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21st Century Buddhism and Meditation Podcast 21st Century Buddhism, The IDP Podcast, features weekly lectures and discussions IDP Teachers, Interviews with well known authors and personalities and artful explorations of Buddhist teachings in the form of sound collages, and spoken word pieces.

Recent Guest Lectures have included: 12 Step Buddhist's Darren Littlejohn, Sharon Salzberg, Brad Warner, Acharya Arawana Hayashi, David Nichtern, Author Susan Piver, Roshi O'Hara, Acharya Eric Spiegel, Author Sera Beak, Sustainability Expert Jane Poynter, Eco-Journalist Simran Sethi, Filmmaker John Ankele, Author Daniel Goleman, 2012 Author Daniel Pinchbeck, What Would Jesus Buy's Reverend Billy, Purna Steinitz, Dr. Miles Neale, Elizabeth Reid, Chas DiCapua, Gina Sharpe, Robert Chender, David Loy, Colin Beavan a.k.a. "No Impact Man", Kyabgon Phakchok Rinpoche, Author Dr. Jonathan Kaplan, Acharya Adam Lobel, Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown, Acharya Fleet Maull, Michael Stone, Hozan Alan Senauke, Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche and Lodro Rinzler

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Podcast Ethan Nicthern and Meredith Arena discuss Your Emoticons Won't Save You Part 02 (Podcast)
Thursday, February 2, 2012 - 12:22am

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Ethan Nicthern and Meredith Arena discuss Your Emoticons Won't Save You Part 02

This week Meredith Arena interviews ID Project founder Ethan Nichtern on his new book, Your Emoticons Won't Save You. This is the second of a two part interview.

Ethan Nichtern is a Shastri or senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. At 33, he is currently the youngest empowered Senior Teacher in the global Shambhala community. He is on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and has lectured at Brown, Wesleyan, Yale and New York Universities, as well as at meditation and yoga centers and conferences around the world. His writing has been featured on The Huffington Post, Beliefnet, Tricycle Magazine, BuddhaDharma Magazine, Reality Sandwich, as well as other online publications. 

His new book is available for order as a limited print, individually signed edition on his website, ethannichtern.com, or as an ebook via Amazon Kindle, iBooks, or Nook.

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Podcast Ethan Nicthern and Meredith Arena discuss Your Emoticons Won't Save You Part 01 (Podcast)
Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 8:43pm

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Ethan Nicthern and Meredith Arena discuss Your Emoticons Won't Save You Part 01

This week Meredith Arena interviews ID Project founder Ethan Nichtern on his new book, Your Emoticons Won't Save You. This is the first of a two part interview.

Ethan Nichtern is a Shastri or senior teacher in the Shambhala Buddhist tradition. At 33, he is currently the youngest empowered Senior Teacher in the global Shambhala community. He is on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and has lectured at Brown, Wesleyan, Yale and New York Universities, as well as at meditation and yoga centers and conferences around the world. His writing has been featured on The Huffington Post, Beliefnet, Tricycle Magazine, BuddhaDharma Magazine, Reality Sandwich, as well as other online publications. 

His new book is available for order as a limited print, individually signed edition on his website, ethannichtern.com, or as an ebook via Amazon Kindle, iBooks, or Nook.

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Video Anne Waldman Reading @ Occupy Your Heart (Video)
Thursday, December 29, 2011 - 10:20pm

Anne Waldman reads original and traditional poetry works at the IDP's "Occupy Your Heart" Holiday Party and Fundraiser on Dec. 8th, 2011.

Videography by Skye McLeod
Post-Production by Patrick Groneman

Video Jean-Claude van Itallie & Anne Waldman Speak @ Occupy Your Heart (Video)
Thursday, December 29, 2011 - 7:45pm

Jean-Claude van Itallie and Anne Waldman share some words with the gathering at the IDP's "Occupy Your Heart" Holiday Party and Fundraiser on Dec. 8th, 2011.

Part 2 Features a Reading by Anne Waldman

"Change Your Mind to Change the World"

Videography by Skye McLeod
Post-Production by Patrick Groneman

IDP Yearlong Training Immersion Q&A
Sunday, December 25, 2011 - 11:33pm

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Interested in participating in the IDP Yearlong Immersion Training?  This discussion, led by Kimberly Brown and other graduates of the program, answers common questions about the training, and offers insight into the experience and benefits of participation. 

Details on the 2013 Immersion are available at this link:  http://theidproject.org/node/2055

 

Podcast Radical Buddhism and the Paradox of Acceptance with Ethan Nichtern Part Two (Podcast)
Wednesday, December 14, 2011 - 3:49pm

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Radical Buddhism and the Paradox of Acceptance with Ethan Nichtern Part Two

This week's podcast features a lecture by Ethan Nichtern titled "Radical Buddhism and the Paradox of Acceptance." The lecture was given on November 10th 2011 in Portland Oregon. This is the second of a two part podcast.

Buddhism is often misunderstood as a passive, even self-indulgent, discipline.  Ethan Nichtern explains how the rigorous practice of mindfulness and self-acceptance can radically and practically transform ourselves and the world.  By letting go of habits and assumptions, we begin to understand our true motivations and intentions, allowing us to create wise solutions to global problems such as consumerism, environmental damage, and societal inequity.  This topic is of great importance in times of social upheaval and protest movements such as we are experiencing today.

Shastri Ethan Nichtern is the founding director and Senior Teacher in Residence of the Interdependence Project. For the past eight years, Ethan has taught ongoing meditation and Buddhist psychology classes and retreats in New York City and around North America. He is on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and lectures regularly at Brown, Wesleyan, and New York Universities. His new book "Your Emoticons Won't Save You" will be released in January 2012.

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Podcast Radical Buddhism and the Paradox of Acceptance with Ethan Nichtern Part One (Podcast)
Wednesday, December 7, 2011 - 6:15pm

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Radical Buddhism and the Paradox of Acceptance with Ethan Nichtern Part One

This week's podcast features a lecture by Ethan Nichtern titled "Radical Buddhism and the Paradox of Acceptance." The lecture was given on November 10th 2011 in Portland Oregon. This is the first of a two part podcast.

Buddhism is often misunderstood as a passive, even self-indulgent, discipline.  Ethan Nichtern explains how the rigorous practice of mindfulness and self-acceptance can radically and practically transform ourselves and the world.  By letting go of habits and assumptions, we begin to understand our true motivations and intentions, allowing us to create wise solutions to global problems such as consumerism, environmental damage, and societal inequity.  This topic is of great importance in times of social upheaval and protest movements such as we are experiencing today.

Shastri Ethan Nichtern is the founding director and Senior Teacher in Residence of the Interdependence Project. For the past eight years, Ethan has taught ongoing meditation and Buddhist psychology classes and retreats in New York City and around North America. He is on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and lectures regularly at Brown, Wesleyan, and New York Universities. His new book "Your Emoticons Won't Save You" will be released in January 2012.

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Podcast Tonglen Practice with Ethan Nichtern Part 02 (Podcast)
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - 7:36pm

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Tonglen Practice with Ethan Nichtern Part 02

This week's podcast features a lecture by Ethan Nichtern on the practice of Tonglen. The lecture was given on October 24th 2011 in New York City. This is the second of a two part podcast.

Translated as "giving and taking" Tonglen is practice where one visualizes taking on the suffering of others and offering happiness in return.  A training in dissolving the boundaries we normally place between the "self" and "other," this powerful practice focuses on opening the heart to new possibilities of relating with the world.

 

Shastri Ethan Nichtern is the founding director and Senior Teacher in Residence of the Interdependence Project. For the past eight years, Ethan has taught ongoing meditation and Buddhist psychology classes and retreats in New York City and around North America. He is on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and lectures regularly at Brown, Wesleyan, and New York Universities. His new book "Your Emoticons Won't Save You" will be released in January 2012.

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Podcast Tonglen Practice with Ethan Nichtern Part 01 (Podcast)
Wednesday, November 23, 2011 - 5:33pm

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Tonglen Practice by Ethan Nichtern Part 01

This weeks podcast features a lecture by Ethan Nichtern on the practice of Tonglen. The lecture was given on October 24th 2011 in New York City. This is the first of a two part podcast.

Translated as "giving and taking" Tonglen is practice where one visualizes taking on the suffering of others and offering happiness in return.  A training in dissolving the boundaries we normally place between the "self" and "other," this powerful practice focuses on opening the heart to new possibilities of relating with the world.

 

Shastri Ethan Nichtern is the founding director and Senior Teacher in Residence of the Interdependence Project. For the past eight years, Ethan has taught ongoing meditation and Buddhist psychology classes and retreats in New York City and around North America. He is on the part-time faculty at Eugene Lang College at New School University and lectures regularly at Brown, Wesleyan, and New York Universities. His new book "Your Emoticons Won't Save You" will be released in January 2012.

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Podcast Ethan Nichtern, David Loy and Michael Stone discuss Occupy Wall Street Part 02 (Podcast)
Wednesday, November 16, 2011 - 12:07pm

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Ethan Nichtern, David Loy and Michael Stone discuss Occupy Wall Street Part 02

This week ID Project founder Ethan Nicthern interviews David Loy and Michael Stone as they discuss the Occupy Wall Street Movement as it relates to Buddhist Practice and Philosophy. This is the second of a two part interview.

Ethan Nichtern is the founder and principle teacher for the Interdependence Project. His forthcoming book Your Emoticons Won't Save You will be released in January 2012.

 

David Loy, PhD is a professor, writer, and Zen teacher. His articles appear regularly in the Tricycle, Turning Wheel, Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma, as well as in a variety of scholarly journals. David lectures nationally and internationally on various topics, focusing primarily on the encounter between Buddhism and modernity.

 

Michael Stone is a psychotherapist, dharma teacher, yoga teacher, author and activist, committed to the integration of traditional teachings with contemporary psychological and philosophical understanding. He leads Centre of Gravity Sangha, a thriving community in Toronto.He also maintains a dedicated workshop and retreat schedule in communities internationally. You can visit his website at www.centreofgravity.org

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Podcast: Ethan Nichtern, David Loy and Michael Stone discuss Occupy Wall Street Part 01
Thursday, November 10, 2011 - 2:45pm

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Ethan Nichtern, David Loy and Michael Stone discuss Occupy Wall Street Part 01

This week ID Project founder Ethan Nicthern interviews David Loy and Michael Stone as they discuss the Occupy Wall Street Movement as it relates to Buddhist Practice and Philosophy. This is the first of a two part interview.

Ethan Nichtern is the founder and principle teacher for the Interdependence Project. His forthcoming book Your Emoticons Won't Save You will be released in January 2012.

 

David Loy, PhD is a professor, writer, and Zen teacher. His articles appear regularly in the Tricycle, Turning Wheel, Shambhala Sun and Buddhadharma, as well as in a variety of scholarly journals. David lectures nationally and internationally on various topics, focusing primarily on the encounter between Buddhism and modernity.

 

Michael Stone is a psychotherapist, dharma teacher, yoga teacher, author and activist, committed to the integration of traditional teachings with contemporary psychological and philosophical understanding. He leads Centre of Gravity Sangha, a thriving community in Toronto.He also maintains a dedicated workshop and retreat schedule in communities internationally. You can visit his website at www.centreofgravity.org

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Podcast Interview with Jerry Kolber and Jennifer Fox - My Reincarnation Part Two (Podcast)
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - 8:40pm

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Interview with Jerry Kolber and Jennifer Fox - My Reincarnation Part Two

This week on the IDP Podcast, IDP member Jerry Kolber interviews Jennifer Fox. This is the second of a two part interview.

Jennifer Fox is an internationally acclaimed director, producer, camerawoman and educator. Her first film, Beirut: The Last Home Movie was broadcast in twenty countries, released theatrically in nine, and won seven international awards, including Best Documentary Film and Best Cinematography at the 1988 Sundance Film Festival. Jennifer has lectured and taught filmmaking internationally and run documentary training programs all over the world. She filmed her new feature documentary, My Reincarnation, over a twenty year period.

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Podcast Interview with Jerry Kolber and Jennifer Fox - My Reincarnation Part One (Podcast)
Friday, October 28, 2011 - 2:07pm

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Interview with Jennifer Fox - My Reincarnation Part One

This week on the IDP Podcast, IDP member Jerry Kolber interviews Jennifer Fox. This is the first of a two part interview.

Jennifer Fox is an internationally acclaimed director, producer, camerawoman and educator. Her first film, Beirut: The Last Home Movie was broadcast in twenty countries, released theatrically in nine, and won seven international awards, including Best Documentary Film and Best Cinematography at the 1988 Sundance Film Festival. Jennifer has lectured and taught filmmaking internationally and run documentary training programs all over the world. She filmed her new feature documentary, My Reincarnation, over a twenty year period.

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Podcast Interview with Tiffany Shlain - A Declaration of Interdependence (Podcast)
Thursday, September 29, 2011 - 3:10pm

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Interview with Tiffany Shlain - A Declaration of Interdependence

This week, ID Project founder Ethan Nicthern interviews Tiffany Shlain.

Tiffany Shlain is a filmmaker, artist, founder of The Webby Awards, co-founder of the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences and a Henry Crown Fellow of The Aspen Institute. Tiffany’s work with film, technology and activism has received 48 awards and distinctions and her last four films have premiered at Sundance. Her films include “Life, Liberty & The Pursuit of Happiness,” about reproductive rights in America and a feature-length film and internet project, “Connected: A Declaration of Interdependence." A celebrated thinker and speaker, Tiffany has advised Secretary of State Clinton and is on the advisory board of M.I.T.’s Geospatial Lab.

 

Connected is now in theaters in LA and Seattle and will be opening in NYC at the Angelika on Oct 14. Click here to view the trailer.

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Podcast Interview with Gil Fronsdal - The Evolution of American Buddhism Part 2 (Podcast)
Thursday, September 15, 2011 - 6:22pm

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Interview with Gil Fronsdal - The Evolution of American Buddhism Part 2

ID Project member Brian Naas interviews Gil Fronsdal on the Evolution of American Buddhism. This is the second of a two part interview.

Gil Fronsdal is the primary teacher for the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, California; he has been teaching since 1990. He has practiced Zen and Vipassana in the U.S. and Asia since 1975. He was a Theravada monk in Burma in 1985, and in 1989 began training with Jack Kornfield to be a Vipassana teacher. Gil teaches at Spirit Rock Meditation Centerwhere he is part of its Teachers Council.Gil was ordained as a Soto Zen priest at the San Francisco Zen Center in 1982, and in 1995 received Dharma Transmission from Mel Weitsman, the abbot of the Berkeley Zen Center. He is currently serving on the SF Zen Center Elders’ Council.

Gil has an undergraduate degree in agriculture from U.C. Davis where he was active in promoting the field of sustainable farming. In 1998 he received a PhD in Religious Studies from Stanford University studying the earliest developments of the bodhisattva ideal. He is the author of The Issue at Hand, essays on mindfulness practice, and the translator of The Dhammapada, published by Shambhala Publications.

 

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Podcast Interview with Gil Fronsdal - The Evolution of American Buddhism Part 1 (Podcast)
Wednesday, September 7, 2011 - 6:04pm

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Interview with Gil Fronsdal - The Evolution of American Buddhism Part 1

 

ID Project member Brian Naas interviews Gil Fronsdal on the Evolution of American Buddhism. This is the first of a two part interview.

 

Gil Fronsdal is the primary teacher for the Insight Meditation Center in Redwood City, California; he has been teaching since 1990. He has practiced Zen and Vipassana in the U.S. and Asia since 1975. He was a Theravada monk in Burma in 1985, and in 1989 began training with Jack Kornfield to be a Vipassana teacher. Gil teaches at Spirit Rock Meditation Centerwhere he is part of its Teachers Council.Gil was ordained as a Soto Zen priest at the San Francisco Zen Center in 1982, and in 1995 received Dharma Transmission from Mel Weitsman, the abbot of the Berkeley Zen Center. He is currently serving on the SF Zen Center Elders’ Council.

Gil has an undergraduate degree in agriculture from U.C. Davis where he was active in promoting the field of sustainable farming. In 1998 he received a PhD in Religious Studies from Stanford University studying the earliest developments of the bodhisattva ideal. He is the author of The Issue at Hand, essays on mindfulness practice, and the translator of The Dhammapada, published by Shambhala Publications.

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Podcast Dharmic Plastic Bag Activism: A conversation between Adreanna Limbach, Stuart Moody and Beth Terry Part 3 (Podcast)
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - 11:42am

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Dharmic Plastic Bag Activism: A conversation between Adreanna Limbach, Stuart Moody and Beth Terry Part 3

This week, IDP activism director Adreanna Limbach interviews Stuart Moody and Beth Terry of the Green Sangha, a San Francisco Bay Area based group working to advance spiritually grounded environmental activism. This is the third of a three part interview.

Stuart Moody received a B.S. in Conservation of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley, and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology at USF. As an experienced somatic educator, he teaches yoga and co-directs teacher training for the Bay Area education group Young Imaginations.

With Green Sangha, Stuart initiated the Rethinking Plastics Campaign in Marin County, which has been a major force in raising civic awareness of the plague of plastic pollution.  

Beth Terry blogs at myplasticfreelife.com about ways to reduce plastic waste and plastic consumption. On her blog, she tracks her own plastic waste each month, ever seeking to decrease its amount, and writes about the plastic-free alternatives she finds.

Beth is a board member of Green Sangha, an adviser to the Plastic Pollution Coalition, and a contributing editor to BlogHer, the web site for women who blog.

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Podcast Dharmic Plastic Bag Activism: A conversation between Adreanna Limbach, Stuart Moody and Beth Terry Part 2 (Podcast)
Wednesday, July 6, 2011 - 8:24pm

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Dharmic Plastic Bag Activism: A conversation between Adreanna Limbach, Stuart Moody and Beth Terry Part 2

This week, IDP activism director Adreanna Limbach interviews Stuart Moody and Beth Terry of the Green Sangha, a San Francisco Bay Area based group working to advance spiritually grounded environmental activism. This is the second of a three part interview.

Stuart Moody received a B.S. in Conservation of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley, and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology at USF. As an experienced somatic educator, he teaches yoga and co-directs teacher training for the Bay Area education group Young Imaginations.

With Green Sangha, Stuart initiated the Rethinking Plastics Campaign in Marin County, which has been a major force in raising civic awareness of the plague of plastic pollution.  

Beth Terry blogs at myplasticfreelife.com about ways to reduce plastic waste and plastic consumption. On her blog, she tracks her own plastic waste each month, ever seeking to decrease its amount, and writes about the plastic-free alternatives she finds.

Beth is a board member of Green Sangha, an adviser to the Plastic Pollution Coalition, and a contributing editor to BlogHer, the web site for women who blog.

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Podcast Dharmic Plastic Bag Activism: A conversation between Adreanna Limbach, Stuart Moody and Beth Terry Part 1 (Podcast)
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 - 6:52pm

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Dharmic Plastic Bag Activism: A conversation between Adreanna Limbach, Stuart Moody and Beth Terry Part 1

This week, IDP activism director Adreanna Limbach interviews Stuart Moody and Beth Terry of the Green Sangha, a San Francisco Bay Area based group working to advance spiritually grounded environmental activism. This is the first of a three part interview.

Stuart Moody received a B.S. in Conservation of Natural Resources at UC Berkeley, and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology at USF. As an experienced somatic educator, he teaches yoga and co-directs teacher training for the Bay Area education group Young Imaginations.

 

With Green Sangha, Stuart initiated the Rethinking Plastics Campaign in Marin County, which has been a major force in raising civic awareness of the plague of plastic pollution.  

 

Beth Terry blogs at myplasticfreelife.com about ways to reduce plastic waste and plastic consumption. On her blog, she tracks her own plastic waste each month, ever seeking to decrease its amount, and writes about the plastic-free alternatives she finds.

 

Beth is a board member of Green Sangha, an adviser to the Plastic Pollution Coalition, and a contributing editor to BlogHer, the web site for women who blog.

 

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Podcast Interview with Ellen Scordato and Martine Batchelor Part 2 (Podcast)
Wednesday, June 22, 2011 - 11:32pm

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Interview with Ellen Scordato and Martine Batchelor Part 2

In this episode, ID Project Board Chair Ellen Scordato interviews Martine Batchelor. This is the second of a two part interview. Martine Batchelor was ordained as a Buddhist nun in Korea in 1975. She studied Zen Buddhism under the guidance of the late Master Kusan at Songgwang Sa monastery until 1984. She later returned to Europe where she was a member of the Sharpham North Community in Devon, England as well as a lecturer and spiritual counsellor at Gaia House. She is the author of several books, including "Women in Korean Zen," "Let Go: A Buddhist Guide to Breaking Free of Habits," and her latest book "The Spirit of the Buddha."

Martine currently lives in France with her husband Stephen Batchelor, with whom she co-leads meditation retreats worldwide.

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