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Joe Ryan wins round three without too much trouble. He is listed in the starting rotation for 2022.

  1. Royce Lewis 40% (Martin 37%, Balazovic 23%)
  2. Austin Martin 65% (Balazovic 25%, Duran 7%, Woods-Richardson 2%)
  3. Joe Ryan 43% (Balazovic 27%, Miranda 24%, Duran 4%, Woods-Richardson 2%)

We still have enough pitchers so I’m going to add a position player for this round.

Jordan Balazovic was drafted by the Twins in the 5th round of the 2016 draft out of St. Martin’s High School in Mississauga, Ont. He had committed to pitching at Auburn, but the Twins overshot and signed him for a $515,000 bonus. He was one of the youngest players in the draft that summer due to a birthday in September and has since gone from 6’3″ 170 pounds to 6’5″ 215 pounds. On draft day, he impressed with his fastball control and a decent change. Since draft day, his fastball speed has increased from 89 MPH to 95 MPH and added downhill motion. The change has improved and it has added a good slider while maintaining its above average control. In 2019, he started the year at Cedar Rapids and was dominant (14.4 K/9, 1.7 BB/9) in four starts, earning him a promotion to Fort Myers. In 73 innings at this level, he again impressed with an 11.8 K/9 and 2.6 BB/9 and earned promotion in September to Double-A Pensacola for the playoffs. He is no longer a ‘dormant’ prospect after joining Royce Lewis at the MLB Futures Game at All-Star Weekend 2019. He also played for Team Canada at the Pan American Games that summer. Balazovic was one of St. Paul’s training site prospects in 2020. After getting off to a late start due to a back injury, Balazovic has spent 2021 pitching for Double-A Wichita. He made 20 starts with mixed results averaging less than 5 innings per start with an RA9 of 4.45. He had a great fastball and added a separator to complete it last summer. Expect to see him in St. Paul this summer with a possible debut with the Twins.

Jhoan Duran was signed in 2015 by the Diamondbacks as an international free agent from the Dominican Republic. He slowly moved up the rookie leagues by increasing foot count in his first two seasons (K/BB around 2, Run Average around 5). He showed modest improvement in 2017 with an improved strikeout rate and low A-ball promotion, but his ERA was still 4.24. His breakthrough came in pitching for Kane County in the Midwest League in 2018 with a 9.9 K/9 before the trade. The Twins acquired him at the deadline as part of Eduardo Escobar’s carry. Duran quickly impressed by pitching a 7-inning shutout in one of his first games as a core. He finished the 2018 season with a 10.3 K/9, 3.4 BB/9, and 4.65 AR/9 in 100-2/3 innings in the Midwest League. Core Manager (now Saints) Toby Gardenhire describes Duran like having “lead power…he makes guys hunt a lot in the zone. He’s got a really good arm, he’s got a four seam, he runs up there at almost 97 miles an hour. He can sinking him at 91, 92.” Baseball America calls his sinking fastball a “splinker” and said the Twins also improved his change and curve (good article with video). In 2019, he started at Fort Myers, posting an 11.0 K/9, 3.6 BB/9 and 3.35 RA in 78 innings, earning him a July promotion to Double-A. In Pensacola, he kept his strikeout rate at 10.0 K/9 and cut his walks to 2.2 BB/9, but his run average dropped to 4.86 in 37 innings. He has the stuff and the build (6’5” 230 lbs) to succeed at the major league level, but will need to learn to sequence his four pitches to be effective as a starting pitcher. He was added to the 40-man roster before 2020 and used an optional one-year training at the alternate training site. 2021 was set to be a big year for Duran with a promotion to Triple-A, but instead he pitched just 16 innings due to injury. 2022 will be a breakthrough season with Duran using his 3rd option. Sending him to the bullpen is a possibility if he is unable to earn a promotion as a starting pitcher by midseason.

Simeon Woods-Richardson began his professional career in the Dishes organization after making him their 2018 second-round pick. He went from high school in Sugar Land, TX to rookie ball that summer in the Gulf Coast League and dominated 5 games at that level. This earned him promotion to the Appalachian League team for his last 2 starts of the summer and his last line was 13.5 K/9 and 6.5 K/BB. The Mets promoted him to singles A Columbia and he continued to impress with an 11.1 K/9 and 5.7 K/BB in 78.1 innings. His time at Columbia was cut short when he was traded to the Blue Jays as part of the Mets deal for Marcus Stroman. The Blue Jays promoted him to Dunedin and Woods-Richardson finished the year strong at that level. He was named to multiple Top 100 prospect lists following the 2019 season and once again after COVID-19 halted the 2020 minor league season. He started the 2021 season with another promotion to Double-A New Hampshire but had mixed results. He was still knocking out players (13.3 K/9) but his walk rate soared (5.7 BB/9) as his control suffered from free time. He was appointed to Composition of the American team for the Olympic Games and in Tokyo was swapped to twins as part of the package for Jose Berrios. After winning an Olympic silver medal, he joined the Twins organization in Wichita. He continued to struggle with the steps, but it’s important to realize that at age 20 he was throwing Double-As when many players his age were still undrafted amateurs. Expect him to start the 2021 season at Double-A to work on his control. If he is able to return to his previous form, he could be a mainstay in the Twins rotation as early as 2023.

Puerto Rican Jose Miranda was the 73rd overall pick in 2016 MLB Draft. He made his debut with the GCL Twins and hit .227 while playing three positions in the field. In 2017, the Twins sent him to Elizabethton and played him mostly in 2B because the team had Andrew Bechtold in 3B. Miranda improved at the plate in 2017 hitting .283/.340/.484 in 247 plate appearances. In 2018, he split time defensively between second base and third. He started the season at Cedar Rapids and hit .277/.326/.434 in 104 games. He earned a late-season promotion to Fort Myers and initially struggled to bat .216 in 27 games to finish the season, but he hit .400 with two homers in the playoffs, helping the Miracle to win the Florida State League Championship. The Twins sent him back to Fort Myers and in 2019 and he continued to split time at 2B and 3B with a bit of SS for good measure. His swing is designed to get the ball over the fence, but Fort Myers is a tough place to hit dingers and Miranda only hit 8 HR while chopping .248/.299/.364. He started 2021 at Double-A Wichita and had no trouble hitting that level posting a .345/.408/.588 slash line and earning a promotion to Triple-A. With the Saints, he maintained that production level hitting .343/.397/.563 – enough to earn him the Twins Award for Best Minor League Hitter. He seems best suited for 3B but the Twins have groomed him for a utility role by playing him fairly regularly at 2B and 1B. Miranda is ready to contribute to the Twins now and should get her chance next summer.

Gilberto Celestino was signed as an international free agent by the Houston Astros for a bonus of $2.5 million in 2015. He ranked as the #7 international perspective this signing period. As an outfielder who throws left and hits right, a combination that mostly worked for Rickey Henderson, he is a rarity. He runs fast and throws hard, which has earned him an excellent reputation as an outfielder. After hitting .268/.331/.379 as an 18-year-old in the Appalachian League, the Astros promoted him to the New York-Penn league in 2018. He hit .323/.387/. 480 for the Tri-City Valley Cats. . Celestino was acquired along with Jorge Alcala in 2018 in exchange for reliever Ryan Pressly. After being acquired by the twins he was sent back to the Appalachian League to play with the Elizabethton Twins instead of being assigned to Cedar Rapids. He finished the 2018 season with .266/.308/.349 which was a downgrade from his past performances in the same league. He made his 2019 debut at Cedar Rapids and hit .276/.350/.409 with plenty of doubles and excellent defense. He earned a late-season promotion to Fort Myers and hit .300/.333/.433 in 33 AP at that level. He was added to the 40-man roster to ensure he wasn’t selected in the 2019 draft. He used an option in 2020 while working at St. Paul. In 2021, he started the season at Wichita with .250/.344/.381 in 21 games before a Byron Buxton injury necessitated his big league debut. He has terrific tools and is considered an average MLB defender in center field, but struggled at the plate with just .136 as a Twin. Celestino was demoted to Triple-A St. Paul and adjusted well to that level hitting .290/.384/.443 in 49 games to end the season. Look for him to get more development time at Triple-A with another call likely in 2022.

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2020 Prospect Voting: Round 4

  • 51%

    Jordan Balazovic

    (40 votes)

  • 2%

    Simeon Woods-Richardson

    (2 voices)

  • 1%

    Gilberto Celestino

    (1 vote)


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Twinkie Town 2022 Prospects Vote: Round 3 | Minnesota Twins’ top prospects https://katsushika.org/twinkie-town-2022-prospects-vote-round-3-minnesota-twins-top-prospects/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://katsushika.org/twinkie-town-2022-prospects-vote-round-3-minnesota-twins-top-prospects/

Austin Martin handily won the second round of our vote. There should be an incentive to buy a Saints ticket this summer.

  1. Royce Lewis 40% (Martin 37%, Balazovic 23%)
  2. Austin Martin 65% (Balazovic 25%, Duran 7%, Woods-Richardson 2%)

We have five players per ballot. I’ll try to make sure we have a mix of throwing and hitting perspectives on the roster, but this round is pretty heavy on pitchers.

Jordan Balazovic was drafted by the Twins in the 5th round of the 2016 draft at St. Martin High School in Mississauga, Ont. He had pledged to pitch at Auburn, but the Twins surpassed the niche and signed him for a bonus of $ 515,000. He was one of the youngest players in the draft that summer due to a birthday in September and has since gone from 6’3 “170 lbs to 6’5” 215 lbs. On draft day, he impressed with his mastery of the fastball and a decent change. Since draft day, his fastball speed has increased from 89 MPH to 95 MPH and added downhill motion. The change improved and he added a good slider while still keeping his order above average. In 2019, he started the year at Cedar Rapids and topped (14.4 K / 9, 1.7 BB / 9) in four starts, winning a promotion to Fort Myers. In 73 innings at this level, he impressed again with an 11.8 K / 9 and 2.6 BB / 9 and was promoted in September to Double-A Pensacola for the playoffs. He is no longer a “sleeper” prospect after joining Royce Lewis at the MLB Futures Game at All-Star Weekend 2019. He also performed for Team Canada at the Pan American Games that summer. Balazovic was one of the hopes for St. Paul’s training site in 2020. After making a late start with a back injury, Balazovic spent 2021 pitching for Double-A Wichita. He made 20 starts with mixed results averaging less than 5 innings per start with an RA9 of 4.45. He had a great fastball and added a separator to complete it last summer. Expect to see him at Saint-Paul this summer with a possible debut with the Twins.

Jhoan Duran was signed in 2015 by the Diamondbacks as an international free agent of the Dominican Republic. He slowly worked his way up the rookie ranks by increasing the number of pedestrians in his first two seasons (K / BB around 2, Run Average around 5). He showed modest improvement in 2017 with an improved strikeout rate and weak A-ball promotion, but his ERA was still 4.24. His breakthrough came from throwing for Kane County in the Midwest League in 2018 with a 9.9 K / 9 before the trade. The Twins acquired it at the deadline as part of the transport of Eduardo Escobar. Duran quickly impressed, throwing a 7-innings shutout in one of his first games as a Kernel. He finished the 2018 season with a score of 10.3K / 9, 3.4 BB / 9 and 4.65 RA / 9 in 100-2 / 3 innings in the Midwest League. Core Manager (now Saints) Toby Garden rental described Duran like having a “powerful tightener … he causes guys to hunt a lot in the area.” I have a really good arm, he has a four stitch machine, he runs almost 97 miles an hour. He can sink it at 91, 92. Baseball America calls his fastball sinking a “spark gap” and said the Twins also improved his change and his curve (good article with video). In 2019, he started at Fort Myers, posting an 11.0 K / 9, 3.6 BB / 9 and 3.35 RA in 78 innings, which earned him a promotion in July to Double-A. At Pensacola, he kept his strikeout rate at 10.0K / 9 and reduced his goals to 2.2BB / 9, but his run average increased to 4.86 in 37 innings. He has the makings and build (6’5 “230 lbs) to be successful at the major league level, but will need to learn how to sequence his four throws to be effective as a starting pitcher. He was added to the list of 40 men before 2020 and used an optional training year at the alternative training site. 2021 was about to be a big year for Duran with a promotion to triple A, but instead he didn’t pitched just 16 innings due to injury. 2022 will be a decisive season with Duran using his 3rd option. Sending him to the pen is a possibility if he is unable to secure promotion as as a starting pitcher by mid-season.

Simeon Woods-Richardson began his professional career in the Food organization after making him his second-round pick in 2018. He went from high school in Sugar Land, TX to rookie ball that summer in the Gulf Coast League and has dominated in 5 games at that level. This earned him a promotion to the Appalachian League team for his last 2 starts of the summer and his final line was a 13.5 K / 9 and 6.5 K / BB. The Mets promoted him to singles at Columbia and he continued to impress with 11.1 K / 9 and 5.7 K / BB in 78.1 innings. His time at Columbia was cut short when he was traded to the Blue Jays as part of the Mets’ Marcus Stroman deal. The Blue Jays promoted him to rank A Dunedin and Woods-Richardson finished the year strong at that level. He was named to several Top 100 Prospects lists following the 2019 season and again after COVID-19 interrupted the 2020 minor league season. He started the 2021 season with another promotion to Double-A New Hampshire but has had mixed results. He was still taking players out (13.3K / 9) but his walk rate soared (5.7BB / 9) as his control suffered from free time. He was appointed to Composition of the United States team for the Olympics and while in Tokyo was traded to twins as part of the package for José Berrios. After winning an Olympic silver medal, he joined the Twins organization in Wichita. He continued to struggle on walks, but it’s important to realize that at 20 he was pitching in Double-A when many players his age were still undrafted amateurs. Expect him to start the 2021 season at Double-A to work on his control. If he manages to regain his previous form, he could be a mainstay of the Twins’ rotation as early as 2023.

Puerto Rican Jose Miranda was the 73rd overall pick in 2016 MLB Draft. He made his debut with the GCL Twins and reached .227 playing three positions in the infield. In 2017, the Twins sent him to Elizabethton and made him play mostly 2G because the team had Andrew Bechtold at 3B. Miranda improved at the plate in 2017, hitting 0.283 / .340 / 0.484 in 247 appearances at the plate. In 2018, he split the time defensively between second and third. He started the season at Cedar Rapids and scored 0.277 / 0.326 / 0.434 in 104 games. He got a late-season promotion at Fort Myers and initially struggled to beat 0.216 in 27 games to end the season, but he reached 0.400 with two homers in the playoffs, helping the Miracle win the Florida State league championship. The Twins sent him back to Fort Myers and into 2019 and he continued to split the time at 2G and 3G with a bit of SS for good measure. Her swing is designed to get the ball over the fence, but Fort Myers is a tough place to hit dingers and Miranda only hit 8 HR while cutting 0.248 / 0.299 / 0.364. He started 2021 in Double-A Wichita and had no problem reaching that level by posting a .345 / .408 / .588 slash line and getting promoted to Triple-A. With the Saints, he kept that production level up to .343 / .397 / .563 – enough to earn him the Twins award for top hitter in the minor leagues. He seems to be best suited for 3B, but the Twins have prepared him for a utilitarian role by playing him fairly regularly at 2G and 1B. Miranda is ready to contribute to the Twins now and should have her chance next summer.

Joe Ryan was drafted in the 7th round of the 2018 MLB Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays. He spent his college days pitching for the Cal State Stanislaus Warriors and was named a Division 2 All-American as a senior while leading all varsity baseball with 127 K. His minor league debut in 2018 for the Hudson Valley at low A went well with 3.5 BBs. / 9 and 12.6 K / 9 in 36.1 IP. He had an exceptional season in 2019 winning two in-season promotions to double A while posting 183K against 23BB in 123.1 IP. This impressed the Rays enough to be named him the 2019 minor league pitcher of the year. The 2020 minor league season has been called off and Ryan has spent that year training with the Rays at the alternative training site. He started the season well by pitching for Triple-A Durham (1.6 BB / 9, 11.8 K / 9) catching the attention of Sports Illustrated before joining the US Olympic baseball team. While with the US Olympic team, Ryan was traded to the Twins as part of the package for Nelson Cruz. In Tokyo, he threw 10.1 IP with a 1.74 ERA and took a win over Israel. Once back in the Twins’ organization, it only took two games for St. Paul to convince the team to promote him to the big leagues. With the Twins, he made 5 starts, with a 1.7 BB / 9, a 10.1 K / 9 and a 4.05 RA9 in 26.2 IP. Barring injury, he will spend 2022 in the starting rotation of the Twins.

Survey

2022 outlook vote: 3rd round

  • 30%

    Jordan balazovic

    (30 votes)

  • 3%

    Simeon Woods-Richardson

    (3 voices)


100 votes in total

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Canoe races: Lisa Carrington inspires a new generation of small town heroes https://katsushika.org/canoe-races-lisa-carrington-inspires-a-new-generation-of-small-town-heroes/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 18:08:44 +0000 https://katsushika.org/canoe-races-lisa-carrington-inspires-a-new-generation-of-small-town-heroes/ Newly appointed Dame Lisa Carrington opens up to NZ Herald Focus’s Cheree Kinnear during a hectic 2021, reconnecting with her family after Tokyo and what lies ahead as she commits to another Olympic cycle . Video / Andrew Warner / Photosport

It’s not long after 6.30am, but already there is some excited chatter in the air. A group of young people have gathered for their morning paddle, but this is not just an ordinary training session at the

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The Animated Fantasy POUPELLE OF CHEMNEY TOWN opens Friday in three theaters in Saint-Louis https://katsushika.org/the-animated-fantasy-poupelle-of-chemney-town-opens-friday-in-three-theaters-in-saint-louis/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 16:55:14 +0000 https://katsushika.org/the-animated-fantasy-poupelle-of-chemney-town-opens-friday-in-three-theaters-in-saint-louis/

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The Animated Fantasy POUPELLE OF CHIMNEY TOWN opens in St. Louis on Friday at Marcus Ronnie’s Cinema, Marcus Des Peres Cinema and AMC CLASSIC Chesterfield 14

Chimney Town Doll is the story of young Lubicchi living among the thick smoke of the chimneys of his isolated town, yearning to see the “stars” – to know the truth – that his father always told him about. One Halloween night, he meets Poupelle, a man made of trash, and together they gaze at the sky as their adventure begins. Spectacularly beautiful, filled with inspiring performances and splendid music and sound effects, and produced at Tokyo’s famous STUDIO4ºC, Chimney Town Doll brings laughter, tears and joy.

Movie stars Tony hale (Baby doll), Antonio Raul Corbo (Lubicchi), Etienne Racine (Bruno), Misty lee (Lola) and Hasan Minhaj (Scoop). Duration: 100 minutes.

Chimney Town Doll was an official selection at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and this year’s Fantasia Film Festival. It won the Japan Academy Film Prize for Animation of the Year and has been screened at film festivals around the world.

Eleven Arts, the Los Angeles-based distribution company known for bringing high-quality Japanese animation from world-renowned studios to North America, today announced the release of a breathtaking animated feature film. and moving. Chimney Town Doll in theaters nationwide from December 30, 2021. Chimney Town Poupelle, created at the famous STUDIO4ºC in Tokyo and directed by Yusuke Hirota, is based on the successful picture book and screenplay by internationally renowned Japanese comedian and illustrator Akihiro Nishino. Chimney Town Doll had its world premiere in English at the Animation Is Film Festival in Los Angeles.

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Cape Town named one of prettiest cities to visit at night, new study reveals – SAPeople https://katsushika.org/cape-town-named-one-of-prettiest-cities-to-visit-at-night-new-study-reveals-sapeople/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 15:20:12 +0000 https://katsushika.org/cape-town-named-one-of-prettiest-cities-to-visit-at-night-new-study-reveals-sapeople/
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Cape Town is one of Africa’s most popular cities to visit at night, according to Instagram posts.

Cape Town is the fifth most popular nightlife city in Africa, with more than 2,400 Instagram hashtags, according to a new study. The study of over 250 of the world’s most populous cities was conducted by Premier Inn.

The number of hashtags for #citybynight has been counted and compared for cities in the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand, Europe, Africa, South America and Asia.

Top 10 most popular night cities in Africa

In Africa, Casablanca, known as the Gateway to Morocco, is the most popular city for nighttime Instagramming – with over 25,800 hashtags, more than any other African city analyzed, and narrowly missing the top 20. world rankings.

In second place, Cairo – with 4,100 hashtags – is another favorite option for evening snaps with nighttime photos of al-Muizz Street and the Cairo Tower, with Rabat in Algiers and Cape Town also being part of the top five.

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Cape Town by night. Photo: Pixabay

Johannesburg was ranked 9th with 118 hashtags.

Top 20 most popular nightlife towns in the world

It should come as no surprise that the world’s most popular nightlife is the ‘city of love’, Paris – with over a million hashtags for photos of Paris at night, followed by London at number two with just over 231,000 hashtags. Athens, Rome and Warsaw are also in the Top 5.

Europe has proven to be extremely popular, with 18 of the top 20 cities located on the continent. In particular, it was France that was the most popular country to explore after dark, with five cities in the top 20 of the most popular: Paris, Lyon, Toulouse, Bordeaux and Marseille.

Dubai typically experiences between 8 and 10 hours of sunshine per day, but the popular UAE-based tourist destination ranked as the most beautiful city to visit at night in Asia, with 71,500 hashtags. Dubai and Tokyo were also among the top 20 global cities with the most nightly hashtags.

Only one city in the United States is in the top 20 world cities with the most night photos – with New York City ranking 14th with more than 50,000 hashtags.

A Premier Inn spokesperson noted that wherever you go, “you’ll likely see a different side of the city that you visit after the sun goes down. The monuments are illuminated, the city’s skylines come alive, and you experience your chosen destination in a whole new way.

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Texas town rained fish this week during bizarre weather event https://katsushika.org/texas-town-rained-fish-this-week-during-bizarre-weather-event/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 18:46:29 +0000 https://katsushika.org/texas-town-rained-fish-this-week-during-bizarre-weather-event/

It is it’s raining fish in East Texas – but it’s nothing too much out of the ordinary.

Earlier this week, residents of Texarkana reported small fish falling from the sky during what appeared to be a period weather event. The reality was more mundane: The swimmers, many of them palm-sized, were likely picked up by a waterspout and fell back to earth as it lost momentum, the town told residents in a report. Facebook post.

Fish showers are an example of “animal rain,” the city explained, and “although it’s rare,” it can happen when the weather is perfect – and the fish are just light enough.

Animals didn’t originate in the sky until they started to rain, of course – instead, they were picked up from the ground by powerful downpours, which start in the air and descend to the surface of the water. As these waterspouts gain momentum, the vortex in the center of the waterspouts may begin to pick up small, light objects, including fish. And when the waterspout loses energy, these small objects will fall back, explains the Library of Congress.

According to National geography, including birds, bats, frogs and snakes.

The residents of Texarkana were obviously relatively baffled by the bizarre weather event. Tim Brigham told CNN affiliate KSLA he thought it was “pretty cool” to see tiny fish falling from the sky and useful too – he said he “started getting me a bucket and scooping them up for fishing bait”. Discount Wheel and Tire employees stepped away from the tires and instead began cleaning up the surprise seafood platter in their parking lot.

Others shared photos of their own fish finds in their backyards after the city’s Facebook page asked them to “show us your fish photos.” Most of them were no bigger than the palm of the resident’s hand who took the photo.

The Texarkana animal rain may be one of the only recorded cases of the phenomenon in the state, but California last saw the same in 2017, when primary school officials in Oroville reported that 100 fish fell from the sky and on school property. Fish have fallen from the sky in the town of Lajamanu in Australia’s Northern Territory at least three times in the past 30 years, according to the Weather channel.

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