Dove Evolution And Sheer Cover Essays

  • Cover Essay

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    Antonio Epelde 17217 Yukon ave. Apt. I Torrance, CA, 90504 (310) 527-0131 5/30/11 Vans shoes retailer store 1815 Hawthorne Boulevard, Redondo Beach, 90504 I am applying for the position available as floor management. I am very interested in this position because of being a monthly customer, I always see the employees enjoying their work and The position as floor management looks like a very helpful and entertaining job. It seems like something that I would really enjoy

  • Evolution Essay

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    Running head: CONFRONTATIONS INVOLVING THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION 1 Confrontations involving the Theory of Evolution CONFRONTATIONS INVOLVING THE THEORY OF EVOLUTION 2 Abstract The theory of evolution offered a wealth of evidence in support of the idea of biological evolution, and proposed mechanism identified as natural selection (McGrath, 2010, p.35). Charles Darwin’s radical theory of natural selection can be seen as the culmination of a long process

  • Evolution Essay

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    It still amazes me that even in the computer age when we could find out anything by 5 minutes in google, that people still make regular mistakes about evolution and Darwin. I will find 10 arguments about evolution that are most used and correct them. I want every young earth, old earth, day age creationist and all the IDers out there to read this. This is directed to you. It will be good for you because you will know what not to say in a debate against me and it will make me happy because I don't

  • Case Study - Dove

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    with continuing market share loss to competitors, Dove, part of Unilever’s consumer product company portfolio, needed to come up with a novel marketing campaign to recover its place in the market and to change the consumer opinion of its brand. The ‘Campaign for Real Beauty’ that was the result of much market research, was able to do so by a massive paradigm shift in the media portrayal of beauty through a creative advertising campaign. “The Dove mission is to widen the definition of beauty” stated

  • Dove Shampoo Relaunch Essay

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    Entre 2008 et 2010, la marque des shampooings Dove a perdu la moitié de ses parts de marché au profit de son concurrent direct Pantène. Pourquoi ? • Manque de support média et hors média : absence d’affichage, d’insertions presse, de spots télévisés, de promotions des ventes ; • Marché très concurrentiel. 2. Objectifs : • Augmenter les parts de marché ; • Augmenter la demande des consommatrices ; • Augmenter les ventes. Afin de concrétiser ces objectifs, Unilever a entamé dès Janvier

  • Analysis Of Ad "Evolution" By Dove

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    Lisha Lin Dr. Jordan Stouck English 112 14 March 2012 Critique of Dove’s advertising “Evolution” The film “Evolution” by Dove, depicts how a makeup company reforms a ordinary girl, who looks far defined from supermodels, to become a perfect looking girl for their billboard advertisement via various changes both on the lady herself and post production (Unilever). The film criticizes the mass media have set the ideal body standard and ideal beauty of women as the stereotype which is unattained

  • Owen Sheers - Hedge School Essay

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    identity through experiences within nature where key themes are place, identity, violence, exploration and heritage. The speaker, who speaks in first person, describes a journey from school in September, during which he stops to pick blackberries. Sheers explores different ideas about what to do with the blackberries that he has picked; should he eat them and taste their “variety” of flavours, or should he “hoard” them, or should he crush them in his hand. However the interesting part of this poem

  • Cover Essay

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  • Evolution Essay

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    Evolution A vast majority of women have the mindset that make-up products help them look and feel better because of the ads that top fashion companies such as Dior, Clinique, Fasel, Mary Kay, and L’Oreal put out on billboards, articles, and the internet. The Dove ad “Evolution” sends a precise message by showing a women who models for Fasel Beauty Foundation. The model is cute and young, but is clearly an ordinary girl. The ad starts off with her seated in a chair with a soft instrumental playing

  • Evolution Essay

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    Evolution is the theory that all plants and animals evolved by gradual changes to previous forms of life. Charles Darwin and A.R. Wallace cam up with the first concept of evolution in 1859, but today their theory has been further examined to work and fill the gaps between species changes. Darwin and Charles believed there were fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and then mammals. Since we are going to explore the Evoultion of Reptiles, I believed it would be fitting to share with you some the information

  • Evolution Essay

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    of Evolution By Gerry Barclay Evolution is variously said to be the unifying, foundational, and the cornerstone principle of biology. It is all of these. Simply put, evolution explains why living things are different (adaptation to local environments) and why they are similar (common ancestry). What could be more powerful? I‘ve taught biology, which means I have taught evolution, for 15 years. In those years I have heard and read many misconceptions (here I call them ‗myths‘) about evolution. Beginning

  • Dove: Evolution of a Brand Essay

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    Dove: Evolution of a Brand 1. What is a brand? Why does Unilever want fewer of them? 2. What was Dove’s positioning in the 1950s? What’s its positioning in 2007? 3. How is brand meaning controlled at the time of the case? 4. What are people saying about Dove today? (try google blog search, technorati, blog runner, etc). 5. Do you see risks for the Dove brand today? ---------- 1.1 “A brand is a product, service, or concept that is publicly distinguished from other products, services, or

  • Dove Campaign For Real Beauty. Essay

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    industry in the first place. Dove, an influential company in self‐care, has created a few short films and  ads intent on raising women’s self‐esteem, and exposing the computerization and editing of pictures put  forward to be presented as normal (Dove, 2007). One specific short film

  • Case Study: Dove

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    benefit of the soap. Dove advertisements in Exhibits 1, 2 and 3 (reference to Case, p9-11) all highlight the benefit of the Dove soap in moisturising the skin as opposed to other soaps available in the market which caused the skin to dry. Since the formula for the soap had come from military research conducted to find a non-irritating skin cleaner with high levels of natural skin moisturisers, Dove did not call their product ‘soap’. The advertisements clearly conveyed that Dove was one-quarter cleansing

  • Evolution Essay

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    Evolution Report “Evolution, Selected Papers and Commentary” by D.R. Forsdyke is a site organized by D.R. Forsdyke that presents the historical development of the idea of evolution with his overview, selected papers on variation, heredity, phenotypic (natural) selection/ isolation, and reproductive (physiological) selection/isolation. I think that Forsdyke summed it up nicely, “To really understand evolution we must first understand the historical development of ideas on evolution

  • Evolution Essay

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    Evolution is the change in the inherited characteristics of biological populations over successive generations. Evolutionary processes give rise to diversity at every level of biological organisation, including species, individual organisms and molecules such as DNA and proteins.[1] Life on Earth originated and then evolved from a universal common ancestor approximately 3.7 billion years ago. Repeated speciation and the divergence of life can be inferred from shared sets of biochemical and morphological

  • Dove Management Essay

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    |WEEK TWO Discussion Board Assignment | |Interview a Manager | |Locate a manager who is willing to be interviewed by you about being a manager. **You may conduct your | |interview in person, by phone, or via email. | |This person could be:

  • Evolution Essay

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    Evolution, Macro vs. Micro Blake Siebert Mr. Volkman Cultural Anthropology Siebert 2 There is a lot of debate about evolution. The Christians and other religions have many different feelings about evolution. Some say that evolution is not real at all and some agree with some of evolution. There are two main kinds of evolution. The first is macro evolution; this is the type that has the most disagreement. The second is micro evolution; this is the

  • Cover Essay

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    whom it may correspond, I am writing in response to your Saint Joseph Hospital job posting for a Nursing Assistant. The opportunity presented in this listing is very appealing, and I believe that my drive to succeed and education will make me a competitive candidate for this position. I feel I had extensive hands-on training during my clinicals. Having been one of the top students in my training class I am confident that I can deliver the services you require such as assisting the nursing staff

  • Dove Real Beauty Essay

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    Dove Real Beauty Nikki Henderson MKT/421 February 11, 2013 Instructor: Phillip Spivey Dove Real Beauty Envision a world where beauty is a basis of self-confidence and optimism instead of apprehension and disquiet. So many women are fixated on their appearance and almost all of them have something they dislike about their body. Whether that dissatisfaction is with a chubby tummy, crow's feet, acne scars, hair that is too curly or not curly enough, or even a spot of cellulite, often times

  • Evolution Essay

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    evolve on such an old planet. Evolution can exterminate undesirable traits and evolution is a continuous and continuing process. I believe in evolution over religious theories of creation. The Natural selection which is Darwin’s theory of only the strong survives. This means that breeding can eliminate bad and unwanted genetic traits. Many people do not believe in evolution as they believe the creationism – God created people. This paper will prove the evolution is valid and real. There is

  • Cover Essay

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    Dear English Faculty, As a freshman student attending Norwalk Community College I have learned a lot from my English class. Who would have thought someone can learn things that had already been taught to him or her? Having something being taught to someone more than once makes it easier to remember which is a very good thing. It has helped me improve my way of writing in multiple ways. In my portfolio I chose two specific essays. I chose one called “Sexting is NOT Safer Sex” and the other one

  • Dove Market Analysis

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    Dove Body Wash- Analysis of Dove body wash Unilever has long been a trusted company with many brands that are in action at almost every grocery store. One of its most trusted brands is Dove. Dove is a company that has typically focused its products on only women. However in the past few years of the company’s existence, it has worked its way into the men’s sections of grocery stores. While most of its products are still for women, it has become a company that is plenty friendly to both genders

  • Evolution Essay

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    A Lesson in Evolution Evolution is the name of a theory that explains change in living organisms and variation within species. Evolution is a process in which the characteristics of living organisms change over many generations while traits are passed on from one generation to the next. Charles Darwin, who is considered the father of evolution, discovered the origin of the species and the process of ongoing history of life on earth (Perry, 2006). Long before the rise of modern science in Western

  • Evolution Essay

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    Religion and Evolution The study of evolution has brought many discussions dealing with language, race, ethics, and religion. While scientists test the theory of evolution, it causes disputes in many religions. Margaret Atwood in The Year of the Flood repeatedly states that religion and evolution are one. This brings an argument if it is even possible to believe in both evolution and an Abrahamic religion such as Islam. The theory of evolution has no support in Islam. The theory of evolution regards

  • Cover Essay

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    NJIT - SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT Management of Technology Semester: Fall 2013 Course No: MGMT 620 – 101 Professor: Shanthi Gopalakrishnan Office: CAB 3017 Tel: (973) 596-3283 Fax : 973-596-3074 Email: Homepage: Office Hours: Tuesday 1:00 to 2:30pm Thursday 4:00 to 5:30 pm. Also available on email or Telephone. TEXT: Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation. Fifth Edition.

  • Wings of Dove Essay

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    Wings of Dove “Wings of Dove” is one of those movies that surprise you, it starts really boring but then, it catches your eye, when you meet the interesting characters. One character is Kate Croy, that is a young woman trying to enter to a whole new world of high society, her wealthy Aunt Maude try to keep Kate safe from a poor life, like Kate’s mother had with her father. Trying to arrange her a marriage with Lord Mark, whom Aunt Maude thought was a good match because she believed he was a really

  • Dove Beauty Campaign Essay

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    Critical Thinking: Dove Commercial Campaign for Real Beauty The beginning of the Dove commercial campaign for real beauty shows a little, innocent girl looking into the camera for a couple of seconds. Then it shows numerous advertisements of skinny and “beautiful” women with big boobs. These advertisements are telling women they need to look younger, smaller, lighter, firmer, tighter, and many more things. They encourage women to take pills, eat healthier or less, and exercise more in order to

  • Dove Essay

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    Dove by dr. nancy etcoff 1 ABOUT THE STUDY The Real Truth About Beauty study was commissioned by Dove, one of Unilever’s largest beauty brands, to further the global understanding of women, beauty and well-being – and the relationship between them. It had its genesis in a growing concern that portrayals of female beauty in popular culture were helping to perpetuate an idea of beauty that was neither authentic nor attainable. Dove was concerned that this limited portrayal of beauty

  • Dove Case Essay

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    Case Analysis - Dove Problem: Dove needs to decide the future of their “Campaign for Real Beauty.” Critical Factors: (1) Management’s feelings (a) The “Real Beauty” campaign has placed the Dove brand at risk creating tensions and controversy within the company. (b) Management considers these questions: “When you talk of real beauty, do you lose the aspiration element? Are consumers going to be inspired to buy a brand that does not promise to take you to a new level of attractiveness? You’re

  • Evolution Essay

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    The Philosophy of Science, Evolution, Microbiology, DNA, and God Courtney Jackson LSIS 101 Abstract Evolution is a fact, it is an indisputable occurrence. It is happening right now. The fields of microbiology and DNA have advanced the scientific study of evolution tremendously. We see it every day in the ever-changing arena of bacteria and viruses. Darwinian natural selection is a theory, a means to explain evolution. I believe that Darwin was

  • Dove Case Study

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    Dove Case Study 1. What is a brand? Why does Unilever want fewer of them? Branding is a device used to help shape a consumer’s perception of and experience with a product. A brand is the collection of graphics, names, catchphrases, and logos that helps consumers differentiate one company’s product from another’s (Lamb et al. 170). A brand can include all products produced by a company in family branding or encompass one product line out of many in individual branding (Lamb et al.180). Marketers

  • January 2012 Owen Sheers Essay

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    January 2012 Paper Sheers has been described as 'a poet fascinated by strong women”. How far do you agree with this claim? Sheers depicts women throughout the collection as strong individuals as they are most commonly the gender who are in control most of the time, indicating a strength of the gender. The poems conveying women as strong include Amazon and Valentine. However male power is also depicted in the Farrier. In Amazon, it explores the strength of a woman as she faces cancer. In

  • Dove Case Study

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    for the first time with this initiative, there would be a global brand unit for each Masterbrand, and each would be entrusted with responsibility for creating its global vision and charged with inspiring cooperation from all geographic markets. Dove. 50 years ago, it was a beauty bar offering a revolutionary new formula containing 1/4 cleansing cream. It went beyond mere "soap" to enhance the American woman's beauty. Today it is a global Masterbrand with products ranging from the original beauty

  • Evolution Essay

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    Conflictions: Evolution and Religion The main controversy with evolution regards how it should be incorporated into public school curriculum. Some think it should be eliminated, while others think it should be taught. While the teaching of creationism and intelligent design in science classes has been banned by Supreme Court in US public schools, some school boards and teachers still manage to avoid the law, and evolution is often not taught effectively. The history of evolution, creationism

  • Dove Positioning Statement Essay

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    positioning statement 2 2.3 Brand Pyramid 2 3 Insights and implications 3 3.1 Risks 3 3.2 Brand Management 4 4 Co-created brand meaning 4 4.1 Five Guidelines 5 References 6 Introduction This case analysis will be based on the article Dove: The Evolution of a Brand. The analysis will be structured in three parts. The first part describes the situation by discussing how Dove’s point of view and positioning statement have evolved. It also includes a brand pyramid to give the analysis more depth

  • Dove Campaign Essay

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    Dove was founded in 1955 as a division of Unilever. Dove focuses on personal care and toiletries. In 2004 Dove launched a new campaign, a type of campaign that has not been done before; this campaign is the “Dove Campaign for Real Beauty”. This campaign has gathered its fair share of fans and critics. Fans praise Dove for this innovative and unique campaign that celebrates women of all types, sizes, and color; but some, however, are calling foul play. Some critics believe this campaign is preying

  • Dove Harvard Business School Essay

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    to convey to its customers was the following: “Dove soap doesn’t dry your skin because it’s one-quarter cleansing cream.” In addition, Dove’s positioning was all about honesty and authenticity, so the brand preferred to have natural-looking women representing the brand in its advertisements (which appeared in television, print, and billboards) rather than fashion models. In February 2000, Unilever’s strategic initiative “Path to Growth” mandated Dove to serve as an umbrella brand for a variety of

  • Dove Essay

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    Presented by: Adnan Ahmed Ahmed Atif Abdullah Umesh Nair Dove evolution of a brand Case Write Up Introduction: Dove is a personal care brand owned by Unilever which was introduced in 1955. In 2007 Unilever Dove was the world’s number one cleansing brand in the health and beauty sector with sales of over $2.5 billion a year in more than 80 countries. It competed with brands like Procter and gamble’s ivory, Kao’s Jergens and beiersdorf’s Nivea. Unilever a leading global manufacturer of

  • Dove- Evolution of Brand Essay

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    cooperation from all geographic markets * Evolution of Dove’s positioning:1950-2007 * 1950 * * * * * * * * Non-irritating skin cleanser than Soap (Milder than Soaps) 1970 Popular as milder soap 1980 Global rollout 1990-1994 Opened up to markets in 55 countries and in 1994 sales in approx. 80 countries 1995-2000 Extension of range of products 2002 Campaign for Real Beauty 2005 Self - Esteem Campaign 2006 Evolution launched on YouTube and Super bowl 2007 Dove became a statement of “who you are” In a

  • Dove Essay

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    Effective Campaigns: Dove “ Campaign for real Beauty” I find the Dove “ campaign for real beauty” supremely effective and powerful. The campaign consists on taking real woman, as opposed to supermodels, to be the model in their commercials. In the campaign, we can see women that may be not to pretty or not to skinny to be models, but because Dove enforces real and common beauty, we perceive them as such. As happy and proud women of their bodies, even though they are not the perfect stereotype

  • Dove Essay

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    positioning in the 1950s: The first Dove product was launched in 1957, they called it a beauty bar with the claim that it would not dry out the customers’ skin the way soap did. The beauty bar removed Dove from the cognition given to a regular bar of soap. It was not ordinary soap, which was now “old-fashioned”. Dove’s formula came from military research. It was a beauty bar that had the ability to moisturize and cleanse while eliminating the usual irritation and dryness. Dove refused to call its product

  • Dove Essay

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    To be considered successful, an economy needs to achieve low unemployment, low inflation, and stable economic growth. Discuss whether fiscal policy is the most effective way for Singapore to sustain a successful economy. The success of an economy is dependent achieving a mixture of macroeconomic goals; the right balance involved a low unemployment, low inflation and stable economic growth. These goals are not mutually exclusive but the means of attaining each of them may sometimes be at

  • Cover Essay

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    Commercial banks exist because of the various services they provide to sectors of the economy, e.g., information services, liquidity services, transaction cost services, maturity intermediation services, money supply transmission, credit allocation services, and payment services. Failure to provide these services or a breakdown in their efficient provision can be costly to both the ultimate sources (households) and users (firms) of savings, as well as to the overall economy. The affect of a disruption

  • Image Analysis Dove

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    be in the image choice, composition, framing, text color and juxtaposition. I have chooses a picture of the dove advertise for clearing all this above points in it. Framing Framing is where the image will begin and ends. There is the whole variety of the camera angle, zoom and capturing area of the image, also what is beyond the image and looks in the image. I have chosen an image for dove advertisement. This image is about the children skin care product. In this image if we see on the framing

  • Dove Case Essay

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    Dove Case Analysis 04.05.2015 Q1) The market is segmented based on demographics. Unilever and P&G use gender and age as the segmentation criterion. In general, Dove targets women who use beauty products and care for their skin. It promises moisture, cleanliness, softness and improvement of the skin as a customer benefit (Benefits-sought segmentation). Dove’s first product extension was in 1999 with Dove Moisturizing Body Wash, which contained some ingredients and vitamins that had anti-aging

  • Dove Evolution of a Brand Essay

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    Dove: Evolution of a Brand Unilever is a leading leading global manufacturer of packaged consumer goods. Unilever operated in the food, home, and personal care sectors of the economy since its begin in 1930 and has since grown to dominate its chosen sectors on a global scale. Eleven of its brands had annual revenues globally of over $1 billion: Knorr, Surf, Lipton, Omo, Sunsilk, Dove, Blue Band, Lux, Hellmann’s, Becel, and the Heartbrand logo, a visual identifier on ice cream products. Other brands

  • Cover Essay

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    Assignment Cover Sheet Student Name: faisal punjwani Student Number:s259718 School of Law and Business Charles Darwin University Casuarina NT 0909 Phone: (08) 8946 6830             Unit Name:intro to accounting Unit Code: cma101             Lecturers Name: s palvarasiam       Assessment Title     assignment 2  Semester: 1 Year: 2015 Assignment       (select assignment number) Due Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 10/05/2015 Lodgement Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 10/05/2015

  • Cover Essay

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  • Cover Essay

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