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NEWSPAPERS<br />

SPRING<br />

HOME IMPROVEMENTS


26 TOPIC • 30 March, <strong>2023</strong><br />

FEATURE<br />

Cut Pile Felt<br />

Back Carpet<br />

was €9.95 yd 2<br />

NOW €6.95 yd 2<br />

Plush Pile<br />

Hessian<br />

Back Carpet<br />

was €11.95 yd 2<br />

NOW €8.95 yd 2<br />

NEWSPAPERS<br />

Over 40 years serving the Midlands<br />

SPRING<br />

SPECIALS<br />

Hardwearing<br />

Carpet for Stairs &<br />

Landing<br />

€199 fitted<br />

AVG 16 yd 2<br />

Hardwearing<br />

Vinyl Flooring<br />

was €9.95 yd 2<br />

NOW €6.95 yd 2<br />

Heavy Duty<br />

Laminate<br />

Flooring 8mm<br />

was €13.95 yd 2<br />

NOW €10.95 yd 2<br />

4’6” Top Quality<br />

Odearest<br />

Mattress<br />

was €550<br />

NOW €350<br />

4ft 6’ Respa Mattress was €250 NOW €175<br />

All mattresses to clear at rock bottom prices!<br />

ALL LEADING BRANDS SUPPLIED AND FITTED<br />

EXPERT FITTING • ALL CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED<br />

Tullamore Carpets, Tanyard, Tullamore • 057 9351269<br />

Open Tues- Sat: 10am - 5pm (Open through Lunch)<br />

Contact: David McGrath (Manager) or Michael O’Rourke (Sales)<br />

MAX MARBLE & SHOWERS<br />

Fahy, Rhode, Co. Offaly R35 Y066<br />

Office/Fax: 046 - 9737628<br />

John: 086 - 8219807 • Alan: 087 - 6399846<br />

maxmarbleandshowers@gmail.com<br />

www.maxmarble.ie<br />

<strong>Spring</strong> has arrived and as we awake<br />

from our winter slumber and move<br />

around and outside the house a bit<br />

more, we start noticing small jobs<br />

here and there that need attending<br />

to; perhaps it’s chipped paint on the<br />

front door that didn’t stand up to the<br />

incessant rains and frost of the<br />

winter, or repairs to windows and<br />

doors, carpets or cupboards.<br />

Maybe you might just want to<br />

revitalise one or all the rooms in the<br />

house and give them a fresh, spring<br />

look that doesn’t cost too much?<br />

This <strong>Spring</strong> <strong>Home</strong> Improvement<br />

feature will hopefully guide you in<br />

the right direction, providing you<br />

with inspiration articles, and contact<br />

details of local suppliers and<br />

businesses that have just what you<br />

need to give your home that fresh<br />

spring look. Read on...<br />

PAINT THE TOWN RED!<br />

A few strokes of paint can transform<br />

the most dull area of your<br />

home into a brand new space and<br />

the use of colours can cleverly<br />

transform any room in your house<br />

or any garden wall area.<br />

You only need to think of a colour<br />

and more than likely, your local<br />

paint shop will be able to mix and<br />

shake until they create that colour<br />

for you. Painting is not something<br />

you want to be doing every year,<br />

mainly because of the time, effort<br />

and expense involved so it’s worthwhile<br />

to budget for a good quality<br />

paint and use one of our advertised<br />

painters to do the job for you and<br />

you’re sure it will last for several<br />

years, needing only a wipe clean<br />

now and again.<br />

Go ahead – paint the town red!<br />

O’Reilly & Son<br />

Painting &<br />

Decorating<br />

Contractors<br />

- Commercial<br />

- Industrial - Domestic<br />

- Interior - Exterior<br />

Phone: 087 968 2428<br />

Merseydale, Townparks, Castlepollard, Co. Westmeath<br />

City & Guild Qualified<br />

Over 35 years experience<br />

KC MAINTENANCE<br />

-MULLINGAR<br />

Prop. JOE KEELAN<br />

087 2766416<br />

Windows and<br />

Door Repairs,<br />

Locks, Hinges, Handles,<br />

Double Glazed Units,<br />

Restrictors,<br />

Patio Door Locks<br />

1 Glenmore Wood,<br />

Mullingar,<br />

Co. Westmeath<br />

Russellstown, Mullingar,<br />

Co. Westmeath<br />

Sub-Contractor<br />

Builders of New Houses<br />

Extensions & Renovations<br />

Chimney Repairs<br />

Insurance Work Carried Out<br />

Phone: 044 934 2006 / 086 250 7211<br />

patcollentinebuildersltd@gmail.com


TOPIC • 30 March, <strong>2023</strong><br />

FEATURE<br />

27<br />

NEWSPAPERS<br />

Why extending can be better<br />

than buying a new home<br />

As your family<br />

grows, you may<br />

be thinking ab -<br />

out increasing the<br />

space in your home.<br />

The question as to<br />

whether you should<br />

extend your existing<br />

property, or buy a bigger<br />

home probably is<br />

the first thing that<br />

comes to mind. The decision<br />

can be a difficult<br />

one, and it often<br />

comes down to personal<br />

preference.<br />

There are some key<br />

advantages to extending<br />

your existing<br />

home, if you have the<br />

space to do so. Extending<br />

your home is usually<br />

more cost-effective<br />

than buying a new<br />

one. An extension will<br />

add value to your<br />

property, and the cost<br />

of materials and<br />

labour is usually<br />

lower than buying a<br />

completely new property.<br />

You don’t have to<br />

worry about the costs<br />

associated with moving<br />

and settling into a<br />

new home if you decide<br />

to extend.<br />

Extending your<br />

home is often a faster<br />

solution these days<br />

than buying a new<br />

one; even if you plan<br />

on doing some of the<br />

work yourself, an extension<br />

can be completed<br />

in a matter of<br />

weeks or months. Extending<br />

your home<br />

also gives you more<br />

control over the layout<br />

and design of your<br />

home.<br />

Buying a new home<br />

MUNNELLY<br />

SKIP HIRE AND SCRAP METAL<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

on the other hand involves<br />

finding the<br />

right property, negotiating<br />

a price, dealing<br />

with all the paperwork<br />

and legalities that<br />

come with it. This can<br />

be a lengthy and costly<br />

process.<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

<br />

Showroom now open<br />

in Tyrrellspass<br />

Telephone: (044) 922 3931<br />

info@sheridanwindows.ie<br />

IF YOU WOULD LIKE A QUOTE JUST GIVE<br />

OUR OFFICE A CALL ON 044 937 3000<br />

www.sheridanwindows.ie


28 TOPIC • 30 March, <strong>2023</strong><br />

FEATURE<br />

NEWSPAPERS<br />

HEATING • PLUMBING • STOVES • TILES • BATHROOM<br />

Fantastic offers now on bathroom suites and tiles<br />

Heating Systems: Pellet stoves • Wood burning stoves • Air to water system<br />

O'Connell Square, Edenderry, Co Offaly<br />

046 977 3880 / 046 973 8485 • edendecorshop@gmail.com<br />

Get grounded with beautiful<br />

new flooring solutions<br />

G<br />

iving the floor you walk on in<br />

your home a new look could be<br />

the change you’re looking for<br />

this <strong>Spring</strong>. Whether you’re replacing<br />

worn-out carpeting with hardwood, or<br />

installing tiles to give your kitchen a<br />

practical look, new flooring can dramatically<br />

transform the look and feel<br />

of your home.<br />

When selecting new flooring, think<br />

about the function of the space. Consider<br />

factors such as the amount of<br />

foot traffic, humidity, and wear and<br />

tear.<br />

Hardwood floors are a great choice<br />

for common areas, while tile can work<br />

well in bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry<br />

rooms. When installing new flooring,<br />

consider the material’s durability<br />

and maintenance requirements; this<br />

is really important as it’s important to<br />

factor in maintenance costs.<br />

Hardwood floors will last for<br />

decades, but they require periodic refinishing.<br />

Tile is a great option for<br />

high-traffic areas, but it requires regular<br />

cleaning and sealing.<br />

It’s always advisable to compare estimates<br />

from several contractors to<br />

get the best deal for your floor and it’s<br />

installation.


TOPIC • 30 March, <strong>2023</strong><br />

FEATURE<br />

29<br />

NEWSPAPERS<br />

Don’t forget<br />

that other<br />

important<br />

room in your<br />

home – the<br />

‘green’ room!<br />

Add value and experience comfort by<br />

looking at what’s outside your window!<br />

S<br />

pring is here and<br />

we’re all<br />

anxiously<br />

looking forward to<br />

getting outside into<br />

the garden to get a<br />

few bits of planting<br />

and preparing for the<br />

year ahead done.<br />

Ensuring our garden<br />

and patio areas are in<br />

shape for summer is<br />

something we might<br />

overlook in our<br />

<strong>Spring</strong> home<br />

improvements but<br />

with a few<br />

inexpensive touches,<br />

it’ll only be a matter<br />

of days before you’re<br />

sitting outside,<br />

sunning yourself,<br />

admiring your hard<br />

work.<br />

LARGE GARDEN<br />

If you have a very<br />

large garden area that<br />

needs a change, you<br />

might want to take<br />

the help of a<br />

landscape gardener.<br />

This feature will have<br />

details of a tried and<br />

trusted landscaping<br />

contractor.<br />

You might have an<br />

area of your outdoor<br />

space that could<br />

benefit from pretty<br />

garden stones or a<br />

smooth pavement<br />

area or a patch or two<br />

of tarmac. Again, our<br />

advertisers can guide<br />

you on this and offer<br />

you the best rates<br />

available.<br />

A great way to get<br />

inspired is to take a<br />

walk around our<br />

advertised outdoor<br />

garden shops or<br />

garden centres. You<br />

can quickly visualise<br />

what would fit where,<br />

in the outdoor area<br />

you have available<br />

and the helpful staff<br />

will be able to guide<br />

you immediately on<br />

price, best value<br />

combinations and<br />

discounts of course.<br />

All you’ll need then,<br />

is the sunshine to<br />

enjoy it all!<br />

Enjoy the genuine benefits of home insulation<br />

<strong>Home</strong> insulation<br />

is an important<br />

part of<br />

home energy efficiency<br />

and it is essential<br />

for keeping<br />

your home warm in<br />

winter and cool in<br />

summer, while reducing<br />

your energy<br />

costs.<br />

These-days, more<br />

than ever, all of us<br />

are becoming<br />

increasingly<br />

conscious of energy<br />

efficiency, mainly<br />

because of the cost<br />

of energy thesedays.<br />

There are many<br />

different types of<br />

home insulation,<br />

each with its own<br />

advantages and<br />

disadvantages. Here<br />

we list just a few for<br />

you to consider.<br />

FIBERS<br />

The most common<br />

type of home<br />

insulation is<br />

fiberglass batts,<br />

which are made of<br />

strands of glass<br />

fibers held together<br />

with a binder.<br />

Fiberglass batts are<br />

relatively<br />

inexpensive and easy<br />

to install, making<br />

them a popular<br />

choice among<br />

homeowners.<br />

However, they can be<br />

difficult to install<br />

correctly, and they<br />

can provide uneven<br />

insulation and air<br />

leaks.<br />

Cellulose<br />

insulation is another<br />

popular choice, made<br />

from recycled paper<br />

products. It is also<br />

relatively<br />

inexpensive, and it is<br />

easy to install, but it<br />

can be difficult to<br />

control moisture<br />

levels in the<br />

insulation.<br />

Spray foam<br />

insulation is a more<br />

expensive option, but<br />

it is also more<br />

effective. Spray foam<br />

insulation is applied<br />

as a liquid and then<br />

expands to fill in any<br />

gaps or cracks in the<br />

walls. It is a great<br />

way to seal air leaks<br />

and provide an even<br />

layer of insulation.<br />

FOAM<br />

Rigid foam board<br />

insulation is also a<br />

good choice for<br />

insulating walls and<br />

attics, as it is a<br />

strong, durable<br />

material. It can be<br />

used to insulate<br />

almost any part of<br />

your home, from the<br />

roof down to the<br />

foundation. While it<br />

may be a bit<br />

expensive, rigid foam<br />

boards are very<br />

effective in exterior<br />

wall sheathing,<br />

interior sheathing<br />

for basement walls,<br />

and special<br />

applications such as<br />

attic hatches and<br />

reduce heat<br />

conduction through<br />

structural elements,<br />

like wood and steel<br />

studs.<br />

Your local builder<br />

will likely be able to<br />

provide the best<br />

advice for the most<br />

practical and<br />

efficient way to<br />

insulate your home.<br />

Lakeland Plumbing<br />

& Heating Ltd.<br />

FRANK DARBY<br />

Woodlands,<br />

Mullingar<br />

Tel: 044 9343497<br />

Mob: 086 2519253<br />

E: frankdarby28@gmail.com


30 TOPIC • 30 March, <strong>2023</strong><br />

FEATURE<br />

NEWSPAPERS<br />

Y<br />

ou might not want to cover up<br />

your lovely wooden floor but<br />

keep in mind that a rug on<br />

your floor is very beneficial.<br />

Not only does it brings visual<br />

pleasure to a home but it also has<br />

the following plus points:<br />

NOISE REDUCTION<br />

A rug can significantly decrease<br />

the noise in your room space. Not<br />

only is a carpeted area quieter to<br />

walk on than a hard surface floor,<br />

but it also absorbs sound.<br />

WARMTH<br />

Carpets and rugs have greater<br />

insulating value, throughout the<br />

home. Even placing rugs or<br />

tapestry carpets on the wall can<br />

increase the temperature in your<br />

space.<br />

COMFORT<br />

Carpet and rugs is a lot softer<br />

than hardwood or tile. Not only<br />

does it feel softer to the touch, but<br />

also its softness gives it flexibility,<br />

which allows the carpet to absorb<br />

some of the impacts of your<br />

footsteps. This literally takes some<br />

of the pressure off your body.<br />

COSY FEEL AND LOOK<br />

Rugs and carpets look and feel<br />

great in any space. They have a<br />

unique way of bringing all of the<br />

elements and colours of a room<br />

together. They have a grounding<br />

aspect that instantly create a cozy,<br />

intimate space and slow things<br />

down. Adults, children and even<br />

animals love nothing more than<br />

snuggling down on a rug and taking<br />

life easy.<br />

Let our advertised carpet and rug<br />

suppliers guide you on the best<br />

piece of softness to add warmth to<br />

your home.<br />

Snug as a bug in a rug!<br />

BUILDING OR RENOVATING?<br />

NEED NEW DOORS OR TIMBER FLOORS?<br />

contact<br />

LYNN PROVIDERS<br />

Suppliers of:<br />

• Timber doors, door frames, skirting,<br />

architraving and window boards<br />

• Stairs, timber and laminate flooring<br />

• Gates and decking<br />

• Ironmongery<br />

• Henley stoves<br />

• Light hardware<br />

Dublin Road, Edenderry<br />

Phone 046 9772364, Fax 046 977 2358<br />

email: info@hirestation.ie<br />

Now stocking the full range of<br />

Stihl Farm and Garden products<br />

Visit our extensively<br />

stocked showroom<br />

• Gas, cement, etc<br />

Contact Billy Lynn, Rathconrath, Mullingar<br />

087 2106418 / 044 9355411<br />

lynnproviders@eircom.net Eircode: N91T654<br />

REGISTERED ARCHITECT<br />

& CHARTERED BUILDING ENGINEER<br />

WWW.MURRAYAS.IE<br />

FRANK MURRAY RIAI Architect,<br />

Chartered Building Engineer<br />

T: 05793 54552 • E: info@murrayas.ie<br />

Four Winds, Pallas Park, Blueball,<br />

Tullamore, Co. Offaly<br />

Allcrete Pics Ltd. is part of the Kilmurray<br />

Group. www.kilmurrays.ie<br />

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Business Park, Mullingar. (Directly<br />

opposite Kilmurray’s Hardware)<br />

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We stock a wide range of<br />

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Email: sales@allcrete.ie<br />

Website: www.allcrete.ie<br />

Keep an<br />

eye out for<br />

our<br />

introductory<br />

offers


TOPIC • 30 March, <strong>2023</strong><br />

FEATURE<br />

31<br />

NEWSPAPERS<br />

The benefits of energy efficient appliances<br />

Professional suppliers – and<br />

experienced homeowners –<br />

know that energy efficient<br />

appliances are a great way for<br />

households to save money and energy,<br />

while also providing a more<br />

environmentally friendly option.<br />

If you have any questions about<br />

the right energy efficient appliances<br />

for your home, please don’t<br />

hesitate to contact the local professional<br />

suppliers.<br />

Here are some of the benefits of<br />

energy efficient appliances and<br />

how they can benefit you.<br />

HOW ENERGY EFFICIENT<br />

APPLIANCES WORK<br />

Energy efficient appliances are<br />

capable of maximising even<br />

small amounts of energy into the<br />

required energy needed to complete<br />

a task.<br />

Many of these appliances you<br />

can source locally today can operate<br />

under lower temperature and<br />

energy settings, which sustain<br />

their functionality until the task<br />

is completed. Just some of the different<br />

types of energy efficient<br />

appliances include:<br />

● Fridges.<br />

● Air conditioning systems.<br />

● Water heaters.<br />

● Lighting.<br />

● Dishwashers.<br />

● Washing machines.<br />

● Humidifiers.<br />

● Clothes dryers.<br />

THE MAIN BENEFITS FOR<br />

ENERGY EFFICIENT<br />

APPLIANCES<br />

Some of the main benefits of energy<br />

efficient appliances include:<br />

1. ENERGY SAVINGS<br />

Since energy efficient appliances<br />

spend the minimum<br />

amount of energy to complete<br />

their tasks, they are able to enhance<br />

the level of energy conservation.<br />

This conserved energy can then<br />

be used for a different purpose in<br />

the home or workplace.<br />

2. COST SAVINGS<br />

Through saving energy, these<br />

appliances also work toward reducing<br />

energy bills.<br />

Buying energy efficient appliances,<br />

making energy efficient<br />

home improvements and taking<br />

energy efficient actions every day<br />

can save you hundreds of euro.<br />

Some of the energy efficient improvements<br />

that can be made include:<br />

Buying Energy Star appliances –<br />

this can help save up to 30% on<br />

electricity bills.<br />

Replacing incandescent light<br />

bulbs – energy efficient halogens,<br />

CFLs, or LEDs can help save 30-<br />

80% on energy bills.<br />

Daily energy efficient actions –<br />

washing clothes in cooler water<br />

where possible and recommended<br />

can help save money and energy.<br />

3. ENVIRONMENTALLY<br />

FRIENDLY<br />

Using energy efficient appliances<br />

minimises the exploitation<br />

of the earth’s natural resources,<br />

such as natural gas, oil, coal, and<br />

water. Energy efficiency works to<br />

enhance conservation of these resources<br />

as a way to achieve sustainable<br />

development – something<br />

that’s vital to us all.<br />

Energy efficient appliances can<br />

also help in controlling pollution<br />

because appliances that utilise<br />

water, oil, coal, and natural gas<br />

can lead to water, soil and air pollution<br />

through industrial effluents<br />

and emissions.


32 TOPIC • 30 March, <strong>2023</strong><br />

FEATURE<br />

NEWSPAPERS<br />

The joy of adding a splash of <strong>Spring</strong> colour to your home<br />

olour lifts any Colourful planters,<br />

A <strong>Spring</strong> welcome<br />

mood and with with a difference!<br />

Cthese few simple<br />

and affordable ideas,<br />

you can freshen up any<br />

area of your home and<br />

make it look like new.<br />

Forget the standard<br />

planter boxes for your<br />

favourite blooms for a<br />

minute and think outside<br />

the box (pun intended)!<br />

Think colourful used<br />

wellington boots, especially<br />

children’s boots.<br />

Think old baths,<br />

teapots, mixing bowls,<br />

large tin cans, wicker<br />

baskets or anything<br />

deep enough to hold<br />

soil so you can plant a<br />

few of your favourite<br />

succulents or flowering<br />

plants and place them<br />

in a suitable location to<br />

brighten up your indoors,<br />

or outdoors.<br />

Back to science class<br />

for colour<br />

Fill assorted vases or<br />

recycled jars and bottles<br />

with water tinted<br />

with food colouring, to<br />

match a variety of flowers.<br />

You can also use<br />

white blooms (such as<br />

affordable supermarket<br />

daisies or carnations),<br />

and remember what<br />

you learned in science<br />

class: the thirsty white<br />

/ cream flower petals<br />

will take on the hue of<br />

your water!<br />

Liven up your front<br />

door area and greet<br />

guests with a display of<br />

seasonal flowers, set in<br />

a vintage watering can.<br />

Set floral foam in the<br />

watering can to secure<br />

the stems. Fill the foam<br />

area with colourful<br />

<strong>Spring</strong> flowers and foliage.<br />

A half dozen of<br />

pretty petits<br />

Use up your old egg<br />

cartons by filling the<br />

egg carton with soil<br />

and planting some sedums<br />

and violets. Moss<br />

and straw can be used<br />

to cover the empty<br />

spots in the cardboard<br />

egg carton.<br />

Ribbons for change<br />

Give any plain vase a<br />

seasonal makeover<br />

with a simple band of<br />

ribbon. Simply use two<br />

overlapping ribbons to<br />

add an extra spring<br />

kick to a glass container<br />

of any bright<br />

flowers. Attach with<br />

double-sided tape.<br />

Doorknob bouquet<br />

Create a lovely front<br />

door display using an<br />

old metal funnel. To<br />

hang it on your door, tie<br />

a bright coloured ribbon<br />

to the handle. Plug<br />

the funnel with a cork.<br />

Put water-soaked flor -<br />

ist’s foam inside a plastic<br />

bag and position it<br />

inside the funnel. Insert<br />

blooms, such as<br />

tulips, lily-of-the-valley,<br />

white bleeding-hearts<br />

and viburnum for a<br />

fresh and green look.<br />

Re-use to Redecorate<br />

Collect a selection of<br />

different shaped bottles,<br />

such as flavoured<br />

vinegar bottles, olive<br />

oil bottles or used white<br />

wine bottles. Wash and<br />

remove labels, fill them<br />

with water and add a<br />

few branches or fern<br />

fronds for a fresh and<br />

soft, green spring<br />

touch. Position them in<br />

a spacious corner area<br />

of your home to give<br />

that <strong>Spring</strong> look.<br />

Small is beautiful<br />

Small is always beautiful<br />

and if you collect a<br />

few small coloured<br />

glass bottles and jars,<br />

wash them well and fill<br />

with pretty primroses<br />

or a few narcissus, you<br />

have an immediate inexpensive<br />

center-piece<br />

displayed in mixed<br />

colourful glassware.<br />

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reating a picture gallery wall in your home<br />

can be a great way to add a personal touch<br />

to any room. Not only does it allow you to<br />

showcase your favourite photos, but it’s also an<br />

easy and inexpensive way to add character to<br />

any space.<br />

The great thing about a gallery wall is that it<br />

can be as changeable as you want it to be; change<br />

photographs around as you wish, replacing<br />

them seasonally perhaps!<br />

When creating a gallery wall, the most important<br />

thing to remember is to be creative and have<br />

fun. This task shouldn’t be a chore but more of<br />

a family event, where everyone gets to have their<br />

favourite photo on display.<br />

Start by selecting a few of your favourite photos<br />

or artwork and determine what size frames<br />

you need. Decide on a colour scheme that coordinates<br />

with the rest of the room and select frames<br />

in those colours.<br />

If you want to get a little more creative, you can<br />

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gallery wall. You can group the frames in a symmetrical<br />

or random pattern, or mix it up with a<br />

combination of both.<br />

Consider how the placement of your frames<br />

will affect the overall look and feel of the space.<br />

Once you have the layout figured out, it’s time to<br />

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time to measure and plan out where each frame<br />

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Use a level to make sure the frames are hung<br />

straight and secure the frames with appropriate<br />

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screws and hangers for the weight of your<br />

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