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Killexams : BEA Implementation guide - BingNews Search results Killexams : BEA Implementation guide - BingNews Killexams : Meet Bea the burrowing owl, who has an appetite for YouTube videos

More than 90,000 cat videos get uploaded daily to YouTube, according to the platform's exact Culture and Trends report and speaking to the over-the-top human interest in the content.

In exact years, cats have even emerged as an audience, with high-definition video of squirrels, hungry birds and chipmunks to keep Mr. Fluff occupied. (Dog-related content, for what it's worth, doesn't garner nearly the views.)

It appears an appetite for video has jumped species in Houston, Minn., where a young burrowing owl named Bea at the International Owl Center is transfixed by YouTube videos playing on a cellphone. She brings hyper-focus to the sounds and movements of birds, rodents and insects onscreen.

The news will trigger smiles in Owl Center followers, but something deep in the raptor's DNA has opened a way to work better with the owl.

Bea, 4½ months old and the size of "a pop can on stilts," is an education bird at the Owl Center that was bred in captivity, said Karla Bloem, the center's executive director. Bea's parents, from Kansas, could not be released back to the wild.

In her young life, Bea has grown accustomed to being handled by, and in the company of, people — it's all she has ever known. And yet the owl is a product of her species, known for preferring open country and grassy pasture to pursue prey and to nest in holes they scratch out themselves with their long legs or hooked beaks, or take over from gophers and other critters.

Burrowing owls are a vulnerable bird in some parts of North America. Their decline broadly has been connected to the impact of agriculture and development on habitat for burrowing wildlife. And it is the only owl species on the state of Minnesota's endangered list; its last official sighting was in 2016, Bloem said.

Like the cats drawn to YouTube, Bea's predatory radar lights up at the sound and movement of ground critters, and also calls from other species. The reaction is what any wild owl would do, Bloem said, a function of evolution.

"For [Bea], it is just hardwired," she added.

Staff leveraged Bea's acute awareness as they crafted ways to comfortably move her from the Owl Center to her home offsite. A plastic carrier with a peephole left her jumpy, perhaps because her vision was limited, Bloem said.

Bea now voluntarily enters a soft-side carrier with mesh windows, drawn to YouTube videos of birds, mice and insects — sometimes even an image of a butterfly on the move — playing on a cellphone planted deep in the carrier. The combination of a carrier with more sight lines and the cellphone video works.

Research papers overflow online with studies around real vs. artificial stimuli and their effect on wildlife behavior. The overall tenor: there is still much to explore. Lori Arent, assistant director at The Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota, said it is hard to know how a captive bird is interpreting what's playing in a video. Does it know a mouse is a mouse? Part of the allure, it appears, are movements and sounds onscreen, and it's traced to what's inherent in raptors, wild or captive: a base instinct to hunt.

Acknowledging the biological mysteries, Bloem said Bea's experience is unique and the video playback's use doesn't bear some larger explanation about the type of owl or raptors' exceptional sight and hearing.

"What works for each bird as an individual is an exploration and experimentation into what that individual likes," she said.

Added Bloem: "Bea is reacting as if what she is watching is real, but I'm not extracting meaning from it, other than what she may perceive as prey vs. threat vs. something innocuous moving around."

Thu, 13 Oct 2022 18:53:00 -0500 Bob Timmons text/html
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Leah Salterio - The Philippine Star

October 1, 2022 | 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Twenty-four-year-old actress Bea Binene enters a new chapter in her career as she recently signed a management deal with Viva Artists Agency (VAA), after her contract with the Kapuso network expired more than a year ago.

At present, Bea’s projects with Viva are still being talked about. She admits she can portray more mature roles in her forthcoming Viva projects. However, going the sexy route, like perhaps what Julia Barretto did in director Jason Paul Laxamana’s exact romance-drama, Expensive Candy, is not just yet in Bea’s plan.

“That’s what I told Viva when we first had a meeting,” Bea disclosed. “Hindi ko talagang kayang magpa-sexy (I really can’t go sexy). Hindi naman lahat siguro ng ibibigay nila sa akin, pa-sexy or daring. I’m sure I can do other projects. Hindi ko talagang kayang maghubad.

“When they say daring, hindi naman kailangan maghubad or show some skin. It also depends on the project, the story, the opportunity. Lahat naman napag-uusapan. Pros and cons, kaya ko ba? Am I confident enough to do it? Am I confident to take a risk?

“We’ll keep you updated about my forthcoming projects with VAA in this new journey of mine. As soon as there are concrete plans and specific projects, I will share in my social media accounts. Hopefully, I’ll be more visible.”

Bea is looking forward to working with a number of contract stars of Viva. “Anyone whom Viva feels has the right chemistry with me or can work well with me, okay ang working relationship with me, I will work with anyone,” Bea said.

This pandemic, Bea does not deny she and her family have been affected, just like everyone else. She closed her coffee shop (at Megamall) which struggled to stay afloat.

“I guess it was a blessing in disguise because we were able to transfer the coffee shop to my mama’s province in Nueva Ecija,” Bea shared. “We will be opening that very, very soon and we’re all busy to have it finished.”

The initial phase of the pandemic was frightening for Bea. “Nakakapanibago at nakakatakot,” she recalled. “I still feel privileged because I was able to stay home with my family.

“Of course, hindi naman natin alam ang mangyayari. I took it also as my time to have a break. Since I started in showbiz in 2004, tuloy-tuloy ang work. I was able to rest.”

She actually enrolled in an online school and learned Korean and Mandarin. “At first, it was all Netflix at the start of the pandemic at home. Then, I watched a lot of K-dramas.”

Eventually, Bea took online courses at Harvard Business School, Northwestern Kellogg School of Management and London Business School.

“Naging productive naman ako this pandemic,” she said. “I was able to accomplish a lot of things. I’m even about to finish culinary school soon.”

Bea said she will always be very thankful to GMA, where she started her showbiz career. “I wouldn’t be here without them,” she said. “For 18 years, sila ang kasama ko. Literal na sa GMA ako lumaki, tumaba, pumayat. Sila ang kasama ko.

“Even now that I’m being managed by VAA, I will stay being a Kapuso. My friends are all there. Kasama ko silang naka-trabaho. Ang dami kong tita at tito all throughout my career. They will forever be part of who I am.”

Now that Bea has wider opportunities after signing up with VAA, she is looking forward to appearing on the streaming platform, Vivamax. “Hindi nakatali ang Viva with any network,” she pointed out. “Independent siya. As long as there’s work, we’re okay.”

“Viva can help me strengthen my online presence through its streaming platform. But if there are good projects that I can do with GMA, I am always open. We can always talk about my projects and their decisions. They will forever be a part of me.”

Bea, nevertheless, still wants to become a news reporter or a news anchor in the mold of veteran Kapuso broadcasters Mel Tiangco or even Vicky Morales. “I grew up with GMA News and Public Affairs,” she said.

“I’ve been active with volunteering for Kapuso Foundation. As long as that dream is still there, hindi ko kayang maging very daring. We can talk about my projects.”

Bea simply prayed for the right timing to resume her showbiz career.

“I’m very grateful that VAA is there to welcome me. I just took a rest this pandemic. I think everyone else did because we were just all at home,” she said.

“Pero nakaka miss din mag-taping. ‘Yung mapupuyat ka. I miss seeing the fans who will go to every mall show or taping. Going back to showbiz is not something I did na biglaan lang. I also needed to work. I just waited for the blessings.

“I realized a lot of things. You should always appreciate everything that you receive, even the little things.”

Sat, 01 Oct 2022 00:00:00 -0500 text/html
Killexams : Aisling Bea shoots comedy film about a woman marrying her dead fiancé

Monday 10th October 2022, 11:36am by Jay Richardson

  • Aisling Bea stars in the film And Mrs, about a woman who presses ahead with her wedding despite her fiancé having dropped dead
  • Co-starring Colin Hanks and Billie Lourd, the bittersweet comedy is currently shooting in East London
  • Director Daniel Reisinger has "put so many brilliant, funny actors in all the parts" said Bea

Aisling Bea

Aisling Bea is to star as a woman whose fiancé dies shortly before their wedding day, yet decides to go ahead and marry him anyway, in a film currently shooting in East London.

In the bittersweet comedy And Mrs, Bea is Gemma, whose American husband-to-be, Nathan, played by Colin Hanks (Fargo), drops dead right before their nuptials.

When, with some encouragement from her chaotic but well-meaning sister-in-law, Audrey (Booksmart's Billie Lourd), Gemma decides to press ahead with the wedding, she has to overcome public opinion, the law of the land and even her own family's objections.

Directed by Australian director Daniel Reisinger (Sideswiped), the film also features Ever Decreasing Circles star Peter Egan and Detectorists' Divian Ladwa, with further cast still to be announced.

It is the second film for comedy producer Dan Hine (Cuckoo) and his production company Who's On First, set up in 2016 with Roughcut's Ash Atalla, following Borat co-creator Dan Mazer's 2021 feature The Exchange.

Posting from set, This Way Up creator Bea wrote on Instagram:

"Halfway through filming #AndMrs with @colinhanks & my adopted lil sister @praisethelourd. Director @Danreiso has put so many brilliant, funny actors in all the parts (which I'm not allowed say yet because The CIA will arrest me or something) & we have such an incredible hard working crew too.

And Mrs is written by London-based Australian Melissa Bubnic, whose credits include Shameless, Delicious and Wild Bill.

US entertainment website Variety reports that Hine will be producing alongside US producing and financing partners, FirstGen Content. Executive producers for FirstGen include Michael D'Alto, Chris Triana, Claude Amadeo and Randal Sandler.

"And Mrs is the comedy we need after the last couple of years, one which helps us laugh through the tears," Reisinger told the website. "We're lucky to have a cast gifted enough to nail the unique tone and who really embody their characters."

Hine added: "We are absolutely delighted to be working with these three actors, who all share a deep personal connection to the material. It feels like this story has really found its moment post-pandemic - we cannot wait to bring it to life."

Bea is also set to star in the crime film Sweet Dreams with Mia Goth, Niamh Algar and Nick Frost and recently shot Greatest Days, a movie based on the songs of Take That, alongside Jayde Adams, Alice Lowe and Marc Wootton.

Sun, 09 Oct 2022 23:36:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Holden Bea throws five touchdowns pass as Washougal beats R.A. Long 65-27

Holden Bea threw five touchdowns passes, three to John Costa, as Washougal won its fifth game in a row, rolling past R.A. Long 65-27 in Longview.

Washougal (6-1, 5-0) clinched a playoff berth with the win.

Bea threw a 6-yard touchdown pass to Costa in the first quarter, and Liam Atkin had two touchdown runs as the Panthers bolted out to a 21-0 lead.

Bea would add a touchdown pass to Talon Connelly and two more to Costa in the second quarter as the Panthers built a 50-13 halftime lead.

Washougal hosts Columbia River next week, while R.A. Long plays at Ridgefield.


Washougal 21 29 14 0—65

RA Long 7 6 8 6—27

First quarter

W — John Costa 6 pass from Holden Bea (Koby Johnson kick)

W — Liam Atkin 11 run (2-PAT failed)

W — Atkin 8 run (2-PAT good)

RAL — Lonnie Brown Jr. 90 kickoff return (Layne Oberloh kick)

Second quarter

W — Talon Connelly 17 pass from Bea (2-PAT good)

RAL — TraMayne Jenkins 2 run from Shaun Mize (kick blocked)

W — Garrett Mansfield 5 run (Johnson kick)

W — Costa 55 pass from Bea (Johnson kick)

W — Costa 8 pass from Bea (Johnson kick)

Third quarter

W — Sam Evers pass from Bea (Johnson kick)

W — Mercy Johnston 23 run (Johnson kick)

RAL — Koynn Williamdyke 68 pass from Mize (2-PAT good)

Fourth quarter

RAL — Aeybel Milian 41 pass from Mize (2-PAT failed)

Sat, 15 Oct 2022 09:25:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Bonnie Bea Evans

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Bonnie Bea Evans, 93, passed away Sept. 19, 2022, in Iowa City. Bonnie’s family will receive guests at Gay and Ciha Funeral and Cremation, 2720 Muscatine Ave., Iowa City, from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 24, at the Oak Hill Cemetery in Coralville. A complete obituary can be read at

Wed, 21 Sep 2022 17:02:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Trainspotting with Aisling Bea

Comic joins Francis Bourgeois's C4 series

Aisling Bea is taking part in a Channel 4 trainspotting series with TikTok star Francis Bourgeois.

The comic will be one of the celebrity guests on the five-part show, called simply Trainspotting with Francis Bourgeois. Also taking part in the digital series are singer Sam Ryder, rapper AJ Tracey, Love Islander Chloe Burrows and footballer Jesse Lingard. 

Each episode will be released on Channel 4's YouTube channel, with shorter versions on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok from Wednesday.

Bourgeois - whose trainspotting videos have won him 2.6million followers on TikTok – said: ‘Trainspotting with Francis Bourgeois has been an absolute whirlwind. When I started making videos about my hobby, I never thought anything like this would happen. It’s been totally surreal.

‘Celebrities I’ve seen on TV, stages and sports stadiums I’ve been able to take into my domain to show them how trains and all things mechanical engineering make me feel, hopefully making them feel something good too!

‘Showcasing my passion in a way I have never been able to before, has been so liberating. Showing the ins and outs that make railway enthusiasm such a rollercoaster. I cannot wait to show you all!’

Channel 4 commissioner Charlie Hyland added: ‘Watching Francis grow from a hugely popular and charming TikTok star into a brilliantly funny and authentic presenter, has been a joy which I can’t wait for the rest of the country to see.;

And Iona Goulder of programme-maker Untold Studios praised  Bourgeois’s ‘purposefully off-beat comedic charm’ and ‘encyclopedic knowledge of trains, planes and automobiles’

Published: 14 Oct 2022

Thu, 13 Oct 2022 21:59:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Bea Alonzo’s birthday plans, wish, outlook on life as she turns 35
Bea Alonzo. STORY: Bea Alonzo’s birthday plans, wish, outlook on life as she turns 35

Bea Alonzo

While she no longer obsesses over what other people think of her, it would still be hypocritical of her, Bea Alonzo said, if she said online bashing doesn’t hurt her.

“I don’t want to be a hypocrite. Sometimes, I get hurt. Because I’m only human. Sometimes, they just see a face or hear a name. But they don’t realize that it’s an real person they’re throwing hurtful words at… a person who has emotions and gets hurt,” she said at her exact solo press conference for “Start-Up PH”.

And when the vitriol does get into her, Bea doesn’t try to fight the pain; she allows herself to feel it. “Whenever that happens, I let myself get hurt. You can’t just shake it off. You have your own process [on how to deal with it],” she said.


There are valid, constructive criticisms. The rest is just noise. And through the years Bea has learned to discern one from the other. “I try to focus on the criticisms that I know will help me, because there is noise that you don’t really need in your life. And those could only do you harm. You don’t want to welcome that kind of energy,” she said. The 34-year-old actress also welcomes feedback from people who have her best interests.

“I’m fine with criticisms that come from people who I know genuinely care about me, like my fans. They’re comfortable telling me if there’s something they don’t like about the projects I do or the career decisions I make. And they say it in the most loving way because they love [me],” she pointed out.

She’s not perfect after all. “I have made many mistakes. There are many things I’m not good at. But that’s OK,” she said. “But I always try to protect my energy,” she said.

Bea knows that news about her participation in the GMA 7 adaptation of the South Korean series “Start-Up” was initially met with skepticism. “But that’s understandable,” she said. “The original Korean title has many fans, myself included. And it’s only natural for them to feel that no one else could play the characters they love, because the actors were so good,” she said.

Bea Alonzo

Bea Alonzo

The Kapuso star took it as a challenge. “I’m still grateful because it compelled me to think about how I can deliver the character a different flavor. And I’m happy it resonated with the Philippine audience. Our efforts are appreciated. The different twists that we gave the characters are recognized in a positive way,” she said.

It’s said that art imitates life, Bea said. And “Start-Up PH” is a fitting show to start her journey as a GMA 7 artist. “I’m starting a new chapter in my life here. Dani is out there to reach her dreams and to prove that she’s capable. She has lots of goals. In that regard I can relate to her. I love her fighting spirit,” she said.

Living in the moment

It has been a year since her transfer. And she can safely say that — with the help of her costars like Alden Richards and Yasmien Kurdi — she finally feels more settled in her new home network.

Bea is turning 35 on Oct. 17. But she has no plans for big celebrations. “Walang pasabog,” she quipped. After all her hard work in the past couple of months, all she really wants to have is some quiet time for herself.

“Matutulog ako. I have been very busy these days. And I’m not complaining—I feel very, very blessed. But with everything that has been happening I feel like it would be nice to take a pause. On my birthday I just want to read books, watch series and films I love,” said Bea, who plans to fly to her family to Spain soon.

“My mom and family will be there with me. We will be taking care of my apartment there,” she said. “Wellness is a priority. We need to take care of our well-being. And I’m thankful to GMA who is considerate when it comes to these things.”

And when she returns, a new soap awaits. She’s also set to do movies. But she can’t go into detail just yet.

What’s her birthday wish? “Positivity,” she said, laughing. “I have nothing more to wish for, because so many good things have already happened in my life. I just hope they continue. And I hope to deliver what people expect from me.”

Bea admitted that she has a tendency to take things too seriously. But now she tries her best to let go and just live in the moment. “When I was younger I felt like I always had something to prove. I always thought I wasn’t good enough. I always felt I was rushing,” she said.

“But in this new chapter of newfound opportunities, I gained more confidence,” Bea added. “I know that life can be fleeting — as what the pandemic taught us. So I just want to enjoy the moment… and be kind to myself. We don’t know what will happen next.”


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Sun, 09 Oct 2022 12:00:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Bea, Atkin help Washougal sink Hudson’s Bay 40-6

Atkins credited his offensive line for the Panthers’ success.

“It all starts with them,” he said. “They open up those running lanes for me and then it makes defenses play honest and then we can hit them with the pass game, and they protect Holden well.”

Hudson’s Bay’s lone score would come in the fourth quarter as time expired as William Clark took it in on a 20-yard run.


Hudson’s Bay 0 0 0 6— 6

Washougal 0 20 14 6—40

Second quarter

W — Holden Bea 1 run (Koby Johnson kick)

W — Liam Atkin 15 run (Johnson kick)

W — Atkin 42 pass from Bea (kick failed)

Third quarter

W — Atkin 18 run (2 pt. conversion good)

W — Sam Evers 25 pass from Bea (kick failed)

Fourth quarter

W — Jayson Graham 30 pass from Bea (kick failed)

HB — William Clark 20 run

Individual statistics

RUSHING — Hudson’s Bay: Rafael Bauman 6-33, Dean Castillo 13-48, Talen Leon Guerrero 3-10, Malukai Hodges 3-22, Clark 5-38. Washougal: Atkin 11-132, Bea 4-21, William Cooper 2-13.

PASSING — Hudson’s Bay: Dean Castillo 8-16-1-44, Clark 0-1-0-0; Washougal: Bea 10-20-0-196.

RECEIVING — Hudson’s Bay: Rafael Bauman 2-15, Jay Peppler 2-2, Aqeel Bauman 1-12, Mykell Gipson 1-0, Noah David 1-12, Guerrero 1-3. Washougal: Atkin 3-85, Graham 3-46, John Costa 2-20, Evers 2-45.

Fri, 07 Oct 2022 11:50:00 -0500 en-US text/html
Killexams : Bea Alonzo shares ‘next big goal’ after acquiring Spain property
Nathalie Tomada - The Philippine Star

October 13, 2022 | 12:00am

Bea Alonzo has no grand party plans when she turns 35 on Oct. 17. But the Start-Up star has already asked her home network GMA for a month-long leave to enjoy a wellness break and at the same time, bring her mom and family to her newly-purchased property abroad, which is an apartment in Madrid, Spain.

In a previous YouTube vlog, Bea revealed that she bought a unit found in a building designed by famous Spanish architect Tristan Domecq and located in Chamberi, a district described as “traditional” with “aristocratic architectural flair.”

The STAR had to ask the actress what her “next big goal” is after her what we could only imagine as a very pricey but well-deserved acquisition. It turned out Bea got so inspired by Start-Up that she’s looking to start a business.

“Marami pa (goals). I want to put up my own brand and my own company. Na-inspire ako kay Dani,” she excitedly shared, referring to her character in the primetime series with Alden Richards, Yasmien Kurdi, Jeric Gonzales, among others, about the world of start-up companies.

Bea on the set of the Philippine remake of the hit K-drama Start-Up, her first series as a Kapuso.


“You know, Yasmien got inspired also. She’s gonna put up one after our show, but I won’t announce it for her… but meron siyang business inspired by Start-Up,” she added.

As for the type of business she intends to venture into, Bea admitted she’s still carefully studying things and that it’s partly why she’s going on a month-long leave.

“We’re still trying to figure it out. Actually, that’s part of the reason why mag-le-leave din ako. Ina-asikaso namin,” she further told The STAR.

Meanwhile, the Philippine remake of the hit South Korean drama with the same title is Bea’s first TV series as a Kapuso after her network transfer in 2021. Being with GMA is like a “second wind” for her. The last time she topbilled a teleserye was back in 2017. “So, I’m happy (because) na-miss nila ako and tinanggap nila ako. This time, (it’s) a different channel. I feel like I’m also tapping a different audience na hindi siguro ako napapanood before. And happy ako, tinatanggap ako with warmth and open arms,” she said of the public reception to the drama’s first week of airing.

Bea also shared that she connected to her character Dani’s personality as a goal-getter. “I’ve been in the business for 21 years and until now, I still feel the need to deliver. I don’t relax, alam ‘yan ng mga taong nasa paligid ko.

“Maybe that’s my nature, yun yung quality ko. I never sleep on set… kahit breaks, I never sleep on set because I keep thinking about my next scenes and what I can do to Improve myself. That’s how I’m able to resonate with Dani,” she said.

Given the overarching theme of her new drama, The STAR also asked Bea about her favorite memories from her beginnings in the entertainment industry. To recall, she was only 14 when she made her showbiz debut as a member of the Star Circle Batch 10.

She looked back: “Naalala ko yung first time nakita ko yung sarili ko sa big screen… when I was 15. Dun nag-umpisa yung realization ko na artista na talaga ako… Ito talaga yung pinangarap ko. Hindi ako yung napilitan mag-artista or na-discover lang. I really want to be an actress. That’s my dream.”

Another fond memory of hers was being able to travel abroad for the first time, the US in particular, for work.

She also remembered the first time she discovered she had fans. “Nag-noontime show ako nun. Then, there were people carrying banners bearing my name — Bea Alonzo,” she said.

She recalled wrongly assuming that these people were just being forced to hold these banners up, and that everything was staged and scripted. “So when fans approached and had their pictures taken with me, and they were saying they accepted me, they loved me, I just couldn’t believe it! Totoo pala may fans na ako. Those are my fond memories of when I was starting out,” she said.

Bea could say that she has since changed a lot not just as an actress, but also as a person.

“Actually, malaki. It’s not just in acting but in all things, kahit sa ganitong events, concerts abroad, interviews and cover shoots. Before, pre-pandemic or maybe when I was younger, parang lagi akong may gustong patunayan (I always wanted to prove something) and I was more concerned with what people would say about me,” she said.

“Now, after the pandemic, I’m starting a new chapter in my career. Now that I have newfound opportunities, I feel like I also have this newfound confidence. Sa totoo lang… dati marami rin naman akong opportunities na sini-celebrate ng mga tao, like box-office movies, TV shows, and I really enjoyed those things.

“But the difference now is that…before, mas nag-iisip ako ng, ‘I’m not good enough,’ kasi bata ka and you’re always thinking baka mawala ‘to eventually. So, you’re always in a rush.”

Nevertheless, what Bea primarily realized over the pandemic is how time is fleeting. “Ang daming nawala na mga mahal sa buhay during the pandemic… I know that (life) is fleeting and we don’t even know if there’s still a third wind. So right now, I just try to enjoy the moment and try to live the moment as much as possible.”

Thu, 13 Oct 2022 00:00:00 -0500 text/html
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