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Articles from September 4, 2013

52 Iranian Exiles Killed in Iraqi Camp, Un Says
At least 52 members of an Iranian opposition group exiled in Iraq were executed over the weekend, the United Nations said Tuesday, drawing loud condemnations from supporters in Washington, who have called on the United States to find a safe haven for...
Advice from Clausewitz
Whether he knows it or not, President Barack Obama is leading the United States into war with Syria. It is unclear whether he conceives of U.S. military strikes in response to the Syrian government's use of chemical weapons against its own people as...
America's To-Do List First, Stay out of Syria; Then Focus on Israeli- Palestinian Peace Talks; Then
One task that comes with September's new burst of activity is to make a list of what needs to be done.1. Forget Syria. The first thing on the list is to end the slow- news-summer obsession with Syria. With a bit of luck Congress will have the courage...
Ariel Castro Kills Self in Jail
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohio corrections officials say Ariel Castro who held three women captive in his home for nearly a decade has committed suicide at a state prison facility.Spokeswoman JoEllen Smith says 53-year-old Castro was found hanging in his cell...
AROUND THE MAJORS [Derived Headline]
NATIONAL LEAGUE * Reds 1, Cardinals 0: Speedy Billy Hamilton got his first major league steal and came around on Todd Frazier's double in the seventh, sending Cincinnati to a victory, its second in a row against visiting St. Louis. Homer Bailey (10-10)...
AROUND THE MAJORS [Derived Headline]
NATIONAL LEAGUE* Reds 1, Cardinals 0: Speedy Billy Hamilton got his first major league steal and came around on Todd Frazier's double in the seventh, sending Cincinnati to a victory, its second in a row against visiting St. Louis. Hamilton set a professional...
Art-Filled 'Nomadic Happening' Rolling into Town
"Station to Station: A Nomadic Happening" rolls into town Sunday for a one-night stay, bringing a mix of indie music, art and '60s- style Happenings. A train brimming with musicians, artworks and figures from the culinary, film and literary world will...
At G-20 Summit, Obama Will Seek Support for Action on Syria
WASHINGTON -- As his administration tries to rally support in Congress for military strikes in Syria, President Barack Obama will begin a high-stakes trip to Sweden and Russia today that could show whether the United States has broad international backing...
Attack on Syria Would Violate International Law
As sickening images of Syrian children apparently gassed by their own government fill U.S. newspapers, a deeply understandable desire is growing to make Syrian President Bashar Assad pay for his flagrant violations of law and basic human decency. But...
Author Relishes Out-of-Place Characters
Allison Amend, the author of two novels and a collection of short stories, is interested in "people who are out of place for whatever reason."That's a good description of Gabriel, a Spanish artist living in Paris and the protagonist of her new book,...
BUSINESS BRIEFS [Derived Headline]
Local firm buys N.J. companySystem One -- a North Side-based staffing firm that specializes in the engineering, energy and scientific sectors -- said it acquired Joule Inc., a staffing company based in Edison, N.J. Terms were not disclosed. The merged...
Calls Mount for Syria Strike Boehner Supports, Senators to Back Action by Obama
WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama gained ground Tuesday in his drive for congressional backing of a military strike against Syria, winning critical support from House Speaker John Boehner while key Senate Democrats and Republicans agreed to back a...
Can Ica Afford to Pay Director's Salary? City Budget Monitor Has Own Budget Woes
In two weeks, the five-member board of the Intergovernmental Cooperation Authority will vote on whether to extend the contract of its sole employee overseeing Pittsburgh's budget: executive director Henry Sciortino.The discussion of Mr. Sciortino's future...
Car Bombs Kill over 40 in Iraq
BAGHDAD -- This time the targets were an ice cream shop, a bus station and a famous restaurant near the Shiite slum of Sadr City. A string of coordinated car bombs struck around Baghdad at dusk Tuesday, killing at least 46 people, in the latest burst...
Celebrate Rosh Hashanah with Poppi's Potato Pudding
Potato pudding, or kugel, is a staple of Jewish holiday meals. It's also a favorite of my dad's, but he's not easy to please. If a kugel is heavy or the color is off, he complains. If the cook has added anything untraditional, he complains. After...
Chinese Noodle Salad with Tofu Bites
CHINESE NOODLE SALAD WITH TOFU BITES PG testedGetting kids to eat a healthy lunch can be difficult, especially when veggies are involved. This colorful noodle salad is as nutritious as it is delicious. Tofu is a great source of soy protein, and also...
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CITYOfficer injured arresting former mayoral candidateFollowing a neighborhood dispute in Sheraden Tuesday night, former mayoral candidate A.J. Richardson was arrested and a city officer was injured. Pittsburgh police responded around 6:25 p.m. to the...
Clemson Opens with Big Win, but Must Beware
Barring a severe case of Clemsoning by Clemson, the Tigers should be in the national championship race for most of this season.Clemson has surged to its highest ranking in The Associated Press poll in 25 years after the Tigers won the biggest game of...
Cole Battles Back after Struggling in First Again
MILWAUKEE -- Six pitches into Gerrit Cole's start Tuesday night, Norichika Aoki was on base with a walk.Four batters later, the Pirates trailed the Milwaukee Brewers by a run on back-to-back hits.If that sounds familiar, so does the rest.It morphed into...
Cys Board Member Charged with Child Sex Assault
A Greene County man who serves on a Children and Youth Services advisory board is awaiting extradition from West Virginia on charges that he sexually assaulted a boy more than 100 times over four years.A teenage boy told Pennsylvania State Police that...
Desperate Indians May Lose Their Ace
Justin Masterson hopes his season isn't over, though the Indians ace realizes the possibility exists.Masterson will miss at least one start because of a strained left oblique, another blow to a team struggling to stay in playoff contention. The right-hander...
Detroit Billionaires Get Arena as Bankrupt Motor City Suffers
NEW YORK -- At the 1997 groundbreaking for a 40,000-seat ballpark for Major League Baseball's Detroit Tigers, Michigan Gov. John Engler said the stadium would symbolize the city's renewal.Ford Motor Co. chairman William Clay Ford Jr., whose family owns the...
'Different' Health Insurer Kicks off Founders Aim to Give Customers Control
You know how a couple of guys, after a couple beers, will float the idea that they should totally open a bar someday?Well, nobody says that about health insurance companies.Except that Josh Kushner, Mario Schlosser and Kevin Nazemi are totally opening...
Energy Resources Oil and Gas Companies Develop New Lesson Plans Featuring the Science, Math and Social Sciences of the Energy Industry
If at some point this year, your child comes home from school, grabs a plastic bag and begins stuffing it with items found around the house, take note of the number. If it's exactly 10 items, you can probably breathe a sign of relief. Your little darling...
Exhibition at Pitt Invites Discovery of Gallery Collection
The University Art Gallery of the University of Pittsburgh has a collection of 3,000 objects, something not readily known because they're not displayed in a committed gallery space. That was one inspiration for an exhibition, "Rediscover: The Collection Revealed,"...
Finally the Pirates' Seemingly Impossible String of Consecutive Losing Seasons Comes to an End
MILWAUKEE -- With one word, Andrew McCutchen summarized the feelings of his organization and dismissed two decades of woeful Pirates history."Nope."The question wasn't even complete yet and already he knew the answer. Nope, Mr. McCutchen doesn't care...
Former Child Actors Speak out on Laws Sexual Abuse, Money Control among Issues
In 2010, Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Murt watched a TV panel discussion with former child actors led by Paul Petersen, an original Mouseketeer who later appeared on "The Donna Reed Show." "To be honest, I felt sorry for them," said Murt, a Republican. "We've...
Geno Smith to Start Jets' Opener
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. - It's Geno Smith's time. The rookie quarterback will start for the New York Jets in the season opener at home Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The team announced the decision through its Twitter feed today, finally confirming...
Grilli Back, but Not in Role of Closer Yet
MILWAUKEE -- Jason Grilli rejoined to the Pirates Tuesday, but he will not immediately return to the closer's role after coming off the 15-day disabled list.The Pirates activated Grilli before the game Tuesday night, but he was not available to pitch...
Hefty Price Tag Leaves Friend Alone at Concert
DEAR HARRIETTE: I have a friend in town who is performing at a pub in Greenwich Village. I am excited to support her and had planned on inviting friends to go along with me. Then I saw how much the tickets cost -- more than $100. I went ahead and...
Holgorsen Would like to Take a Pass
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- There was only time for a quick sigh of relief after West Virginia escaped with a 24-17 come-from-behind victory in the season opener Saturday against William & Mary. In the next breath, it was on to Oklahoma.The Mountaineers (1-0)...
Holiday Focal Point Jewish Community Center to Host Special Children's Events for Rosh Hashanah
Every parent who has taken a child to a long, solemn religious service knows the dread of wondering if fidgeting will escalate to whining or crying and a conspicuous mid-prayer exit.There will be no such fears -- and little fidgeting -- during the Jewish...
Israel, U.S. Conduct Missile Test, Hike Tension
JERUSALEM -- Israel and the United States tested a new air- defense system Tuesday, launching a missile from deep in the Mediterranean Sea that caused consternation in Syria and Russia given the heightened tension in the region as the Obama administration...
Japan to Pay $500M to Freeze Soil, Find Ways to Stop Fukushima Leaks
SEOUL, South Korea -- The Japanese government on Tuesday pledged nearly $500 million to fight toxic water leaks at the Fukushima Daiichi plant, part of an increasingly precarious nuclear cleanup job that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says requires "radical...
Joan Lynn Kettering Dalrymple Jan. 8, 1936 - Aug. 30, 2013 Football Mom Had Pittsburgh Pride
Joan Lynn Kettering Dalrymple of West View wasn't a football player, but her name will be forever connected to the sport.She lived in a football house as the wife of the late Jim Dalrymple -- who taught and coached in the North Hills and Pine- Richland...
Jones Weighing in as a Big Factor on Defensive Line
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State defensive tackle DaQuan Jones was all over the field Saturday. He had one of those games in which he seemed to be in the picture on every defensive play.Officially, Jones finished with a team-high nine tackles, three for...
Lasting Impressions Chicago Show Opens a Window into How 19th- Century Fashion Influenced Artists
CHICAGO -- When Nina de Callias modeled for Edouard Manet in 1873, the reigning hostess of an important Parisian salon wore gold jewelry, sequined harem pants and an embroidered bolero jacket. As she stretched across a sofa, her low-cut white blouse...
LATEST DEATHS [Derived Headline]
The Post-Gazette's comprehensive report of recent deaths includes three types of obituaries. News obituaries, prepared by our staff, are published at the discretion of our editors. Classified obituaries are paid death notices prepared by funeral home directors....
Law Bars N.C. Cops from Destroying Guns
In some jurisdictions, there are gun buyback programs in which police purchase weapons to destroy them and get them off the street. But this week, a North Carolina law takes effect that blocks police from destroying confiscated or unclaimed firearms.In...
Liriano the Surprising Ace of the Surprising Pirates
MILWAUKEE - Francisco Liriano hasn't reprised 2006, hasn't rediscovered the 92-mph slider that could clip the outside corner before clipping a righthanded hitter's big toe. In a way, he's become even more impressive in 2013 than he was as a carefree...
Local Startup Festival Hopes to Rival Elite
In a bid to attract new attention and investment to the Austin, Texas, tech community in 1994, innovators hitched their wagon to the city's annual South by Southwest Music Festival. Nearly 20 years later, startups from across the nation prepare for the...
Losers No More Pirates' Futility Spans 20-Year Tour of Duty
On the campus of North Carolina State University, in a student lounge on an October night nearly 21 years ago, Mark Stover unwittingly walked smack into the dreaded Dickensian moment:It was the best of times; it was the worst of times."I was surrounded...
Losers No More ... Snider's Pinch-Hit Hr in 9th Assures Team of Finishing .500 after Drought of 20 Years
MILWAUKEE -- Now the Pirates find themselves in a sort of limbo. With their 4-3 win against the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park Tuesday night, they have 81 victories this season. It is unlikely the Pirates will lose every one of their 24 remaining games,...
Losers No More Snider's Pinch-Hit Hr in 9th Assures Team of Finishing .500 after Drought of 20 Years
MILWAUKEE -- Now the Pirates find themselves in a sort of limbo. After their 4-3 win Tuesday night against the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park, they have 81 victories this season. It is unlikely the Pirates will lose all their 24 remaining games,...
MAN DIES IN POLICE CUSTODY [Derived Headline]
MAN DIES IN POLICE CUSTODY Allegheny County police are investigating an incident Tuesday night in which a man died shortly after being taken into police custody. East Pittsburgh police went to the 500 block of Brinton Road around 9:50 p.m. after...
Miller's Son Bolsters Nuances of 'All My Sons'
Robert Miller was born toward the middle of the 1947 run of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons," the playwright's first Broadway success. The synergy of events comes full circle this month, when the playwright's son returns to the Pittsburgh Playhouse, where...
Miss America Pageant Returns to Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- The Miss America pageant is back in the city where it began, six years after spurning the city for Las Vegas.The pageant held a welcoming ceremony in Atlantic City on Tuesday for the 53 contestants, one from each state plus the...
More Lewdness Charges Filed against Brookline Principal
New charges were added today against the principal of Pittsburgh Brookline K-8 accused last week of exposing himself in a McCandless gym. Alfonzo DeIuliis, 37, of Hampton, was charged today with a count each of open lewdness and indecent exposure,...
NATION [Derived Headline]
VA SUPPORTS EXPANSION OF BENEFITS FOR VETS WASHINGTON - The Department of Veterans Affairs said today it supports expanding a caregivers benefit for grievously wounded veterans but only if Congress comes up with the billions needed to pay for the...
Naval Academy Rape Case Investigator Testifies That One Midshipman Changed His Story
WASHINGTON -- The hearing into rape allegations against three former U.S. Naval Academy football players resumed Tuesday, with Naval Criminal Investigative Service special agent Michelle Robinson describing a sprawling investigation that spanned more...
New Channel Launches 'Sunny Forecast'
LOS ANGELES - Executives behind the new FXX cable channel are doing what they can to make sure this week's launch will be "Sunny." The latest addition to cable is an extension of the FX channel and will feature original programming, off-network reruns...
NEW WPXI ANCHOR LEFT NETWORK FOR CITY'S FAMILY FRIENDLY AMBIANCE [Corrected 09/05/13]
Some Pittsburghers seem to follow shifts in local news lineups with an interest only slightly below that of the latest Steelers, Pens or Pirates trades. So when the news broke that CNN anchor Lisa Sylvester would be joining the WPXI team, there were...
Nine Inch Nails' New Album Stays Dark
It's been thoroughly scrubbed from every corner of the Internet, so you probably wouldn't be able to see it now. But about two weeks ago, a Nine Inch Nails fan made a widely circulated video to accompany "Everything," the band's terrifyingly perky...
No. 5 Canevin Still Unbeaten
Bishop Canevin is three games into its 2013 soccer season and hasn't had to pull the ball out of its own net.The Class A No. 5 Crusaders (3-0, 1-0) pitched their third consecutive shutout, beating No. 3 Carlynton (0-3, 0-1) at home, 1- 0, in Section...
Now, It's Time to Get Serious with Pictures That Engage the Mind, Heart and Emotions
LOS ANGELES - Lost at sea, lost in space, lost children, lost freedom, lost homeland, lost money, lost identity, lost jobs, lost hope, lost faith, lost lives: This fall, this is film. This is serious. I can't wait. September always brings a change...
NYC Case Puts N-Word Use among Blacks on Trial
NEW YORK -- In a case that gave a legal airing to the debate over use of the N-word among blacks, a federal jury has rejected a black manager's argument that it was a term of love and endearment when he aimed it at a black employee.Jurors awarded $30,000...
Obama Presses Congress, World to Act on Syria in Sweden, President Reassures Europeans over Us Surveillance
STOCKHOLM -- President Barack Obama sought today to reassure Europeans outraged over U.S. surveillance programs that his government isn't sifting through their emails or eavesdropping on their telephone calls. He acknowledged that the programs haven't...
Obama Presses Congress, World to Act on Syria Plans for Syria Intervention Face Tougher Test as Legislators Debate
WASHINGTON --In an impassioned appeal for support both at home and abroad, President Barack Obama said today the credibility of the international community and Congress is on the line in the debate over how to respond to the alleged use of chemical...
Ohio Man Who Held 3 Women Captive Hangs Himself
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Cleveland man serving a life sentence for holding three women captive in his home for a decade hanged himself in his prison cell, officials said today in another startling twist in the case that transfixed and appalled the city....
Panthers Try to Learn from, Correct Mistakes Penguins
Pitt receiver Devin Street has made it a point to become a leader for his teammates to follow this season.So after the Panthers' frustrating, 41-13 loss Monday night against Florida State, what did the senior tell his teammates as they sat in the locker...
Partisanship Threatens Civil Rights Progress
What a difference 50 years makes. That's evident in almost every aspect of last week's commemoration of the 1963 civil rights march on Washington - the goals, the speakers and the political context. That's because the weeklong celebration spotlighted...
Penn State 'Winning's the Bottom Line' O'brien Discusses Penn State Opener
Penn State coach Bill O'Brien doesn't care about artistic merit or style points when it comes to performance on the football field.There's only one thing that matters. "We just look at scoring one more point than the opponent, that's the biggest thing,"...
PEOPLE [Derived Headline]
"Fifty Shades of Grey" author E.L. James put it out on Twitter and Universal Pictures made it official yesterday that Charlie Hunnam would play billionaire Christian Grey and Dakota Johnson would portray his young lover, Anastasia Steele, in the film adaptation...
Police Seek 3rd Suspect in Student's Fatal Beating
WHEELING, W.Va. -- Police are looking for at least one more person in connection with the fatal beating of a Wheeling Jesuit University student last weekend.An argument that turned physical early Saturday morning ultimately ended with the death of Kevin...
Prison Break the FCC Favors Inmates on Exorbitant Phone Rates
Pennsylvania inmates will pay less for interstate phone calls, thanks to a new Federal Communications Commission cap on the exorbitant price of long-distance calls made from prisons nationwide.The Aug. 8 ruling was long overdue, as a handful of mostly private...
Saints Re-Acquire Meachem, but Lose Vilma for at Least Eight Weeks
The New Orleans Saints brought back receiver Robert Meachem, shortly after his release by the San Diego Chargers, then later Tuesday placed linebacker Jonathan Vilma on injured reserve/ designated to return this season.Vilma can't practice for the first...
Scuderi Loves Fans' Reaction to Penguins
It's not that Rob Scuderi didn't enjoy his four years in Los Angeles.And why wouldn't he have?The veteran defenseman had a high-paying job in a place with terrific weather, and some world-class talents for co-workers.And then there was that Stanley Cup...
Seven Springs Buys Rival Hidden Valley Some Question Creation of a Snow Resort Monopoly in the Laurel Highlands
The new owner of Hidden Valley Resort in Somerset County said it will continue to be "a great family-oriented resort," an "ideal place" for children and their parents to learn how to ski and snowboard, play golf and pursue other outdoor activities.Bob...
Shakespeare in the Chapel Poets Corner Presents 'Romeo and Juliet'
Lovers. Quarrels. It's the best of both tonight on the North Side as Poets Corner presents performances and discussion of "Romeo and Juliet," courtesy of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Park. "We're doing a few of the beginning scenes, so everyone can...
Shaler Parents Scramble to Find Child Care Teachers Strike Displaces Students
The Northern Area Boys and Girls Club in Millvale expects to be filled today with students who were displaced from their schools because of the Shaler Area teachers strike."My phone has been ringing off the hook with parents wanting to know if we can...
Shale Study Promises Huge Gains, 3.3 Million Jobs by '20
The American people, regular consumers, are the latest target of IHS Global Insights.Today, the Colorado-based forecasting firm officially released its new economic impact study on shale oil and gas development, which holds the promise of a whopping...
Sister Rosemary Flaherty July 28, 1932 - Aug. 31, 2013 Longtime Teacher Inspired Love of English
Sister Rosemary Flaherty, a strict but inspiring English teacher who also wrote her own prose and verse, died Saturday at the Convent of Mercy's infirmary in Oakland due to complications from leukemia. She was 81.Sister Rosemary taught for decades at...
Some Educators Need a Self-Esteem Lesson
Kids across America are going back to school. Hurrah for them! Of course, in nontraditional quarters some went back before Labor Day, but that is clearly against the order of nature. Having schools open early is like having Christmas carols and decorations...
Stewart: Just Bump in Road
An upbeat Tony Stewart said he views his broken right leg as "a small bump in the road" and believes he's on pace to return to racing in time for next year's Daytona 500.The three-time NASCAR champion made his first appearance Tuesday in Kannapolis,...
Strip Warehouse Will Thaw into Apartments
Developers in and around Downtown have turned all sorts of buildings into apartments or condominiums -- a department store, old company headquarters, a one-time brewery, a five and dime, and a former cork factory, to name a few.But a massive icebox?...
Summer Cinema Season Ends, So Let's Get to the S'moscars
The Academy Awards are handed out in the dead of winter, and typically honor only those films still fresh on everybody's mind - the fall and winter "Awards Season" movies. Summer movies deserve their own Oscars -S'mOscars, we call them. Sort of like...
Tackling Concussion the NFL Settles a Lawsuit, Which Will Help Ex- Players
The National Football League now has $765 million new reasons to take head injuries very seriously.That's the sum the league agreed to pay to settle a class action lawsuit filed by 4,500 retired players, both living and deceased, who had asserted that...
Talkative Tomlin Reveals Team Decisions 3 Line Deck Head Here 18pt 1 Col Deck Head Here Yy
A candid Mike Tomlin opened the new season by revealing a number of personnel decisions that included his choice not to start rookie Jarvis Jones and that committees will man halfback and tight end.Tomlin, who often avoids specific answers on personnel...
Target Date Moved Back Again for Hotel near Cal U
The target completion date has been moved back another year for a planned hotel near California University of Pennsylvania that officials hope will help the school's $59 million convocation center attract conventions and executive conferences.Despite...
Top of the Agenda Economy Should Be the Main Focus of G-20 Summit
G-20 summits are important for two reasons, the current topics on the agenda and the leaders who will attend.The current upcoming one, scheduled for St. Petersburg, Russia, Thursday and Friday is important for both reasons. President Barack Obama has...
Toronto Film Fest Has Rich, Diverse Lineup
TORONTO -- Harry who? Daniel Radcliffe has not one, not two but three movies at the Toronto International Film Festival starting Thursday, each more different than the last and all a long way from Hogwarts. In "Kill Your Darlings," he portrays poet Allen...
Two Aids Are Better Than One in Most Cases of Hearing Loss
DEAR DOCTOR K: I am losing my hearing, and my doctor wants me to get two hearing aids. Is this really necessary? DEAR READER: If you're like most people with hearing loss, it's probably taken some time to accept that you need a hearing aid at all,...
Upsets Boost a Supposedly Lower College Division Fcs Makes an Impression on the Big Stage
McNeese State was about to play a bigger team from a bigger division in a bigger stadium, but coach Matt Viator wanted to make sure that his players were not overwhelmed by the stage. So on Friday, the day before McNeese State opened its season against...
VULTURES Series: LET'S TALK ABOUT BIRDS
Even in recently published bird field guides you can read the words "ugly" and "hideous" used in the descriptions for vultures. No doubt about it: Vultures are the Rodney Dangerfields of the bird world -- they "don't get no respect." But, they should...
While on the Run, She Taught Student a Smoking Lesson
For two years, I taught high school classes from a cart more suited for providing drinks on an airplane than education in a high school.I pushed my desk on wheels and dodged teenagers in narrow hallways with stacks of books, folders and notebooks balanced precariously....
Williams Nearly Perfect in Defeating Navarro
NEW YORK -- From an ace on the first point to a stinging return on the last, Serena Williams was close to perfect in the U.S. Open quarterfinals.The score said it all Tuesday night: 6-0, 6-0.Yes, Williams is looking better and better with each match...
WORLD [Derived Headline]
VIGILANTE TARGETS BUS DRIVERS CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico - Half of the drivers who work a bus route on which two colleagues were shot to death last week, possibly by a woman seeking revenge for purported sexual abuse of female passengers, didn't show up...
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