OUP to launch updated print,digital Oxford Arabic Dictionary

OUP to launch updated print,digital Oxford Arabic DictionaryDubai, UAE: The Oxford University Press will tomorrow celebrate the print and digital publication of the Oxford Arabic Dictionary.

Produced by an international team of expert translators and advisors using Oxford’s renowned language research programme, the Oxford Arabic Dictionary is the first of its kind to be based throughout on real modern evidence of both English and Arabic usage.

The unique Arabic corpus, developed specially for this project, provides evidence of the latest vocabulary used in computing, business, the media, and the arts, making the resource the most up-to-date bilingual Arabic and English dictionary available. The dictionary focuses on the standardised variant of Arabic used in writing and formal speech, commonly known as Modern Standard Arabic.

One of the key strengths of this project is the 70,000 real example phrases that illustrate the dictionary entries. These examples help the user interpret everyday modern meaning and usage accurately, and cement the Oxford Arabic Dictionary as the most pragmatic work of its kind. The dictionary is available in print and is also accessible online via subscription.

The online edition is fully accessible on mobile and tablet, and, via specially developed search software, enables learners and users of Arabic and English to search more than 330,000 words, phrases, and translations. Regular word and content updates will ensure that the online Oxford Arabic Dictionary continues to reflect the latest vocabulary and trends in language usage.

Tressy Arts, chief editor of the Oxford Arabic Dictionary, commented, “When I was a student in the nineties, I used an Arabic-English and an English-Arabic dictionary from the seventies. In 2014, these two were still the best options available. The Oxford Arabic Dictionary finally gives learners and translators a modern dictionary in which they can find the Arabic for ‘blog’ and ‘tweet’ as well as for ‘camel’.

Casper Grathwohl, President, Dictionaries Division at OUP, adds, “With the rising demand for Arabic language skills in the business world, the media, and public life, the Oxford Arabic Dictionary is a long-awaited and unsurpassed resource, essential for anyone using both Arabic and English.”

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Abu Dhabi Education Council stresses on goals in new drive

Abu Dhabi Education Council stresses on goals in new driveAbu Dhabi, UAE: Your education is a journey, one that could lead from the classroom all the way to Mars, pupils will be told this year.

For the start of the new academic year, the Abu Dhabi Education Council (Adec) has launched Where is your Journey Taking You?, a campaign that aims to encourage pupils to pay more attention to their studies.

Children from kindergarten to Year 12 will be given a folder containing a notebook in which they are encouraged to write their goals in life and class schedules, name tags for them to personalise, and a letter to their parents outlining Adec’s mission.

The project will be promoted with a television commercial, showing the opportunities open to pupils through hard work at school. Furthermore, individualised stories of pupils’ successes will be advertised on more than 100 newly refurbished school buses.

“We want to make their dreams a reality. By writing it down it becomes that,” said Dr Amal Al Qubaisi, Adec’s Director General.

“We want our students to realise that they are the core of the educational process, and our goal is to provide them with the best opportunities to discover their abilities and fulfil their ambitions through education.

“Even though the journey begins each day in one of Abu Dhabi’s schools, it may take them all the way to Mars.”

Dr Al Qubaisi said she hoped the project would be particularly inspiring to pupils starting their first day at school.

“Everyone remembers the day when their parents took them hand in hand to school. This time should be cherished by our families as a moment to be proud and hopeful for the future,” she said.

This year Adec is also encouraging pupils to study science, technology, exploration and discovery, with the aim of creating a knowledge-based economy in the future.

This was part of equipping pupils with the tools necessary for Abu Dhabi’s goals in 2030, according to Dr Al Qubaisi.

“It’s like any journey. The objective of the journey is the future, usually in either Adec or any association that cares about education. We talk about policies, abilities and structures, but the main objective is the student,” she said.

According to Mohammed Salem Al Dhaheri, the Executive Director of Adec’s School Operations, other changes have been made to the education programme this year.

“We started preparations for the beginning of the year through committees that have been working since the beginning of 2014 to tackle challenges and provide for the best possible experience this year,” said Mr Al Dhaheri.

He added that four new schools have been started this year, and 300 Emirati teachers have also been hired and trained.

Dr Al Qubaisi said that schooling and education are not a task for educators alone but also for society as a whole.

“It’s a concerted effort – government institutions, society, parents and media need to be involved in education. The future is the goal for everyone and education is the means of reaching that future,” she said.

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3,300 school buses to be added to existing fleet

3,300 school buses to be added to existing fleetRiyadh, Saudi Arabaia: The Ministry of Education has announced that it had ordered some 3,300 school buses for transporting students in schools across the country. The decision comes as part of the ministry’s efforts to facilitate students’ transportation to and from their schools.

A fleet of 1,200 yellow school buses were off loaded from cargo liners at the Jeddah Islamic Port on Tuesday bringing the total fleet of schools buses to 22,000 throughout the Kingdom.

Sources from the ministry said that the consignment which came in three cargo ships will be cleared through the customs before the weekend in time for the new academic year. This year, the government has approved the decision to provide free transportation to students enrolled in public schools.

Six local transportation companies will implement the government project in a four-year contract, which will take effect from the next academic year, an official at King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz for Public Education Development (KAPED) said.

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200 iPads distributed among needy children

200 iPads distributed among needy childrenDubai, UAE: A total of 200 iPads were distributed to underprivileged children yesterday in a special ceremony hosted by Awqaf and Minors Affairs Foundation (AMAF) in Dubai.

The ceremony, that came under the slogan ‘My Smart Gift,’ was held under the patronage of Shaikha Hind Bint Maktoum Bin Juma Al Maktoum and came along as part of Dubai’s ‘Smart City’ initiative that was launched last year by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai.

“Shaikh Mohammad’s initiative was to convert the government into a smart government, and we’ve taken responsibility upon ourselves to change our kids by preparing them and getting them ready for the smart government,” Tayeb Al Rais, secretary-general of AMAF, said.

“We’ve taken the role further down into the community to make sure the community is aware and has the tools to cope with this initiative. Providing iPads to the foundation’s minors will significantly aid their learning process, and such efforts will go a long way towards integrating the foundation’s minors in the UAE’s success story,” he said.

The 200 children who were selected were among the 2,650 children that AMAF takes care of, and the selection was made by the Caring and Rehabilitation Department of AMAF, which is responsible for implementing the financial, educational, residential, health and social development programmes for the foundation’s minors.

The children who attended the event and eagerly waited to get their iPads included orphans, abandoned children, and special needs children of various ages.

Jooreya Jamal Al Arshi, Emirati, 17, said: “It’s a great feeling to finally own my own iPad. Since my father passed away, AMAF has always supported us in every way.”

“I plan to use this device for educational purposes, especially now that I’m starting college, I’ll benefit from it a lot,” she continued

Her two other sisters Khawla, 13, and Mariam 16, also shared the same opinion about how they were planning to use the iPads, while their mother Zakeya Abdulrahman shed tears of happiness and expressed how thankful she was to the government, which she says has helped fill the gap that her children were missing after their father passed away.

“The government never forgets its children and I always remind my children that they need to be grateful for all the efforts that our government has done to aid its minors. I continue to teach them and remind them that they are the government’s right hand, and that they will be part of building this society with the government,” she said.

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Early Years Education, Key To Shaping A Peaceful World

Early Years Education Key To Shaping A Peaceful WorldDubai, UAE:Integrating peace values into early childhood education programs can promote peace, according to Inspire Children’s Nursery in Dubai, which is launching OneTribe, a unique peace education program in the region. Designed and structured by early learning specialists at Inspire, the program is layered across the highly-acclaimed Creative Curriculum®, a leading American early childhood education program already offered at the nursery. Built around core peace pillars, which focus on ethics and character, OneTribe aims to promote tolerance and understanding from the formative years.

“It has been proven that early childhood experiences play a crucial role in shaping our lives as adults, and emerging evidence strongly supports the integration of peace education in the early years as a fundamental tool for shaping a peaceful world for future generations,” revealed Lisa Lewis, Nursery Manager, Inspire Children’s Nursery Dubai.

Explaining that very few operative early childhood peace education models exist across the world, Ms. Lewis added, “With OneTribe, we hope to make a modest contribution towards supporting worldwide early years peace education initiatives such as the United Nations Early Childhood Peace Consortium launched in September 2013 in partnership with key players such as Yale University, AÇEV Foundation and the Fetzer Institute.”

An enriching experiential program, OneTribe helps children explore cultural diversity through songs, stories, crafts, games & events, whilst focusing on peace values through its six core pillars: knowledge of self & connection to others; joy in diversity; imagination & playfulness; care & love of nature; creative conflict resolution & sense of justice; and global awareness. The nursery team has devised a set of joyful daily and weekly peace rituals such as the Peace Pledge, Tribe Time, Yoganory, Traveling Trekkers, Imagin-o-globe and Hakawati, that highlight play-based learning, while outreach initiatives such as Peace Pals will see nursery children communicating with children around the world. The program will also have a strong element of geo-literacy, which combines science, numeracy, literacy and geography, enabling little learners to better understand ecosystems, habitats and the world around.

The OneTribe program will be launched at Inspire Children’s Nursery at their family fun day on Saturday, 13 September, 2014, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The free event is open to the community, though RSVP is recommended. Parents may call 04-3955473 or email: admin@inspireallchildren.com to confirm their attendance.

“We invite parents to join us and experience some of our rituals, meet the teachers, tour the nursery and enjoy a fun morning with exciting children’s activities including movement and yoga classes, crafts and more!” said Ms. Lewis, adding that the nursery team has been working hard over the summer, transforming the nursery environment with discovery zones including an ocean-themed zone in the indoor play area, and an around-the-world themed community and dramatic play area. “We’re eagerly looking forward to the fall, where we welcome children to this exciting new program!”

About Inspire Children’s Nursery

Located just off Umm Al Sheif street in Umm Suqeim, Jumeirah, Inspire is an early learning center that provides children aged 3 months to 4 years with a safe place to learn and grow through an engaging play-based program that builds on the American Creative Curriculum® and is inspired by the Italian Reggio Emilia principles. Housed in beautifully-designed facilities, the nursery offers spacious, whimsical classrooms, an outdoor garden with two shaded play areas, an expansive indoor play area, indoor pool, splash pool, music room and several shared community spaces. With an enriching program, offering language and arts, music and movement, dance and more, the nursery is managed by experts in early education and child development, and provides an inclusive, individualized learning environment, with a low staff-to-child ratios, rigorous health and safety standards and a sensitive settling-in process. Inspire offers flexible enrollments options and provides a full day (till 6 p.m.) and full year program.

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Second Al Noor International Nursing Conference kicks-off in Abu Dhabi

second al noor international nursing conference kicksoff in abu dhabi Second Al Noor International Nursing Conference kicks off in Abu DhabiAbu Dhabi, UAE: The second International Nursing Conference of Al Noor (INCAN), in collaboration with Higher Colleges of Technology, is all set to kick-off in Abu Dhabi on Friday, September 5th and will be held at the Abu Dhabi Women?s College, City Campus. More than 300 participants, including Nursing Directors, Nurses and nursing students in the U.A.E. will be taking part.

Dr. Kassem Alom, CEO of Al Noor Hospitals Group and the Conference President, said, “The International Nursing conference of Al Noor is one of five healthcare specialised conferences organised by Al Noor Hospitals Group, all intended to keep those working in the field abreast of the latest global developments, by means of disseminating and discussing the latest in the healthcare sector.” Dr. Alom added, “Following the success of the first International Nursing conference of Al Noor in 2013, and the overwhelming feedback from the attendees, we decided to continue organising this important scientific forum for a second year. The Conference is an excellent platform to discuss all topics related specifically to the nursing profession and to highlight the vital role of nurses in healthcare, especially now that the number of nurses in the U.A.E. has reached more than 20,000.” “The standards of nursing services across the healthcare facilities have clearly developed as a result of the Health Authority of Abu Dhabi regulations and licensing procedures to ensure that all nurses hired are qualified and competent to practice. The Conference?s five learning objectives are; applying knowledge and tools to practice mindfulness in providing compassionate and empathetic care, discussing the heart of nursing practice, evaluating the major factors contributing to nursing shortages, assessing the impact of work stressors on patient care and last of all, assessing how leadership approaches need to change for nursing to develop and for nurses to enjoy their role,” concluded Dr. Alom.

Dr. Aman El-Duweini, Corporate Director for Continuing Medical Education (CME) at Al Noor Hospitals Group and the Conference?s Secretary-General, said, “The Conference will host distinguished faculty from Sheikh Khalifa Medical City, Mafraq Hospital, Dubai Health Authority, the National Rehabilitation Centre, Burjeel Hospital, NMC and Al Noor Hospitals Group”.

Dr. El Duweini added, “The conference will include four different sessions that will address a number of topics, including The Human Touch and Nursing Practice, Positive Attitude, and Stress Management in Nursing Practice.” Dr. El Duweini added that the conference has received accreditation by the Health Authority ? Abu Dhabi for 6 Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Category One hours.

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First GEMS-owned School in Qatar to open in September

first gems owned school in qatar to open in september First GEMS owned School in Qatar to open in SeptemberDoha, Qatar: GEMS Education, the region’s leading education provider, today announced that it will open its first owned and operated school in Qatar this September. On opening, GEMS American Academy-Qatar, an American Curriculum School, will welcome up to 1550 students from Kindergarten through to Grade 5 in the first year and in successive years will grow and expand the secondary years.

Located in Al Wakrah, Qatar, GEMS American Academy-Qatar (GAA) will be a high quality American Academy based on the United States Common Core State Standards. The school is the first owned and operated school for GEMS Education in Qatar and joins the GEMS’ American Curriculum school network which includes GEMS’ flagship American Curriculum school, Dubai American Academy (DAA). Founded in 1997, DAA was recently rated by Dubai Government’s School Inspection Bureau as ‘outstanding’ for the third consecutive academic year. In the last two years students from DAA have been accepted into over 160 universities in the US, including 37 of the top 50 Universities in the Country and six out of the eight Ivy League Colleges.

GEMS Education country head for Qatar, Kenneth Jones said: “At GEMS, we put values first and for students who will join us at GEMS American Academy-Qatar in September this means that we focus on their personal, academic and overall development. The school will empower our students to develop the necessary intellectual, emotional, social, creative and physical skills they will need to lead successful and fulfilling lives.”

Michael Wood, Principal of GEMS American Academy, explained what parents can look forward to at the new school. “It is my belief that an educator’s mission is to make school enjoyable and exciting – if students look forward to attending school, they will want to learn. This is what will be at the heart of GEMS American Academy-Qatar. The school will actively encourage all students to be a part of sporting and physical activity, as well as cultural and artistic activities, which will all be delivered in state- of-the-art facilities, by our internationally experienced teachers.

“Our students will learn to make decisions independently, solve problems effectively, and interact positively with tolerance, while pursuing academic excellence. This will create life-long learners who are developing the skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century.”

Mr Tom Farquhar, who led the Sidwell Friends School in Washington, DC, USA for more than four years, has joined GEMS as the Dean of American Curriculum, and will work on further enhancing the GEMS American Curriculum Schools around the world, including GEMS American Academy-Qatar.

Noting his enthusiasm to join the GEMS team, Farquhar said, “My greatest excitement about coming to GEMS is in helping the organization develop the excellence in the American Curriculum, to focus on critical thinking, and the cultivation of human imagination and creativity, particularly in the realm of problem solving.”

Mr Farquhar added: “My speciality is in bringing the experience of the school into alignment with the skills students need in the future workforce. The American education system, at its best, is focused on critical thinking and the development of student voice, and I hope to help bring that to students in any GEMS American Curriculum school.”

Mr Farquhar has led some of the most prestigious K-12 schools in the United States and his appointment highlights GEMS’ commitment to offering a high quality American education to students. GEMS American Academy is committed to ensuring that the school community values the Islamic faith and celebrates the language, traditions, history and culture of Qatar by placing these elements at the heart of the curriculum framework and, where appropriate, within the experiences of its students.

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Children stay up too late in the UAE and fall asleep in class

children stay up too late in the uae and fall asleep in class Children stay up too late in the UAE and fall asleep in classAbu Dhabi, UAE: Children accustomed to staying up until 7am during the summer holidays will struggle to remain awake in class when school resumes next week.

Many youngsters are lethargic and inattentive in school because their parents let them stay up too late, particularly during Ramadan, say teachers.

Khawla Al Alawi, who teaches at Moza bin Butti School in Al Shahama, said many pupils could barely stay awake in class in the first few days of term.

“Fifty per cent of children are awake and energetic, while the other half are very quiet, almost sleeping. Usually, what I notice is many pupils are not getting enough sleep. I have pupils who suffer in class, they try to stay awake but I see their eyes shutting,” she said.

“Some pupils have a hard time grasping this new routine, and they don’t realise the changes that need to be made to fix their sleeping pattern. Many pupils also preserve their regular eating and sleeping pattern throughout the year.”

Ms Al Alawi said such behaviour was considered natural after long holidays, especially as some children were unenthusiastic about returning to school.

“In the morning classes, the pupils are quiet and lethargic. By break time their energy levels are restored because they meet their friends,” she said.

She said it was up to parents to make sure their children maintained sensible sleep patterns in the school holidays.

Ms Al Alawi also makes sure classes are less academic when the school year starts.

“We have to have fun activities to raise the enthusiasm in class. We don’t give long explanations but instead focus more on having conversations. This will ensure a better outcome in the coming year and encourage and motivate the pupils to a strong start,” she said.

Umm Ahmad, who has four children, said it was difficult to persuade them to go to bed early now after being up late during holidays.

Hher children usually stay up late with their cousins and they don’t want to sleep “when they know the other children will be watching movies and playing all night long”.

She said: “During Ramadan, the whole family would stay up. But my children are still staying up until the early mornings. When I wake up, that is when they go to sleep, almost 7am.”

She is worried their sleeping habits will have an effect on their health.

“They sleep in the morning so they miss their breakfast. Then they wake up late in the afternoon, at 5pm, and they eat a huge meal to compensate. They also eat a lot of junk food since the adults are not around to tell them not to,” she said.

Before school starts, Umm Ahmad plans strenuous activities throughout the day for her elder children, who are 5 and 8, to burn off energy.

“If I wake them earlier in the afternoon, maybe by 1pm, and take them horse riding and swimming it will surely get them tired and hungry. Once fed they will go to sleep earlier,” she said.

In the next summer holidays she will try to keep a closer eye on her children’s sleep patterns.

Fatma Al Mansoori, 33, also a mother of four, does not allow her children to stay up late at any time of the year.

“I don’t allow them to go to sleep late because I naturally don’t like staying up late. The only time we all stay up is in Ramadan when the entire household is sleeping late usually after Fajr prayers. But then the routine goes back to normal,” she said.

Ms Al Mansoori’s eldest son, who is 12, already knows that as school is starting soon he must get in the habit of going to to bed and waking up early.

“He fixes his own schedule and the others do the same. They either sleep at about the same time or I let them sleep when they please but wake them up early,” she said.

She believes her children will be healthier if they have a decent night’s sleep.

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ADU’s College of Engineering receives international accreditation from ABET

adu college of engineering receives international accreditation from abet ADUs College of Engineering receives international accreditation from ABETAbu Dhabi, UAE: Abu Dhabi University ‘s College of Engineering received international accreditation from the world-renowned prestigious Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET, after its success in passing international standards and procedures implemented by the commission to ensure quality of education, curricula, learning outcomes and a high caliber of graduates.

Commenting on this new accolade, H.E Ali Saeed Bin Harmal Al Dhaheri Chairman of Abu Dhabi University ‘s Board of Directors explained that receiving this prestigious international accreditation translates ADU ‘s mission and its eagerness to develop academic programs that meet the educational needs of the policy agenda of Abu Dhabi’s Government and its Economic Vision 2030. “It also confirms that Abu Dhabi University has set its benchmark in educational outcomes to meet international standards applied by prestigious universities and accreditation bodies that focus on a comprehensive educational system of quality in teaching, scientific research, and community service. As well as developing new partnerships with the business sector to provide it with graduates who have acquired the skills needed to excel in a knowledge-based economy. The international accreditation from ABET is an outstanding achievement that confirms the quality of our engineering programs, which were already accredited from the Commission for
Academic Accreditation of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in the UAE”, added Bin Harmal.

Receiving international accreditation has also been one of the main goals highlighted in Abu Dhabi University ‘s new 5 year strategic plan 2014 -2019. Bin Harmal pointed out that the University will continue to seek the highest international standards, through other programs offered at ADU in different disciplines which are currently also seeking international accreditation from specialized accreditation bodies.

On his part, Dr. Nabil Ibrahim, Chancellor of Abu Dhabi University said: “Receiving the ABET accreditation for the Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, the Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and the Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering that are offered through ADU ‘s College of Engineering is such a wonderful start to the new semester of the upcoming academic year 2014 -2015. Especially as it coincides with the launch of our new strategic plan aimed at achieving operational and academic excellence on every level by continuing to attract top achieving students and distinguished faculty members from the finest institutions of higher education around the world, and puts students’ interests at the center of the educational process in a manner that contributes to their intellectual and professional growth”.

Dr. Ibrahim stressed that this accreditation confirms what everybody knows about the quality of academic programs offered by Abu Dhabi University in engineering, arts and sciences and business administration. “Perhaps further evidence lies in our graduate employment rates that have averaged at around 90%”, he concluded.

Interim Provost and Dean of ADU ‘s College of Engineering, Dr. Aly Nazmy asserted that receiving the international accreditation from that the renowned Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET was not an easy task, but one that required several years of hard work and diligence to complete the procedures for obtaining the accreditation. “It’s an accomplishment that could have not been possible without the participation of the faculty and staff of the three departments”, added Dr. Nazmy.

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Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government Explores Collaboration with Montenegro

mohammed bin rashid school of government explores collaboration with montenegro Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government Explores Collaboration with MontenegroDubai, UAE: Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government (MBRSG), a research and teaching institution focusing on public policy in the Arab world, explored opportunities for collaboration with Montenegro during the visit of Dr Jovan Kojicic, Advisor to the Prime Minister of the south east European country.

During his visit, Dr Kojicic met with Dr Ali Sebaa Al Marri, Executive President of the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government, and faculty members leading the training and executive education programs at MBRSG.

The visit aimed to strengthen cooperation between Montenegro and the Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government in the areas of training, education and development programs. Dr Jovan Kojicic also hoped Montenegro could benefit from MBRSG’s experience in developing leadership skills and government competencies.

Dr Ali Sebaa Al Marri said: “Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government works continuously towards showcasing the UAE as a successful model in administration and leadership. This model is ranked first for government efficiency excellence in the World Competitiveness Report 2014. We look forward to sharing our academic experience with Montenegro and widen our understanding of European public policy.”

Dr Jovan Kojic, Advisor to Montenegro’s Prime Minister, said: “Montenegro is a developing country. We seek to establish collaborative partnerships with different countries around the world and work resolutely towards building efficiencies across various administrative bodies in our own country. Given this priority, we are keen to establish long term collaboration with MBRSG, and are confident that Montenegro, like the UAE, will achieve high rankings in global indices that reflect excellence in social and economic sectors.”

The Mohammed Bin Rashid School of Government is committed to promoting good governance through enhancing the region’s capacity for effective public policy. The school uses a four-pronged approach, which includes applied research in public policy and management, academic programs in public policy and administration, executive education programs and knowledge forums for scholars and policy makers.

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