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Audrey Tautou Elle Magazine Belgium April 2009 photo

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By heli4 · April 7, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
French film actress Audrey Tautou like an abstract painting look at closely on you. she won the NRJ Cine Award best kiss (shared with Gad Elmaleh) for Hors de prix. Audrey Tautou on the cover page of Elle Magazine Belgium April 2009 issue. She looking great in this hairstyle. See Audrey Tautou Elle magazine cover girl photo April 2009 bellow...



Audrey Tatou plays the lead in a short film for the new Chanel no.5 campaign. Tautou allegedly stars together model Travis Davenport in the movie, and they act out a scene on the Orient Express from Paris to Instanbul. Last week, the beautiful French actress Audrey Tautou and the French actress of Greek Anna Mouglalis star as Coco Chanel.



Audrey Tautou Elle magazine cover girl

Miley Cyrus Glamour MaGazine Photo

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By heli4 · April 5, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
Miley Cyrus: America’s Most Famous Girl Grows Up and her franchise is worth nearly a billion dollars.

In the interview she said that she still is crazy about Justin, and that in so much love with him now as she was when she saw him. She said she respects his generosity much. She also said that she is a fan of both Jennifer Aniston and Angelina Jolie for their style and personalities.




Star's dispute over RiseUp magazine deepens photo

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By heli4 · March 25, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
Claims it owed more than $ 2.2 million, The Kansas City Star has countersued RiseUp, a short-lived magazine on race relations that ran in several newspapers, and that the Star printed.



Star response and counterclaim, filed Tuesday in Ray County Circuit Court in Richmond, came in response to a request filed in February by RiseUp is the parent company Ellis Management Marketing Group Inc., or EMMG.

Delta EMMG the petition was president and CEO, Kansas City businesswoman and former mayoral candidate Janice S. Ellis, and her husband, E. Frank Ellis, chairman of SWOP Community Enterprises.

The petition alleged that Ellis and EMMG were not parties RiseUp for printing and distribution arrangements with Star, and therefore was not subject to Star claims for payment.

Playboy Enterprises Posts Collectible Back Issues Online for Free

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By heli4 · March 23, 2009 · 0 Comments ·


Playboy Enterprises has put 53 back issues of Playboy on the web, through a collaboration between Microsoft and Bondi Digital Publishing. The Web site announced on Microsoft's Mix09 show in Las Vegas. The articles and images are free to access Playboy Archive.com, after you install a free copy of Microsoft's Silverlight viewer.

Surprisingly it seems to be some years confirmation, to appear and show selective problems that range from 1954 to 2007, many of them are highly sought after collectors' items. Each digital copy online archive will appear exactly as it did - including advertising - in the original printed edition of Playboy.

Bondi Digital Publishing - the software pioneers who developed the platform for The Complete New Yorker - scanned and written every edition of Playboy, the company said in a statement.
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44th Annual National Magazine Awards Announced

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By heli4 · March 20, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
2009 National Magazine Awards Finalists,ASME Announces 2009 National Magazine Award Finalists
GENERAL EXCELLENCE

Chief Executive of the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME), today announced the finalists for the 44th annual National Magazine Awards, the magazine industry’s highest honor. Named after the Alexander Calder stabile Elephant, the Ellies celebrate the talented writers, photographers, designers and editors whose dedication and creativity drive the success of magazines. Twenty-six winners will be announced at a gala event on April 30, at New York City’s Jazz at Lincoln Center, Frederick P. Rose Hall.













Under 100,000 circulation



  • The American Scholar: Robert Wilson, editor, for Spring, Summer, Autumn issues.
  • Aperture: Melissa Harris, editor-in-chief, for Spring, Summer, Fall issues.
  • Bidoun: Lisa Farjam, editor-in-chief, for Winter, Spring/Summer, Fall issues.
  • Print: Joyce Rutter Kaye, editor-in-chief, for February, April, October issues.
  • The Virginia Quarterly Review: Ted Genoways, editor, for Winter, Summer, Fall issues.

100,000 to 250,000 circulation



  • Foreign Policy: Moisés Naím, editor-in-chief, for January/February, March/April, May/June issues.
  • Los Angeles Magazine: Kit Rachlis, editor-in-chief, for February, May, November issues.
  • Mother Jones: Monika Bauerlein and Clara Jeffery, editors, for March/April, May/June, November/December issues.
  • Paste: Josh Jackson, editor-in-chief, for July, August, October issues.
  • Time Out New York: Michael Freidson, editor, for June 12-18, December 11-17, December 18-31 issues.

250,000 to 500,000 circulation


  • The Atlantic: James Bennet, editor, for July/August, November, December issues.
  • Backpacker: Jonathan Dorn, editor-in-chief, for June, October, November issues.
  • New York: Adam Moss, editor-in-chief, for March 24, June 23, October 6 issues.
  • Texas Monthly: Evan Smith, president and editor-in-chief, for May issue; Evan Smith, president and editor-in-chief, Jake Silverstein, editor, for November, December issues.
  • W: Patrick McCarthy, chairman and editorial director, for September, October, November issues.

500,000 to 1,000,000 circulation


  • The Economist: John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief, for October 4, November 1, December 20 issues.
  • Fast Company: Robert Safian, editor and managing director, for June, September, November issues.
  • GQ: Jim Nelson, editor-in-chief, for July, September, November issues.
  • Runner’s World: David Willey, editor-in-chief, for May, September, October issues.
  • Wired: Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief, for February, April, November issues.


1,000,000 to 2,000,000 circulation


  • Bon Appetit: Barbara Fairchild, editor-in-chief, for September, October, December issues.
  • Field & Stream: Anthony Licata, editor, for May, June, December/January issues.
  • The New Yorker: David Remnick, editor, for February 11 & 18, May 26, November 17 issues.
  • Popular Science: Mark Jannot, editor-in-chief, for July, September, November issues.
  • Vogue: Anna Wintour, editor-in-chief, for March, April, August, issues.

Over 2,000,000 circulation


  • Martha Stewart Living: Martha Stewart, founder; Michael Boodro, editor-in-chief, for August, October, November issues.
  • National Geographic: Chris Johns, editor-in-chief, for May, July, September issues.
  • Reader’s Digest: Peggy Northrop, editor-in-chief, for June, August, September issues.
  • Real Simple: Kristin van Ogtrop, managing editor, for February, September, December issues.
  • Time: Richard Stengel, managing editor, for April 7, September 15, September 29 issues.


SINGLE-TOPIC ISSUE

This category recognizes magazines that have devoted an issue to an in-depth examination of one topic. It honors the ambition, comprehensiveness and imagination with which a magazine treats its subject.

  • Atlanta Magazine: Rebecca Burns, editor-in-chief, for King: 40 Years Later, April.
  • IEEE Spectrum: Susan Hassler, editor-in-chief, for Special Report: The Singularity, June.
  • New York Magazine: Adam Moss, editor-in-chief, for The Birth of the Modern City: 1968-2008, October 6.
  • Newsweek: Jon Meacham, editor, for How He Did It, November 17.
  • Saveur: James Oseland, editor-in-chief, for A World of Breakfast, October.


MAGAZINE SECTION

This category recognizes excellence of a regular, cohesive section of a magazine, either front- or back-of-book and composed of a variety of elements, both text and visual. Finalists are selected based on the section’s voice, originality, and unified design and packaging.

  • Best Life: David Zinczenko, editorial director; Stephen Perrine, editor-in-chief, for It Works for Me section, February, September, October.
  • Golf Digest: Jerry Tarde, chairman and editor-in-chief, for The Digest section, March, April, May.
  • Newsweek: Jon Meacham, editor, for its Periscope section, February 25, June 30, December 29/January 5.
  • O, The Oprah Magazine: Oprah Winfrey, founder and editorial director; Amy Gross, editor-in-chief, for its Reading Room section, February, May, October.
  • Wired: Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief, for its Start section, September, October, December.
REPORTING

This category recognizes excellence in reporting. It honors the enterprise, exclusive reporting and intelligent analysis that a magazine exhibits in covering an event, a situation or a problem of contemporary interest and significance.

  • Fast Company: Robert Safian, editor and managing director, for China Storms Africa, by Richard Behar, June.
  • GQ: Jim Nelson, editor-in-chief, for Papa, by Sean Flynn, April.
  • GQ: Jim Nelson, editor-in-chief, for The Longest Night, by Sean Flynn, December.
  • The New York Times Magazine: Gerald Marzorati, editor-in-chief, for Right at the Edge, by Dexter Filkins, September 7.
  • The New Yorker: David Remnick, editor, for Making It, by Ryan Lizza, July 21.


PUBLIC INTEREST

This category recognizes journalism that sheds new light on an issue of public importance and has the potential to affect national or local debate or policy.

  • Bicycling: Loren Mooney, editor-in-chief, for Broken, by David Darlington, January/February.
  • BusinessWeek: Stephen J. Adler, editor-in-chief, for Do Cholesterol Drugs Do Any Good?, by John Carey, January 28.
  • Mother Jones: Monika Bauerlein and Clara Jeffery, editors, for Torture Hits Home, by Peter Bergen,
    Michael Mechanic, Justine Sharrock, Eric Umansky, and JoAnn Wypijewski, March/April.
  • Newsweek: Jon Meacham, editor, for We Fought Cancer...and Cancer Won, by Sharon Begley, September 15.
  • Vanity Fair: Graydon Carter, editor, for The Green Light, by Philippe Sands, May.

FEATURE WRITING

This category recognizes excellence in feature writing. It honors the stylishness and originality with which the author treats his or her subject.


PROFILE WRITING

This category recognizes excellence in profile writing. It honors the vividness and perceptiveness with which the writer brings his or her subject to life.

ESSAYS

This category recognizes excellence in essay writing on topics ranging from the personal to the political. Whatever the subject, emphasis should be placed on the author’s eloquence, perspective, fresh thinking and unique voice.



COLUMNS AND COMMENTARY

This category recognizes excellence in short-form political, social, economic or humorous commentary. It honors the eloquence, force of argument and succinctness with which the writer presents his or her views.


REVIEWS AND CRITICISM

This category recognizes excellence in criticism of art, books, movies, television, theater, music, dance, food, dining, fashion, products and the like. It honors the knowledge, persuasiveness and original voice that the critic brings to his or her reviews.


FICTION

This category recognizes excellence in magazine fiction writing. It honors the quality of a publication’s literary selections.

  • The American Scholar: Robert Wilson, editor, for Royal Blue, by Charles Baxter, Spring; Happy with Crocodiles, by Jim Shepard, Summer.
  • The New Yorker: David Remnick, editor, for Clara, by Roberto Bolaño, August 4; The Dinner Party, by Joshua Ferris, August 11 & 18.
  • The New Yorker: David Remnick, editor, for Them Old Cowboy Songs, by Annie Proulx, May 5; The Noble Truths of Suffering, by Aleksandar Hemon, September 22.
  • The Paris Review: Philip Gourevitch, editor, for Departure, by Alistair Morgan, Summer; The Lover, by Damon Galgut, Winter.
  • The Virginia Quarterly Review: Ted Genoways, editor, for Asal, by Sana Krasikov, Summer; Tale of the Teahouse, by Kanishk Tharoor, Summer.

PERSONAL SERVICE

This category recognizes excellence in service journalism. The advice or instruction presented should help readers improve the quality of their lives in areas that are core to their personal well-being.

  • Esquire: David Granger, editor-in-chief, for Retool, Reboot, Rebuild, by Mehmet Oz, M.D., and Michael Roizen, M.D., May; Seventy-Five,by Susan Casey, May.
  • Family Circle: Linda Fears, editor-in-chief, for Power Play, by Scott Alexander, November 1.
  • Health: Ellen Kunes, editor-in-chief, for a three-part series, Read This Before You Go to the Hospital, by Lorie A. Parch, July/August; Danger at Your Doctor’s Office, by Lorie A. Parch, September; Warning: This Rx May Be Harmful to Your Health, by Cara Birnbaum, November.
  • More: Lesley Jane Seymour, editor-in-chief, for The Endangered Uterus, by Peg Rosen, December/January.
  • Prevention: Liz Vaccariello, senior vice president/editor-in-chief, for Is Your Parent Overmedicated?, by Siri Carpenter, December.

LEISURE INTERESTS

This category recognizes excellent service journalism about leisure-time pursuits. The practical advice or instruction presented should help readers enjoy hobbies or other recreational interests.


DESIGN


This category recognizes excellence in magazine design. It honors the effectiveness of overall design, artwork, graphics and typography in enhancing a magazine’s unique mission and personality.

  • Bon Appétit: Barbara Fairchild, editor-in-chief; Matthew Lenning, design director, for July, August, December issues.
  • Good: Zach Frechette, editor-in-chief; Scott Stowell, design director; Casey Caplowe, creative director, for January/February, March/April, May/June issues.
  • GQ: Jim Nelson, editor-in-chief; Fred Woodward, design director; Jim Moore, creative director, for June, November, December issues.
  • New York: Adam Moss, editor-in-chief; Chris Dixon, design director, for March 24, June 9, October 6 issues.
  • Wired: Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief; Scott Dadich, creative director; Wyatt Mitchell, design director, for February, June, November issues.

PHOTOGRAPHY

This category recognizes excellence in magazine photography. It honors the effectiveness of photography, photojournalism and photo illustration in enhancing a magazine’s unique mission and personality.

  • Bon Appétit: Barbara Fairchild, editor-in-chief; Matthew Lenning, design director; Elizabeth Mathews, photo editor, for August, September, October issues.
  • GQ: Jim Nelson, editor-in-chief; Fred Woodward, design director; Jim Moore, creative director; Anton Ioukhnovets, art director; Dora Somosi, director of photography, for August, November, December issues.
  • National Geographic: Chris Johns, editor-in-chief; David Griffin, director of photography; Kurt F. Mutchler and Susan A. Smith, deputy directors, photography, for May, July, November issues.
  • T, The New York Times Style Magazine: Gerald Marzorati, editor-in-chief; for August 17, September 7, December 7 issues.
  • W: Patrick McCarthy, chairman and editorial director; Dennis Freedman, creative director; Edward Leida,
    group design director; Nathalie Kirsheh, art director; Nadia Vellam, photo editor, for March, April, September issues.

PHOTOJOURNALISM

This category recognizes the informative photographic documentation of an event or subject in real-time. Photo essays accompanied by text are judged primarily on the strength of the photographs.

  • Harper’s Magazine: Roger D. Hodge, editor; Stacey D. Clarkson, art director, for Life and Death, photographs by Lynsey Addario, November.
  • National Geographic: Chris Johns, editor-in-chief; David Griffin, director of photography; Kurt F. Mutchler and Susan A. Smith, deputy directors, photography, for Who Murdered the Virunga Gorillas?, by Mark Jenkins, photographs by Brent Stirton, July.
  • The New York Times Magazine: Gerald Marzorati, editor-in-chief, for A Cutting Tradition, by Sara Corbett, photographs by Stephanie Sinclair, January 20.
  • The New York Times Magazine: Gerald Marzorati, editor-in-chief, for The Children of God, by Sara Corbett, photographs by Stephanie Sinclair, July 27.
  • Time: Richard Stengel, managing editor; Arthur Hochstein, art director, for The Forgotten Plague, by Alice Park, photographs by James Nachtwey, October 13.

PHOTO PORTFOLIO

This category honors creative photography and photo illustration.

  • Bon Appétit: Barbara Fairchild, editor-in-chief; Matthew Lenning, design director; Bailey Franklin, photo editor; Robert Festino, senior art director, for A Heritage Feast, by Nancy Oakes and Pamela Mazzola; photography portfolio by Tim Morris, November.
  • GQ: Jim Nelson, editor-in-chief; Fred Woodward, design director; Jim Moore, creative director; Dora Simosi, director of photography; Anton Ioukhnovets, art director; Krista Prestek, senior photo editor, for Who It Takes, photographs by Jeff Riedel, November.
  • Gourmet: Ruth Reichl, editor-in-chief; Richard Ferretti, creative director; Erika Oliveira, art director; Amy Koblenzer, photo editor, for Out of Sight, recipes by Shelley Wiseman; photographs by Romulo Yanes, December.
  • The New Yorker: David Remnick, editor; Elisabeth Biondi, visuals editor, forService, portfolio by Platon, September 29.
  • W: Patrick McCarthy, chairman and editorial director; Dennis Freedman, creative director; Edward Leida, group design director; Nathalie Kirsheh, art director; Nadia Vellam, photo editor, for Come on Down to Nawlins, photographed by Bruce Weber; styled by Karl Templer, April.

GENERAL EXCELLENCE ONLINE

This category recognizes excellence in magazine websites, as well as online-only magazines that publish original content. The site must convey a distinct editorial identity and create a unique magazine environment on the web.







Less than 1,000,000 average monthly unique visitors


  • Backpacker.com (www.backpacker.com): Jonathan Dorn, editor-in-chief; Anthony Cerretani, online editor
  • MotherJones.com (www.motherjones.com): Clara Jeffery and Monika Bauerlein, editors-in-chief
  • Parenting.com (www.parenting.com): Rachel Fishman Feddersen, director
  • RunnersWorld.com (www.runnersworld.com): David Willey, editor-in-chief; Mark Remy, executive editor; George Vlahogiannis, executive producer
  • Triple Canopy (www.canopycanopycanopy.com): Sam Frank and Alexander Provan, editors; Caleb Waldorf, creative director

1,000,000 and above average monthly unique visitors


  • BusinessWeek.com (www.businessweek.com): Stephen Adler, editor-in-chief
  • Chow.com (www.chow.com): Jane Goldman, editor-in-chief
  • Nationalgeographic.com (www.ngm.com): Chris Johns, editor-in-chief; Rob Covey, creative director and managing editor, ngm.com
  • Nymag.com (http://nymag.com): Adam Moss, editor-in-chief; Kelly Maloni & Ben Williams, co-editors, nymag.com
  • Time.com (www.time.com): Josh Tyrangiel, managing editor, Time.com; assistant managing editor, Time

PERSONAL SERVICE ONLINE

This category recognizes excellent service journalism on the Web. The practical advice or instruction presented should help readers either improve the quality of their personal lives or enjoy recreational pursuits. The category honors a site’s effective use of multimedia technology that users can act on.

  • Backpacker.com – Maps Project (www.backpacker.com/hikes): Jonathan Dorn, editor-in-chief; Kris Wagner, Map Editor
  • CNNMoney.com – Ultimate Guide to Retirement (http://money.cnn.com/retirement/guide): Craig Matters, managing editor, Money; Chris Peacock, editor/vice president, CNNMoney.com
  • Gourmet.com – Favorite Cookies: 1941-2008 (www.gourmet.com/recipes/cookies): Ruth Reichl, editor-in-chief; Adam Houghtaling, editorial director
  • Health.com – Journey (www.health.com): Scott Mowbray, editorial director

  • RunnersWorld.com – Half-Marathon Challenge (www.runnersworld.com): David Willey, editor-in-chief; Mark Remy, executive editor; George Vlahogiannis, executive produce.

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Again Kim Kardashian Playboy magazine shoot in Russia

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By heli4 · March 19, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
Back to the future!Playboy recycles 2007 Kim Kardashian shoot in Russia. Kim Kardashian's back on the cover of Playboy! But something looks familiar.

Back to the future! Playboy recycles 2007 Kim Kardashian shoot,cover of Playboy,

The "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star models skimpy red lingerie and super-high heels in the February 2009 cover of Russian Playboy.

Kardshian made her Playboy debut in December 2007 in skimpy red lingerie and mile-high heels. 28-year-old's steamy new cover is just a pose (and the white background) away from her last.

While the foreign editions of Playboy are locally produced, are men mag share celebrity photo shoots and stories, a Playboy rep explained. Kardashian has recently begun to receive the following in Russia, which may explain why she Pictorial appeared so late after its debut.

Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush's Sexy GQ Shoot video-

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Zac Efron's dirty new magazine photo shoot

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By heli4 · March 18, 2009 · 0 Comments ·


Zac Efron has become the latest teen pornography idol to fire the image of the I'ma-star-adult-now bough. In a new interview magazine photo spread, High School Musical star rolling around in the mud, see - what is the technical term? - Disturbingly hot.

And while he has taken new steps to add a hot, naked woman model as a prop he participate in an ancient rite of passage for the squeaky clean boy stars hope to go over to more mainstream fame: There is no better way to announce post-pay cycle adolescence to the world than sexing up a photo shoot.
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OK magazine sells Jade Goody memorial issue before she is dead

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By heli4 · March 18, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
"Jade Goody Official Tribute Issue, 1981-2009",OK magazine Jade Goody memorial issue photo,

I was in central London news stands this afternoon, and saw the words: "Jade Goody Official Tribute Issue, 1981-2009". So of course I thought the poor girl was already dead.

No, she was not: OK Magazine had very tastefully jumped the gun. And it was not an accident, since the cover was also shown on its website. I assume that the circulation guys were worried that they may lose some sales between her actual death and the magazine appears on the shelves. Best to be on the safe side, eh?
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Kareena Kapoor Blender magazine March issue photo

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By heli4 · March 16, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
Bollywood beauty Kareena Kapoor became Blender magazine cover girl. You get here Kareena Kapoor's March issue Music magazine "Blender" cover photo. see her photo here-
Kareena Kapoor Blender magazine photomusic magazine "Blender",
Kareena is practically everywhere. She is someone who can be rightly called as "Gen-Next Bollywood". We have actually talked about it only Kareena Kapoor, which cover-girl of the music magazine "Blender". Needless to say, this Kapoor girl looks more than a million dollars. 

This article explains how Kareena's eternal dream has been fulfilled by the Munnabhai director Rajkumar Hirani. And for all those who wondered what they dream about, as nothing else than to work with "Mr. perfectionist 'Aamir Khan himself. And thus was born the much awaited movie 3 idiots. Kareena in this interview are not talking only about her life on speed, but also for her as a recipient of the prestigious award for Women Achiever of the year from environmentalist Erin Brokovich yourself: If there was NOK, when she also gives her take on who should take her "youth icon" status very seriously.
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Teen magazines are sexualising readers

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By heli4 · March 15, 2009 · 0 Comments ·
Teen magazines are sexualising readers, says watchdog. Teenage magazines are to blame for the "early sexualisation" of their young readers and are failing to uphold their own guidelines on content, the Government's consumer watchdog has claimed.

Teen magazines are sexualising readers,early sexualisation,Government's consumer watchdog,Ed Mayo,

Ed Mayo, chief executive of Consumer Focus, said the magazines were "pushing the envelope" and warned that parents would be shocked by much of the content.
A study by
The Sunday Telegraph of several magazines aimed at teenage girls found that they contained sexually explicit material that was possible in line with the industry's advertising code.

Front has attacked the magazines' self-regulatory body as "toothless" and has called for an independent organization to monitor the publications that are read by children as young as 11

"All the
complaints we receive from readers are carefully checked against our policy, and we respond accordingly. Many of the features in these magazines are written in response to questions they receive from their readers."
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