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Will Facebook Donate $ For Like, Share and Comment of Pic?

Will Facebook Donate $ For Like, Share and Comment of Pic?

Will Facebook Donate $ For Like, Share and Comment of Pic? 

Facebook posts that claim Facebook will donate money towards a sick or injured child each time a Facebook user either shares or likes a photo is actually a form of like-farming. Will Facebook Donate $ For Like, Share and Comment of Pic?
Will Facebook Donate $ For Like, Share and Comment of Pic?

No, they will not.

Facebook posts that claim Facebook will donate money towards a sick or injured child each time a Facebook user either shares or likes a photo is actually a form of like-farming.

Facebook will NOT donate money based on the amount of likes or shares that a photo receives. The photos often depict a severely injured, ill or abused child. People are exploiting these children by spreading their photos without the parents consent. Please do not share the photos - report them instead! Please share with your friends to raise awareness on this issue.

A post that is currently circulating rapidly on Facebook, you can help a seriously ill young man just by liking, sharing and commenting. The message includes a photograph that depicts a very emaciated young man lying on a bed. The post claims that Facebook will donate $1 for every like, $3 for every comment and $10 for every share. It begs users not to ignore the plea for help.

Facebook is investigating a post that asked users to like, comment, and share a picture of a baby who the poster falsely claimed had cancer.

Facebook posts that claim Facebook will donate money towards a sick or injured child each time a Facebook user either shares or likes a photo is actually a form of like-farming. Will Facebook Donate $ For Like, Share and Comment of Pic?
Will Facebook Donate $ For Like, Share and Comment of Pic?

“This little baby has cancer and he needs money for surgery”, “Facebook has decided to help by giving 1 like = 2 dollars. 1 comment = 4 dollars. 1 share = 8 dollars. Please don’t scroll down without typing amen.”

The post received hundreds of thousands of likes, over 1,300,000 shares, and nearly 155,000 comments before being removed by Facebook, while the image of the baby covered in spots was actually taken from an interview with the child’s mother after her son received a bad case of chicken pox.

Most Facebook users will have at some point come across a Facebook post of an image of a child in need along with the assertion that sharing and liking that photo will result in Facebook donating money to help. For example, the post may claim Facebook will donate towards life-saving medication or surgery, or that the donations will go towards starving children in third world countries.

It’s actually a form of like-farming. Like-farming is the process of attempting to attract likes, shares and followers using a combination of deception and exploitation. In this case, spammers are deceiving Facebook users into believing that interacting with a Facebook post will result in donations, but this is not the case. Facebook, nor other companies will make such important donations in this context.

Congratulations to you, my friend, if you decided to look this up before you Shared or liked these type of post.

Of course many users will share or like a photo, just in case it might be true, unaware that there is actually a very dark, sinister side to these hoaxes.

The reality is that these photos of children are stolen elsewhere from the Internet, without permission from the child or family, and the photo is exploited to accumulates fans for Facebook pages in a process known as Facebook Like-farming.

Does Facebook pay you for page likes in the same manner that YouTube pays you for views?


NO – NOT AT ALL

If you come across a photo, simply report it to Facebook, and avoid commenting, liking or sharing it, since engagement on a post of any kind helps it reach more people on Facebook. Remember that these Facebook pages that publish these posts want you to engage the posts and like their pages, but it is ultimately just to get followers to their Facebook pages. Facebook Like-farming.

Tuesday

KNOW ABOUT INDIAN HISTORY

KNOW ABOUT INDIAN HISTORY

KNOW ABOUT INDIAN HISTORY


India is land of ancient civilization. India's social, economic, and cultural configurations are the products of a long process of regional expansion. Indian history begins with the birth of the Indus Valley Civilization and the coming of the Aryans.

People say that history repeats itself but in India's case it would be an exaggeration. Even though being the oldest nation in the world her history is unique in every stage, without showing any repetition. Indian History is one of the most largest and complicated of its kind in the world. Each region of the nation has its own separate history. Whether its Delhi in the north, Tamil Nadu in south or Kamarupa in the east, each has a separate historical background, yet they are joined by common bond.

Know About Indian History



1.  What was the real name of Shahjahan?

    KHURRAM



2. Who saved the life of Udai Singh?

    PANNA DHAI



3. Who established the Slave Dynasty in India?

    QUTAB-UD-DIN-AIBAK



4. Who got G.T. Road constructed for the first time?

    SHER SHAH SURI



5. Between whom the famous Tarain war was fought?

    PRITHVI RAJ & MOHD. GAURI



6. Name the invader who looted the diamond 'Kohinoor' and took it to Iran.

    NADIR SHAH



7. Name the king of Chittore who defeated and captured Mohd. Tughlaq for three months?

    HAMIR



8. Name the state which literally means 'house of clouds'.

    MEGHALAYA



9. Who got victory tower (Vijay Stambh) built in the fort of Chittaur?

    RANA KUMBHA



10. Where was the capital of Chandra Gupta Maurya established?

      PATALIPUTRA

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11. Who founded the Shung dynasty?

      PUSHYAMITRA



12. Who founded Sena Dynasty?

      SAMANT SENA



13. Nepolean compared with which ancient Indian emperor?

      SAMUDRA GUPTA



14. Which was the political and cultural center for Pandyas?

      MADURAI



15. Where was Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal Emperor, exiled by the British Govt.?

      RANGOON



16. Which two cities were unearthed in the excavation of Indus Valley?

      MOHANJO DARO AND HARAPPA



17. Whom did Guru Gobind Singh help to get the crown?

      BAHADUR SHAH (MUAZZAM)



18. In which year Nagaland was made 16th State of India?

      1963



19. By what name was Mizoram known earlier?

      LUSHAI HILLS



20. Who made an attempt to kill Rana Udai Singh in his childhood?

      BANBIR (HIS COUSIN)



21. Who gave poison to Meera Bai?

      VIKRAMADITYA (HER BROTHER-IN-LAW)



22. Who was reigning Delhi at the time of Nadir Shah's attack?

      MOHD. SHAH RANGILA



23. Who established Sikh Raj in Punjab?

      MAHARAJA RANJIT SINGH



24. Name the husband of Rani Padmini?

      RATAN SINGH



25. Which Indian king had the privilege to merge Iran into his kingdom?

      BAPPA RAWAL



26. Who came to the court of Jahagir in 1608 with a letter from James |, King of England seeking permission to trade with India?

      Captain Hawkins



27. Who performed third Shaka of Chittore?

      PHOOL KUNWAR (QUEEN OF PATTA)



28. Name the great warrior of Assam who defeated Aurangzeb.

      LACHIT BARHFUKAN



29. Which ruler of Punjab possessed KOHINOOR?

      MAHARAJA RANJEET SINGH



30. Where were Prithvi Raj's ashes kept?

      AFGHANISTAN



31. Which place was first made his capital by Rana Pratap?

      KUMBHALGARH



32. Name the popular University during the reign of king Harsh?

      NALANDA



33. Who established Mughal empire in India?

      BABAR



34. At which age Harshvardhan ascended the throne of Thaneshwar and Kannauj?

      16 Years



35. Which Peshwa brought the Maratha empire to its zenith after Shivaji?

      BALAJI BAJIRAO



36. In which year did the British Queen take over the administration of India in her hands?

      1858



37. Where did Shivaji establish his capital after assuming the title of 'Chhatrapati'?

      RAIGARH



38. Who was the greatest king of Sena Dynasty?

      VIJAY SENA



39. Who was the last king of Sena Dynasty?

      LAXMAN SENA



40. Where is the tomb of Akbar situated?

      SIKANDARA (AGRA)



41. Who built the Kailash Temple of Ellora?

      KRISHNA 1st (RASHTRAKUTS)



42. What was the full name of Rana Sanga of Mewar?

      RANA SANGRAM SINGH



43. Who destroyed the Gupta dynasty?

      THE HUNS



44. Who founded 'Din-E-Ilahi'?

      AKBAR



45. Which material was used to build houses in Mohanjo-Daro?

      BAKED BRICKS



46. Who invited Babar to invade india?

      DAULAT KHAN LODI



47. Name the first king of Mewar?

      GUHIL



48. Who is said to be the best king in Chalukya dynasty?

      PULAKESHIN II



49. Where is Jahangiri Mahal built?

      IN AGRA FORT



50. Name the brother of Rani Padmini who gave away his life to release his brother in law Ratan Singh from the captivity of Allahuddin?

      GORA



51. In the court of which king Ibn Batuta came to India?

      MOHAMMAD BIN TUGHLAQ



52. Name the king of Mewar who was good in Sanskrit language, was a good ruler as well as a good architect?

      RANA KUMBHA



53. Which Mughal king abolished Jazia (Tax) from Hindus?

      AKBAR



54. To which dynasty Kanishk belong?

      KUSHAN



55. Whom did Udai Singh declare as his successor?

      JAGMAL SINGH



56. Which was the first Indian king, who welcomed Alexander and accepted his kingship?

      AMBHIK



57. Name the elder son of Chhatrapati Shivaji.

      SAMBHA JI MAHARAJ



58. In whose reign Etmat-ud-daula Tomb got built?

      JAHANGIR



59. Between which two rivers was the empire of Porus who fought Alexander?

      JHELAM AND CHINAB



60. Whose cabinet of ministers was called 'Asht Pradhan'?

      SHIVAJI



61. Which part of India was attacked by the Arabs for the first time?

      SINDH



62. Whom did the people of Indus valley civilization worship?

      PRAJAPATI



63. Which Indian king provoked Mohd. Gauri to attack Prithvi Raj?

      JAI CHAND



64. During the reign of which king was Sanchi-Stup (Tower of Sanchi) built?

      ASHOKA



65. Under whose guidance did Chandra Gupta Maurya establish his regime?

      CHANAKYA



66. Who ended Slave dynasty?

      JALALUDDIN KHILJI



67. Who was the last king of Slave dynasty?

      KAIKOBAD



68. Who was the first king to circulate copper coins in India?

      ALTAMASH



69. Who was the father of Ashoka the great?

      BINDUSAR



70. Name the ancestor of Vir Shivaji who left Chittore?

      SAJJAN SINGH



71. Which persian scholar called India the heaven on earth?

      AMIR KHUSRO



72. To which dynasty belonged Razia Beghum, the only Muslim lady ruler in India?

      SLAVE DYNASTY



73. Name the first Muslim invader who attacked India.

      MOHD. BIN KASIM



74. Name the mother of Rana Pratap Singh?

      JAYVANTI BAI



75. Name the king of Gupta dynasty whose reign is known as golden period?

      CHANDRA GUPTA-II



76. Name the ancient ruling race from which the name Assam is derived?

      AHOMS



77. What does Mohanjo-Daro mean in Sindhi language?

      THE MOUND OF THE DEAD



78. Who was the first Muslim Sultan to attack Hindu kings of South India?

      ALLAUDDIN KHILJI



79. Name the Rajput queen who sent rakhi to Humayun.

      KARMVATI



80. Who among the nine jewels (Nav Ratnas) of Akbar's court recited poems under the pen-name Brahmdas?

      BIRBAL



81. During the reign of which king Pallav dynasty flourished?

      NARSIMHA VARMAN



82. The reign of which king is known as golden era of Mewar?

      RANA KUMBHA



83. Which was the first capital of British empire in India?

      KOLKATA



84. Who took charge to save Chittore when Akbar attacked Udai Singh?

      JAIMAL AND PATTA



85. In the court of which king Ashwaghosh, the author of Budh Charitam lived?

      KANISHKA



86. Who founded Sayyed dynasty?

      KHIZRA KHAN



87. Who was the last king of Sayyad dynasty?

      ALAM SHAH



88. Which place was the centre of power of Pallavas?

      KANCHIPURAM



89. Who has been called Hindu Surtana (King of Hindus) in Mewar?

      MAHARANA KUMBHA



90. How many times Mahmud Gazhnavi invaded India?

      SEVENTEEN TIMES



91. Whose daughter was Jodhabai (the wife of Akbar)?

      RAJA BHAR MAL OF AMER



92. Who was the ruler between the Chandra Gupta I and the Chandra Gupta II?
      SAMUDRA GUPTA



93. How many times did Prithvi Raj defeat Mohd. Gauri?

      SIXTEEN TIMES



94. Name the king of Slave dynasty who was called Darvesh King?

      NASIRUDDIN MAHMUD



95. Which king preferred to eat grass bread rather than surrender to the Mughals?

      MAHARANA PRATAP



96. Where did Udai Singh establish his kingdom after being defeated by Akbar?
      IN GOGUNDA



97. At which place did Vasco-De-Gama first land in India?

      CALICUT



98. For how many years did Portugese rule Goa?

      451 Years (1510-1961)



99. Which Rajput king fought against Babar at Khanwa?

      RANA SANGA



100. Who interrupted the Mughal domain for almost 15 years?

       SHER SHAH SURI



101. When was Indus Valley civilization unearthed?

       1922-23


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"India is the cradle of human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grandmother of tradition. Our most valuable and most astrictive materials in the history of man are treasured up in India only! "


Mark Twain.

India is a land of great variety and its unique and ancient civilization has been a great unifying factor. The vast number of diverse faiths, beliefs, religions, lifestyles, languages etc. may confound a stranger, but in essence they represent the different aspects of one nation as do the petals of a lotus flower in bloom.

However social and economic inequalities, communal clashes can put a challenge to prevailing national harmony in India. Thus, unity among religions, communities, etc. is an absolute necessity. Any clash between communities can hinder the national harmony.

7 Yoga Poses to get glowing skin

GainByBlog: 7 Yoga Poses to get glowing skin
7 Yoga Poses to get glowing skin
Mental peace and emotional balance play a very important role in our beauty subject. Some women start wrinkling premature, primarily due to stress or unhealthy lifestyle practices such as alcohol, smoking and wrong food habits. Stress can make your skin appear dull, tired and worn out. Improper digestion shows up in the form of pimples.

Yoga help in relaxing the mind and the body and reduces stress. Yoga helps in healing skin infections and allergies by maintaining proper blood circulation and flushing out toxins from the blood. The prime advantage of yoga is that every single technique that you practice has a multitude of benefits.

Yoga help you stay stress-free, improve your concentration, help you co-ordinate better and help you stay disciplined.

Today, I am going to share most favourite poses of yoga for get glowing and beautiful skin.

 1. Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend)

Improves your digestion, make blood flow into the face faster, encourage skin cell renewal and give your face a natural glow.
Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend)
Uttanasana reduces stress and depression by balancing the hormones. Improves your digestion, make blood flow into the face faster, encourage skin cell renewal and give your face a natural glow.

How to perform Uttanasana

bend forward and try to touch the ground while keeping your legs straight.
Uttanasana Steps
Stand straight with closed feet and arms raised overhead. Keep your eyes closed. Now, bend forward and try to touch the ground while keeping your legs straight. Try to stay in this position for 1 minute and then come back slowly to the standing posture.

2. Kapalbhati (Breathing Technique)

Kapalbhati helps to reduce stress in the eyes and curing dark circles around the eyes.
Kapalbhati (Breathing Technique)
Kapalbhati helps to reduce stress in the eyes and curing dark circles around the eyes. It adds beauty to your face. Improves the blood circulation problem in whole body parts.

How to perform Kapalbhati

Take a deep breath through your both nostrils, now exhale through both nostrils forcefully.
Kapalbhati Steps
Sit on the Padmasana pose, close your eyes and keep the spine straight. Take a deep breath through your both nostrils, now exhale through both nostrils forcefully, so your stomach will go deep inside. Repeat this process for 5-10 minutes. During this process focus on exhale through your nose and not on the movement of your stomach.

3. Sarvangasana (Shoulderstand)

Sarvangasana helps to remove toxins and other waste products from blood and save us from many diseases related with skin.
Sarvangasana (Shoulderstand)
Sarvangasana helps to remove toxins and other waste products from blood and save us from many diseases related with skin. It stop wrinkles, pimples and dullness. This is one of the best anti-aging exercis that can give immediate results.

How to perform Sarvangasana

Lie down with palms on the floor, lift your legs up, raise the legs and torso off the floor.
Sarvangasana Steps
Lie down with palms on the floor, lift your legs up, raise the legs and torso off the floor. Roll up onto your shoulders, find the place of balance, wherever that is for you. Using your hands and arms to support your back. Breathe deeply for 1 minute and slowly return to the starting position.

4. Balasana (Child Pose)
This yoga posture enhances the circulation of blood throughout the body.
Balasana (Child Pose)

Balasana is very easy to execute and its effects are very good. This yoga posture enhances the circulation of blood throughout the body.

How to perform Balasana
Sit down comfortably in Vajrasana and bend your head down till your forehead touches the floor.
Balasana Steps

Sit down comfortably in Vajrasana and bend your head down till your forehead touches the floor. Take both your hands towards your toes and place them in a calm manner. Hold this position for 30-60 seconds and then get back to original position.

5. Sirsasana, Shirshasana (Headstand Pose)
Sirsasana is the king of all the asanas (pose) due to its various medical advantages.
Sirsasana, Shirshasana (Headstand Pose)

Sirsasana is the king of all the asanas (pose) due to its various medical advantages. This pose gives your face a healthy glow by reversing the blood circulation. Doing this regularly helps to keep your skin wrinkle-free.

How to perform Sirsasana
Try to slowly-slowly straighten your legs towards the direction of head. Your back should be straight.
Sirsasana, Shirshasana Steps

Go to the Balasana (Child Pose) and snatch your elbows and interlock your fingers. Bring down your crown of the head to the mat on the floor and the back side of your head is touching your interlocked fingers for support your head. Try to slowly-slowly straighten your legs towards the direction of head. Your back should be straight.
Now bend your knees and keep your heels near to the butts. Slowly-slowly raise your legs straight at the angle of 90 degree. Hold the position as much as you can.

6. Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
Bhujangasana is a relaxing yoga pose that helps to reduce stress and tension.
Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)

Bhujangasana is a relaxing yoga pose that helps to reduce stress and tension. This pose helps to supply extra oxygen to the skin cells which in turn helps the body to flush out the accumulated toxins from the system.

How to perform Bhujangasana
Pull your torso back and off the floor with the support of your hands. Hold this pose for 1 minute. Don't overdo the stretch or over-strain yourself.
Bhujangasana Steps

Lie on your stomach with your toes flat on the floor and forehead resting on the ground. Place your hands under your shoulders, palms downwards. Taking deep breath in, slowly lift your head, chest and abdomen while keeping your navel on the floor. Ensure that your feet are still close together. Pull your torso back and off the floor with the support of your hands. Hold this pose for 1 minute. Don't overdo the stretch or over-strain yourself.

7. Ustrasana (Camel Pose)
Ustrasana open up your chest and enables the lungs to take in more air, hence more oxygen which is great for the body and skin. It reduces stress and balances the hormones in the body that are responsible for acnes and pimples.
Ustrasana (Camel Pose)

Ustrasana open up your chest and enables the lungs to take in more air, hence more oxygen which is great for the body and skin. It reduces stress and balances the hormones in the body that are responsible for acnes and pimples.

How to perform Ustrasana
bend back and hold your heels, let your head hang back.
Ustrasana Steps

Bend your knees and standing on your knees, your head, spine, abdomen and thighs must be in a straight line. Now bend back and hold your heels, let your head hang back. Hold this position for 30-60 seconds and then come back to the starting position by releasing the hands.

Other tips to keep your skin glowing:

Drink lots of water : 

Drink 3-4 liters water daily. Water adds natural suppleness and glow to your skin while keeping your skin hydrated and healthy.

Smile : 

This is the best and the easiest make-up you can apply on your face. The more you smile, the more your face would naturally glow.

These yoga poses will ensure that you have glowing skin throughout your life and that your skin never has a dull moment.

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Monday

CARE YOUR EYES by EXERCISE-YOGA-FOODS

GainByBlog: CARE YOUR EYES by EXERCISE-YOGA-FOODS
CARE YOUR EYES by EXERCISE-YOGA-FOODS
Hi, this article gives you some information about eye and how to care your eyes.
CARE YOUR EYES by EXERCISE-YOGA-FOODS

Our eyes are continuously fixed on the mobile screen or the computer monitor during the day, followed by eye grabbing shows on television. This constant strain and stress has given rise to eye problems like Dry eyes, Blurry vision, Eyestrain, Headaches, Trouble focusing at a distance, etc. So follow these simple and easy eye-care tips for healthy eyes.

Eye-care tips:



Rest your eyes every 30-40 minutes. Look 15-20 feet away for 20 seconds. 


Get up at least every 2 hours and take a 10-15 minute break.


If your eye strain won’t go away, then talk to your doctor about computer glasses.


Try to avoid glare from windows and lights. Use an anti-glare screen if you needed.


If you use glasses or contacts then make sure your glasses or contacts prescription is up to date and good for looking at a computer screen.


Move the screen so your eyes are level with the top of the monitor.


If your eyes are dry, blink them more.

Eye Exercises/Yoga


You can do some simple eye exercises/yoga for Improves your Eye vision, Reduces strain on the eyes and Lowers the risk of developing eye diseases. Eye exercises/yoga also helps to relieves dry eyes. 


Before going to sleep, massage your eye muscles and eye lids by gently rubbing your finger in a circular direction for at least 2-3 minutes. Massaging your eyes can help to relax your eye muscles. 


Relax your eye muscles by placing your hands together palm to palm and rub them together for creating some energy (heat). Place your palms over your eyes and allow your eyes to relax. Take long slow deep breaths. Palming is an ancient yogic technique that promotes optic nerve relaxation and improves vision. Do not let light in due to this exercise. Do this exercise whenever you have time during the day.


Place your palms in front of your eyes and focus on your palms. Inhale as you open your palms out to your sides and focus on the horizon. Exhale, bring your palms back in front of your eye and focus on your palms. This exercise will help improve your vision both up close and far away.


Foods for healthy eyes


Taking good care of your eyes and maintain your eyesight is also very vital for leading healthy lifestyle. It is a fact that your eyesight is closely dependent on your food preferences. If you include foods that contain a range of vitamins, nutrients and minerals may help reduce your risk for developing eye conditions.


Carrots


Fresh juicy carrots top the list because it is loaded with vitamin A and beta carotene. Vitamin A and beta carotene help the surface of the eye and can also help prevent eye infections.


Fish


Fish, especially salmon, can be a great food to consume for eye health. Fish have omega-3 fatty acids, which contribute to visual development and the health of the retina. Omega-3 fatty acids can also help prevent dry eye syndrome and glaucoma.


Nuts and Dry Fruits


Snacking on nuts like almonds, cashew nuts, apricots etc. helps in reducing risk related to your eyes and vision because they are rich in Vitamin E, which help in preventing cataract and eye muscle degeneration.


Oranges


Oranges and other citrus fruit contain vitamin C, which is key for eye health. Vitamin C may reduce the risk of cataracts and macular.


Fish Oil, Flaxseed Oil


Fish oil, flax-seed oil are the super supplements contain omega-3 fatty acids and have many eye health benefits.


Milk, Yogurt


Milk and yogurt can be good for the eyes. They contain vitamin A as well as the mineral zinc. Vitamin A protects the cornea while zinc helps bring that vitamin to the eyes from the liver. Zinc is found throughout the eye, especially the retina. This important mineral helps with night vision as well as the prevention of cataracts.


Spinach


All green and leafy vegetables are good for your eyes. Spinach contains high volume of lutein and zeaxanthin which prevents cell damage.


Eggs


Eggs are a great food to eat for eye health. According to recent research, adding a couple of eggs to your salad can also increase the carotenoid absorption from the whole meal as much as nine-fold. Keep in mind that once you heat egg the lutein and zeaxanthin become damaged and will not perform as well in protecting your vision. So, cook as little as possible, like poached, half-boiled or raw.


Sweet potatoes


Many people don’t know that sweet potatoes, with their mild sweetness are storehouses of many vitamins essential for eyes like vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium, beta carotene and fiber etc. which prevents eye damage and restores damaged eye cells, back in to good shape.

Eating healthy is good for your whole body, especially your eyes. Including these some foods in your diet, will give you clear results for you and your love one’s eyes.


Last best tip



Placed fresh cucumber slices over the eyes for 10-15 minutes refresh sore, tired eyes.


Everyone needs a regular eye exam, even young children. It helps protect your eye sight and lets you see your best. 
Care your eyes by Exercise, Yoga and Foods.

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