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Self-Defence against Non-State Actors Law Assignment
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The author states that post-holocaust, the international community gravitated towards a human rights culture with the emphasis on outlawing scope for genocide, torture and human rights abuses. The preamble of the United Nations Charter highlighted the purpose of the UN as “saving succeeding generations from the scourge of war”.
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The British Constitution vs The Human Rights Act 1998 Law Case Study
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The HRA 1998 has salient features like the U.K parliament capability to legislate incompatible legislation or Ministers cannot refuse to amend such incompatible legislation. Though HRA 1998 has not been granted an ‘exceptional’ or superior statue status, its scope and continuance remain subject to the desire of parliament.
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Analysis of Offences Against the Person Act Law Case Study
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The therapist, Boris, explained that he was doing pioneering research into foot massage and hypnotherapy and part of this involved Sally being hypnotized to relax her. Although she felt a little uneasy, she agreed. However she woke up and found Boris kissing her toes. She later found out that he had been suspended from practicing as a therapist following complaints by other women.
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The Current Protection in England and Wales Law Research Proposal
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Paragraph 12.13 of Code C specifically points to "written statements made under caution" and a written statement under caution should normally be taken only at the express wish of a suspect. The police may ask the suspect if he wants to make a written statement but not to compel him to do so. These statements should only be made in person and not in correspondence.
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Moffetts Concept of Trust Law Research Paper
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The only possible reason that would appear to justify the reasoning of the Courts would be if the matter was considered from a revenue perspective. The Courts do not approve of tax evaders and therefore, they render decisions in individual cases such that the purpose of tax evasion through the medium of trusts is deflected.
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Consumer Protection Law in the UK Law Research Paper
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Jim did not inspect the TV before signing the delivery slip.  As he was closing the door and turn he tripped over his cat. Hurting himself, he went to the hospital and was admitted for a three month period. Upon returning home, Jim unpacked TV2 and when he attempted to turn on TV2 he found that it did not work.
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The Controversies in the Death Penalty in the US Law Case Study
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Also referred to as the ‘Death Penalty’, it is the judicially ordered execution of a prisoner as a punishment for a serious crime called a ‘capital offence’ or a ‘capital crime. Persons who have been sentenced to death are usually kept segregated from other prisoners in a special part of the prison called ‘Death Row’ pending their execution. 
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The Case of R v Turnbull Law Case Study
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The author states that the case of the prosecution in R v Turnbull was built upon the visual recognition of the defendants in the area around the venue of the robbery. The defendants planned to rob a bank’s customer deposits in the bank’s safe by posting a notice diverting the dropbox to another location, which they planned to burgle.
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Explaining White-Collar Crime through Sykes and Matzas Neutralization Techniques and Mertons Anomie Law Report
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Merton is able to explain the occurrence of crimes as having to deal with individuals’ more important regard for the pursued rewards (goals) rather than the means to achieve them. Often enough, the means are not legal and legitimate but since the individual does not find such important, white-collar crime is easily committed.   
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Law Studies: Disposition after the Death Law Assignment
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In an effort to distribute his belongings in a way in which he sees fit, it is necessary for him to procure and name a legatee(s) in which he can trust his estate and affairs to. It is ultimately going to depend on what the subjective judgment of the legatee is as to where and how his estate is distributed and handled. 
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The Contract of Carriage Issue Law Essay
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The 25 boxes are a very small number as compared to the 975 boxes they were able to successfully deliver in accordance with the terms of the contract.  Maggie thinks she can get a cheaper deal on the boxes and is now using the apparent breach as an excuse to terminate the contract and to get her money back from Boxes and Things.
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Remedies and Restitution Law Essay
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Atiyah stated that the courts had unnecessarily expanded the applicability of the law relating to negligence. This development had made it very easy for persons staking a compensation claim. In addition, this widening of the scope of negligence had resulted in a relaxation of the requirements needed to establish a duty of care and causation.
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The United States Supreme Court Law Coursework
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In the case of Terry v. Ohio in particular, a police detective driving in downtown Cleveland saw two men (later joined by a third) acting suspiciously. He later confronted the three, identifying himself as a police officer. One of them, Terry, mumbled something, which caused the officer to search him, where he found a pistol in his overcoat pocket.
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Towards the Comparison of Specialized Courts in USA and India Law Case Study
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The reason why both have opted for specialized courts within their respective legal systems is due to predominance of trade and commerce in both countries. Moreover, whereas the American dream has fuelled desires for capitalism, in the Indian scene it is the widespread entrepreneurial spirit that prevails. 
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Employment Relations Law Case Study
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The rationale, as described take the approach that failure to prevent such conduct when it is well known amounts to authorization on the part of the employer.  Moreover, the employer has both a common law and a statutory duty to protect all of its employees from serious risk of harm and they failed to do so in Malcolm’s case.
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Genocide in Rwanda Law Assignment
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The author states that Raphael Lemkin, an American scholar, defined the term genocide in 1944. Genos, in Greek means race or tribe, in Latin means to kill. The word genocide is used to describe the systematic extermination of a race or ethnic group either by the government or a religious group.
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Historical Analysis Long-Term Care Law Report
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In accordance with the above, the role of lobbyists and special interest groups for the development of legislation in the specific sector seems to be closely related with the characteristics of each of its parts, the needs of each particular group of participants/ recipients of the care – elderly have different needs than the disabled people.
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Environmental Law: Environmental Pollution in the UK Law Research Paper
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During the period from 1990 to 2000, water purification operations were carried out in England and Wales. In that endeavor, nearly thirty – six percent of the rivers were purified and their biological quality was improved. Moreover, forty – three percent of rivers were improved with respect to their chemical content.
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Business Law Environment Law Assignment
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The law distinguishes between an offer and an invitation to treat, which is not an offer but an indication of willingness to negotiate a contract. For example, in the case of Gibson v Manchester City Council, the words “may be prepared to sell” constituted an invitation to treat and not a distinct offer.
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The Doctrine of Equity Law Coursework
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Constructive trusts have become prevalent in the area of contractual licenses. Without the use of the doctrine of equity protection for a third party would be non-existent due to the rules of privity of contract. Through equity third parties have been able to prevent licensors from breaking contractual licenses.
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Fiduciary Duties Law Case Study
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In the case of Lord Wilberforce used the word fiduciary to export “any incident of express trust.” Millet LJ in the case of Bristol and West Building Society v. Mothew (1996) 4 All ER 698 gives a more comprehensive view of what fiduciary means and how we should construe the relationship between the fiduciary and its principal.
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Comparison of Constructive Trust with the Remedy of Restitution under the Common Law Law Case Study
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Property has been traditionally a significant issue for every common law country. According to Allen (2000, 14) ‘one of the rights of fundamental law was the right to property; While the state had the power to acquire property compulsorily, it could only do so on payment of compensation and for a public purpose.
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The Constitutions of the United States of America and the United Kingdom Law Essay
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The uncodified constitution of Britain does not ensure the separation of powers at the national level. Moreover, it does not provide for a federal system of government.  In the US there is an independent Presidency and Congress. The civil liberties in the US are protected by the US Constitution, which explicitly guarantees them through the Bill of Rights. 
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Legal Aspects of Commercial Contracts Law Case Study
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The contract could not be carried out due to the prevailing wartime regulations. The court held this to be sufficient grounds for deeming the contract to be frustrated (Maggi, 2004.P. 316). Hence, the contract between Ben and the Iranian companies stands frustrated, due to the existence of a war in Iran.
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Evolution of the Law and Judicial Activism Law Case Study
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The author states that the concept of fault assumed the status of a legal requirement. The moral characteristics of fault were ignored by courts. Furthermore, the courts adopted an objective approach to the primary requirements of the inquiries into a liability, which became a barrier to the moral considerations inherent in fault. 
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English Administrative Law Law Case Study
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The author states that each case will turn on its own specific facts with the result that the issue of fairness is subjective.  Setting parameters of fairness in respect of discretionary executive powers is necessary for democratic concepts of indiscriminative justice.  The government is likewise accountable to the public by virtue of judicial review.  
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Amending the Constitution: How Hard It Is to Change Law Assignment
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The author states that we often hear that the purpose of government, or specifically the American government, is subjective: that the government exists for whatever ideology you choose. This would mean that the US government may just as well exist to provide all citizens a right to air conditioning as to provide basic security and maintain public order.
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The Legalization of Medical Cannabis Law Case Study
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Empirical research findings reveal the medical benefits of marijuana, such as pain relief, control of vomiting and nausea and stimulation of appetite among patients. It is because of the scientifically proven therapeutic benefits of marijuana that its proponents are pushing for laws that support the use of marijuana for medical reasons.
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Capital Punishment as Deterrence to Homicide Law Research Paper
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The purpose of the judicial system is to deliver justice and deter others from repeating the same. Capital punishment has been challenged for years. Many argue that it does not respect the sanctity of human life. Some consider life imprisonment more effective than capital punishment. Research has revealed there is a connection between capital punishment and homicide rates.
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Intellectual Property Law and Copyright Law Coursework
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The new technology has widened the scope of infringement and severely compromised the rights of copyright holders. At the same time, measures that have been introduced thus far to protect the rights of copyright holders in an online environment are being abused so that they compromise the right to fair use of material.
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Comparative Perspective on Organized Crime Groups Law Assignment
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Though usually illegitimate, the groups have had popular support and some of their leaders were revered and looked up to.  The groups have intricate links with the political establishment of the day and can affect the results of elections.  Both the organized crime groups plunder the very people whom they protect.   
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The UK Contract Laws and Consent of the Contracting Parties Law Assignment
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The offer of £1000 was not fully accepted but that June 27, 1840, the defendant wrote to the plaintiff’s agent and rejected the offer of £950. On June 29, 1840, the complainant’s agent made a letter to the defendant expressing to accept the offer, but the defendant refused to close any sale so that the plaintiff was moved to sue for performance.  
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The European Convention For the Protection of Human Rights Law Term Paper
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Quite apart from keeping abreast of the ever-expanding positive obligations member states are required to ensure that the public is aware of these broadening rights.  These developments arising out of the European Court of Human Rights interpretation of the Convention’s Articles are only part of the burden placed upon member states.
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The Revision of the Law of Obligations Law Case Study
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The shaft was duly handed to the carrier along with the transport charges for repair and delivery the next day, but due to the late delivery at Greenwich by the carrier, the shaft repair and reinstallation was delayed, beyond several days, which resulted in heavy losses and expenses for the mill owner.  
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Structure of the Legal Profession in the United Kingdom Law Assignment
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The author states that the UK legal framework, in its present form, is largely representative of the nation’s historical and political developments of the past few centuries notably starting with the Treaty of Union, 1707, when Scotland became a part of Great Britain. The United Kingdom came into existence with the union of Great Britain.
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Consumer Credit Act 2006 Law Assignment
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The Act was a result of a three-year review of the existing Consumer Credit Act 1974, with the overriding objective of evaluating measures to facilitate a fairer, more transparent and competitive credit market by enhancing consumer rights and redress through enforcement measures and dispute resolution (J. Smith 2006).
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Freedom of Association in the Workplace Law Term Paper
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Interfering with the rights of those employees who have chosen this offer of the employer to form workplace agreements could amount to a violation of the freedom of association as specified under the Act, by in effect, refusing to allow the workers to withdraw from the Union and negotiate their own terms.
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The Balance Between Emergency Powers Law Term Paper
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The United States president has several powers. One of the powers is the power to issue executive orders. Another United States presidential power is the power to implement executive privileges. Lastly, the United States president can implement emergency powers.  The United States Supreme Court affirmed that the United States president can exercise powers during an emergency situation. 
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Preventing Drug Abuse among Youths in West Palm Beach, Florida Law Coursework
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. Out of the total population of the county children under the age of 5 make up 5.3%. Those under 18 years are 20.3% of the total population, and those over the age of 65 represent 21.89%. The estimated size of the county is 55.29 square miles. According to the Florida Department of Health (2011), the health statistics of 2011 indicate that the number of white births was 9,163, Black 3,861 and others were 766.
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Understanding Land Law Law Case Study
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The author states that the purchase price of  £140,000 was financed by Harry’s savings and a mortgage loan.  Sally said that she wished that she could contribute to the purchase, but Harry told her, “It doesn’t matter that I’m paying for the house, but we’ll say it’s one third yours anyway”.
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Appellants Motion for Rehearing Law Case Study
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The author states that the Company claimed that it was not a new issue and this. The work assigned to Brown at DSC was to provide technical support for Motorola Cellular division software support. However, Mr. Brown was also actively involved in the idea of an automated computer conversion of machine-executable binary code.
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Analysis of the Case of Hickman v Kent or Romney Marsh Sheepbreeders Association Ltd Law Case Study
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Overall, the case of Hickman v Kent or Romney Marsh Sheepbreeders Association Ltd (1915) has certainly exposed the limitations of the contract formation of companies and necessitated the reforms. Section 33 (1) of the companies act of 2006 has been instrumental in bringing desirable modifications in section 14 of the companies act of 1985. 
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Various Treatment of Young People in the Criminal Justice System Law Coursework
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A common characteristic of criminal justice systems worldwide is the following: offenders of different ages are treated differently so that their rehabilitation is made easier. In UK a similar practice has been used for the punishment of young offenders. The reasons for the different treatment of young offenders compared to adult offenders in the UK are presented in this paper.
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Equitable Interest in the Property and the Land Law Law Case Study
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As per Section 7 of the Act, registration is mandatory to confer title, failing which the ownership of the land is stripped away and the land is held on trust. When the title is duly registered, then this means that the entire estate is vested in the new proprietor, together with all the subsisting interests, all to be accounted.  
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Promissory Estoppel Law Assignment
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The author states that it is a distinct entity, which is supported by law. It has great significance in contract law and generates several arguments regarding legal obligations. As such estoppel is a general principle and it plays an important role in law. Moreover, it can be applied to all types of contracts. 
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Legal Systems and Contract Law Law Assignment
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The author states that contract law has its base from the Latin phrase, Pacta Sunt Servanda.  Any violation of the contract by any party is called as Breach of contract and Breach of contract is well recognized by the law and remedies can be provided. Almost everyone makes contracts every day. The contracts are basically of two types. 
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Analysis of Trust Law Case Law Coursework
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The development of this equitable principle insisted upon formalities that made it possible for a trustee to be placed in a position where he or she could construct a complete list of the benficiaries under a trust. However the House of Lords in McPhail v Doulton modified this test and substituted it with an “in or out test”.
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A Problem with Categorizing the Secret trust and ascertaining its Jurisprudential Basis Law Case Study
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The courts will still attempt to assist with fully secret trusts but they are limited by the need to show proof that such a trust has been created. Where the proof cannot be adduced the courts have had to reluctantly declare that no such trust exists which then entitles the legatee to dispose of the capital as he sees fit.
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Analysis of Lemuel Shaw 1830 Roberts v. The City of Boston Case Law Case Study
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The facts of the case were simple enough; at the age of five, Sarah Roberts was to be enrolled in primary school. The city of Boston had established a school district system, by which they had divided the city into 21 districts that comprised several primary schools, with the total number of such primary schools being one hundred and sixty-one.
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Alternative Dispute Resolution Based on the English Legal System Law Term Paper
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The courts in England and Wales regulate the awards granted by arbitrators. The Arbitration Act of 1996 had relaxed this condition. Awards of arbitral tribunals can be appealed against in the higher courts. English courts accord greater importance to agreements in arbitrations and are deemed to be binding on the parties to the dispute.
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