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The UK leaves the European Union (2019)

European Union: Iceland Independence Day Komi Republic Text and graphics Theo Deutinger, Filip Cieloch and Lucia de Usera Faroe Islands shan Throughout history, the borders of Europe have constantly a. Basque Country changed. Unfortunately, shifting borders are usually the outcome LaRioja of conflict, as exemplified by the dissolution of Yugoslavia. Yet 6n armed conflict is avoidable, as shown by the emergence of the 7.Free County post-Soviet states and the peaceful divorce of Czechoslovakia in 1993. Just a year ago, one might have thought that a more mature 10.Switzertand world was evolving - one in which the pursuit of sovereignty could 11.5ao be settled without gunfire- but in light of the war in Ukraine and 13. Liguria ISIL's desire for an Islamic caliphate, global sanity seems more 1. Tieino unachievable than ever, Jämtland O0ster Shetland Outer Hebrides Orkney Islands Udmurtia Sweden Estonia Tatarstan Bashkortostan The concept of nation-state sovereignty beganth euth tyrol Chuvashia Northumberland the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 and is based on territoriality and 19 of ManDenmark Friui-Venezia Giutia the absence of a role for external agents in domestic structures. 20.istria ber that had declined to about 70 at the end of the 19 century, Bonia Herzegovina eign states. Republika Srpska In 1648 the world consisted of some 80 sovereign states, a num-22. Croatian Rep of Ireland Mordovia when it began to grow again. Today's world comprises 20andnk Wales Mercia Together with the rise of the modern state, the accuracy of national boundaries increased as well, thanks to modern 28. Northern Epirus Kazakhstan Germany surveying techniques (triangulation) and the consequent pro- 3Shlesaig-Holssein duction of highly detailed maps. Precisely drawn borders have 31. Karachay-Cherkessia not led to greater stability, however, but to even more sensitivityAbiahazia among nations. A study of the number and size of nation states 34. South Ossetia concludes that one result of democratization and economic 35. Ingushetia integration is ever more countries. As Marshall McLuhan points 37 out in The Gutenberg Galaxy, literacy is another determining 38. Adjara Netherlands Guernsey Isle of Wigh Jersey O P Brittany bourg factor, as most states that have formed over the past 150 years Nagorno Karabakh Car ORostov Slovakia Ruthenia have appeared along language lines, and people who can read and write are aware of the cultural impact of word-based com- Austria Transnistria Russia The collapse of hegemonic empires has also served as Galicia Hungary Kr midwife at the birth of nation states. The end of the Roman Empire marked an increase in the number of European states, which had risen from 37 to 1 14 by 1300, a development compara- ble to the proliferation of sovereign states in East-Central Europe Portuga Occitania ia gauzia Croatia 三 ezgistar Romania since the fall of the Communist regime. The process of autonomy Monaco has slowed down but not halted; in Western Europe it is fed by subsidies from the European Union, a Marino Bul nd in Eastern Europe it is triggered by Russia's autocratic government. Both systems have an expiration date and should be prepared for a higher diversity o Valencia of sovereign states. It is to be hoped that, at the very least, the nations of Western Europe understand the concept of a peaceful divorce and the need to respect another's point of view. Andalusia Balearic Islands .Alberto Alesina and Enrico Spolaore, On the Number and Sine of Sardinia Notions, The Quartery Journal of Economies, Vol. 112, Na.4 (Now. 1007) 2. Marshall McLuhan, The Gutenberg Golaxy The Making ef Typogrophic Mon, Univeesity of Toronto Press, 1962 3. Chiu Yu Ko, Mark Koyama and Tuan-Hwee Sng, Unified China _ Iraq and Divided Europe, June 2014 ru Malta land-of-maps: Independence Day : what Europe would look if separatist movement got their wish [5335 × 3205]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
European Union: Iceland
 Independence Day
 Komi Republic
 Text and graphics Theo Deutinger, Filip Cieloch and Lucia de Usera
 Faroe Islands shan
 Throughout history, the borders of Europe have constantly a. Basque Country
 changed. Unfortunately, shifting borders are usually the outcome LaRioja
 of conflict, as exemplified by the dissolution of Yugoslavia. Yet 6n
 armed conflict is avoidable, as shown by the emergence of the 7.Free County
 post-Soviet states and the peaceful divorce of Czechoslovakia in
 1993. Just a year ago, one might have thought that a more mature 10.Switzertand
 world was evolving - one in which the pursuit of sovereignty could 11.5ao
 be settled without gunfire- but in light of the war in Ukraine and 13. Liguria
 ISIL's desire for an Islamic caliphate, global sanity seems more 1. Tieino
 unachievable than ever,
 Jämtland
 O0ster
 Shetland
 Outer Hebrides Orkney
 Islands
 Udmurtia
 Sweden
 Estonia
 Tatarstan Bashkortostan
 The concept of nation-state sovereignty beganth euth tyrol
 Chuvashia
 Northumberland
 the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 and is based on territoriality and 19
 of ManDenmark
 Friui-Venezia Giutia
 the absence of a role for external agents in domestic structures. 20.istria
 ber that had declined to about 70 at the end of the 19 century, Bonia Herzegovina
 eign states.
 Republika Srpska
 In 1648 the world consisted of some 80 sovereign states, a num-22. Croatian Rep of
 Ireland
 Mordovia
 when it began to grow again. Today's world comprises 20andnk
 Wales Mercia
 Together with the rise of the modern state, the accuracy
 of national boundaries increased as well, thanks to modern 28. Northern Epirus
 Kazakhstan
 Germany
 surveying techniques (triangulation) and the consequent pro- 3Shlesaig-Holssein
 duction of highly detailed maps. Precisely drawn borders have 31. Karachay-Cherkessia
 not led to greater stability, however, but to even more sensitivityAbiahazia
 among nations. A study of the number and size of nation states 34. South Ossetia
 concludes that one result of democratization and economic 35. Ingushetia
 integration is ever more countries. As Marshall McLuhan points 37
 out in The Gutenberg Galaxy, literacy is another determining 38. Adjara
 Netherlands
 Guernsey Isle of Wigh
 Jersey
 O P
 Brittany
 bourg
 factor, as most states that have formed over the past 150
 years Nagorno Karabakh
 Car
 ORostov
 Slovakia
 Ruthenia
 have appeared along language lines, and people who can read
 and write are aware of the cultural impact of word-based com-
 Austria
 Transnistria
 Russia
 The collapse of hegemonic empires has also served as
 Galicia
 Hungary
 Kr
 midwife at the birth of nation states. The end of the Roman
 Empire marked an increase in the number of European states,
 which had risen from 37 to 1 14 by 1300, a development compara-
 ble to the proliferation of sovereign states in East-Central Europe Portuga
 Occitania
 ia
 gauzia
 Croatia
 三
 ezgistar
 Romania
 since the fall of the Communist regime. The process of autonomy
 Monaco
 has slowed down but not halted; in Western Europe it is fed by
 subsidies from the European Union, a
 Marino
 Bul
 nd in Eastern Europe it is
 triggered by Russia's autocratic government. Both systems have
 an expiration date and should be prepared for a higher diversity
 o Valencia
 of sovereign states. It is to be hoped that, at the very least, the
 nations of Western Europe understand the concept of a peaceful
 divorce and the need to respect another's point of view.
 Andalusia
 Balearic Islands
 .Alberto Alesina and Enrico Spolaore, On the Number and Sine of
 Sardinia
 Notions, The Quartery Journal of Economies, Vol. 112, Na.4 (Now. 1007)
 2. Marshall McLuhan, The Gutenberg Golaxy The Making ef
 Typogrophic Mon, Univeesity of Toronto Press, 1962
 3. Chiu Yu Ko, Mark Koyama and Tuan-Hwee Sng, Unified China
 _
 Iraq
 and Divided Europe, June 2014
 ru
 Malta
land-of-maps:

Independence Day : what Europe would look if separatist movement got their wish [5335 × 3205]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!

land-of-maps: Independence Day : what Europe would look if separatist movement got their wish [5335 × 3205]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!

European Union: When I became your Prime Minister the United Kingdom had just voted to leave the European Union. From my first day in the job, I knew I had a clear mission before me -a duty to fulil on your behalf: to honour the result of the referendum and secure a brighter future for our country by negotiating a good Brexit deal with the EU. Throughout the long and complex negotiations that have taken place over the last year and a half, I have never lost sight of that duty Today, I am in Brussels with the firm intention of agreeing a Brexit deal with the leaders of the other 27 EU nations. It will be a deal that is in our national interest one that works for our whole country and all of our people, whether you voted Leave' or 'Remain. It will honour the result of the referendum. We wl take back control of our borders, by putting an end to the free movement of people once and for all. Instead of an immigration system based on where a person comes from, we will build one based on the skills and talents a person has to offer. We will take back control of our money, by putting an end to vast annual payments to the EU. Instead, we will be able to spend British taxpayer's money on our own priorities, like the extra £394 million per week that we are investing in our long-term plan for the NHS And we will take back control of our laws, by ending the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice in the UK. In future, our laws will be made, interpreted and enforced by our own courts and legislatures We will be out of EU programmes that do not work in our interests: out of the Common Agricultural Policy, that has failed our farmers, and out of the Common Fisheries Policy, that has failed our coastal communities. Instead, we will be able to design a system of agricultural support that works for us and we will be an independent coastal state once again, with full control over our waters. The deal also protects the things we value. EU citizens who have built their lives in the United Kingdom will have their rights protected, as will UK citizens living elsewhere in the EU. A free trade area will allow goods to flow easily across our borders, protecting the many skilled jobs right across the country that rely on integrated supply-chains. Because our European friends will always be our allies in the fight against terrorism and organised crime, the deal wl ensure that security co-operation will continue, so we can keep our people safe. "I will be campaigning with my heart and soul to win that vote and to deliver this Brexit deal, for the good of our United Kingdom and all of our people." Theresa May has written an open letter to the British public to appeal for their support for the Brexit deal. She said her plan promises a "brighter future" for the UK and leaving the EU will be "a moment of renewal and reconciliation for our whole country". EU leaders are in Brussels for a special summit to decide whether to endorse the deal. Many UK MPs - including Conservatives - say they will vote against it. Click the link in our bio to follow all the latest as it happens. Brexit politics unitedkingdom EU bbcnews
European Union: When I became your Prime Minister the United Kingdom had just voted to leave
 the European Union. From my first day in the job, I knew I had a clear mission
 before me -a duty to fulil on your behalf: to honour the result of the referendum
 and secure a brighter future for our country by negotiating a good Brexit deal with
 the EU. Throughout the long and complex negotiations that have taken place over
 the last year and a half, I have never lost sight of that duty
 Today, I am in Brussels with the firm intention of agreeing a Brexit deal with the
 leaders of the other 27 EU nations. It will be a deal that is in our national interest
 one that works for our whole country and all of our people, whether you voted
 Leave' or 'Remain.
 It will honour the result of the referendum. We wl take back control of our
 borders, by putting an end to the free movement of people once and for all. Instead
 of an immigration system based on where a person comes from, we will build one
 based on the skills and talents a person has to offer. We will take back control of
 our money, by putting an end to vast annual payments to the EU. Instead, we will
 be able to spend British taxpayer's money on our own priorities, like the extra
 £394 million per week that we are investing in our long-term plan for the NHS
 And we will take back control of our laws, by ending the jurisdiction of the
 European Court of Justice in the UK. In future, our laws will be made, interpreted
 and enforced by our own courts and legislatures
 We will be out of EU programmes that do not work in our interests: out of the
 Common Agricultural Policy, that has failed our farmers, and out of the Common
 Fisheries Policy, that has failed our coastal communities. Instead, we will be able
 to design a system of agricultural support that works for us and we will be an
 independent coastal state once again, with full control over our waters.
 The deal also protects the things we value. EU citizens who have built their lives in
 the United Kingdom will have their rights protected, as will UK citizens living
 elsewhere in the EU. A free trade area will allow goods to flow easily across our
 borders, protecting the many skilled jobs right across the country that rely on
 integrated supply-chains. Because our European friends will always be our allies in
 the fight against terrorism and organised crime, the deal wl ensure that security
 co-operation will continue, so we can keep our people safe.
"I will be campaigning with my heart and soul to win that vote and to deliver this Brexit deal, for the good of our United Kingdom and all of our people." Theresa May has written an open letter to the British public to appeal for their support for the Brexit deal. She said her plan promises a "brighter future" for the UK and leaving the EU will be "a moment of renewal and reconciliation for our whole country". EU leaders are in Brussels for a special summit to decide whether to endorse the deal. Many UK MPs - including Conservatives - say they will vote against it. Click the link in our bio to follow all the latest as it happens. Brexit politics unitedkingdom EU bbcnews

"I will be campaigning with my heart and soul to win that vote and to deliver this Brexit deal, for the good of our United Kingdom and al...

European Union: I miss memes JOH JOHN European Union the day after article thirteen was approved (September 13th 2018)
European Union: I miss memes
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European Union the day after article thirteen was approved (September 13th 2018)

European Union the day after article thirteen was approved (September 13th 2018)

European Union: siniristiriita siniristiriita Stuff my chemistry teacher has started telling us about because he got distracted 1. The role of building pyramids on the maintenance of the cultural stability of ancient Egypt 2. The exact way that a molotov cocktail works against a tank 3. How a number of different modernly extinct or preventable illnesses affected European culture at their time (multiple occasions) 4. The evolutionary explanation as to why middle-european alcohol culture differs from eastern-european one 5. How climate zones work 6. How the camera was invented 7. Stories relating to wars fought in Europe between the 15th and 21st centuries (multiple occasions) 8. How allergies are born, and why they happen 9. Horoscopes and the differences between astrology and astronomy 10. Astrophysics (multiple occasions) 11. The arabic alphabet 12. The invention of milk chocolate 13. How the man who founded the LIDL supermarket chain used to be his grandmother's subtenant 14. Greek, anglo-saxon and egyptian mythology (multiple occasions) 15. The multiverse theory, and how technically speaking we might never meet aliens because we do not exist to them 16. How counting with your fingers affects the structure of math 17. The private lives of the Nobel brothers (multiple occasions) 18. The inherently catholic roots of the flag of the European Union, and general history of catholic iconography 19. How so many celtic traditions have found their way to Finland 20. All the places he has seen whale meat 21. How queen Victoria and queen Elizabeth respectively rose to power 22. The effects of hallucinogens on ancient religions (multiple occasions) 23. How women's shorter skirts and men ceasing to spit on floors indoors helped to stop the rampant spread of tuberculosis (related to #3 but he went on for 30 minutes about this one) 24. The Westermarck-effect and why it didn't apply to Egyptian pharaohs 25. The moonshine business his grandma used to run in the 40s 26. The effects of meat-eating on the human brain These are all from four weeks of classes in basic chem, where we are supposed to be learning how to read the periodic table and stuff 81 notes Chemistry
European Union: siniristiriita
 siniristiriita
 Stuff my chemistry teacher has started telling us about because he got
 distracted
 1. The role of building pyramids on the maintenance of the cultural stability
 of ancient Egypt
 2. The exact way that a molotov cocktail works against a tank
 3. How a number of different modernly extinct or preventable illnesses
 affected European culture at their time (multiple occasions)
 4. The evolutionary explanation as to why middle-european alcohol culture
 differs from eastern-european one
 5. How climate zones work
 6. How the camera was invented
 7. Stories relating to wars fought in Europe between the 15th and 21st
 centuries (multiple occasions)
 8. How allergies are born, and why they happen
 9. Horoscopes and the differences between astrology and astronomy
 10. Astrophysics (multiple occasions)
 11. The arabic alphabet
 12. The invention of milk chocolate
 13. How the man who founded the LIDL supermarket chain used to be his
 grandmother's subtenant
 14. Greek, anglo-saxon and egyptian mythology (multiple occasions)
 15. The multiverse theory, and how technically speaking we might never
 meet aliens because we do not exist to them
 16. How counting with your fingers affects the structure of math
 17. The private lives of the Nobel brothers (multiple occasions)
 18. The inherently catholic roots of the flag of the European Union, and
 general history of catholic iconography
 19. How so many celtic traditions have found their way to Finland
 20. All the places he has seen whale meat
 21. How queen Victoria and queen Elizabeth respectively rose to power
 22. The effects of hallucinogens on ancient religions (multiple occasions)
 23. How women's shorter skirts and men ceasing to spit on floors indoors
 helped to stop the rampant spread of tuberculosis (related to #3 but he
 went on for 30 minutes about this one)
 24. The Westermarck-effect and why it didn't apply to Egyptian pharaohs
 25. The moonshine business his grandma used to run in the 40s
 26. The effects of meat-eating on the human brain
 These are all from four weeks of classes in basic chem, where we are
 supposed to be learning how to read the periodic table and stuff
 81 notes
Chemistry

Chemistry

European Union: WORLD NEWS TRUMP IN THE U.K July 13 | President Trump arrived in the U.K. Thursday to meet with Queen Elizabeth lI and British Prime Minister Theresa May. President Trump arrived in the U.K. Thursday to meet with Queen Elizabeth II and British Prime Minister Theresa May. Demonstrators have flooded the streets of London protesting the president’s visit. A “Trump Baby” balloon was flown over the Houses of Parliament Friday morning. In an interview with newspaper The Sun, Trump was quoted regarding the protests in London: - “I used to love London as a city. I haven’t been there in a long time. But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?” ___ Trump and Theresa May spoke in a joint press conference. In the story covered by The Sun, Trump commented on the Prime Minister’s negotiations in leaving the European Union and was quoted saying that May “didn’t listen” to his suggested approach to Brexit. He then accused the interview of being fake news, and later apologized to May insisting the U.K.’s decision of negotiations is “ok with us.” When asked about immigration in Europe President Trump stated that immigration is “changing the culture” and is a “very negative thing for Europe.” ___ Trump will arrive in Scotland on Friday evening, where he is expected to stay at his Turnberry golf resort. ____ Matt Cardy-Getty Images ; Doug Mills-The New York Times ; Tim Ireland-Associated Press
European Union: WORLD NEWS
 TRUMP IN THE U.K
 July 13 | President Trump arrived in the U.K.
 Thursday to meet with Queen Elizabeth lI
 and British Prime Minister Theresa May.
President Trump arrived in the U.K. Thursday to meet with Queen Elizabeth II and British Prime Minister Theresa May. Demonstrators have flooded the streets of London protesting the president’s visit. A “Trump Baby” balloon was flown over the Houses of Parliament Friday morning. In an interview with newspaper The Sun, Trump was quoted regarding the protests in London: - “I used to love London as a city. I haven’t been there in a long time. But when they make you feel unwelcome, why would I stay there?” ___ Trump and Theresa May spoke in a joint press conference. In the story covered by The Sun, Trump commented on the Prime Minister’s negotiations in leaving the European Union and was quoted saying that May “didn’t listen” to his suggested approach to Brexit. He then accused the interview of being fake news, and later apologized to May insisting the U.K.’s decision of negotiations is “ok with us.” When asked about immigration in Europe President Trump stated that immigration is “changing the culture” and is a “very negative thing for Europe.” ___ Trump will arrive in Scotland on Friday evening, where he is expected to stay at his Turnberry golf resort. ____ Matt Cardy-Getty Images ; Doug Mills-The New York Times ; Tim Ireland-Associated Press

President Trump arrived in the U.K. Thursday to meet with Queen Elizabeth II and British Prime Minister Theresa May. Demonstrators have f...

European Union: European Union flag after copyright law (2018)
European Union: European Union flag after copyright law (2018)

European Union flag after copyright law (2018)

European Union: Theresa May negotiating the United Kingdoms withdrawal from the European Union (2017).
European Union: Theresa May negotiating the United Kingdoms withdrawal from the European Union (2017).

Theresa May negotiating the United Kingdoms withdrawal from the European Union (2017).

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European Union: PRIVACY POUCY
 WEVE UPDATED OUR PRIVACY POUCY THIS 15 PUREY OUT OF THE GOODNES6
 OF OUR HEARTS, AND HAS NOTHING To DO WITH ANY HYPOTHETICAL UNIONS
 ON AY PARTICULAR CONTİNENTS PEASE READ EVERY PART OF THISPoUCY
 CARERULY AND DONT JUST 5KIP AHEAD LOOKING FOR SEX SCENES.
 THIS POLICY GOVERNS YOUR INTERACTIONS WTH THIS UEBSITE,HEREIN
 REFERRED TO AS "THE SERVMICE" THE WEBSITE" "THE INTERNET" OR
 "FACEBOOK, AND WTH ALL OTHER UEBSITES AND ORGANIZATONS OF ANY
 KIND. THE ENUMERATION IN THIS POLICY, OF CERTAIN RIGHTS, SHALL NOT
 BE CONSTRUED TO DENY OR DISPARAGE OTHERS RETAINED BY THE USERS.
 BY USING THIS SERVMCE, YOU OPT IN TO QUARTERING TROOPS IN YOUR HOME.
 YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
 PLEASE DONT SEND US YOUR PERSONAL İNFORMATİON, WE DO NOT WANT
 YOUR PERS0NAL INFORMATION. WE HAVE A HARD ENOUGH TIME KEEPING
 TRACK OF OUR OLM/ PERSONAL INFORMATION, LET ALONE YOURS
 FYOU TELL US YOUR NAME, OR ANY IDENTIFYING INFORMATİON,WE WILL
 FORGET IT MMEDIATELY THE NEXT TiME WE SEE YOU WELL STRUGGLE TO
 REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE, AND TRY DESPERATELY TO GET THROUGH THE
 CONVERSATİON SO WE CAN GO ONLINE AND HOPEFULLY FIGURE IT OUT
 TRACKING PIXELS, COOKIES, AND BEACONS
 THIS WEB5ITE PLACES PIXELS ON YOUR SCREEN IN ORDER TO FORM TEX
 AND IMAGES, 50ME OF WHICH MAY REMAIN IN YOUR MMEMORY AFTER YOU
 aosE THE PAGE·WE USE COOKIES TO ENHANCE YOUR PERFORMANCE. OUR
 WEBSITE MPY USE LOCAL STORAGE ON YOUR DEVICE IF WE RUN LOW ON
 SPACE ON OUR END WE MAY USE BEACONS To CALL ROHAN FOR AID.
 3RD PARTY EXTENSIONS
 THIS SERVICE MAY UTUZE 3RD PARTY EXTENSIONS IN ORDER TO PLAY
 THE SONG OwUFE 1T FROM THEIR DEBUT ALBUM ALME
 PERMISSION
 FOR USERS WHO ARE CITIZENS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, WE WILL NOW
 BE REQUESTING PERMISSION BEFORE INITİATİNG ORGAN HARVESTING,
 S AND LIMITATIONS
 THIS POLICY SUPERSEDES ANY APPUCACLE FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL
 LAWS REGULATIONS AND ORDINANCES INTERNATİONAL TREATİES, AvDLEGAL
 AGREEMENTS THAT WOULD OTHERUISE APPLY. IF ANY PROVISION OF THIS
 POLICY IS FOUND BY A COURT TO BE UNENFORCEABLE, IT NEVERTHELESS
 REMAINS IN FORCE
 HIS ORGANIZATION IS NOT LIABLE AND THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT BE
 CONSTRUED THESE STATEMENTS HAVE NOT BEEN EVALUATED DY THE FDA.
 THIS WEBSITE IS INTENDED TO TREAT CURE, AND PREVENT ANY DISEASE.
 IF YOU KNOW ANYONE IN EUROPE, PLEASE TELL THEM WERE COOL.
<p><a href="http://memehumor.net/post/174249564393/gdpr" class="tumblr_blog">memehumor</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>GDPR</p></blockquote>

<p><a href="http://memehumor.net/post/174249564393/gdpr" class="tumblr_blog">memehumor</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>GDPR</p></blockquote>

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 to run a separate version of their website
 for EU users, which has all the tracking
 scripts and ads removed. The site
 seemed very fast, so I did a performance
 audit. How fast the internet could be
 without all the junk
 5.2MB500KB
 app's current performance and opportunities to improve it
 web app's current performance and opportunities to improve it.
 your web app's performance across a number of dimensions.
 940 ms
 1.3s
 1.6s
 1.9
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