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मुश्किल

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It is difficult to please all

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Sab ko prasann karna mushkil hai

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my love story is difficult ,for you

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मेरी प्रेम कहानी आप के लिए मुश्किल है,

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my love story is difficult ,for you

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mai ushe bahot payar karta hu

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Difficult Days Essay exams in Hindi

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exam difficlt days essay in hindi

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Education in India Search Add your Institute Institutions Courses Entrance Exams Career Options Alerts Coaching Centres Articles Knowledge Date Sheets Languages Home / Articles / Reality Shows - Facts and Effects Report Error Reality Shows - Facts and Effects Reality Shows are genre of television shows or programmes which feature common people and or celebrities or both, in real life or scripted situations/environment or a mix of both real and scripted incidents. Reality Shows are also referred as ‘Reality Television’. Reality shows have become quite a rage of late; these were non-existent until the 1940’s. Reality shows in those times were quite authentic. This was because it was a new concept and as such manipulation was limited to only creating unordinary situations for ordinary citizens. However, the reality shows of today have blurred the reality. The irony of ‘Reality Shows’ is that even though they are known as ‘Reality Based Shows’; most of them are ‘Unreal’. Facts of Reality Shows History of Reality T.V. Popularity Factors Types of Reality Shows Effects of Reality Shows Reality Television Pros and Cons Reality Shows Advantages Reality Shows Disadvantages Curbing or Limiting the Effects of reality Shows Real Life is nothing, what popular Reality Shows depict. The idea of placing people in situations, just to see how they react, became imaginable and almost ‘Passé’. Audiences have seen and known what will happen. As such, previous projections of human behaviour do not hold that much ground as compared to the ones that are being churned out with all the melodrama and unexpected spoofs or stunts. Real Life on day to day basis is not as much Dramatic and entertaining as is depicted in these shows. Life is very much real as we witness it, not what we are made to see. Reality shows edit and manipulate scenes which appear and imitate reality. The situations created or occurred are altered in order to make things interesting. To sustain the interest of the audience, producers of such shows resort to depiction of emotions which incite humans. Thus, conflict, drama, sleaze and humour are added as per the TRP. These may not be scripted but depending upon the response of these audiences, these maybe added as per the requirement. Such shows will create an exciting footage from various clips mixed with each other. Sometimes, the producers of the show will involve a celebrity to create hype for the show. So, a question arises what, when, why, where and how of these shows. There are many reasons behind it. These have been analysed below. Reality Shows – Facts Facts of Reality television have been subdivided into its History, Popularity Factors and their Types. History of Reality T.V. It was during 1948, that Alan Funt, came up with the idea of the first Reality Show in the form of TV series ‘Candid Camera’. It was initially launched as Radio Show, titled – ‘Candid Microphone’ on 28th June, 1947. Later, he shot a series of theatrical film shorts, also titled Candid Microphone. It was his next venture that materialised into the ‘First Reality Show’ which appeared on television (ABC channel) on August 10, 1948. The show featured ordinary people encountering unusual situations, who were being secretly taped with concealed cameras. Sometimes, these would involve trick props, such as a desk with drawers that pop open when closed or a car with a hidden extra gas tank. When the joke was revealed, victims would be told the shows catch phrase, ‘Smile, you're on Candid Camera.’ Peter Funt, his son became the producer and the host of the show from 1998 to 2004. Soon others too conceived similar ideas with different approach. Ted Mack's Original Amateur Hour and Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts also appeared during 1948. These show started the much famed ‘Talent Shows’ or ‘Talent Search Shows’ which featured amateur competitors and introduced the concept of ‘Audience Voting’. In the 1950s, game shows – ‘Beat the Clock’ and ‘Truth or Consequences’ involved contestants in wacky competitions, stunts, and practical jokes. Then, appeared the ‘Game Show’, known as ‘You Bet’ on NBC-TV in October 1950, which was simultaneously broadcast on the radio and the television. In 1954, ‘Miss America Pageant’, a beauty contest appeared on T.V. whose winner achieved the status of a national celebrity. During 1950-1959, a new type of series ‘You Asked For It’ had some elements of a ‘Audience Participation’ in the sense that viewers were given certain freedom to see what they wished to see on television. The show created and hosted by Art Baker, involved the ‘Real Re-enactment’ of William Tell shooting an apple off his son's head. Many other reality based shows featured on T.V., like series Seven Up! in UK. during 1964 (Granada Television). However, the Shows with the flavour of Modern Reality Shows started to be produced during the 1970’s. PBS series ‘An American Family’ was more or less documentary in purpose and style. It featured the daily lives of the Loud family. The televised decision of the parents to divorce and the on-screen coming out of their gay son shocked audiences. This prompted the sociologist, Margaret Mead to suggest a different genre for this series as it didn’t fit the category of Documentary. This show gave birth to the ‘Reality-soap Genre’ in which compelling story lines through careful writing and editing shaped the real-life subjects into reality-show characters. In 1974, a counterpart program, The Family, was made in the UK, following the working class Wilkins family of Reading. Similar such productions were ‘Chuck Barris: The Dating Game’, ‘The Newlywed Game’, and ‘The Gong Show’. These participants shared some of their privacy and dignity in a televised competition. Then, there were ‘Camcorder Taped’ reality shows which appeared during 1989. First of such a show was ‘COPS’ which showed police officers on duty apprehending criminals. The Rescue 911 was another such show which featured people in dire situations and their efforts. America’s Funniest Home Videos was also such reality show in terms of recording equipment. It featured unique and funny incidents taped on camcorder. Further themes of reality shows were conceived in the 1990’s. The concept of grouping strangers for a certain period of time in a certain environment and the drama that followed, originated in the form of series ‘Nummer 28’. It aired on Dutch television in 1991. This show was backed by computer-based non-linear editing systems which enabled quick editing of hours of video footage into a usable form. The idea of ‘Competition and Elimination’ was introduced by TV producer Charlie Parsons. He created the TV show ‘Expedition Robinson’, which first aired in 1997 in Sweden. In the show cast members/contestants battled against each other and were removed from the show until only one winner remained. These shows became popularly known as ‘Elimination Shows’. The end of 90’ and the advent of 2000, saw an unprecedented popularity of the reality based shows. These new generation of Reality shows were more blunt, witty, sensuous, sensational, glamorous and more. These were produced by specialists who created complex and unexpected shows which stirred the emotions of the masses. Their uniqueness and the ‘Awe’ factor made them a huge success. Survivor became such a show. It was originally named ‘Expedition Robinson’ and appeared first on the Swedish public service network SVT in 1997. Then, ‘Big Brother’ first televised in the Netherlands during 1999 on the Veronica TV channel became a world-wide sensation. It was picked up by Brazil, Germany, Argentina, Portugal, USA, UK, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy and Indonesia. It is a hit show in almost 70 countries; further licensing rights for same format program but with regional people. Example, ‘Big Boss’ in India. Another major hit is ‘American Idol’. It is based on the British show Pop Idol, which was in turn inspired by Popstars. The show debuted in 2001 in Britain and soon spread to other parts of the world, with its Indian Version, known as ‘Indian Idol’. Soon more shows followed with different concepts and ideas like the Amazing Race (2001), Fear Factor (June 11, 2001), the America's Next Top Model (May 2003), The Apprentice (2004), Dancing With The Stars (2005) and others. These all became an instant hit all over the world and inspiring licensed version and unlicensed altered shows in dozens of countries. Furthermore, these shows inspired channels totally devoted to reality shows, like Zone Reality (UK) was launched in 2002 and Global Reality Channel (Canada) was launched in 2010. Several cable channels started featuring original reality programming as a mainstay. Thus, today various types of reality shows have got a permanent slot during their telecast. The reality series of modern times borrow a lot from their precedents and differ mostly in scope and locale. Popularity Factors of Reality Shows So what makes Reality Shows Tick? There are multiple factors attributing to the success of these shows. Human Curiosity – There is saying that says ‘Curiosity killed the cat’, here the ‘Curiosity lured the Public’. Though not as deadly as the original saying but alluring, that is to say that the public is always willing to know the unknown or the mysteries. Of all the entertainment series we are aware of, we think that’s the end of it. However, the brainy producers are always up to new tricks, they introduce new formats, new faces and other unexplored or unimaginable acts. Anything new or different is obviously bound to be noticed, the same goes with reality shows. Such shows engross and tease the mind into watching them. This is one important ingredient of a reality show. Entertainment Value – Watching the mundane soap operas and movies causes the mind to get bored. It is here that reality shows score over other programs. They are filled with drama, shock value, original stunts, talent, celebrities, laughter, sleaze and violence. It fills the void of human mind bored with conventionally formatted programs. Some series featuring original acts are applauded because here someone with the best talent gets acknowledged, appreciated and paid. Here, they see what they haven’t realised or imagined, especially the one’s which are dramatic. Even if the audience is aware of the manipulations, they don’t mind it as it adds spice and zing to their lives, which is otherwise dull and dreary. Also, they like to be acknowledged for their prediction of the outcome or can gossip about it with their friends and so on. Aggressive Marketing – One of the major factors of the popularity of reality television is the aggressive marketing. This marketing is clearly visible in Television promos, large hoardings, cover story in magazines and other media. It grabs the attention of even a an uninterested person and that is what the advertisers want and that is what influences us in to watching these programs. Belief in Reality Shows – Though the public is smart but it can be fooled. Reality shows are an example of this occurrence. There are certain sections of viewers who still believe that what is being shown is ‘Reality’ as it matches the normal daily life routines. This notion becomes a permanent fact in their minds and they find it hard to dismiss it as fake. Then there are young minds which do not have the wider scope of thought as to ‘What is real?’ and ‘What is not?’. They perceive the fake acts as real and the shows become their favourite ones. Favourites and Non Favourites – Whilst watching certain such shows we tend to have our ‘Favourites’ and ‘Non-Favourites’. We like our favourite ones for variety of reasons; some are cute, some appear honest, some are form their own region or religion and some are sympathised. On the opposite side we hate certain participants for variety of reasons; some are ugly, some appear fake, some don’t belong to their region or religion and some we simply love hate. Our emotional attachment with these characters is the source of popularity of these shows. Thirst for Power – The concept of voting for favourite ones is sort of quencher of thirst for power hungry people. They think that their vote is a contributing factor in the victory of their chosen one. It makes them feel important, related to whom they are voting and self satisfaction of having some power or certain portion of power. Pleasure in other’s Sufferings – There are some demented minds who like to see other people in pain and gore. It gives them certain euphoria which they get addicted to. The causes can be many; some can relate to the pain which they have suffered or the pain which they want to deliver to their oppressors but haven’t been able to do so. It provides them a certain outlet of emotions. Peer Influence – Some people just watch these shows just to stay in tune with the current flow of trend. They stay in touch with these shows so they have something to talk about whenever a conversation occurs or whenever they are socialising. It is embarrassing for certain people to be unaware of what’s hip and what’s not. Types of Reality Shows Reality shows cater to different age groups and tastes because of the wide range of themes available. These shows can be classified into: 1. Reality T.V. Talent Shows – A reality based talent show is ‘Made for Television’ program which is televised live or deferred live featuring a number of participants who present their talent or talents in front of a panel of judges. These talents can be in the conventional forms like singing, dancing and or other unique forms of talents. Most of these shows have a format where certain performers are selected and judged. Based on the quality of their performance, these are either eliminated out of the competition by judges or by the public through voting. Each week or each episode one or more contestants are eliminated until a winner emerges. Reality based talent shows are the most popular reality television shows. These are the most popular as these present a much authentic presentation as compared to others which can be easily pointed out as fake. Some of the most popular reality shows of this type are American Idol, America's Got Talent, Dancing with the Stars, Celebrity Duets etc. These maybe licensed to other countries which work on the same format to produce a local show like ‘India’s Got Talent’ is the Indian version of AGT. 2. Fly on the Wall Shows – Fly on the Wall Shows are those shows which are styled in a documentary format but maybe scripted partially or wholly to create sensationalism; camera shooting and footage editing gives the viewer the impression that they are passive observers following people going about their daily personal and professional activities. These are known as ‘Fly on the Wall Shows’ as events are seen candidly, as a fly on a wall might see them. These shows are also known as factual television shows as they do show some actual happenings. Some of these types of shows are: Environment Confined – These are live or deferred live televised shows, where a number of familiar or unfamiliar participants have to live along with each other and perform tasks in an artificial living environment surrounded by cameras at strategic spots. Every day they are given a task to perform and their behaviour is recorded. Every week or every episode voting is conducted wherein the members nominate each other depending upon their preferences or task performance. These nominated members are further put to vote by public until a winner emerges. The winner is awarded a large sum of amount. Participants are often interviewed, often by an off-camera voice. The ancestor of these types of shows is MTV’s ‘The Real World’. The most popular amongst these shows is ‘Big Brother’ with different versions produced in many countries around the word. Some other shows in this category are ‘Road Rules’, ‘The 1900 House’, ‘Temptation Island’, ‘U8TV: The Lofters’ etc. Celebrity Shows – Reality based Celebrity Shows are the ones which show daily routine of celebrities or show celebrities in a certain environment with other celebrities performing task or tasks. These show some scripted, unscripted, kinky or unknown aspect of celebrities. Some routine based shows are Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kathy Griffin: Life on the D List, The Anna Nicole Show, The Osbournes, Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica and Hogan Knows Best etc. Some of the Environment Confined shows are Celebrity Big Brother, The Simple Life, Tommy Lee Goes to College, The Surreal Life, and I'm a Celebrity... Get Me out of Here! Based on Professional Lives - Professional Lives is type of a reality based show which shows professionals either going about day-to-day business or performing an entire project over the course of a series. These shows unseen footage of a professional on day to day basis, thereby providing an insight into the life of professionals engaged in different occupations. The first of its kind series is COPS which premiered in 1989. Other examples of this type of reality show include the American shows Miami Ink, The First 48, Dog the Bounty Hunter, American Chopper, Deadliest Catch etc. 3. Game Shows – Reality based Game Shows are televised events which involve members of the public and or celebrities competing as a team or as individual against each other in as series competitive games which can physical challenging and or mentally challenging usually for money and/or a variety of prizes. The prize can be cash, a spouse, a date, a contract, trips, goods and services etc. Game shows are also referred as ‘Competition Shows’. Games shows can be categorised as: Mentally Challenging Games – These are quiz or information based game shows where the host of the show or panel of judges asks the contestant general knowledge questions divided into various levels. The contestants have to answer these in a certain period of time and gather points and or cash for every correct answer. In the process they may get evicted or gain certain advantages which are useful in the later stage of the game. Some of this type of games are Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, American Gladiators, Dog Eat Dog, Deal or No Deal, Weakest Link etc. These are usually shot in an enclosed environment or TV studio over a short period of time. Physically Challenging Games - These are mostly stunt based or adventure based game shows which involves members of the public and or celebrities performing weird, dangerous or tricky physical tasks better and/or quicker than all the other contestants or simply completing the task given. The game is divided into several zones and stages with each round getting tougher and tougher. These usually take place outdoors with specially created structures and or equipments. Some of these are Minute to Win It, Who Dares Wins, Fear Factor, Total Wipeout, Takeshi's Castle etc. Self-improvement / Makeover Shows – Reality based Self-improvement / Makeover Shows cover the attempts and success of a person or group of people (afflicted celebrities or common people) improving their lives with the help of an expert along with a celebrity as a host. The improvements in life can be related to problems like obesity, lack of fashion sense, bad behaviour, psychological issues etc. Thus we have Charm School and From G's to Gents focussing on self-improvement and manners, Biggest Loser and Fat March which focus on weight loss, How Do I Look? focusing on fashion makeover, ‘Queer Eye’ and ‘What Not to Wear’ which focus on style and grooming, ‘Made’ focusing on attaining difficult goals, ‘Supernanny’ focuss

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फायदे और रियलिटी शो का नुकसान

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Trees are our best friends. They play a very important role in our life. We can not live without them. They give us timber, paper and firewood. Timber is used in making houses, train compartments, big boxes, tools etc. Without paper life may be difficult for us. Paper is necessary for study and writing. People in villages use firewood to cook meals. They use wood to build houses, huts, carts and agriculture tools. Trees also give us food, gum and medicine. They also add to the beauty of life. Gardens can not be charming without them. We need them for oxygen and good health. Trees also help to control pollution: They absorb carbon dioxide. They improve our environment. They cause rainfall and protect water resources under the ground. They prevent floods and droughts. Therefore, we should try our best to grow more trees. Govt. and social welfare societies should start a movement. There should be awards for those persons who grow more trees

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मुझे कुछ निबंध दिखाने

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Trees are our best friends. They play a very important role in our life. We can not live without them. They give us timber, paper and firewood. Timber is used in making houses, train compartments, big boxes, tools etc. Without paper life may be difficult for us. Paper is necessary for study and writing. People in villages use firewood to cook meals. They use wood to build houses, huts, carts and agriculture tools. Trees also give us food, gum and medicine. They also add to the beauty of life. Gardens can not be charming without them. We need them for oxygen and good health. Trees also help to control pollution: They absorb carbon dioxide. They improve our environment. They cause rainfall and protect water resources under the ground. They prevent floods and droughts. Therefore, we should try our best to grow more trees. Govt. and social welfare societies should start a movement. There should be awards for those persons who grow more trees

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i amvidya essay

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The POWER of a smile People with great smiles radiate an energy that draws others to them instantly. Work on your smile... Why is that? When we smile we contract fifteen muscles on our face and we move 230 muscles out of 630 muscles in our entire body. Isn’t it something? According to Dr William of Fry of Standford University, smiling stimulates the human brain to release chemicals which inhibit infection and lessen pain. Smiling is not only the best brain exercise, it also increases blood circulation and heart rate. Four minutes of smiling has the same effect as a upper body workout and five minutes of smiling is better then 5 hours of work out. When we boost (send energy toward a situation or person) we use our heart center (Love). Love opposes fear. Sometimes when we deal with difficult or painful situations it’s not so easy to “think” love due to fear, sadness or doubt. Remember our brain is not designed to deal with both feelings at the same time: sadness/fear and love/happiness. We cannot feel angry, sad, fearful when we smile. If you cannot “think” love or happiness or cannot smile, raise the ends of your lips in a mock smile. This will provoke a positive response in the body helping raising your frequency field, communicating your intention (sending Love energy). If you smile a bit harder you’ll experience miracles. A smile does have the power to positively affect your mood. Try this simple exercise and pay attention to your body when you do that: Try to relax first. Frown as much as you can and feel the tension in your body. Now smile, and then suddenly frown. Repeat this few times and feel the body’s sensations. Smile again. Increase the smile until you laugh. Laugh out loud allowing your body to laugh as well. Note how you feel. Happy, positive, refreshed? Apart from smiling if you add breathing techniques, the strength of your will and prayer you have an amazingly powerful boosting and manifestation tool. In healing sessions after we work on emotional releases, there is a time where be bring on a huge smile in order to seal healing. Many people I have coached in "boosting techniques" felt the energy more intense and their heart chakra if they used a smile. Happy smiling! Join Our Mailing List Email: Go

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एक स्मित शक्ती महान हसू लोकांना त्यांना इतर त्वरित आकर्षित करतो की एक ऊर्जा सरळ बाहेर येणे. आपल्या स्मित काम ... असं का? आम्ही स्मित तेव्हा आम्ही चेहऱ्यावर पंधरा स्नायू आकुंचन आणि आम्ही आमच्या संपूर्ण शरीर मध्ये 630 स्नायू बाहेर 230 स्नायू हलवा. तो काहीतरी नाही का? Standford विद्यापीठ फ्राय डॉ विल्यम मते, हसत संसर्ग मना जे रसायने सोडून आणि वेदना कमी करण्यासाठी मानवी मेंदू सुलभ होतं. हसत नाही फक्त उत्कृष्ट मेंदू व्यायाम आहे, तो देखील रक्ताभिसरण आणि हृदय दर वाढते. हसत चार मिनिटे आणि एक वरच्या शरीर workout म्हणून समान प्रभाव बाहेर काम नंतर चांगले 5 तास हसत पाच मिनिटे आहे. आम्ही चालना तेव्हा आपण आपले हृदय केंद्र (प्रेम) वापर (परिस्थितीत किंवा व्यक्ती दिशेने ऊर्जा पाठवा). प्रेम भीती विरोध करतो. कधी कधी आम्ही कठीण किंवा वेदनादायक सामोरे तेव्हा तो योग्य भीती, दु: ख किंवा शंका प्रेम "विचार" त्यामुळे सोपे नाही आहे. लक्षात ठेवा की आपला मेंदू एकाच वेळी दोन्ही भावना सामोरे केली नाही: दु: ख / भीती आणि प्रेम / आनंद. आम्ही स्मित, तेव्हा आम्ही राग, दु: खी, भयानक वाटत शकत नाही. आपण "विचार" असेल शकत नाही प्रेम किंवा आनंद किंवा स्मित करू शकत नाही, एक उपहास स्मित आपल्या ओठ समाप्त वाढवण्याची. हे आपल्या उद्देश (प्रेम ऊर्जा पाठवून) संप्रेषण, शरीर वारंवारता क्षेत्रात बदलता मदत सकारात्मक प्रतिसाद जाणार. आपण थोडा अजून स्मित असेल तर, तुम्हाला चमत्कार अनुभव करू. एक स्मित सकारात्मक आपल्या मूड परिणाम शक्ती असते. हे सोपे व्यायाम करण्याचा प्रयत्न करा आणि आपल्या शरीरात लक्ष द्या आपण असे करू तेव्हा पहिल्या आराम करण्याचा प्रयत्न. आपण हे करू शकता तितकी नापसंती व्यक्त करणे आणि आपल्या शरीरात ताण वाटत. आता स्मित आणि अचानक भिवई चढविणे. या काही वेळा पुनरावृत्ती आणि शरीराच्या संवेदना वाटते. पुन्हा स्मित. आपण हसत पर्यंत स्मित वाढवा. मोठ्याने आपल्या शरीरात तसेच हसत परवानगी बाहेर हसत. लक्षात ठेवा की आपल्याला कसे वाटते. आनंदी, सकारात्मक, समाधान? आपणास श्वास तंत्र जोडू तर हसत, आपल्या इच्छा आणि प्रार्थना शक्ती एक वेगळाच शक्तिशाली Boosting आणि प्रकटीकरण साधन आहे. आम्ही भावनिक प्रकाशन काम नंतर सत्र उपचार मध्ये, उपचार सील करण्यासाठी एक प्रचंड स्मित घेऊन जाऊ जेथे वेळ आहे. ते एक स्मित वापरले तर मी "चालना तंत्र" मध्ये प्रशिक्षक आहेत अनेक लोक ऊर्जा अधिक प्रखर आणि त्यांच्या अंत: करणात चक्र वाटले. आनंदी हसत! एक स्मित शक्ती महान हसू लोकांना त्यांना इतर त्वरित आकर्षित करतो की एक ऊर्जा सरळ बाहेर येणे. आपल्या स्मित काम ... असं का? आम्ही स्मित तेव्हा आम्ही चेहऱ्यावर पंधरा स्नायू आकुंचन आणि आम्ही आमच्या संपूर्ण शरीर मध्ये 630 स्नायू बाहेर 230 स्नायू हलवा. तो काहीतरी नाही का? Standford विद्यापीठ फ्राय डॉ विल्यम मते, हसत संसर्ग मना जे रसायने सोडून आणि वेदना कमी करण्यासाठी मानवी मेंदू सुलभ होतं. हसत नाही फक्त उत्कृष्ट मेंदू व्यायाम आहे, तो देखील रक्ताभिसरण आणि हृदय दर वाढते. हसत चार मिनिटे आणि एक वरच्या शरीर workout म्हणून समान प्रभाव बाहेर काम नंतर चांगले 5 तास हसत पाच मिनिटे आहे. आम्ही चालना तेव्हा आपण आपले हृदय केंद्र (प्रेम) वापर (परिस्थितीत किंवा व्यक्ती दिशेने ऊर्जा पाठवा). प्रेम भीती विरोध करतो. कधी कधी आम्ही कठीण किंवा वेदनादायक सामोरे तेव्हा तो योग्य भीती, दु: ख किंवा शंका प्रेम "विचार" त्यामुळे सोपे नाही आहे. लक्षात ठेवा की आपला मेंदू एकाच वेळी दोन्ही भावना सामोरे केली नाही: दु: ख / भीती आणि प्रेम / आनंद. आम्ही स्मित, तेव्हा आम्ही राग, दु: खी, भयानक वाटत शकत नाही. आपण "विचार" असेल शकत नाही प्रेम किंवा आनंद किंवा स्मित करू शकत नाही, एक उपहास स्मित आपल्या ओठ समाप्त वाढवण्याची. हे आपल्या उद्देश (प्रेम ऊर्जा पाठवून) संप्रेषण, शरीर वारंवारता क्षेत्रात बदलता मदत सकारात्मक प्रतिसाद जाणार. आपण थोडा अजून स्मित असेल तर, तुम्हाला चमत्कार अनुभव करू. एक स्मित सकारात्मक आपल्या मूड परिणाम शक्ती असते. हे सोपे व्यायाम करण्याचा प्रयत्न करा आणि आपल्या शरीरात लक्ष द्या आपण असे करू तेव्हा पहिल्या आराम करण्याचा प्रयत्न. आपण हे करू शकता तितकी नापसंती व्यक्त करणे आणि आपल्या शरीरात ताण वाटत. आता स्मित आणि अचानक भिवई चढविणे. या काही वेळा पुनरावृत्ती आणि शरीराच्या संवेदना वाटते. पुन्हा स्मित. आपण हसत पर्यंत स्मित वाढवा. मोठ्याने आपल्या शरीरात तसेच हसत परवानगी बाहेर हसत. लक्षात ठेवा की आपल्याला कसे वाटते. आनंदी, सकारात्मक, समाधान? आपणास श्वास तंत्र जोडू तर हसत, आपल्या इच्छा आणि प्रार्थना शक्ती एक वेगळाच शक्तिशाली Boosting आणि प्रकटीकरण साधन आहे. आम्ही भावनिक प्रकाशन काम नंतर सत्र उपचार मध्ये, उपचार सील करण्यासाठी एक प्रचंड स्मित घेऊन जाऊ जेथे वेळ आहे. ते एक स्मित वापरले तर मी "चालना तंत्र" मध्ये प्रशिक्षक आहेत अनेक लोक ऊर्जा अधिक प्रखर आणि त्यांच्या अंत: करणात चक्र वाटले. आनंदी हसत! एक स्मित शक्ती महान हसू लोकांना त्यांना इतर त्वरित आकर्षित करतो की एक ऊर्जा सरळ बाहेर येणे. आपल्या स्मित काम ... असं का? आम्ही स्मित तेव्हा आम्ही चेहऱ्यावर पंधरा स्नायू आकुंचन आणि आम्ही आमच्या संपूर्ण शरीर मध्ये 630 स्नायू बाहेर 230 स्नायू हलवा. तो काहीतरी नाही का? Standford विद्यापीठ फ्राय डॉ विल्यम मते, हसत संसर्ग मना जे रसायने सोडून आणि वेदना कमी करण्यासाठी मानवी मेंदू सुलभ होतं. हसत नाही फक्त उत्कृष्ट मेंदू व्यायाम आहे, तो देखील रक्ताभिसरण आणि हृदय दर वाढते. हसत चार मिनिटे आणि एक वरच्या शरीर workout म्हणून समान प्रभाव बाहेर काम नंतर चांगले 5 तास हसत पाच मिनिटे आहे. आम्ही चालना तेव्हा आपण आपले हृदय केंद्र (प्रेम) वापर (परिस्थितीत किंवा व्यक्ती दिशेने ऊर्जा पाठवा). प्रेम भीती विरोध करतो. कधी कधी आम्ही कठीण किंवा वेदनादायक सामोरे तेव्हा तो योग्य भीती, दु: ख किंवा शंका प्रेम "विचार" त्यामुळे सोपे नाही आहे. लक्षात ठेवा की आपला मेंदू एकाच वेळी दोन्ही भावना सामोरे केली नाही: दु: ख / भीती आणि प्रेम / आनंद. आम्ही स्मित, तेव्हा आम्ही राग, दु: खी, भयानक वाटत शकत नाही. आपण "विचार" असेल शकत नाही प्रेम किंवा आनंद किंवा स्मित करू शकत नाही, एक उपहास स्मित आपल्या ओठ समाप्त वाढवण्याची. हे आपल्या उद्देश (प्रेम ऊर्जा पाठवून) संप्रेषण, शरीर वारंवारता क्षेत्रात बदलता मदत सकारात्मक प्रतिसाद जाणार. आपण थोडा अजून स्मित असेल तर, तुम्हाला चमत्कार अनुभव करू. एक स्मित सकारात्मक आपल्या मूड परिणाम शक्ती असते. हे सोपे व्यायाम करण्याचा प्रयत्न करा आणि आपल्या शरीरात लक्ष द्या आपण असे करू तेव्हा पहिल्या आराम करण्याचा प्रयत्न. आपण हे करू शकता तितकी नापसंती व्यक्त करणे आणि आपल्या शरीरात ताण वाटत. आता स्मित आणि अचानक भिवई चढविणे. या काही वेळा पुनरावृत्ती आणि शरीराच्या संवेदना वाटते. पुन्हा स्मित. आपण हसत पर्यंत स्मित वाढवा. मोठ्याने आपल्या शरीरात तसेच हसत परवानगी बाहेर हसत. लक्षात ठेवा की आपल्याला कसे वाटते. आनंदी, सकारात्मक, समाधान? आपणास श्वास तंत्र जोडू तर हसत, आपल्या इच्छा आणि प्रार्थना शक्ती एक वेगळाच शक्तिशाली Boosting आणि प्रकटीकरण साधन आहे. आम्ही भावनिक प्रकाशन काम नंतर सत्र उपचार मध्ये, उपचार सील करण्यासाठी एक प्रचंड स्मित घेऊन जाऊ जेथे वेळ आहे. ते एक स्मित वापरले तर मी "चालना तंत्र" मध्ये प्रशिक्षक आहेत अनेक लोक ऊर्जा अधिक प्रखर आणि त्यांच्या अंत: करणात चक्र वाटले. आनंदी हसत!

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It is a genuine inclination to believe that Rajasthan is a desert yet it is difficult to ignore the fact that the region, in fact has a varied topography, and includes from semi-arid, desert-like conditions to the oldest mountains in the world, and lush. water-filled valleys.

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यह एक वास्तविक विश्वास है कि राजस्थान एक रेगिस्तान है झुकाव है फिर भी यह तथ्य यह क्षेत्र है, वास्तव में एक विविध स्थलाकृति है कि अनदेखी करने के लिए मुश्किल है, और दुनिया में सबसे पुराना पहाड़ों पर अर्द्ध शुष्क, रेगिस्तान जैसी स्थिति से शामिल है, और रसीला। पानी से भरे घाटियों।

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If I were a bird, I would like to be one of the small species, cute and beautiful. I would love to be a tiny maina who is beautiful, tiny and above all, it is a bird that man can keep as a pet. I would love to stay with men, study their ways and enjoy their company. This I would be able to do with men as, God has given the maina a power of speech just like men. It talks like a human being, has a sweet voice and, above all also has a great capacity to learn whatever it is taught. If I were to be a bird, I would like my life to be a beautiful blend of freedom of flying in the high skies and the love and care given by man. I see advantages in both and find it difficult to make a choice. My ambition as a bird would be able to fly high as high can be, like any other bird. This would give me an insight into what all exists in the atmosphere. I would also be able to assess first hand, the life of birds as a community, the advantages and the disadvantages they live with. I would share my experiences with my kin and understand the difficult ways of life. I would attain knowledge of lives of birds big and small as I would move with them and conversing with them while flying high in the air, or sitting on trees with my other colleagues.

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अगर मैं एक पक्षी निबंध थे

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One Of The Difficult Things In Life Is Having The Words In Your Heart That You Can Not Speak to anyone..--See more

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एक की मुश्किल चीजों में जीवन है होने के शब्दों में अपने दिल कि आप बात कर सकते हैं नहीं किसी को... -और अधिक देखने

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I used to get bored in the home with my father and mother in law, so sometimes I visited my friend’s house. It was one such day. I spent half of the day with my friend at her house. I lost track of time and it was 9:15 PM. In haste I left for my home. I had to walk at least 200 meters to get to the main street from where I could get some public transport.I saw a women in her 2-wheeler scooty and I asked her for a lift she was kind enough.I traveled half the distance with her and then had to get down as she had to turn and go somewhere else. My home was still far enough that I needed a public transport, I was hopeful. It was 10PM. I was on the street and it began to rain. It was the month of July which is rainy season here.Unlike other metro cities this city begins to shut down after 9. It becomes difficult to find any public transport after 9:30 and the streets tend to get lonely. On top of that it was raining heavily tonight.Soon i was completely wet in the rain. I was in a pink saree with a deep back and wide neck blouse.I am 5.6 feet tall and My skin color is fair with naturally toned body.

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QUERY LENGTH LIMIT EXCEDEED. MAX ALLOWED QUERY : 500 CHARS

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Homework, or a homework assignment, is a set of tasks assigned to students by their teachers to be completed outside the class. Common homework assignments may include a quantity or period of reading to be performed, writing or typing to be completed, problems to be solved, a school project to be built (such as a diorama or display), or other skills to be practiced. Contents 1 Main objectives and reasons for homework 2 Amount of homework required 3 Homework resources 3.1 Internet homework resources 3.2 Tutoring 4 Parental homework strategies 5 Teaching and homework effectiveness 6 Criticism 7 History of homework 7.1 In the United States 8 See also 9 Further reading 10 Notes and references 11 External links Main objectives and reasons for homework The basic objectives of assigning homework to students are the same as schooling in general: to increase the knowledge and improve the abilities and skills of the students.[1] However, opponents of homework cite homework as rote, or grind work, designed to take up children's time, without offering tangible benefit.[2] Homework may be designed to reinforce what students have already learned,[3] prepare them for upcoming (or complex or difficult) lessons, extend what they know by having them apply it to new situations, or to integrate their abilities by applying many different skills to a single task. Homework also provides an opportunity for parents to participate in their children's education. Amount of homework required This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (August 2008) A review by researchers at Duke University of more than 60 research studies on homework between 1987 and 2003 showed that within limits, there is a positive interaction between the amount of homework which is done and student achievement. The research synthesis also indicated that too much homework could be counterproductive. The research supports the '10-minute rule' - the widely accepted practice of assigning 10 minutes of homework per day per grade-level. For example, under this system, 1st graders would receive 10 minutes of homework per night while 5th graders would get 50 minutes' worth, 9th graders 90 minutes of homework, etc.[4] Harris Cooper,[5] a professor of psychology and chairman of the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke, said the research synthesis that he led showed the positive correlation was much stronger for secondary students --- those in grades seven through 12 --- than those in elementary school.[4] Many schools exceed these recommendations or do not considered assigned reading in the time limit worthwhile.[6] In the United Kingdom, recommendations on homework quantities were outlined by the then Department for Education in 1998. These ranged from 10 minutes daily reading for 5-year-olds, to up to 2.5 hours per day for the pupils in Year 11 aged 15 or 16

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गूगल trnslate

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"Man goes from one woman to another, goes on changing. People think he is a great lover; he is not a lover at all. He is avoiding, he is trying to avoid any deep involvement because with deep involvement problems have to be faced, and much pain has to be gone through. So one simply plays safe; one makes it a point never to go too deeply into somebody. If you go too deep you may not be able to come back easily. And if you go deeply into somebody, somebody else will go deeply into you also; it is always proportionate. If I go very deep in you the only way is to allow you also to go that deep in me. It is a give and take, it is a sharing. Then one may get entangled too much, and it will be difficult to escape and the pain may be much. So people learn how to play safe: just let surfaces meet — hit-and-run love affairs. Before you are caught, run.This is what is happening in the modern world. People have become so juvenile, so childish; they are losing all maturity.Maturity comes only when you are ready to face the pain of your being; maturity comes only when you are ready to take the challenge. And there is no greater challenge than love." ~ Osho

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Smoking cigarettes is a bad habit. Smoking leads to many deadly diseases. People begin to smoke for the fun of it. They think that it’s easy to stop all of a sudden. The truth is that it is very difficult to quit smoking. My uncle began smoking one cigarette a day. He now smokes more than thirty cigarettes a day. Some people get addicted to smoking and needs to smoke cigarettes continuously. It is called chain smoking. When we sit besides a smoker, we unknowingly breathe in smoke. This is called passive smoking which is equally bad for our health. If a pregnant woman smokes it is harmful for her child. Smoking is bad for our skin and cause cancer. Smokers have dark lips and bad breath. Constant smoking destroys our lungs. It causes mouth and lung cancer and slowly leads to loss of appetite. When we smoke the tobacco in the cigarette burns and we inhale the smoke. Smoking gradually destroys our body part and so it is a silent killer.

Hindi

धूम्रपान स्वास्थ्य के लिए और अपने परिवार के लिए हानिकारक है

Last Update: 2015-10-19
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Smoking cigarettes is a bad habit. Smoking leads to many deadly diseases. People begin to smoke for the fun of it. They think that it’s easy to stop all of a sudden. The truth is that it is very difficult to quit smoking. My uncle began smoking one cigarette a day. He now smokes more than thirty cigarettes a day. Some people get addicted to smoking and needs to smoke cigarettes continuously. It is called chain smoking. When we sit besides a smoker, we unknowingly breathe in smoke. This is called passive smoking which is equally bad for our health. If a pregnant woman smokes it is harmful for her child. Smoking is bad for our skin and cause cancer. Smokers have dark lips and bad breath. Constant smoking destroys our lungs. It causes mouth and lung cancer and slowly leads to loss of appetite. When we smoke the tobacco in the cigarette burns and we inhale the smoke. Smoking gradually destroys our body part and so it is a silent killer. Smoking cigarettes is a bad habit. Smoking leads to many deadly diseases. People begin to smoke for the fun of it. They think that it’s easy to stop all of a sudden. The truth is that it is very difficult to quit smoking. My uncle began smoking one cigarette a day. He now smokes more than thirty cigarettes a day. Some people get addicted to smoking and needs to smoke cigarettes continuously. It is called chain smoking. When we sit besides a smoker, we unknowingly breathe in smoke. This is called passive smoking which is equally bad for our health. If a pregnant woman smokes it is harmful for her child. Smoking is bad for our skin and cause cancer. Smokers have dark lips and bad breath. Constant smoking destroys our lungs. It causes mouth and lung cancer and slowly leads to loss of appetite. When we smoke the tobacco in the cigarette burns and we inhale the smoke. Smoking gradually destroys our body part and so it is a silent killer.

Hindi

धूम्रपान स्वास्थ्य के लिए और अपने परिवार के लिए हानिकारक है

Last Update: 2015-10-19
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Isuse related to single women and women in difficult circumstances

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अदृश्य दूर आँसू पोंछने के लिए सबसे मुश्किल r

Last Update: 2015-09-06
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Human interference with our environment is excessive, and the situation is rapidly worsening due to our population growth. Policies must therefore be changed. These policies affect basic economic, technological, and ideological structures. The way to these policy changes is in the “Deep Ecology” ecosophy (110). Deep ecology is a philosophical way of looking at our environmental problems that was founded in 1972 by Norwegian Arne Naess, a former head of the philosophy department at the University of Oslo. Naess’ writings show us what is wrong with the world and give us a blueprint by which we can bring about change. In its most basic form, deep ecology is a necessary wisdom, requiring humans to see themselves as part of the bigger picture. That picture is our sacred relationship with Earth and all beings. Many believe overpopulation, the greenhouse effect, global warming, and loss of habitat are no cause for alarm. Some, in fact, claim media and politicians perpetuate the hysteria regarding our environmental decline because they have something to gain by painting such a bad picture. Countless studies I have read or am personally involved with, however, have convinced me these problems are real and can be resolved if the following are supported: 1. Continued inquiry into the appropriate human roles on our planet. 2. Root cause analysis of unsustainable practices. 3. Reduction of human consumption. 4. Conservation and restoration of ecosystems. 5. A life of committed action for Earth. (Oslo 1973) The solution to our ecosystem mess is through the principles Dr. Naess has developed. These principles begin with a statement that all life, human and nonhuman, has intrinsic value. This means everything about life is valuable, including individuals, cultures, species, habitats, and populations. Another principle states that the diversity of life forms contribute to our appreciation of their value, but these forms also have value in and of themselves. A person with first hand experience, or one who works in the ecological field, is mindful of the live-and-let-live axiom but, unfortunately, most relate this only to humans. Naess makes it another principle that humans have no right to reduce riches, resources, and diversity of life, except to fulfill vital needs. Human interference with the nonhuman world is out of control and getting worse (Drengson). . Therefore, the another principle requires strategies be put in place for the first-world nations to overcome delusions and laziness on these issues The next principle requires a major change in the policies that affect our economic, technologic and ideological norms. Our society's values are geared toward wealth and technological advancement, which result in reckless buying and careless disposal of our mass waste (Burton 2002). We need to appreciate life’s quality instead of what society sets as standards. This is the next principle, but the notion is difficult to characterize since quality of life cannot be quantified. The last principle simply states that if you believe in what deep ecology teaches, then you should do your best to employ those changes. As you can see, the fundamental principles of deep ecology outlined in Arne Naess’ writings demand radical changes in our life. Changes that affect our population growth, hazardous waste, and global warming dilemmas must include birth control, recycling, and yielding sustainable resources for energy and building. Population growth drives or multiplies most of our environmental problems. Between 1900 and 1999, world population quadrupled. Just between 1960 and 1999 it more than doubled, from three billion to over six billion and currently, we are growing more than 80 million people every year (2002 World Population Data Sheet). This growth means more energy and resource needs, more land occupied, and more waste. As population and consumption increase, there are fewer resources available per person. At some point, there are not enough resources to go around, and scarcity occurs. Resource scarcity is the root of many problems. If there are not enough resources to adequately support the population, poverty results. Greater environmental destruction occurs, as people are forced to over-exploit the resource base (Burton 2002). Scarcity leads to discrimination, because when resources are scarce, someone gets less. Girls, women, ethnic or religious minorities, the poor, and the elderly are most often victims of this (Population Reference Bureau 2002). Scarcity also leads to migration, conflict between bands, tribes or nations as they fight to obtain resources. This has been evidenced by the Aztec people’s demise. We should teach the deep ecology philosophy in school when the kids are small. This will ensure that our earth’s future will be in the hands of humans who have appreciation of our world and its inhabitants, living and nonliving. It will teach harmony instead of killing and dominance because deep ecology discards the survival of the fittest concept. (Oslo 1973) In closing, the earth is a living entity that is being snuffed-out by too many people. Selfishness and egocentricity is rampant and these attitudes need to be changed. The deep ecology philosophy, if made available to the world will do this. Just as philosophies taught by Aristotle, Hume, and Kant have open the door to new thinking, so can Naess beliefs.

Hindi

पर्यावरण की मराठी निबंध महत्व

Last Update: 2015-07-13
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The experiences of sitting in the examination hall are really full of torture, great tension, mental agony and excitement, even if the examinee happens to be a topper in the class. He finds the prying and suspicious looks of the invigilators and the terror of the examiners highly discouraging. The fear of running short of time continuously haunts like a ghost. Really speaking, the very word ‘examination’ sends shivers to everyone’s spine, whether it is a public or a home examination. Even those of us who are meritorious and brilliant suffer from examination phobia. Sitting for an examination has been my old enemy since the day I had entered the portals of school. It started with the examination for admission. Now I am talking about my condition during my first public examination, conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi. My mind was gripped with all sorts of fear. A day before the examination, I went to see my centre at Ramjas Senior Secondary School, Anand Parbat, New Delhi. It was five kilometers away from my house. When I returned home, I told my parents of the situation of the school. My father assured to take me daily to the centre on his scooter, while going to his office. Finally, the great day arrived. I got up earlier than usual, had a quick bath and started revising my notes. The more I revised, the more I felt confused and upset. My mother advised me not to study any more but to take breakfast and give rest to my mind. I dropped my notes and put on a forced smile on my face just to look cheerful and composed to others. By this time, my father had also got ready. Both of us left home quite early since it was the first day of the ordeal. On reaching the centre, we saw a huge crowd of boys and girls outside the centre. Most of them were examinees flanked by well-wishers. The majority of the examinees were of my classmates. I was happy to see them. I could, however, note that each one of them had a peculiar kind of expression on his or her face. This was a proof to show that howsoever happy they looked outwardly; they were all fear-ridden like me. On the wall of the school building at the entrance, the list of examinees had been displayed. I saw my name and roll number given against the room in which my seat was placed. As the bell rang, we were directed to our seats by some kind invigilators. My seat was in a big hall. There was perfect stillness and deadly silence. Soon we were given answer-books in our seats by two invigilators. I wrote my Roll no. and filled other columns. After that I went through the instructions meant for us. I searched my pockets to ensure that there was no objectionable piece of paper in them. Another bell after sometime made all of us expectantly cautious. At the toll of it, we got our question papers. I closed my eyes and said my prayers to the God. This gave me long- awaited confidence and courage. I read the question paper fearlessly and found that it was neither too easy, nor too tough. It was an intelligent paper. I tick-marked all those questions, which I had intended to attempt. I first tried those questions which looked easy. They took me a much longer time as I wrote their answers very slowly. There was no time to raise my head and see what others were doing. I felt disturbed when one of the two invigilators came to check my admission card. I was busy writing my answers with returned confidence, when all of a sudden a roaring sound was heard. It was the commanding voice of an invigilator who had caught a student red-handed, copying the answer from the torn pages of a guide. The answer-book was taken back from him and a new one was supplied. To check if I would finish all the questions in time, I looked at the clock in the hall. I got nervous to see that only fifteen minutes were left and still there was one more question to be attempted. I started writing its answer with full vigour following the hard beats of my heart. I was greatly relieved that when the last bell rang, I had almost finished my paper. The invigilator came to my seat and took away the answer paper. I heaved a sigh of relief to know that the examination was, after all, not so difficult and shattering as I had thought it to be.

Hindi

स्कूल में मेरा पहला दिन पर निबंध

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