't be leaving just yet.
She says, "When I come back to Grey's, I am actually really excited. After nine months a year for four years, of course you're going to think, 'I want to be someone else for a while.' I landed really good things and I did them in my breaks. It broke up the monotony of the character and I'm very, very grateful for opportunities. But Grey's is such a good cast. Everybody is amazing."
Turtles are creatures of habit, it seems, after one was caught smoking.
The pet can finish a cigarette in four minutes after it started smoking butts discarded by its owner, Li Yun.
'If I don't let it smoke, it swims around crazily in its little pond, scratching the sides,' he added.
Animal charities criticised Mr Yun, of Kouqian, Shanxi province, for publicising its habit.
KEY BISCAYNE -- Andy Roddick's official web site announced today that he is engaged to Brooklyn Decker, the American swim suit model.
I guess you have to assume this is Roddick talking. It IS his official web site. But you know us news guys. We'll wait for the presumptive groom to utter the words in the flesh.
And speaking of flesh. . .Maybe I've been hanging around tennis too long, but I had no idea what a Brooklyn Decker is or was. I thought it might be a sandwich. You know, like a double decker. So I googled and, hey, there she is. In the flesh, as it were.
"We are thrilled to announce that Andy and Brooklyn Decker are engaged to be married," his web site read. I'm not sure who "we" are, but I suspect Ginger Roddick, his sister-in-law, probably wrote the copy. She does a lot of Andy's P.R. "Andy proposed in early March. The couple wanted to tell their family and close friends first but good news travels fast. By the time Andy arrived in Miami for the Sony Ericsson Open, the tournament was bustling with the news.
"The couple met in New York City last year and have been dating since. With their hectic travel schedules, Andy and Brooklyn plan to enjoy their engagement and will wait to set a wedding date."
So that's it. At age 25, Roddick is engaged and they'll probably eventually decide to do this in late November or December, after the season.
Roddick was already something of a U.S. sports personality, but it's curious how your association with some gorgeous model or actress takes your popularity above the level of the sport with which you're associated and makes you bigger than life.
above: Brooklyn Decker (right) poses with fellow Sports Illustrated 2008 Swimsuit Issue models, from left, Tori Praver, Oluchi Onweagba and Julie Henderson, Feb., 12, 2008. (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)
Just one sausage a day could dramatically increase the risk of bowel cancer, experts say (picture posed by model)
One sausage a day can significantly raise the risk of bowel cancer, one of the deadliest forms of the disease, experts have warned.
Eating 1.8oz (50g) of processed meat a day - the equivalent of one sausage or three rashers of bacon - raises the likelihood of the cancer by a fifth, research shows.
The sobering statistic adds to growing evidence that too much meat in the diet can be deadly.
Bowel cancer claims 16,000 lives a year in Britain, with lung cancer the only form of the disease which kills more.
However, fewer than one in three Britons is aware of the danger posed by favourite foods such as bacon and sausages, the World Cancer Research Fund warned.
Professor Martin Wiseman, the charity's medical and scientific adviser, said: "We are more sure now than ever before that eating processed meat increases your risk of bowel cancer and this is why WCRF recommends that people avoid eating it.
"The evidence is that whether you are talking about bacon, ham or pastrami, the safest amount to eat is none at all.
"When you consider that eating 50g of processed meat a day can increase your risk of bowel cancer by about a fifth, it is clear that you can make a positive difference by cutting out as much as possible."
Processed meats - those preserved by smoking, salting and any other method apart from freezing - include bacon, ham, pastrami, salami and hot dogs.
Sausages, hamburgers and mince fall into the bracket if they have been preserved with salt or chemical additives.
Those who can't bear to cut out processed meats will still benefit from eating smaller quantities, said Professor Wiseman.
"We do recommend that people avoid it completely, but it is not a case of all or nothing," he added.
"Cutting down the amount of processed meat you eat can also reduce your risk of developing bowel cancer.
"But we need to do more to get this message across because if two-thirds of people don't know about the link between processed meat and bowel cancer, then they are not in a position to be able to make informed decisions about whether to eat it or not."
A survey of 2,000 Britons carried out for the World Cancer Research Fund ahead of the start of Bowel Cancer Awareness month tomorrow found that only 30 per cent were aware of processed meat's role in the disease.
The poll follows a landmark report from the charity last year which blamed putting on weight, drinking and a whole range of everyday foods, including processed meats, for causing cancer.
Among the findings of the analysis of thousands of studies on lifestyle and cancer was that small amounts of processed meat raise the risk of bowel cancer by 20 per cent.
Processed meats may also trigger cancer in the prostate, lung, stomach and oesophagus.
The analysis, published last November, also found that red meat raises the risk of the disease, but to a lesser extent.
Both types of meat can be high in fat and iron, both of which are linked to cancer.
However, processing raises levels of cancer-causing chemicals called N-nitroso compounds, making bacon, sausages and the like more deadly.
It is estimated that if everyone cut down on red and processed meat, one in ten cases of bowel cancer could be prevented.
The charity's warning coincides with the discovery of three genetic flaws behind bowel cancer, taking the number of known mutations to seven.
Pinpointing more rogue genes could lead to the development of a genetic test for the disease.
Edinburgh University researcher Professor Malcolm Dunlop said: "It is important to catch bowel cancer at an early stage when it is more likely to be treated successfully."
Meat is a good source of protein as well as vitamins B and D and minerals such as iron and zinc.
However, these benefits have to be balanced against increasing evidence that red and processed meats raise the risk of cancers including bowel cancer.
Experts say red meat need not be eaten every day and that 18oz (500g) a week in cooked weight (or 27oz/750g uncooked weight) is sufficient.
That is the equivalent of three steaks, although the definition of red meat covers pork and lamb as well as beef.
Processed meat's stronger links to bowel cancer have led to advice that it should be avoided altogether.
The World Cancer Research Fund advises that any meat bought should be as lean as possible, with any visible fat trimmed before cooking.
Fish, low-fat poultry and plant sources of protein such as beans or lentils are convenient and healthy alternatives to red meat.
When making a chilli with mince, the quantity of meat can be halved and extra kidney beans added in its place.
Chops or sausages can be swapped for fish, with a chicken or tuna sandwich providing a healthy alternative to bacon.
Diets rich in fish and fibre-loaded fruit and vegetables may also cut the risk of the cancer, as could cutting down on alcohol, exercising more and losing weight.
Bowel cancer is one of the most easily treated cancers if caught early.
However, embarrassment over discussing tell-tale signs such as diarrhoea or rectal bleeding leads to thousands of victims a year not seeking help until it is too late.
The disease is most prevalent in the over-60s and is slightly more common in women than men.
Women have a one in 18 risk of bowel cancer in their lifetime, while for men the figure is one in 20.
DUBLIN - Flybe has given the term low-fare airline an entirely new meaning: it is paying 172 people to fly back and forth across England and the Irish Sea to help it meet a target for passenger numbers at Norwich airport.
Flybe was narrowly falling short of a target to deliver at least 15,000 passengers on the Dublin-Norwich route in the 12 months ending on Monday, which meant it would have to forego a 280,000 pound ($550,000) rebate from the airport.
After the airport rejected a request for a partial rebate for almost hitting the target, Flybe hired 172 temps for 30-40 pounds each, plus a free bar and in-flight entertainment, though it admitted "it probably sounds like an early April fool."
But Richard Jenner, managing director of the airport in eastern England, called the British carrier's move "ludicrous" and said the target had to be met by regular fare-paying passengers.
"The ludicrousness is on the Norwich side who in essence have tried to hold us to ransom, putting at risk routes into Norwich," Flybe Chief Commercial Officer Mike Rutter replied in a joint interview with Jenner on Irish public broadcaster RTE.
A man in Canada has been jailed for approaching seven different women and asking them to kick him in the groin.
Jarrett Loft, 28, of Guelph, Ontario, approached the women over a period in April and May last year, requesting that they kick him in the groin.
One woman, who said she was scared of what Loft would do if she refused, complied, kicking him repeatedly in the privates. Loft then thanked her, and cycled away on his bike. Which can't have been easy, given that he'd just been kicked in the nads.
Loft told the court that he had been acting out of curiosity.
Sentencing him to 60 days in jail, to be served at weekends, Judge Bruce Frazer expressed dissatisfaction that the presentencing report failed to shed any light on why Loft wanted to be kicked in the goolies. 'It's remarkable for what it doesn't say,' he harrumphed.
In addition to the 60 days in jail, Loft has been banned from parks, schoolyards and playgrounds, and from accessing the internet.
LOS ANGELES - Heather Mills soon will be back in front of the cameras. The former Mrs. Paul McCartney, who recently wrapped up a very public divorce from the ex-Beatle, is among the celebrity judges just announced for the upcoming Miss USA Pageant.
Other judges for the April 11 competition include actor/comedian Rob Schneider, actor/musician Joey Fatone, actress Kristian Alfonso, Olympic-champion swimmer Amanda Beard, actress Kelly Carlson and San Diego Chargers linebacker Shawne Merriman.
Donny and Marie Osmond will host the telecast of the 57th annual pageant, aired live from Las Vegas on NBC.
Contestants from 50 states and the District of Columbia will be judged in the swimsuit, evening gown and interview categories.
ScienceDaily (Mar. 30, 2008) — On March 26, 2008, surgeons at UC San Diego Medical Center removed an inflamed appendix through a patient's vagina, a first in the United States. Following the 50-minute procedure, the patient, Diana Schlamadinger, reported only minor discomfort. Removal of diseased organs through the body's natural openings offers patients a rapid recovery, minimal pain, and no scarring. Key to these surgical clinical trials is collaboration with medical device companies to develop new minimally-invasive tools.
The procedure, called Natural Orifice Translumenal Endoscopic Surgery (NOTES), involves passing surgical instruments through a natural orifice, such as the mouth or vagina, to remove a diseased organ such as an appendix or gallbladder. Only one incision is made through the belly button for the purpose of inserting a two millimeter camera into the abdominal cavity so the surgeons can safely access the surgical site.
Santiago Horgan, M.D., director of the UC San Diego Center for the Future of Surgery, is a world leader in minimally invasive surgeries, having performed 14 of these scarless NOTES procedures in the U.S. and Argentina. Horgan cites the critical role of biotechnology companies in bringing NOTES devices into the operating room for clinical trials.
"The path to innovation is dynamic, requiring quick response from the companies developing the tools," said Horgan, president of the Minimally Invasive Robotics Association. "Partnership with industry keeps us rolling from one success to another. The evolution of surgery to incisionless techniques is on the horizon."
By avoiding major incisions through the abdomen, patients may experience a quicker recovery with less pain while reducing the risk of post operative hernias. This procedure received approval for a limited number of patients by UC San Diego's Institutional Review Board (IRB) which oversees clinical research.
"The UC San Diego Center for the Future of Surgery is investigating and refining techniques that are rapidly transforming the world of surgery," said Mark A. Talamini, M.D., professor and chair of the Department of Surgery at UC San Diego Medical Center. "Imagine a day when surgery requires no incisions or just one tiny incision that is only millimeters in length. Scarless, painless techniques are what the UCSD Center for the Future of Surgery is setting the stage for right this minute. Patients deserve it."
Schlamadinger, a third-year graduate student at UC San Diego working toward her Ph.D. in chemistry, reported her pain as a '1' or a '0.5' on a scale of 1 to 10, with 1 being the lowest. The opportunity to participate in the clinical trial was attractive to the scientist in her.
"The surgery appealed to me because the work and study I do every day relates to science research and discovery," said Schlamadinger. "I understand the need for these trials to provide patients new information and new procedures."
This is the fourth NOTES surgery that UC San Diego Medical Center has performed. The first surgery took place in September 2007 and the most recent on March 26, 2008.
Talamini will assume the position of President of the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) in Philadelphia the second week of April 2008. SAGES represents a worldwide community of surgeons who are bringing minimal access surgery, endoscopy and emerging techniques to patients in every country.
Horgan and Talamini used FDA-cleared RealHand High Dexterity instruments, developed by Novare Surgical. These laparoscopic instruments give the surgeon greater dexterity and control to move around organs and blood vessels. RealHand allows the instrument tip to track the surgeon's hand movements and have been customized for transvaginal NOTES procedures. The surgery was guided by imagery enabled by a flexible, high-definition digital endoscope made by Olympus America.
Radha, a cow in India, is able to milk herself. What happens is every time she is fed, milk starts flowing almost immediately. No, I'm not pulling on your udder, er, leg.
Farm worker Manoj Bhargav said,"This cow named Radha, whenever it is fed, it starts milking the same moment. It delivers approximately eight litres of milk both in the morning and evening that is four litres each time. I think it's a miracle. I have never witnessed such a miracle ever."
Doubtful they can find a way to breed this teat, I mean trait, true but it's still udderly amazing.
Watch the video:
1 - I'd kill for a Nobel Peace Prize.
2 - Borrow money from pessimists -- they don't expect it back.
3 - Half the people you know are below average.
4 - 99% of lawyers give the rest a bad name.
5 - 82.7% of all statistics are made up on the spot.
6 - A conscience is what hurts when all your other parts feel so good.
7 - A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory.
8 - If you want the rainbow, you got to put up with the rain.
9 - All those who believe in psychokinesis, raise my hand.
10 - The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.
11 - I almost had a psychic girlfriend, but she left me before we met.
12 - OK, so what's the speed of dark?
13 - How can you tell when you're out of invisible ink?
14 - If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked something.
15 - Depression is merely anger without enthusiasm.
16 - When everything seems to be coming your way, maybe you're in the wrong lane.
17 - Ambition is a poor excuse for not being smart enough to be lazy.
18 - Hard work pays off in the future, laziness pays off now.
19 - I intend to live forever... so far, so good.
20 - If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends?
21 - Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.
22 - What happens if you get scared half to death...twice?
23 - My mechanic told me, "I couldn't repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder."
24 - Why do psychics have to ask you for your name?
25 - If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.
26 - A conclusion is the place where you got tired of thinking.
27 - Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.
28 - The hardness of the butter is proportional to the softness of the bread.
29 - To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is research.
30 - The sooner you fall behind, the more time you'll have to catch up.
32 - Everyone has a photographic memory; some just don't have film.
33 - If your car could travel at the speed of light, would your headlights work?
Angelina Jolie Has Gestational Diabetes.
"She found out about a month ago and has been trying to keep it under wraps," a source said of Angie's health issues.
"She's sick and irritable and feels heavy and weak. She's been seeing a nutritionist about it."
8:15 Wake up to hugs and kisses.
8:30 Weigh 5 lbs. lighter than yesterday.
8:45 Breakfast in bed, fresh squeezed orange juice and croissants.
9:15 Soothing hot bath with fragrant lilac bath oil.
10:00 Light workout at club with handsome, funny personal trainer.
10:30 Facial, manicure, shampoo, and comb out.
12:00 Lunch with best friend at an outdoor cafe.
12:45 Notice ex-boyfriend's wife, she has gained 30 lbs..
1:00 Shopping with friends.
4:00 A dozen roses delivered by florist. Card is from a secret admirer.
4:15 Light workout at club followed by a gentle massage
5:30 Pick outfit for dinner. Primp before mirror.
7:30 Candlelight dinner for two followed by dancing.
10:00 Hot shower. Alone.
10:30 Make love.
11:00 Pillow talk, light touching and cuddling.
11:15 Fall asleep in his big, strong arms.
6:30 Massive dump while reading the sports section.
7:00 Breakfast. Filet Mignon, eggs, toast and coffee.
7:30 Limo arrives.
7:45 Bloody Mary en route to airport.
8:15 Private jet to Augusta, Georgia.
9:30 Limo to Augusta National Golf Club.
9:45 Play front nine at Augusta, finish 2 under par.
11:45 Lunch. 2 dozen oysters on the half shell. 3 Heinekens.
12:30 Play back nine at Augusta, finish 4 under par.
2:15 Limo back to airport. Drink 2 Bombay martinis.
2:30 Private jet to Nassau, Bahamas. Nap.
3:15 Late afternoon fishing excursion with topless female crew.
4:30 Catch world record light tackle marlin-1249 lbs.
5:00 Jet back home. En route, get massage from naked supermodel.
7:00 Watch CNN Newsflash. Bush resigns.
7:30 Dinner. Lobster appetizers, 1963 Dom Perignon, 20 Oz. New York strip.
9:00 Relax after dinner with 1789 Augler Cognac and Cohiba Cuban cigar.
10:00 Have sex with two 18 year old nymphomaniacs.
11:00 Massage and Jacuzzi.
11:45 Go to bed.
11:50 Let loose a 12 second, 4 octave fart. Watch the dog leave the room.
11:55 Laugh yourself to sleep.
I will admit it. I am stuck to this computer for hours and hours per day. As a result I try to keep up with the latest in browser technology.
Today ITunes invited me to download Safari. I did so immediately having seen it at stores on Macs and being impressed with it.
I was hoping for a nice looking interface and something that would be far more stable than IE or FF. I was unfortunately mistaken...
I loaded up Safari and I was impressed with the look. However while it imported most of my favorites (it did not properly import my tabs lists... which of course I need) it also did not import my cookies.
As anyone who spends alot of time on their computer you know that you don't remember a quarter of your accounts and passwords... fortunately IE and FF will remember them for you (if you want). So already I was annoyed at trying to guess my way into sites I already had up and running in the other browsers.
After opening 5 tabs in Safari (by the way... I never saw a button to open a tab.. I had to use a the pulldown menu to do it) - I decided to look at the Windows Taskmaster to see how it compared to IE and FF as far as being a memory and cpu hog.
Well let me tell you what I had up at the time. Four instances of IE with a total of about 12 tabs. And 2 instances of FF with 9 tabs.
Remember I said I had 5 tabs open in Safari... well one of them was not even into a site yet... it was just waiting.
Out of the three at this point IE was taking 141K, FF was taking 130k, and Safari was already up to 122K! Not only that when looking at the CPU they were taking I was actually shocked to see Safari hogging the most, with FF very very close to Safari and IE taking almost nothing.
Of course based on this information it would be logical for me to just use IE 8. However as most of us know IE has BUGS that drive you nuts. It crashes at random times, and with the new IE when I click a hotlink to open a new site sometimes it opens it in all of the instances of IE I have open at once! UGH.
FireFox has always been the gold standard for stability. I have few if any complaints about the version I am using now (which is a beta version). The toolbars do tend to sometimes get messed up but that's an easy fix. However, it IS a resource hog.
So I am left with using both IE and FF and I hope that IE fixes it's issues because so far it looks like it's the best as far as managing resouces on my computer. However knowing Microsoft I may end up waiting a very long time. The new IE does crash much less than the old one... but it shouldn't crash at all IMHO. Also what the deal with opening 4 new instances of a hotlink if I have four IE's open...
As far as Safari goes... Sorry Apple. I won't be loading it again. Love the look. Love your products... improve it and I will try again.
Scraping together a little extra income to support one's party lifestyle can be a struggle for most hard-up students.
But when you are set to inherit the best part of £650million pounds, the drinks are bound to taste a little sweeter.
And the party appears to have started in earnest for Fawn James.
The 22-year-old granddaughter of porn supremo Paul Raymond, who passed away three weeks ago at 82, has wasted no time hitting London's nightclubs.
The heiress was seen beaming from ear to ear as she arrived at Mayfair's celebrity haunt The Embassy last night, just a stone's throw away from neighbouring Soho, where her grandfather made his millions.
She was joined on her night out by her long-term boyfriend Nick.
Along with her 16-year-old sister India, she is likely to emerge as the main benefactor of the entrepreneur's millions.
And already her casual student attire of biker jacket and faded jeans favoured around campus have been replaced by a look more befitting of the woman dubbed 'Queen of Soho'.
Dressed in an elegant, thigh-skimming dress and pointed black stilettos, the heiress was accompanied by her equally suave boyfriend.
"She looked fantastic," said one party-goer. "But wouldn't you if you'd just found out you were going to get that much money?
"She was very touchy-feely with the man she was with. He looks like the cat that got the cream he was smiling so much. He's one lucky guy!"
The drinks order was surprisingly tame considering money is now no object. The pair shunned the champagne in favour of vodka tonics before leaving at 2am in a black Mercedes.
"She is a regular visitor to the Embassy," said one party-goer. "The staff all know her and say she is the most polite and level-headed girl you could meet.
"It was a busy night and she was clearly enjoying dancing to the R and B music but you won't ever see her falling out of a night club drunk. She is a girl of zero vices."
Fawn is the daughter of Paul Raymond's daughter Debbie, who died 16 years ago after battling drink and drugs.
She is currently studying for a masters degree in social anthropology at Edinburgh University.
However, unlike her fellow graduates, fretting over her first career move might not be such a worry for the heiress. She has already been made a director of several of her late grandfather's companies.
She is also being tipped to take over Mr Raymond's vast property portfolio, which includes vast swathes of London's sex capital, Soho.
The swimwear is part of the RAF Collection's Spring range, reports the Daily Telegraph.
The new range coincides with the RAF's 90th anniversary on April 1. The RAF hopes sales of the bikini, which features diamante roundels, will soar.
A spokeswoman for the RAF Collection said: "The collection will enable the next generation to own a piece of one of the United Kingdom's most prestigious brands."
In RAF colours, the bikini top retails at £20, while the bottoms are £15. Sizes are available in 8 to 18.
The RAF Collection website, which sells the bikini online, describes it as a "show-stopping bikini which will make anyone's head turn, yet which is distinctly tasteful and flattering to the figure".
Some of the money raised by the licensing of the collection will support the RAF free museums, helping to preserve the history of the RAF.
Group Captain Andy Turner, communications director of the RAF, said the merchandising campaign helps promote understanding and awareness.
"By associating our brand marks, including the RAF logo, on high-end leisure products, we build up our image around the UK and globally and, just as importantly, bring us to the attention of young people who are the next generation of RAF personnel," he said.
It beat off stiff competition from another entitled "I Was Tortured By the Pygmy Love Queen" to win The Bookseller magazine's prize, reports the BBC.
"Cheese Problems Solved" took third place in a poll which attracted 8,500 votes.
Joel Rickett, deputy editor of The Bookseller, said of the winner: "So effective is the title that you don't even need to read the book itself."
He added that it "makes redundant an entire genre of self-help tomes".
The manual, whose author is named Big Boom, is described as a "self-help book, written by a man for the benefit of women".
Bookseller's contest began in 1978, and the roll-call of previous winners includes High Performance Stiffened Structures, Living with Crazy Buttocks and How To Avoid Huge Ships.
BELLEVUE -- Police say a man in Bellevue was caught on tape having sex with a picnic table.
Bellevue Police Captain Matt Johnson says Art Price, Jr., 40, was seen on four occasions between the hours of 10:30 a.m. and noon having sex with his picnic table. What makes this a felony, Johnson says, is that it took place in close proximity to a school, which made it likely that children could have seen Price.
The neighbor -- who wishes to remain anonymous -- saw Price walk out onto his deck, stand a round metal table on its side and use the hole for the umbrella to have sex.
The most recent instance took place March 14, we're told. A neighbor videotaped Price.
"The first video we had, he was completely nude. He would use the hole from the umbrella and have sex with the table," Johnson says.
Police say Price admitted to the crimes -- four charges of public indecency. Usually these sorts of things are misdemeanors, but in this case, they are felonies.
"What boosts it up to a felony is that the statute says if it's likely to be viewed by a minor," Johnson explains.
The Price family did not want to talk with us, but neighbors did. Some are not happy Price was released on his own recognizance.
"He shouldn't be allowed just for the fact that he could do that again -- and nude that close to a school. That should be zero tolerance," says Brice Jacobs, a neighbor.
Price is married with three school-aged children. Neighbors tell us they're now worried about the kids.
"Hopefully it stays between the adults and the kids don't get a lot of the information so they aren't so cruel to the little kids," says Emily Grote, a neighbor.
This case has police in this small town shaking their heads. "Once you think you've seen it all, something else comes around," Johnson says.
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