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Perhaps invite them to grab a coffee? Sometimes the hardest thing is to do nothing about the matter. #resolveconflict #whenyoudontknowwhattodo #conflict #freedom #inspiration #toolsforlife #courage #responsibility #theworldisnotyourenemy #wordswag has been used to produce this picture of a thought.
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आतंकवाद से लोहा लेते हुए शहीद हुए मेजर बी_एस. ढोढीयाल जी के अमर बलिदान को शत शत नमन और अश्रुपूर्ण श्रदांजली। जय हिन्द।। #indianarmy #kashmir #killingstalking #conflict #worldnews #clash #firing #doctor #armydoctor #indian #india #army #soldier #indiansoldiers #proud #bestfanarmy #kashmiri #jk #hindustan #indianphotography #indiannavy #green #indianairforce #specialforces
Avoidance and silence take away your inner peace and creates discontent. Communicate and establish healthy dialogue. Embrace your own feelings, listen and calm the storm within yourself. There’s always a way. Do you avoid conflict? Do you run away from embracing your feelings? Do you battle with internalised chaos? Talk to me! I can help. Book a consultation or learn more at www.imagineharmony.co.uk #communicate , #letstalk , #avoidance , #innerpeace , #conflict , #embraceyourfeelings , #calmthestorm , #wisewords #counselling #coaching #nlp #imagineharmony #amnakhan #streatham #croydon  #streathamhill #streathamcommon  #tooting  #norbury #dulwich  #norwood  #crystalpalace #streathamvale  #southlondon  #london #onlinetherapy  #insta  #instapic  #instaquote #instalife
A young girl, formerly a FARC guerrilla, does the dishes at a rehabilitation camp. Cauca, Colombia. 2018.
✍🏾✍🏾 #ties #bonds #love #conflict
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FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM FOR FUTURE POSTS. John and Kate have been dating for 2 years. They both are in love with each other and couldn’t imagine ever being apart. John decided it was time to propose to Kate. During the next couple of weeks John came up with the perfect way to propose to Kate. John would plan a game night with Kate. He would manipulate a pictionary card on photoshop to say “Marry Me” and then rig the game so that Kate would have to draw it. The day had arrived and Kate picked up the marry me card. John made a few fake guesses, like “propose” and “engage,” to make her work for it. After choosing the right moment, he shouted “Marry Me!” Then he pulled out the ring and asked, “Will you marry me?” She immediately said yes. After the proposal they both left the house to celebrate at a fancy restaurant. On the way to the restaurant they got into a fender bender with another car. Kate called the police to inform them about the fender bender. Kate was startled when all of a sudden John jumped out of the car and started pounding on the other drivers car window shouting out all kinds of profanity. The other driver became extremely scared. John opened up the car door and pulled the other driver out of his car and started violently punching the man. Kate immediately came out of the car begging John to stop. She was startled to see John this angry and agressive. She never witnessed this side of him before. John was aressted by the police for his violent behavior and Kate went back home. After John was released by the police he immediately went to Kate’s apartment to see her. There was a note on the door with only four words. I CANT MARRY YOU. Kate couldn’t marry a man who had so much anger inside of him. John was devastated but it was too late, he lost Kate forever. Nothing good comes from Anger. Anger can never solve anything. It only destroys everything in its path. Learn to control your anger before it controls you. Next time you are angry instead of reacting, sit down take a deep breath and meditate to why you feel this way. Before you know it the anger will subside and you will be in control of your emotions. Story by Jaimi’s Journal.
During WW2 the occupying German Army deliberately destroyed Poland’s Capital in January 1945. This was in response to the uprising in Warsaw the year before. Follow @warhistoryandstories for more!
February in a Liberated Paris - Observations from February 1945 as reported by Frank Alban of The BBC. Click on the link for a glimpse.⁣ ⁣ ⁣ #history #military #peace #wwii #ww2 #photography #veterans #love #worldwar #worldwar2 #army #travel #remember #instadaily #conflict #usa #refugees #photojournalism #usarmy #soldier #thisdayinhistory #america #documentary #picoftheday #photooftheday #battle #pastdaily #human #society
To create true #conflict , two things are needed: a want and an obstacle. Learn from our #authors and expert panelists how to use moral #conflict in your work. #education #panel #amwriting #inspiration #rt #amreading #sciencefiction http://ow.ly/qpUE30nGTXA
"Conflict, of course, comes about because of the misuse of power and the clash of ideals, not to mention the inflammatory activities of unscrupulous and bigoted leaders. But it also arises, tragically, from an inability to understand and from the powerful emotions which, out of misunderstanding, lead to distrust and fear." . . . . || Palestinian boys play and joke with their father as a plains clothes officer and IDF soldiers look on at a small back entrance to The Temple Mount. Muslim Quarter, Jerusalem || #MiddleEast #Israel #Jerusalem #OldCity #HolyCity #MuslimQuarter #Palestine #IDF #Soldiers #Religion #Capitol #History #Travel #Urban #Adventure #Wanderlust #Conflict #Peace #BeAlpha #Sony #Photography #NeverStopExploring #Life
I so appreciate the NCWWI website with all their trainings and resources to support Child Welfare. Here’s a good one: “[Microlearning - 2 minutes] Change can not occur without conflict. Resistance to change should be expected & orchestrating the conflict created by the change process should be seen as a necessary part of building a better future: http://bit.ly/1SHFD5L” #childwelfare #ncwwi #nationalchildwelfareworkforceinstitute #professionaldevelopment #change #conflict #growth #conflictishealthy #conflictisanecessity #perspective #socialwork #counseling #therapy #organizationalculture #workplaceculture
Kurdish YPG (People's protection Units) fighters begin their daily patrol in a village on a frontline against Islamic State militants in 2014 in the Kurdish controlled region of Rojava in northern Syria. For the next week I will be sharing photographs from my ongoing project: The Kurdish Front The Kurds are the largest ethnicity of people in the world without a homeland, their largest populations living in Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Iran. Kurdish fighters have been battling on the frontline against the genocidal massacres of ISIS since the militant group’s inception and have been by far the most valuable military partner to the US and Coalition forces in Iraq and Syria. President Trump’s withdrawal in December, 2018, of US forces from Syria is yet another blow to Kurdish security in the region. Despite the collective Kurdish goal of creating a Kurdish nation-state, the closest present entity to that being the Kurdish Region of Iraq (KRI), known as Iraqi Kurdistan, there are many conflicting visions of statehood among Kurdish people. A recent referendum vote by the Kurd’s of the KRI to decide on possible full separation from Iraq, deemed an illegal provocation by the Iraqi government, led to swift political and economic punishment. Turkey’s invasion of the Kurdish region of northern Syria led to Turkey’s NATO partners turning a blind eye to the shed blood of thousands of Kurdish civilians in the city of Afrin. The Kurds who have been the most decisive fighting partner in alliance with the US Coalition felt - and were - betrayed. The Kurdish dream of security and a future state is now more precarious than ever. Turkey also continues to threaten an imminent invasion of the Kurdish Region of Iraq (KRI) as well as all Kurdish border regions of Syria. The Kurdish people continue to be persecuted in Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Iran - as well as fighting bitter internal conflicts over what kind of future to fight for. The Kurdish independence struggle continues.
So, stories are about adversity. Our guest #authors are here to give you #advice on creating moral #conflict in your writing. Learn how use it in whole new ways. #education #panel #amwriting #inspiration #rt #amreading #sciencefiction http://ow.ly/zcwM30nGTXy
“This would become the CIA’s first overthrow of a foreign government and would go on to serve as a blueprint for U.S. intervention in Guatemala, Cuba, and a list of other countries.” Staff Writer Ethan Azad describes the CIA’s first coup in Iran and the effects of media propaganda. Link in bio! Image by Wikimedia Commons
Full Moon Embodiment . This was taken last month during the Lunar Eclipse . My whole experience on Lake Atitaln was surreal . I felt fully in myself. I've returned to the States to find some form of roots but I'm still wanting to soar and dance in the wind. Full Moon Embodiment . Where will the wind take me? Can I just root myself were ever I am and let the wind dance between my branches spreading my spirit with the breeze. But Oh how I want to fly and soar to cover more ground! This is my inner conflict between being a tree and being an eagle. Which would you be ? I ask myself this question as I pray for guidance to help me let go of what is not in allignment with my higher self as I surrender to then unknown* 🌑♥️
The world asks for help... @_guilherme_drawing @viking1811 . . . This is my view of the world I thought well what would put in the drawing was difficult has many things in the world if highlighting the world is a cold and painful place that led by many people Powerful ... There is an eye that sees everything and commands tufts that are watching us and commanding us !!!?!!!! #war #word #conflict #money #Moneycontrolstheworld #manipulate #friendorenemy #underestimate #police #power #kill #control #never #ohb #blackpyramid #fabercastellbrasil #bic #montain #kingmoney #help #helpme #city #x #blood #boom #reality #civilwar #animals #killedanimals
#conflict brings stories to life! Come talk to our #authors and expert panelists and learn how to design and use moral #conflict in your writing. #education #panel #amwriting #inspiration #rt #amreading #sciencefiction http://ow.ly/59fp30nGTXx
AMEN AMEN AMEN AMEN. Oh, and just let me say - AMEN. 🙌🏻 We are allowed to have boundaries, lovelies. That doesn’t mean we’re mean or angry or unforgiving. It means we respect ourselves. It means we know we deserve better. It means we acknowledge that we can’t control how other people behave - we can only control whether or not we subject ourselves to them anymore. Most likely, the people who get angry with us for having boundaries are the ones who are crossing them in the first place. #boundaries #selfcare #selflove #relationships #abuse #courage #brave #strong #survivor #recovery #no #selfworth #selfesteem #mentalhealth #forgiveness #conflict
Water is Life Projects Yemen Water Trucks Water Aid Distribution 2wk feb 2019 Thousands of litres of water provided each week for #families living without acccess to water in #sanaa , #hajjah and surounding areas in #yemen . More #support is needed in helping families have water which is something we need to #survive .. #NoOneShouldBeWithoutWater ! Please continue your support. £25 per truck of water (4500 litres) . #watertruck #yemeni #charity #photography #humanity #help #conflict #thisisyemen #reality #sadaqah #survival #poverty #awareness #cleanwater #waterislife #forgottenplaces
Paul did many things. He was a wise teacher. His many letters are full of instructive lessons setting forth correct principles. He worked with his hands, for he was a tent - maker, and in this way earned his daily bread.... He carried a heavy burden for the churches. He strove most earnestly to present their errors before them, that they might correct them, and not be deceived and led away from God. He was always seeking to help them in their difficulties; and yet he declares, "One thing I do." ... The responsibilities of his life were many, yet he kept always before him this "one thing." The constant sense of the presence of God constrained him to keep his eye ever looking unto Jesus, the Author and Finisher of his faith. The great purpose that constrained Paul to press forward in the face of hardship and difficulty should lead every Christian worker to consecrate himself wholly to God's service. Worldly attractions will be presented to draw his attention from the Saviour, but he is to press on toward the goal, showing to the world, to angels, and to men that the hope of seeing the face of God is worth all the effort and sacrifice that the attainment of this hope demands. (Conflict and Courage, pg. 353) . . . . #dailyquote #devotion #past #forward #motivation #motivationalquotes #bibleverse #scripture #scriptureoftheday #paul #conflict #courage #faith #one #difficulties #godlovesyou #hope #attraction #world #heaven #goal #service #effort #godliness
Anybody else smell gun power?
stakes! progression! empowerment! universality! How do I translate it into actual writing? Get #advice and techniques on creating moral #conflict in one's own work. #education #panel #amwriting #inspiration #rt #amreading #sciencefiction http://ow.ly/7e7J30nGTXw
Today I @iheartradio I was on @kramergirl & #mikecaussin @whinedownpodcast. In addition to talking about #body image, #eatingdisorders , #sex , #relationships , #cheating , #childhood issues, #trauma and #rejection I had the opportunity to address some very real #couplestherapy issues between them. Tears were shed. These two are keeping it real with their openness and willingness to talk about their struggles publicly. I am honored they were willing to dig deep with me. You are not going to want to miss this #podcast . Will let you know as soon as I have their date. You will learn and shed a few tears when you listen too. 💜 . . . #janakramer #whinedown #podcast #couplesgoals #couple #couples #relationship #nomorediets #scale #weight #babyweight #control #conflict #communication #childhoodtrauma #telationshipfix
#TuesdayTruthbomb : Aim for conflict, not combat. _ Conflict is crucial to healthy relationships and can produce more creative solutions and better outcomes, but only if it is handled correctly. _ Conflict occurs when people don’t see eye to eye about an issue, situation, or goal. Combat, on the other hand, is when conflict becomes personal. Ask yourself this question: “Is it more important for me to be right or to get it right?" _ #communicationskills #beintentional #liveonpurpose #behaviorstyles #conflict #combat #listen #healthyrelationships #personaldevelopment #resilientrelationships #gratitude #mindset #expectations #speaker #author #truthbombdropper
Wednesday Wisdom! #AlkhayyatFoundationCanada
Days like this, and I question my existence. #why #conflict #highsandlows
@sanction_this_ who supported Anti-System in played Glasgow on Saturday. What a gig! Check out @dtfmedia for the full photo set and review. #sanctionthis #punk #antisystem #oi #anarchy #anarchopunk #crass #conflict #brexit #socialinjustice #music #guitar #drums #bass #livenusic #gigs #gigphotography #portraitphotography #insta
The Buddha said. Human greed is creating human suffering, so throw away your disturbing desires. Jesus said also. "Forgive" "Love the enemy" But a man with a physical body has an ego. As the ego exists, The conflict will not disappear, There is no peace. #whatislife #thislife #human #earth #spirit #desire #ugliness #emotion #ego #purpose #mission #desperation #love #conflict #obsession #commitment #greed #buddha #jesuschrist #forgiveness #word #peace #buddha #life
Anti-System who played Glasgow on Saturday. What a gig! Check out @dtfmedia for the full photo set and review. #punk #antisystem #oi #anarchy #anarchopunk #crass #conflict #brexit #socialinjustice #music #guitar #drums #bass #livenusic #gigs #gigphotography #portraitphotography #insta
Water is Life Projects Yemen Water Trucks Water Aid Distribution 2wk feb 2019 Thousands of litres of water provided each week for #families living without acccess to water in #sanaa , #hajjah and surounding areas in #yemen . More #support is needed in helping families have water which is something we need to #survive .. #NoOneShouldBeWithoutWater ! Please continue your support. £25 per truck of water (4500 litres) . #watertruck #yemeni #charity #photography #humanity #help #conflict #thisisyemen #reality #sadaqah #survival #poverty #awareness #cleanwater #waterislife #forgottenplaces
Innocent or rogue? Vigilante or assassin? Check out more: www.hydriumstudio.com Follow/like @hydriumstudio #scifi #spacetime #saga #future #cosmos #alien #aliens #woman #guns #mercenary #battle #galaxy #conflict #character #sketch #illustrator #hydriumstudio
Water is Life Projects Yemen Water Trucks Water Aid Distribution 2wk feb 2019 Thousands of litres of water provided each week for #families living without acccess to water in #sanaa , #hajjah and surounding areas in #yemen . More #support is needed in helping families have water which is something we need to #survive .. #NoOneShouldBeWithoutWater ! Please continue your support. £25 per truck of water (4500 litres) . #watertruck #yemeni #charity #photography #humanity #help #conflict #thisisyemen #reality #sadaqah #survival #poverty #awareness #cleanwater #waterislife #forgottenplaces
Selenite - The Stone of the Moon In this project I have set out to assemble a filter made of selenite – crystalline mineral gypsum – and to use it to shed new light on the vestiges and the war-torn history of the old-town of Gessopalena (Italy), whose habitations are dug into the gypsum rock itself. Razed to the ground in 1943 by the WWII, Gessopalena is also my hometown and a place from which I moved away. Like personal relationships, gypsum shows translucency, opacity, and color. As such, and forever fixed in the geology of our common place of origin, it remains an allegory of: 1/ the traumatic memories of a population torn by the war; 2/ the ambiguous relationship of my contemporaries with today’s neo Fascist narratives; and, 3/ the dealings, connections, and exchanges with locals and with my family members. I have combined the resulting body of work with my family archive. I juxtaposed the archive photos to the diverse gypsum crystals of the town. In so doing, I tried to put everything together into some kind of cohesive entity. After the war ended, the survived population tried to find new shelter in the destroyed village, as this was central to their history and identity. They eventually rebuilt a modern borough nearby, and the old-town became a ghost village. Therefore, the present project serves also as a meditation on the relationship between the local cultural identity, the city of today, and its history of urbanisation. Employing a selenite filter sabotages all optical properties of modern-day lenses. I do so on purpose and embrace the imperfections. I feel the blurry images coming out the selenite filter can help me in bearing witness to the lost way of life of the town and to its bygone subculture. Literally taken from the territory being represented, I want the medium to speak about our common place of origin. The process was inspired by a geological feature of the territory. Known in the Ancient Rome as Terrae Gypsi, the town stands on a gypsum outcrop. The gypsum stone found there exhibits so obvious crystalline structure that the town was also known as Preta Lucente, or Shining Stone. #selenite
Selenite - The Stone of the Moon In this project I have set out to assemble a filter made of selenite – crystalline mineral gypsum – and to use it to shed new light on the vestiges and the war-torn history of the old-town of Gessopalena (Italy), whose habitations are dug into the gypsum rock itself. Razed to the ground in 1943 by the WWII, Gessopalena is also my hometown and a place from which I moved away. Like personal relationships, gypsum shows translucency, opacity, and color. As such, and forever fixed in the geology of our common place of origin, it remains an allegory of: 1/ the traumatic memories of a population torn by the war; 2/ the ambiguous relationship of my contemporaries with today’s neo Fascist narratives; and, 3/ the dealings, connections, and exchanges with locals and with my family members. I have combined the resulting body of work with my family archive. I juxtaposed the archive photos to the diverse gypsum crystals of the town. In so doing, I tried to put everything together into some kind of cohesive entity. After the war ended, the survived population tried to find new shelter in the destroyed village, as this was central to their history and identity. They eventually rebuilt a modern borough nearby, and the old-town became a ghost village. Therefore, the present project serves also as a meditation on the relationship between the local cultural identity, the city of today, and its history of urbanisation. Employing a selenite filter sabotages all optical properties of modern-day lenses. I do so on purpose and embrace the imperfections. I feel the blurry images coming out the selenite filter can help me in bearing witness to the lost way of life of the town and to its bygone subculture. Literally taken from the territory being represented, I want the medium to speak about our common place of origin. The process was inspired by a geological feature of the territory. Known in the Ancient Rome as Terrae Gypsi, the town stands on a gypsum outcrop. The gypsum stone found there exhibits so obvious crystalline structure that the town was also known as Preta Lucente, or Shining Stone. #selenite
Selenite - The Stone of the Moon In this project I have set out to assemble a filter made of selenite – crystalline mineral gypsum – and to use it to shed new light on the vestiges and the war-torn history of the old-town of Gessopalena (Italy), whose habitations are dug into the gypsum rock itself. Razed to the ground in 1943 by the WWII, Gessopalena is also my hometown and a place from which I moved away. Like personal relationships, gypsum shows translucency, opacity, and color. As such, and forever fixed in the geology of our common place of origin, it remains an allegory of: 1/ the traumatic memories of a population torn by the war; 2/ the ambiguous relationship of my contemporaries with today’s neo Fascist narratives; and, 3/ the dealings, connections, and exchanges with locals and with my family members. I have combined the resulting body of work with my family archive. I juxtaposed the archive photos to the diverse gypsum crystals of the town. In so doing, I tried to put everything together into some kind of cohesive entity. After the war ended, the survived population tried to find new shelter in the destroyed village, as this was central to their history and identity. They eventually rebuilt a modern borough nearby, and the old-town became a ghost village. Therefore, the present project serves also as a meditation on the relationship between the local cultural identity, the city of today, and its history of urbanisation. Employing a selenite filter sabotages all optical properties of modern-day lenses. I do so on purpose and embrace the imperfections. I feel the blurry images coming out the selenite filter can help me in bearing witness to the lost way of life of the town and to its bygone subculture. Literally taken from the territory being represented, I want the medium to speak about our common place of origin. The process was inspired by a geological feature of the territory. Known in the Ancient Rome as Terrae Gypsi, the town stands on a gypsum outcrop. The gypsum stone found there exhibits so obvious crystalline structure that the town was also known as Preta Lucente, or Shining Stone. #selenite
Selenite - The Stone of the Moon In this project I have set out to assemble a filter made of selenite – crystalline mineral gypsum – and to use it to shed new light on the vestiges and the war-torn history of the old-town of Gessopalena (Italy), whose habitations are dug into the gypsum rock itself. Razed to the ground in 1943 by the WWII, Gessopalena is also my hometown and a place from which I moved away. Like personal relationships, gypsum shows translucency, opacity, and color. As such, and forever fixed in the geology of our common place of origin, it remains an allegory of: 1/ the traumatic memories of a population torn by the war; 2/ the ambiguous relationship of my contemporaries with today’s neo Fascist narratives; and, 3/ the dealings, connections, and exchanges with locals and with my family members. I have combined the resulting body of work with my family archive. I juxtaposed the archive photos to the diverse gypsum crystals of the town. In so doing, I tried to put everything together into some kind of cohesive entity. After the war ended, the survived population tried to find new shelter in the destroyed village, as this was central to their history and identity. They eventually rebuilt a modern borough nearby, and the old-town became a ghost village. Therefore, the present project serves also as a meditation on the relationship between the local cultural identity, the city of today, and its history of urbanisation. Employing a selenite filter sabotages all optical properties of modern-day lenses. I do so on purpose and embrace the imperfections. I feel the blurry images coming out the selenite filter can help me in bearing witness to the lost way of life of the town and to its bygone subculture. Literally taken from the territory being represented, I want the medium to speak about our common place of origin. The process was inspired by a geological feature of the territory. Known in the Ancient Rome as Terrae Gypsi, the town stands on a gypsum outcrop. The gypsum stone found there exhibits so obvious crystalline structure that the town was also known as Preta Lucente, or Shining Stone. #selenite
Selenite - The Stone of the Moon In this project I have set out to assemble a filter made of selenite – crystalline mineral gypsum – and to use it to shed new light on the vestiges and the war-torn history of the old-town of Gessopalena (Italy), whose habitations are dug into the gypsum rock itself. Razed to the ground in 1943 by the WWII, Gessopalena is also my hometown and a place from which I moved away. Like personal relationships, gypsum shows translucency, opacity, and color. As such, and forever fixed in the geology of our common place of origin, it remains an allegory of: 1/ the traumatic memories of a population torn by the war; 2/ the ambiguous relationship of my contemporaries with today’s neo Fascist narratives; and, 3/ the dealings, connections, and exchanges with locals and with my family members. I have combined the resulting body of work with my family archive. I juxtaposed the archive photos to the diverse gypsum crystals of the town. In so doing, I tried to put everything together into some kind of cohesive entity. After the war ended, the survived population tried to find new shelter in the destroyed village, as this was central to their history and identity. They eventually rebuilt a modern borough nearby, and the old-town became a ghost village. Therefore, the present project serves also as a meditation on the relationship between the local cultural identity, the city of today, and its history of urbanisation. Employing a selenite filter sabotages all optical properties of modern-day lenses. I do so on purpose and embrace the imperfections. I feel the blurry images coming out the selenite filter can help me in bearing witness to the lost way of life of the town and to its bygone subculture. Literally taken from the territory being represented, I want the medium to speak about our common place of origin. The process was inspired by a geological feature of the territory. Known in the Ancient Rome as Terrae Gypsi, the town stands on a gypsum outcrop. The gypsum stone found there exhibits so obvious crystalline structure that the town was also known as Preta Lucente, or Shining Stone. #selenite
"We tried mediation and it didn't work" ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ I hear this a lot - people are frustrated because what they experienced didn't work. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ In the cross-cultural setting this is often because mediators have assumed that the model is one size fits all. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Research and experience tell us this is not the case. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ Working in the cross-cultural setting requires mediators explore what it means to make legitimate & informed decisions from each cultural perspective. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ It means we have to check in our assumptions about systems and thinking and instead find out what processes clients use to resolve their problems. ⁣⠀ ⁣⠀ This needs to happen before you talk about the conflict itself!
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