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Essays on Beach

What should happen to Happisburgh?
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Happisburgh is a village on the east coast of England in Norfolk. The short stretch of coastline is being vigorously eroded by the sea. This is primarily because of the geology of the area - the rocks are soft and so are easily worn away by erosion and sub-aerial processes. The rate and amount of erosion is believed to be made worse by people in the area, and on a larger scale. Residents of Happisburgh have tried to stop erosion…...
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We Shall Fight on the Beaches
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We shall go on to the end, we shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our Island, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; e shall never surrender, and even if, which I…...
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Erosion is still taking place on the North beach
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I needed to investigate the evidence that erosion was still taking place on the north beach . In order to perform this, I measured the width from the old pillbox to the bottom of the cliff. I used a measuring tape. The measurement was very relevant because knowing this would help validate how far the cliffs were retreating over a span of years. An issue in collecting this data was that we could not walk directly onto the slump, for safety…...
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Tourism has impacted along the Hengistbury Head and Mudefort Split area
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The hypothesis that my group have chosen to investigate is: "Tourism has impacted along the Hengistbury Head and Mudeford Spit area. This has resulted In more coastal problems." Throughout this piece of coursework, I will gather information from sources to either agree, or disagree with my chosen hypothesis. These are the areas that I will be investigating: * Tourist Facilities * Reasons why tourist facilities are needed * The coastal defences * Damage done to the coast - natural and…...
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The incident on the beach
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My friends and I went to the beach. The sun was shinning and the sky was the bluest I had ever seen it. I took my shoes off and felt the soft, warm sand go through my toes. The sand felt like a warm winter's blanket. The beach was full with families and groups of children (since it was the summer holidays). We found a spot on the beach, just started to relax when out of nowhere came a scream.…...
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Swanage and Studland
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In order to help me with the study of Swanage and Studland I must carry out a number of research tasks. During my day in Swanage, I used a number of different techniques for gathering data, in order to help me answer the hypothesis. However to further my answer I will collate data from another different coastal resort in order to make connections and compare the data I collected. I will also use secondary data. This is data that has…...
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Sand dunes coursework Introduction – Hayling Island
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Assess the impact of human activity on the sand dunes and the management that could be taken to prevent further erosion. Hypothesis I think that the more human activity within the area the more erosion of the sand dunes, so more management will be needed to protect the area. 1. What threats face the sand dunes at Gunner Point, Hayling Island? * Human * Recreational * Physical * Sea 2. What impact has recreation (visitors) had on the sand dunes?…...
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The sandy coasts of Glenelg
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Introduction Coasts range from the rocky shores and sandy beaches to extensive calm water mud flats, seagrass and mangrove habitats. Coastal and marine environments are a valuable community resource and are of great biological and economic value to the area. Coastal areas are very complex eco-systems which rely on a number of different processes and systems. Humans are constantly disrupting these processes by developing and taking part in recreation in coastal areas. Alterations can have harmful results and disturb the…...
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Is porlock bay affected by longshore drift?
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Aims To investigate coastal processes along Porlock Bay, Exmoor National Park. To make a comparison of coastal management schemes inside & outside Exmoor National Park. Introduction As part of our geography coursework project we had to travel to somerset, Nettlecombe on the 9th July 2009. Our study is on coastal processes and management at Porlock Bay. During our stay in Somerset we visited many places, which include Porlock Bay, Hurlstone point and Porlock Weir where. During the weekend we also…...
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Minehead: Coastal Management
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* In recent years, powerful sea currents have removed much of Minehead's beach and caused floods. No new material was being brought from the west by longshore drift as groynes built trapped material thus preventing the harbour from sitting up. Beach being lost by sea currents was therefore not being replaced by longshore drift. * 1/2 million holidaymakers each year create �90 million of tourist income and jobs. Flood Defence Scheme * Approved in 1996. Aims: 1. provide sea defences…...
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Why is management needed at Barton on sea?
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My aim is to find out and explore why management is needed at Barton On Sea? To do this I will be examining these two questions: What is the evidence that erosion is a problem? What sort of management is needed for the people who visit the coast? This is a reasonable if not good topic to investigate because I will be finding out the problems that are arising at Barton and different ways to solve them. The geographical ideas…...
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Juno Beach and 574 Canadians
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Give a brief description of the person or event you have chosen. Juno Beach happened on D-Day; June 6th 1944. D-Day also known as ‘Operation Overlord’ was the long-awaited invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe. Armies from the U. S, Canada, and Britain landed on the coast of Normandy France, the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division landed on Juno Beach. The beach was littered with German mine obstacles, the Canadians face gunfire from the moment they stepped out of their boats. Fourteen thousand…...
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To what extent should Walton-on-the-naze be protected from the sea?
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In this piece of coursework I am studying Walton-on-the-naze. I will decide at the end of this piece of coursework to what extent Walton-on-the-naze should be protected from the sea. Walton-on-the-naze is a part of the east coast of England which is situated in Essex. It sticks out and faces the North Sea. The title of this project is about what extent Walton-on-the-naze should be protected from the sea. The title is basically asking for me to take a side,…...
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Exploit the Paris of the Middle East with Dubai Holiday Packages
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Entertainment, gold and timeless deserts in Dubai are as endless as they are allure, with a wide range of cultural and modern activities, heavenly deserts, and the purest gold in abundance traveler in Dubai are sure to cherish their vacations in this astounding and shimmering city. Soak up the warm sun early in the morning or enjoy playing golf, for those with children, the water park is an ideal way to wear off excess energy and cool off at the…...
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Dune Evaluation
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Nature is not static, thus it would make sense that coastlines, too, would be in constant fluxuation. For millions of years the morphology of Nova Scotian , as well as global, coastlines have been changing. Beaches are a fine balance between accretion and depletion of sediments but go through cycles of creation and destruction (Taylor). Dunes, the accrual of beach sediment, act as a barrier against storm surges and as a habitat for coastal species, including many types of dune…...
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Coastal management
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Some parts of the UK coastline have long attracted people; they have also attracted human interference. The only reason that coastal erosion becomes a problem is when human development is involved. Farmland is seen to be worthless in the eyes of the government, even though people's livelihoods depend upon it. Farmers on the Holderness coast receive no compensation for the loss of farmland due to coastal management further up the coastline. The land is less valuable and the cost of management…...
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Environmental Issues With Coastal Erosion
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There are a number of ways in which coasts are eroded: Abrasion is the wearing away of shoreline by material carried by the waves Hydraulic impact or quarrying is the force of water and air on rocks Solution is the wearing away of base-rich rocks, especially limestone, by an acidic water. Organic acids aid the process Attrition is the rounding and reduction of particles carried by waves In addition there are many forms of weathering Salt weathering is the process…...
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How and Why ChristChurch Bay is Manged
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To help me investigate, I will be visiting Christchurch bay, the location of all three sites lies at the South Coast of England. There will be three main sites along the coast between Hengistbury Head and Hurst Castle Spit. The first site will be Hurst Castle Spit. Hurst Castle spit lies at the eastern end of Christchurch Bay, Hurst Castle is situated at the seaward end of the shingle spit that extends 11/2 mile from Milford-On-Sea. The end of the…...
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Protection British Isles Coastal Areas Ecology
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In the British Isles coastal areas have always attracted settlement. People come for a holiday or they might have a second home by the sea. Many retired people also live near the sea, seeking a quiet and refreshing place to spend the rest of their lives. Tourism has also spread up the coastline bringing more people and so more resources have been set up to accommodate them. Pathways have been built along the coast to bring easy access to the…...
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Benidorm Case Study
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When it was discovered in the fairly early post war years, Benidorm was a small fishing village, with a relatively small population - whose main income was obtained through fishing the local coast -, on the Costa del Sol but quickly became Spain's biggest holiday resort for people from foreign countries, and at its peak, it was attracting four million tourists each year. It is part of the most southern reaches of Spain and faces the sun, the Mediterranean Sea…...
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Beaches in Goa- A paradise on earth
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India has Goa state which is a most beautiful and supposed as a land of beaches and hotels. It is very easy to find fun and frolic around the world as there is a great combination of culture, heritage and lifestyle that attracts huge numbers of tourist from each and every corner of the world. A blend of sightseeing options along with activities Goa is ready to deliver the desired enjoyment during your vacations. Tourists often get enthralling intention around…...
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A Day at the Beach During Holiday With Family
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I run down the boardwalk, not worrying about getting splinters in my tender feet. Every ten or fifteen feet I stop, sometimes to smell the salty sea air, but mostly to wait for my parents who plod along behind carrying chairs, coolers, and other beach paraphernalia. I yell back to them to hurry, and they reply that I can run ahead and find a good spot. I yelp with glee and run as fast as my little legs will carry…...
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Tirelessly working day after day makes the anticipation for time
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Tirelessly working day after day makes the anticipation for time off all the much more imperative, so the decision of where to take a getaway shouldn't be taken lightly. Influential factors can be the cost and convenience, but when it comes to making a conclusive decision, book a memorable and action packed getaway that everyone will enjoy. With an expected 79% of American families to travel this year, don't let yourself experience the same old roadtrip. The beach and the…...
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Destinations of Tourism Decrease
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Turkey In 2016 Three attackers arrived and began to fire at a terminal entrance in an airport in Turkey. The attack on the airport could have been a coordinated attack on the airport . 41 people had died and 239 people were killed. 13 of the people were of foreign nationality. The attack had made the flights suspended at the airport. (BBC News, 2019) Belgium Tourists have decreased because of terrorism that occurred in Belgium. The same terrorists that had…...
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A Bittersweet Ending To Another Day
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At daybreak, the dawn-filled sky was a mixture of peach and magenta water colours. The sun bloomed on the distant horizon, with its golden-petalled rays bouncing off the surface of the sapphire water. The beach was silent. The only noise to be heard was the sound of the waves rising and falling with rhythmic ease. The fresh golden sand lay flat like paper, awaiting the day to come. A seashell rested on the shore; it's pearlescent colour shimmering in the…...
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Eden Robinson’s Monkey Beach
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Eden Robinson's Monkey Beach is a thoughtfully composed novel which is demonstrated especially through the passage on page 131 which is centred around the meal of an otter on an urchin. Though the passage is not central to the plot of the novel, its appearance is important as it gives the reader a sense of atmosphere, themes, and the greater message that the book seeks to convey. The whole passage is made dreamlike through the narrators' reliance on the emotionally…...
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Overcoming Painful Experience Short Story
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It was peaceful. I could even see in the water, felt no pain, no anxiety, and was completely relaxed. My body swayed to the rough tempo of the undercurrent but did not rise. My crumpled body rolled to a sitting position on the ocean floor; the ceiling of my captor's sanctuary glistened far above. I couldn't move on my own, solely as the waves pushed, I rocked. My hand brushed up against my knee and my long hair flowed out…...
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Johann de Lange » Beach-side
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Beach-side Johann de Lange 1. Not the plump plenty of the peninsula: fruit sun-preserved & bugle-round, evaginated, the deep, sink-in-green of lawn or the colourul conversations of flowerbeds all year long with small variations on the four seasons. No, here everything is stingier: purple sour figs, pomegranates, & quinces share their sweetness more thriftily: not a juicy cloying sweetness, but tougher, more precious, perfectly suited to the softness of the surf/salty surf. 2. Under your soles continually sand & a…...
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The Morning Beach
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“The Morning Beach” After a stressful day, many people would feel tired and want to do something to release their stress; everyone has in mind a place to escape to for relaxation. My place of relaxation is the beach, especially on a morning day. It was early in the morning, when the sky was still dim, I was walking on the beach by myself with my sandals off; as the tide hit on shore, the spray of water splashed on…...
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Dover Bitch vs Dover Beach
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What is love? This is a question that is often discussed and argued about. Everyone seems to have a different perception on what love truly is. These perceptions help categorize what type of person you are when it comes towards love. This can range from being a hopeless romantic to a person who doesn’t even believe that love exists. A perfect example of how the views of love can be drastically different can be illustrated by these two poems; “Dover…...
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Monkey Beach
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Among the many books and films we have read and watched, I enjoyed Monkey Beach by Eden Robinson and Flight by Sherman Alexie the most. Both protagonists’ go through struggles while making decisions that will affect their own lives permanently. Zits, the main character of Flight, had a lonely and sad life, similar to Lisa from Monkey Beach. I believe that these two characters are similar through more than just misfortunes, but on a physical and a mental level as…...
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The Beach: The Best Place To Relax
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On a hot summer day the best place to be is the Beach. Have you ever been so hot you could melt, and just want to play in the cold, salty ocean? I have! The best felling is the wet, grainy, sand between your toes. When you go to the beach all you see is the clear blue ocean, colorful umbrellas, and the silky white seagulls. But be careful, the seagulls will eat your food right out of your hands!…...
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The Beach Reflection
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A new sunny day has just begun. The beach is silent, but only for a while. Very soon crowds of people will flood on to the beach. The bright, burning ball blinds and rises like a sunflower on the distant horizons. The subtle sea sparkles preciously as it strolls up against the shore spilling the previous day’s remains. Crashing against the shore, small waves flash the night’s debris onto the beach. Untouched golden sand, so soft and smooth, glistens; reflecting…...
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The Beach Carrier
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The Beach Carrier is a new product principle established by Mary Ricci. It is a large, lightweight, long lasting bag that is created to carry whatever required for a day at the beach, including a chair. The Beach Provider can be folded down to a 12-inch by 12-inch square for easy storage when not in usage. It includes an adjustable strap and various-sized pockets for carrying all kinds of items to the beach or other outdoor activities (i.e. performances, picnics,…...
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Holiday at Vung Tau Beach
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Last summer, I and my group spent our holiday at Vung Tau Beach. This is one of beautiful beaches in Viet Nam. It took two hours to take there. We concentrated in bus station. At 5 A.M we started our trip by bus. Although I feel tired after two long hours but sea air made me re-excited. Gradually, Bien Dong was in font of us. Bien Dong length 750 m with beautiful sea and form of entertainment is multiform. We…...
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Nha Trang Beach
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Nha Trang, a coastal city and capital of Khanh Hoa Province on the South Central Coast of Vietnam, is a famous destination for traveling and relaxing. It’s one of the most important tourist hubs of Vietnam. With such natural gifts as the position, landscape, climate, together with its rich background in culture and humanities, Nha Trang is fully capable of developing many diverse forms of tourism. There are many beautiful and interesting places in the city for you to visit…...
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Dover Beach By Matthew Arnold
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Much as it is a poem of vivid images equated into sensations of melancholia and uber sentimentality, Dover Beach has been touted as one of Matthew Arnold's most appreciated poems. It was most likely composed in the summer season of 1851 and subsequently modified for the volume of New Poems in 1867 (Baum, 1958, p. 85). The poem basks in the sensations of self-conflict, isolation, alienation and inexplicable feelings set throughout the Victorian times. The poem consists of four sections…...
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Dover Beach – Analysis
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The Victorian period witnessed the tumultuous shock of Darwin and Lamarck’s scientific postulates which shook the strong foundations of the Christian world and put to doubt its revered theological dictates, plunging humanity into an abyss of disbelief and desperation without the anchorage of spiritual trust and conviction. It is at this juncture the poet Matthew Arnold communicates his religious dilemma and personal conflict of belief versus doubt through a beautiful analogy of the description of the Sea at Dover Beach.…...
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The Rotary Cove Beach
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Critical Issues In order for The Rotary Cove Beach to continue to operate at above breakeven they must address: How to unite the mission statement with a financial strategy so that there is maximum excess revenue. How to reduce the risk for stalk holders so that they continue to invest their time and money. Situation Analysis The people of Goderich1 are categorized as “Lunch at Tim’s” they are lower-middle class with an average income of $62,010. They are mature and…...
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Sunset at the Beach
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As I walk down to the beach alone and climb up onto the rocks, I jumped from one rock to another until I came across the biggest rock that I could find to sit on and enjoy the view of this bright orange sun just about to hit the water on the horizon. After a very fun, but exhausting day at the beach, I finally felt relaxed staring into this beautiful act of nature. Sitting there and enjoying the solitude…...
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FAQ about Beach

What should happen to Happisburgh?
...Move people away - moving people away from the area all together is an option. The population density is low and so not many people would be affected. Residents would be moved roughly ten miles away, so the land could continue to erode as it ha...
Why is management needed at Barton on sea?
...The reason for little sand at Barton on sea is due to what happened with Bournemouth. Bournemouth did not like the fact that longshore drift was taken their sand to Barton on sea. So they built a huge concrete wall to stop longshore drift because of ...
To what extent should Walton-on-the-naze be protected from the sea?
...Investing in further protection would mean that you save more wildlife and the English heritage that exists at Walton, but is it really worth splashing out so much money just to preserve a little piece of history. You have much more history in Britai...
How and Why ChristChurch Bay is Manged
...Most of the aims of this coursework were met but I can't say confidentially that they were not able to a high standard. The methods were appropriate as they were easy to understand. The visited sites was huge advantage for me because it abled to see ...

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