Talking about its internal specifications, the Vivo S7e 5G runs on Funtouch OS 10.5 based on the Android 10 software. It features a 6.44-inch full-HD+ (1,080×2,400 pixels) AMOLED display with a 20:9 aspect ratio, 90.1 percent screen-to-body ratio, and 408ppi pixel density. The phone also supports HDR 10. It is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 720 octa-core SoC paired with 8GB of RAM. Internal storage is listed to be at 128GB.Coming to optics, the Vivo S7e 5G has a triple rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel main sensor with f/1.89 lens, an 8-megapixel super wide-angle macro sensor with f/2.2 aperture, and a 2-megapixel pixel blur camera with f/2.4 aperture. Camera features include 10x digital zoom, night scene mode, and more. Up front, the Vivo S7e 5G has a 32-megapixel selfie camera on board with f/2.0 aperture.The Vivo S7e 5G has a 4,100mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. It comes with a screen fingerprint sensor, offers face unlock support, and weighs about 171.7 grams. The dimensions are listed to be at 161×74.04×7.73mm. Connectivity options include USB Type-C port, 5G SA/ NSA, Bluetooth v5, and a 3.5mm audio jack.- Advertisement – Vivo S7e 5G has been launched as the latest smartphone from the Chinese brand. The company has revealed its specifications and features ahead of its pricing details, which are set to be announced on November 11, i.e. Single’s Day in China. The Vivo S7e 5G is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 720 SoC and has a triple rear camera setup with a 64-megapixel main sensor. There is also a 4,100mAh battery on board with the ability to fast charge at 33W.Vivo S7e 5G saleAs mentioned, the pricing of the Vivo S7e 5G is not revealed yet. The company says the price will be announced on November 11, i.e. on Single’s Day in China. The Vivo S7e 5G will be available in three colour options — Mirror Black, Phantom Blue, and Silver Moon. The phone is up for reservations of interest on the company site. It comes in a single 8GB RAM + 128GB storage model.Vivo S7e 5G specifications- Advertisement – Which is the bestselling Vivo smartphone in India? Why has Vivo not been making premium phones? We interviewed Vivo’s director of brand strategy Nipun Marya to find out, and to talk about the company’s strategy in India going forward. We discussed this on Orbital, our weekly technology podcast, which you can subscribe to via Apple Podcasts or RSS, download the episode, or just hit the play button below.Affiliate links may be automatically generated – see our ethics statement for details. – Advertisement –
Feb 27, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – More than half of Americans are concerned about the threat of avian influenza reaching the United States, but few are “very concerned” and fewer still have looked into getting an antiviral drug to protect themselves, according to a survey from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).In a nationally representative sample of 1,043 people taken in late January, 42% described themselves as “somewhat concerned” and 15% as “very concerned” about the avian flu threat, according to a Harvard news release.However, only 2% had asked their physician about the use of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) or other antiviral drugs for protection from avian flu, and fewer than 0.5% had obtained a prescription.Only about one fifth of the respondents (21%) were worried that they or a family member would contract avian flu within the next year; 78% were unconcerned about that. For comparison, 12% were worried about this risk in a survey taken in December 2004, about a year after avian flu began to spread widely and cause human illnesses in East Asia.Fifty-nine percent thought that avian flu was likely to occur among wild birds in the United States over the next year, while 38% viewed this as unlikely. However, a 53% majority thought it unlikely that the virus would hit farm-raised poultry in this country. Forty-four percent thought poultry would be affected, though only 17% expected that outbreaks would be widespread.Close to two thirds of those polled (64%) thought it unlikely that there would be human cases of avian flu in the United States within the next year. Thirty-four percent thought this was likely, and 14% expected widespread human cases.The respondents were asked what they would do if avian flu did hit the poultry industry or led to human illness in the United States. Close to half (46%) of those who ate poultry said they would stop eating it if poultry outbreaks occurred.Most of those surveyed said that if human cases occurred in their state, they would reduce or avoid travel (75%), avoid public events (71%), try to get a prescription for Tamiflu or other antivirals (68%), and stay at home and keep their children at home during the outbreak (68%).In the Harvard news release, Robert J. Blendon, director of the survey, said this type of response “would likely slow the spread of the disease, but it would also have major impact on the state’s economy and healthcare system.” Blendon is a professor of health policy and political analysis at HSPH.A 54% majority of Americans follow news media coverage of avian flu closely, according to the results. Nearly the same proportion—53%—said the media were giving the subject about the right level of coverage, while 27% said the media were exaggerating it and 11% said they were underplaying it.A 69% majority of the respondents were aware that human cases of avian flu had occurred in Asia, and 73% knew there had been no cases in the Untied States. However, 15% thought human cases had already occurred in this country.Michael T. Osterholm, PhD, MPH, a leading advocate of preparedness for pandemic flu, called the survey “an important study in that it begins to track the American understanding of both avian influenza specifically and the general concern regarding preparedness for a future influenza pandemic.” Osterholm is director of the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy, publisher of the CIDRAP Web site.However, he said the survey reflects some public confusion about avian flu and its relationship to the risk of a human flu pandemic. “To most citizens it’s not clear what avian influenza really means as a human health threat,” he said. “They still see this as largely a poultry problem with only occasional transmission to humans.”Thus, most people see the threat to the United States as a possible expansion of the Asian situation, in which widespread bird outbreaks could lead to occasional human cases, Osterholm said, adding, “It’s much more than that.”The immediate risk in the United States “will be much lower [than in Asia] because we’ll have a much lower rate of disease in poultry and much less human exposure,” he said. “But what the public health community is worried about is not that; it’s the risk of a pandemic with avian influenza as the cause. It’s about the birds, but it’s not about the birds. The real concern has to be about the future.”The survey was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.See also:Harvard news release, with links to the full survey resultshttp://www.hsph.harvard.edu/press/releases/press02232006.html
Apr 10, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – The spring decline of US influenza activity picked up speed last week, when only four states still reported widespread flu activity, down from 13 a week earlier, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported today.Eighteen states reported regional flu activity for the week that ended Apr 4, while another 20 had only local activity, the agency said. The rest of the states had only sporadic cases or didn’t report. The states still dealing with widespread flu were Alabama, New York, Virginia, and Washington.Despite some problems with antiviral resistance, this season appears to have been a fairly mild one, at least in comparison with last year, when two of the three flu strains in the vaccine didn’t match up well with the viruses making people sick.Medical visits to the CDC’s network of sentinel providers for treatment of influenza-like illness (ILI) this season have run well below last season. A chart in the CDC report shows that the proportion of visits for ILI this season peaked in February at about 3.5% of all visits, whereas at last year’s peak, also in February, ILI accounted for about 6% of all medical visits. Last week the proportion of visits ascribed to ILI was 1.6%, well below the epidemic threshold of 2.4%.Two flu-related deaths in children were reported last week, one each in Illinois and Virginia, the CDC reported. That brings the seasonal total to 45 deaths, which is well below the overall toll of 88 for the 2007-08 season and 78 for 2006-07.Of the 45 children who died, 27 were tested for secondary bacterial infections, and 12 tested positive. Eight of these had Staphylococcus aureus infections, three of which involved methicillin-resistant (MRSA) strains.In another sign of a fairly mild season, flu-related hospitalization rates for children under age 4 this season have been well below those of last season, the CDC report shows. Through Mar 21, data from the New Vaccine Surveillance Network show the rate for this season was 1.46 hospitalizations per 10,000 children.Flu-related hospitalization rates for adults this season also were well below last season’s level, according to data from the CDC’s Emerging Infections Program (EIP). Rates for adults this year were fairly close to those recorded in 2006-07, a chart based on EIP data shows.As for overall flu-related deaths, 7.4% of deaths reported through the CDC’s 122-city mortality surveillance system last week were attributed to pneumonia and influenza, which is below the epidemic threshold of 7.8%, the CDC said. A chart shows that the percentage of deaths attributed to pneumonia and flu never surpassed the epidemic threshold this season, whereas it hovered above that level for several weeks last season.Continuing a trend of the past several weeks, influenza B viruses were the most common type identified last week, though type A viruses have been predominant in the season overall. Of 348 viruses that were typed, 203 (58.3%) were type B. For the whole season, 67.9% of isolates have been type A and 32.1% type B.Most of the type B viruses tested this year have not been a good match for the B strain in this year’s vaccine. The latest numbers show that of 263 type B viruses that have been antigenically characterized, 50 belonged to the Yamagata lineage used in the vaccine, while 213 belonged to the Victoria lineage and were not related to the vaccine strain.However, all influenza A isolates that the CDC has studied have been well matched to the strains in this year’s vaccine. These include 594 A/H1N1 viruses and 88 A/H3N2 isolates, the CDC reports.Among influenza A viruses, the H1N1 subtype has predominated over H3N2 this season. That may be a factor in the relatively mild season, as experts say that seasons tend to be more severe when H3N2 viruses dominate.Today’s report shows a continuation of the season-long pattern of oseltamivir (Tamiflu) resistance in H1N1 viruses. It says 694 of 699 (99.3%) tested H1N1 isolates showed resistance to the drug, while all tested H3N2 and B viruses have been sensitive to oseltamivir and the other neuraminidase inhibitor, zanamivir (Relenza). The resistance findings prompted the CDC to revise its recommendations for antiviral treatment in December.Nearly all H1N1 isolates tested this season have been sensitive to the older antiviral drugs, amantadine and rimantadine. However, all tested H3N2 viruses have shown resistance to those drugs.See also: CDC flu updatehttp://www.cdc.gov/flu/weekly/
The information system for check-in and check-out of guests of the Croatian National Tourist Board – eVisitor, has been nominated for the UNWTO Award for Innovation in Tourism.The UNWTO Awards recognize inspiring individuals and projects for their innovative achievement, as well as an invaluable commitment to the development and advocacy of sustainable tourism in accordance with the UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals.Thus, the eVisitor system was among the fourteen best innovative projects, out of 128 submitted from 55 countries. As part of the 14th edition of the UNWTO awards, which will be held in January 2018 at the International Tourism Fair in FITUR in Spain, the best individuals and projects for innovative projects will be announced.eVisitor is a unique online information system that connects all tourist boards in the Republic of Croatia and provides daily insight into the state of tourist traffic, an up-to-date database of accommodation facilities and accommodation providers, real-time reporting for statistical and marketing purposes and better control of tourist tax collection. with the aim of generating higher revenues in the tourism sector.
Yesterday, Istra Inspirit was awarded the seventh prize in a row at a competition organized by the ‘European Cultural Tourism Network’ – European Cultural Tourism Network in the category Contribution to cultural and creative industries. Istra Inspirita, as the only finalist from Croatia, won the third place for the application entitled ‘Revival of the cultural and historical heritage of Istria through cultural tourism’. The conference entitled ‘Cultural heritage as an asset for responsible and sustainable tourism’ was organized on the occasion of the European Year of Cultural Heritage – #EuropeForCulture. The award ceremony took place at a gala dinner at the Pantheon Conference Center in Paphos, a city in Cyprus that is also the European Cultural Destination in 2017.”We are pleased to point out that Istra Inspirit has been re-recognized as a project that enriches the cultural and innovative – experiential offer of the Istrian peninsula, at the level of the European Union and by a European organization dealing with cultural tourism. Recognitions and awards internationally can contribute to promotion project, as well as further emphasize quality and innovation. We believe that with constant effort and perseverance in providing a unique cultural experience, stories, myths and legends can be revived in a quality way, which enriches the cultural and experiential tourism of Istria. ”Pointed out Morena Milevoj, coordinator of marketing and PR of the project from the Istrian Development Tourist Agency – IRTA doo under which the project is implemented, and added that they also presented Istria as a tourist destination at the conference.This recognition is another proof and confirmation of the long-term successful work of Istra Inspirit, a project of the Administrative Department for Tourism of the Istrian County implemented within the Istrian Development Tourist Agency, which has so far been recognized as a significant product of cultural tourism and awarded prestigious prizes (7) for the most creative tourist program: CBTour – award for the best creative program of Croatian business tourism, MRAK (Network for development and creativity) – award for the best creative and innovative tourist product, ‘Simply the best’, ‘Golden goat 2012 / Capra d’oro 2012’, ‘Golden Zoom Awards’ – the best marketing campaign of a tourist destination awarded as part of the Travel Zoom conference in Bled, Slovenia, ‘Creative Tourism Award’ – award for the most creative experience in 2014 given to Istra Inspirit awarded by the international organization Creative Tourism Network from Barcelona, 2015.Also, for the end, it should be added that the UNWTO included Istra Inspirit among the 28 best tourist stories in the world, and which are included in the prestigious and recognized book Tourism Stories published by the World Tourism Organization, which is certainly another confirmation of the excellent concept.
After the meeting, the President of the Independent Association of Caterers Marin Medak and the President of the Association of Caterers of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County Vedran Jakominić presented the requests to the Government of the Republic of Croatia and relevant institutions, with the aim of saving the tourism sector finds before complete collapse. “Precisely because of this alarming situation, it is time for the Government to finally start a dialogue with the representatives of the caterers. ”reports from the Coordination of Croatian Caterers. CATERER’S APPEAL: THE SEASON IS BORN, WE MISS WORKERS “We have the absolute highest VAT rate on food preparation and serving in the Mediterranean and one of the highest rates in the European Union. We demand an urgent reduction of that rate to 13%, as well as the abolition of the consumption tax of 3% because these rates prevent us from adequately paying the domestic workers we want to employ instead of foreigners. We are in tax scissors that do not allow us to develop and destroy not only our sector but also tourism as a key branch of the Croatian economy. Our income is practically nationalized through high taxes and benefits, and all risks and obligations remain with us. Our initiative has now grown into an active Coordination of Croatian caterers as a result of the urgent need for change”, Said the president of the Independent Association of Caterers Marin Medak. The caterers are asking for an urgent meeting with the Government. A working meeting with key stakeholders was held in Zagreb today, organized by the Coordination of Croatian Caterers, at which the problems faced by Croatian caterers were discussed and a message was sent to the Government that VAT on food preparation and serving must be urgently reduced from the current 25%. at 13%. Related news: The working meeting was attended by representatives of the Association of Taxpayers Lipa, Croatian Tourism Association, Association of Independent Employers, Coordination of Producers of Spirits at HUP, representative of the Federation of Independent Trade Unions of Croatia Mladen Novosel, suppliers and many Croatian caterers. The coordination of Croatian caterers consists of caterers throughout Croatia, including the initiators of the initiative Association for Catering and Tourism of Međimurje, Association of Caterers Dubrovnik, Independent Association of Caterers and Association of Caterers of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County. It was said that measures such as the introduction of a quota for foreign workers are only a temporary solution, while Croatia needs a quality and long-term strategy for the development of tourism and hospitality that will enable Croatian workers to stay in Croatia instead of going abroad. Photo: Pexels.com “If we compare the distribution of catering turnover in Croatia and in comparable Mediterranean countries, the total share of the state and workers in transport is almost the same (59% vs. 58%), but when we pay attention to the net amount a worker receives, we get the answer where the money is. A worker in our country receives exactly 50% of the amount he could receive, and the entire difference is appropriated by the state. It is humiliating to watch people leave the country, while messages come from the Government that it is the employer who is insatiable. According to Fina, just over 120 entrepreneurs had 882.884 employees last year, a turnover of around HRK 680 billion, and a profit of HRK 22 billion (or 3%). It is clear that money is not with us. We expect that in cooperation with all stakeholders – small breweries, winemakers, family farms and unions, we will succeed in our intention to defend our economy. To direct revenues to our colleagues and domestic producers and thus strengthen the economy, but also reduce dependence on tourism.”, Concluded the president of the Association of Caterers of the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County Vedran Jakominić. NO CATERER MAY PARTICIPATE IN THE DEVASTATION OF THE CROATIAN COAST BY USING FINGERS
Welcome lunches at the Slavonian Gate, Šokac dinner in Kunjevci, guided tastings in Kutjevo wineries, a lecture by the youngest Croatian chef from a restaurant with a MICHELIN star, a tour of the Papuk Nature Park, the Festival of Lights and the Red District in Osijek’s Tvrđa, awards for the most deserving Croatian tourism forum , all this and much more at this year’s Days of Croatian Tourism, which are held for the first time on the continent from 2 to 5 October. The largest gathering of tourism workers in Croatia, the traditional event Days of Croatian Tourism (DHT), will be held at several locations in Slavonia from 2 to 5 October The host of the largest gathering of tourist workers is taken over by Slavonia, while the organizers are the Ministry of Tourism, the Croatian Tourist Board and the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, which this year prepared a really rich three-day content. The visit to Slavonia, however, cannot pass without tamburitza players, so Thursday night is reserved for a shock dinner at the Kunjevci estate near Vinkovci, where, with a lot of fun, the annual Croatian tourist awards will be presented. On Friday, October 4, at 12.30 pm in the Osijek Fortress, the Croatian Tourist Forum is scheduled for the topic ‘Financing the sustainable development of tourism’, followed by the traditional Meeting with representatives of the Government of the Republic of Croatia. The final evening of this year’s DHT, whose program is in charge of screenwriter and director Krešimir Dolenčić and concept author and co-screenwriter Milan Sivački, will be held in the evening at King Tomislav Park. The event will be broadcast live on the first HRT program with the director Mirena Stijačić. Photo: Hrvoje Serdar The general sponsor of the event is HEP. In addition to all of the above, a rich program symbolically called Head On East will be held in the Baroque Fortress for all three days of the event. An invitation to go to the east of Croatia and experience Slavonia full of contrasts with a variety of music, gastronomic duels, top wines, a festival of light, a cabaret show, an antiques fair… At the same time, each of the five Slavonian counties organizes separate various programs about which you can find out all the details on the application of the asappx event. You can download it at the links for Android and for IOs You still get there REPORT for the richest and longest DHT so far! A welcome is being prepared for the participants of the event on Wednesday, October 2, at the entrance to Slavonia – a traditional Slavonian lunch in front of the Pejačević castle in Virovitica and at the Savus Farm in Slavonski Brod. In the evening, the event will be officially opened at 18.30 pm in front of Eltz Castle in Vukovar, where guests can expect an attractive garden party along the Danube, while the next day the program begins at 11 am with study tours of Papuk Nature Park, tastings in Krauthaker and Galić wineries. and the lecture ‘Movement Farm to Table’ which will be held at the Savus Farm by Deni Srdoč, chef of the famous Kvarner restaurant Draga di Lovran, which received a MICHELIN star this year.
Officer served people of Glenville with careOn March 27, the Glenville Police Department said goodbye and happy retirement to one of its own. After 20 years of service, Officer Tracy Nethaway called out of service for the last time.Officer Nethaway was hired in April 1999 as the town’s first female police officer. She always went above and beyond her normal police duties. She would help residents who were down on their luck, took care of the elderly in the community and was instrumental in educating women and seniors with fraudulent scams and how to defend themselves against predators.I am proud and honored to have worked with such a caring, compassionate officer for the past 10 years and to call her my friend. She will be missed by myself, her co-workers and the residents of the town of Glenville. I wish her all the best in retirement; it is well deserved!Anne Marie PeltierBallston Lake Experts say slots are the most addictive form of casino gambling, producing addicts in a year, not three years, like other casino games. Because slots players are more likely to be local and members of vulnerable groups (the elderly and poor), our community needs to be especially concerned. The consequences of problem gambling reach the entire community, not just gamblers, their families, friends and employers. Experience shows we cannot count on the casino or government to focus on prevention education rather than treating problem gambling, given their incentives to maximize casino revenue. Studies say that 40 percent to 60 percent of slots revenue comes from problem gamblers. A Canadian study found that casual players comprised 75 percent of players, but contributed only 4 percent of net gambling revenue. Therefore, our private sector — health care providers, civic, social, religious, educational and neighborhood groups — must work to cultivate a healthy attitude toward casino gambling, to place it into the low-risk category of casual entertainment and recreation. Happily, an easy-to-find and use treasure trove of materials already exists that encourages safe gambling practices and discourages risky gambling behavior.At http://tinyurl.com/SlotsProblem, you can find samples, data, links and recommendations. Meanwhile, set a budget and time limit; play for fun, not riches.David GiacaloneSchenectadyMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsGov. Andrew Cuomo’s press conference for Sunday, Oct. 18EDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidation Categories: Letters to the Editor, OpinionCompany officials must pay for deathsPurdue Pharma and the Sackler family have agreed to pay $270 million to the state of Oklahoma because of the over-aggressive marketing of Purdue’s drug, OxyContin.The settlement supports the idea that the marketing by Purdue contributed to the large number of opioid overdose deaths in Oklahoma. Hundreds of other similar lawsuits are making their way through the courts.So what are the penalties other than fines for a corporation’s actions causing hundreds of deaths? I contend we can use the 2010 Supreme Court decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission as guidance for what penalties a corporation should suffer when it contributes harm to people. In Citizens United, the court upheld the notion of corporate “personhood.” The court argued that corporations are entitled to constitutional protections such as those provided by the First and Fourteenth amendments. If a corporation is a person, then Purdue Pharma and the Sackler family should suffer the same penalties as any other person. Purdue Pharma knowingly put a dangerous product on the market that led to hundreds of overdose deaths. The corporation’s directors and chief officers should go to prison for the same amount of time that a person would go to jail for committing a similar crime.Larry LewisGlenville Be careful when gambling on slotsWith the end of Problem Gambling Awareness Month, we should recognize that Schenectady has a slots gambling problem. Since Rivers casino’s first anniversary in February 2017, its entire growth in gaming revenue has come from slots play, with table game revenue down. Special-needs cuts will hurt the childrenAs the parent of a special needs child, I’m filled with anger and disgust at the cuts being proposed to our educational system and to Secretary Betsy DeVos’ justifications for making such cuts. The proposal is a thin-veiled tax break for the wealthy and will harm special-needs children. My son, Nicholas, is a loving 8-year old developmentally-delayed child.We’re fortunate to live in a blue state that afforded good health insurance and had an amazing pediatrician who got Nicholas into early development programs when he was 2 years of age. We’re thankful that Nicholas could attend a school specializing in educating children living with developmental disabilities, and he continues to participate in specialized therapies to help him progress physically and teach him tasks we take for granted, such as tying our shoes or zippering a coat.Last week Secretary DeVos outlined a plan that would cut $51 million from programs designed to help my child and others like him.She wants to give $60 million to charter schools, a clear conflict of interest given her family’s investments in charter schools, and she proposes the creation of 100 percent tax credit for contributions so state-sanctioned scholarship donors could get back their entire donation through federal taxes, meaning the taxpayers pay for them. When voters speak, officials must listenThe United Kingdom’s 2014 referendum to exit the European Union was a plausible outcome, despite then-Prime Minister David Cameron’s “stronger together” campaign and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney’s warning of the ensuing economic turmoil. Poorly implemented austerity measures in Italy and Greece, the uneven distribution of migrants from a war-torn Middle East and Northern Africa, and subsequent terrorist attacks burdened wealthier European countries. European courts, often espousing socialist ideology and at times Middle Eastern-style authoritarianism, threatened basic freedoms while onerous regulations undermined economic interests. Newly appointed Prime Minister Theresa May’s vision for a sovereign U.K. was soon compromised by the allure of socialism pitched by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during her call for snap elections, which toppled the Tories’ governing majority. Though able to form a majority governing coalition with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party, her leverage in gaining major concessions from the EU had eviscerated as Labour’s strategy was to reject every proposal in an attempt to force a second referendum. Supposedly, voters were uninformed and Parliamentarians unprepared, even though Ms. May’s latest proposal would have avoided a hard border with Ireland and given the U.K. the jurisdiction to leave Europe’s Customs Union. Parliament’s refusal to honor Brexit was enabled largely by Millennials’ embrace of socialism and their misunderstanding that governments can’t spend more than their economies produce, as Venezuelans know all too well. It also more broadly depicts Albany politics, where every so often a school or library budget is rejected and Albany residents are expected to vote correctly the second time. Stephen DansereauAlbany This proposal will harm millions of American children who have special needs and aren’t fortunate to have the resources they need to lead full and productive lives to the best of their abilities.Edward SmithSchenectady
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