Family Owned Business

  • Family Business

    The great Indian family business The Indian family business dates back to the latter half of the 19th century, which also marks the beginning of business in India. It is not surprising then that family-run businesses currently account for a whopping 95 per cent of all Indian companies. Considering that one-third of the companies listed in Fortune 500 fall under this category, including the currently second Wal-Mart, family businesses have indubitably cemented their place in the world

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  • Business Plan of a Restaurant for the Wurst Family

    Business Plan of a Restaurant for the Wurst Family Table of Contents 1.0 Executive Summary 3 2.0 Justification of the Restaurant 3 3.0 Non-Financial Analysis of the Restaurant 5 3.1 Products and Services 5 3.2 Market Segmentation 5 3.3 Strategies 7 3.31 Competitive Edge 7 3.32 Promotion Strategy 7 3.33 Management Summary 7 4.0 Financial Analysis of the Restaurant 8 4.1 Breakeven Analysis 8 4.2 Cash Flow Data 9 4.3 Income

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  • Family

    Definition of Family: … a social group characterized by common residence, economics, cooperation and reproduction. It includes adults of both sexes, at least 2 of whom maintain a socially approved or adopted, of sexually cohabiting adults. –George Murduck Other sociologists and anthropologists define family as a group of people who are united by ties of marriage, ancestry, or adoption and who are reorganized by the community as constituting a single household and as having responsibility for rearing

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  • Family

    Family Dollar Implementing a Retail Strategy - Transcript 1. Family Dollar Implementing a Retail Strategy Family Dollar is one of the fastest growing discount store chains in the United States. During the last ten years, more than 4,000 new stores have been added to the chain, of which over half were added in the last five years. The merchandising strategy that drives this growth provides customers with good values on basic merchandise for the family and home in a small-box, neighborhood format

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  • Family

    dispose to make ethical decision in business. Cite one specific example. Discuss briefly. As one specific example on how does my biological tree dispose me to choose what is right and good in business is the influence they impacted that if I bring honor and glory to the family the more they will boost you and be proud of as one of the family members. The culture of the Filipino is close family ties that if we became unethical or doing bad in the business the family will not support you but if we choose

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  • Family

    Many sociologists argue that the family has lost a number of its functions in modern industrial society. Institutions such as business, political parties, schools, and welfare organizations now specialize in functions formerly performed by the family. Talcott Parsons argues that the family has become 'on the "macroscopic" levels, almost completely functionless. It does not itself, except here and there, engage in much economic production; it is not a significant unit in the political power system;

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  • Families

    Families and Households There is a large debate amongst many Sociologists in relation to gender divisions of labour within families and households. Factionalists such as Murdock accomplished that family is so beneficial to society that it is unavoidable and global. This view is not shared by all sociologists. Feminists would dispute what functionalist’s state. Most feminists believe family exploits and discourages women. Parsons, a functionalist argues that there is a strong detachment of

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  • Family

    ASSIGNMENT # 2- FAMILY RELATED ISSUES LEG 500- LAW, ETHIC, AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DRA NEKIA HACKWORTH KARLA ZALDANA JAN 30, 2012 INTRODUCTION The FMLA entitles eligible employees of covered employers to take unpaid, job-protected leave of specified family and medical reasons with continuation of group health insurance coverage under the same terms and conditions as if the employee had no taken leave. Eligible

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  • Overseas Listing and State-Owned-Enterprise Governance in China

    Yinzhi Miao Oversea Listing and State-Owned-Enterprise Governance in China: the Role of the State LL.M. Long Paper Harvard Law School Supervised by Prof. Reinier Kraakman and Mark Roe April 2012 Oversea Listing and State-Owned-Enterprise Governance in China: the Role of the State Yinzhi Miao Abstract: There are both considerate horizontal and vertical governance problems in the Chinese state-owned-enterprises (SOEs). Due to their privileged positions in the political economy, traditional

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  • Key Nonfamily Management: the Visible Commitment to Managing the Family Business Professionally

    Chapter 9 Key nonfamily management: the visible commitment to managing the family business professionally. The perspective of nonfamily managers * The “Discovery Action Research Project” on family business found that non family managers tended to regard their families positively; in fact most would like to see the companies continue as family business. Despite the positive attitude, the study identified several problems in the relationships between owners and nonfamily managers. The differences

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  • Castle's Family Business Plan

    Castle’s Family Restaurant Business Plan: Stage III DeVry University Executive Summary The purpose of this business plan is to understand the restaurants business and its operations to improve its customer service and its employee relations. The Castle Family Restaurant has eight restaurants that operate under one regional manager that also acts as the Human Resource Manager for the restaurants. The goal is to develop a plan that can decrease the travel time of the regional manager so; that

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  • Monitor the Financial Performance of Privately Owned Business

    How can the financial performance of privately owned business be monitored? What are the main ways of monitoring to ensure the sound financial performance of an organization? Make use of examples to illustrate your arguments and answers. Name: XIE Yang (Jasmine) Tutor’s name: Diane Marsh Date: 16/09/2013 Word count: 1403 Introduction A primary responsibility of any business is to understand the financial situation. With this understanding, the company can

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  • Family Business

    Family business is a business in which, one or more members within the management team are drawn from the owning family. Family businesses can have owners who are not family members. Family businesses may also be managed by individuals who are not members of the family. However, family members are often involved in the operations of their family business in some capacity and, in smaller companies, usually one or more family members are the senior officers and managers. Many businesses that are

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  • The Family

    The Family With its Narrow Privacy and Tawdry Secrets is the Source of all Our Discontent Edmund Leech’s statement from his Runaway World lecture in 1974 “the family with its narrow privacy and tawdry secrets is the source of all our discontent” suggests that the family is a negative force within society. This essay will describe what the family is, what its main functions are and outline the different types. It will explain how the family is detrimental to its members with its narrow privacy and

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  • Family

    modernism and capitalism, movement of people and goods across national borders has become easy. Foreign investment became a common trend particularly in the 20th century. People have found employment overseas. People from various countries work or do business together. With these developments, it is obvious that conflicts between parties of different nationalities occur and liability to tax on income of foreigners especially among those engaging in trading venture. Whilst the laws affecting domicile and

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  • The Competitive Advantages of Family Business in the Business Industry Compared to Non-Family Business

    Successful Family Business 1 The competitive advantages of family business in the business industry compared to non-family business By Kateleen Louise L. Reyes En12 (Communication in English II) School Of Management March ,2013 Running Head: Successful Family Business 2 Family businesses are vital in every country and have an important role in our global economy. In many countries, family businesses control significant parts of the economy as well as the economic structure. Family businesses

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  • The Role of Family Business

    same and also certain found that men will be much better perform expatriate task rather than female expatriates manager. 1.0 INTRODUCTION Business firms are increasingly becoming aware that the key to success in the marketplace rests with their ability to mobilize and utilize their human resource talent in formulating and implementing new global business strategies. To achieve that, many medium-sized and large companies send professionals abroad and many of them plan to increase their number of

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  • Family Business Case

    Family Business Case LS 312-02 Ethics and the Legal Environment Kaplan University 4-27-14 INTRODUCTION The stakeholders in the “Family Business” case are Brad the owner, the employees, R and S Electronics, Eddie the General Manager, Greg the service technician, and Jane the head of the Payroll Department. The interests of the stakeholders are to run a smooth, profitable business. Jane’s interest is to insure the employees get paid correctly and to manage payroll. The employee’s interests

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  • Women Owned Business

    civil rights movement affirmative action has been the root of equality. However, has the movement been successful for women-owned business throughout the years? When President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order 10925 on March 6, 1961, which established Equal Employment Opportunity, it has opened doors for minorities. (OFCCP, 1961) The order informed contractors doing business with government take affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment

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  • The Family

    THE FAMILY The Consanguine Family (The First Stage of the Family) The Punaluan Family The Pairing Family The Monogamous Family The Iroquois Gens The Greek Gens [The Rise of Private Property] The Rise of the Athenian State The Gens and the State in Rome The Gens Among Celts and Germans The Formation of the State Among the Germans Barbarism and Civilization Appendix: A Recently Discovered Case of Group Marriage INTRODUCTION After Marx’s death, in rumaging through Marx’s manuscripts

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  • Family

    Family is an important unit of society. It holds great importance in social life. It is the strongest unit of society. A society is made up of families. A family is the first school in which a child receives the basic values of life. He learns good manners in the family. The morals and values learnt in family become our guiding force. They make our character. They lay the foundation of our thinking. I feel fortunate to be born in a family where values are inculcated in early childhood.

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  • Women Owned Business

    Women-owned Small Business (WOSB) Women-owned Small Business (WOSB) Unit 9 Project Beatriz Martinez CM 107 Professor Krishnan March 11, 2014 Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Women Owned Small

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  • The Two Sides of the Family Business

    The Two Sides of the Family Business The Two Sides of the Family Business Many people may think it would be wonderful to run their own business. They can imagine the freedom of being their own boss, making the decisions in the day to day running of their company, and keeping the profits for themselves instead of spending their blood, sweat, and tears for someone else’s benefit. And if this was a family business? That can make it seem even more attractive. Working with loved ones, sharing in

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  • Leadership Styles, Entrepreneurial Orientation and Family Business Growth in Ghana

    Leadership styles, entrepreneurial orientation and family business growth in Ghana. The research problem While the number of family business abounds in Ghana, one sees lots of these slowly dying and some going bankrupt (Wolf, 2004). The lack of continuity and growth in family businesses is a major concern because of the primary contributory role that family businesses play in the world economy (Lansberg 1999: 1). It is perceived that entrepreneurial activities in Ghana lack the dynamism and

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  • Family

    (Western/American) cultures' emphasis on family. The word 'family' holds a different meaning for everyone and depending on how they were raised, some people may put more of an emphasis on family than others. Another factor that contributes to how people feel about family and how much emphasis they place on things such as respect, familial roles, and family duties is their culture. Different cultures emphasize the importance of different things in society, family matters, and personal affairs. The purpose

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  • Family Business

    figures Preface xiii x Part I Structures for Family and Business: Family Business Governance 1 Chapter 1 Maximizing Success through Professional Family Business Governance 3 Alexander Koeberle-Schmid Interview: Dr. Jürgen Heraeus, chairman, Heraeus Holding, Germany 3 Family enterprises are special 7 Sound family business governance 9 Best-practice recommendations 16 Important definitions 17 Chapter 2 Challenges to the Governance of the Family Enterprise 20 Ernesto J. Poza Interview: Mr. Bruce

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  • Family

    курсу спеціальності 6.030500 «Переклад». Зміст 1. Unit 1. Family: definition, description, functions, common problems……5 2. Unit 2. Extended family…………………………………………..............11 3. Unit 3. Nuclear family…………………………..………………………..14 4. Unit 4. Single-parent family. Common problems. Parental concerns……20 5. Unit 5. The breadwinner …………………………………………………25 6. Unit 6. Foster care and adoption…………………………………………

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  • Family Firm

    whole market, family firms have been paid special attentions by scholars with a long time. However, it is scarce to find the related studies about the family impact on corporate performance especially during hard times despite its prevalence around the world. Now, many scholars have realized the importance about family firms due to their reciprocal impact (Sharma, 2004). Previous researches mainly concentrate on two topics including the strategic behavior and family influence of family firms. For

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  • Emerging Indian Family Business Study

    Emerging Family Businesses India Study - 2011 Collaboration Opportunities © 2011 RedSeer Consulting Confidential `and Proprietary Information Informatio © 2011 RedSeer Consulting Confidential and Proprietary Information. 1 Emerging Family Business India Study Objective of the Study: • • • • Understanding family business landscape in India Identify the key pain areas in family business management

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  • Family

    Family Functioning Factors1 Sections A through F Family Identifying Information: Name 1 DOB Relationship Children’s Bureau of Southern California. (1997). Family Assessment Form. California: Authors. Reprinted with permission from Sandy Sladen, LCSW. Family Assessment Form Family Functioning Factors SECTION A: LIVING CONDITIONS* A1. Cleanliness/Orderliness - Outside Environmental Conditions Refers to environmental health and hygiene factors (e.g. litter, garbage, vermin, clutter, odors around

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  • Family Business Models

    Family business models This page intentionally left blank Family business models Practical solutions for the family business Alberto Gimeno Associate Professor in Business Policy and Director of the Advanced Management Program (AMP), ESADE Business School, Spain Gemma Baulenas Family Business Knowledge S.L. Joan Coma-Cros Family Business Knowledge S.L. © Alberto Gimeno, Gemma Baulenas & Joan Coma-Cros 2010 All rights reserved. No reproduction, copy or transmission of

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  • Castle's Family Restaurnat Business

    Castle’s Family Restaurant Business Assessment Vidalena Rascoe DeVry University Introduction Castle’s Family Restaurant have expanded in the northern California region with eight actively open restaurants. Jay Morgan concurrently holds the titles of operations manager and Human Resource manager for all eight restaurants commuting weekly to each store handling all managerial operations. With roughly 300 to 340 employees currently working in the eight restaurants approximately 120-136 are

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  • How to Operate a Family Business

    voorgesteld. Om tien voor jong, oud, uitbundig en rustig. Dat zijn de Gentse Feesten in een uur ’s morgens is het al drummen geblazen aan het podium. Voor de gelegenheid notendop. zijn er verschillende arrangementen voor families en vip’s om optimaal van het wielerfeest te genieten. Gent-Wevelgem wordt steevast eind maart gereden. Tien dagen lang feesten MEER INFO: DEINSE FEESTEN Inspiratie voor huis, tuin en leven De Deinse Feesten zijn

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  • Petroleum Family Business

    Our group's choices for a business info system to create include these businesses: -Travel agency -Clothing retail shop -Small bed & breakfast chain -Motor-oil delivery company -Dried nuts store The top choice that we have decided on is the travel agency, and the motor-oil delivery company is our second choice. The travel agency is ideal because it is a family business that is trying to implement more technology to improve efficiency and effectiveness. Many of the office's data are

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  • Castle’s Family Restaurant Business Plan: Stage Iii

    Executive Summary Castle’s Family Restaurant has been a highly successful restaurant operating in the northern California area for the last thirteen (13) years. As a family-owned chain, the restaurant as proven success by operating eight (8) restaurants under the family name. In an effort to continue achieving the high levels of success that it has experienced over the years and possibly expand further, certain aspects of the operation of the company will have to be controlled by technology. One

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  • Wholly Owned Subsidiary

    licensing, new promotional materials depending on the culture and market information, and other administrative costs. * Entering the export business requires careful planning when it comes to their different strategies, such as picking the most competitive price and knowing the threats and opportunities for the exported products of AMC. Wholly Owned Subsidiary Advantages: * The operational and strategic control can be influenced highly by the mother company, which is the Alaska Milk Corporation

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  • Babbitt Ranches: Governance and Strategic Planning in Family Business

    objectives as they relate to the corporate strategy. The case study; is about the mercantile and ranching industry leader Babbitt Ranches for analyzes of the ethics within the family business as it relates to their corporate strategy. It was the challenge of President Bill Comdisco to lead the organization in new business opportunities that were inclusive of the companies long standing values. Mr. Cordasco recognized that the future of the organization was contingent upon meeting the needs of the

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  • Ls - Family Business

    Unit 2 Assignment: Family Business Case Lizzeth Wise Kaplan University Family Business Case The Family Business case clearly shows Jane the Payroll Department Manager, Eddie the General Manager, Greg the Service Technician and Brad the Owner of R&S Electronic Service Company are the stakeholders. According to a corporate stakeholder can affect or be affected by the actions of a business as a whole. Which in this case all of the above could be affected by the actions of

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  • Family Businesses

    of good governance in family businesses. In a study by Professor Panikkos Poutziouris of the Cyprus Institute of Management of 42 companies on the London Stock Exchange, listed family firms outperformed their listed non-family rivals by 40 percent from 1999 to 2005. But the study also shows that the outperformance of the Family Business63 Index only applies when the interests of shareholders and management are aligned. Credit Suisse64 research also showed that family-owned companies perform better:

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  • Family to Family

    UNIVERSITY BAPTIST THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY Family to Family Submitted to Dr. Gene Jefferies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of EVAN 525 Contemporary Evangelism by Shawn T. Hunt October 4, 2014 Abstract The book Family to Family is a concrete guide for the family that has lost connection with itself. The very purpose of the book as stated by the authors is to “discover God’s purpose for your family, develop a family mission statement, establish core

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  • Family Owned Estate Planning

    Family Owned Business Estate Planning In this case study, as John’s financial advisor, I have been tasked with reducing, or eliminating the potential estate tax burden of John’s estate. Additionally, I am tasked with maximizing the amount of wealth transferred to John’s heirs. John, age 61, is married to Jane, age 60. He owns Victory Company, a family business professionally valued at $5.6 million. He and Jane have three children and seven grandchildren. One son, Paul, manages Victory Company

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  • Family Business Case Study (in Portuguese)

    Desenvolvimento. Sucessão. ABSTRACT Estimates suggest that the family business is the predominant type of company in the world and that its performance has exceeded the non - family businesses. On the other hand , these companies seem to face difficulties in the transition of leadership , with a high mortality rate with each passing generation. The great challenge of family - business is succession because , as statistics, every 100 family businesses founded in Brazil, only 30 survive to the second

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  • Family Business

    Family Business Self-Assessment Family firms, even if often underestimated, are the backbone of the worldwide economy: it is estimated that in U.S. and Canada, the 90 percent of all the businesses are family-owned and the majority of the world’s most successful medium-sized companies are also family firms1. They employ the 48 percent of the work force and produce the 50 percent of the total GDP2. The reasons of the success of this type of business are numerous and different but it is

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  • Family Firms

    Family Firms and their Governance Creating Tomorrow’s Company from Today’s by Sir Adrian Cadbury Family Firms and their Governance Creating Tomorrow’s Company from Today’s by Sir Adrian Cadbury Family Firms and their Governance Creating Tomorrow’s Company from Today’s by Sir Adrian Cadbury Introduction Family-owned firms are one of the foundations of the world’s business community. Their creation, growth and longevity are critical to the success of the global economy. Although facing

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  • Ant 101 Week 3 Dq 2 Doing Business with Family

    Week 3 DQ 2 Doing Business with Family To Buy This material Click below link Nowak and Laird’s Applying Anthropology 6.2 box, in Cultural Anthropology, proposes the following question: The familiar saying “never do business with family” advises against the practices used in many of the chiefdom societies discussed in this chapter. This old saying implies that doing business with family will create conflict

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  • Castle Family Restaurant Business Plan Stage Ii

    Castle’s Family Restaurant Business Plan: Stage II April Reid November, 26 2010 DeVry University Mr. Morgan now that I have assessed your business needs I want to go even further and explain the details of the HRIS application I feel would be beneficial to you and your company Castle’s Family Restaurants. The HRIS I mentioned to you before that I feel would work best for you is the Management Information System (MIS). HRIS TYPE: The MIS system will allow for the eight stores to be connected

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  • State-Owned Enterprise and Their Financial Performance

    Program Dept. of Business Administration International Islamic university Chittagong Dhaka campus INTERNSHIP REPORT ON PRODUCTION & FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE OF STATE OWNED ENTERPRISES (SOEs) IN BANGLADESH Supervised by: Mohd. Mohsin Assistant professor in Finance Dept. of Business Administrative International Islamic university Chittagong Dhaka campus Prepared by: Mukter Hossain ID: B071515 24th Batch, BBA Major in Finance & Banking Dept. of Business Administration International

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  • Family Business and Entrepreneurships in China Harilela Case-Study

    What must Aron do to gain the trust of the family and to lead the family into the 4th generation? To start with I would like to emphasise that Aron seems to be in the good position with gaining the trust of the family. However, he understands well that nowadays the business structure and way of doing business are changing very fast and dramatically. As a result, Harilela family have to correspond to this trends to continue its success in the modern world. Personally I would not say that I agree

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  • Family

    Every individual as a human being is, voluntarily or involuntarily, a part of an organization, family and society. By default each human being is social animal and is expected to behave in certain manner within each of these. Also he/she has expectations from other people who are also a part in all of these. For every aspect a human being has a different behavior and a different set of expectations depending on whom is he/she dealing with. Our behavior towards and expectations from our boss will

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