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上饶专业除皱抗衰德兴市妇幼保健人民中医院脱毛多少钱When the iPhone 6 arrived in China 11 days ago, Apple Pay was disabled. Caixin, the country’s top business magazine, which reported a month ago that Apple Inc AAPL 1.55% had reached an agreement with UnionPay, the state-owned payment processing system, to activate Apple Pay in the country, now says Apple Pay isn’t expected until March.11天前,iPhone 6在中国上市,但苹果付(Apple Pay)功能却未能启用。中国顶尖商业媒体财新(Caixin)曾在上月报道称,苹果公司与中国国有的付处理系统银联(UnionPay)达成了协议,将在中国境内激活Apple Pay功能。但该媒体如今表示,Apple Pay预计到明年3月才能开始在中国使用。Even if it arrives by the spring, Apple Pay has a tough road ahead in China. Why?即便明年春天Apple Pay得以登陆中国,恐怕也将举步维艰。为什么呢?1. China’s use of credit and debit cards is far below that of Western countries. For now the country remains a cash-based society, something that Apple can’t quickly change. Here’s a list of cash-only sellers in Beijing: taxis, McDonalds, small markets and shops, lunch stalls and cafeterias, many restaurants, even tourist ticket stalls. Electronic swipes just aren’t as popular yet.1、中国信用卡和借记卡的使用范围远小于西方国家。今天的中国仍然以现金交易为主,苹果很难迅速改变这种情况。在北京,只接受现金付款的包括:出租车、麦当劳(McDonalds)、小型集市和商店、快餐摊点、食堂、许多餐厅、甚至旅游景点的售票亭。电子刷卡消费在中国尚不普及。2. Electronics transfers are, though, and that’s why Tim Cook was reciprocating some love for Alibaba’s BABA 1.93% Jack Ma yesterday. Ma owns Alipay, a separate company from Alibaba that handles almost all the transactions on Alibaba’s marketplaces. Alipay’s QR code technology lets consumers pay at stores with the setup. Because of Alipay’s ubiquity—almost everyone in China’s big cities uses it—Apple Pay might have to share profits with Alibaba in order to get a foothold in China. Hence, again, Cook and Ma’s marriage talk.2、占领中国电子付市场并不容易。这也是为何蒂姆o库克对阿里巴巴(Alibaba)董事长马云伸出的橄榄枝反应积极。马云旗下的付宝(Alipay)是独立于阿里巴巴的另一家公司,负责处理阿里巴巴平台上的几乎所有交易。借助二维码技术,顾客利用付宝应用就能在门店内完成付。由于付宝使用很广泛——中国大城市里几乎人人都用它——为了在中国站稳脚跟,Apple Pay可能必须得与阿里巴巴分享利润。因此,库克和马云再一次商讨了合作问题。3. The precedent isn’t on Apple’s side here. Visa, Mastercard, and American Express fought China for years to follow World Trade Organization rules and open its card system to foreign companies. Nothing happened. China has aly discriminated against foreign processing companies, so why would it treat Apple much different?3、从先前的案例来看,苹果处于劣势。Visa卡、万事达卡(Mastercard)和美国运通(American Express)奋斗多年,想让中国按照世界贸易组织(World Trade Organization)的规定对外国公司开放卡系统,但中国不为所动。中国政府已经拒绝了好几家国外的付处理公司,凭什么对苹果另眼相看呢?4. China is still concerned about cyber security. Apple has come under fire from state media in the country over user security. Analysts believe China would rather use homegrown technologies in many areas of tech for security reasons, and payments is one. With Alipay’s success, Apple faces a strong competitor, or a possible dominant partner.4、中国仍在担心网络安全。苹果前不久才因为用户安全问题遭到美国媒体的抨击。分析家们认为,中国政府出于安全考虑,更愿意在许多领域上使用本土技术,付领域就是其中之一。付宝大获成功,因此苹果面对着一个强大的竞争对手,或是一个处于主导地位的合作伙伴。5. UnionPay, the card processing monopoly in China, holds the keys for Apple Pay and will almost surely play tough. While Apple isn’t trying to compete directly with Unionpay, the monopoly controls transactions in China and likely won’t give Apple the same slice of revenues the company may receive elsewhere where Mastercard, Visa, American Express, and Discover compete against each other.5、中国银联垄断了卡领域,其手握Apple Pay进入中国的钥匙,而且几乎肯定会提出苛刻条件。由于苹果不准备与银联展开直接竞争,因此控制了中国国内交易的银联给苹果让出的收入,可能会低于苹果在其他地区由于万事达卡、Visa卡、美国运通和Discover多家竞争获得的收入。 /201411/341203上饶韩美整形美容医院鱼尾纹 Could Alibaba be China#39;s next 0 billion stock market listing? The Hangzhou-based e-commerce giant continues to be coy over when it will take the plunge. But sooner or later founder Jack Ma will need to offer some kind of exit for his backers, not to mention employees, and an initial public offering is the most likely solution. Now is a good time to start asking how the company should be valued.阿里巴巴(Alibaba)能否成为中国下一家千亿美元级别的上市公司?何时迈出这关键的一步?这家位于杭州的电子商务巨头对这个问题依然含糊其辞。但公司创始人马云迟早需要为投资者提供退路,更不用提公司的员工了。因此,首次公开募股将是最有可能的解决方案。公司应该获得怎样的估值?目前应该是开始思考这个问题的时候了。Alibaba#39;s main business is selling. Its Tmall online stores provide a shop front for brands like Nike (NKE) and Unilever (UL), while Taobao is focused on consumer-to-consumer trade. The closest U.S. peers might be Amazon (AMZN) and eBay (EBAY). Sadly for valuation purposes, there#39;s no perfect match: unlike Amazon, Alibaba doesn#39;t hold inventory or manage warehouses, and unlike eBay, it gets most of its revenue from advertising, not charging users.阿里巴巴的主营业务是销售。它的在线商城天猫(Tmall)为耐克(Nike)和联合利华(Unilever)等品牌提供了一个网络店面,而淘宝则主要用于C2C交易。和它最为接近的同行应该是亚马逊(Amazon)和eBay。可惜的是,在估值方面,并没有一家与阿里巴巴完美匹配的公司:与亚马逊不同,阿里巴巴并未持有库存或管理仓库;而与eBay不同,阿里巴巴公司的大多数收入都来自广告,而不是用户收费。Meanwhile, its range of services gets ever wider, and potentially harder to value. As well as accounting for the majority of China#39;s e-commerce, a market worth 4 billion last year according to the China Internet Network Information Centre, Alibaba now has a mobile operating system, offers trade financing to vendors and may even start offering consumer loans. The company#39;s chief strategist says it aims to be ;the world#39;s biggest data sharing platform.;与此同时,它的业务范围却变得日益广泛,这也可能使估值变得更加困难。阿里巴巴占据着中国电子商务市场的大部分份额。而据中国互联网信息中心(China Internet Network Information Centre)统计,去年中国电子商务市值为2,040亿美元。如今,阿里巴巴有一个移动操作系统,为供应商提供贸易融资,甚至可能开始提供消费贷款。公司首席策略师称,公司的目的是打造“全球最大的数据共享平台”。Fortunately, there are two numbers that really matter. One is how much Alibaba can sell. The other is its ;take,; or what percentage it gets from each transaction on its sites. That take might come through advertising or through transaction fees, or a mixture of both. But ultimately, it represents the cash the company can squeeze out of its sellers. Other services like lending may create revenue, but for now they are mainly ways to lock in users and maintain market share.好在有两个数据非常重要。一个是阿里巴巴能卖多少钱。另外一个则是公司的“提成”,即公司通过在它网站上完成的每笔交易中抽取的百分比。提成可能通过广告或交易手续费的形式,也可能综合两种方式。但最终,它代表了公司能够从卖家手中抽取的现金。其他务,例如借贷等也可能带来收入。但在目前,它们主要只是留住用户、维持市场份额的主要手段而已。Consider a back-of-envelope valuation exercise. The first question is how big the overall market can get. Say e-commerce in China grows 35% a year for the next two years, and that Alibaba can keep its current market share of around 80%. That would give it just under 0 billion of transactions in 2014 - over four times what eBay#39;s marketplaces handled in 2012.我们来粗略估算一下它的市值。第一个问题是,总体市场能够变得多大。假设未来两年,中国电子商务以35%的速度增长,而阿里巴巴仍能够保持目前约80%的市场份额。这将使它在2014年获得价值接近3,000亿美元的交易——超过2012年eBay市场份额的四倍。In reality, many more factors will affect Alibaba#39;s magic number. Ma will need to time the stock market cycle, but also the tech cycle. With many foreign backers, Alibaba will most likely need to list on foreign markets, where stock buyers will be influenced by what they think of China#39;s regulation, economy and accounting practices. Valuations for companies like Baidu, Renren and Sina show gyrations not always explained by the performance of their underlying businesses.现实情况下,会有更多因素影响阿里巴巴的市值。马云必须抓住股市周期与技术周期的时机。阿里巴巴有许多外国投资者,因此,它最有可能在海外市场上市。而在外国市场,股票投资者往往会受到自身对中国的法规、经济与会计实务看法的影响。百度(Baidu)、人人(Renren)和新浪(Sina)等公司的估值所表现出的摇摆不定通常很难用各公司基本业务的表现来解释。Valuations change quickly. Facebook#39;s went from billion in its fundraising at the end of 2010 to 4 billion at its IPO in 2012; the company now trades at just two-thirds that value. When Yahoo (YHOO) recently sold half its Alibaba stake back to the company, the deal valued the company at just billion. But a bilateral negotiation by with a troubled U.S. company is very different than a stock market listing.估值变化很快。2010年底,Facebook在融资时的估值为500亿美元,而在2012年IPO时则达到了1,040亿美元;但目前,它的股价仅有当初估值的三分之二。最近,雅虎(Yahoo)将手头持有的阿里巴巴股份中的一半出售给了阿里巴巴公司,交易对公司市值的认定是400亿美元。然而,与一家陷入困境的美国公司进行双边谈判跟上市比起来完全是两码事。Besides, internet companies are inherently volatile. Super profitability attracts super competition, and disruptive technologies can take even established models by surprise. Netscape and Microsoft both showed how supposedly unassailable market positions can be lost as well as won. If a twelve-digit valuation is within reach, it makes sense for Alibaba to open the cave sooner rather than later.此外,互联网公司的性质决定了它内在的不稳定性。超强的盈利能力也会吸引超强的竞争对手,而且颠覆性技术可能在突然之间就取代了业已成熟的模式。当年的网景(Netscape)和微软(Microsoft)就充分明,想象中不可动摇的市场地位可能瞬间就会易手。如果公司估值能够达到十二位数,上市就宜早不宜迟。 /201305/237653上饶中医院激光去红血丝多少钱

上饶哪里去痣好多少钱While 3D printers are still too expensive for most of us, a kickstarter project is hoping to fund a cheaper alterative - a pen capable of drawing 3D structures.虽然3D打印机对我们来说依然太贵,不过融资平台Kickstarter正打算投资一种便宜的替代品——一种可以画出3D结构的涂鸦笔。Called 3Doodler, the pen writes using a plastic wire that hardens almost instantly on being cooled by a fan built in to the pen#39;s tip.产品的名字叫3Doodler,价值50美元,它利用一种塑料线丝来写字。笔尖内置了一个风扇冷却,让线丝瞬间固化。It is hoped it will go on sale later this year, and the firm has aly given prototypes to artists to create everything from 3D animals to reconstructions of the Eiffel tower. Many of them are using it to create 3D doodles they then sell online via etsy.com这款笔有望在今年晚些时候上市,公司已经给艺术家们赠送了一些样品让他们创作,作品从3D动物到埃菲尔铁塔应有尽有。很多人用它绘制3D涂鸦,然后在etsy.com网站上出售。#39;Everyone knows how to use a pen, so we designed a 3D printing pen,#39; the firm said.“人人都知道怎么用笔,所以我们就设计了一款3D打印笔,” 该公司这样谈道。#39;If you can scribble, trace or wave a finger in the air you can use a 3Doodler. You can draw on any surface and lift it up into the air to create your own 3D objects.#39;“只要你会写、会画、会在空中比划,你就能使用3Doodler打印笔。你可以在任何材质的表面上作画,把画好的东西从表面上拎起来,这样它就变成了你自己创作的三维物体。”The device has been created by a company called WobbleWorks, which is currently seeking ,000 funding through Kickstarter. The creators say it can also be used to repair items through using it as a plastic welding tool.这种笔是由WobbleWorks公司设计的,现在正打算向Kickstarter寻求3万美元资金。设计者说,这种笔也可以用来修复,就像用塑料焊一样。WobbleWorks is a toy company founded by Maxwell Bogue and Peter Dilworth, who both formerly worked at robotic toy company WowWee#39;s Ramp;D department.Their other products include movable animals ears.WobbleWorks是一家由Maxwell Bogue和Peter Dilworth两人成立的玩具公司,他们两人之前都曾在WowWee机器人玩具的研发部门工作。他们的其他产品还有会动的动物耳朵等等。 /201302/226158广丰区无痕丰胸手术费用 Nothing evokes a sense of place like the heady waft of a familiar smell.没有什么能像醉人的熟悉气味那样唤起人们身临其境的感觉。And passengers travelling from Heathrow#39;s Terminal 2 can now be transported to across the world in a single sniff.现在,从希斯罗机场2号航站楼启程的旅客们能够“一嗅周游世界”。To celebrate the completion of its newly reinvigorated terminal, the airport has installed a #39;scent globe#39; which shoots out the smell of its most fragrant destinations, intending to #39;take passengers on a sensory journey before even setting foot on their flights#39;.为了庆祝新建航站楼的完工,机场安装了一个“气味地球仪”,可以喷出那些“最好闻目的地”的气味,旨在“带领旅客在登机前先来一场感官之旅”。Perched in the departure lounge, the orb offers curious globetrotters whiffs of Thailand, South Africa, Japan, China and Brazil. The selection were chosen for their popularity with Heathrow air passengers.坐落在候机厅,地球仪为好奇的环球旅行者提供泰国、南非、日本、中国和巴西的气味。之所以选择这几个地方,是因为它们是深受希斯罗旅客欢迎的目的地。To conjure up the essence of the five nations, Heathrow worked with Design in Scent, to produce tailor-made scents from ingredients associated with the designated country.为了呈现出这五个国家的本质,希斯罗与气味设计公司合作,运用与指定国家相关的要素为其定制专属的气味。South Africa#39;s smell captures the adventure of safari with notes of tribal incense, wild grass and musky animalics through the scent of Hyraceum (a rock like substance made from the excrement of the Cape hyrax).南非的气味捕捉了如冒险般的游猎的气息,混杂着部落的焚香、野草的气味和蹄兔香中透着的动物的麝香。(蹄兔香是一种岩石状物质,由蹄兔的排泄物形成。)While Brazil#39;s scent oozes rich rainforest fauna with a palette of coffee, tobacco and jasmine.而巴西的气味则散发着丰富的热带雨林动物群的味道,同时还带有咖啡、烟草和茉莉的气味。Japan is brought to life through cool, oceanic tones with a mix of seaweed and shell extracts, green tea and Ambergris, capturing the essence of coastal villages synonymous with the great Pacific Island.日本被活灵活现地重现了,用的是凉爽的海洋气息,夹杂着海藻和贝壳提取物的气味、绿茶的香气和龙涎香,捕捉到了这座太平洋岛屿的沿海村落的感觉。According to the Heathrow Airport website: #39;China#39;s mystical temple incense and subtle Osmanthus Fragrans flower create an orient explosion#39;, and #39;Thailand tantalises the taste buds with an appetising mix of lemongrass, ginger and coconut#39;.根据希斯罗机场的官网,“中国神秘的寺庙焚香和淡淡的桂花香营造了一种东方的感觉”,而“泰国以开胃的柠檬草、姜和椰子的混合香气满足了人们的味蕾”。Normand Boivin, Chief Operating Officer at the airport said: #39;Heathrow connects the UK to 180 destinations in 28 countries and carries over 72 million passengers a year.机场首席运营官诺曼德·伊文说:“希斯罗把英国同28个国家的180个目的地联系在一起,每年运送超过七千两百万的旅客。”#39;Heathrow is the UK#39;s hub airport; mixing direct passengers, transfers and freight to make long haul flights viable. We strive to offer a unique experience that delights our passengers.#39;“希斯罗是英国的枢纽机场,有直达旅客、转机旅客和航空货运,长途飞行得以成行。我们独立为旅客提供使他们高兴的独特体验。”#39;These specially created scents will give passengers travelling through Terminal 2 an exclusive preview of destinations that only Heathrow connects to.#39;“这些特别制作的气味能给予那些从2号航站楼启程或路过的旅客们独特的预览,而只有希斯罗连接着这些目的地。”Last week saw Heathrow#39;s brand new Terminal 2 operate at full capacity with all 26 airlines now in their new home. Three and a half million passengers#39; fly out from Terminal 2 on over 21,000 flights in the last five months.上周,希斯罗全新的2号航站楼全力运转,有26个航空公司进驻了它们的新家。过去五个月,有三百五十万乘客乘坐两万一千多架飞机从2号航站楼出发。 /201411/342081上饶玉山县点痣多少钱

上饶哪家医院能祛抬头纹A doughnut created in a lab and made of silk on the outside and collagen gel where the jelly ought to be can mimic a basic function of brain tissue, scientists have found.科学家发现,实验室里制造的一个类似甜甜圈的东西,可以模仿脑组织的一项基本功能。这个圆圈的环状部分由丝材料制成,圈里面填的是胶原蛋白凝胶。Bioengineers produced a kind of rudimentary gray matter and white matter in a dish, along with rat neurons that signaled one another across the doughnut’s center. When the scientists dropped weights on the material to simulate traumatic injury, the neurons in the three-dimensional brain model emitted chemical and electrical signals similar to those in the brains of injured animals.生物工程师在培养皿中制成了相当于原始灰质和白质的材料,其中用了大鼠神经元,这些神经元能通过圆圈中间的物质相互交换信号。当科学家让重物掉到这个圆圈上,以模拟创伤性损伤时,这个三维大脑模型中的神经元释放出了化学信号和电信号,与受伤动物的大脑释放的信号类似。It is the first time scientists have been able to so closely imitate brain function in the laboratory, experts said. If researchers can replicate it with human neurons and enhance it to reflect other neurological functions, it could be used for studying how disease, trauma and medical treatments affect the brain — without the expense and ethical challenges of clinical trials on people.专家们表示,这是科学家首次能在实验室里如此逼真地模仿大脑功能。如果研究人员能用人的神经元重建这个模型,并提升到足以反映其他一些神经系统功能的水平,那么这个模型或可用于研究疾病、创伤和治疗如何影响大脑,从而避免人体临床试验的高费用和伦理问题。“In terms of mechanical similarity to the brain, it’s a pretty good mimic,” said James J. Hickman, a professor of nanoscience technology at the University of Central Florida, who was not involved in the research. “They’ve been able to repeat the highest level of function of neurons. It’s the best model I’ve seen.”“从与大脑的机械相似性来看,这是一个相当不错的模仿,”詹姆斯·J·希克曼(James J. Hickman)说。他是中佛罗里达大学(University of Central Florida)的纳米科学与技术教授,没有参与这项研究。“他们能够复制出最高水平的神经元功能。这是我看到过的最好的模型。”The research, led by David Kaplan, the chairman of the bioengineering department at Tufts University, and published Monday in the journal PNAS, is the latest example of biomedical engineering being used to make realistic models of organs such as the heart, lungs and liver.该研究由塔夫茨大学(Tufts University)生物工程系主任戴维·卡普兰(David Kaplan)主持,于周一发表在《美国科学院院刊》(PNAS)上。这是用生物医学工程手段制造器官——比如心脏、肺和肝脏——仿真模型的一个最新例子。Most studies of human brain development rely on animals or on brain slices taken after death; both are useful but have limits.研究人类大脑发育的工作大多依赖于动物实验,或人死亡后获取的大脑切片;两者都有用,但都具局限性。Brain models have been mostly two-dimensional or made with a three-dimensional gel, said Rosemarie Hunziker, program director of tissue engineering and biomaterial at the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering, which funded Dr. Kaplan’s research.美国国家生物医学成像和生物工程研究所(National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering)的组织工程与生物材料项目主任罗斯玛丽·亨齐克(Rosemarie Hunziker)称,以前的大脑模型大多是二维的,或是用三维凝胶制作。该研究所资助了卡普兰的工作。None of those systems replicate the brain’s gray or white matter, or how neurons communicate, Dr. Hunziker said. “Even if you get cells to live in there, they don’t do much,” she said.亨齐克还表示,过去的系统都没有复制大脑的灰质或白质,也没有复制出神经元如何传导信号。“就算你能让细胞在模型中存活,它们基本上也做不成什么。”Dr. Kaplan’s team found that a spongy silk material coated with a positively charged polymer could culture rat neurons, a stand-in for gray matter. By itself, silk did not encourage neurons to produce axons, branches that transmit electrical pulses to other neurons.卡普兰的研究小组发现,一种涂有带正电聚合物的海绵状丝制材料可以培养大鼠神经元,用以替代灰质。丝制材料本身并不能让神经元产生轴突,也就是把电脉冲传递给其他神经元的突出部分。The researchers formed the silk material into a doughnut and added collagen gel to the center. Axons grew from the ring through the gel — the white matter substitute — and sent signals to neurons across the circle.这些研究人员将丝制材料做成一个圆圈,在其中心添加了胶原蛋白凝胶。轴突从圆圈的一边长出来,通过替代白质的凝胶,把信号发送给圆圈另一边的神经元。They got “these neurons talking to each other,” Dr. Hunziker said. “No one’s really shown that before.”亨齐克说,他们让“这些神经元互相交流。以前没人真正做到了这一点。”By adding nutrients and growth factors, scientists kept the brainlike tissue alive in an incubator for two months, at which point they experimented on it.通过添加营养物质和生长因子,科学家把这个类似脑的组织放在孵化器中,让其存活了两个月,然后开始在它上面做试验。Adding a neurotoxin essentially killed the neurons, as it would in a real brain. To simulate traumatic brain injury, they dropped weights from different heights.添加一种神经毒素基本上会把神经元杀死,就像在真正的大脑中那样。为了模拟脑外伤,他们从不同高度让重物掉到模型上。Dr. Kaplan said the brain-in-a-dish “didn’t go splat,” but reacted like “a kitchen sponge, and it would compress down and then partially spring back up.”卡普兰称,这个培养皿中的大脑“没有四处飞溅”,其反应更像是“厨房里的海绵,先是向下压缩,然后部分反弹起来。”He said measurements of glutamate, a neurotransmitter that surges in injury, showed that “the more severe the damage, the higher the spike” in glutamate.他说,大脑受伤会导致神经递质谷氨酸激增,而对模型中谷氨酸的测量显示,“受伤越重,激增的峰值越高。”Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic, a biomedical engineering professor at Columbia who has worked with Dr. Kaplan on other studies, described the model as a kind of “Lego approach,” a “modular structure” that can be expanded and made more complex.哥伦比亚大学生物医学工程系教授戈尔达娜·乌尼亚克-诺瓦科维奇(Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic)曾与卡普兰在其他研究上有过合作。她称这个模型的建造有点像“乐高用的方法”,是一种“模块结构”,可以扩展成更复杂的形态。“It is the first proof of principle that something like this can be achieved outside of the body,” she said.她说,“这是首次在原理上明,类似这样的东西可以在体外实现。”Dr. Hickman said future experiments would need to study other cells and regions in the brain. “They’ve set up an architecture so some clever person in the future could then do it,” he said. Dr. Kaplan said his team was working on sustaining the brainlike tissue for six months — and with human neurons created from stem cells. He plans to add a model of the brain’s vascular system, so researchers can study what happens when drugs cross the blood-brain barrier.希克曼表示,还需要有未来的实验来研究大脑的其他细胞和区域。他说,“他们已经建立了一个构架,将来会有聪明人用它来做工作。”卡普兰称,他的研究小组正在努力让这个类似脑的组织存活六个月,还要用上从干细胞生成的人类神经元。他打算加建一个大脑血管系统的模型,让研究人员得以观察当药物通过血脑屏障时会发生什么。Ultimately, he hopes the bioengineered model can be used “to study everything from drugs to disease to surgical effects to electrode implants,” he said. “I mean, the list is endless.”他的最终目标,是让生物工程模型能被用于“所有的研究,从药物,到疾病,到手术效果,再到植入电极,”他说。“我的意思是,可做的研究多得没完没了。” /201408/323607 上饶激光脱毛价格上饶韩美整形美容医院切眼袋多少钱

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