Food Technology

  • Technology

    Technology Technology is the fastest growing industry in the world. The reason for technology being so important is because it has a huge spectrum of uses and purposes. Exploring these uses and purposes is a required task for us to complete. Learning the uses and purposes of technology will give one a better understanding of why technology is important. Technology makes life in today’s society much more convenient and expedient. The fact that technology is used by almost everyone is extraordinary

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    failure to comply with, laws and regulations applicable to our products or our business operations; changes in accounting standards and taxation requirements; our ability to achieve overall long-term goals; our ability to protect our information technology infrastructure; additional impairment charges; our ability to successfully manage Companyowned or controlled bottling operations; the impact of climate change on our business; global or regional catastrophic events; and other risks discussed in

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    Zack DeYmaz Dr. Lewis Eating Culture Food Procurement With such a wide variety of brand names and prices, going to your local grocery store can seem overwhelming with all the choices put in front of you. But what you don’t think about is, “Why am I at Kroger?” The reason is probably because that’s where my family shops or the affordable prices. In reality, economics controls what we eat according to financial status or social class. Anderson elaborates in chapter 5 of “Everyone Eats”, “Economics

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    The research of organic food The research of organic food Organic foods are foods that are produced without using modern synthetic inputs such as synthetic pesticides and chemical fertilizers. (Wikipedia, 2011, para. 1). Some people think organic foods are healthier than the traditional foods, some people oppose this opinion. The most important difference between organic foods and traditional foods is the farming method. The different farming methods have the different levels impacts on the

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  • Evaluation - Food Technology Gcse

    these were important in the body and what they helped prevent. This helped me gain more insight and helped me know how important they were. Then, I found out a list of foods that contained these nutrient sin high quantities. With this, I was able to choose what dishes I was going to make. Before I chose these dishes however, using Food for a PC, I was able to know how much Calcium and Vitamin D these dishes contained. Comparing the figures to the DRVs, I was able to know what needed to be adjusted.

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    Have you ever thought about why foods taste different? It's really quite amazing. Your tongue and the roof of your mouth are covered with thousands of tiny taste buds. When you eat something, the saliva in your mouth helps break down your food. This causes the receptor cells located in your tastes buds to send messages through sensory nerves to your brain. Your brain then tells you what flavors you are tasting. |[pic] | Taste buds probably play the

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    Strengths: • Zenith Pet Foods, Inc. delivers high quality dog food • Freshness is a unique selling point within the dog food market • Zenith has a history of blue ribbon winners Weakness: • The high proposed costs could stretch promotional budget • Not a familiar product • Consumers must go to the freezer section to purchase • Can only be sold in stores equipped to sell frozen products • Zenith has no experience selling to the household market • Kept frozen to maintain freshness Opportunities:

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  • Gcse Food Technology- Quick Revision- Topic: Manufactures and New Products

    Food Technology Revising Why manufactures may use the internet for a new product 1) They could use the internet to research peoples favourite type of hot drinks weather they’re tea, coffe or hot chocolate. The internet could be used to also create a questionnaire for the public to vote on their favourite hot drinks and to give direct feed back if they like their drinks creamy/milky/thin and runny. The internet could also be used to locate any new types of recipes and what other types of ingredients

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    національний університет імені Юрія Федьковича факультет іноземних мов кафедра англійської мови Курсова робота (проект) з ________________англійської мови__________________ (назва дисципліни) на тему: Термінологічна система «foods» в англійській мові Студента(ки)_II__курсу групи__205__ напрям підготовки___0305______ філологія 6.020303 Англійська мова та література Гуцул Юлія Миколаївна

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  • Technology

    the minds of every people to make the living better. Nowadays, technology has advanced in tremendous leaps and bounds. We cannot imagine the world without technological advances such as computer, televisions, machines and so on. However there are some advantages and disadvantages of technology. First of all, technologies play a very important role in society because it makes life easier to live on and less time consuming. Technology has the ability to create shortcuts in working. People do not

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  • Technology

    The word technology refers to the making, modification, usage, and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, systems, and methods of organization, in order to solve a problem, improve a preexisting solution to a problem, achieve a goal, handle an applied input/output relation or perform a specific function. It can also refer to the collection of such tools, including machinery, modifications, arrangements and procedures. Technologies significantly affect human as well as other animal species'

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    SYLLABUS BSA/310 Version 8 1 Course Syllabus College of Information Systems & Technology BSA/310 Version 8 Business Systems Copyright © 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2008, 2006, 2005 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course reviews common business systems and their interrelationships. Business systems covered include finance, accounting, sales, marketing, human resources, legal, and operations. Emphasis is placed upon the inputs and outputs of information

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    ~Reference~CHOICE – The peoples’ Watchdog, Food Miles – Why Eat Local? 2008, 1-4 (links), online, http://www.choice.com.au/reviews-and-tests/food-and-health/labelling-and-advertising/sustainability/food-miles.aspx | ~Summary~ | ~Analysis~ | A basket of groceries from a supermarket is equivalent to two trips around the world. The term “food miles” simply means the measure of the distance the food travels from production to consumption. CHOICE advocates are calling for localised eating to counter

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    Name: Mohammad yaseen Technology changes our society Technology is the usage and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, systems, and methods of organization, in order to solve a problem, accomplish goals or perform a specific function. It can also refer to the collection of such tools, including machinery, modifications, arrangements and procedures. This new innovation comes with both advantage and disadvantages. Technologies significantly affect human as well as animal species'

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  • Food

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  • Technology

    TECHNOLOGY What is technology? How does it help us? How did technology evolve? What are the consequences of the evolution of technology? These are just some of the questions people all over the world about technology. But I will give you what’s my idea about technology based from the film showing that I saw. Technology is a thing that helps people make their lives easier. During the old ages, there were no advanced technologies. People were nomadic and they always relied on nature to

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    Phoenix McDonalds and Burger King remain two of the most popular fast food restaurant choices for those who are looking for food on the fly. Both of these establishments serve a variety of hot sandwiches, fries, and sodas as well as offering some healthy alternatives, such as salads and fruit. However, whether you call it a Whopper or a Big Mac, the components make it a hamburger, that most American of American fast foods. So, In order to choose between them, one must look deeper than the menu

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    as probable. Due to better technology and techniques it was estimated that the ozone will deplete to 16.5% over the next 30 years. The research also warned about increases of skin cancer, widespread destruction to food crops, ocean phytoplankton and other sea organisms. Despite the studies conducted, DuPont argued that no ozone depletion has been detected. They stated that CFCs were responsible for keeping food from rotting in 100 million American homes, transporting food unspoiled on refrigerated

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    Change December 15. 2013 Change Food Politics: the political aspects of production, control, regulation, inspection and distribution of food. The politics can be affected by the ethical, cultural, medical and environmental disputes concerning proper farming, agriculture and retailing methods and regulations. Food politics is something most college students know nothing about. But without it, one bite from that burger you love from McDonalds could kill you. Do you ever stop and think about who

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  • Technology

    Technology is the making, modification or improvement, applied activity or behavior, use and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, systems, methods of organization, or environmental modifications or arrangement in order to solve a problem, improve a preexisting solution to a problem, achieve a goal or perform a specific function. It can also refer to the collection of such tools, machinery, modifications, environmental arrangement and procedures. Technologies significantly affect human

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  • Food for the Eyes - Food Photography

    Food for the eyes - Food Photography A Research Paper Presented to The Faculty of the Languages and Literature Department College of Liberal Arts De La Salle University – Dasmariñas Dasmariñas, Cavite In Partial Fulfilment of the requirements for the Course ENGL102 – Communication Arts and Skills II Maria Cristina Ramos Kris Shellah Cubilla Francis Paolo Peñaflor Maria Teresa Bonoan May 2010 A .Thesis Statement Food Photography’s art composition can entice the viewer’s

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  • Technology

    Technology is a broad concept that deals with a species' usage and knowledge of tools and crafts, and how it affects a species' ability to control and adapt to its environment. In human society, it is a consequence of science and engineering, although several technological advances predate the two concepts. Technology is a term with origins in the Greek "technologia", "τεχνολογία" — "techne", "τέχνη" ("craft") and "logia", "λογία" ("saying").[1] However, a strict definition is elusive; "technology"

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    Technology is used to enhance human beings physically and intellectually, however many people is discovering that that technology is a two-edged sword; the benefits are equally balanced by the downsides. It is said that particular jobs will inevitably disappear as a result of technological advancements threatening the importance of the job. Today, many jobs such as ATMs replace bank tellers, answering machines replace operators, and insightful descriptions of the product on Internet shopping sites

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    I Introduction Technology I.1 What is technology? I.2 First inventors I.3 How science affects technology I.4 How technology affects science I.5 Discussion questions 2 Chemistry connects to . . . . . . I.1 What is technology? Think for a moment what it might be like to live in the 14th century. Image that you could travel back in time and found yourself in a small European village in 1392. What do you think you would find? How would you cook your food? Would you use an oven

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    INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS PUBLISHING Bioinsp. Biomim. 1 (2006) P1–P12 BIOINSPIRATION & BIOMIMETICS doi:10.1088/1748-3182/1/1/P01 PERSPECTIVE Biomimetics—using nature to inspire human innovation Yoseph Bar-Cohen Jet Propulsion Lab, California Institute of Technology, 4800 Oak Grove Drive, Pasadena, CA 91109-8099, USA E-mail: yosi@jpl.nasa.gov Received 7 November 2005 Accepted for publication 7 March 2006 Published 27 April 2006 Online at stacks.iop.org/BB/1/P1 Abstract Evolution has resolved many of nature’s

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    Introduction. TECHNOLOGY ! I.1 What is technology? I.2 First Inventors I.3 How science affects technology I.4 Discussion questions I.1 What is technology? Think for a moment what it might be like to live in the 14th century. Image that you could travel back in time and found yourself in a small European village in 1392. What do you think you would find? How would you cook your food? Would you use an oven, a fire, or a microwave? How would you eat your food? Do you think you

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  • Food

    Food is the basic necessity of life. It should be pure, nutritious and free from any type of adulteration for proper maintenance of human health. One works hard and earns to satisfy one’s hunger. But at the end of the day, we are not sure of what we are eating. We might be eating a dangerous dye, sawdust, industrial starch or other contaminated foods which are a major source of diseases. And thus,we invite diseases rather than good health. Food adulteration is basically lowering the quality of food

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  • Food Technology

    | IRCTCs e-Ticketing Service Electronic Reservation Slip | | |  This ticket will only be valid along with an ID proof in original. If found travelling without ID Proof,Passenger will be treated as without ticket and charged as per extant Railway rules. | Transaction ID: 0346075506 | PNR No: 6358241214 | Class: 2S | Train No. & Name: 12365/RNC JANSHATABDI | Date of Journey: 04-Jun-2011 | Distance: 0411 KM | Date of Booking: 28-May-2011 04:17:14 PM | Date of Boarding: 04-Jun-2011

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    Food Since the beginning of time man’s ability to provide food, fiber and fuel for himself and his companions has determined his independence, freedom, and security. No matter what history book you believe in this statement will stand true. It is a testament that no matter how much one might want something more, it is not a necessity. But things have changed drastically for the present human being. People have forgotten what it means to consume to live, and have turned to consume for a lifestyle

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  • Technology

    Technology is the making, modification or improvement, applied activity or behavior, use and knowledge of tools, machines, techniques, crafts, systems, methods of organization, or environmental modifications or arrangement in order to solve a problem, improve a preexisting solution to a problem, achieve a goal or perform a specific function. It can also refer to the collection of such tools, machinery, modifications, environmental arrangement and procedures. Technologies significantly affect human

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    The Solution to FDA Oversight Food is an essential part of everyone’s life. Therefore, there is a huge food industry that is intertwined with everyone’s life. People may not realize our relationship with food is actually quite convoluted and corrupt. This convolution and corruption are derived from food manufacturers using harmful chemicals and additives in food that could be harmful towards those who consume products containing these harmful substances. Alvin and Virginia Silverstein, authors

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    learning about food. Where our food comes from, advertising about food, how people need to buy local instead of fast food, and how we need to focus on producing more food rather than importing perfect types of food. In the next few paragraphs I will talk about all these subjects and what we can do to fix them. One thing i think we should do is make people aware about what is in our food and make people aware at a younger age. If people are exposed to the products people put into food when we are

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  • Kudler Fine Foods Technology Integration

    MEMORANDUM TO: Kudler Fine Foods FROM: Susan Hatmaker DATE: April 11, 2015 SUBJECT: Technology integration The following recommendations are in response to your request for a review of your information systems and the need for improvement in accounting operations. In reviewing Kudler’s key business and accounting needs it has been determined that they have several areas that need to be addressed. clients. The first issue is that of ordering and bookkeeping. Due to growth

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    Name Title Date Due The Technology Essay Introduction Technology entails applying the scientific knowledge practically especially in industries. Technology is an item made by man to help with accomplishing some objectives. A technology is a collection of human information that can be gone along starting with one spot then onto the next and starting with one era then onto the next. Technology is an effective compel in our world today. It helps us to create more food than sometime recently, developing

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    Abstract This study aims to determine if Haram foods actually affect the health of Muslims WHETHER GOOD OR BAD. THE RESEARCH PAPER examined DIFFERENT KINDS OF HARAM AND HALAL FOODS AND THE DISADVANTAGES OF NOT ACQUIRING HARAM FOOD like not getting a certain nutrient from a Haram food. The researcher's hypothesis is that there are positive and negative effects of haram foods to the Muslims, IT MIGHT BE REGARDING HEALTH OR THE DIET OF THE MUSLIMS. The research paper will also show what the Muslims

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  • Technology

    Technology (from Greek τέχνη, techne, "art, skill, cunning of hand"; and -λογία, -logia[3]) is the collection of techniques, skills, methods and processes used in the production of goods or services or in the accomplishment of objectives, such as scientific investigation. Technology can be the knowledge of techniques, processes, etc. or it can be embedded in machines, computers, devices and factories, which can be operated by individuals without detailed knowledge of the workings of such things.

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    Participant Media, River Road Entertainment and Magnolia Pictures Present A Magnolia Pictures Release FOOD, INC. A film by Robert Kenner 93 minutes, 35mm, 1.85 PRESS NOTES Distributor Contact: Matt Cowal Arianne Ayers Magnolia Pictures 49 W. 27th St., 7th Floor New York, NY 10001 (212) 924-6701 phone (212) 924-6742 fax publicity@magpictures.com Press Contact NY/Nat’l: Donna Daniels Public Relations Donna Daniels Lauren Schwartz Press Contact LA/Nat’l: mPRm Public Relations Alice Zou

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    Food Food is any substance[1] consumed to provide nutritional support for the body. It is usually of plant or animal origin, and contains essentialnutrients, such as fats, proteins, vitamins, or minerals. The substance is ingested by an organism and assimilated by the organism's cellsto provide energy, maintain life, or stimulate growth. Historically, people secured food through two methods: hunting and gathering and agriculture. Today, the majority of the food energyrequired by the ever increasing population

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    Vittor Jardim Freshman Composition 10/06/2015 Dr. Jessica Martell Food for everyone or quality food for almost all of them? Paarlberg and Salatin have very different stand of view about food production. Paarlberg defends that we should expand the production way to poor countries, in the other hand Salatin defend an organic production and that way bring a healthy life for people not just feed them. In my opinion a lot of people starve nowadays and die because they do not have what to eat it

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    How technology has impacted the way I eat? Before advance technology was introduced, the only possible way for me to go and buy takeaway was simply by going out to the nearest fast food shop closest to me. Smartphones for me has in no doubt changed what I eat and how I make the food. I have always been open to trying different types of food (Johari's Window) for example, Indian food rather than the usual burger and chips. Recently downloaded a fast food restaurant app on my smart phone which

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    ​Technology is used on a daily basis. To get to work, school, or appointments on time we use our alarm clocks to help us wake up. To help us fall asleep we either listen to music, watch television, or read a book on our eReader. The technology that is readily available today allows everyone to practically do everything in the comfort of their own home. With just a touch of a button, we can accomplish tasks such as shopping, taking online courses for education, and even work from home. Think about

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    JOSEPHINE A. BEOKU-BETTS in her article mentions how kitchen related tasks, such a as food preparations and cooking are considered women central activities and are seen a a woman’s “natural role”. In her article she mainly talks about the people of the Gullah community belonging to Sea Islands and neighbouring mainland regions in Georgia and South Carolina. She mentions how each task in the preparation of food in this community is gender specified. While all women and men are aquatinted with hunting

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  • Food Technology - Food Manufacture

    1. Describe the manufacturing processes used that transform the raw materials into the manufactured food product: Mixing: The process of mixing is used to evenly distribute ingredients and transforms the ingredients into dough. Within a factory setting that is creating Chocolate Chip Cookies, all the ingredients are poured into an industrial sized mixing machine that is set to mix all the ingredients together until the dough is complete. Freezing: When freezing a product, the slower the

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    of Indian Industry in the food Sector is a must. Our Government will encourage public- private participation as a catalyst towards achieving Self reliance…… …... An integrated approach to building a broad base of Scientific talent, production capabilities and a long term vision are the key elements to success“. Hon’ble Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh 26 May 2010 WILL INDIA BE ABLE TO ACHIEVE SELF SUFFICIENCY IN FOOD FOR ITS GROWING POPULATION

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  • Effects of Advanced Technology to Production of Food

    UNIVERSITY OF SAN CARLOS School of Business and Economics Department of Economics EFFECTS OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TO PRODUCTION OF FOOD A Review of Related Literature submitted to the Faculty of the Department of Economics Crystalgene D. Silorio August 10, 2015 INTRODUCTION The world has progressed through hunter–gatherer, agricultural, and industrial stages to provider of goods and services. This progression has been catalyzed by the cultural and social evolution of mankind

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    Kraft Foods Inc. is the largest food and beverage company with headquarters in the United States, second in size only (worldwide) to Nestlé SA. Kraft markets many food brands in more than 155 countries. The company's core businesses are in cheese and dairy, snack foods and confectionary, beverage and convenience foods Cheese and Dairy Products One of Kraft's major dairy brands is the Breakstone's line. Breakstone's main products are cottage cheese and sour cream. Kraft produces dozens of varieties

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    How To Avoid Junk Food Consumption By Jared Lee Ads by Google Healthy Eating www.xo.gr Ποτέ δεν ήταν τόσο εύκολο να βρεις αυτό που ψάχνεις: Χρυσός Οδηγός! Leptin Slimming Green Tea www.green-coffee-800.com Weight Management Green Tea Offers for retail and wholesale Νέο Κινητό Nokia www.nokia.com Όλα τα στοιχεία για το προηγμένο Nokia Smartphone. Ενημερώσου εδώ! Companies like McDonald, Pizza Hut and Dominos earn million of dollars by selling food items that are widely considered in the medical

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    restaurant, named Johnny’s Lunch, became a huge success and a local institution. Johnny’s Lunch offers good food, low prices, top-notch service, and a unique store atmosphere, featuring Johnny’s hot dogs, burgers, fries, onion rings, and shakes, as well as less common options like homemade rice pudding. The restaurant now wants to grow into a national QSR (quick-service restaurant, or fast food) leader similar to McDonald’s. The company is currently led by two of Colera’s grandchildren, Anthony and

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  • Technology

    Technology is improving day by day. Without technology, the world will still be in the Stone Age. Technology has helped mankind in a lot of ways. As technology improve even further, things we do also become easier and faster. Technology has brought a lot of impact to the economies in Malaysia, such as communication, Biotech and also infrastructure. Technology has brought easy, fast and reliable communication system to Malaysia. For example, technology has brought the internet and the cell phones

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    ISSUES PAPER Date 28 March 2008 Subject ISSUES PAPER: Emerging Technology Table of Contents Introduction 1 Communications Technology 2 Green City 2 Nanotechnology 2 Personalized Medical Monitors 2 Robotics 2 Mind-controlled interfaces 3 Personal Networking 3 Smart buildings 3 The future of bio-technology 3 Introduction History is full of life-changing inventions, the printing press, electricity, the telephone not to mention the foundations

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