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Technology and Gaming Hub About Generation Connect Empower Engage Participate Regional Youth Envoys Africa Youth Envoys Americas Youth Envoys Asia and the Pacific Youth Envoys Commonwealth of Independent States Youth Envoys Europe Youth Envoys Arab Youth Envoys Visionaries Board Podcast Youth Summit Social Media Active Menu Item (current) Main Menu Item Dropdown Click to switch language English Technology and Gaming Hub 04 June 2022 - 13:30-14:30 CAT, Kigali | 07:30-08:30 EDT, New York | 19:30-20:30 CST, Beijing Back to the programme Technology and Gaming Hub The Tech and Gaming hub at the Generation Connect Global Youth Summit was a fun, interactive space to engage and learn with technology. (...) Participants rotate between stations [including an outside area] in about 5-to-10-minute slots. The stations had visual and interactive and participatory activities such as LiDAR scanning, VR headsets, drones and more. (...) To learn more about Filament Games and RoboCo, contact  contact@filamentgames.com .
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Score: 1621149.9 - https://www.itu.int/generation...t/technology-and-gaming-hub-2/
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Technology and Gaming Hub About Generation Connect Empower Engage Participate Regional Youth Envoys Africa Youth Envoys Americas Youth Envoys Asia and the Pacific Youth Envoys Commonwealth of Independent States Youth Envoys Europe Youth Envoys Arab Youth Envoys Visionaries Board Podcast Youth Summit Social Media Active Menu Item (current) Main Menu Item Dropdown Click to switch language English Technology and Gaming Hub 03 June 2022 - 15:00-16:30 CAT, Kigali | 10:00-11:30 EDT, New York | 21:00-22:30 CST, Beijing Back to the programme Technology and Gaming Hub The Tech and Gaming hub at the Generation Connect Global Youth Summit  is a fun, interactive space to engage and learn with technology. (...) Participants will rotate between stations [including an outside area] in about 5-to-10-minute slots. The stations will have visuals and interactive and participatory activities such as LiDAR scanning, VR headsets, drones and more! (...) To learn more about Filament Games and RoboCo, contact  contact@filamentgames.com .
Language:English
Score: 1621149.9 - https://www.itu.int/generation...ect/technology-and-gaming-hub/
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He is at the top of his game and the apex of an army of informal technicians in the area. (...) Pisonets are made by assembling old cannibalized computer parts, CRT / LCD monitor, a digital coin slot & timer. Piso-PS4 / XBOX — Piso-PS4 / Xbox machines are game consoles wired to a digital coin slot & timer mechanism and encased in a wooden box. 32” LCD TVs are usually included in the package for the best arcade gaming experience. Users also watch preloaded movies and karaoke videos from hacked gaming consoles. Pisotubig — This is a coin-operated water vending machine that integrates digital coin slot & timer with an analog water pump.
Language:English
Score: 1614648.4 - https://www.undp.org/philippin...94-solutions-mapping-adventure
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Ader, Bear Stears & Co, Inc, North American Gaming Almanac 2002‑2003 [Extracts] AB-16 United States Government Accounting Office, GAO/GCD – 96-28 Money Laundering: Rapid Growth of Casinos Makes them Vulnerable , Appendix III (4 January 1996) AB-17 United States Government Accounting Office, GAO – 03-89, Internet Gambling: An Overview of the Issues (December 2002) AB-18 Rod Smith, "Casino Industry Technology: Open Wide, New Progressive Slot System Lets Las Vegas Company Serve Russian Gamblers," Las Vegas Review Journal (2 September 2003) AB-19 United States Department of Defense, Report on the Effect of the Ready Availability of Slot Machines on Members of the Armed Forces, Their Dependents, and Others (2001) AB-20 David G. (...) Shaffer, "The Emergence of Gambling Among Youth: The Prevalence of Underage Lottery Use and the Impact of Gambling," Futures at Stake AB-165 William Petroski, "Underage Gambling Leads to $10,000 Fine," Des Moines Register (11 September 2002) AB-166 Joe Weintert, "Nevada Regulator Questions PPE About Underage Betting in Atlantic City," Press of Atlantic City (7 December 2003) AB-167 New Hampshire Lottery – New Hampshire Sweepstakes Commission, Meetings Section: Minutes of Meeting of 22 August 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 20 September 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 7 November 2002 AB-168 Charles Babington and Ira Chinoy, "Lotteries Win With Slick Marketing," Washington Post, (4 May 1998) AB-169 "Bingo Halls will try to drew New Players with Electronic Gaming," The Associated Press, (20 May 2002) AB-170 "Maryland Lottery Launches New Game to Attract Younger Players," The Associated Press, (31 December 1999) AB-171 "Lotteries: A Very Slippery Slope," www.palmettofamily.org , including quote from Public Gaming International AB-172 Advert for "The Pink Panther" which appeared in Public Gaming International AB-173 Document entitled "Examples of recent expansions of gambling opportunities in the United States" AB-174 Examples of Lottery Themes and Slot Machine Images that appeal to Children and Youth Gamblers AB-175 "The Competition Quandary: How do Lotteries Co-Exist with Other Forms of Gaming," Public Gaming International, (July 2002) AB-176 "Game Trends: Wining Touch," International Gaming & Wagering Business, (January 2004) AB-177 United States State Department, International Narcotics Control Strategy Report: Money Laundering and Financial Crimes (March 2003) AB-178 Iowa Lottery Winner Claim Form AB-179 "The Minnesota Lottery's New Digital Draw Show Debut," www.telecomgamefactory.com , (5 March 2003) AB-180 "The Lottery Draw," Public Gaming International, (March 2003) AB-181 P.A. McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com , (14 October 2003) AB-182 "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com , (26 November 2003) AB-183 Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise, (16 October 2002) AB-184 Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 September 2003) AB-185 Howard J.
Language:English
Score: 1601296.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.doc
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Ader, Bear Stears & Co, Inc, North American Gaming Almanac 2002-2003 [Extracts] AB-16 United States Government Accounting Office, GAO/GCD – 96-28 Money Laundering: Rapid Growth of Casinos Makes them Vulnerable, Appendix III (4 January 1996) AB-17 United States Government Accounting Office, GAO – 03-89, Internet Gambling: An Overview of the Issues (December 2002) AB-18 Rod Smith, "Casino Industry Technology: Open Wide, New Progressive Slot System Lets Las Vegas Company Serve Russian Gamblers," Las Vegas Review Journal (2 September 2003) AB-19 United States Department of Defense, Report on the Effect of the Ready Availability of Slot Machines on Members of the Armed Forces, Their Dependents, and Others (2001) AB-20 David G. (...) Shaffer, "The Emergence of Gambling Among Youth: The Prevalence of Underage Lottery Use and the Impact of Gambling," Futures at Stake AB-165 William Petroski, "Underage Gambling Leads to $10,000 Fine," Des Moines Register (11 September 2002) AB-166 Joe Weintert, "Nevada Regulator Questions PPE About Underage Betting in Atlantic City," Press of Atlantic City (7 December 2003) AB-167 New Hampshire Lottery – New Hampshire Sweepstakes Commission, Meetings Section: Minutes of Meeting of 22 August 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 20 September 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 7 November 2002 AB-168 Charles Babington and Ira Chinoy, "Lotteries Win With Slick Marketing," Washington Post, (4 May 1998) AB-169 "Bingo Halls will try to drew New Players with Electronic Gaming," The Associated Press, (20 May 2002) AB-170 "Maryland Lottery Launches New Game to Attract Younger Players," The Associated Press, (31 December 1999) AB-171 "Lotteries: A Very Slippery Slope," www.palmettofamily.org, including quote from Public Gaming International AB-172 Advert for "The Pink Panther" which appeared in Public Gaming International AB-173 Document entitled "Examples of recent expansions of gambling opportunities in the United States" AB-174 Examples of Lottery Themes and Slot Machine Images that appeal to Children and Youth Gamblers AB-175 "The Competition Quandary: How do Lotteries Co-Exist with Other Forms of Gaming," Public Gaming International, (July 2002) AB-176 "Game Trends: Wining Touch," International Gaming & Wagering Business, (January 2004) AB-177 United States State Department, International Narcotics Control Strategy Report: Money Laundering and Financial Crimes (March 2003) AB-178 Iowa Lottery Winner Claim Form AB-179 "The Minnesota Lottery's New Digital Draw Show Debut," www.telecomgamefactory.com, (5 March 2003) AB-180 "The Lottery Draw," Public Gaming International, (March 2003) AB-181 P.A. McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com, (14 October 2003) AB-182 "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com, (26 November 2003) AB-183 Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise, (16 October 2002) AB-184 Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 September 2003) AB-185 Howard J.
Language:English
Score: 1601296.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/dispu_e/285r_g_e.pdf
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Future of Good: Transforming Funding Models Summit | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Accelerator Labs What we do Where we are Our Learnings News Global Nav toggle Search What we do Where we are Our Learnings News English Locations Home Accelerator Labs Events Future of Good: Transforming Funding Models Summit Future of Good: Transforming Funding Models Summit June 22, 2021 Event Details Date 22 June - 23 June Time 1:00PM - 4:00PM ET Location Virtual Join us on June 22 and 23, 1-4 PM Eastern Time  via the Future of Good: Transforming Funding Models Summit as UNDP Accelerator Labs team leader, Gina Lucarelli shares new ideas and our work on building a resilient social impact world.  Save a slot,  RSVP .    The next 12 months are critical for building more resilient business models, or we could see devastating and lasting effects on our communities. Alongside hundreds of professionals and funders from across the country, the Summit will dive into game-changing funding and business model transformations that are gaining traction for the new era of impact coming out of COVID.
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Score: 1526912.9 - https://www.undp.org/accelerat...sforming-funding-models-summit
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LAWS AND REGULATIONS PROMULGATED TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL TREATIES ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND PSYCHOTROPIC SUBSTANCES : VENEZUELA / COMMUNICATED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF VENEZUELA
CONTENTS Page E/NL.2003/46 Regulations of the National Anti-Money-Laundering Network 2 E/NL.2003/47 National Commission on Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines: Administrative Decision No. 5 6 - 2 - E/NL.2003/46-47 Page 2 REGULATIONS OF THE NATIONAL ANTI- MONEY-LAUNDERING NETWORK PREAMBLE Unlawful money-laundering operations are being carried out on an ever increasing scale and their perpetrators, whom nationality, sovereignty and national development fail to restrain, employ advanced technologies to achieve their aim, which is simply to legitimize the proceeds of various offences, including, naturally, money derived from the illicit sale or marketing of drugs. (...) - 6 - E/NL.2003/46-47 Page 6 OFFICIAL GAZETTE No. 37630 DATED 12 FEBRUARY 2003 ADMINISTRATIVE DECISION No. 5 CARACAS, 23 DECEMBER 2002 THE NATIONAL COMMISSION ON CASINOS, BINGO HALLS AND SLOT-MACHINES WHEREAS: In accordance with the provisions of article 3 of the Law on the Control of Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines, this Commission is the body responsible for regulating activities under that Law; In accordance with the provisions of article 214 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Organizational Act,1 gaming enterprises are required to cooperate with the National Executive in the monitoring and control of sums of money or other property suspected of being directly or indirectly derived from offences established under that Act or from related activities; In accordance with the provisions of article 213 of the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Organizational Act, this Commission is required to lay down, within its sphere of responsibilities, preventive measures for countering at the national level the laundering of money and financial proceeds suspected of being derived from the commission of offences established under that Act; Article 4, paragraph 5, of the Regulations of the Law on the Control of Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines empowers this Commission to lay down any rules that it considers necessary for the most effective application of that Law; HEREBY RULES AS FOLLOWS: Article 1: Shareholders of enterprises applying for licences to establish casinos or bingo halls shall be obliged to provide the following as essential requirements in addition to those laid down by the Law on the Control of Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines and its Regulations: 1. (...) Article 3: The entities referred to in the preceding article shall submit reports on suspicious, unusual or unconventional activities to the National Commission on Casinos, Bingo Halls and Slot-Machines, which shall transmit such reports to the National Commission against Illicit Drug Use (CONACUID).
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Score: 1524785.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=E/NL.2003/46-47&Lang=E
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Ader, Bear Stears & Co, Inc, North American Gaming Almanac 2002‑2003 [Extracts] Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States Government Accounting Office, GAO/GCD – 96-28 Money Laundering: Rapid Growth of Casinos Makes them Vulnerable , Appendix III (4 janvier 1996) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States Government Accounting Office, GAO – 03-89, Internet Gambling: An Overview of the Issues (décembre 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Rod Smith, "Casino Industry Technology: Open Wide, New Progressive Slot System Lets Las Vegas Company Serve Russian Gamblers," Las Vegas Review Journal (2 septembre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States Department of Defense, Report on the Effect of the Ready Availability of Slot Machines on Members of the Armed Forces, Their Dependents, and Others (2001) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda David G. (...) Shaffer, "The Emergence of Gambling Among Youth: The Prevalence of Underage Lottery Use and the Impact of Gambling," Futures at Stake Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda William Petroski, "Underage Gambling Leads to $10,000 Fine," Des Moines Register (11 septembre 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Joe Weintert, "Nevada Regulator Questions PPE About Underage Betting in Atlantic City," Press of Atlantic City (7 décembre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda New Hampshire Lottery – New Hampshire Sweepstakes Commission, Meetings Section: Minutes of Meeting of 22 August 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 20 September 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 7 November 2002 Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Charles Babington and Ira Chinoy, "Lotteries Win With Slick Marketing," Washington Post, (4 mai 1998) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Bingo Halls will try to drew New Players with Electronic Gaming," The Associated Press (20 mai 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Maryland Lottery Launches New Game to Attract Younger Players," The Associated Press (31 décembre 1999) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Lotteries: A Very Slippery Slope," www.palmettofamily.org , including quote from Public Gaming International Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Advert for "The Pink Panther" which appeared in Public Gaming International Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Document entitled "Examples of recent expansions of gambling opportunities in the United States" Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Examples of Lottery Themes and Slot Machine Images that appeal to Children and Youth Gamblers Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "The Competition Quandary: How do Lotteries Co-Exist with Other Forms of Gaming," Public Gaming International (juillet 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Game Trends: Wining Touch," International Gaming & Wagering Business, (janvier 2004) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States State Department, International Narcotics Control Strategy Report: Money Laundering and Financial Crimes (mars 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Iowa Lottery Winner Claim Form Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "The Minnesota Lottery's New Digital Draw Show Debut," www.telecomgamefactory.com (5 mars 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "The Lottery Draw," Public Gaming International, (mars 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda P.A. McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com (14 octobre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com (26 novembre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise (16 octobre 2002) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 septembre 2003) Pièce n° AUTONUM \* Arabic \s " " d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Howard J.
Language:English
Score: 1500098.3 - https://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/dispu_f/285r_g_f.doc
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Ader, Bear Stears & Co, Inc, North American Gaming Almanac 2002-2003 [Extracts] Pièce n° 16 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States Government Accounting Office, GAO/GCD – 96-28 Money Laundering: Rapid Growth of Casinos Makes them Vulnerable, Appendix III (4 janvier 1996) Pièce n° 17 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States Government Accounting Office, GAO – 03-89, Internet Gambling: An Overview of the Issues (décembre 2002) Pièce n° 18 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Rod Smith, "Casino Industry Technology: Open Wide, New Progressive Slot System Lets Las Vegas Company Serve Russian Gamblers," Las Vegas Review Journal (2 septembre 2003) WT/DS285/R Page G-2 Numéro Titre Pièce n° 19 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States Department of Defense, Report on the Effect of the Ready Availability of Slot Machines on Members of the Armed Forces, Their Dependents, and Others (2001) Pièce n° 20 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda David G. (...) Shaffer, "The Emergence of Gambling Among Youth: The Prevalence of Underage Lottery Use and the Impact of Gambling," Futures at Stake Pièce n° 165 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda William Petroski, "Underage Gambling Leads to $10,000 Fine," Des Moines Register (11 septembre 2002) Pièce n° 166 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Joe Weintert, "Nevada Regulator Questions PPE About Underage Betting in Atlantic City," Press of Atlantic City (7 décembre 2003) Pièce n° 167 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda New Hampshire Lottery – New Hampshire Sweepstakes Commission, Meetings Section: Minutes of Meeting of 22 August 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 20 September 2002 Minutes of Meeting of 7 November 2002 Pièce n° 168 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Charles Babington and Ira Chinoy, "Lotteries Win With Slick Marketing," Washington Post, (4 mai 1998) Pièce n° 169 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Bingo Halls will try to drew New Players with Electronic Gaming," The Associated Press (20 mai 2002) Pièce n° 170 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Maryland Lottery Launches New Game to Attract Younger Players," The Associated Press (31 décembre 1999) Pièce n° 171 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Lotteries: A Very Slippery Slope," www.palmettofamily.org, including quote from Public Gaming International WT/DS285/R Page G-10 Numéro Titre Pièce n° 172 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Advert for "The Pink Panther" which appeared in Public Gaming International Pièce n° 173 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Document entitled "Examples of recent expansions of gambling opportunities in the United States" Pièce n° 174 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Examples of Lottery Themes and Slot Machine Images that appeal to Children and Youth Gamblers Pièce n° 175 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "The Competition Quandary: How do Lotteries Co-Exist with Other Forms of Gaming," Public Gaming International (juillet 2002) Pièce n° 176 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Game Trends: Wining Touch," International Gaming & Wagering Business, (janvier 2004) Pièce n° 177 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda United States State Department, International Narcotics Control Strategy Report: Money Laundering and Financial Crimes (mars 2003) Pièce n° 178 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Iowa Lottery Winner Claim Form Pièce n° 179 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "The Minnesota Lottery's New Digital Draw Show Debut," www.telecomgamefactory.com (5 mars 2003) Pièce n° 180 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "The Lottery Draw," Public Gaming International, (mars 2003) Pièce n° 181 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda P.A. McQueen, "New Orleans Voters favor slots at fair grounds," www.ascendgaming.com (14 octobre 2003) Pièce n° 182 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda "Station to Build, Run Michigan Indian Casino," www.ascendgaming.com (26 novembre 2003) Pièce n° 183 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Merrill Lynch, Indian Gaming: on the Rise (16 octobre 2002) Pièce n° 184 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Marian Green, "Class II Games Come of Age," Slot Manager (17 septembre 2003) Pièce n° 185 d'Antigua-et-Barbuda Howard J.
Language:English
Score: 1500098.3 - https://www.wto.org/french/tratop_f/dispu_f/285r_g_f.pdf
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This solution can be a mobile application, web application, computer game, game for mobile devices, or other visualization tools or technology applications to address some of the challenges. (...) Learn More High-Level Policy Sessions Government, Private Sector, Civil Society, Academia and International Organization are invited to register for a speaking slot for their high-level officials.  Deadline: 21 May 2017 Speaking slot request form WSIS Photo Contest.
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Score: 1471073.8 - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2017/Pages/Hackathon
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