Experiences Shape Relationships

  • Personal Experience

    September 19, 2012 People’s experiences and mistakes help shape them for what they will become. In life, as you are now, you have a certain view point of things. How you think they should be and what you want, but most times this is not the case. This realization that everything is not what it seems can make you come crashing down into reality, or your own version of it. The things we experience truly change you as a person. My experiences that I overcame motivate me and inspire me to change

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  • An Experience

    English 101 Lincoln’s Challenge Everyone has certain moments in their lives that have a lasting impression. Some people get a new job, meet fascinating new people, or get married. The experience that made an impression, even changed my life was going to Lincoln’s Challenge Academy. This academy was one of many big changes in my life. The benefits of this academy will help me through the difficult trials of life that I will face in the years to come. Lincoln’s Challenge was a place for “troubled”

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  • A Relationship

    embark upon the journey of finding the relationship that is right for us, we may want to take the opportunity to refine our concept of who we are and our ideas of what we want from life. That way, we are clearer on the kind of person we want to attract into our lives. Part of the journey of finding a mate is learning how to become our own mate. When we can learn to meet our needs without relying on someone else to complete us, we don’t have to form relationships from the space of needing our emptiness

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  • Relationships

    Unsuccessful relationships The great motivational writer Orison Marden once said, "Deep within man dwell those slumbering powers…that would revolutionize his life if aroused and put into action" (Marden, n.d.). The evolution of my young adult life has been haunted by this truth. During these past few years I have been struggling with identity attempting desperately to move towards self-actualization. During this course I believe that I found George Kelly's theory of personal constructs

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  • Relationship

    involvement in a romantic relationship amongst undergraduate college students. The variables looked at were dating status (single or involved), level of involvement in the relationship, and grade point average. Variables were calculated on a survey measuring relationship and school satisfaction. Seventy-five undergraduate students attending Loyola University New Orleans were surveyed. Approximately fifty-one percent of those surveyed were involved in a relationship. The relationship assumed between grade

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  • Does Advertising Mirror or Shape Society

    ADV101 – UNDERSTANDING ADVERTISING ASSESSMENT 1: TUTORIAL REPORT 1 DOES ADVERTISING MIRROR OR SHAPE SOCIETY? Table of Contents Table of Contents.................................................................................................................................................... 1 Executive summary ................................................................................................................................................ 2 Discussion .................

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  • Relationships

    Relationships Chapter 6 You may be a parent who has reared your children and they are all grown up. What do you do when your child or children will not respect you and they make a disconnection from you in their adult life? Pray to God for wisdom and the understanding about the situation. God will help deliver you through it all. Parents must not have any regrets, because certain challenges will enter into your children’s lives. There may be several disappointments that will happen, along the

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  • Relationships

    FROM LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT TO SOUL MATE: ROMANTIC IDEALS IN POPULAR FILMS AND THEIR ASSOCIATION WITH YOUNG PEOPLE‘S BELIEFS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS BY VERONICA HEFNER DISSERTATION Submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Speech Communication in the Graduate College of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011 Urbana, Illinois Doctoral Committee: Professor Barbara J. Wilson, Chair Associate Professor John P. Caughlin Associate

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  • Relationships

    Bryan Henry Mrs. Hernandez 101-09 English 26 October 2012 How to keep a good relationship Have you ever been in a relationship? Well, nowadays people all over the world are succeeding and failing with the boundaries of love. In both perspectives, life lessons are taught along the way. A good relationship teaches people lessons in trust, lessons in communication, and lessons in self-perseverance. First, have you ever put your trust into someone, and had it broken? Many people have. It

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  • Life Experiences

    Life Is Like a Box of Chocolates. In everyone’s life, people go through steps, obstacles, and challenges that shape them into the individuals they are. Common obstacles in everyone’s life are their adolescent years. As everyone can attest, the adolescent years may be the most fun but also the hardest, most emotional, and most rough times in everyone’s life. To become individuals, we all have to go through our own journey, which includes the letdowns and miracles because it is what builds us to be

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  • Or Experience

    Running head: OR EXPERIENCE Observational Experience in the Operating Room and Post Anesthesia Care Unit Bothayna Bader LaGuardia Community College Professor Rosenberg SCR 210 March 19th, 2013 Preoperative Phase The preoperative phase is the time period between the decision to have surgery and the beginning of the surgical procedure. For some patients, the preoperative period may last for months, during which testing and other procedures may be done. For an emergency, such as an appendectomy

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  • Outline the Influence of Childhood and/or Adolescents Experiences on Later Adults Relationships

    Q. Outline the influence of childhood and/or adolescents experiences on later adults relationships (8+16) Individuals differ in their relationships; psychologists have researched whether adult relationships are related to early experiences in life. Bowlby believes that the type of relationship the individual has with their primary caregiver gives a basis of a future relationship. This is called the internal working model. The fear of strangers represents an important survival mechanism

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  • A Relationship

    The Reality of Trust Trust is essential to every relationship (with no exceptions), and the following are some of the reasons why trust is important and emotionally healthy: The first reason, without trust you would not be able to have confidence to share your feelings, emotions, and self with someone else. Trust means to believe. When you extend your trust to someone, it means that you have enough/ courage about the honesty, integrity and credibility of the other person to share very personal

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  • Relationship

    effects it could bring not only to them but also to the other relationships that they have. Throughout life, the definition of a boyfriend or girlfriend changes. In elementary school, a relationship is defined by giggling and saying "hi" in the hallways. Yet when a teenager gets to high school, a relationship is seen in a whole new perspective. Holding hands and hanging out with their partner in a group is considered a strong relationship. Couples become obsessed with each other. This is when jealousy

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  • How Society Shapes Family Life

    According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, structure of society is “the internal institutionalized relationships built up by persons living within a group (as a family or community) especially with regard to the hierarchical organization of status and to the rules and principles regulating behavior” (Social Structure, n.d., para. 1). By this definition, we understand that structure of society is built-up by the rules and principles (including norm and values) regulating its member behavior. Family

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  • Relationship

    Effects of Intimate Relationships To Academic Performance For Students Of Sti.Sta Maria Chapter 1 Introduction Entering a new environment makes us feel curious, excited, afraid, nervous, and many other more. Just like entering college, it’s like entering a new chapter of our lives. One may feel excited in meeting new classmates and friends; others may feel afraid of committing a mistake, might feel nervous of meeting the instructors or professors , and may feel curious of seeing and discovering

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  • The Experience

    The Experience Your arrival to the residence starts with you examining a house that is physically well-kept. A beige house with tan shutters, and landscaping throughout the yard that is reminiscent of a magazine cover. The sound of a bird’s chirping, and bumblebees buzzing in the summertime, makes you feel warm. You walk up to our home feeling a sense of welcoming. When you finally walk into our house, the experience begins. The captivating smell transports you into another dimension. My mother

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  • Relationships

    [pic] Christian Relationships Unit 1: Worship 1. Preliminary concerns 1.1. Misconceptions about worship The first popular misconception is that ‘worship is singing’. We treat ‘worship’ and ‘singing praises’ as synonymous terms. We speak as if they are the same thing. To reduce worship to singing is to dilute the biblical concept of worship in a way that is grossly irresponsible. It reduces the richness of biblical worship to one

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  • Experience

    IIMA FDP Alumni Conference - Ethics & CSR 20-21 December 2013 It was a tremendous experience as well as a proud feeling to be a part of IIM-A FDP Alumni Conference, like “A sea meeting to a river” The fog was being cleared by many highly learned and extremely experience personalities during these two days with their innovative approach which I felt glad to be present with them. Especially the words spoken by Padmashree K. Ramkrishna Rao sir were very touching. The way he tried to explain the complex

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  • Growing Through Experience

    Growing Through Experience The entire world consists of aging and growing older, whether we like it or not. Each day we face decisions that shape who we are, and what is happening in our lives today is going to contribute to the person we are years from now. Growing up is a challenging but exciting experience that we all go through. It takes making mistakes for us to realize who we want to be and to understand the meaning of our childhood. On our short journey in the world we meet many people and

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  • Relationship

    The Essay My most important experience sought me out. It happened to me; I didn't cause it. My preferred companions are books or music or pen and paper. I have only a small circle of close friends, few of whom get along together. They could easily be counted "misfits." To be plain, I found it quite easy to doubt my ability to have any sort of "close relationship." After the closing festivities of Andover Summer School this past summer, on the night before we were scheduled to leave, a girl I had

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  • Relationships

    people believe that if someone never got in a fight with another person, he or she would be ok. Those people are wrong! Loving and fighting are what keep a person sane. They could be the things to keep a person alive. Having a good and healthy relationship is so important, because it can be what keeps a person living. If someone was never loved, that person would feel anger and sadness. Successful suicides are the result of feeling no love. Those people who commit that kind of suicide feel alone

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  • Relationships

    An interpersonal relationship is a strong, deep, or close association/acquaintance between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring. This association may be based on inference, love, solidarity, regular business interactions, or some other type of social commitment. Interpersonal relationships are formed in the context of social, cultural and other influences. The context can vary from family or kinship relations, friendship, marriage, relations with associates, work,

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  • Experience

    my contact number and by me having their numbers too so that customers have the accessibility towards my products. I usually contact them regularly through social media such as twitter n whatsapp phone application as we could have that ongoing relationship between each other. I tried to give respond to their question as fast as possible and remind them if they already book for my books so that I will not lose customers. This is where the aspect of engagement between seller and prospect being applied

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  • Relationship

    A therapeutic nurse-patient relationship is defined as a HELPINGrelationship that's based on mutual trust and respect, the nurturing of faith and hope, being sensitive to self and others, and assisting with the gratification of your patient's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through your knowledge and skill. This caring relationship develops when you and your patient come together in the moment, which results in harmony and healing.1 Effective verbal and nonverbal COMMUNICATION is an important

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  • Experiences

    Valuing Life 10/3/2012 By: Lisa Graham-Jones Instructor: Professor Wright Or Life is precious and shaped by many different experiences along the way. What if you were unable to experience this thing we call life? If the hands could turn back time and your mother decided not to let you live, but instead destroy your life before being able to experience the world we know of today? Many bypass this thought process when considering abortion. Women instead think of themselves and their situation

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  • The Perception of ‘No Time’ in Our Hectic Lives in Most Contemporary Societies Is Affecting the Relationship Between Family Members Within a Household. Design Can Create New Experiences to Help Us Renew and Strengthen Our Relationship.

    Food and eating practices are essential in everyday life, as we must eat in order to survive. When putting food and eating into theory, sociologist analyses food system in terms of their symbolic properties and the definition of their social relationship and process, which define them. According to Khare, socio-anthropological perspective on food can be analyses in three approaches: ‘food as a sociocultural context for illustrating the logic and principles of different culture, food as a mediating

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  • Relationship

    Mark Knapp’s stages of getting in and out of a relationship, I’m going to tell you about this summer time heartbreak. But first I must explain that there are ten stages of Mark Knapp’s relationship stages in getting in and out of a relationship. Mark Knapp’s getting into a relationship stages are initiating, experimenting, intensifying, integrating, and bonding (Author Mark, K., pg. 208, Figure7-1). And Mark Knapp’s stages of getting out a relationship are differencing, circumscribing, stagnating,

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  • Relationship

    think that, we are grown ups thus we can ignore them. We thought we are the one who always right. Well, WE ARE WRONG. What I'm going to say is, we need to change our ATTITUDE towards them. YOU NEED TO CHANGE. There's something wrong with our relationship with them. Have you ever thought about that? Redha Allah terletak pada redha ibu bapa. Hv u ever heard of this? Maybe you would thought that they are suck at parenting. The truth is, we are the ones who even sucker at being their children. They

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  • Relationships

    Interpersonal Communication Sample "Relationships" Paper Relationships, especially close and trusting relationships, are very important for the positive, social and psychological growth of the individuals involved in the relationship. In our society, people in close relationships desire physical contact, emotional support, acceptance and love. These traits and feelings are part of human nature, and people strive for these types of interpersonal relationships in order to fulfill the void in people's

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  • Relationships

    Relationship Strategies Exploring love immediately think of many special characteristic such as understanding, respect, happiness, tolerance, admiration, honesty, among others more. One love relationship in my life is the relationship with my father. When I was a little girl watched as my father worried about giving me to my family and me a better future. He is not a person that can express what he feels. Since child suffered much abuse. I think the reason for its behavior. Always looked how

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  • Teaching Experience

    Community Teaching Experience Grand Canyon University: NRS-427V-0501 July 11, 2013 Community Teaching Experience Health education is considered to be one of the major functions of community nurse; it is a great responsibility that requires the nurse to think critically. No longer are the nurses simply accountable for administering medications and following doctors’ orders. In essence, the nurses are also educators that play a very crucial role in health promotion and assuring that the

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  • Experience

    Experience Paper A visit to the Cloisters Museum The Creative Voice Experience. Practical contact. Observation of facts. We live in a “soft” world where the greater percentage of the arts are viewed through some type of electronic device with a screen and usually muddled with banners of advertisements or endorsements. We view static images on screens where texture and brush strokes could never be appreciated. We watch videos of classic Shakespearian plays devoid of the elements and senses

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  • Experience

    increase in population is okay as long as the people also take into consideration the welfare of the place they live in, for it is also them who will reap whatever their actions’ outcomes are Conclusion: Strengthen the Baguio city and Burnham Park experience with the future development plan for Burnham Park and continue to take strategic tourism growth for other tourist destination of Baguio city.

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  • Human Experience

    Human Experience - Relationships Tammy Johnson, Donna Washington, and Anthony Butler ENG/125 August 30, 2011 Carla Clemmons Human Experience - Relationships Relationships are part of everyone’s life and they are what make people who they are. Relationships influence an individual’s way of thinking and the way the act. Relationships can also be difficult to maintain. Relationships are a way of connecting with people that are close to you and that you care about. Everyone needs or wants

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  • Understanding Customer Experience

    Understanding Customer Experience * Customer experience encompasses every aspect of a company’s offering the quality of customer care, of course, but also advertising, packaging, product and service features, ease of use, and reliability. * Few of the people responsible for those things have given sustained thought to how their separate decisions shape customer experience * They all have different ideas of what customer experience means * Customer experience is the internal and subjective

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  • Brand Experience: How Do Sensory Experience, Affective Experience and Behavioral Experience Affect Brand Loyalty?

    1. Introduction 2 2. Literature review 4 2.1 Brand Loyalty 4 2.2 Brand Experience 4 2.2.1 Sensory Brand Experience 5 Design 6 Store Environment 6 2.2.2 Affective Brand Experience 6 Happy 7 Proud 7 2.2.3 Behavioral Brand Experience 8 Lifestyle 8 2.3 Objective of the Study 9 3 Research Model and Hypothesis Development 13 3.1 Research Model 13 3.2 Hypothesis Development 13 4. Methodology 15 4.1 Measurement of variables. 15 4.2 Sampling

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  • Shape

    SHAPE Student Name Course Name & Number Instructor’s Name Date Submitted SHAPE As I read about the SHAPE theory I tried to relate to the five factors that it signifies. The initial questions that occurred to me were “Why was it important to be Self- aware?” and “Will I be able to assess myself in an unbiased manner and identify these factors within me?”. I always knew about Spiritual Gifts but never had I tried to identify one within myself. Although I identify myself as a Christian ,

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  • Childhood and Relationships

    Discuss the influence of childhood on adult relationships (24 Marks) The child is dependent on their primary caregiver to give them these skills and experiences. The attachment theory suggests that people develop an 'internal working model' of what they believe relationships should be like based on the relationship they had with their caregiver as an infant. John Bowlby suggested that we develop an attachment style as a result of our childhood relationships with our caregivers. Different attachment

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  • Relationship Education

    Relationship Education Introduction In the United States of America, the secondary curriculum for Relationship education (RE) has been in existence since mid-1800. Before then, it was known as the domestic economy. In the 20th century the name changed to home economics and in 1994 to family and consumer sciences. Findings on the number of teachers and student in the secondary RE education indicated that the number of girls enrolled rose to almost 50% around 1959 from the 17% before then. This

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  • Relationships

    LED because it’s quite really interesting to watch. LED’s are all around us. In our phones, our cars and even our homes. Any time something electronic lights up, there’s a good chance that an LED is behind it. They come in a huge variety of sizes, shapes, and colors, but no matter what they look like they have one thing in common: they’re the bacon of electronics. They’re widely purported to make any project better and they’re often added to unlikely things (to everyone’s delight). To draw with your

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  • Relationship

    not should not be the factor affecting the friendship. Besides, it is necessary for Ken to make new friends in the College. Although Ken only stays a short period of time in the College, he needs to develop social relationship with his new classmates. If Ken build a healthy relationship with his classmates in the College, he can express his emotion to them, trust them and receive their support when he has difficulty, etc. Then, he will start to enjoy his life in the College and not be alone anymore

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  • Designing the Experience

    Designing forAn Experience: Design Approach to Human-centered Jodi L. Forlizzi Designing forAn Experience: Design Approach to Human-centered Jodi L. Forlizzi Submitted to the Department of Design, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Design in Interaction Design © Carnegie Mellon University, 1997. All Rights Reserved. Author Advisor Richard Buchanan Department Head & Professor of Design Carnegie

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  • Experience

    THINGS I LEARNED FROM THE OJT EXPERIENCE.. During my On the Job Training I learned a lot. I learned how to communicate and understand well what is customer service specially in food and beverage department. I have many chances of applying all I've learn in my alma matter, Bulacan State University. I became more responsible about regulations and follow every standard they have. I reminded my self that I'm not here to be lazy, but I'm here to prove my self I have an edge in this industry. I have

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  • Relationships

    “Developing Effective Communication in the Marital Relationship” Abstract According to research a couple’s ability to communicate with one another is the single most important contributor to a happy stable and satisfying marriage. According to the current divorce statistics, 50% of marriages end in divorce due to the lack of communication skills and or poor problem solving skills. When communication dissolves between husband and wife, the marital relationship also dissolves. It is vital for couples to

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  • Ethical Standards and Shape Business Behavior

    In what ways can culture affect ethical standards and shape business behavior? High ethical standards require both businesses and individuals to conform to sound moral principles. Business ethics comprises the principles and standards that guide behavior in the world of business. Culture does affect ethical standards and shape business behavior.  For example, in America unethical standards in a business cause one in four to witness it in the last six months (LRN, 2009).  This is because the Western

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  • Relationship

    God desires to empower you through the Holy Spirit to live a Christ-directed life. As you continue to breathe spiritually (confess your sin and claim the fullness of the Spirit), you will experience a deepening fellowship with God enabling you to grow in Christian maturity. Relationship first begins with God. 1 peter 2:2,3  Therefore, rid yourselves of all malice and all deceit, hypocrisy, envy, and slander of every kind. 2Like newborn babies, crave pure spiritual milk, so that by it you may grow

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  • Leadership Experience

    Leadership experience Introduction Management is a vital process in the smooth running and operation of a company or organization. It is in the management level that a clear vision and mission of a company is set (Holan & Phillips, 2002). Leadership and management are therefore essential in achieving organizational goals and objectives. The Riverside Pediatric Associates case is common in companies and entities that fail to fit into the dynamics of an expanding work place. Human population

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  • The Shape of the Earth

    The Shape of the Earth The shape of planet Earth has fascinated scientists, philosophers and cultures throughout history. For thousands of years man has observed and studied the Earth. Through observations, spiritual beliefs and empirical findings, many theories developed regarding the shape of the Earth.

How has our understanding of the shape of the Earth changed over time? • Most ancient cultures, such as the Sumerians, Babylonians, even Greece , until the 5th or 6th century B.C., believed

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  • Experiences Shape Our Path

    Experiences shape our path I would probably say that one of my formative experience is how a colleague and I constructed a narrative of our experiences at SSA that began with we’re the oldest students here, unsure of what classes to take, we could never be full time students, take more than 2 classes and/or work and attend classes—only to have some transformative moment or moments that then made us the social workers we are today. On the flip side, I feel like we all have this platonic ideal in

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