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January 19, 2019 67] Quincy 66] 87] Author Journalist ForeEdge, An imprint of University Press of New England 2016

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My book has already been uploaded as a PDF file to the entry site used by the evaluation panel.

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January 21, 2019 67] Marshall 66] 87] I am a member but cannot locate the number Author, Creator, Producer Acoustics Professional Hear the Music book, December 2018

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Hear the Music is a 96 page book that is provided freely to all musicians seen clinically at the Musicians’ Clinics of Canada. It is also provided to all Canadian audiology programs and many American programs, as well as many Faculties of Music in Canada and the United States. This book describes most of what is known about music and the prevention of hearing loss in a readable and non-technical format. In its most recent incarnation (2018) important sections have been incorporated on more recent topics such as cochlear synatopathy, also known as “hidden hearing loss”.

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https://acoustics.org/wp-content/uploads/formidable/6/HEAR-THE-MUSIC-2018-1.pdf
January 22, 2019 67] E. 66] 87] 123456 Author, Creator, Producer Journalist, Acoustics Professional In a newsletter

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January 22, 2019 67] Daniel 66] 87] Creator, Producer Journalist, Acoustics Professional xcv xcv xvb

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February 1, 2019 67] Brandon 66] 87] Author Journalist LiveScience.com, Nov. 7 2018

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When beatboxers practice their craft, they produce sounds that exist in no verbal human language. This short article explains the acoustic mechanics behind one of the newest forms of vocal music-making.

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https://www.livescience.com/64032-beatboxers-mri-scan.html
February 7, 2019 67] George 66] 87] 1177818 Author Journalist Printed copies by the INCE Foundation; National Transportation Library (http://ntl.bts.gov) 2018

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A limited number of printed copies were printed and distributed to the Congressional Quiet Skies Caucus, FAA, NASA and others in the government. Uploaded to the National Transportation Library in 2018

Commercial Aviation: A New Era written by journalist (rapporteur) Tamar Nordenberg Published by the INCE Foundation and the National Transportation Library. Documents the technical advances required to engineer future low-noise airplanes. This report is based on a Technology for a Quieter America workshop hosted by the National Academy of Engineering held in Washington, DC (8-9 May, 2017). It was published in print and on the internet in 2018. It includes many charts together with easily understood explanations highlighting the technical advances and considerable noise attenuation required for future airplanes. The topic is vital to America’s global competitiveness in aviation.

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https://ntlrepository.blob.core.windows.net/lib/63000/63700/63747/Commerical_Aviation_Workshop_Final_Report.pdf
March 6, 2019 67] Badreddine 66] 87] 1239649 Author, Creator Acoustics Professional “Acoustic Metasurfaces”. Nature Reviews Materials 3, (2018) 460.

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We publishsed in 2018 the first review on acoustic metasurfaces which is a very emerging and new topic in Acoustics.

Building on the success of bulk metamaterials in the past decade, acoustic metasurfaces have significantly advanced the field of wave manipulation, enabling the design of miniaturized materials and devices with com- plex and unprecedented functionalities. One of the main reasons for the interest in acoustic metasurfaces is the challenge of using bulk acoustic metamaterials to manipulate the sound of long wavelengths in air and water. The use of metasurfaces — in the form of thin and lightweight structures — is an ingenious way to overcome this problem.

In this Review, we delineated the fundamental physics of metasurfaces, described their different concepts and design strategies, and discuss their functionalities for controllable reflection, transmission and extraordinary absorption.

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https://acoustics.org/wp-content/uploads/formidable/6/NRM-Final.pdf
March 7, 2019 67] HORACIO 66] 87] Corresponding Electronic Associate Creator Acoustics Professional Física y Psicoacústica

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This is a tool used by audiology students who are taking courses in acoustics and psychoacoustics. It uses the same platform they use to interact socially with their peers and thus try to convey content in a visual and friendly way. Special importance is given to the different characters in the history of these sciences, emphasizing their contributions.

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https://www.instagram.com/fisicaypsicoacustica/
March 11, 2019 67] Sherri 66] 87] Author Journalist Master Resource: a Market Energy Blog, based in Houston USA

2 million plus viewers
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As in the email: France, Germany, Canada, and others have referenced this link and piece, and have posted. Picked up by the North Dakota Public Utilities Commission, in reference to understanding wind turbine problems for a pending proposed project. We were asked for permission to use.

The interview with Mr. Steven Cooper has turned out to be a turning point of sorts, with respect to people being able to more clearly understand the nature of pulsation and sub sounds, ILFN, and the cocktail of acoustic impacts from industrial wind turbines. Current dBA regulations are quite insufficient to protect people and animals, and even mask the real causes of harm from below 20 hz. Also the band from 20 to 200, Low Frequency. Steven’s clear ability to outline impacts and his reference to his ground breaking work at Bridgewater, AU, has helped innumerable people, policy makers and even medical professionals. It would be very suitable to honor him, and Master Resource, for the clarity provided.

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https://acoustics.org/wp-content/uploads/formidable/6/SENSING-BUT-NOT-HEARING.docx https://www.masterresource.org/windpower-health-effects/sensing-not-hearing-problem-wind-turbine-noise-interview-acoustician-steven-cooper-au/
March 12, 2019 67] Douglas 66] 87] tedium (account # 1178056) Author, Creator, Producer Journalist Episode #19 of podcast Twenty Thousand Hertz, published July 11, 2017

Unknown. They have 14 listed sponsors, so their circulation is apparently substantial.

This podcast presents “the stories behind the world’s most recognizable and interesting sounds,” with solid research backed by entertaining and engaging writing and sound design. This episode covers the gamut of underwater acoustics, including sound, physics of propagation, sonar, and sounds of human, animal, and unknown origin. I think it’s a great example of making acoustics interesting and accessible to a wider audience.

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https://www.20k.org/episodes/underthesea
March 13, 2019 67] Daniel 66] 87] 1047282 Author Acoustics Professional https://cucsaw.wixsite.com/csaw/acousticalstage

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Before, during, and after the performance at the CBA conference, Associate Professor Daniel Butko, who specializes in acoustical research at The University of Oklahoma, was invited to perform testing on the stage and lead a weeklong acoustically-related workshop with Clemson students. His feedback was collected and will be used for future set stage designs to improve both their acoustical performance and ability to be adaptable for a variety of uses. The collaboration with Butko provided valuable insight into technical and sensory aspects of built environments which often go unnoticed or undervalued. Butko’s expertise helped bridge between architecture and performance.

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March 13, 2019 67] Richard 66] 87] : 1001018 Author Acoustics Professional Book published by Elektor International Media B. V.

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Often the owner, primary user, or designers of a venue are ignorant of the importance and basic principles of acoustics. Sometimes, they recognize their ignorance, but often, they had picked up enough “street knowledge” to be dangerous. In either case, the outcome is poor acoustics in the venue: lack of speech intelligibility, unsuitable musical environment, excess (sometimes dangerously so) noise. Acoustics in Performance was written specifically for theater managers and directors, facilities directors, Ministers of Music, recording engineers, and live-sound operators whose activities depend upon an understanding of acoustics in order to succeed.

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https://acoustics.org/wp-content/uploads/formidable/6/Content_-Acoustics_Elektor-Final.pdf
March 13, 2019 67] Richard 66] 87] 1001018 Author Acoustics Professional AudioXpress Magazine

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When I was offered the opportunity to publish a monthly column on acoustics in AudioXpress magazine, I accepted gladly. The column reaches both amateurs and professionals in the audio field, but not many acoustics professionals. The column on acoustical masking I am submitting was written to help readers understand what masking can and cannot do, hopefully leading to a more intelligent use of the technology when it is employed.

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https://acoustics.org/wp-content/uploads/formidable/6/RHSoundControl_AXAug2018.pdf
March 14, 2019 67] Noel 66] 87] 000001245684 Author Acoustics Professional The Conversation (website)

More than 11,000 page views. Increasing at a rate of about 2000/year.
48 Tweets
876 Facebook shares
9 Comments

Republished by:
Phys.org
Cosmos Magazine
Australasian Science

This article answers a commonly asked question about the human voice in a concise way with relatable examples. It has been widely read and shared, and so acts as an introduction to some aspects of acoustics, phonetics, physics and engineering for a very broad audience. As a result, I have been asked to give public talks and even presented a sold-out arts/science workshop for the “This Is A Voice” exhibition (https://sydneyscience.com.au/2017/event/print-your-voice/) at the Museum of Arts and Applied Sciences (Sydney, Australia). These events have both broadened and deepened the understanding of acoustics research to the general public.

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https://theconversation.com/explainer-why-the-human-voice-is-so-versatile-69800
March 14, 2019 67] Angela 66] 87] 1047282 – ID of nominee Creator, Producer Acoustics Professional Gibbs College of Architecture Oculus Blog, published throughout 2017-2018

These stories about Prof. Butko’s acoustics research received over 230 views on the Oculus Blog; in addition, these stories were emailed out to over 4,000 alumni and ~900 faculty and students, via the Oculus Newsletter.

The University of Oklahoma College of Architecture Associate Director and Professor Daniel Butko specializes in architectural acoustics – a topic which he teaches, researches, and practices within the profession. His dedication to integration of acoustics into architecture curriculum objectives and pedagogy is evident in his numerous guest lectures, conference presentations, journal articles, and projects with both Undergraduate and Graduate students. Recent web-based stories showcased here were made possible through funded research, industry partners, community volunteers, and dedicated students. Butko’s intentional and deliberate practice in acoustics has fostered student-centric learning during classroom assignments, field trips, laboratory visits, conferences, and industry collaboration.

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https://gibbs.oucreate.com/tag/daniel-butko/
March 15, 2019 67] Tyler 66] 87] 1115942 Author, Producer Journalist Youtube.com (via Wired.com) 5/16/2018

3,166,536 viewers (to date)

The “Yanny vs. Laurel” recording was the most widely discussed acoustics topics in the popular press in recent memory This audio recording, and discussion about it, was featured for days by local and international news channels, amateur internet personalities, and casual conversations worldwide. In this video, science journalist Louise Matsakis and producer Wonbo Woo explored the acoustic, perceptual, and cognitive bases of this phenomenon in an interview with an auditory neuroscientist. The work does an extraordinary job distilling this complex phenomenon for the public.

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https://youtu.be/3km896XZ-J0
March 15, 2019 67] Shirin 66] 87] Author Acoustics Professional BKL.ca Website – May 24, 2018

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To provide an accessible understanding of noise control for the layman, David has compared the sound-sensitive survival tactics from Hollywood’s recent dystopian horror film “A Quiet Place”, with everyday noise concerns experienced by building occupants, audiences and general listeners.

The result? An acoustical survival guide, which ensures that readers live another day should they ever find themselves falling prey of an unknown species with acutely sensitive hearing. This zany, analogous, pun-heavy and clear narrative is both informative and memorable for acousticians and movie enthusiasts alike.

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https://bkl.ca/features/quiet-place-acoustical-review/
March 2, 2018 67] WeSaam 66] 87] Author, Creator, Producer Acoustics Professional YouTube, Mar 2nd 2018

Posted on the University of Hartford’s website and YouTube.

WeSaam Lepak and Jarrett Lagler, two University of Hartford Students (class of 2018), recorded the launch of the SpaceX Falcon Heavy in Feb 2018 at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center to describe the physics of sonic booms and the speed of sound. Predictions of the quantity of sonic booms and the sound’s time delay were made prior to the launch and were validated by subsequent experimental results.

The SpaceX Falcon Heavy was a momentous event watched by millions around the world. Lepak and Lagler aimed to take advantage of this cultural phenomenon as an opportunity to educate the public on acoustic principles. Through engaging dialogue and clever video editing, this educational acoustics video is accessible to the general public as no technical background is required.

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http://www.hartford.edu/ceta/about-us/news-stories/rocket-sounds.aspx

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrTJ7Scs5IQ
January 12, 2020 67] Emily Conover 66] 87] Author Non-Member Science News

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This story describes efforts to restore the unique acoustics of Notre Dame cathedral, as well as work to preserve or recreate other historic acoustic environments. For this story, I traveled to Paris to visit with some of the researchers involved and to see the cathedral in person. The story includes video and audio components to allow readers to hear the acoustic phenomena described in the story.

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https://www.sciencenews.org/article/notre-dame-cathedral-fire-legendary-acoustics-restoration
May 7, 2020 67] Antje Ihlefeld 66] 87] 1014631 Author, Creator Non-Member New Jersey Autism Center for Excellence

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This podcast explains to parents of autistic children how hearing loss can originate in the central nervous system. While my lab does not, in fact, currently study individuals with autism, we do investigate symptoms of hearing loss that originate in the brain as opposed the ears. The NIH currently funds our work. We are in the state of NJ, which has the highest incidence rate of autism across the US and therefore heightened sensitivity and interest. A Rutgers undergraduate student, Hannah Varkey, reached out to me on behalf of the New Jersey Autism Center for Excellence where she volunteered and scripted, recorded, edited and published the podcast Lend me your ears – and your brain, published on May 7 2020. She did a stellar job. I cannot tell you how many people have listened to this podcast. However, several individuals have reached out to me directly and were thankful that this podcast explained to them that there is a possibility that what they suspected might in fact be true — that their autistic sons indeed struggled with understanding speech when there is background sound, even though audiological exams do not reveal abnormal function. I enthusiastically nominate Hannah Varkey (and NJACE) for the ASA Communication Award. Please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly with any questions: ihlefeld@njit.edu or 973 596 5381 (direct line).
Best,
Antje Ihlefeld

Hannah Varkey’s email address is: hannah@njace.us.

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January 28, 2021 67] Rolf Mueller 66] 87] 000001053957 Author Member Acoustics Today

6550 print copies and parallel on-line availability

The acoustic core topic of this article is how acoustic (sonar) processes encode useful information about an environment and how acoustic insights can be used to extract it again. To make this specialist and somewhat dry material accessible, the article uses
robotics and bats/biomimetics for illustrative purposes. The concept
of evolution serves to create an engaging storyline so that a broad
readership can appreciate the connections between concepts from acoustics, biology, and technology.

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https://acousticstoday.org/the-evolution-of-bat-robots-rolf-mu%cc%88ller-and-roman-kuc/
January 29, 2021 67] stephen dance 66] 87] 1089356 Creator Member Youtube, 19th April 2019

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Callux and London South Bank University collaborated on a viral video, “Staying in the Quietest Room in the World until I went Crazy”, April 2019. A challenge was laid down by UniLad- as to how long you could stay alone in our anechoic chamber. This time we decided to use a dark room to deprive the volunteer of sensory input, whilst permitting verbal exchange. A sound level meter was used to ensure absolute silence was maintained for four out of five minutes to build tension. The video introduced acoustics to a younger audience with positive feedback in the Youtube comments.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LQsz7SzmU8s&t=7s
February 1, 2021 67] Richard Manasseh 66] 87] Account #1067105 … Account Overview and Profile show no ID number, so I presume the account number is what you need. Author, Creator, Producer Member YouTube, date 8 August 2020

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It introduces the physics of how bubbles make sound, creating an aural experience we are all familiar with … but mostly never thought about! Interesting applications of bubble acoustics are mentioned.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsHWHWyk91I
February 2, 2021 67] Marshall Chasin 66] 87] 1170473 Creator Member iOS and Android platforms (Dec. 3, 2020)

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Temporary Hearing Loss, also known as TTS, typically occurs prior to permanent hearing loss. This (recently modified and free) app allows the user to measure their hearing threshold at 6000 Hz before exposure, such as a musical performance, and then immediately after- the difference being an estimate of TTS. If there is no significant TTS (green colored screen) then the auditory impact was minimal, but if the screen was amber or red, this can be used to advise the user to either wear hearing protection when next in a similar environment or minimize their exposure going forward. The user has the options of emailing their results to themselves and clicking on www.MusiciansClinics.com for further strategies to minimize the potential effect of loud music or loud noise.

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https://acoustics.org/wp-content/uploads/formidable/6/Temporary-Hearing-Loss-Test-app.pdf
February 4, 2021 67] Yeimy Roberto 66] 87] no Author, Creator, Producer Non-Member Youtube, Dec. 10, 2021/ https://sites.google.com/view/entonacion-espanol-bucaramanga, Dec -2018

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Considering the nuances of identity through acoustic analysis enhances self-value, strengthens societal interconnectedness, and enriches global understanding of the human language idiosyncratic treasures.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyKJvwivxXY&ab_channel=YeimyJ.Roberto
February 5, 2021 67] Kerri D. Seger 66] 87] Author Non-Member Nature: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-019-01098-6 April 10, 2019

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Nature magazine content currently (as of 2020) gets over 7 million unique page views/month on average. This is up significantly from 2019, when it was about 4 million unique page views/month, mainly because of increased interest in pandemic-related content.
This particular story has 17,781 page views to date. Google Scholar suggests it has been cited 11 times https://scholar.google.com/scholar?cites=9173198962421620556&as_sdt=2005&sciodt=0,5&hl=en
The piece was turned into a TED talk, at that conference’s invitation, in 2019. The TED talk, released in March 2020, now has 1.4 million views.

This piece was inspired by a talk given by Rob Williams at the Pew Fellows meeting on Coastal Voices held in Sooke in 2018, to which the author was invited to give a talk about effective science communication. Nicola found the topic poetic, important, inspiring, and under-reported, and was keen to follow up with a feature for Nature, a publication where she had worked as a staff reporter and editor for many years. The article attracted a lot of attention, including by the TED talk committee.

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Nature 568, 158-161 (2019)
doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-019-01098-6

https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-019-01098-6
February 6, 2021 67] Jyoti S Madhusoodanan 66] 87] Author Non-Member Spectrum magazine, Aug 12, 2020

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Autism and hearing problems frequently occur together, but the finding the right diagnosis and therapy is challenging for children and families coping with both. The story sheds light on this unique intersection and what researchers and clinicians are doing to help.

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February 11, 2021 67] Elizabeth Jane Walker 66] 87] Author Non-Member St. Jude Promise magazine, print, online and enewsletter, summer 2019

Total reach: 233,828

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218,000 print subscribers (see pdf at https://www.stjude.org/content/dam/en_US/shared/www/promise/2019/Summer/promise-summer-2019.pdf

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6,824 social media impressions – Twitter 2,226; Facebook 1,699; LinkedIn 2,899

About 75% of children treated for the brain tumor medulloblastoma experience some degree of hearing loss. Scientists explored the key cognitive components that lead to reading problems in these children. The team found that hearing loss typically occurs within the year following chemo, but that learning problems are most severe two to five years after treatment. The combination of slower processing speed and phonemic problems may affect reading comprehension. This work shows the need to catch hearing loss as soon as possible.

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February 16, 2021 67] Carmen Rosas-Perez 66] 87] Non-Member YouTube, 2020-08-30

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This web series communicates in an easy and accessible way important acoustics concepts that are part of everyone’s daily life, and shares part of the work that they early career researchers are performing during their participation in the project. It is therefore also relevant to help to increase the interest in acoustics research.

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June 20, 2020 67] Philip Ball 66] 87] Author Non-Member Observer

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This article explored how, at the peak of the Covid-19 lockdown in the late spring-summer of 2020, various scientists were taking advantage of the relative acoustic and seismic silence, especially in urban areas and oceans, to conduct measurements that were not otherwise possible because of the “noise pollution” of human activities. Many people commented on how the article highlighted for them the unexpected consolation of lockdowns worldwide: the quiet.

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https://www.theguardian.com/science/2020/jun/20/why-lockdown-silence-was-golden-for-science

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