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BELGIUM-EASTER/
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April 03, 2015
British pastry cook Michael Lewis-Anderson displays an egg shell filled with praline chocolate and sugar...
Brussels, Belgium
British pastry cook Lewis-Anderson displays an egg shell filled with praline chocolate and sugar at a...
British pastry cook Michael Lewis-Anderson displays an egg shell filled with praline chocolate and sugar at a Wittamer chocolate boutique ahead of the Easter weekend in Brussels April 3, 2015. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
FILM-BRITAIN/BAFTA
RTR3DLJ3
February 10, 2013
Actors Henry Cavill (L) and Martin Freeman (R) pose with winners of the Best Documentary award for "Searching...
London, United Kingdom
Actors Cavill and Freeman pose with winners of Best Documentary award for "Searching for Sugar Man" Chinn...
Actors Henry Cavill (L) and Martin Freeman (R) pose with winners of the Best Documentary award for "Searching for Sugar Man" Simon Chinn and Malik Bendjelloul (2nd R) at the British Academy of Film and Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London February 10, 2013. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (BAFTA-WINNERS)
FILM-BRITAIN/BAFTA
RTR3DLIK
February 10, 2013
Simon Chinn (L) and Malik Bendjelloul celebrate winning Best Documentary award for "Searching for Sugar...
London, United Kingdom
Chinn and Bendjelloul celebrate winning Best Documentary award for "Searching for Sugar Man" at BAFTA...
Simon Chinn (L) and Malik Bendjelloul celebrate winning Best Documentary award for "Searching for Sugar Man" at the British Academy of Film and Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London February 10, 2013. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (BAFTA-WINNERS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMM
May 28, 2012
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry and, when mixed with ice, sugar and lime makes the Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMJ
May 28, 2012
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry and, when mixed with ice, sugar and lime makes the Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMF
May 28, 2012
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry and, when mixed with ice, sugar and lime makes the Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RME
May 28, 2012
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo...
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMC
May 28, 2012
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo...
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2IODT
February 16, 2011
Sugar boiler Neil Causey (L) pours a batch of molten sugar at the Santus Toffee factory in Wigan, northern...
Wigan, United Kingdom
Sugar boiler Neil Causey pours a batch of molten sugar at the Santus Toffee factory in Wigan
Sugar boiler Neil Causey (L) pours a batch of molten sugar at the Santus Toffee factory in Wigan, northern England February 16, 2011. The 2 billionth Uncle Joe's Mintball came off the production line at the factory where the sweets, originally made to help coal miners clear their chests after working down the pit, have been produced since 1898. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
RETAIL-BRITAIN/
RTR28V1K
January 14, 2010
A shopper carries a Primark bag in London, January 14, 2010. Primark-owner Associated British Foods expects...
London, United Kingdom
A shopper carries a Primark bag in London
A shopper carries a Primark bag in London, January 14, 2010. Primark-owner Associated British Foods expects a significant boost to full-year profit after reporting very good Christmas trading at its discount fashion retailer chain and sweeter sugar trading. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
RETAIL-BRITAIN/
RTR28V1H
January 14, 2010
Pedestrians walk past a Primark store in London, January 14, 2010. Primark-owner Associated British Foods...
London, United Kingdom
Pedestrians walk past a Primark store in London
Pedestrians walk past a Primark store in London, January 14, 2010. Primark-owner Associated British Foods expects a significant boost to full-year profit after reporting very good Christmas trading at its discount fashion retailer chain and sweeter sugar trading. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
RETAIL-BRITAIN/
RTR28V1E
January 14, 2010
Shoppers carry Primark bags in London, January 14, 2010. Primark-owner Associated British Foods expects...
London, United Kingdom
Shoppers carry Primark bags in London
Shoppers carry Primark bags in London, January 14, 2010. Primark-owner Associated British Foods expects a significant boost to full-year profit after reporting very good Christmas trading at its discount fashion retailer chain and sweeter sugar trading. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTXQVRA
November 18, 2009
British businessman Alan Sugar attends the State Opening of Parliament, in the House of Lords within...
London, United Kingdom
British businessman Alan Sugar attends the State Opening of Parliament, in the House of Lords within...
British businessman Alan Sugar attends the State Opening of Parliament, in the House of Lords within the Palace of Westminster, London November 18, 2009. REUTERS/Paul Edwards/Pool (BRITAIN ROYALS SOCIETY POLITICS)
BRITAIN
RTXEEYA
April 26, 2009
Businessman Alan Sugar arrives for the British Academy Television Awards 2009 at the Royal Festival Hall...
London, United Kingdom
Businessman Sugar arrives for the British Academy Television Awards 2009 at the Royal Festival Hall in...
Businessman Alan Sugar arrives for the British Academy Television Awards 2009 at the Royal Festival Hall in London April 26, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
ELECTRONIC-ARTS/
RTR20AXR
May 07, 2008
Former boxing champions Sugar Ray Leonard (L) and Lennox Lewis (R) stand with current middleweight Winky...
Burnaby, Canada
Former boxing champions Leonard and Lewis stand with current middleweight Wright in Burnaby
Former boxing champions Sugar Ray Leonard (L) and Lennox Lewis (R) stand with current middleweight Winky Wright as production began on EA Sports' new video game Fight Night 4 at at their studio in Burnaby, British Columbia May 7, 2008. Wright is suited up in an outfit used to record motion capture while Leonard and Lewis were present to help with advice and sparing in ring. The game is expected to be released in 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
ELECTRONIC-ARTS/
RTR20AXL
May 07, 2008
EA Sports associate producer Brian Hayes (back) watches while middleweight boxer Winky Wright works...
Burnaby, Canada
Middleweight boxer Wright works out with former champions Lewis and Leonard at EA Sports studio in Burnaby...
EA Sports associate producer Brian Hayes (back) watches while middleweight boxer Winky Wright works out with former champions Lennox Lewis (R) and Sugar Ray Leonard (L) prior to recording motion capture at the EA Sports studio in Burnaby, British Columbia May 7, 2008. Production has begun on EA Sports Fight Night 4 video game to be released in 2009. REUTERS/Andy Clark (CANADA)
BRAZIL/
RTR1OV23
April 20, 2007
British pilot Paul Bonhomme of Matador team flies over the Guanabara Bay in front of Sugar Loaf mountain...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
British pilot Bonhomme flies over the Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro
British pilot Paul Bonhomme of Matador team flies over the Guanabara Bay in front of Sugar Loaf mountain during a qualifying day for the Red Bull Air Race in Rio de Janeiro April 20, 2007. The race takes place on Saturday over Guanabara Bay. In the race, pilots must navigate through a slalom course made of air-filled pylons, or air gates, at speeds reaching 400 km/h and hitting up to 10G. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL)
SPORT-LAUREUS/
RTR1O8S8
April 03, 2007
British singers 'Sugar Babes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona April 2, 2007. REUTERS/Albert...
Barcelona, Spain
British singers 'Sugar Babes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona
British singers 'Sugar Babes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona April 2, 2007. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
SPORT-LAUREUS/
RTR1O8CV
April 02, 2007
British singers 'Sugababes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona April 2, 2007. REUTERS/Albert...
Barcelona, Spain
British singers 'Sugar Babes' pose at Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona
British singers 'Sugababes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona April 2, 2007. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
SPORT-LAUREUS/
RTR1O8CT
April 02, 2007
British singers 'Sugar Babes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona April 2, 2007. REUTERS/Albert...
Barcelona, Spain
British singers 'Sugar Babes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona
British singers 'Sugar Babes' pose at the Laureus World Awards ceremony in Barcelona April 2, 2007. REUTERS/Albert Gea (SPAIN)
FIJI
RTR1J65U
November 09, 2006
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army...
Suva, Fiji
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army...
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army selection process November 7, 2006. Many Fijians are seeking work overseas in an effort to support their families as the cost of living in the South Pacific nation of just 900,000 people increases at a rapid rate. With personal remittances from citizens working overseas valued at more than FJ$200 million (US$120 million), it now outstrips traditional sectors like sugar cane and garment manufacturing. It is estimated that more than 2,000 Fijians are currently working in Iraq as either soldiers for the British and Fijian armies, or for private contractors as drivers, security guards or labourers. At least eight have been killed and many more injured since 2003. Picture taken November 7, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray (FIJI)
FIJI
RTR1J65L
November 09, 2006
Major Mike Keighley (C), an officer commanding the British Army Overseas Pre-Selection team, hands out...
Suva, Fiji
British Army officer hands out results to applicants after their examination in Fiji's capital Suva
Major Mike Keighley (C), an officer commanding the British Army Overseas Pre-Selection team, hands out results to applicants after their examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army selection process November 7, 2006. Many Fijians are seeking work overseas in an effort to support their families as the cost of living in the South Pacific nation of just 900,000 people increases at a rapid rate. With personal remittances from citizens working overseas valued at more than FJ$200 million (US$120 million), it now outstrips traditional sectors like sugar cane and garment manufacturing. It is estimated that more than 2,000 Fijians are currently working in Iraq as either soldiers for the British and Fijian armies, or for private contractors as drivers, security guards or labourers. At least eight have been killed and many more injured since 2003. Picture taken November 7, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray (FIJI)
FIJI
RTR1J65K
November 09, 2006
Major Mike Keighley (C), an officer commanding the British Army Overseas Pre-Selection team, speaks to...
Suva, Fiji
British Army officer speaks to potential recruits before they sit for examination in Suva
Major Mike Keighley (C), an officer commanding the British Army Overseas Pre-Selection team, speaks to potential recruits before they sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva November 7, 2006. Many Fijians are seeking work overseas in an effort to support their families as the cost of living in the South Pacific nation of just 900,000 people increases at a rapid rate. With personal remittances from citizens working overseas valued at more than FJ$200 million (US$120 million), it now outstrips traditional sectors like sugar cane and garment manufacturing. It is estimated that more than 2,000 Fijians are currently working in Iraq as either soldiers for the British and Fijian armies, or for private contractors as drivers, security guards or labourers. At least eight have been killed and many more injured since 2003. Picture taken November 7, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray (FIJI)
FIJI
RTR1J65H
November 09, 2006
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army...
Suva, Fiji
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army...
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army selection process November 7, 2006. Many Fijians are seeking work overseas in an effort to support their families as the cost of living in the South Pacific nation of just 900,000 people increases at a rapid rate. With personal remittances from citizens working overseas valued at more than FJ$200 million (US$120 million), it now outstrips traditional sectors like sugar cane and garment manufacturing. It is estimated that more than 2,000 Fijians are currently working in Iraq as either soldiers for the British and Fijian armies, or for private contractors as drivers, security guards or labourers. At least eight have been killed and many more injured since 2003. Picture taken November 7, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray (FIJI)
FIJI
RTR1J65G
November 09, 2006
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army...
Suva, Fiji
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army...
Some of the more than 400 applicants sit for an examination in Fiji's capital Suva during a British army selection process November 7, 2006. Many Fijians are seeking work overseas in an effort to support their families as the cost of living in the South Pacific nation of just 900,000 people increases at a rapid rate. With personal remittances from citizens working overseas valued at more than FJ$200 million (US$120 million), it now outstrips traditional sectors like sugar cane and garment manufacturing. It is estimated that more than 2,000 Fijians are currently working in Iraq as either soldiers for the British and Fijian armies, or for private contractors as drivers, security guards or labourers. At least eight have been killed and many more injured since 2003. Picture taken November 7, 2006. REUTERS/David Gray (FIJI)
COMMONWEALTH TRADE
RTR1BPPP
November 27, 2005
Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur speaks to reporters about the European Union's sugar policy reform...
Valletta, Malta
Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur speaks to reporters after end of CHOGM in Valletta
Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur speaks to reporters about the European Union's sugar policy reform after the end of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Valletta November 27, 2005. Commonwealth Secretary-General Don McKinnon said on Sunday he hoped the EU will hear a call from the group of former British colonies to cut its farm subsidies to help win a fairer deal on world trade. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
COMMONWEALTH SUGAR
RTR1BPPM
November 27, 2005
Guyana President Bharrat Jagdeo speaks to reporters about the European Union's (EU) sugar policy reform...
Valletta, Malta
Guyana President Jagdeo speaks to reporters after end of CHOGM in Valletta
Guyana President Bharrat Jagdeo speaks to reporters about the European Union's (EU) sugar policy reform after the end of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Valletta November 27, 2005. Commonwealth Secretary-General Don McKinnon said on Sunday he hoped the EU will hear a call from the group of former British colonies to cut its farm subsidies to help win a fairer deal on world trade. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
COMMONWEALTH TRADE
RTR1BPOE
November 27, 2005
Guyana President Bharrat Jagdeo speaks to reporters about the European Union's sugar policy reform after...
Valletta, Malta
Guyana President Jagdeo speaks to reporters after end of CHOGM in Valletta
Guyana President Bharrat Jagdeo speaks to reporters about the European Union's sugar policy reform after the end of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Valletta November 27, 2005. Commonwealth Secretary-General Don McKinnon said on Sunday he hoped the EU will hear a call from the group of former British colonies to cut its farm subsidies to help win a fairer deal on world trade. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
COMMONWEALTH TRADE
RTR1BPN7
November 27, 2005
Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur speaks to reporters about the European Union's sugar policy reform...
Valletta, Malta
Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur speaks to reporters after the end of the Commonwealth Heads of Government...
Barbados Prime Minister Owen Arthur speaks to reporters about the European Union's sugar policy reform after the end of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Valletta November 27, 2005. Commonwealth Secretary-General Don McKinnon said on Sunday he hoped the EU will hear a call from the group of former British colonies to cut its farm subsidies to help win a fairer deal on world trade. REUTERS/Chris Helgren
ECONOMY EU
RTR1AI5I
November 08, 2005
Slovenian Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk talks to his British counterpart Gordon Brown (R) at the start...
Brussels, Belgium
Slovenian Finance Minister Bajuk talks to his British counterpart Brown in Brussels
Slovenian Finance Minister Andrej Bajuk talks to his British counterpart Gordon Brown (R) at the start of a EU finance ministers meeting in Brussels, November 8, 2005. Finance ministers from the 25 European Union nations met in Brussels on Tuesday to discuss regulation, Hungarian finances, VAT and impact of the EU sugar reform. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
STEINHART
RTXMC7Q
December 10, 2003
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, hoping...
Vancouver, Canada
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, .....
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, hoping to earn chef Othmar Steinhart immortality as a Guinness world record, December 9, 2003. Steinhart, a chef at the Hyatt Regency, baked the 4.2-meter (13 foot), 9-inch) cookie using 100kg (220lbs) of flour, 20 kg (44lb) of sugar and 20 liters (5.3 gallons) of molasses and butter.
STEINHART
RTXMC7P
December 10, 2003
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, hoping...
Vancouver, Canada
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, .....
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, hoping to earn chef Othmar Steinhart immortality as a Guinness world record, December 9, 2003. Steinhart, a chef at the Hyatt Regency, baked the 4.2-meter (13 foot), 9-inch) cookie using 100kg (220lbs) of flour, 20 kg (44lb) of sugar and 20 liters (5.3 gallons) of molasses and butter.
CANADA GINGERBREAD
RTR8HTE
December 09, 2003
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a
Vancouver, British Columbia hotel,...
Vancouver, Canada
GIANT GINGERBREAD MAN GOING FOR GUINESS WORLD RECORD ON DISPLAY IN
VANCOUVER.
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a
Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, hoping to earn chef Othmar Steinhart
immortality as a Guinness world record, December 9, 2003. Steinhart, a
chef at the Hyatt Regency, baked the 4.2-meter (13 foot), 9-inch)
cookie using 100kg (220lbs) of flour, 20 kg (44lb) of sugar and 20
liters (5.3 gallons) of molasses and butter. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
CANADA GINGERBREAD
RTR8HSH
December 09, 2003
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a
Vancouver, British Columbia hotel,...
Vancouver, Canada
GIANT GINGERBREAD MAN GOING FOR GUINESS WORLD RECORD ON DISPLAY IN
VANCOUVER.
A giant gingerbread man cookie sits on display in the lobby of a
Vancouver, British Columbia hotel, hoping to earn chef Othmar Steinhart
immortality as a Guinness world record, December 9, 2003. Steinhart, a
chef at the Hyatt Regency, baked the 4.2-meter (13 foot), 9-inch)
cookie using 100kg (220lbs) of flour, 20 kg (44lb) of sugar and 20
liters (5.3 gallons) of molasses and butter. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
EUROPE AGRICULTURE
RTRILVO
May 22, 2001
British Agriculture Minister Nick Brown (L) talks to his German counterpart Renate Kuesnast (R) and German...
Brussels, Belgium
BRITISH AGRICULTURE MINISTER BROWN AND GERMAN KUESNAST IN BRUSSELS.
British Agriculture Minister Nick Brown (L) talks to his German counterpart Renate Kuesnast (R) and German ministerial official Juergen Detken (C) at the start of a European Union agriculture ministers' council in Brussels May 22, 2001. Ministers met to discuss a reform of the sugar and beef sectors.

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