Anti Smoking

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    factors of tobacco consumption on human health. Epidemiological research has been focused primarily on cigarette tobacco smoking,[1] which has been studied more extensively than any other form of consumption.[2] Tobacco is the single greatest cause of preventable death globally.[3] Tobacco use leads most commonly to diseases affecting the heart, liver and lungs, with smoking being a major risk factor for heart attacks, strokes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) (including emphysema and

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    Smoking has become very common and fashionable, especially among young boys. This habit usually begins at school when boys try to experiment with every new thing that they can lay their hands on. Despite the warnings given by doctors about the ill-effects of smoking, people continue to smoke. Smokers are addicted to it, and even if they want to, they cannot refrain from picking up a cigar or cigarette and puffing away. Some youngsters smoke for the sake of society and some feel that would make

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    Smoking For several decades, smoking remains one of the most common problems in the world even though people are aware of the health risks involved in smoking. Smoking causes harmful effects in the body. There have been numerous reports linking cigarette smoking to diseases such as cancers of the lung, mouth, heart attacks, and other ailments. Moreover, smoking in public areas is an unhealthy habit because it harms not just the smokers, but also others who breathe the smoker’s cigarette smoke, that

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    No Healthy Cigarette Hey do you think smoking is cool? Well if you do then you will regret it later because not only will you possibly die but along with that you won’t be very pretty. Now today a lot of girls and boys in their teens smoke now you may think so what but 5,000 are under 18 and that means they could be 12 or going to the extreme 9. Now you don t have to have a cigarette in your hand to be smoking, if your parents smoke you get second hand smoke which is technically the same thing

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    About harm of smoking is written everywhere. Every day in the world the huge number of people dies from diseases caused by smoking. Smokers continue to smoke not just because of their addiction to nicotine. They think the act of smoking makes them look cool, powerful and attractive. That is why they continue to smoke despite knowing well the numerous health hazards of smoking. Firstly, women who smoke actually harm themselves and the future posterity. The woman should protect the organism in every

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    Smoking has become very common and fashionable, especially among young boys. This habit usually begins at school when boys try to experiment with every new thing that they can lay their hands on. Despite the warnings given by doctors about the ill-effects of smoking, people continue to smoke. Smokers are addicted to it, and even if they want to, they cannot refrain from picking up a cigar or cigarette and puffing away. Some youngsters smoke for the sake of society and some feel that would make

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    you are young and the only way to get rid of them is by expensive surgery. Why you should quit smoking? First, smoking cause cancers. Smoking increase risk of many kind of cancers, especially lung cancer. Most of patients with lung cancer are smoker. Other cancers like cancer of colon, stomach, esophagus, nasopharynx, oral, tongue, breast, ovary, uterus etc are associated with smoking. Second, smoking can cause respiratory disease and more than 90% of patients with chronic obstructive airway disease

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    Smoking is one of the habits that people don’t want to give up because of its addicted elements. A normal cigarette contains over 1000’s of chemicals which includes Tar, nicotine, carbon monoxide e.t.c. There are also other toxic elements in a cigarette which harms the people around a smoker. Different governments try to introduce new schemes every second year which sometimes affect a smoker in a positive and sometimes in a negative way. For example; putting a higher tax on cigarettes or introducing

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    Should Cigarette Smoking Be Banned In All Public Places Angie Leventis Lourgos and Jackie Bange discuss smoking being banned in bars in their article “Illinois smoking ban: Some bars give smokers a sanctuary.” Lourgos states that given the recent ban on cigarette smoking in bars that some of the bars are still letting the patrons smoke. The ban for smoking in bars and restaurants in Illinois has been in place since January 1, 2008. Lourgos and Bange went and talked to one bar owner Pat Carroll

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    accustomed to smoking as a way of coping with stress, depression, anxiety, or even boredom. At the same time, the act of smoking is ingrained as a daily ritual. It may be an automatic response for you to smoke a cigarette with your morning coffee, while taking a break from work or school, or during your commute home at the end of a long day. Perhaps friends, family members, and colleagues smoke, and it has become part of the way you relate with them. To successfully quit smoking, you’ll need

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    CDC Anti-Smoking Campaign Ads From the common cold to deadly viruses, there are threats to public health everywhere in the world, whether they are caused naturally, intentionally, or accidentally. Providing strategic direction and support against these threats is a national health organization known as the CDC (or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). The CDC is one of the most predominate national health institutes the United States and the world. Its main office is located in Atlanta

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    if you share your cigarettes your burden is greatly increased. If you have car payment insurance, credit cards, and rent to pay, cigarette smoking contributes to the monthly burden substantially. 2. REASONS FOR STARTING THE HABIT IN THE FIRST PLACE .There are five developmental stages of smoking-first is the( preparatory stage) adolesents view smoking as having a useful propose; to appear mature, cope with stress, or fit in with a new peer group. (Tobacco advertising and adult or sibling role

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    Today, nearly a billion people on earth smoke cigarettes. Many have tried to stop, and they, too, find that smoking can be extremely difficult to give up. In the United States, four out of fives smokers say they want to “kick the habit”; each year fewer than one in ten succeeds. To see why, it is necessary to understand the effects of tobacco’s most powerful ingredient: nicotine. Nicotine is an alkaloid poison found in tobacco leaves that defends the plant against insect attack. Nicotine affects

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    THE RISE OF CIGARS AND CIGAR-SMOKING HARMS Despite increases in cigar smoking, especially among youth, cigars are often overlooked by legislators and other policymakers who mistakenly believe that cigars are “not that harmful” compared to cigarettes and deserve special treatment. But cigars are addictive and deadly – causing lung cancer, other cancers, heart attacks and more – and they are often marketed in a wide variety of kid-friendly flavors. Cigar smokers also produce more secondhand smoke

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    Smoking is a practice in which a substance, most commonly tobacco, is burned and the smoke is tasted or inhaled. This is primarily practised as a route of administration for recreational drug use, as combustion releases the active substances in drugs such as nicotine and makes them available for absorption through the lungs. It can also be done as a part of rituals, to induce trances and spiritual enlightenment. The most common method of smoking today is through cigarettes, primarily industrially

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    Kailey Hilbert 12/4/13 S.Buchler Thank You for Smoking Today’s, labels, ads, and preachers tell us that smoking is harmful to our bodies, yet people continue to smoke. In the film, Thank You for Smoking, Nick Naylor works for the tobacco industry; his company forces him to uses his talking skills to argue how cigarettes are really not as bad as what everyone believes. At times, Naylor is ambiguous about what he does, advocating for a product that is known to be bad for us. However, he

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    Introduction (Smoking and Infertility) What is the relation between smoking and infertility? Cigarette smoking has been a common societal activity for decades. Cigarette smoking is known to cause chronic and sometimes deadly health issues, but the effects of Cigarette smoking on fertility are not well understood. My research will focus on the impacts cigarette smoking can have on human fertility. I will remain impartial with regards to gender comparison and smoking. Scholars and researchers agree

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    Smoking Advertisements and Commercials For this assignment, I will be writing about anti-smoking advertisements and commercials that I see a lot on television while I am trying to watch the Big Bang Theory and sometimes banners on an Internet page. Lately, I have been noticing a lot of anti-smoking commercials from the CDC interviewing people whom have been smoking for a long time. People, whom are being interviewed, have serious health problems due to the effects of smoking. These ads will explain

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    of the factors that trigger cigarette smoking amongst young generation of today, effects of cigarette, like cancer, heart disease, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. By reading this paper, a person can gain knowledge about the effects of smoking cigarette. So when a person reads this especially those who smoke, he or she may quit or lessen smoking because he or she will know the bad effects of cigarette smoking.  It is considered that cigarette smoking is the leading cause of preventable death

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    Should smoking be allowed or banned in public places? Should smoking be allowed or banned in public? Smoking tobacco has been affecting what’s around us because more people start to smoke so that’s more pollution in the air. Some people feel that they constantly need to smoke in order to get through their day and not realizing what they’re doing to themselves and others. Smoking shouldn’t be allowed in public places like parks because of all the little kids running around. People shouldn’t

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    The Effects of Cigarette Smoking No Smoking SignThere have been numerous campaigns against cigarette smoking communicating that this vice causes death. But a threat to health doesn’t seem to be a good reason for quitting anymore. People somehow block themselves and ignore all the information that is given to them. The purpose of this essay is to discuss three effects of cigarette smoking, besides the broadly mentioned possibility of developing cancer or dying, which are the smell of smoke, the stained

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    It is smoking? It is killing many people? Why, would you want to smoke, if it causes so many dead people have all kinds of excuses for that question, Some of which include: “I’m stressed out”, “I need to lose weight”, and “I just want to fit in”. Would you want to die because you wanted to lose weight, you felt stressed, or you just want to be cool? There are many reasons why you should not-start smoking and why you should stop smoking now. II. Backgroud of the study Smoking is an adaptive

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    From the past, many people think that smoking is a sign of coolness, but in fact it just damages the health. For a long time, researchers have been researching on cigarettes to find out what ingredients are contained in them. Cigarettes contain nicotine which is an addictive substance that makes smokers feel hard to quit. Smoking is not only a bad habit but also wastes money. Therefore, smoking is considered as the destruction of health. First of all, smoking damages the lungs, the heart and causes

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    Everyday in Great Britain about 450 children start smoking, 1 in 4 who turn into regular smokers by the age of 15. Would you want your child to become addicted to smoking? Cigarettes smoke contains over 4,800 chemicals and 69 are known to cause cancer. So why do people smoke? Why is smoking so harmful? 1. Nicotine: is a highly addictive drug which stimulates the nervous system. It also for a certain amount of time improves alertness, memory and much more. 2. Tar: is a Sticky substance contains many

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    have the right to ban or to restrict smoking by their employees at the workplace because of the effects of secondhand smoke on the other employees. In addition, the costs to the employer for covering health insurance are increasing because of the damage caused by smoking. More than 50,000 nonsmoker deaths occur in the United States each year and the numbers would likely stay high for the future if employees were allowed to smoke at the workplace. Allowing smoking at work puts other workers at risk

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    Word Count 863 Where There’s Smoke, There’s…Disease? Smoking is a dangerous habit that can lead to an array of health related problems. Some of the effects may not be noticeable at first, but in many cases it can lead disabilities and shortened life span. Smoking is one of the most dangerous habits to form. It causes a multitude of harmful diseases, many of which are deadly. The reason most people claim they smoke is to relieve stress. However, studies have proven that stress levels in smokers

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    Ban On Smoking in Public Places Ban On Smoking In Public Places Smoking has been a very controversial topic in recent years. A lot of people smoke everywhere, including in public places. Smoking in public places is frowned upon because of the increasing health risks that come with inhaling the smoke. It is argued that smoking is bad for the health and it can affect a person who inhales and exhales the cigarette, as well as affect other people who are around a smoker in public places. Smoking is so

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    EFFECTS OF SMOKING The World Health Organization defines smoking as an addiction activities. Smoking is a habit that favored some people in this modern age.Smoking is the inhalation of the smoke of burning tobacco encased in cigarettes, pipes, and cigars. Casual smoking is the act of smoking only occasionally, usually in a social situation or to relieve stress. A smoking habit is a physical addiction to tobacco products. Many health experts now regard habitual smoking as a psychological addiction

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    Smoking I don’t agree on smoking. Because it's harmful to health, also causes addiction and dependence on nicotine. Smoking leads to lung cancer, heart disease, strokes, asthma and wide variety of other diseases. Smokers experience more coughs and colds as compared to non-smokers. One of the main reasons for quitting smoking is its detrimental effect on our teeth. Smoking causes the destruction of tooth enamel, bad breath and disturbed of oral microflora. Also you have an increased risk of lung

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    Smoking has been very popular throughout the years all over the world. It’s quite common to see people smoke cigarettes on the street and other nonpublic areas. Smoking has been seen in the movies, TV shows and so forth, from which we could see how commonly it is applied in human behavior and life habit. I wouldn’t be surprised if my dad or uncle smokes, and from what I’ve noticed, the population of women that smoke increases nowadays. So here comes the question, why do people smoke cigarettes? Don’t

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    Smoking? I do not understand why people can put something that is so damaging into their bodies. Do people even think about what it can do to themselves and their surroundings, and how many chemicals there are in a cigarette? Smoking is a really bad habit and has become very common and fashionable among teenagers and young boys and girls. Smoking usually begins at school when students discover new things and its not only smoking, sometimes it is drugs too. Even though doctors warn against smoking

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    Cigarette Smoking Cigarette Smoking Compounds produced by tobacco and additives creates a complex mixture that can is deadly to human beings. The smoke from cigarettes contain tar which is made up of 4000 chemicals and 60 known carcinogenic chemicals causing heart and lung disease to include emphysema. The ingredients found in a cigarette smoke that not contain poisonous gases such as nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, cyanide, benzene, formaldehyde, Methanol (wood alcohol), Acetylene (fuel

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    Smoking in China Smoking in China is prevalent, as China is the world's largest consumer and producer of tobacco: there are 350 million Chinese smokers, and China produces 42% of the world's cigarettes. The China National Tobacco Corporation (中国国家烟草公司) is by sales the largest single manufacturer of tobacco products in the world and boasts a monopoly in Mainland China generating between 7 and 10% of government revenue. Within the Chinese guanxi system, tobacco is still a ubiquitous gift

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    SMOKING VS. ALCOHOLISM 1 Smoking vs. Alcoholism Lori Duncan Everest University SMOKING VS. ALCOHOLISM 2 Smoking is more dangerous than anyone might think. People don't realize how many chemicals are in cigarettes that are dangerous to people. There are over 4,000 chemicals

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    like people don’t even pay attention and it’s sad. The speakers also talked about the death rates and the risks that could come with smoking, such as lung cancer and throat cancer. This was something I was all too familiar with, but something they did do that also made me kind of think was talk about the help we can offer to those who smoke. They gave away quit smoking packs that had gum, notes and reading material. They explained how some people who can’t quit for themselves sometimes quit for others

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    Smoking is a practice in which a substance, most commonly tobacco or cannabis, is burned and the smoke is tasted or inhaled. This is primarily practised as a route of administration for recreational drug use, as combustion releases the active substances in drugs such as nicotine and makes them available for absorption through the lungs. The most common method of smoking today is through cigarettes, primarily industrially manufactured but also hand-rolled from loose tobacco and rolling paper. Tobacco

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    Smoking isn't good for someone's body. Especially, if that person has been smoking a pack of cigarette a day, and for a long period of time; but what are the physical effects of smoking on your body? The effects of smoking varies, and it will depend on a person's vulnerability to the chemical(be specific about these chemicals) in the cigarette or tobacco. It will also depend on the number of cigarette sticks a person smokes per day, the age when the person first started to smoke, and the number

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    Smoking has become very common and fashionable, especially among young boys. This habit usually begins at school when boys try to experiment with every new thing that they can lay their hands on. Despite the warnings given by doctors about the ill-effects of smoking, people continue to smoke. Smokers are addicted to it, and even if they want to, they cannot refrain from picking up a cigar or cigarette and puffing away. Some youngsters smoke for the sake of society and some feel that would make

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    I am sure that you know that smoking harms your body. Then why do you continue smoking? Maybe you do it because you haven’t really become conscious about all the effects that smoking has. There are a lot of reasons why you shouldn’t smoke. Some of them are that smoking affects your health, that you spend a lot of money on cigarettes, and that when you smoke you are not respecting people around you. There is every reason to consider tobacco smoking the most harmful of bad habits, since it adversely

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  • Smokecheck: a Study on the Effects of Ncr Male High School Students’ Exposure to and Recall of Anti-Smoking Advertisements to Their Perceptions of and Attitudes Toward Smoking

    UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES Bachelor of Arts in Communication Research Joyce M. Aguillon Precious B. Romano SmokeCheck: A Study on the Effects of NCR Male High School Students’ Exposure to and Recall of Anti-Smoking Advertisements to Their Perceptions of and Attitudes toward Smoking Thesis Adviser: Professor Randy Jay C. Solis College of Mass Communication University of the Philippines Diliman Date of Submission April 2012 Permission is given for the following people to have access

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    | |…….. / ……. / 20 |Date Returned |…………………………… |Signature | Faculty of Business Studies Title of the Project (Smoking) Prepared By Marwa Imad Haydous Presented To Dr. Hasan Al Ali ID Number: 080340 Course: T205-B (Systems Thinking & Practices) Section: 418 TMA Number: 02 Semester: Spring 2010 Date: May 01, 2010

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    Smoking in Society The purpose of this review is to explore smoking's’ place in society. More specifically focusing on the question how people's views on marijuana and tobacco can affect not only society but overall understanding. This study will analyze the social factors for smoking as a whole. When this study is conducted it will be done using, surveys, with open ended questions would be the methods used. Marijuana, or also known as cannabis, is a psychoactive drug that can

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    Smoking Smoking has become very common and fashionable, especially among young boys. This habit usually begins at school when boys try to experiment with every new thing that they can lay their hands on. Despite the warnings given by doctors about the ill-effects of smoking, people continue to smoke. Smokers are addicted to it, and even if they want to, they cannot refrain from picking up a cigar or cigarette and puffing away. Some youngsters smoke for the sake of society and some feel that would

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    In response to the deaths that are being caused by smoking related Illnesses, the writer’s editorial titled ‘time to dampen fire in cigarette smoke’ contends that smoking is becoming a very serious issue. The writer begins with an encouraging and very patriotic tone demonstrating that the government is putting its effort to decrease the illnesses but it transfer’s to a very disappointing tone to indicate that currently the government isn’t even considering to regulate the cigarettes. instead they

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    NAIROBI D.H.O. KWAMANGA, J.A. ODHIAMBO and E.I. AMUKOYE ABSTRACT Objectives: To determine the prevalence of smoking and investigate factors that may influence smoking behaviour in secondary school students in Nairobi. Design: Cross-sectional survey in which a self-administered questionnaire was issued to the students. Setting: Sampled public and private secondary schools in Nairobi. Participants: All the students in the selected secondary schools were included in the study. Results: Five

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    The reasons why smoking is dangerous and unadvisable are vast. It is important that smokers learn to avoid the practice because it slowly affects their health negatively and may lead to death eventually. Majority of the systems in the human body are affected by continuous smoking of cigarettes and other drugs. Usually, smoking involves inhaling of puffs of smokes of such things as tobacco and other drugs which have some effects on an individual. The person may be doing this as he seeks pleasure,

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    scientific research has proved that smoking is injurious to health. Smoke is unhealthy and suffocating. It pollutes the environment. There are two types of smokers - active and passive. The person who smokes is active and other who are near to him and inhale the smoke are passive smokers. Both are equally affected by the ill effects of smoking. Smokers and non-smokers meet at many places like offices, buses, hotels, etc. So, considering the bad effects of smoking on individual's health, environment

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  • Smoking and Law

    Smoking tobacco has generally fallen out of favour in society and become less popular than it used to be. As time progresses, it only seems as if the act of smoking itself becomes more and more stigmatized. Canadians continue to smoke, regardless of its harmful effects on themselves and the people around them, particularly children. Many younger children are involuntarily exposed to cigarette smoke and are vulnerable to health problems. Recently, Ontario legislature passed a new law that prohibits

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    Unit 2 Project: Banning Smoking in Public Anne Smith Kaplan University CM220-03 Professor Johnson December 7, 2010 Banning Smoking in Public The “Big Idea” I have decided to tackle is “nation-wide public smoking bans.” My working thesis statement is “Exposure to cigarette smoke is a serious public health risk. Therefore, it should be banned in all public places, nation-wide.” While I know this proposal is controversial, I think the thesis statement is concise and effective

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    have smoking and non- smoking areas but does that even make sense since smoke travels through air. Smoking areas must be enclosed, don’t you think? For the life of me, I do not understand why people should need to smoke in the first place. There is nothing good that comes out of it. You stand the risk of contracting coronary heart disease, mouth and throat cancer, lung cancer, not to mention bad breath and discoloured teeth. So why do people take to the cigarette? Azmi, 24, started smoking when

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