Hi Ken,  --  It's been entertaining to see the brouhaha over the last decade over TSE, involving as it did M. Hastings, Tom Paulin, Raine, et al. I think it was a salutary thing because it aired issues that had been lurking and needed to be outed, including TSE's alleged misogyny.
 
Speaking of which, I see echoes of Swift in TSE's image of women: for instance both of them were bothered by the fact that women had bodily functions (Swift once mentioned "periodic filth," if I recall correctly). Maybe Swift, like TSE, suffered from horror feminae
 
I  think more needs to be done with TDE's links with Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.).  --  Jim
 
James Loucks, Ph.D.
Ohio State University-Newark
1179 University Dr.
Newark, OH 43055-1797
[log in to unmask]
740.366.9423
fax 740.366.5047
 


From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Ken Armstrong
Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot)

Jim,

Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my Sunday "free time" and went
directly to the library to scope out his _In Defence of T S Eliot_.  Who
could resist that title, at least on this list? I'm not sure in what way he
is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed rather measured and calm
(and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon!  : ) --  but he does have
the merits of being logical and factual to a fault.  Very enjoyable. And in
the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed dept., he's read my mind and
better said it on C. Ricks.  His piece on Salinger and _Catcher in the Rye_
shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. Raine.

Cheers,
Ken A.

At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote:
>Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious verse in her later years
>(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you know if she is related
>to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE?  --  Jim Loucks

--Boundary_(ID_+1+cukRomEsGOzFtm6t5+g)-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 03:01:30 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: {{very OT}}RE: Echoes of Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed As my geologist colleague is wont to say, "Them's my sediments, podnah!" What do you suppose motivates this drive to mediocrity and mere fineness? Ordinary minds tending to stumble over the extraordinary? Some kind of perceptual threat? Shear ignorance of the dynamic (as opposed to the facts and conditions and technique) of the poetry. The anagogical mind is dead? "Humankind cannot bear very much reality." (MitC) Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > CR, > > Eliot's pain must certainly be accounted a major portion of the > irritant that produced the pearl. In his case, a most fabulous string > of pearls. But much of the attendance to Eliot seems to take the form > of turning the pearls back into the sludge whence they came, and to > pound the person Eliot down to "nothing special." The effort is quite > transparent (it reminds me of the story of the little engine that > could, except here the little engine wouldn't) if one can resist the > hypnotic state its oft repeated formulas tend toward. Ultimately, its > flaws assure that it will pass with other passing fashions. For now, > of course, it does take up a lot of bandwidth. > > Ken A. > > --On Saturday, September 10, 2005 9:37 PM -0700 cr mittal > <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/92 - Release Date: 9/7/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 03:03:07 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: {{very OT}}RE: Echoes of Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed And would that be better or worse than Hamlet's finality? :) Peter cr mittal wrote: > /nil nisi divinum stabile est; caetera fumus./ Thanks. ~ CR > > */Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]>/* wrote: > > CR, > > Eliot's pain must certainly be accounted a major portion of the > irritant > that produced the pearl. In his case, a most fabulous string of > pearls. But > much of the attendance to Eliot seems to take the form of turning the > pearls back into the sludge whence they came, and to pound the > person Eliot > down to "nothing special." The effort is quite transparent (it > reminds me > of the story of the little engine that could, except here the > little engine > wouldn't) if one can resist the hypnotic state its oft repeated > formulas > tend toward. Ultimately, its flaws assure that it will pass with > other > passing fashions. For now, of course, it does take up a lot of > bandwidth. > > Ken A. > > --On Saturday, September 10, 2005 9:37 PM -0700 cr mittal > wrote: > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around > http://mail.yahoo.com > >------------------------------------------------------------------------ > >No virus found in this incoming message. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/92 - Release Date: 9/7/2005 > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/92 - Release Date: 9/7/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 05:17:07 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Completely agreed here, Jim. I gave a paper at the TS Eliot society a couple years ago that talked a little about Eliot's relationship to Pope. When doing research for the paper, I realized the dearth of scholarship on that century and Eliot. A great need, indeed. Best wishes, Will --- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I think more needs to be done with TDE's links with > Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose > couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- Jim > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > > > ________________________________ > > From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Ken > Armstrong > Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM > To: [log in to unmask] > Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) > > > > Jim, > > Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my Sunday > "free time" and went > directly to the library to scope out his _In Defence > of T S Eliot_. Who > could resist that title, at least on this list? I'm > not sure in what way he > is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed > rather measured and calm > (and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon! : > ) -- but he does have > the merits of being logical and factual to a fault. > Very enjoyable. And in > the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed dept., > he's read my mind and > better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on Salinger > and _Catcher in the Rye_ > shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. Raine. > > Cheers, > Ken A. > > At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: > >Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious > verse in her later years > >(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you > know if she is related > >to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- Jim > Loucks > > > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 08:20:15 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: {{very OT}}RE: Echoes of Eliot MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Peter Montgomery wrote: > > > The anagogical mind is dead? One of the very few positive achievements of capitalism was bringing about this destruction. It is a mind that can only arise within the brutalities of the feudal world and its fixed (and seemingly visible) social hierarchy. It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so have (and will) other modes. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 06:23:22 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit ' I see echoes of Swift in TSE's image of women: for instance both of them were bothered by the fact that women had bodily functions ' I remember a stanza from Swift that Lawrence quoted often which went like this: 'but celia s***s...' (to rhyme with spits) Can't remember a similar kind of repulsion in Eliot though ! Can you throw some light? --- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Hi Ken, -- It's been entertaining to see the > brouhaha over the last decade over TSE, involving as > it did M. Hastings, Tom Paulin, Raine, et al. I > think it was a salutary thing because it aired > issues that had been lurking and needed to be outed, > including TSE's alleged misogyny. > > Speaking of which, I see echoes of Swift in TSE's > image of women: for instance both of them were > bothered by the fact that women had bodily functions > (Swift once mentioned "periodic filth," if I recall > correctly). Maybe Swift, like TSE, suffered from > horror feminae? > > I think more needs to be done with TDE's links with > Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose > couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- Jim > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > > > ________________________________ > > From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Ken > Armstrong > Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM > To: [log in to unmask] > Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) > > > > Jim, > > Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my Sunday > "free time" and went > directly to the library to scope out his _In Defence > of T S Eliot_. Who > could resist that title, at least on this list? I'm > not sure in what way he > is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed > rather measured and calm > (and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon! : > ) -- but he does have > the merits of being logical and factual to a fault. > Very enjoyable. And in > the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed dept., > he's read my mind and > better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on Salinger > and _Catcher in the Rye_ > shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. Raine. > > Cheers, > Ken A. > > At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: > >Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious > verse in her later years > >(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you > know if she is related > >to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- Jim > Loucks > > > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 09:26:45 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> Subject: OT: FW: FW: FW: Amber Alert Photo Comments: To: [log in to unmask] Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="=====================_6653947==_" --=====================_6653947==_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed May a grief be arrested. Ken Armstrong >Subject: An Amber Alert > >please look at the picture, read what her father says, then forward his >message on. > >Maybe if everyone passes this on, someone will see this child. >That is how the girl from Stevens Point was found by circulation >of her picture on tv. The internet circulates even overseas, >South America, and Canada etc. Thanks > >Please pass this to everyone in your address book. >[] > >We have a store manager (Wal-Mart) from Longs, SC >who has a 9 year old daughter who has been missing >for 2 weeks. >Keep the picture moving on. >With God on her side she will be found. > >I am asking you all, begging you to please >forward this email on to anyone and everyone >you know, PLEASE. >My 9 year old girl, Penny Brown, is missing. >She has been missing for now two weeks. > >It is still not too late. Please help us. If anyone any >where knows anything, please contact me at: >[log in to unmask] > >I am including a picture of her. >All prayers are appreciated!! > >It only takes 2 seconds >to forward this. > >If it was your child, you would want all the help you could get. > > > > > > > >Willis Lee Griffin Jr. > >319 Old Folkstone Rd. > >Holly Ridge NC 28445 > >(910) 330-0806 > > > >I never stop believing in people, they just stop believing in me. > > >-- >No virus found in this outgoing message. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.20/95 - Release Date: 9/9/2005 > > >Click here to donate to the >Hurricane Katrina relief effort. > >-- >Internal Virus Database is out-of-date. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.338 / Virus Database: 267.10.2/65 - Release Date: 8/7/2005 > > >-- >Internal Virus Database is out-of-date. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.338 / Virus Database: 267.10.2/65 - Release Date: 8/7/2005 > > --=====================_6653947==_ Content-Type: application/octet-stream; name="6585df.jpg" Content-ID: <.0> Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 Content-Disposition: inline; filename="6585df.jpg" /9j/4AAQSkZJRgABAQAAAQABAAD/2wBDAAEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEB AQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQH/2wBDAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEB AQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQEBAQH/wAARCAD6ATEDASIA AhEBAxEB/8QAHwAAAQUBAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAAAAECAwQFBgcICQoL/8QAtRAAAgEDAwIEAwUFBAQA AAF9AQIDAAQRBRIhMUEGE1FhByJxFDKBkaEII0KxwRVS0fAkM2JyggkKFhcYGRolJicoKSo0NTY3 ODk6Q0RFRkdISUpTVFVWV1hZWmNkZWZnaGlqc3R1dnd4eXqDhIWGh4iJipKTlJWWl5iZmqKjpKWm p6ipqrKztLW2t7i5usLDxMXGx8jJytLT1NXW19jZ2uHi4+Tl5ufo6erx8vP09fb3+Pn6/8QAHwEA AwEBAQEBAQEBAQAAAAAAAAECAwQFBgcICQoL/8QAtREAAgECBAQDBAcFBAQAAQJ3AAECAxEEBSEx BhJBUQdhcRMiMoEIFEKRobHBCSMzUvAVYnLRChYkNOEl8RcYGRomJygpKjU2Nzg5OkNERUZHSElK U1RVVldYWVpjZGVmZ2hpanN0dXZ3eHl6goOEhYaHiImKkpOUlZaXmJmaoqOkpaanqKmqsrO0tba3 uLm6wsPExcbHyMnK0tPU1dbX2Nna4uPk5ebn6Onq8vP09fb3+Pn6/9oADAMBAAIRAxEAPwD8TLDX PD/jDH/CUHxHpf8AwjZ/4nl94V/5Cx+v1/yfT6q8H2f7H+qalpesf8Jj8UNLHhsf2h/YZ0PQf+Kk z+v+cZFfmTYa3qGuaD4o1j7RdWv+g/6d9O3sO/v+dfbnwN8H/wDCzPAf2nwt4P8A7LtdB/4p++vr HP8AxMtY/wDr9fwr894s/wCg/V6WVmrW27f59z4nCXdsAk3qtlfslf0+59tD7w/Zv0/4H6Hqf9j+ KPEHjfVLrxVfHUPt3/CK6D/yGOM/5/Tpn9NoPhX+zvcWmT4g+JZ9R/Yegfh/nNfhTolv8SPA+vWv 2jwtqmvaXZ33GP6n/P4V+0vgb4iaP4w8H6XrH2f7L0/0G+9f8Pce/Pevyf6z5f8ApX+XmvvP1nh1 NR+otO1r3enru9LLq/LzZgar8I/2ZvtguLjWPG49v7D0Dp146d+Dn0rznXPgv+zPeZ/4nPjf2/4k eg+/f/Gq3xC1z+vf0/z/AIV41D45+zjp6c8ce/r+f0r3cLiu3y/rtfT/AIGh1YpYH5r/AD6+drfI PGHwP/Zf0Oz+0XGseN/p/Yegd/z/AK+gr8+/HVx+y/Z3l1b/APCQeN8f9gLQPx/+v9a+tPiRqGs+ MLP7P09fpn/Pp39q/NPx/wDs1+INR1L+0P7Q/Pn8fw6+vvX3vCWKu/8AbvK3z/rT5M+NzPC62wO1 lft0v+vUy9bvP2Z7j/mYPiX/AOCPQec457cV4jqn/DO9xN/yMHxL/wDBHoP+eSfX+tdl4q+D9v4T /wBH/wCPrPf+XoenX9Pb5L8SaH/Z+sfZ7b+n5/y9/Wv1nCa8tu2n3I8HFZYsIr23V3v89fuPebDT /wBn/wD6GD4l/wDgj0H1/wAj3z2r6B+HXxM+E/w/m/4k/iD4l49P7D0Htjn/AD2r4P0TS/tE38/8 5z/nj3+jPCvw/wAe/fjj/I/nXVit16/ojytj6q8YfFT4b/FSzGn6h4g8b6Xan/nx0PQfyGAP1yPw o0T4V/sz/Y/+Rh+Jft/xI9Bz+nf8/wCtfNN/9n0P8Of/AK59f8/jy9/441AZ+z9un4/5HWuQ61iX okn0XTTp2PrTW/h/+z/bw/8AEv1j4l9v+YHoP5fTp+HWvZPhD4H+A/2z/ioLj4l3V1/2A9B/x49c +/rXy/8ACI/8JhN/pH6cfiP8n2zX6MeD/B2j6fDa+358Y/8A1kn1/GvzriPPvqene91bX/O/3n12 VO7v3af5nd6f+z3+zPql5/bFxrHxQ6nroeg/p/MV6jonwb/ZX0+b/kMeN/8AwR6Cenf6cY/lVWGz +0Wfp9ePcjp6+v069eX1XT/9M/0fg/y/L8/p9a/OXxHjMZftqlp0el7ea3+T2Pro7L0R9Laf8P8A 9lfyf+Qv8QT/ANwLQR04x6Z9qy9Q+H/7N5z9n1j4l+n/ACA9B7f5z/nNeD6UdQ0/J/L29ev8+/tz XZQ65b6f/iff8M9f65ryt35s9E6iw+Df7P8Aqk3+keIPiXx/1A9B/wA//W/T2XSvgv8Asv2cP/IY +Jf46HoPX/P6ntXz7D440ezx+Xf9P6H9T3Sb4ifaP+Qf26dfz/n2/E8Vgvrt1fa/lt/wwL6ndW30 9b6fLt5H0YPDf7L+nzf8hjxuM/8AUD0H29e/WvRtK0P9lfyf+Rh8bj6aHoP/ANb/ACa+GL/UJ7/9 f6dR+vfnivUfAeh6hqH4df8AJ5/n+Ira9t2j1Y4lOyST2XV6d9j6Wm8D/sv/APQY+Jeef+YHoPbj 0/Pj6gdawf8AhD/2b/tn/IZ+JnT/AKAeg/8A6847dffFWrbQ/wDQx9PXH+ePz79Kqf2Fbf5A/wAK 8g9O+l3ppf0PUfCvg/8AZn/6DHxLHH/QD0Hn34z1r0abwf8Asz/9Bjxv2/5geg89fb/6/wCFfL/2 y30vt/nj8On9cYqrN4w//V/T8f8APFdBzLFq+7evn+r/ADPpaHwf+y//ANBjxv3/AOYHoPt/Xj+n euo/4V3+y/cQ/wDIY8b8/wDUD0H/ACP04/KviOHxh/pnc+/9fXjp+Vejf25cXFljvyPz/wA8f5x5 CTvbVa229P8ANHqLFaLR7eX6nqGrfDP9lfzudY8b+n/ID0E9Ovr6V5zqvwr/AGV7g/8AIY+Jfr/y A9B7/wAv8nsa+afFXjDWPtgPrnp+P+f8O2DYeJNY/wCXjt+nf8/wx6+lemsMmk7rVX6/5nhLEptK y1duv+R9Lf8ACvv2b9PP/IY+JZ/7geg++Pp/TPQVwfjDTP2b/J/5DHxL/wDBHoH07/T39fXPGTa4 Lizz/n8s+vpXnetf8g7/AD6itD0U1a+i0vv6f5oT+w/2b7eb/kMfEvuTjQ9B6dP6fh+teo+EtL/Z nx/yGPiX/wCCPQR/Tjr/AJ5z8vWFmdQvP8/r07c9K7KbT/s8P9eo69P/AK3XnnGTXobnzC7rpqfR mvaH+zfqkP8AyGfiX1/6Amg/h/8AXx/Lmvhn9pX4Z/C/S/CtrrHw/wD+Et1S7vP+g5+HGfp+vauy h1S4t7zr/nP49+/5Yq18ToPtHg/TOOl9rHH+e3X/ACapf7Hts/xv+P8AwPIuzxenT+vm0/y8j83v 7Cv/AE/X/wCvRX1T/ZVv6n8v/r0Vv/ank/6t/l+C+VfVf7y/H+v+Hflb5L0r9lf/AITDw34y1jwP 4o0v7V9h/wCQHfcfh/h78461+ln7Dfge38H/ALM1r4fuNPGl+J7PXPGH/CVWN9/0GM9efxx/k1+a f/BO/wCIHxn+M974zuP+EX8OWvhfR9DI1zxURjnr2/8A1j6ZNfrlN4w+z2f2f/l6x+XT+vb/ACbe Kzq39lZ477O6e21tdb20sulux+V8JrBf781fZWdtNu/dPX/g695Nodv52TwD098D/P5+vNak2uW+ l2fHbryB/P6/mPXmvL4PFFxqB/8Arf59P5dqzPFVxqGoWn+c8f5x6dvauJJdF/Wn+S+4/RfrStdd tLJ/5mV4q1y3vJvs4/8Arf59ev4kVVsNL077Hj3yP6f57enevB9Vs/FH2zp/TP8Ak8+3Ucmt7+3N Y0+z+men/wBf0Ixn6d8V62EwuyulfbX0699U/wDg6ny7xrTenV7279S1quuW+hz8c8evc8//AK8c V5h8QviZ4W+x/n/P/PfpXz38ZvG+s+d3/T+efz4r5Ml1zWNc1L7P6c5Pv6dR6e/P4V95lWRq6d9P ddr+l++776nkf2m+y+5nU/FH4mfaPtVv9nN16/4Y6fl718WX+oDULw3H+Tj07Yz/ADr6C8VXH2fj yPy/D6/481a/Z+0PT9c166uNQt/tV1Z/h6dB7/h65zX6fhP9jS2ei67q3yf67Hnf7Zm+NjgHou/k 7dfNWvfe2x8+2Gqf2X/y7/j/AJ4/yPUY+jPCvxMzZ8/5B/8Ar4r7I+JHwX0fXPh1qn/EvtbX7H/y /fyx9f8APt+c9/4P1jQ7zv7cfh+PHfvxVX+uPey9Urbfq15L0HmeV/2Qrb7bO/y6bW7m94zvLjVJ uff26/049c1Vh0u4t/s3+j//AF+3rn1+vauo0TS/tE//ABMD2/z29OvvnivqDwf8PP7cH59v89/8 9q8rFZn9TVrJJ6XV7dNLf1fQ5crwqfn6/hfz/DyLX7PGl239pdvcDvj+n+PvX6WWGhi4h/Ln+v5g f/W6180/C34V2+h3huB+nQev17dff0FfZGg3H+hd/wAf8n+Z+lfkvET+uY3uu+vT8Py6+Z97leEa 6fetPX/h9TstE0v/AJd/079f1/zzxWpf6Hb24/ye2f047duK4O/8Wf2Wfb2/z7en86q/8LMt9Qxn /Of/AK3r6d6+X+q+b/8AJf8AM+l0VtUu12Wtbt/89O+fU/X6/TFcb/Zdxcf59v6j2/QVav8AxZ9s m9+/8+f6/rxXZaVcfZ7P9Cf8M/8A661OZf7Z5PTurbW2+Xz8z591XQ9Z87oP5fyNd54J8L3Fwf8A SP8APPGev9MdPetTxVrmn/Ttx6fhnn1rU0rxRp9nD9o+0Y6/5/yBx371lisV/sWl29dt+nnfstfy Vh4XDYNYu0r2W7d7Pa+v5d/Xb2T+y9P0+H/J7/ifT8jXeeD/ABJp+nze+R165/z/AJ4r4P8AiF8c Bp032e3/AKdsfj+HrXl/hX44f2pqR/0jntjr+OOPyP8AWnheHcbjMF/aF9E728tL32+6+51vM8Fg 2lg73b1ve/TVXu2/vuj9aNb+IFvb+n+fX1/Xjr1rxHW/ip9n5x24z+P5d/8AJr59/wCEw1DVbP8A 4+M8f54P+Pr0rjdbvLgf/X+ufb6/hij6hbd69bu36nJic+bt8k9O7t6Wtp2v5nt03xU/tC7z/k81 av8AxZ9o63H+eO/T6dj+dfL+g22oahOcfr75HP1746/rXt2h6HcXHcY6nn/OB+vT2rjOrCO9n3XX /Cj1DwrqH2i86/5/Hqf/ANXXOPoOw1D7PZj/ACD159/89q8G8N6X9nzj8B/n/Ptmu8v8W8Pvx3/w 9P8APJrz7Lt/X9Jfce9henr+qscv4kuLfzu/Q/8A1/8A6/8AWuX/ALQt/J/DPTvn/PPWsHxJefue cfn+f4fy64FeNX2uXPnfr/T/AD3/AAr0DgO91XxL9nm9T7d+3f6n/IFYOoa5+569u+R39un06+tc bDqH9oTf6Twfz/L/AD3Nal/of9oQ/wBP584/X/Cg4Lvu/wCv+GX3FvR9QHnH/CvT7C3/ALU/nx/+ vHqPavB9K0PULe87Z/zx0x+PX8DXvGlah/ZcIyf8/wD1v096V09mmdWG3d+/X00/Q7Kw8D/T8Af8 /wBR9aq/F3Q/sfgLSvX7drH1/wAeuc9/wresPH9uOc9Menbp7/57Dpy/xX8cafP4C0vJ632sf09+ /YnvT38/x9D0/qsV0t835eXp+B81faff/P8A3zRWV/bmneo/T/4qin9Wfb+tPL0+7y0j2S/u/d/X n/T08v8A2P7I/Cz4Oar4QP8Ay6WJ+3/nnOP5Y9c9q9u0rVP7UvO4z7fp6/56V438Gbe4uNH8Zf8A Xj/n1r0bRPtGnXn2i35PQn8ePXg+/H616mK1s3q7bvfddT8ZwaSeiS220+0eoWH2iCb6fn7fX/PF e8eDrf8AtCzxcf8A1+f8/r6143/amj+T+P8AT/Pt+HNdlonjDT7f/l4/TP8Anv6V5Vn2/r+mj63C NW1fbd/3f+CvvPUNb8J6ObPHtnn0/X8fr3r5z8VW+jj/ADj/AA/IfhXUeKvGH2yz/wCPjryR9R+A +v6V80arqOoXk3+f/wBePUf0GK9GLd1Z9Vb79DlxWJXZa+Xz+++uv5alub4Z6P4oxi3+1f5/z36n jiquq/AfwvZaP/o+n/Zbrn34/wA9/r075dh8SLnwefX/AOvjP6/l27V5L8V/2lNY+x5089v5/wCe MfWvtcveOutXbT7la2/VaX8zzHicFhVdJNtdle+i6p/P/g6+S/FfwPp/2z7Pbj/Svbj/ACM9Qf8A GvnO/s9Y+H97/bGj/wCi/X0zj/PI/DisvXvip4o1C9urjP5f59uvevONb+JGoapj7R/nnt0/X6Ht X6Nl12kr622b1vb/AIb8D5n+07O6srPe1nb16dPwPqGz/aA8Ya5Z/wBj6hqH/Erx+Gc/pjv/AJzV 1vUNH8n0Pr2/P6encV8hf20P87f8KS/8WXFwfr/n29Tz+XoPVWVytdN99L+Xn6fgceKzN41pO99F r6LTX8/Tud5rfi37Pef6Pcenr7dePr/hX3N+ydrn2z69fw6j/IP6cj8ob/UDqE3+T2H+R+PTNfbn 7Knij+w9YP8ApH+i9R/nPQfj0+gry8+wv/CK7b/K726LXXr6d9u7KWnjfJyhv5yj+m5+62laHb3E P4/n9BnBz1rqDZ/Z+n4d8/T8OBj6GuD8N/EDT/7Btfx/A/T/ADjPXBzWXf8AxMzedP17j8Ovb0+h r8ad+u/mfqsXGy1WyvqtdEb2t6Hp/wBj7/Tt257f0HtXjdh4P/0zNvxx+fI//V9c9a6jUPiBp/PP rxn+mfr2/Pijwr4xt/tY+0f55/TPTnoPbNeZhr63vt19TnxLwWKtrrppezvp9+tt+vmi1/wi/wDZ UIuP+Xrjrj/OeKy4fEn2Y/Z/tGcfj/j9P0yOldR4k8YafcWf+j/n+n9fY5/GvB/s+oajqX/Evt7q 6urz/lxscj3PH4f4elPC0JY12im5N6K2rfTTpuv8hYrFxwSi20oq2rdtLX3dlezv63PWpvCc+uQm 49f8+319ema8v1WzuNLm+z/6V1/n+PT+nc817dYfEDwh4T03+z/GHjDw5oNz/wA+N9ff2tq3P/Uu +Gf+E49fx+mSOD1Xxx8P59Ytf+Ko0vVLX/kHm+0PQ/Hmrf2l/wCWmf8A63Prz7OF4T4gvrk7auna V1dXW9976PvumeXiOIuH5bZvrt7uqV7dV0T11buvvXyr4q0vxB4k1i10fT7f/StYvtH0/wD8KLj9 evH/AOv274zfsv8Ag/4fzWviD9n/AMX+LfiNa+FbH/i6uh+Kv7B/tbTcdNf8O/8ACM/8yv8AX29K 9G8YftAfsr+FtNurfwuPiXd/Eazsf+Y58Of+ET0n+2P/AC+PUc/jX5jeHvjn8avhF8R/C3xIv/CG oap4P0HW/wDiYeItE1v+1dW8SeDwcAeICCd3HzZITB45GCf3DhLhjGV8lzaONyhYFtJRtrdu1nbZ d/XfWx+T8W8TPLM0yiWBzb69BaycmklFuK62Tkl0V3a7asnb7z8K659o0e17fy689ffj+fUY3r/X BcfZex+uPw/p7V1H/C4/g/pc2l6hc+B/Dlrpfja//tCx8K2Oh/2T/wAI3o//ADLo8ReIvE3/ABV/ /CUen/CF11Hj/wCG/wDYesfZ9P8A+JroN7/xMPCuuf8AQT0f+mcev4dq/JuNeE8bw9/t+NXuy2S2 tpbb1+e3S7+w4d4swfEWmCtzKye172V/x1/BbGp4A0vR/Jtbj/n89e3+efy/GvZTcaPpfr/n2/kO 3frXiHhWzuNP+ydB/k/5PfPvXo1/4X1nVIefr07/AJ+/b/CvyZ4r6qu66/N6aX/N2P1LBp/U43Wt 1bTX5fgd5pWqW9x/x7+n6f5x06+46ejTaf8AaLPOf/rn+fv+orL+F3hP9z/pFvnA/n/nrz6/XvPG FvbaXD/n8P8A6/Tp+flrF3tqtfT/ADf6n0i0Svpot/Q+S/H+n/Z/8/jxz/8AW49hXz7rdv8A56d8 +p+v1+mK+oNbuf7U9v8AP+cdOPyrg5tD/tDP+fTHHufz/n6qxO2nbo79PK3VeWp8xu/NnhFhp1x/ n6/1zz6fz9O0r/R/+Pjt/nj6dv8AOFvtL/subt7/AM/Tt+XSuXm1T8/1/wD1nv7Y616i/wBs06Wt 000+d/y+RV/qmvR6+vX103/4B6NNqFv5Pt7/AF7flj8h04rg9b1z7R39/wD9X+TWXbah/aH1/P8A P8Og711H9h23k/hn9f8APPX3rwNcJ3a/r8P6236f9712S+V+3y/rbbyX/hMP7Pz6DHX8D/j/AErz n4neLNYuPCul/Z/+PX7drH1PHt2rvPEnhb+0Lz/PoeP6Y/D6ejar8N7f/hWml+v27WPz74+n+e1e pleK73bv1vf5f1bseb/tqe+i7/L59F56Hwz/AG5q/qP8/wDAqK+jf+EOsP8AP/6qK9361HtH8fLy 9Pw8h/7b+Xf+7/wP0+yZP7PGofbNA8Udc/YeuPz7f5/KvoOG30/+Xf19/bn61V/Yw+Af2zQfGVxc cf8AEi/P3/D36ZrvPGHgfWPB83+kH/Rf+f7/ACPQ/h2xXq5phfkrdNv6/H8D4HDJpu6e/byPn3x/ 9os4f9Hz1/L0z6fy9O1eX6Xrmsf1/H1+n+cV614qzcWft/nnjtx/TvmvEZv9Dh+z9MdufoPz+vTr Xl4WN7prp1X97r+H4Gl7dXp+n/DL7j1CHxZz/pFxn269vqf/ANftXB+JPiRp+h/ase3/ANbsOn14 FfKvjP4gaxpc10T6fl/j1+teX+MPFP8Abln/ANPR4z/n2575/Kvqcv4dUmtFZuPn2v8A1+tjxnmq V7208106bfI9kv8A4yW+uawLf/639e34dq+grD4Z6P4s0f7QPb/I5/nk9cV+Qdhb6xb68LjH6/T+ fH+GK+8PB3xd1jQ9H/4+Pf2+n/6x619NmWVvCRX1C70V/Xra935LzRzYbM1jHZrZ9e2mi73abvsj 2T/hmvw/cZ9B/hjn6/54r5V+OXwP0/Q/9I0//Re59PwHr6fTFe3f8Lw1nzv9H6f56enPT/61cb8V /iB/bmj/AOkf1Hr+ft+XFeblf9tLGxve11fty+7+G/4X0udv+w287f3Nz83f7PubebP4549fbNej eFfh9rHij/j25/z1/wAAeuetcvf29x/aXQdP89h9P6EV+jH7LXgf/n4t/p+PHH1P0/Sv07NM6WUY FXtzWXbra/fTY+ewq+tuy0s9NFa3R/1Y+Qdb+A/iDQ4f+Pf/AD6Yx/nNYPgOz8QaHrPp+HA/x6e3 bjrX7ra34X0/UNH+z/2fj/6/+Pp7exr5z0T4L+H/AO3vP/Hp0FfnMuNlJSWOs07pdV03t+PT0ufR xy1qS91rVeRqfDDXPFGoaPa/6Pg+3Yf5+o7V6Nrel6x/y79P0/l/nivZNK8J2+hWfpa9+/6cnn8B 71l39xB9s/z+XXp6nv6V8K81i29t31X+R9YsNJJX00W7Xl5I8lsPCeof8vHP9eOn5Z6+o70TW2sa WT0/U/r+PH9K9uhuLfT4TcXHQdf89e38/SvJfGGqafcQ3WoXFwbXS9H/AOJhrl9/1B//ANX6dOmK MJiPrklFJJtpW7ttLbT01301OnFYZJX6JX06WV/kuvT7tTyTVfiZo+lw/wBoeKdY/svS/t39n2P2 H/kK+JNX/wCpc/8Amw9smvjj42/tYah4k/tTw/o9x/wi9ref8ePhXwprmvaT/wASf/qYvEWf+Eu8 Tf4dzXzT8bPjhrHxA8Yar/Z9v9l0u8sf7P0Kxsv+Ybo/PH1/DPaqvw9+Ff8Aal5peseKPtV1ddP7 D/p9fT9PSv2/DYbJOEsiWPaj/btr2aVtUmtHpdLfq32ep+eYTK8840zz6hr/AGEnFSs3fdX276t6 7H1V8E/hl8QPipZ3XiDxxcWul+DfsP2Dwr4Vsdc/4RPGsHn/AIp3w74Z+np/Pj60+Hv7EfgfS9N/ tG/t/FvinXryx/5E7xVrmvfX/inf+hm657/pWp8DfhXqGueKrWfwv4XutA0yzseb/XLHP/1x6/hX 7wfBj4Raxqmj6p8QNY8Papqn9g2P+hf2HY/8hL9f8/y/Bs+8ReIc1xzWAzayXRaaabW7WSv/AJn9 UcJ+DHDGX4Fc+UqUtN3e7su+ur39L77/AIK6r+y94o+H+g6XqH9n6XajOsfbtDvr7/ibal27f/rx jnrXz9D4k8YfB/XtU8UeKNH1TXvBtnff6drlj/xKdW03WO2g+IvT/hC+tfpr8bbPUPiB48ur/UNQ /wBF+3/6D9u5Gm+1eD/Gbwnp+h/D3VPD+sXFr/pmP9Ovr7/kJf07f4Z61nkPipxPl2NSnnDabV1d u6VrrtqtH63J4t8E+F82wPsY5Ooyt7rsk1t87bPfZHGzeLPh/wCMPhppfijT/suqfbLH/hMND/07 +ydJ03/oYj4i/wCxL9zzn8vtz4G/EjTvip8LtL/Z31jUNG8L/Fr4e/8AIj2OuX3/ABSep6P/AMy7 /wAI74i4/wCKY5/4Q+v5z/ElzqHgfTTcafcWt1pWsa5rGn32h33/ACCfEmj/AIYP+PbivRvgJrnx Q1SHwv4fttH1n4yeF7y+1nT/AAP/AGHff2T8QvBOsY6fDvxF/wBDRwSfB/Ppiv6Yw2YZNx1kbo49 pyUbt+dk72e6fW2vRdEfxjmnCWc8AcRe2yrSPNypa2tp8tOuvkf0nWHhfWND1L+x/EGj/wBl6pZn +z77Q77/AJhusHv/APXHpn6fVXg/w3p9zZ/6Rb89O5Ptntx9fcYq18KLzw/8aPAfhf8AtA3Wl/Fr w34H8H2Hiqx12x/snV/G3/EhHhv+3uh/4RnxR/xTv+RzXef8IncaXN9n5tentX8icSUPq+PzjAYL Sz91NdF677P/AIdo/qbhvA4zEYDJ8wx1mmk3bVNtLe1/Pfr6nGzaX/Yc3+jf5/w+vvmvEfijqh9D n/Pt6/1r6Nv9LuMdv6nnj8+3tjrXy/8AEiz+zQ3X+euPb8PwGa+Vy5O6Ut09b90erma3aWndbbx/ Q+VNV1z7PN/TJPpnn/J/Ouo0T+2bzrn8P1/z7+xrg4YPtHiT07Dp/wDr+tfWmlaXb2+m8/5/z+AH 6V9yrWV7bK97dl/wPwPjTwfxz/xL7P1Hbv8Ahjofw9M4r5fv/Emn/bP/AK/6Y5yf0P419BfFf/iY f6Pb/j2xn/DjPv7ivl/Wvh/ceT9o+znt39/8+n9ReE3Xp+iOfFX1e+q/CT/4B6hot59o9P8AOf8A JPscVqa3qn2eEe36/wCfY8fSvL/B+h+KLeH9fU9OPYfjj61a1v8AtjT/APl3/n+pz09P8muXFYW+ 2vz0/wCGa7/noJYnZJy6LZ+Xn5r7y1oeqXGoax6Wv+e2Pp26nH1+gvHOuC3+G+l4/wCf7Wf6/wD6 /wDJr598Lahxxwc/Tj/Peuo+IuufaPB+lnr/AKdrH+f88D16msbNdGvlbsv8l9x07nG/bB6D8x/j RXI/2ifU/rRT9m/7v9fLyX3D+svv/Wnn6ff56/tB8GdP0/Q/B/jL7P1+wfj+fb2/ya/NP9rH9tj9 n/4f5+H+ofEDSrrxl9u/5Aehf8Tf+zfr/QV6hpXiTxRrn7P3xat/C/8AxNPFP/CDf6DY/bv7J/Xg 9Py6jtX8nPjnwf4w8L+KtU/4Tjw/4j0vVPTXPx/PH+ea/X8JlqzZpt2V09Xbt39V+Dv1Pg8zzL6m m0l6rztr26fL1Pub4pf8FDPFGuTar4f8D+B/7LwP7Psb7XOfb3z1/oc14R4w/ah+MHhPxVdf8VR/ ag/5ftDvrH2/z1/XrXkmiWesfbLXxBB9l+1fr1/l29RXo39n/wBqXn9saxo/hz7V/wBOPTUsenf9 BX064cwKSta6StpLsvl/Xnp8J/b2utt9XZfefbnwu0/4wfGnwf8A8JB4o+G/hz7L9hOoaHruh65k eJP8fQfrXz7/AMJJrH/CVf8ACL6x8J/Fug2v/IP/ALc+w8f55/P867zwH8VNQ8J/8Sf/AIRf/ijf +gHY33Om/wBP8MevX60sbzwP4w0H7P4H1jPc6Hf/APIW/wA/1H1rwsTicblL0ipRT6a6N7W6f5Jf P0sL/Y2Lj593e97L0vr2utnrsfn348uP7Ds7r+xx/ZeqWYH/AB/WP/IS/X+lcHYfEz4n3GsaX/bG j2v9g3mB9hse5/LHXnk9M4r6M8f/AAH8YapefaNHuP8ASrPn7Drn179ev5/TPB4V+Gdxoem2ur6x b/8AEr+3ceKtD6/yz1r6LC4v64k9L8t9er0fe17/AKbHhW+qY7TZu2mml01t5NflrfTzjRNd+x3n /FUafdaDdXl97en/AOv+VfUNj4PHjjTf+JfcWuqf5/8A1d+M5rB1vT/EGqf2X/x698a5fWPp65/+ ufqa+dNV1Dxh+z/8SLr+x/B5/wCEoH/EwOuaHrn/ABKfEmeO3X+gr57FPHKV46Wen3dfLY99PA2V 2ul/w9Oy+4+x/B/7K/2jWPtGocdPXH9Ov+P1r9BPh78P9P8AC9mf9H/z9evXnj+tfnj4A/bg8Uf2 Ddf8JR4Gtf7e6WN6R06//Xz6kVg/8L4+LF5rH/CQf8JRdf2pZ/8AMDP/ACCR/k5//WTXy+aPO8Yk sc9L99LadL+uit0OiOaZJlzSVnqttdVb8dfy3P1B8df8eB/z6V5J4M0Of+0s4/Xuevf/AD7V5L4G /aZ8P+MbzS9H8YaPdaXql51/6BP49j/PjNfbmiQaPZ4Hp+I64/PrivlmnhN07Pvf+rf1tv8AUZdm GBza1nqraPTVWtf5Wur/AHmXqun6x9j/AM/j+vPpj8a8vsNL1i5vfc/n+PP8j1H419QfaLfUYR+v +c/j+VWtK0PR7f8A4+P85/z75715bxP1W99b3v339Pu0W6PqcRhliuXVK1ndaX26ryt1+48H1Xwn rH9m/aMH/Dk+38vz7j80/wBsbxJqHhPwTqnhe31D+y9U8ScX1if+gOP+YDj+ft0HIr9pPEmp6Pp9 ndfZ7j7V057+vv8Ah+A5r+cX9qv4gXHjDxX8UNQxa/Zf+EqOn2PP/INH/Mvf5+ueBivvPD/CrNs6 yhvZO7TSWt192y07/I8HPV9UybNsbd9En1V0lpv5dOh8b/Z/tGpWtv8AaLX7LZ339of25Y8dhzx3 +vf0r94P2DP2O/iB+0BNa/aNG+1Cz/sf7dY9/wCnqf6V+GXw30seJPFVri3/ANKvNc0f/QbHr157 /r+Ff6HP7Enw/t/hl4J0vULfTvst1rx/4SC+sePfn/65Hp9K97xOzP63jf7OWiWj6Xta60d3o7/r c+88CsjvgsXmD62cb23drLZ218t9H1PWvgJ+xHo/w/8AB+l6PqGj6X9q/wCfH7D/AIdufw/GvvDS vhnrGlfZdO0f7L9l+w/5xxz/AJxXUeFdct9Qh4zk/X6/gP8A6+cYr2TRLj1/X8/Uf/q+mB+c4TIc CnrZarv13/rfqft2Z5njsEvdv3SSeytbZ3+dlfU/Ofx//wAE8/A/jjUrvV9Q0e1tbvWAPt19odjz /Xr2z0x+I/Jf9rb/AIJn/EDS/DevXPhfT9U17SrOxH+hX3/E31b9D+WD19TX9XkN5b+T/gPbv0+v f071574rjt7lLrnpn8c479fw+nXFLM+D8Cl9fwMr21aurdG9H8+lup42V8YY3GY1YDHJtPTZp/ZV 7/nby1P8r/42eD7nwnd3Xhe4t/st1o99/p1if+Qv/bHP8uv9a8l8E/EDxR8O9SurfwfrF1pf9sX+ j6h/Yd8P7J0j+2P+Zd17/saB/X06/wBY3/BXH/gnnqHiTxXqnxw+F/h/7VdXn/Ew8V6HYjrn1x0z kV/KH4/+G/ijStf58P6p/pl9/Z99fWNj/a2kH27/AF/lzX1XBPFf1OX9nbNO3Xpy6W7aLv122Pkf ErgnBZtgfaK6sm+ZOz0SerXlpfc/VT4Y/t8ftIeEJtBuNY8H/wDCUXX2H+zr7XNc0TQdJ8Wab/3U Twz/AMjN0x/wh/bFfvB+zT+1R4P/AGnPBN14g0cf2X4o8N3v9n+KvCt9/wAhbTdY/wA/hnuBX8nP wh8YfEDwvoP9seIPA9rr2l+G7H+z77XLG+/4RPVv/CdH/M0c55/+vXt3/BPf9qC4+H/7SevXFxjS /C3ja+P27Qzff8wf+n+favc8ROHMDisk/wBZsAv+FvAJOVlo9nslq+2nztofjnhnnOOwnE3+rWPk 3kd2otu7vbRX/XvY/qyv7i41Cb/R/b/PT2/ya8l8c6H9ss8e34c/1zjqQRxzXo0Ouaf9s/5CH/H5 /wATCx/Hn68+p6detYPiTVP3N1/z698ev0/Afp+P8/YVPFp456d1tdpq63766XP1vOX9V/2KK0eq 9NGtfSy32+4+N/8AhF7azvTcc+nTt6dv69Py6ibVLe2/5ePp/nvz1Hb1rU8Vf6Rx3+v1/wDr/wA+ teI6r4c1jzv8j3/z6dOleze27t8/T/JfgfKWfZ/d/Xdfedlquh2+qTH/AD19x+nGOn1reh8H4s/9 I+n9e5459v8A61XwZ9pt4c3H69fp3/ofyrU8Ya5b29n3+v17f/r9vqOhPs/uN7J7o4Ob/hH9DF0e P5/0HP4/l2+c/idrmjXEP+j/AP1hnj/P5V5z458YYvO4/r7fUdB/QV43reqahcYt9Q/0X8Pp3P8A T8q9Gg02tU9PXTmX4Hntd163Xp/wPwKsPjH+z9S+n8+D3/HtXqGvXn9qeCdL/wCv7WD6Y9/f/I+n znYW/wBovP1I+nH15/TJr6V+x6fb/DTS+n/H9rPX29f5V6eIXux0+yunW6/G9vnY8885/ff7X6UV v/aLf3/z/wACorzLPs/uYXXdf1/w6+88v8K/tUahoZ8UeH/C9tdapqg0PH27P/Ep03275/z6V856 rZ+F/i5PqeofFjULrxR4o8SZ+w65rmP+Kbzz/wAU729D1yOMd643xj+0JqHhPQde8D+B/sul/bLH /Ttc46/0/wDr180zfETxBod5pen/ANof9fx/z69Pwr9uWV2+Fq/S1l6Lc/I8Vml7YGW3e17rTS70 /M9a8W/sr6xZwg/D+40vVOo/04Y9+4x/SvRvhj+y/n/iYfEjWP8Atx0PA9P8P0688eS+Fv2hPHB1 f7PqGn2t16WOOg/z/wDqxzX25DrmsafoOl3GsaPdaV/wklj/AGhY/bs8Zx2/wNcv1nOsL0utEttt Pv01W68kzlSybSyd9Lb2vp/n+KPL7Dw34P8Ag34V17xB4g/4qjVM/wCg2PH455/+tXyXYah8QNU/ tT4sf6Vpdp/yD7G+sR9T+H9fXrXsnxX1zUPEmpf8Ifp/2X7Lef17/Tt7UfGbwfr/AMI/BPhjwNqG sfarXXv+Kg/sOxHT0r1MMvrC95JvZpq+6X6f1dHm7baf1pt6L7j3j4RfGnWLzwTa/aLf/hJ/FNn/ AMS/7dff5H1/zz1Fhofh/wCJmg5+0XXw5utevv7QvtD0P/kE/wBsdQff1wP0PFeS/sQ+ONH1TWNe +C/jDR/sv9sY8QeFdd/H8ccdB69O1fVXxR+Ff9qaDr2n/D/WP7L8eeG+ljxjUs9se1eXi8teCTav 1l1V/utq9D0FZtXta6+66MuH4b/FDT9Y1TR7fT/DmveF/sP+g65/+r68dhjvxXB+MPh/rHg/w34y /wCEg8Lm6Ov2P/Ej1yx/4mx8Nd+/19s/z9a0r4gXGl6ba2+sf8hT/l+z+Xt7+tb3/C1T6D9a+O/t PNE0raX69l8ux7CwmCcfNrst2up8H3+h6PofwutfEH/H1qmsa59gPTp6dug5/PnNdRN4T8UXHhvw vqHg+2/t7j/ieWP/ADFtN6fj/wDr4x29u/sPR9c8VfaLj7L/AMIvZ5/sPQ8dfr+XpXrX2PT7ezFx b4+1HPp3/I/X/JpYrNNm16+tldX7fqeTlvCnM7tt31V31bVn/V/wPjf4kfCvxBpdnpf/ADC9U+w/ 2h/oPPT19+v8ua+qvh1+0Z4P0L4deA/+Ew1DVc/bv+Ef1zXOP+KbP9ev41p6Jpen3l59ouLb/wDX 6jv2/wA54+JPCviTT7z4u/Eb4L+MPA//ABS95ff8I/f32h/j/wAI7nPY/wCRnrxq2bJWtpbyvt32 2/4c9PC5Y8oxt7tpa9fJq/pr/wAOfs1olx/bmNQ8P6ha6ppd5/y/WPb07fh1/AV2U2l6x/Zv+j47 Z9fx/D/D3r83f2MPiZ/wqvxV4o/Zn8cXH2W68N339oeB76+H/IS0f2/A+/0r9aNK1TTriHr/AIdP 8+oP618dmeFxmExi2stO6srd01pr5apNn6hkLwebYO12n2b10s/0e6t3R8W/EK88QaXpuqXH/PnY /wBofz9fr/LOBX4A/Hv7Rpevf8vX2XxVYf2hfcfrzjNf0T/tLXFvb6DdG3/5ff5fgff8Pwr8Hv2q 9Lg/4SrwGNQt/wDiV2d9/Z992/4k/t684/pX2XAGaPD5zd6JLvoklfTt5en3fSZnwn9dyCK11aWt 7N3Vr9+/l0Oo/wCCYng+38Yfth/CXR9Q0/7Vpdnrn/CQX1jff9Afw7oI8Sf5/wD1V/oIfC6zuLjT c/4f15zX8fv/AAT3+H+sah+1ja+ONQ0a1tf7H+FfjD7DfaHY/wBlaUOfDfhvw7+X5da/Q74nftKf 8IfrGl6f4w+OHxk0vXrz/kB6H4A0P/hLPFn9j9/+Kd8Mn8z+HpXNxbmf9sY/65gbOSdrWT6pa+Wm nnrc/U/D7I/9VsAsFjrpNJx7fZd7p9P6tc/qe8N2/wBjs/tHX/Dv/T+nTNex+H9btjL+Oev0x39e eMg+9fyifs1f8FJ9Y8Sa9a6P4Y+OGveMrW8Or6hoeh/E3wrrvhTVvG2j+HufEP8Awjp8Tf8AIzEc /wDIlnOc55Br+ib4M/EX/hOPB9r4w0//AI9b2x/tDpj/AD+NeDhsVjcJjFgsdfa9+2kfO+/3fefe 4vLsFnGCeNwObJ9OXvtpr0t9+ie2n25DqHH/AB8ev4/547dsfXLv7e4uIegP+f8AI/Qd6/I39oH9 tj4sfCua7/4Rew+H2l6DZn/TvFXxN1z+ydJ03r/kVp/BP9svxf8AFyztP7H+MH7MvjLVLwH/AIkX hXxWdXHTH/IwgYz+o7da63nuCV0lL7lZs+WXDOLwkr3je6bbavbrrvtrv9yufVfxy0P7R4V163/4 +vtlj369O3Xt68f1/wA/n9vP4fax8P8A9oHxl4Y+0XXhj7Zff2gbD/kE6RqX/wCr8a/vdl+If/Cb w/2PqGj3Wg6px/oXGraVqeP+hexgdT6Djjiv5Yf+C6Hwz0f/AITb4X+KNO0f7VqmsWOseHr2+sf8 8/rXlZZioxzr6/Kyho30VlZ26a2Wuv5o9XPMvljclWAtJSf37Jbp/qfh94V0PwvZzaX4P8UXHiP7 V4qsNH0+x8VaJff8SnTev/IxegH/AOrnIo0Twfb+F/jJoOn+H9Q+1WtmDp/5cdh/Sv0O8SfsT/Df S/hF4X8QW/x4/wCEX+N3/CK+ENQ0P4ZX2hf8UnqWseHdBx/YP/CRf9DQD7ehNfn3+ypb6h4x8Ya/ 4x1i3+y2v2H+z7E//XP5cY59Oa/WMx45yTGcFZwsDrJxa6N7JPz/AK+R/P8Ak/hXneUeIWT4/G3/ ALCbu90+jV+1t3d37dz+kTwl8QPtHwi+GHiDULgfavsP/CP33Trj/wDX/KtT/hYGoXH/AC8farX+ vv8AyGc/hXl9hb29p8ENBt/s/wDzHNY+w/56/pjHrXvHwN+A/ij4maPa+INQ/wBF0H/n+/6CWPfp wB+vvX87Zbi75Y3dbt/e79Hf/gNaPc+541wmM/tlYLA7JLXpbTq9vJOzfmWvA1xo/iTXrW38Qah/ Zdr/AMv18P6f5HP6/aWifCv4L3ln/o3+kjj/AE7vjP8An35HavEdV8D/AAX+GesWv/CUavdXQ/58 e/p/9b9a3vB+q/C/XLw6P4W1jVB/04+2P0/zjqa5Vinimt009d+i2/Lz121Ry4TCrCpLH2vppo3f 3V9z2+VrmZ8S/gv/AGF/xMNH/wBK0vn8c/09fp3rwa//AGe/GHjDR/7Y0f36/r+eff8ArX6Warrl vPo9p4X8P2//AB5n/j+/z9Of0qrjT/B+m2usfZ/w+nP+Rj+ea9NYqySu7q23Nv8Aedf9mYHe6XW9 rfqfn58N/wBhjR9D8f6XrHj/ABqn/UDx+P8An69q+vfFX7J/7N+qQ/8AFceF/wCy7rVz/wAhz6ev Hb/Gt7RPiZca54q/tj+x/wDD3/8A1/X8eX8VfGDR/HF5daP4wtzpf2P/AI8evr7ev4dq9TLHf/br /K++vb5dt1e3fk9jgLaLRK2q0+eh+AP7b37Pf/DPfxe/sfwf/wATTQbz/iYWPP0/zgdelfNGt+OP EGl+CdL+0f8AP9rHv0GP5+/55r91/j38P/B/xUvNLv8A/hIP7UutH/5cf14r4P8Aj3+zno9v4P0v 7P8A8/8ArGT+p7e2a+yWaLT4Xby/rsfCZplmuj6vba112e23kj8tf+Fl6h6D8x/hRX0Z/wAM9W// AD7n/vqitFmlLTbp0X93/J/d6Hj/ANnV+/bq/wC7/wAH7kfi1f8AijT/ALZr2oW9ti6Oh/8AHj/n /H2+uFqun6xcfZfFGsf8emsH/lx/lx6+/Pp3r7I/Yq/Y30D4k/8AC89Y+JFzql14W8EeFOBoZ/sn /hI9XznjOeM5P1561g6V4P0/XPAlr9o0/wD4kP8AwlWsf5xznP8AXv2/anmmBwnZ32vrta23/D3t 0PxbFre3dWdvN7fh+BU+Ceh2/ij7LrFvb/avsY/s/H59O/bp6nJr3mw/4WBrmsap4f1jxB9k0vwp 0Ouf8w3PP4+v9ay/gzrnh/4Lw3X+j/6KL79R3z6eo5xXUeMPiB4o0/xVqvxQ8D/8Su116xPh/XM/ /Wx/gMZHHXy/7QWM6rv010VreRznl/wu8J/8Lc+Lug/2fz9j/wCP6+6+/p7D8/y1PiF8S/7O+N+q ax4w0c+PdL8E2P8Awj9jY33f8vT6dT+WD4GuNY8H/G/wv4w8L+KLW10vWNcP9ua50/s0fpz/AEzX g/jnXP8AhYHxD1/+x5/+JX/bn1/tL8uPfOe2a9mitI2WmvTTr/wAPUPgn8ZPB/hf4o/8LI+JH9q6 p/Y//IDsdD/yOP1xivvCa48Qap+0PpfiDT9Y/sDQfG3gf/hIdD+3e2c/06f1r8yf+FfD1H6f4161 N8TPFFnoPw4t7jUP+RJ/5Aeuf9Qc+/8Annn6a4mzS66evVWA9als/HGh+OfiNb+ONYGqap/bmLH/ ALA/TH5+v17V6PoH+oH+f4a+aNb8YaxeeJNUuP7Y/tT/AJ8b7rxx6j/PNdlot5cXH5Y/H64/zz1x XxuZ4Tol5aWXZW8ltvqe1lf/ALd/ke8X+of2f/x7XH+P5dPb3z71qaJ4o+2Tf8fHrzjn0/z3/Cvn Pxnrlxb2fbv/AI/19uOKy/AHi37PN9Pb1+h/l9DXL/q6pYHm0u/v11/y6W21PfWLt9pL05V28/T8 D76sNUg/Dt/Tv69Ky7Dwfb6hr2qXGn2/+l68P9Ovf89PbnP8q850G8/tC8tbj2//AF8ccn+vPSvU Idc/su8+0W+enXIz/P8Aznt0r476q8HorrayV779m9tmj3cLy4zfbzev6/nbYq/HL4Z6fb/8IH8a Le3/AOJ98Mb7RtQ1z7DwdS8Hn8u3t7V9keG/iLo+q2drqGj6ha3VteWP+g8/n6evrj3r438bfFv7 To91p/8Ax9f6Dx/n/PSvlWw+JmseGrP+x7f/AIlZ+w6Pp/T/AJBuj8fTp165rpw+RY3NsG+lnfXT TS+v/A/yMI5lg8oxqjgb7x1u7XbSfz8vL5H6MfEXxJp/jDWLW2/4+vsdhrH/ANbj+nvX5B/tdaH9 ns9LHHvnP49h6f55r76/Z4vLjxJZ3VxqH+lfbP8AiXfb/X/D/Pvj43/axuP+Kb0G3x/y4nsOP+Ed 9/p16+nNeBla+p8QvL01fZ972Svpfbqu3kf0BGTxXBamt1aXMvSPVPrbXpp3P3M/4Iz2dvrn/Cpf HHiD/Svtnw5/4nljnOk/2x/b/wDwjY14/wDhO4/Ov6MPGX7OegXE3/CUeD/hf4IutT/5/vsP9k+L D/3MXp1+vSv5df8AggJ8QNP/AOEV8ZaPqFx9quvCvioafYm+/wCYbo/iL/ipPr24x+Vf1++GfHen nw1/aFzfggjuP8kn8eK58Xh/qeOzd7O7la9ktrWvturenY/VMhof2vwxk+N30s+jduXeyv5X22Xr +V//AA7h/ZS8D2mu+N7j4AWvg3XzrekeIRrlh8Rtf1fVtN1hSPEbf8I7jI8MkHw8BjwWQeT6Gv0s /Zp8MW/hf4L2mn3Gn/Zftl7rBsrEj8PwBPXryB2rzrUfGfh/xnciK/uLS10qy8Ujw9e31921cDp7 cdv16V9Saqg0vQtM/sf7N/Zllg4svTsf8T6n6V5SxP1z/be2m6b005tHfbp+PbqxOFpYO2CwKtqn omle0W43va7afRO1lbqfHH7Tn7Nfw4+IB0vUfEvw0uvHml/2HrHh+90O9/4m3hPHiL/mP/8ACO9/ FAz1AxggHOCT+dfwF/4I0fADwlqVt4g8L/F/9oLTPFOjA6fodjfWWg+E9J8N/wDE9PiQ58O+GfCX gf8A4Sb/AJGLH/FZg/Sv3lPijQo/slhqFwNM+28WX27nOr47HB74z/Ouyht7C3tPtFvP/pOBz3J9 x+Q+vp0r08NbFr6nRUU7JttJdtr2vfz3a69OOp7NJLHYSf1665WnKS6Wu7NWvrforK1jwzSfh5b+ ENA/0jWDql1pFgNP+3HtwP59P1r8Uv25/hHqHxk+JGl/Z/B/iPxkfCtj/aNjonhT/kLal/xPvX/P HFfs18RfEn2fTdUuPtA+1dO34j07ceg4715x8FLbOganrFx/o2qXd+De332L+1v7N0gHIzjBx3PU Zwa+YzP/AGr/AGFbJ2co6XStfqnptv8Alp9LhF9USx+OV5JR5VZ9LafeuzPxw/bv/wCFT+G/2cx8 YLDwvc6Va/CXwRrGn2PhXXNDOkeLNN8Yc+G/DuheI+M/8jV4i5/wwa/BX9nj4Of8Iv4J0u4uP+Pq 8vv7Px/0EtYGB4i5Hp0z6Aetfuz/AMFlPG9h8Qpfhx8JvC2n3Vpdavrg8X64L2yOkjxIPDox4dGT gn/iqccnqfDJ7cD4g0Tw3p+l694N8IaeTdf8IrY/2f8A9xjt0z+OPpXyea5o8owLy7BdX721nfTz 7v8A4NtPZjhVjKqx+OStZcum21l0fRdL9d7n0FNpR0/4b6Dp9z/y5X2sf+mHPOP8DX19B8aPD/wj +BOg/wDCP2/+lXn+f8//AFq+VvijcW/9j6Xo9scWuj6Hn8Pb8v8A6/GK+QNb8WaxcQ2uj3Fx/wAS uzvv9B9T9fT/AD9a9DhPLHjMFzS0d9b330179u/Tqfzfxtnv1POs3tvtG/ySt962+7t614l8Yax4 x1i61jWLj7TdXeMe+f0r60/ZF8J/bNY1+4uM+3+Tn8Rj618M+Erf+0Lz7Qf/AK34/wCefxr9GPgz qlv8M7P/AISjxBcf2Xa/p+Ofw7/SvbxWFWD0+eltvl8tvxPjsmxcsbjL4+9t0tbbJp32/r0PoPx/ 4s/4Qfwr/Z9tb/8AE0vOf88/55rK8K6prGueAxb6wLq1uv8Ap+/r9B9TRqvxg+H+qWZ1j+0LXVPz +v8AL/I61wcP7VHge38YWvhfWLf/AIkPbXP8fw/wrgytP65K6drx6afEv0/A+wxTjZ2atddV3Zqa 34k8L+E7PS7f+2MaprH69PTPA69evpWX4q8H/Z/+JxqH+l2usf8AL91+nb/OOlfOf7Q/9j6HrFrc aPqH9qaXq/Fj/wDr/wA/Q1l/DH9oS3t/+KP8Uah9q0vH+fbn368D2r21hmur/D/PyR8v/bX/ADA3 876X37+n+Ry82uXGl6xdH+Y6fyJ/lxR4/wBU/tTwBpf/AF/ax/T/APV1+p6V1PjDQrfTtY/0f/ia Wt5/LHX65/8ArV5d8V9Q+x+ANL4z/p2r4/r6d/f+ldi6Lf8ANnFik/edn11/8Ct+h5N5vuv5/wD1 6K8j/wCEtP8Ae/8AQv8ACio9nLvL7n/n5L7jyvaeX4/8A5j4Raf8F/gP8IvHn9sfFi1/4RbxtoX9 n/25Y339rat29R/n+fyX4/8AgNb/AA30LSv+Fb6xqnjzwvef8TD+3L79enH075Ar85/B/jC3/wCE D8Uafo/ijS9L177D/wAf4/n/APXH5V7J+zH8eNY0vUrXwv8AEDWLXVPC95/xL/7c/wCgb6Dt1Bx/ jmv1vM8rztYJO19m0utuW666vSy67q2x+Pu2L3snbrpdafjt+HXbqdb8H/2Hpul+IB4ptPGV3ef8 f1j0/s39evTmk8H/AB8/4RvTdU0+4+G/2rwvef8AEvP24Zyfy6f5719BfF34gfDD4f6PpesfaPDn jLS9YH/ID0PrqWcfj/XP5Va8H/HD4H/EzTdL8P8A/IB+x33/ACAtcsf+JV/nn8c9s1wLM54LBLGv KXfS7s73927ste/6nhYrCrCbWbfRa/l/T/E/Pv46+JPB/wDbxHw38Qf29pd3Y6PqBvj9c89PzrL8 H6X/AGHD9ouCPtR5/wA/nn+pr3j9pb4Z+FtL8YXXjjwP4XtR4XvP+P7+w8/2Tpusc854/wA9Dzx8 0za5/M/X/D/Hriv0rK8y/tbJo/U48r0burPpe1+v9JGB7xN4o/c//X98f5x9eprg7+88+bOB6+/6 d8eveuE/tof52/4V0+lf8TDIz/X/ADjj09eOa9RYZ4VK+t0tN+3m9NuvX0PQOp0v/wBlP9K938Nz /ZrP17n+XuK8bsPs9v8Ay/E8f57Y69a7Ow1z+vf3+v8A+qvBxa1enRdPL/hvwHhdGr9v0RU8f651 /wA/4V43D4ouNLvPp+fA/rXrfiq3/tCH2/HpXiGq6f8AY5uPr6+/r3I/yK9XK9d/5X+gXfd/1/wy +4+oPAHxU6faP5/j+PJHb3r26b4gf2p/x73Hp/ID9ce3oa+D/Ddx9n9x2/n/AF7e3fr7d4bvP3PG Pz/L8P59cGvKzTJcF/vqXXbTd20t3eq2/E6sLmjWmq8tdf6+erXz+gvtFvqE32i4/wBKtbP/AJce P+Jl/np0+nYVVm+H51S8+0f8xTWO/bjP8vb+dcbYXFxcd+v/AC4/h/Inr6mvqvwHZ3FvZ2uoah/x 9fYf9B9f7Y/zn9OnWvlcViv7IVlorfho9vn17/M9/JsL9clFtX1WvXR3/HQ6f4Radb+F7PS9P/5/ PFQ0/wBf8/8A6q+D/wBrq8+0aNa/9QfxXrHPpo59P68V94arb2+n6x4X/s7/AEW10G/0fGPYV8H/ ALUtv9o0a6uP8P0wemfz61+ZZZd8XrHfzNbqytptppvfr01P6ewmnh5m2D6pKztbom+XftZ+fqfX 3/BGy41i4h+I2j6PqH2XVLz4jeD/AFx/yAeM+tf0ieP/ABJ8QPg3qXhf/hcGsWvg3wHrH/Evsft1 9/ZGk6lrH49T+Vfxv/sCfHi3+B/xptf7YuPsvhfxV/Y9hfX3bTdY8O69/wAU7r1f3ReL9U+D/wC2 H+yHpXh/xRb+HfHlrxp+uWV9/wATbnPXPXIOPw6dzXVxNhG8yzZu6i1e6va3u6/Lfdbdnc+y8MeI k8lyfLtG/hto9rK9rtu915Hyr4k/ZX0f48ax/wAJB8P/AI4fZbq8/wCXHQ/iN/xKTrH/AGLv/CWd Pp079a+5vAX7Jn7Q+qaVoMXif9qjxb4XutB/0CxvvA40H/iZaPj08T/8Jxz7df5V4D+yl+yN+yT4 Du9L0fxf8Nxrt1n+0ND8cG9184H9hDw2dB8Q/MBnGcdevoMH70074DfsxaJ4F1S3fxB4+8TaZZ60 dQ+wWXinxAdW/so69ldC/wCEeDLlB3GAT2K14GTZZpvpvq+2yfRpv1Xex9jn+ZvCv6ioZve9+ZZV Fq7a2lzLZdXZtWsnrb0PWvgnZ/8ACrtT8Hap4317Xddu7H/TfGOqj/ibf2uAMa8Bxj8OMfhXwn8I v2lPF9vqXij4TfEi3urb4i/D2+Ph++6f8VJo/P8AwjuveHe3QnirPi79iTVfiXql1b/Cr4r/AB4+ Bvh4eIv7QvvFOifFTXxqupeEf+gD4e8O+JQ2BnqfGQbA9QBn6N1H4CeDPA+taBqFj9q1TVdI0P8A sD+3PEd6dV1bUe413xH4iPp34HPYdA8XhcbFfXm7JNx0drrS7X5/PqdWSYvAYS1HH4r+0JcqavHZ O2j3Sabs43drLa6v4RqvjDxBrmm3dxcW91baZ/z/AHX07fX047V+c2nf8FpvAHwo+L/xp/Z31D4A /EH4n674L+Ih07wP4i8DX+g6r4V8WE6D4c/4SLQvEJ8TYPhkjxV/wkZyMgYABBzn7J/bA+PHh/4V /D3VLfT7i1/t77D9gsbGxPTWP5d+nHf2r+eP4ReE/C/g+98UfEDxBb/atUvL7+0P+wlrHof6/wCF fLYriLBZSpXjzNxaTe6k+WzTd1e6s076N2aaTXq5phaub8v1H4bptXtdXWlr7Lr0PtX4geJtY8Te L9X+O3jCwt7fx54ovdXv/Cnh1jnwr4T0cADd4ePGfDPgzGSeDnnvXgnhvXLfwfZ694ouftV1j/iY fbif+Rk1g+/9PqegrLm8YeIPiJqV1/zC/C9nff2f/wBhM/z/AE/Pvy9h4o8P3HivS7e41jw5/oV9 /Z+h6Hff8Sn+0tY6nv8A56Y6V+X4WWMzjMHLHWd25adbta2/P17ammZYhYLL4wsk1FRSvrayWm76 dvme8eG9U1jxJoN1qGsW/wDpV5/xMDY/p1Hv3+leI+KtP+zzf6P/ANuP4+/49vXmvpaa31iz+1W9 xp9rpdr9hx/oP/E20njP16fkB+VZngzSxeePNBuLjR/tVreX3+nWN9zx+H+eeOua/ZMrxP1LA3it UtNEtUvTy+R/J3FmE/tPH33u9fW6/Kyv/wAOecfDrS/HGqfZbjR/D+qXX2P/AKcCc59f6fh1r2TW 9D+OHjiEf8Uvql1/Y/ft9Ofp/jX0Z4k+IGsaXNdeH/B+n2mlWv8Az/fYedNx25//AF19BfC74gC3 0f7Pp/iC117VP+X78/8A9f8ALnqOrLcU8xvjsflD6pPp6taW0a13S9bLxY5WsI1gv7X10dt2tnbR t6Pp9+p8Mw+D/GGl+A9L8H6f4W1T+1NYwL2+746/5z9Pr2Xwo/Zj074maP4oHjDxB/wi2q6P/wAe P+f0JH9a+tPij8QNY0v+y9G8L/Zf7UvP+P79PT6YznvW/wCD9P0/+x/9I/0rVLz6fXpz9Py6V04b lV3ZLT7ld6foewsLhLJXk2klfq+nc/JaHwf8QPGFn4y+H/8AxNLr/hFf+QHrnc5PHHT8fT0rB/Z4 /Zr+IHxAvBqHiD7Vpel6Pe/6d7Y69Dnp+uea/eDwZofhbQ7P/kD2v2r/ADz/AJx+leNy/wDEj8Sa pp+j2/2XS9Y/n7Dpz0/wrl/tOzt729tiP7DwV076+e99PL0/A1LDwf8ACfQ9Htbj+z/+Rbsfwz+v 16/lisvxz4H/AGfvi58Iv7R8P6f/AMTX7drH+g+/qPb61l/FTQ9Q0v4darqGj/yz/U//AKjya+N/ hv441DwnZf2hb/8AUY/X/I9v68/9pPC2TV02ru3TT5/p28ujE2ssDZbXT7q3rqnZav8AVnL/APDL Hhf/AJ97n8//AK9FWv8AhpPXff8Az+NFbLONvl0/wefr+PmcX1Gl3f3L+u/9LX+MHStDuLf/AISj /j1+y/Yfx9fr/nIxWXYaHn/kH/8AE0/68f6e/HTp0r6C+EPhjUNCtPE+n/Efw+Rpern/AIR+9stc 4xg9fUc9D+uaNEuPC/wz+IuLjOqeA7z/AI/v+hs03p6+vbp1r+ov7U/xfd/wT+bsVe7tfb9H/XyR zHg/xho+lj+x9Y0+61Xwvef8f2fr+f4/1rp/HNnb+B/svjDwP/pVr/z/AFjwe/f0/nnrVrxJ4P8A B9x4ktbb4b+IP7Utde/48f8A9X49PQ/jXL2FxcfDfX7rw94wt/8AiV/8v2h9R/8AW9K8qyxmllft bRa9Vrfded/Pfznfrf5/L/gfgWtK+NGsf2Dqmn3On2v+me3/AOvt/PnvXkv2j99+n+T6d/pxntW9 4z0v+y9Yuv7P/wCQXef8TCxvvyz+Pp7jr2OVX1OVYNRSSXKtOlvn0/HTsxGrD98fQ13mla5/Me3+ fp2rzP8As4+h/WprPofoP5Cva06/1/TsegejTap+f6//AKz39sda7zRbz7R6f5z/AJJ9jivJbC4/ z/k/l/Tt2Wlapb2/fPPT2/T3/HpzXjYtaPTqunn/AMN+AHUa3qn2f8e3J9//ANf/AOusCHS7i4l/ 0j+Xr+fHX8qW/uLa86/T0/z7Yx9BWXquuXFv+n+fYH/A0YTZev6oDsof7P0v8P8AJ+v8q7LStU0+ 4/5eOP8A9XT0Pf8ALqa+c5tcuLz+n9Mj9PrmtTRLjULea1/nj25/HoCf/r0PCK2qdvNu34r0BLou v/DH3h4A/s+41K1t7jocafk9v/r/ANfavtKHS/7Qhtf7P/0W1tLH+z7E/wAx9enseetfDHwh0O41 TUrXUPXnn+fX/PtX6l6Jof2fTbX7Pb/8elj9T1//AFdfT8/xDjfFrB42yastLb69Pn3/AKa/SOEs I33t8rdPT9D598SXFxpevXVxcf6Lpf27/wBR3Hb/AOt19jmvnP42aHp/iT4aXWoW/wDx9H/j+/A+ /wD9fJ9a+gf2ltc0/T5rXR9PubX7Vn/TvfWP/rfjXw1f/EC3/wCFdaoPtH2W1vPFWsf6Cf8AsA+/ c9f1FfPZLhcbjMflGP03V7P0tf8AJf8ABR+/4JrCcLSwWOsk03e61vbfut739D4s/s/9z9o6/Y77 8OP/AK3v9e1fub/wRt/b8uPhn8Y9L+D/AMWNY+1eDfFNj/wj+hX2uf8Apgz/AJP49fxl8E3Gn6pZ 69b/AGj/AEqz/L15xj3z9K8lhuPs+pf8S+4urW6svwPP+frX6vicm/tbA5vg60fesrPZ30trq/W3 /D/kmW8RYzh3H5TjcE7R59db2jdXdtunzsf6j3g/4Z+H7zUvtHh/WP8AiV3n/Ewsb78fr7fh/P6u 0fwDHZ21tcHULS5POL2xsRngZz1IxyPp+Ffwn/sGf8Faf2gPB/g+10fX7j/hPLXw3/xL/wDTr7+y dW/AHp1P+ev6qaJ/wXct9DhurfxB8PviDa3RP+gWNjof9rYxn/PpjrX5F9VxuTY36jjU0lrG69NV p2t/npY/pyjxPRz7A4PHUc3V7LmT7tK6fZq+9rX7n9Neq6xo3hfTbrUNYv7b7LZgjN6Rx1Hrn/8A Xnp0/I79rD9q/wCzTXQ8PahnVLz/AIl9hY2Jz+J9ee+fftX5z63+25+1x+2HqVrp3wu+F+veF/C9 50vtbH4dPUZ6fliv0Y/Za/YPuNPmtfHHxhuP7e14/wCnj7dzpOmnH/6zxXhZnicdi24q6jdLtZdG 19299fOx6GF+pYT3n7za36Wtrbpra999uh+Hv7SGn/EjT9Y8G+IPihcXX9qeKtD8YeIND0O+B/4l mj/8y5we3r7/AJVy/wAOfhtrHiTQdB+0f8vn/Ew/mM+v+Pv1HvH/AAUd+Lnhfxh+3hpfwf8AC/8A xNLX4e+Fv+Ef1y+/6BuseIv+YDjOf+hdqrf+L9H+Gfw08L6fqGoWtrqg0P8As6xsbH/kLal/kdM9 TjivyTjXC47CuOBSu5K6fdtrr16ffbufVcMZpgsXzWW39fn92nRHiPxd8Sf8K/0C68P+F/8AkKXg /s/7cf8AmG6P+fB49/rXz78IvEmn3HjXS7e5uLXS9Uu9E1j7Dffbv7J1b/62f0ry/wCJHxA8QfED WP7Ht9QtdL0GzA1C++w//X/Xpn9a+lvhRp/g+4m0z/il9U8efFCzsdH+w2Gh2P8AxNtN0fp/3LI/ 7HTp0r9b8JeCsHjcF/t+TuWd6bttPZW1dvxu9D8P8buLcZlGMylYHOFl6aaav8Wy073ff8FY+grz xxo/hvTdL1jxT44tLUXl9/xI/wC3L7+ydW//AFf4dgK9a+GPxA8DeJNS/tjR/EFrqlreD+0LHXLH rqXGfwx9OleI6J8O9Q+H+pf2v4w8L/C+6uj/AMTC+N8de+LHizTf+Ei/7Gb/AIpH09a8uv8AS/hv p/ir+2NH8L+G/hzqn246hY+KvAA/4RP+zdYz/wAzF4d/5FHxN6e3fpX9FYrwhweNwN4xeQztsrO7 sntru3ofyO/F7F4THtSakrtOT6q6u72srq79EfR3xy8ceILj/iT+Hrf+y9L/AOf+x4Gpf1/z7Cvb fgZj4R+AD4o8Qf6KLz9SfTivlWw1zWNUs7W38cW9ta+KNHOddsbH/kE6l/1HvDvf/hF/8+9Zfxy+ PFvqh0rR7a4+y6Xo9jxY/l/9cdOlfi+L4dx2W43+w8deyu01dcyVtfR2V9/mfpWEzrA5ko57gnpK 17tNdL/j/wAG+p+gngy8t/GH9qeMO95/h/n0HrX0FN4s0fwnZ2vHT9R2/wAnpx24r8jf2Yvi5ca5 r114X/tD0x9fT/OP8O8+KPjD4geLPiF/Z/w/uNKuv7Bsf+QHrn/QY/L6Z/8A1CvncyX1NqKvuoq1 9dtL72vt+Z7+FzlaO91ZN6X7N+tt1v383+lvjn4g/YPCv2/T9Q6f59u/t/8AW+aNE1Txgbz/AISH UNY9fb1/lX4A/ED/AIKOftj/AAivPFHg/wCLHwX0s6nZ33+hXxsNeGk9/QngAe30OM17d+yb/wAF jPhvrl5/wh/7VHg//hF9LvP+PHxj4O/5BP6duen+R7uE4KzJ2x+jTSbSalo+V9G112W2qb0Zzf61 5ZVxrTTXTW+rVu9r6/gulrL9GZv2/wDxh/w2fbfsoahoA0zwafBH2+x1u+PPiTWMA+mMdQMnse3X S8Ya5p+hzf8AEwI0v/hJNc1j/PvjHJPb6V+fn7bHxd+G/wC0X/wrn48fsf8AjDwR/wALQ/Zw1z7f oeh/bv8AirfEmjD/AKl32Iz1BxwTzR4H/aw8QftN/Bz/AITDxho+l+F9U8E65rGn32iWBPH8j1z9 TXXmuSpYKL5Emkk1Z3utG1fXXTRbbaXRx/22vr1/n5et/n2v5n3X/wAUp/nNFfnb/wAL88Mf897r 9KK+U/sl9pdOnp/wLfLtr6n9rry6fp/k/wAe+nxF4A+Lnw/+NHhXxl4X1C3/AOJpZ2P9oWN9fWPA 68f5x/OvlX42eD/E95r2P7H+y3X/AE49v59f85xWp8IrfxB8K/GvijUNH0f+1NL+w/2ffaHfcf2l j06en4kfjVnxh8VPEGn2d1qH9j3V1qn9uf8AH9rmcf2Pk/Tn+df0a2vrbSavZparfl0P59P0O8Af Bvwf8QNB8G6P4w0f/mVf+Eg8K/8AYH/6APA7Z9+4Nfnj+1X8B/8AhUfj+6/se31T/hDdY/5FX7dx 9c+3r+dfbv7PHx4t/jJZ+DfB/h/R/wCy/iL4JJv/ALFjj+x+/p/n9PZP+CiOqaPefs5aX/xJz9q1 jxxo/wDp3fTD/L8+nbrX5vlmaZ1l/FzyvHJ8jl8rNq2vpqvPTa1uuyxeD7NO3S1rpr1W3ptsfh7D qA/sf+x/+Xb69x/njv8ATrRYW+Jv1/8Ar9/89h1qt5Xsv5f/AFqsw/cH1Nf0TG1lbsvyX6WORaJL sd5/Z58np29uvT+Xb9Kqw2ZuJ8fgP6dP/wBX4it6wt/tkPt2/Tpz+uffPWu8/wCFZ+MLez0vWLfw /dXVreZ/qfb9O2MV4+KzDB4N/wC3NX00vbs9u1/+CHn07/16o8kv9D/zj2+n/wCusKaz1Cz+vX/I 7559/UYr7ch+B+oXGj2txb/ahql4ebG+/wA+/wCHpivL/ij8N9Y8J2f+kHS7r/ryvv1ry8JxNgsb jVgEm+1l2te1k9Hp+Ym0t2l6nznY6pced2/Pt/n9e3etTVbPUNQs/wD9XH07ex49a5f/AI97z2x7 A9PyIx/L2r2Tw39nvIfs4/z+Y7jH0/CvexO90tLJ6Ly/4ZD/AK+/Y8l0qD7Neevb/P48n/8AVXsm iXFvb/Zf8jI/D/8AX045rl/Emh/Z5v8AR/z+o9PXr/L6dn8KPA/iDxf4w0rwf4f07+1NUvB/x5fb vbv/AJP04FGKnLFxtFe9ay0e/TRLvb+txSimm2kk9XddN/uP1J/Z48N22oeG7XUPs/2X/p+6/p3/ AKfSvoLVfiDb6XN/wj//AB63V5nUBff4Z9eua43wNp/g/wCC/wANNU/4WB448JXep2dj/wASPQ/C virQdW/H+XNfn3r3xk1DxJ4kuv8AhH9RtrX7Zj/QdDsf7W8Wf/X/AP1DPPP89cW8FcT/AF76/j8p fJun2Ts03Z2/Dc/d/D3NOF8Xy4B5um1y32dvhbV999vXujU+PfiS41DUrq4t/wDShZ/8v3f0/t7P t+XSvg/W/EtwdHutOH/Hro98TY88/wCfTBr6q+J/iT+y/Ct0LjP2vWLD/l+/5C3Pv3P9fSvzx1vX Li4N1/0+X3Hf8j79+v419XwTlX+xap3TW+mul7Lp6d7Hv+IGdYLBxWAy93VrXTXZa6X3u+pqWF7c afNdXFh/y+f1H4f5470aVcG51+6+0f8AHr9h+vX/ACP61l39t/Z9npeoW+o3V1aXn/P9/wASn9ff H4fWqsP+kQ3X2freY/07/PT9B/X9RwuXvWyer7PXT89vM/BXmD2clfzcdPvZ9G/sx+MLfS/HN1o+ oXH2XS/En/Ev/wC4xjjn9c/hX7W/s329xceMLXw/qGnWuqY6/b/z74/L1/X+e3wr4b1C81i10+D7 V9qvP+PC+sf1/wDr49/w/Xz9k748W9x4k0HT/FOoHS/GXhv+x/t99/0EtG/6D3/1vTHtXy/HPCON eCWYRhd30dttVvZPTW3Xd/L9J8NuOMCm8jx8krbNteXmtVb5dT+wP9m+30/w3o+l/aPD/wBlurP/ AJ/f8+2Dzzz7V6h+05+3h8N/2f8Aw3/Y9xrFrqnxG8S2P9n+B/B1if8Aib6lrHbXq/G74u/t2f8A DOfwo1TxBrGoWmqap9i/4pWx+3D/AImWsev68f8A1jn+ZO/+OHxA+NHxpuvih4w+IFra6prF9/aH 23xX/wATbPPP/FOnr+lfnGF4Sx1TJc4x2Oj7yV1Hlad1tZPXolp/mz9ZzPxAwzzLKMiwMlyvSUui jom2/Jed9+h99/tH+JPiPofxRuri3/4RzwbqnjbxUNQ8VeMfFI/4Szxb/bGOvh3w74a48TY6d+T0 HFct8TvjHb3FndaP4P0/xJqn2Ox/s++8f+Kz/wAVZ4kx1/7Fnwv/AE7V9VfC7xJ+zf8AEybSz4wu Lq68UWdj/Z99rmhf8SnSfTHp/LPcemp+0F+z/wCH7yz+z+D9Q0u18L2f/Ew+w2P/ADMg/wCgDmvx 3F414rHZPHNcnacG1e2reiTbte1ktHpvone/6zkeCwOX4BywOcK7jd+9f/Et3pe/nr0vp+fnwN/t DxJeXWn2+LrVPEn9j+H9C/6BP/Ye/wA//Xr9wfAHg/QPht4JtfC/h7T/APSgP7Qv76+/5C2pawP+ Y94i8Rf59QO9fkv8Erjwf4A8Z+KPHHi/ULXTPhf8GQfD99fWIzq/jb4j+IgSfAnh3HOMAknn/hAB 4mNd54k/4KA/tAeLIbW3+G/w/tPC+gnGofYfB2h51UflnGOa/trwr4Stksce42/tDVJp3SVuyTT0 Vnvp9/8Anp478WvM+J3gFnN1kDaVneMn1s72ejSdnpofaXjDXLi31K6t7i38R3V1Zn/l+Hpn369z nPavmnxjeahp8X+kaPdWnX7DfX1j6f5+vX8PB5v2gPjhcTf8XQ/4Te1tbzv4qsdfOk5/7mf36+35 1av9c8H2ej3Pjjwv9l0G1/4k/wDwlVjofPhP+x/EX/Me8ReHP+xq7eC//rV+x/VFhVtGWy6PVW6u /r1R/L+KxUsY7rmv+P8Anbbe2jPqrwr4kt/EngPQdYuLf/iaeCb7+ztc/wCol8N/EZ6/XwX4r/4r D65r5f8Aj3pdxod5a3Fvcf6LecC+/wAf5f8A6q9a8H6j/Zdn/wAJBb/6Vpf2H/ieWNjff8hLR/EX f/PA7elcb+0Pb/aNe0G3trn7Vpd5oekeIND9dSPPbGP8fY1+JeJPDi+u5TntrJfFZbbJppdNN3tp e5+2+GvEb+pLIcc2pactr36Ndde/57nkvwN+Kg8D+NrXWNZuP9F6evH6+39PWvUNE/aE8Uah8bv+ Lfnw5a6De32b7Q9c/wCYl+WPqfeu8+Ff7Ien+LNB/wCEg8UXH5Y4+v8AMetfRngP9l/4X6FZ/wBs f6L/AGp/kf4f5OK/B+JHkmvLbm1dn/N5Ltfy7eZ+3ZXh8z6/Dfv0umuvbz21t1MH9pDxZ+0h4w+F fijT/hf4f+En9lWehn+3L7xUf7W1b/uXeD6V/MTolx4H8Hw6r/wmHgfxbqvjL/lx/wBO/snSdN6Z 9PXn8vp/U9f+KP7O0DVPD+n/APIU1j8vp/8Aq7180/EL9nvw/wCOPBPinwvrGj6X/wAJRrNj/oOu fYP+QZ2/z/8ArrzeE+LHgKXLjveSlZbuyukr36/8DTY6Mzyv60rrR2Wq0vbfZdP6vc/FH9gO30f/ AIa3+Etx4g40s65/xPL7/PTj8ffqa+vf2q/2qPgxrn7Q914g+F/hfxH4C+HP/FYeH9c0Ox4/4STx hj/kPe/49x9a+ELD4Z/Ej4f/ABF+z/8ACPapa6poOuYxntx2xxnP5+1e8ftdeB7fxRpvhfxh8P8A w/8AZbr/AJmqxsR/zGPQj8B/hX6ZN4DOMYmmkrem9tbbdte9uyPlcPdO2t07dfP/ACVvkd3/AMJP Yf3f0/8ArUV+ZX9ueKP+fi5/L/69FdH9h4LuunRf3f8ANf03bu+sy7T6dfS35L+mf0dfs0+D/hvr mseKLj40W+l+F9LvND62OOfTJ9vx/lnxv4wfDb9mf/hKtUt/+Eg8R6pa/wDLjY6Hn8/6EdR147YH wZ+G/iD4gQ+KP7H8P+I/FOqfYel9ff5/z2r2/wADfB/wdodn4p8UfEjxh4c8B+F/BNj/AMJBrn9h /wDIW7/h7A9sV8iue6tzXurb7n5MsVjsW1e9rx018vwtbQ/N6w/Zf+N/gfxgPGH7O3jC28UW3hrP iCy12yI8Kat4bz0/4SEeJwMdeeTnvgCtP4m/tMf8LM/Z51T4b+MPsup/FDw38RtH8Qf8SP8A5BPi P64Gfwx+Fcx8Xfjh4g/aD1nVPCHw+0/WfC/wcszkaH9uP9reIgMEH4h4Ocnp0GCAQSSMeSf8Itp/ hOHvz/n+f86+ywmTfW5Rx+O0kmrfzXSSV9n0vr5720+mV7JeS0+S/Hv6a6nL2GqW+n5/4l/2X/D/ ADx04wcHNb32f7ZZj7ALW76D/P54/wDr1l6rqOn3EP8Ax7/avXtj/P8AnvXL2HiTUNLmufs/2W1t T+H0/kD/ACr7zB3vFK7drLvokkee2lq3Zd2e8fC680f/AISTS7Dxhcf2Da/9P3+cf/q9K++rbxhb 2+mnT/D+n/2r0+w/9Aj37e/f8elfMHwj/Zz8X+KLK11f4wahd+A/Bx/4mFhod7Y4+IHiPgH6+GvD BJx/wmHjTgEdWzx93+G/+Ew0uztfC/wn0f8A4Q3QbOx/s/7dY5/4SzUs9vEXiLjxd+Pgv07dK5cT 4d43iHG/XnJxilftp7vT0urafNHyuM42wWUN4G3M9dtU9U7XV1fTo7We61t5Lf2XxI1yH/ioDqnh fS7P/l+/sPX9I/yO35V8maV8Evjj8fPG1zpHwf8Ahv8AEDxloNpkDWxomu6T4U4Izrx8Q+Js+Ehn PG7GRyuRzX6L3/wP8Yf8hjxD448W6VdXnJvf+J8NW/tgDj/kZvFn+cfn1Pgb40ftD/DOD+x9H/aP +H/jLQ7Ij7D4P+Jp/sjVdNH/AFL3iDBPhknjnI6cjuPqMi8KsHlD+vf2tdu101re8dPx87roeCvE D61e2UpNL3XzNe97u1k7tr0Wq1STPlSw/wCCYfxAsoftHxI+JHhvwbd99D0PwP48+IWraaen/Uj/ AMx9K9a+DP7I/wCyf4IvNe1j4sftAXXjK50f/jx8Kj4c+PPCek6b/wBjF/xVn/CXfpxn6V9QX/7Z nxQ1CEaf4gsLq1GsY07+3PCt7oPxC8J6bxg/8JF4d8M58W8f9DgSOex618l/F3xZ8SL280HxB4g8 LjVNLvL4Gx8Y+FD/AGtpOpHp/k/nX3mF4TwTs979b77fL8rrTc8rE8a53jHZJxv0S1S0/Tpa5+mv wT8YfDe40HVNH+G+j/Af4jfDjxJY/wBn65ofgDwPoOk6tqXv4i8O/wDI3fX/APWa4T4u+OPB/wCz 3oH9n/B/4feEvBug3lh/x42PgfQf7W/8KL/kbvf/APXX4afEuz1jwf4kOseB9X1TQrq972N8dIOo +4wQORxzn3Paqnhv9qDxx9kuvB/xA1i617S7y+OoX39uf8TbVtN1jPGveHfx6gd66VkuBwmNTskr rslfSy+/a+z+8r63neLwn+xu70bV/et1utL3X4Pc1PFXjDT/ABLrHij7f9l/0yx1jUPsPTp/n1z+ dfJd/wCMPFHg680vUPDFxdWtreWP/LjwfXjjGfbrx6V6N4vt7j+3rXWIO/8AxMft9jn+ydS0f1zk dgQRnHJ4OBjl9VvNPvIf7PuLf7LdWfP6Y/T25Htnjlz3K8Dmy+pY1aaWdtGtOt+2y3890/p+G8Vj 8olHHYK/NpdXejTSa73uk9Px3POdb+JniDxJZfZ9Y0e0urof8xzP+P8AUf8A1/OZoLi47H0H5D3z 9fau8v7K3t5vQ9vy9fw/POO9W/BelHXfiF4O0e3ybrVvFOjaefx18DGR9c9a+EXDeBwbSy921StZ J2vZL1vp89j9GxPEWPxaWPxybsrtatWirv7lqu61t1MrQfGFx4bhutH1jR7XXtLHSxvv+YaemBge v9COa3v7b+HE83/MdtbXj/lyHb6E4Pb34r2T4wfBf+w9S164tx/x5334f57+vHNfK0Gl+Rr2mW9x /otrd32jk89ugwPUHJPPpXuYjL8bl6i/dtJLXz09Ovy7nzuFxWCza+Nu0+yfTdu1r7Lf8O30/wDD Txx8J/DcN1qFxrF1/amf9AF9Y+nb8+fX6mvojwpd+CNL8If8L71Dwdpfjzwz9h1jwd9g+2/2T4t8 Enp/wnfh0f8ACWZz7e/PGa+T7n4b2Fn8R/FFhp//AB66Dff6B16f5OO/pW/Z2ms/DzxIP7Y+1Wvg 74hWAv7K/siTpJx/yMP0A8UgAAcYArq/2yUVgcctGrpyStsmvJ9v0Mlh8Hd47AzakmlfmautOZaa 362fn1sel/Hv4mHx34Q0G/g1C613S7PRP7Osr43v9q41jgHg+/b1r4xhuNQ8kXPW1+nv/PPWuu1X 4f6xpn/CUahcZtdL8N50+9541LWMf8U9oR6nOAMn0HOeK8zh1C4t+P8APHb/AB7+vWvmM0was42V m9ku/dbP8vwPosob+L+2G2vhbk29OXS+m2uqt6H0Z8KPi54g8N6l9nt7gWtr2+n5fjx3+oB+ydP/ AGlPjR4k+zfDj4H+H/Fvjz4oa7j7DfeFdE13xZq+m5/5jv8AxTPJz14Bx1PFfl9oltqGoTXXkf8A HrZ/8TG+yc/nn8OnBr9uf+CYul/tAfDvR/HnxI+CHwv+IPijXvGv9j+Dxrmh2I0rSdS0f/kZPEQH iPxNwf8AmXen596+Owvhrk2bY5Zhjkk1JNK3W62XTX+t0fR4vxUznI8kll+Ck5Xum03ezXV6uzXl qr6rS36f/s/fsV/tIeD/AAT4N+H3hf4P6XqmmeFdDP8Abnir47+FdB/4RP8A4TDxH/xUniLXf+Km /wCpq/Htx0r6C/sLxx8P7z7P4w+PHwbtbqzvv+QH4A8D/wBraTpv/lp+B/x/+tWBbfET/gpxb6D9 o8QfAceMtLsx/p2h+FfjF4D1X4hf2P6/8I74mP8AxUx9x6YrybW7nwv+0JoOqeIPB9vqfg34y+Cf +Jf4q8HeKrH+yfFn9sY50HxH4d/5lnxR2+ntmv23LlHDxWXw0irJW0WySSdvTXs/M/mnO5SxEnmM 3zSk25c2rd2t769V0PZPH/xo+D97DdeF/HHijwlqmg6xY/YL7+3LHXtJ0n/DPTr/APr/ADd8VfAj 4f8A9vXXij9m/wCIHhz4jeF7yxxrnwyvr7/ibalo+f8AiotBHQ+Jvw6e3FYN/qlv4km1T4f/ABI0 e7tbXWB/Z/27vpvP/FO68f8AD279B438IvC+sfAf40/8IP431D/iV6xY/wBn2N8P+QTqX/CRceHD 4d/T0xzgenqrDfVUt3tpvq7efp239D5/DYlYryS76dPvt+ltNUeQ+D/HGv8AwI+IVp4H1g6pa+BN Yv8A+0fC174pH9k6tpuTzoXiLAAUEkD4gjHr04B+mvH+l6hqGj+F9Q0/7VdaV4Vvv+Ef/wC4P4i/ 4qTw6R1/5mr/AISInj8cdeN/a6t9Y8UfDa1HiDT/ALVqnwy8b6Pp51z7D/0MR8Sf8SHr3PP4dO47 L9mPXLj4qfDTx74HuLj7V4p0Hwr/AKF/1Ev+Ed/4qTw7r3Ix/wBSf7/8Uj+HxfFuF+t5Jm9t0m4x 36LZX39PkffcJ4pYXO8nx1rt6Ps7NK7V/Tfre259feAPGP8AaHgm18L6P9qudUz19vQn+n+Fb0+u aPZ3ml/8JBq/2UWf9T+Y/TP0rB+Ftx4f8J/C66+z3H9qeKNY6/p/nP1HXJryX4hahb2/hW6t8f8A E01j1/rkd/Udfev4Jrp4rO2pOWjd27pLVeenX187n9ZRl9VSknpJJ6eev3X/AB8t/RviF/Y+uWev fEDwvcf8gf8A+v8A05FfNM37Rnij+wbX7Tp5utU/6DmT19fXv34H6V7JDb/2f8NLrR7f/SsWOPxH 5/5PvXxbN4o0/TtB+z/Z/wDSunf/AD+X5816WTYTBylmy3eltE3unp/4Dv5+Y8Vi+v49/wDgdNPy 0OX+NnxcH/Er/s+2+1ap7fhj+n5j0o+IXxdt9D+F2g3/ANntbW6zrP8AoPf/AD/npXo3gDwn4X8S Xv8AxOMWv/T99B68f418g/tLeE/B/hez0vT9P8QXWvaneX2sfpz/AJ59+vFfo2S5Zg7J3kr2e730 vr6N/wDBPlsSsZpjko2va1107q19ulvkeSf8Ln8Mf9Cvpf60V4j/AGF/nH/1qK+s+qYP+Z9Pw5fP +7+JxfW5d+3T/D/k/vfz+rP2ZP2qP2t9Kh8efDb4Tax4k1TVfG1h/Z50TQ9D/tbxX1OCOAeBwc55 BxwQDlePfhX+0B8N9Z/4vh8N/iX8Ov7e/wCJhY/8J/of9k/2l+HUfp0PtX6bf8EvvA+j/CP9s7xR /wALQ1C61Twv8TfA+s+H/A/jG+/6HD+3h/wjv/CRY9h/LgV+8HxX1z4f+KDdfD/48aNpevaV/wAg /Q9d+w/8hLr/AIjOfc9a+SzPiaOVY5aKUdG7WfVb73e3ToraHI+G8SteRpJLaNtkl/Ktdvx7M/jp 0u4+x2f2e2/HHHTt/n+Vcb4q0PWLeH+2Ps91a2v+eBnt0+lfoJ+2T+z/APC/4R/Ei11j4H6P4ttP Af8AzNX9udtY54P5fT1yevwL488UHXP+Pj/kF8H7Dj8D9ccZ7nPPSvssrz3A5sljsC9Ukmr6NpK/ Xff8tbHjOLV009NHdP8AU858SeG/EGn2X9oahp90bW8/5fvsH17/AIdMex74+nf2S/AGj2zan8V/ EGj2mvXWg339n+CLLXONK07WB014+Hf+ZmA9MAHjPIGOr+G/izwfqvwc+I3hf4kfZdLtdBsf+Eg8 D64P+QqdZ/6AOP8APSqvhXxhb+D/AAfpf9n/AOlWt5Y/2h9f+Ei/Hvnr/wDXx+j8FWzXHLmVkrOz 7aaLppuuqevmfHcWYp4TJrZe3zN2f81na6sk7Jp/do9D7S/4Sy4uP9P/ANF1TVLz/j+v77v3/wA9 Oe1E3xM8UeE9N1T+z9X/ALLuryx/4/rH/kK/Uf5PT8a+LbD4+afbzfaLgfZfsf8AxL7I/YO349ce v511EPxpt/GEF1/o+l6p/wAxD7Ef7e9+2c/5/A/saWCjZKyasu2qsvTe34H4x/ZeOk1KV9bN6X3s +9/+GOohvLfU7y61HxzceI7q6vP+fG+/tbVufX8+P6Gt7SvDekW//E4/4VPa6Xpdn/y/fEC+17Vv 7SP/AJY/hH0x/OvL5viR4xs7P+0Le40vQfsf/L9oeh6D/a39j+2PU8n6Vy9/4w/4STWLXULi4utU uv8AqOX/APa35+nqMH+dd6Stolb+t/w3K+qy6N3+W/39z1DVfElxpf8Aan9n/EC18G2t5nUDY+AL Hqf+gDjwz/8AN1j6V5zN4s8P3Nmbj7R431O5z/oN9f32g6SNR6dfvHA78UT22oapDdf2hp11daDZ /wDEv7/8TLuP88Y9McV618Dfgv44/aE8f6X4H+H+nWtrn/iX32uX+f7K03R+g9P8/nXDj80wOQ4F 4/HtW36La2m/Rb9j6DhrI8bn+Ojl+Xr/AIW20lpderXbla9LFX4RfDPxR8cbz/hX/wAP/h/43+KH jLWP+YHof/FWf2bo+R3Htz/+qveNW/4IT/8ABRDxTMbjwv8AAfxHa9/+J5448BgfkPFnT8R7V/Xd +wl+yv8AC/8AYW+C39j+B9Htbrxl4k/4mHjjxjfWP/E28Sdz/wByt/hXt3jP9sTT/A+j6p9o+y/a vsJ+w2P5/j6fmM54r+X+LfGx/X39QsskWitq76dVra/4H9s8D/Rw+q4GOOzfNrZ40nyWbTvy3Vut /Jt23Xb+A7Wv+CZf/BSn4fa/a/D/AOIH7I/xU/4mN8NP0LXNL/sHVtIOsf8AQe/4SLw14rIPHP8A kV+i/wADf+Db/wDa4+JF7pfiD9oD4gfDT4I+Dbz/AImF9faHff8ACwviH1OP+KdGPCPhnqP+Z6/A V+vnjn/goZ4Xs9e0vUNQ1D+1M66P7cvu/wDj/j6Dv+jn7Vfxx1TwZ+xF4y/aQ8IWF1daZ8PtD0bx +BY4/wCJl4P/ALe8Of8ACRccnnwrn8uOQa+ExXjPxDjcIsDgN29Gr31ta2vb5t+Z+jZZ4E8PYLGL G49Jp7q6W9un959Fq7vfr+Yvw8/4N/8A/gnP8F9B/wCEo+NPij4l/tBXX27+z7G+8YeKv+FeeE9N PX/kXfhl/wDN0OvWvm/xf/wb8fDfW/ihoPxy/ZX+K3/CufDGj64fEFj8HvGGfFekkeHiuB4e+In/ AAln/CW+GgMNgeM/+E5OWyWICgf0KeGdL8Eftd/sfXGr+H/E41TTPi18Of7Q0PxVZddN1c6Fjw/r q45G04JB4IBA9R+TP7DPxM/aY8DaP4Y0f9qvwvbeDh4k1zWNAGuWV7/auk6l/wAI5rwxrpwSB/zM XTPTOOcV8bieP+LsJjFj3m65U7ct0vlZ6taW5rNRdk7Nq/6DhvCvgrN8E8q/sbWO7ta+if8AKnqn tq2tbapn5p/EL/glPb+ONMuvtH7SHhLQfiML7WNOvvB1j4G17VtJ03WP+gD4i8Rf8JZj/wCvz0r8 XP2of+Cd37R/7Pnxb8GfD7xD4IHibVPG/wDxMPh1qHwzz4s0jxr3z4d2gkj8D9OOP7h/EX7I/wAO Pj58bNe8Y+Hvif8AEHwdqn9iaN9u/wCEPOgjwlqXfPiLw74lB/4qjOByBjqSMYr5l+Meh6P8M/iv d+H7fxh4j8eXXhWxOn/8JV4q/sLGm/8AQxaD4d/z/Sv1Dw+8QONeI88jgc1d8kdrNWctLevyvfY/ IfGPwx8POC+EHjsqj/YGeLo72ltdLRLW2tnda7M/m7g/4Jx/tYeK/HmqeKP+Fb6XoOl3n9sf6b4q 8caDpPp+vT1xX1B8N/8Agk/8UPGHg/VfC/xn+IHw08L6XrA/4SCx0PwtY/8ACWav4c8Yf9B7w7/y I4/4rTwrj/ij+f8AmUTX6R+JPi5caXDxbm6tePxPfP0/H9ayofiprGqTWtxb3H2X/mIfYe/T+een X8+a/p7EL60lZNaJdu1ra3vZf1c/hHC5p9Tfxdd9e+9vOx4j4V/4J9/sr/s5RaD4o+I/g+6/aLu9 BsSP+Lm5HhPHT+3v+Fd5/wCKmBzg/wDCacEeGTXqXw7/AOCXv/BMDXte1P44H4b3PjLS/Gvio+IN C8Ha34313SPh74AyST4E8PeH/DAy3hjk4PjYk446AAc/4/8AiR/wnGm6po+oH7L9s/4l99/p2P7S +tfm74P/AGqPHH7IfjzVPC+v/ZfFHwm1m+/5Ad9/zDevH8z+lc39lN2vf7r29NSP9ZMasXbBO0Wl za6NKzfW3S6XdLc/eLRf2Zf+CfmieIz4gg/ZZ/Z+0LUzZmxsr6x+HWhf2SdJOMk+Hf8AkUcnueo4 5r6e0rxZ8J/C9npdvpHhfwlpWg2dj/Z9idDsTpH9naPz+H+TX5a+FfjJ8H/jBo9pqHw3+LFrpd3e f8eOh+MfxH/Ixf8A1v61y/jDxx44+H/2q3/s+6uv9B/4/rDOraT+vWunCYRLRLTstF+W3X/ganm5 hxJK/vczfVu713erXfz9Ln6WfFHxh4P8n/hINH1D7Ld2f/Pj+f4/zxX4y/tOftaaRpnjDS/HGofD e11Tx5o9j/wh/wDwmOha5/wiereJNG/6APxE/wChm8L/AF9s+leX/E79pTWNDh+z2+of8TQf8TC+ +3Z/w/8A145r88fiL4o8T/F2E3Gof6Va6P8A8f18R/ZPoc/5+lerhcr1u737ve/m9+n3feeD/abx mltn+Lta/wA7dui2P1K1C48P/EXwR4X+IGsXFraap4q8K/2gb6xvv+Yx/wAzFoPX8vpzxXg/jrXN H1zwfpen6hb/AGTXvBP/AB465n/qPf5/Lg9q+LfCvxV1jwP4OtfA/wBo/tTS7O9/tCx/6hv/ANb3 9a1PEnjC4uItBt9P/wCPXWL7/TrHHp+PP55575rrd8Jvqvvv+Xy6fI5VhWscmk0rXWlu3y7X630P vD42W/8AwsH4La9B4ft7W61TXvFXg/7dfcf8S3/hHfrwfftXiP7Mfgfxh8O/jfoOoW+n3Vra/YdY OuX19/0B/pn1/MdTX0Z8Lrf+z/h1a/Z7f/RdY/4mHH+c9up/UV7dDqlxb6PqlxqFuLW1s9D1jUP9 O/n7d/T35rwKy5k01fmUr7a3S+R7uXYu2OVmrRaenk1fu9ev5neeA/2R9Y1DwTqmoeFtYtfsvirX P+Egxn/kG+3+f/r15L48/Zn/ALP1nS9POsfarrn9cj8fy/xP0Z+y18QNQ8cfDrwH4w0/UBa/bLD/ AE//AD+Q6dPU19Ga3Z29x9q8Qajp/wCf+eRkg8/hjiv4W42wqwee5xgVGzbbjZd2nv8AnZ3P7f4U +pZvkeUY16yUbO72tFWuvPbXY/IPQPiB4I+H/wATdf8AgR8SLjVP+EnH+n+Fb4WOdJ8SaOcnnnvz jr074NfDPx10/T/7Z1T/AIR/UOOn2Hn16dv6V3n/AAUm1HWPA/x1+F/j/wALn7Lqmj6GNQ+3dvbt 7nr69a3rD4SW/wATPCul+ONQ/wCJXdeKtD/4SDHGe/X/AD7dKvh3K1hFHHNvVLmvZq97NpWW6s+t tdzycXo3graXdpL19V1enl00Z8W+OfjhqNto+l6f4X5uu/8AL+fv71wUwt9Rs9L1jxho91qlreX2 sf8AHjf+nc/iOO3GTVu/0vR9D8eap4Xz9ru7Mfz/AJZ/qODWD4q0/WLzR7T7P/x6Wd9rHHGe319P 6V+lLZaJXV9DwLva7t2uejfaPgP/ANCvqv8A4HH/AOKor5C/tq4/zj/Citvq3n+L8vP+rehzH3f8 NNQ8QWdp4o+z3F1aj7D/AD/l/kfT0b/hePxo+xnR7j4keLbrS/8Anxvtc/x6DpXB/D//AJB3in/r y/o1ZV3/AMfH5/yr8Sxet7u6uk+unMz/AEG/1MyjFtJxi110W2nl5/dbTVW9b1X9oT4j654V1Twf 4g1C117S9esRp99/bmh8+g6j8fz618v3/hfwvcE/8fVr2+vtz26V6fTvN91/P/69dOEzN5Ql9Quk 2rrWy6/r87+ZwYrwr4Kxad8m19PS7s7PVt9/uPl7xVpVxbw/2fb6xdXWl/8APiLH+fb/AD1rl4fH GsaXDa29xnVNL/5Bw/6hvp3/AKV9aX+h6PqkP+kW9rzj+f8AnHPrXnOrfCDRtUs7q3t7j/Sj/wA+ P+effrX6fwl4lf2Q19esm2ldb9L7K7X4+Z+E8b+BOCxaf9hZQ1a+jS30+7y6dHsjyW9vNH1SG2uN H/0u1wfp78/yznp+FcHNrn9l3n9oaPqP9l3Vn7/4enX+ddR/wpfWLOb/AEfWLq19fb3HsfT64FF/ 8I9YuP8Aj41C6uf+v7j8unH1+gr9QXijkuL2kk9/iWluXbr1/LsfiWH8B+LsI3fJrrb3luml/n1/ S5a0r40faP3Gsafa/av+f6x9cZ/PnP8AnA9u8N+MPC97CRb6ha3V1ef9OPHf8Ovt/WvlXVfhHrFn /nv/AF69cdfbisGfwf4g0+b/AEe31S2/68ueTzj9frXqZX4mJv4kl0u1tdWb19Op85mfglneFd/7 Fd93ZN9It667O3n1PvD4deKPEHiTXvC/w/8AD9x9l1TxV/Y/h+xv/T/hIu36n+fev0O/Zp/bv+BH 7Nd7deH9Qt7rS9V0fxVrHh/XL6/sO3h3Xuw+nr6noRX4N+FNV+IPhvXdB1jR7i6GqaDfaPqGifbs f8S7V+OPzHGOBX7KeD/2mP2sP2hNZ8G/D/wf4P8ABHg3XvFV9/Z//CK+DtD/ALW8WeNtY5/4n3iL /hJufDP+R2FeZx3xdkmb5L9RxucJ+Se7stNGutunVdEex4d+GfGuT8Q/X8qyZqWnvOOzutFfXe2v RrbqfvX8Nf8Agqp4f/aC8R6F8MP2ffD3iP4s+P8AV7Fr+y8PeD7H+1dVGkKBu10np4Z8Lj5S3OVy CcZr1nxB+z5+1R8QfGHgLWfif4X8OfCbwab7+0fFWiXvjjQNW+IR0fOf7B/4R3wx1/Dx1Xsf7CH7 EHwu/ZCl1248CW/hK7+PPxO0TR9Q+Pvxa0PRBpPhTw4VJYeH/Dfh0kDwz4Y4J6gePTySACR9pfEr T7jS9M0rWNI0651S61i+/s/wONbP/E11HWP+h78RZ6j8B+ANfytnWFwOKt9QbcV3at0Temlm9tk+ yP7fyp5zhMFlKzzleeWV0k9NVdS3SfLa63e+2/jnxd/YX/Z/8SfDQaPo/wAB/hnpeqfYf+hV0DVt WA/7GI9ORz6nvTfgdqNr4/8A2ePiL+zB42txqn9j+FvF3w+vtL/6lFtC2qDjnJLbefWvufSvHfhj wh4ftNPv7m2F1d2J/wBNvr7r2xz29uPU9K/Jj42eCNY1D4x6p8QPhf8AHC6+Ev8Ab3/I1WOh/wDE 2/tLGM+1eBP/AGRKz5r7qN3162ur/wCfV3PqMF/tdd/X1GNrOLlblvo72TWi3a0bta9rM9P/AGIv GOjeAtau/wBn/QBdf8It4asP+JHoZ/5hgHPJ+nP+efHP2orfR7jxJdfD/wCIFxdWul/b9X+w+mpa P/yMee/8+K/Pvx/8SP8AhW/7RF1ceB/ix/wi9r/y/a3fX2g6tq349f1z+FfPv/BRb9uPwd4H+Fdp bfD/AOKFp8RfiheY+3/bv+Kr1XUdXA/5D3b/AIRnA6cdsDmuLCUMRm7WB5WpcyS6atrRt20ba1va +t0epmeLwOU4F5rGSfKtotNpJLom77aKyatufrR8PPjh8L/2c/BGqaP8P7i6+13gGoX2ua5rmvat q2pfXxH6eufXivhnxJ8QNY8cQ3fjC5P2r/hJL7+0Pt2ev/E+6D6fzr+bD/hoz9qfxhZ6XqP/AAkH hzVLXWf+XH/kE/2b1xx0/HrX762Guf8ACv8A4XfDnw/rGofatfs/hzo/242POk/2v/YP/FRfh75/ Sv6s8HOCszynGLHY1ppKyS1TWltH+vds/g36SPiJg+IctyrA0VbXVtNPe1mml38++l9O8sNct/FF p9n/ALPurW6N9rF/9h/w/wAK5fxzb+ILeG1/s+f+y7T/AJfj+P6cVasPjB4X0Oz0r+x9P/0q8sf7 Q/ty+57j+nb/AOtVrVfipo+qfatP/tC10r/p+vuv5Y4/+twK/pC1tLW8rH8RfWl2X4/5Hkv/AAiH iC3vP7QuLjF1Z977qR6/p0+vWvnPxh8O9H+IFpqlvf2/2q7+vt+f+cV9Va34w8L6HD9nuPFFp/2/ fh6dsfn2wenl+t/tKfs/+F5vs9vrFrdf8/19Y/06/Tj29q77ruvvOFYaWkk79brmfbqn6H5bat8D /iT8JNSuj4Q1C7trUD+0PsJ6nH488ACt2w/aN+PFnZ/2P9o1S6teP9B9f8+3v1r7c8Sft0fs/wBv Z6pbf2PdeKPrjp+nHf39utfJfjb9tT4P3BNxo/w30u1uv+n6+9ePfr/npXN9bwOE0ur6Kya0/Pyv 0PQVDHYyyeTPH3srtXfS8m/nd/8ABR43qvxU/wCEtvP7Q1jT7XPe+Of1z0x/nHbyXxJ4wuPJ/wBH 1C6tecf59+ff/DjfiR8eLfxReH+wPD+maDa/8+Nj07evt+f8vB5vFH2ib/j49sc/n/P36djXNiOI sFhHFLrb73t8r+T/AB1+lyvhLGrWS5dm1bb59lpr6a7H0HpXicfa7a5uT9pts/6be4znvnOMcdh3 9ulfoH4P8Sfs76ppul/8fNrqmj/8fx1y+9Pr/P6+tfm9ovhrWdT0i51jwxbf2na2dgCLGxH/ABNt O1f19+OQemOcCvn2fxH4g0+8uvPv7m1uc4+x4OCfTkkDg9MDPPavLxWevCpN6qTS12/y++/+XZLh H+0G1g82UZRTvHVO6eqaeqtezdktFezbv/TDpXxc+H9xo+LfWNLtbX/kH2Nj9T+nqOe1fHH7Uv7W A8SaZdfCD4YG6/su8GPiN4qH/MTPfQfDp7DB/Htnkj8p9D8S+Lry0z/b11bDvknk4yc4zgEgf4mu r0q31DT5vs1x/ot11xx+fT/GksT9ctzJra7aW1k+l+j8+lmcmG4dWTttyUnrtez031SutdF6X0sf 0Yf8E2dcuPFHwK1Twf8AaM6po99/oOR+B/zj3r9Dr/XPGGl+G7Twfq+j/wDHp/y/f4Y/LsPw5r8U f+CYnjDyPGGqeFz/AMfX2H+0OMj+n48/Xmv2u+K95rHizQbW41D7Va6p/wBOP9SP59a/lbxny94P Ovr+CjutbLWV7eV3ZXf/AAdT+l/CzFrFZI03blWivokmte3bTy0Pz7/4KIfAfT/Fn7M3jL4kf8zR 4JsP+Eg0P7D/AJz69/pzXxZ8BP2hPC+qfs8eF9G8QaPqh1Twrnw/9usevH6Y6dPpzX2p8SPiJ4w0 uz1T/hIdP+1eF/sP+nc/XH+evavzS8DfEDwf8I/h58ULi4/4lel+JPFWseIND8K31h6dPw4A9gMe or4TJM0eLwccDZ3TW6d3qr/dbtfV+R9Rmlva3Vt3d6dluz5C0TQ9P8YfEP4oaxo+sfajZ33+g/bv 8/gOv689lon9n6X4O1/+2LjF0P7YFj349s180aJ4wt7fXvFGsaPp91a2viT/AI8bH16/h15zj8K+ jPFXwH+IH/CB6D4g1g/Zfw5/yfyNfq9JWja1tIr8D4s+Xv7C/wA4/wDrUV3v/CGax/z8j82or1NP L8PL/gfh5HOeteBvjx4P/sfxR/yFLX/Qf+fHPXjHt/n1resPiZ4H1T/maNL/AO3/APyPX24+lfPs Pw/8QXFn4o/sfR/tWl/2GDix6f59+h4ry/VdD1j/AI9/+EYuuv8A0A/fP+fXr0FfMPhnJMX9uK03 5krN29br/JXufv0fE3j3KrfXclk9m7Xfb9db32dvN/fVhqGgXH/HhqFrdf8AXjfD0x/9atT+zvtH 6+/+cYx0Pavy1mtjb/Tuf88/z61vWGu6xp//ACD/ABB4j0r/AK8dc/n+X69e9eN/qBFv3c3jrsrr +7/e8/61PpML464pWeYZNJNWbVmlpy9tdd7tP8z9NubaG1/r6j6dfrW99j+zz2tx/ovfj24/+tX5 9zeLPihof9l/8XAuvst5/wATD/ied8D8+fy9PbqP+F0fGDS/+Pj/AIRzX7U9f9Bx6frk14+K8Nc5 +y+az0395Nq1ut9bX/JH0uE+kJw9itMflHLa12tGttevrfr1PtybSre4htbi3t/tX/T90xx/9f6f hVqHwv8AaIc/8vX8unX6fpXxvYftO+INP/5DHge0wf8AoB339k455/z3xmvRtB/a18H+T9n1DR/E elnj/lx/tb/PPr6Y4rw8TwVxRg0nHKW7dbvsn3te1vvfqfdZZ4seHubJXzeMdviSSW2j8lft0620 9km8L2//AD7jv9Ox/T68HpWXc+E7e4/5h/4nI4Ppnp+RrLsf2k/hPeH/AJGj7L/2HbHXdK9B613m lfFT4b6p/wAe/jDwlddv+P7qP1GD+lcGJwvFWD/5lEui620t+Vr/AD9D7bDcWcEY2yo5vwk721fL zWsrrffdeui2uYMPhvT9PP2j+z/8+g/zyfXrX3h/wTi+Lnw4+H3xvujb22s69+0tr2uaP8P/AIH+ HPsP/Ep1H/hIgfDfiLv9ePw7A180Q3mj3EP+j3Frdcf8uGB/jj8fw9K/VT/glN4P8H/D/UviN+1h 440f+y7Tw3Y6x4f+HPiq/wCff4ia8e/f/hD65X9e/wCZgpbaJvVSast1sn00b2unZmeZ4zIrp5A4 XvduLVnttrZX1trsfvr8Pby38L+PP+FTahqH9vf2Pof/AAsD4xeKv+glrH4f8yv2OCfXrivZLD4u aN440bXvihrGo2v/AAi32H+z/A//AECTo/fXv8Py61+KXwv/AGnz4w/YS/bN/av1C4+y3Xjbxx8S PD/hXXP+gl8N/Do/4Rvw6OOpP/FR5Fcb/wAFBPHGj/D7/glV4X8AeH7jVNL174m2Xw28H6GLLpp2 P+Kk8Rf8VEeoPhUeIhx169uOBLG86wE04xcldtW0ur9tl59vU8v6r9cTx695qLUdb2dlbVaau3Xp e+h+Wv7b3/BYv4seJPHnxa+D/wAD4LTU9Ls/FPjDwhoXxMsb7+1ydHzt/tzw7gcHGTz8uO5OAfyn vvjV+1v4/wBSutY8Y/Gb4lW11eHvrraVnvjClePoM++DXf8Ag/4Z6f4bh/497b7X3Of859Tn6c81 2U1vbW8P+kf1/wA//W9K93/WDJsptgMBlEZPS8pRU3Juzu+fmXa1tvO7b4sB4eZzmz/tDNM6aj0y hPl09YtXTXfq9318Ns/hxBqk39r+KPF/izxRdD/n91rXc/gSC2PbOM+mK9U0rRNH0yz+z6fo9ra2 3pY+2PzH1/M1am0u2uPbGP8ATv8APGfTH/1qqzeE9Yt9N/tC3ubr7L+H69u/Xn+lczzXG4trdJON lskla2i00Ttp0fe59Zh+FMswEbUcpcrrXmbkrtK7d9+u/wA+7+c/iLb/ANn6ljF1a/6d/wAuJ/oP ft/jX6WfFf8Aag1jVPCvw58cW+oaXa2t5oej6h/YVj/xNv7S/wChiPiH+h7fjXyD4/8AA+seJPg5 daxp9uLrVPDd9/p/r/Y/t69B9f5cH8IvB+seOPDV1p/ii38W2ul6P/x4/wBiZ+v59/fpX9E+H/HG CyjApY+V2lHd3bbS83dO34n8LeM/hLjeKOIfY5fC0b9I2STa02tv92x7df8A7XmsaXD/AGdcaha2 v9j/APEv+w2N9n+0tHx/nPUV43qv7ZmoW9ndW+ni6urq89L7/I9j/Lnjy/42fBe38J6xpf8AZ9xd Wul3liPsNjrf/wCvp+J/WvlWYfZ5rrva4/P6/X/6wGRX6PhvEFZsr4BaW128u6t0PwjG+DmD4dlF Z4m5XSSV7tu2yWuvml8ra/an/CR/GP4gfC/4ofGG31j+zPAnw+vvCGna3qeqX5B1Dxh8Q9eU+HfA vh75cHxMV8PeJPF4AbcPAfhcsxCgBvneKX4keJzkSand23Tkf04/AHj+v6x+KvgPp/w/+EfwC+A+ oafdWup+FPC2j/GD4xWN9x/xd/4zaEPEn9g+Iun/ACJfwr/4V34P/wDCvryrxBD8IPBGo6Zb6vf2 2hXN0v2CzsQCdq5AyxwcDcQAeBuIGckV+T8ReKeYPGvL8BzN63tdu6Sb2108rK133P6D4I8AMlx2 WxzfNVHL8l93luopuTcbdE7tvrdnwInwr8cXv/HxcfZM9Pt3Tn+Xt3xj2qUfAfxxP0ufDl0ec/6c R356fhx/9ev02h8L6Pp02f7Q+1fbP+XH9e/r/n0PL/8ACH6hqmpfZv7H+y2v/P8A2Pvwf/rj8Otf m0vFTPE3eT0fW/kv0/Luz95wX0b+FaeCThaztyySV+W0f+C/1sfnv42+C/xH+H/hXS/GHiDR7W18 L+JL7WdPsr6yvtB1bGsDj/ioDx/wjPHUHB649a8fhuP8/wCfw7cjsa/V79oLVNP8D/DHVbf7Pa3V reWH/CP2NjfH/kJfoPWvyXht/wDP1/z6c+g6n9c4A4hx3EeC+vY/o0knffvrtbZa9L30P5z8WPD/ ACThDOXgcDmy2TaS66XTt1va190/No9Q8K+N7jw5e/aNO1C6tbrnF97c8/4+mOeK734r6roHi/Xd A1vSP9KubzwtpB1wYwRrOAD2B7Yxx/OvGbDT/wCvf8v8967PSrPP/wCr8/p9TyO+K/WcKsbjLYLH LRNNO19NFe+j18nbqz+dcVhsFg8Y8dHd3T1STvZbLbpr+HU1PCVvb/2l/Z9x/wAvh/s7/PB/L171 61p/2fUZjp1xb/8AE0/5B9jff9BH/qBd/pk+uOhFcHDZ/wCcent/Tt1GM16h/Z+oa5Z/Z9P0/wD0 r/kIf55HPt+NfY4TCWSS6fovztrr276r43NMXq+z06d+uu+nr36H1B+xP8QNR8H/ABu0vr0/s/8A 7Bv0PU+nt69DX6HftS/t+fEj4b/2p4P8D/8ACOap4o5/06+/z/LNflt4G1w+KNY8L6xxpfjzwsev Q+JMd/UeJyT34Yj1FJ+294P1D/hNtL+JFgPsv/CVaHpGoX1jwPpnt9eOa/MPErhpYx5Rj2ly6c11 00Wqtba++/ex73BHFjwbzfAJuLfLZX06arumtel/NanZfDf9pz4sfETxVdeGPiT4hOqaXr3/AE44 7n88fhXzT+2r8SPFGu/EDS9O1i3+yf2PY/8AHjY/p/k9P51fgzZ/2hr1pqGoawPC4/L8PT/PSvEf iv8ADT4oaHr39oeKNH8R3X9sf8eOuXw41Lrx+J9O1fl+WZDkuDzm6XS/az93fp6X9dev6gsXjZYJ Nt2bXm9bO299v61OD0O8uLjUrU8Y/l/9b+n0Nfpt8TvjBrGn/Cjwb4X/AOPq1OP9O/Hpz/UcV+ae if8AEjnNx/y9f5x3/L619BWv2e5+GlrrF/rHTXD+f6V72Z4S3w7dLWTtpbb5efY5MNfW99uvqVf+ E4g/59z+Tf40Vy/27wd70V5f1T+7L/yb/LzX3npXXdf1/wAOvvPr7wBp32jQPGX/AF49f84H8+n0 rU/s/wDdWvp+fGfSj4dXGbPxQO32H+v1/qfwrV833X8//r1+Q4mUtfefXq/73+S+4/0EyzKsLJ6q Mlpe6TX3u976f0zKv9D0/VIfs+oaPa3XbP2H3/LGfp/jxt/8Ivh/cQj/AIpfS/8A008fT/63X0r1 qG4/z/n9eOvYdaP+Pj/J6Z/POf8APp5izvH4NpXlbTrfW61v6L9NOnViOEMhxr/23Jo69Ulrey2t 53S/yPJdb+GfhfxRZ6Xo/wBn1TS/sf8Ax4/2He/oMn/IrzrVfgNp+P8AiT+L9Utf+w5Y9/6f4j8a +qYdKt7jv0HTj6+n5fp1qrNof77/AI+P8/147++cE17C4yzrT/hW6LR+XT9D5jFeDvCOMTtlFr2d 9kr2e1393lofG83wP8YfY/s/9seEtU/D+nH0/LrWX/wo/wAYafP9o/sf/wAAvoPz6/09a+5odD/r /L/P+eaSaz1C3/5cD+Yz+H49vX9en/iJOc6XtK3prt5dbfj63+ZX0f8AIPsz5e1mk1s/wu/wPi6/ 8D/2f/yGPC/qP+QHj6fyz1r598U6Xp+l6l9ntrfvn19+vb0r9aLAXFvxcc/55/x/nVq58N+H/EmT rGj+HNU/7Deh6Dq2P/1cfSvTwvimn/v+TptWT0T25Vf79bXWuzWp4WK+j3NO+A4kku2j/u2Tdu9r P5X6n5Q+G/DdxcWf9oXGoXWl/bP+PH7DffgD0x7969+0v9qb9pjTfhld/AHT/ixrlr8MDflj4VVV VeTkgeIAB4sVTngAAADgADA+wr/4R/D+4g+z2/g/w5aWv/Tj/b2k+nt6f4+teX3/AOzf8P8AUNRu tYt7fxZpd13+w65/xKfbnk8enT2zXqR414XzZNY3KFCWji0lo1blfRaXWqv37nl4nwo8Q8jd8pzm clvZt2kk1p1smkfp5N8ZPC3g/wD4I8aB+zvpHxQ8JeJ/iL4qsvsFj4Osb7QTq+m6x4i14eJPEeg8 HPAHqM4HPr43+2R/wUE8PeJf2cfgb8B9A0jWfHfinwcPB+ofEW91Sw/srSNGbw7oQH9geHjkf8JK MEktg4IwASRXwTYfAf8AsvWNUuNH8YXWmapeWJ0+xvtc0M/8S3v/AC46dPbrVm/Z/wDGHk/aLjxh 4c8UXVn/AMv19fa9/Tt346c9K4cNh+D8XjH9fzWNrykla3xKOj5WtFa8bW66NaHTic88UcpwawGB yeTatd2vtbW7V9U9euu5y8P7TGj3H2S31Dwfqlr/ANeF99fx/X6dK1LD4+eB7yb/AEj+1NMHP/H9 Y5/p+HcY9K5fxJ8BvixBDa6ho/ge51216m+0T+wdW5PQdD/T69M+DeJPB/jDwfefZ/EHg/xHpdr/ ANRzQ9e0nr0+mPXHqK1w/CnBWLbeCkr3STbXdK+6e3lq0jhn4reK+U/77k0nZLZSdlpvZXt3/wA7 3+59E+JnwnvJrX7R4wtbb/r+/wCJT/nn+ua+gtF8YfCfXNHutH0/4geHLr7Z/wAuNjreg/5P5mvx l1XS7e3vLW38+2/0z/iYZsc/17/54r2T4XfDPw/4os9TuPE9tdf6H/Y4sTY3/Ud+R2OcHt1H0MT4 d5L0zhK/nay3WnXVPvc78N4/cVW/4UMmkl10a7Xv/WnY/XzwHb+H/wCwdU0e51C1utLvP8+p/pz6 13ngDT/C/g+bVLe3t8Wl5+Xp9MfU9f1/Cn4qaHp/w/vNL/4Q/WPEf+mY/wCX79fz788Y61xun/Fj 4oaWf+Jf8QPFtr6/8Tz3xj/9R/pXl/8AENsa/wDkX5xe9tL77WWj9L6dL2Oj/iPOTXbx+TK/V8uq d431tfT8z9VP25/Eng648H2v9n6h/pQvv7P/ANO/z379D169K+Qf+Cf3wr8IfFT9prwvqHxJ0+7u vg38GLHWPj/8YrGy5OpfDf4dj/hI/wCwOen/AAmfioeHfBw9B4m45FfN3jH4h+MPG8NqPFOv3Wu/ Y/8Ajy+3c89fX/P4V9z6D458Qfs0fsK2uj+HP7NPjv8Abd8bnxh4p6H+zf2cP2d9ePhvw4OowPGv xWPiLOP+iaEgGv0XKMsxmU5G8Cn/AMLbVr62a7363WnpqfkOe8a4HibilY6UV/YcXFuLV2tY3Ti1 e/62T2Pobxh448UeKNe8UeMPEGsDVPE/jbXP+Eg8VX3/AFGPEX09vSuNv9L1jXD9n0+4/wCJXrH+ geONE+wj+yfEn+fXnIz2r4s0T9qjWNP/AOQx4XtdU/68b78ug6dT/TBr2/wN+3J4X0OH9/8ADfVP pYX3/wCr0/ya/K6/CXE+Gx316122779baJ9te179e39NZT4leH0ckhl7aWkdHsrcq2+Wl01v6H19 4b8D6jcTdrXr6dMf57fWvUNV0O38J2n09f8A9Xpk9PWvlWH9vj4XXn/IQ8P+LdL/AO3Hpj6env68 13n/AAuTwR448H6r448P6x/xIdBAOudc6bnv2/8A1V8/ieEs8hJP+yG7tXdr2u1d2t6/5H2mW+JH C2Iwz+o5zBWjonJWukvdbb11/rqfDP7XXic6p4q0vwf/ANAf/ioL7jr7+vYfy+vyrDZ/r/k8+369 O3G9ret3HizXtV8QXH/H1rt9nn8Bx3PbgflRZ2f+f588+v4dTzX9Y8D5D/ZGSwwTjaVldWtrZdLL fX8OjP8APrxQ4wXEfFGcY5NtJuMdXq4tK6+5bG9DZ/uev145z2/X9Rj2O9YW/wDn/I/L+verDpf2 jnv6cf5/r6+3UWGl/Z5jz/P17gdO/wD+uv1DL4pdPnbsv+GPxDF4q+rd/Pf+nbT/AIOhZsNPyf8A Rx/pX0//AFfj+Ve9fDq31e3/ALL1jT7D7XqvhW+/07Qzx/aXhDjPUknnIGMZxnrXBQi3t9HzzdXX /pt/U8f5z2rH8M3WsambrX7fUf7LurPgX/8An29PfmvcutFdeX4f5r70fJ4q+LTbTsmk/Wze3yut F+Kv9DTW+oXGvf2x4f0f/Rft39n/APE9/Dr/AJ/I19BaVrng/wAUaDpf/CYfZbq60f8A4qDQ+vUD /iotA7D9O3SvkvW9U8Ua5eap9n1A6Xan/hEPEB44H/EhH059f171VmuLi817VLfR7j7L/p3/AAkO h2PT/wDXz69f5eZxHhlm+A+pW1im01tayb76dun4nDlKeDxCx3S6WvrH1Wn5oP7Vt9Q8baZb/wDM L+wax9hvvX/I961PEnxc1jVPDeqeF9Q/4mmlWfT7d69f15/CvG/jNrn2mbS9Z0f/AIld19D7/Udf 19a42w1y4s7z/iYf8eusf8eN8eD1/wDrf49q/n6WV8kmndOLa1dtn5622P6Dy7M1KKad04rz7LVf meN6r/x+Xf2frz+ft+PXt6cV2X2z7T4Dtbfp/p2sfp3+nqe/HNVdV0/7Refz57+npn8h/Ku90P4V +MPFngo6h4f0f7Va6Pe/6d0/z/npXV9ZS3tZW1d/v9f1Opa6LW+i+ex89/Zvb/P/AH1RXsn/AAqP 4g/9Ctqn6f4UVosdhNNY9Okf7v8AmvuNfqNfs+nfy/4H3el/UfB/x4/sOz1T+2PC+qYvf+fH/Pbu epxnvXZWHx4+G9xN+/8A+Ej0vj/l+sc8/wCc/n25r4u1D/j7P4/1rbsev4D+Qr5vFcKZZZvllpqr adnbf7u3Tqfr+V+J3Ebt+8hvG+r1u7a6beR9vWHxc+H+of8AM0ZOPx/w/T0+td5YeKPC+oTf6Pcf 2pz/AI/5/TvX5bap/wCyj+tWdI6fj/U18dj8hwSurPR9l2b7+R+xZPx/nlVLmnHaPV9eVX2/r5s/ VSHUPD/T/Ss//r/HH+TxR/bmn282P7Yuv89P/wBX9a+Pvh7cXH/Pebt/y1fv1/ir1OH74+hr4nEY ChT1jHfXZdP+G/Lsfo+Az3G1fikley09E/66n0Z/wklv0/4+unrn/Psef0Nan/CYafb97r/PP4fl 17E1872PX8B/IVNedB9D/I14vs/P8P8Agn1mEqydn6PfZt+fnb7kj6Mh8YeF/X15/qf5fQ1qQ+MP B+P+Pj1/z+X+elfP9j/qfxH8hTdW/wCPW1+n9TXhgs5xaaXu6O3427H0Z/bnhf8A5+B+X/16T+3P C3/Hv/peP88Y/wDr++a+YNQ/1Vz9R/M1p+H/APl6/wA+lB0LOsW2k+XWy76bdUfQZt/D95/zEP8A D9P/AK/T353rC48P6fCOn+e/1Hf/APXXz7af8fg+p/mK7Sx/1P4j+QroOnnUkm4J3S3s+3dHrE2u eH/+nrj+n/1/y74NacPizT7fkavqnXpn6f56V5NY/wDHn+A/kKJf9Zd/Uf8AoVdSlJNNNq3mweX4 aW8Iu+94p/md5qtx8P8AXT/xUHg/wl4o7f8AE70PQf0/T29R1rBsPA/wAs/tX2fwAdM/tjp/Yd8d J4/z9MCqH/LP/P8AeqhN98/QV0LPsclZTdtPtPpt91j53FcIZFmDTr4KGrs7bvbW+mv/AAOxxvxR /Z7+D/jiz0v+z/FHjfwvdWfPT+1vT/PbjnoK+QvH/wCzPp/gezudZ/4WRa3WmWVkfmvtEII9uw45 IwOvfHT7bm6H6D+dfOn7Rv8AyTzVP+4R/wChV+gcJcV5m6saLkuVtJttt7R8vPbbReZ+Q8aeHHDG By3OKtHBpTjs9NHa9+/T/gnxt8P/AAvc/Ejxt4X+H/h/nVPG2uaN4fsf+5i4HP6YGeOMev0x+2Bq Os/En4zapqHhfQPEY+F/w+0Pwh8IPg79i3f8kg+Hegf8I34dPAP3sDxf9fEwzgYNcX+wZ/ycDa/9 k6+O/wD6of4kV9Bz/wDIO0z/AHT/ADNfrs8dWpq6s/zvp17a7f5n8yZZkWDblGz3f33etr289T4Y /s7+0NH1PUNQ8H6oT4WwL69GdJP9j8jp9PfFcbYf2f3x2z/9b26Y7Y68V+jHhH/kah9B/IVT8V6H ov2M/wDEn0vqP+Yfaeg/6Y1eHzGtUtdLWy7rVJ9v6vuYY3KYU78uIqqze2nWK7+Z8Ef8S3/OK7GG 3t9Ps7r/AEi6tftn5ZI9f8M1k39vB/wlNyPIhxkceWnp/u11v/Ll/n1r7TKkpRu0neKeqT6M+So1 p078spaNrdr5/iZFh/Z/bH9f/wBXrnnHWvRr/T9Pt7O1uD9fx69xj1/E9ug840nt/wAB/rXt2rf8 gfTPw/nX2eES00W36I+BzNtubfW9zN0T/SPtX+j/APHmf7Qvr7/D/Pp+PZWOt6Pfw22n/wDIL/tK x/5fuRnoOfQkY615h4K/5GvUv9zVf5023/1emfXVv/QWr1PavpdfN/1sfNYqmk1q+n4pP8tPxPUb DxvoEH2n7fbfZjpGuYvcc50fJGB2JJ6Y569+K5zSk0C0160uNPubvGoa3gZ6aiOuPoSe/civMP8A 5DrTt/8Aj28M/wDYbH/oa1zOq106rr3aXb+rGypxs0m1dO+qs7JOzVlpdXs2+na7+hta1uwtPAeq YnJOsDSLDjuPDmvZz9APEWenb3qt4G1vQNQ17S/7QuLvH9hke2R2/D19jivIbz/kT/8AuNat/wCg +GqvfDv/AJD9r/15t/Su5VJO2i1V+vl5+Z4zppYNq7um9dLWvpp999dfK2u78RbjT7jR9VuP+XWy 1z+z77gf/q//AFVl/Ciz0f8A4lf/AAkFt/aml/25/p1j/wDX+vXp/Wub8ef8ip4y/wCw3pH8jU3g j/kTv+30/wDstfi/GGmNdtN9tOqP1XhPXJlfX3Xvr9qJ6h8Zvhn4O8J2dr4o8L6hd/6Yf+PHH4/m egwa858H/FS4s/Eml/8ACL6jqml/2P8AnqX4+mPr6819QT/8gH/ty1f/ANBNfnj4D/5GsfUfzavj cOvaYPVvRrrrqk9/67n0WR647Xy/9LR9zf8ADRvxA/6DA/8AAA/4UV5dRS+q0vP+rf5fl21/RLLs v6/4Zfcf/9k= --=====================_6653947==_-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 06:41:53 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Vishvesh, Some of the more similar lines In TWL were cut at Pound's suggestion. They remain in the manuscript, though, at the beginning of "The Fire Sermon" section. Here's one section: "This ended, to the steaming bath she moves, Her tresses fanned by little flutt'ring Loves; Odours, confected by the cunning French, Disguise the good old female stench" (alt: "hearty female stench") This can be found on page 23 of THE WASTE LAND FACSIMILE. Of course, other than this "Fresca" section in TWL, there are other bits in his poetry, too. I'm assuming Jim would like to answer this, since the question is really directed to him. Jim? Cheers, Will --- Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > ' I see echoes of Swift in TSE's image of women: for > instance both of them were bothered by the fact that > women had bodily functions ' > > I remember a stanza from Swift that Lawrence quoted > often which went like this: > > 'but celia s***s...' (to rhyme with spits) > > Can't remember a similar kind of repulsion in Eliot > though ! Can you throw some light? > > > --- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > Hi Ken, -- It's been entertaining to see the > > brouhaha over the last decade over TSE, involving > as > > it did M. Hastings, Tom Paulin, Raine, et al. I > > think it was a salutary thing because it aired > > issues that had been lurking and needed to be > outed, > > including TSE's alleged misogyny. > > > > Speaking of which, I see echoes of Swift in TSE's > > image of women: for instance both of them were > > bothered by the fact that women had bodily > functions > > (Swift once mentioned "periodic filth," if I > recall > > correctly). Maybe Swift, like TSE, suffered from > > horror feminae? > > > > I think more needs to be done with TDE's links > with > > Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose > > couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- > Jim > > > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > > Ohio State University-Newark > > 1179 University Dr. > > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > > [log in to unmask] > > 740.366.9423 > > fax 740.366.5047 > > > > > > ________________________________ > > > > From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of > Ken > > Armstrong > > Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM > > To: [log in to unmask] > > Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) > > > > > > > > Jim, > > > > Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my > Sunday > > "free time" and went > > directly to the library to scope out his _In > Defence > > of T S Eliot_. Who > > could resist that title, at least on this list? > I'm > > not sure in what way he > > is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed > > rather measured and calm > > (and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon! > : > > ) -- but he does have > > the merits of being logical and factual to a > fault. > > Very enjoyable. And in > > the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed > dept., > > he's read my mind and > > better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on Salinger > > and _Catcher in the Rye_ > > shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. > Raine. > > > > Cheers, > > Ken A. > > > > At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: > > >Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious > > verse in her later years > > >(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you > > know if she is related > > >to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- Jim > > Loucks > > > > > > > > > > > __________________________________ > Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 > http://mail.yahoo.com > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 07:04:24 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: cr mittal <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: {{very OT}}RE: Echoes of Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-686278768-1126533864=:78809" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit --0-686278768-1126533864=:78809 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit With absolute humility, I underscore "the dynamics of poetry". Then a cloud passed, and the pool was empty. In these matters, though, one can only wonder if there ever can be a "Conclusion of all that / Is inconclusible". But we must continue to explore even if at the end of the day we find ourselves standing at the threshold of exploration. Regards. CR Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: // the dynamic (as opposed to the facts and conditions and technique) of the poetry.// --------------------------------- Yahoo! for Good Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. --0-686278768-1126533864=:78809 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
With absolute humility, I underscore "the dynamics of poetry".
 
Then a cloud passed, and the pool was empty.
 
In these matters, though, one can only wonder if there ever can be a
"Conclusion of all that / Is inconclusible". But we must continue to explore
even if at the end of the day we find ourselves standing at the threshold of
exploration.
 
Regards.
 
CR


Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
 // the dynamic (as opposed to the facts and conditions and
technique) of the poetry.//


Yahoo! for Good
Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. --0-686278768-1126533864=:78809-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 07:55:27 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: cr mittal <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: {{very OT}}RE: Echoes of Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-280060429-1126536927=:15375" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit --0-280060429-1126536927=:15375 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Carrol, I wonder if the destruction of the anagogical mind is a "positive achievement". It would perhaps be better to view the point in a wider perspective than to be depricative of either side. As Russell said, "I don't at all discard what belongs to mysticism, but I feel it is rather an inspiration and a refuge in great moments than a mood to live in while one has difficult work to do." Your other observation, "It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so have (and will) other modes." should be welcome. ~ CR Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Peter Montgomery wrote: > > > The anagogical mind is dead? One of the very few positive achievements of capitalism was bringing about this destruction. It is a mind that can only arise within the brutalities of the feudal world and its fixed (and seemingly visible) social hierarchy. It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so have (and will) other modes. Carrol --------------------------------- Yahoo! for Good Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. --0-280060429-1126536927=:15375 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
Carrol,
 
I wonder if the destruction of the anagogical mind is a "positive achievement".
It would perhaps be better to view the point in a wider perspective than to be depricative of either side. As Russell said, "I don't at all discard what belongs to mysticism, but I feel it is rather an inspiration and a refuge in great moments than a mood to live in while one has difficult work to do."  Your other observation, "It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so have (and will) other modes." should be welcome.
 
~ CR


Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Peter Montgomery wrote:
>
>
> The anagogical mind is dead?

One of the very few positive achievements of capitalism was bringing
about this destruction. It is a mind that can only arise within the
brutalities of the feudal world and its fixed (and seemingly visible)
social hierarchy.

It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so
have (and will) other modes.

Carrol


Yahoo! for Good
Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. --0-280060429-1126536927=:15375-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 10:56:14 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: revulsion--Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Disposition: inline Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Published: The sleek Brazilian jaguar Deos not in its aboreal gloom Distill so rank a feline smell As Grishkin in a drawing room. When the bridegroom smoothed his hair There was blood upon the bed. Morning was already late. Children singing in the orchard (Io Hymen, Hymene) Succuba eviscerate. Published in Facsimile: Leaving the bubbling beverage to cool, Fresca slips softly to the needful stool, Where the pathetic tale of Richardson Eases her labour until the deed is done. . . . Fresca! in other time or place had been A meek and lowly weeping Magdalene; More sinned against than sinning, bruised of marred, The lazy laughing Jenny of the bard. (The same eternal and consuming itch Can make a martyr or plain simple bitch); Or prudent sly domestic puss puss cat, Or Autumn's favourite in a furnished flat, Or strolling slattern in a tawdry gown, A doorstep dunged by every dog in town. [It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.] >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 9:23 AM >>> ' I see echoes of Swift in TSE's image of women: for instance both of them were bothered by the fact that women had bodily functions ' I remember a stanza from Swift that Lawrence quoted often which went like this: 'but celia s***s...' (to rhyme with spits) Can't remember a similar kind of repulsion in Eliot though ! Can you throw some light? --- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Hi Ken, -- It's been entertaining to see the > brouhaha over the last decade over TSE, involving as > it did M. Hastings, Tom Paulin, Raine, et al. I > think it was a salutary thing because it aired > issues that had been lurking and needed to be outed, > including TSE's alleged misogyny. > > Speaking of which, I see echoes of Swift in TSE's > image of women: for instance both of them were > bothered by the fact that women had bodily functions > (Swift once mentioned "periodic filth," if I recall > correctly). Maybe Swift, like TSE, suffered from > horror feminae? > > I think more needs to be done with TDE's links with > Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose > couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- Jim > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > > > ________________________________ > > From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Ken > Armstrong > Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM > To: [log in to unmask] > Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) > > > > Jim, > > Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my Sunday > "free time" and went > directly to the library to scope out his _In Defence > of T S Eliot_. Who > could resist that title, at least on this list? I'm > not sure in what way he > is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed > rather measured and calm > (and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon! : > ) -- but he does have > the merits of being logical and factual to a fault. > Very enjoyable. And in > the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed dept., > he's read my mind and > better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on Salinger > and _Catcher in the Rye_ > shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. Raine. > > Cheers, > Ken A. > > At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: > >Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious > verse in her later years > >(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you > know if she is related > >to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- Jim > Loucks > > > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 11:12:33 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: {{very OT}}RE: Echoes of Eliot Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline It is quite possible to acknowledge, as I do, that the experiences mystics describe occur and even that they bring kinds of knowledge and deep experience, without assuming that the only way to explain them is a god or to extrapolate from them a set of rules and formulae for life. Eliot objected to William James because he psychologized religion, but one can also argue that Eliot and others might well have made the psychological sacred. Certainly Eliot's own psychology was intensely present in his work and he knew well the language of the then-current psychological explanations for what he depicted. That he later turned to ritual (and that seems to have mattered deeply if not most to him) does not remove the earlier frameworks he used. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 10:55 AM >>> Carrol, I wonder if the destruction of the anagogical mind is a "positive achievement". It would perhaps be better to view the point in a wider perspective than to be depricative of either side. As Russell said, "I don't at all discard what belongs to mysticism, but I feel it is rather an inspiration and a refuge in great moments than a mood to live in while one has difficult work to do." Your other observation, "It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so have (and will) other modes." should be welcome. ~ CR Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Peter Montgomery wrote: > > > The anagogical mind is dead? One of the very few positive achievements of capitalism was bringing about this destruction. It is a mind that can only arise within the brutalities of the feudal world and its fixed (and seemingly visible) social hierarchy. It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so have (and will) other modes. Carrol --------------------------------- Yahoo! for Good Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 10:44:55 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: revulsion--Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Nancy Gish wrote: > > [clip] > Published in Facsimile: > > Leaving the bubbling beverage to cool, > Fresca slips softly to the needful stool, > Where the pathetic tale of Richardson > Eases her labour until the deed is done. > . . . > > Fresca! in other time or place had been > A meek and lowly weeping Magdalene; > More sinned against than sinning, bruised of marred, > The lazy laughing Jenny of the bard. > (The same eternal and consuming itch > Can make a martyr or plain simple bitch); > Or prudent sly domestic puss puss cat, > Or Autumn's favourite in a furnished flat, > Or strolling slattern in a tawdry gown, > A doorstep dunged by every dog in town. > > [It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.] [CLIP] The elimination of "this stuff" (a good label for it) makes Pound nearly co-author of the poem. Consider Pope's couplet, widely mocked, but even after several revisions stubbornly (and rightly) maintaining the contradiction in it: Some, to whom Heav'n in Wit has been profuse, Want as much more, to turn it to its use . . . . Pound added the needed wit to turn Eliot's (pretty gross) wit to its use! Has any critic ever speculated why Eliot chose "such stuff" for his effort at producing heroic couplets? Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 11:56:53 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Apologies: HOAX! Comments: To: [log in to unmask] Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed >Apologies to all. Turns out this is a HOAX. See link below. > >Missing Child: Penny Brown >Netlore Archive: Email 'Amber Alert' about missing child 'Penny Brown' is >a hoax > >http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/blmiss7.htm ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 09:28:21 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jennifer Formichelli <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: revulsion-- In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Dear Nancy, I know we've had this quibble before, but, in contrary to what you say this post (Revulsion) about Pound, "[It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.]" Pound did not, properly, remove anything from TWL. He gave Eliot suggestions, and Eliot himself decided what to alter and expunge; sometimes acting on Pound's advice, sometimes disregarding it. Yours, Jennifer ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 09:36:42 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jennifer Formichelli <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Criticism, authorship and the couplet, heroic; Was, Re: revulsion- In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Dear Carrol, As I stated to Nancy, I very much doubt your claim: > > The elimination of "this stuff" (a good label for > it) makes Pound nearly > co-author of the poem. Since Pound did not himself eliminate anything from TWL, this is quite exaggerated. He acted as editor, giving Eliot suggestions and advice; Eliot himself decided what to expunge, retain or alter. Many poems have been edited in this fashion (here we have the MS evidence, of course), but such criticism--when the author himself makes final decisions-- is not normally considered an authorial contribution. Regarding your other remark, > Has any critic ever speculated why Eliot chose "such > stuff" for his first > effort at producing heroic couplets? > TWL is not Eliot's first or only attempt at couplets. 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' has quite a few heroic--or rather, unheroic--couplets. Yours, Jennifer ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 13:08:07 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: revulsion-- Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Dear Jennifer, I think this is a Jamesian quibble. No one thinks Pound held a gun at Eliot's head and forced him to cut or die. We know he told him many parts should be cut, and Eliot accepted the editing. No one has to accept editing, true. But it was Pound who identified this to be cut. I don't care it you want to change the words because the facts are well known. A la James--it only makes a difference if it makes a difference, and it doesn't. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 12:28 PM >>> Dear Nancy, I know we've had this quibble before, but, in contrary to what you say this post (Revulsion) about Pound, "[It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.]" Pound did not, properly, remove anything from TWL. He gave Eliot suggestions, and Eliot himself decided what to alter and expunge; sometimes acting on Pound's advice, sometimes disregarding it. Yours, Jennifer ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 13:12:31 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Criticism, authorship and the couplet, heroic; Was, Re: revulsion- Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Dear Jennifer, As we both know, Eliot himself gave immense credit to Pound in shaping the poem, and many many scholars have seen it as a form of authorial contribution because of its great extent and its impact on how the poem has been read (as did Pound himself apparently, given his midwife role), so shifting to the passive voice is not an argument. Cheers, Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 12:36 PM >>> Dear Carrol, As I stated to Nancy, I very much doubt your claim: > > The elimination of "this stuff" (a good label for > it) makes Pound nearly > co-author of the poem. Since Pound did not himself eliminate anything from TWL, this is quite exaggerated. He acted as editor, giving Eliot suggestions and advice; Eliot himself decided what to expunge, retain or alter. Many poems have been edited in this fashion (here we have the MS evidence, of course), but such criticism--when the author himself makes final decisions-- is not normally considered an authorial contribution. Regarding your other remark, > Has any critic ever speculated why Eliot chose "such > stuff" for his first > effort at producing heroic couplets? > TWL is not Eliot's first or only attempt at couplets. 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' has quite a few heroic--or rather, unheroic--couplets. Yours, Jennifer ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 12:42:41 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Criticism, authorship and the couplet, heroic; Was, Re: revulsion- MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Jennifer Formichelli wrote: > > > Since Pound did not himself eliminate anything from > TWL, this is quite exaggerated. He acted as editor, > giving Eliot suggestions and advice; Eliot himself > decided what to expunge, retain or alter. Maybe. I'm not an "Eliot scholar," and have only a browsing acquaintance with the facsimile edition of TWL. Nevertheless, Pound _seems_ almost to have seen a poem that Eliot had not really, himself, seen. Your description would apply to the editing that Pound proposed on pages 45 & 47 of the facsimile, beginning with "The typist home at teatime." But the wholesale elision of the passages Nancy quotes reveals a _substance_ that (at least arguably) was simply not there until Pound discovered it. E.N. Hooker a half century ago pointed out that Pope's Essay emerged in part from his experiences with Wycherley, who first asked the young Pope to correct his verses, then reacted viciously when Pope tried to bring some order to them. "One glaring chaos and wild heap of wit" seems to me to describe the original typescript of TWL as well as it describes Wycherley's verses. It took quite an act of midwifery to discover the poem hidden in the heap. > Regarding your other remark, > > > Has any critic ever speculated why Eliot chose "such > > stuff" for his first > > effort at producing heroic couplets? > > > > TWL is not Eliot's first or only attempt at couplets. > 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' has quite a few > heroic--or rather, unheroic--couplets. Writing individual couplets (or two successive lines that rhyme) is one thing, writing verse paragraphs consisting of heroic couplets is, I think, qualitatively different. There is one fine couplet in the lines deleted from TWL: Not quite an adult, and still less a child, By fate misbred, by flattering friends beguiled . . . He just can't keep it up. The first line of this couplet is a bit limp, but the rhyme (noun/verb) and the balance around the caesura of the second line is almost of Popean caliber, and the alliteration in that line is quite powerful. Obviously, Eliot was able to see at once (as Wycherley was not) the power of the suggested changes -- but that is what co-authors do with each other's contributions and suggestions. Carrol > > Yours, Jennifer ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 13:00:30 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Vishvesh Obla wrote: > > ' I see echoes of Swift in TSE's image of women: for > instance both of them were bothered by the fact that > women had bodily functions ' > > I remember a stanza from Swift that Lawrence quoted > often which went like this: > > 'but celia s***s...' (to rhyme with spits) But, if you fail; my Spectre dread, Attending nightly round your Bed; And yet, I dare confide in you; So, take my Secret, and adieu. Nor, wonder how I lost my Wits: Oh! _Celia, Celia, Celia_, sh--. (Cassinus and Peter: A Tragical Essay) It is at least arguable (and has been argued) that Swift is _satirizing_ Cassinus. It can't be argued that Eliot is satirizing the persona that speaks the lines Nancy quotes. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 14:05:34 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Whose poem this is I think I know In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Dear Jennifer,
    I know you weren't at the TSE Society meeting in Gloucester.  Helen Vendler was quite vociferous, and I think, quite right, in taking on a claim someone made about Pound being E's collaborating author on TWL.  I don't know if she is in print on this, but I wish she were, since I've lost the details of what she said.
    Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem and who didn't.  I've yet to understand why it seems as if people discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work to other poets.

Best,
Marcia

Nancy Gish wrote:
[log in to unmask]" type="cite">
Dear Jennifer,

I think this is a Jamesian quibble.  No one thinks Pound held a gun at
Eliot's head and forced him to cut or die.  We know he told him many
parts should be cut, and Eliot accepted the editing.

No one has to accept editing, true.  But it was Pound who identified
this to be cut.
I don't care it you want to change the words because the facts are well
known.   A  la James--it only makes a difference if it makes a
difference, and it doesn't.
Nancy

  
[log in to unmask] 09/12/05 12:28 PM >>>
        
Dear Nancy, 

I know we've had this quibble before, but, in contrary
to what you say this post (Revulsion) about Pound, 

"[It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.]"

Pound did not, properly, remove anything from TWL. He
gave Eliot suggestions, and Eliot himself decided what
to alter and expunge; sometimes acting on Pound's
advice, sometimes disregarding it. 

Yours, Jennifer 


  

========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 14:45:06 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Boundary_(ID_pf0Dw/7aoI9x4LD704bC3A)" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. --Boundary_(ID_pf0Dw/7aoI9x4LD704bC3A) Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT I assume Vendler came down on the side that says TSE retained autonomy/authority in the face of EP's vigorous editing. I'd love to see notes on what she actually said. You're absolutely right about the tradition of poets showing their work to other poets The Renaissance and 17th C. poets circulated their poetry Mss. among their peers. Donne's unpublished poetry was known in certain circles; the 1890s Rhymers Club met and recited poetry-in-progress;. Lowell and E. Bishop talked poetry in their letters, etc... TSE was very receptive to "editing" from directors and actors when he staged his plays, by the way. That did not imply undue deference or complaisance on his part: his only aim was to emerge with a better work of art. -- Jim James Loucks, Ph.D. Ohio State University-Newark 1179 University Dr. Newark, OH 43055-1797 [log in to unmask] 740.366.9423 fax 740.366.5047 ________________________________ From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp Sent: Mon 12-Sep-05 2:05 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Whose poem this is I think I know Dear Jennifer, I know you weren't at the TSE Society meeting in Gloucester. Helen Vendler was quite vociferous, and I think, quite right, in taking on a claim someone made about Pound being E's collaborating author on TWL. I don't know if she is in print on this, but I wish she were, since I've lost the details of what she said. Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem and who didn't. I've yet to understand why it seems as if people discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work to other poets. Best, Marcia Nancy Gish wrote: Dear Jennifer, I think this is a Jamesian quibble. No one thinks Pound held a gun at Eliot's head and forced him to cut or die. We know he told him many parts should be cut, and Eliot accepted the editing. No one has to accept editing, true. But it was Pound who identified this to be cut. I don't care it you want to change the words because the facts are well known. A la James--it only makes a difference if it makes a difference, and it doesn't. Nancy [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 12:28 PM >>> Dear Nancy, I know we've had this quibble before, but, in contrary to what you say this post (Revulsion) about Pound, "[It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.]" Pound did not, properly, remove anything from TWL. He gave Eliot suggestions, and Eliot himself decided what to alter and expunge; sometimes acting on Pound's advice, sometimes disregarding it. Yours, Jennifer --Boundary_(ID_pf0Dw/7aoI9x4LD704bC3A) Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT
I assume Vendler came down on the side that says TSE retained autonomy/authority in the face of EP's vigorous editing. I'd love to see notes on what she actually said.
 
You're absolutely right about the tradition of poets showing their work to other poets The Renaissance and 17th C. poets circulated their poetry Mss. among their peers. Donne's unpublished poetry was known in certain circles; the 1890s Rhymers Club met and recited poetry-in-progress;. Lowell and E. Bishop talked poetry in their letters, etc...
 
TSE was very receptive to "editing" from directors and actors when he staged his plays, by the way. That did not imply undue deference or complaisance on his part: his only aim was to emerge with a better work of art.  --  Jim
 
James Loucks, Ph.D.
Ohio State University-Newark
1179 University Dr.
Newark, OH 43055-1797
[log in to unmask]
740.366.9423
fax 740.366.5047
 


From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp
Sent: Mon 12-Sep-05 2:05 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Whose poem this is I think I know

Dear Jennifer,
    I know you weren't at the TSE Society meeting in Gloucester.  Helen Vendler was quite vociferous, and I think, quite right, in taking on a claim someone made about Pound being E's collaborating author on TWL.  I don't know if she is in print on this, but I wish she were, since I've lost the details of what she said.
    Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem and who didn't.  I've yet to understand why it seems as if people discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work to other poets.

Best,
Marcia

Nancy Gish wrote:
Dear Jennifer,

I think this is a Jamesian quibble.  No one thinks Pound held a gun at
Eliot's head and forced him to cut or die.  We know he told him many
parts should be cut, and Eliot accepted the editing.

No one has to accept editing, true.  But it was Pound who identified
this to be cut.
I don't care it you want to change the words because the facts are well
known.   A  la James--it only makes a difference if it makes a
difference, and it doesn't.
Nancy

  
[log in to unmask] 09/12/05 12:28 PM >>>
        
Dear Nancy, 

I know we've had this quibble before, but, in contrary
to what you say this post (Revulsion) about Pound, 

"[It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.]"

Pound did not, properly, remove anything from TWL. He
gave Eliot suggestions, and Eliot himself decided what
to alter and expunge; sometimes acting on Pound's
advice, sometimes disregarding it. 

Yours, Jennifer 


  

--Boundary_(ID_pf0Dw/7aoI9x4LD704bC3A)-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 13:45:47 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > Marcia Karp wrote: > > Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem and who didn't. I've yet to understand why it seems as if people discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work to other poets. It's not "Eliot in general" that is the focus. It is one particular poem, which underwent radical surgery, resulting in a poem which, thanks to Eliot accepting that surgery, is a different poem, not just a more polished or precise poem, from the original. I doubt that anyone would say the same about 4Q even if we had available all the "general criticism and specific suggestions" for which Eliot acknowledges "a particular debt to Mr. John Hayward." Probably most poets do look for and accept such help. Does the help Pound gave to TWL go beyond that? Some of us believe so. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 15:00:07 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Boundary_(ID_zJJv6VOnnzfLrzrT4/oJsQ)" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. --Boundary_(ID_zJJv6VOnnzfLrzrT4/oJsQ) Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT I think Pound and Hayward were very different "cats" in TSE's menagerie, partly because they emerged in quite different phases of TSE's life. Pound was a true poet, an inspired, far-seeing collaborator who knew dross from gold, while Hayward played the (bullying?) pedant. As one can see from TSE's deference to the superior scholarship of Mario Praz (mid-1920s) concerning points about Dante and his circle in the Clark Lectures, TSE felt vulnerable in matters of in-depth scholarship, and Hayward (in the latter 1930s and early 1940s) probably sensed that when advising TSE on the 4Q. -- Jim James Loucks, Ph.D. Ohio State University-Newark 1179 University Dr. Newark, OH 43055-1797 [log in to unmask] 740.366.9423 fax 740.366.5047 ________________________________ From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Carrol Cox Sent: Mon 12-Sep-05 2:45 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know > Marcia Karp wrote: > > Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem and who didn't. I've yet to understand why it seems as if people discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work to other poets. It's not "Eliot in general" that is the focus. It is one particular poem, which underwent radical surgery, resulting in a poem which, thanks to Eliot accepting that surgery, is a different poem, not just a more polished or precise poem, from the original. I doubt that anyone would say the same about 4Q even if we had available all the "general criticism and specific suggestions" for which Eliot acknowledges "a particular debt to Mr. John Hayward." Probably most poets do look for and accept such help. Does the help Pound gave to TWL go beyond that? Some of us believe so. Carrol --Boundary_(ID_zJJv6VOnnzfLrzrT4/oJsQ) Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT Re: Whose poem this is I think I know
I think Pound and Hayward were very different "cats" in TSE's menagerie, partly because they emerged in quite different phases of TSE's life. Pound was a true poet, an inspired, far-seeing collaborator who knew dross from gold,  while Hayward played the (bullying?) pedant. As one can see from TSE's deference to the superior scholarship of Mario Praz (mid-1920s) concerning points about Dante and his circle in the Clark Lectures, TSE felt vulnerable in matters of in-depth scholarship, and Hayward (in the latter 1930s and early 1940s) probably sensed that when advising TSE on the 4Q.  --  Jim
 
James Loucks, Ph.D.
Ohio State University-Newark
1179 University Dr.
Newark, OH 43055-1797
[log in to unmask]
740.366.9423
fax 740.366.5047
 


From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Carrol Cox
Sent: Mon 12-Sep-05 2:45 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know

> Marcia Karp wrote:
>
>     Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem and who didn't.  I've yet to understand why it seems as if people discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work to other poets.

It's not "Eliot in general" that is the focus. It is one particular
poem, which underwent radical surgery, resulting in a poem which, thanks
to Eliot accepting that surgery, is a different poem, not just a more
polished or precise poem, from the original.

I doubt that anyone would say the same about 4Q even if we had available
all the "general criticism and specific suggestions" for which Eliot
acknowledges "a particular debt to Mr. John Hayward." Probably most
poets do look for and accept such help. Does the help Pound gave to TWL
go beyond that? Some of us believe so.

Carrol

--Boundary_(ID_zJJv6VOnnzfLrzrT4/oJsQ)-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 14:29:21 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > "Loucks, James" wrote: > > I think Pound and Hayward were very different "cats" in TSE's > menagerie, partly because they emerged in quite different phases of > TSE's life. My only point in referencing Hayward was to illustrate the kind of 'help' that probably most poets look for from friends (or even enemies, as Pope notes*), and which certainly do not make the friend a co-author. This does not establish that Pound _is_ a co-author, but it does differentiate the TWL case as not merely an instance of a general practice. Consider a hypothetical case. Supposedly, Pound reduced _In a Station in the Metro_ from an original draft of sixteen lines to the present two lines. Suppose that it had not been Pound himself but Eliot (or Yeats) that had done most of the cutting? _Then_ we would have had a better parallel to what Pound did for TWL but which (I assume) Hayward did NOT do for 4Q. (Or which Donne's friends did not do for his mss.) In reference to Marcia's subject line. It's Eliot's poem -- but I don't think Eliot's poem came fully into existence until Pound discovered it. Eliot himself had not quite realized what he had wrought. That is different from other forms of help given by one poet to another. Carrol *I forget now which passages in which poems, but some of Pope's revisions in his poems were in response to criticisms written by enemies. ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 15:35:31 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Tom Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset=iso-8859-1; reply-type=original Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT If an architect designs a building with the help of a noted structural engineer and a number of assistants, is it his work or the work of the team. Usually the architect is given credit. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Carrol Cox" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 3:29 PM Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know >> "Loucks, James" wrote: >> >> I think Pound and Hayward were very different "cats" in TSE's >> menagerie, partly because they emerged in quite different phases of >> TSE's life. > > My only point in referencing Hayward was to illustrate the kind of > 'help' that probably most poets look for from friends (or even enemies, > as Pope notes*), and which certainly do not make the friend a co-author. > This does not establish that Pound _is_ a co-author, but it does > differentiate the TWL case as not merely an instance of a general > practice. > > Consider a hypothetical case. Supposedly, Pound reduced _In a Station in > the Metro_ from an original draft of sixteen lines to the present two > lines. Suppose that it had not been Pound himself but Eliot (or Yeats) > that had done most of the cutting? _Then_ we would have had a better > parallel to what Pound did for TWL but which (I assume) Hayward did NOT > do for 4Q. (Or which Donne's friends did not do for his mss.) > > In reference to Marcia's subject line. It's Eliot's poem -- but I don't > think Eliot's poem came fully into existence until Pound discovered it. > Eliot himself had not quite realized what he had wrought. That is > different from other forms of help given by one poet to another. > > Carrol > > *I forget now which passages in which poems, but some of Pope's > revisions in his poems were in response to criticisms written by > enemies. > ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 15:29:12 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Tom Gray wrote: > > If an architect designs a building with the help of a noted structural > engineer and a number of assistants, is it his work or the work of the team. > Usually the architect is given credit. > Can anyone on this list explain how Chartres cathedral got designed? The planning of open spaces for the windows would have been an empty gesture without the glassmakers who could fill them in with stained glass which 'fit' the light which the plan of the building had to allow for. . . . Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 17:24:19 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Tom Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset=iso-8859-1; reply-type=original Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT I suppose that this would be the same as comparing a traditional folk tune to a piece by Mozart. One has a specific creator and one doesn't. Cathedrals today have signature architects; Chartres did not. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Carrol Cox" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 4:29 PM Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know > Tom Gray wrote: >> >> If an architect designs a building with the help of a noted structural >> engineer and a number of assistants, is it his work or the work of the >> team. >> Usually the architect is given credit. >> > > Can anyone on this list explain how Chartres cathedral got designed? The > planning of open spaces for the windows would have been an empty gesture > without the glassmakers who could fill them in with stained glass which > 'fit' the light which the plan of the building had to allow for. . . . > > Carrol > ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 20:12:27 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Do you not think this is a faulty analogy? Engineers and assistants do not fundamentally redesign the building. I do not understand the angst about this as Eliot and Pound seemed quite clear on it. Eliot wanted Pound's collaboration to be known and acknowledged it. So it still seems to me just a semantic argument. It depends what is meant by being the "author." And that is not simple or universally agreed on. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 3:35 PM >>> If an architect designs a building with the help of a noted structural engineer and a number of assistants, is it his work or the work of the team. Usually the architect is given credit. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Carrol Cox" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Monday, September 12, 2005 3:29 PM Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know >> "Loucks, James" wrote: >> >> I think Pound and Hayward were very different "cats" in TSE's >> menagerie, partly because they emerged in quite different phases of >> TSE's life. > > My only point in referencing Hayward was to illustrate the kind of > 'help' that probably most poets look for from friends (or even enemies, > as Pope notes*), and which certainly do not make the friend a co-author. > This does not establish that Pound _is_ a co-author, but it does > differentiate the TWL case as not merely an instance of a general > practice. > > Consider a hypothetical case. Supposedly, Pound reduced _In a Station in > the Metro_ from an original draft of sixteen lines to the present two > lines. Suppose that it had not been Pound himself but Eliot (or Yeats) > that had done most of the cutting? _Then_ we would have had a better > parallel to what Pound did for TWL but which (I assume) Hayward did NOT > do for 4Q. (Or which Donne's friends did not do for his mss.) > > In reference to Marcia's subject line. It's Eliot's poem -- but I don't > think Eliot's poem came fully into existence until Pound discovered it. > Eliot himself had not quite realized what he had wrought. That is > different from other forms of help given by one poet to another. > > Carrol > > *I forget now which passages in which poems, but some of Pope's > revisions in his poems were in response to criticisms written by > enemies. > ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 19:33:47 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Nancy Gish wrote: > > [clip] > So it still seems to me just a semantic argument. It depends what is > meant by being the "author." And that is not simple or universally > agreed on. [clip] I'm not too familiar with the history of film criticism & theory, but I believe the French critics came up with a theory of the _auteur_ (director) as _the_ artist of a film, but that it's fairly widely acknowledged now that there is no one directing will in a film, that it is truly a collective authorship. I would assume this was the case with much, perhaps most, architecture in the past, and that in practice many buildings today (even if they are 'signed' by one architect) are better seen as collective enterprises. Some buildings exist _only_ in the architect's drawing and were never intended to be built. If they were built, those plans would probably be changed in the process, and that would not be solely on the basis of the architect's 'vision.' And some 18th c. music, I believe, was a collaboration of composer and performer, since certain parts of the composition were up to the performer to flesh out. So "author" is ceratinly not a universally agreed on or simple concept. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 21:26:50 EDT Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Kate Troy <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="-----------------------------1126574810" -------------------------------1126574810 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit I, for one, still find Kathleen Raine more interesting than Craig Raine. Love Poem Yours is the face that the earth turns to me, Continuous beyond its human features lie The mountain forms that rest against the sky. With your eyes, the reflecting rainbow, the sun's light Sees me; forest and flower, bird and beast Know and hold me forever in the world's thought, Creation's deep untroubled retrospect. When your hand touches mine it is the earth That takes me--the green grass, And rocks and rivers; the green graves, And children still unborn, and ancestors, In love passed down from hand to hand from God. Your love comes from the creation of the world, From those paternal fingers, streaming through the clouds That break with light surface of the sea. Here, where I trace your body with my hand, Love's presence has no end; For these, your arms that hold me, are the world's. In us, the continents, clouds and oceans meet Our arbitrary selves, extensive with the night, Lost, in the heart's worship, and the body's sleep. -------------------------------1126574810 Content-Type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
I, for one, still find Kathleen Raine more interesti= ng=20 than Craig Raine.
 
Love Poem

Yours is the face that the earth turns to me,
Continuous beyond its= =20 human features lie
The mountain forms that rest against the sky.
With=20= your=20 eyes, the reflecting rainbow, the sun's light
Sees me; forest and flower,= =20 bird and beast
Know and hold me forever in the world's thought,
Creati= on's=20 deep untroubled retrospect.=20

When your hand touches mine it is the earth
That takes me--the green=20 grass,
And rocks and rivers; the green graves,
And children still unbo= rn,=20 and ancestors,
In love passed down from hand to hand from God.
Your l= ove=20 comes from the creation of the world,
From those paternal fingers, stream= ing=20 through the clouds
That break with light surface of the sea.=20

Here, where I trace your body with my hand,
Love's presence has no=20 end;
For these, your arms that hold me, are the world's.
In us, the=20 continents, clouds and oceans meet
Our arbitrary selves, extensive with t= he=20 night,
Lost, in the heart's worship, and the body's=20 sleep.

-------------------------------1126574810-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 19:28:55 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Apologies: HOAX! In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed I'm glad. What a beautiful child in the photograph. Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: >> Apologies to all. Turns out this is a HOAX. See link below. >> >> Missing Child: Penny Brown >> Netlore Archive: Email 'Amber Alert' about missing child 'Penny >> Brown' is a hoax >> >> http://urbanlegends.about.com/library/blmiss7.htm > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 19:45:07 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=------------030703000206030902090905 --------------030703000206030902090905 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Carrol Cox wrote: >Consider a hypothetical case. Supposedly, Pound reduced _In a Station in >the Metro_ from an original draft of sixteen lines to the present two >lines. Suppose that it had not been Pound himself but Eliot (or Yeats) >that had done most of the cutting? _Then_ we would have had a better >parallel to what Pound did for TWL but which (I assume) Hayward did NOT >do for 4Q. (Or which Donne's friends did not do for his mss.) > > > It was 30 lines and a VERy complex process, it would seem. See the attached. P. --------------030703000206030902090905 Content-Type: text/plain; name="Image Poetry.txt" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline; filename="Image Poetry.txt" Pound on Image-oriented Poetry The image has been defined as " that which presents an intellectual and emotional complex in an instant of time."(86n) Three years ago in Paris I got out of a " metro " train at La Concorde, and saw suddenly a beautiful face, and then another and another, and then a beautiful child's face, and then another beautiful woman, and I tried all that day to find words for what this had meant to me, and I could not find any words that seemed to me worthy, or as lovely as that sudden emotion, And that evening, as I went home along the Rue Raynouard, I was still trying and I found suddenly, the expression. I do not mean that I found words, but there came an equation . . . not in speech, but in little splotches of colour. It was just that -- a " pattern," or hardly a pattern, if by "pattern" you mean something with a "repeat" in it. But it was a word, the beginning, for me, of a language in colour. I do not mean that I was unfamiliar with the kindergarten stories about colours being like tones in music. I think that sort of thing is nonsense. If you try to make notes permanently correspond with particular colours, it is like tying narrow meanings to symbols. That evening, in the Rue Raynouard, I realized quite vividly that if I were a painter, or if I had, often, that kind of emotion, or even if I had the energy to get paints and brushes and keep at it, I might found a new school of painting, of "non-representative" painting, a painting that would speak only by arrangements in colour. ................................................................................ Any mind that is worth calling a mind must have needs beyond the existing categories of language, just as a painter must have pigments or shades more numerous than the existing names of the colours. Perhaps this is enough to explain the words in my [article] "Vortex ": "Every concept, every emotion, presents itself to the vivid consciousness in some primary form. It belongs to the art of this form." That is to say, my experience in Paris should have gone into paint. If instead of colour I had perceived sound or planes in relation, I should have expressed it in music or in sculpture. Colour was, in that instance, the "primary pigment"; I mean that it was the first adequate equation that came into consciousness.... ............................................................................ ...All poetic language is the language of exploration. Since the beginning of bad writing, writers have used images as ornaments. The point of Imagisme is that it does not use images as ornaments. The image is itself the speech. The image is the word beyond formulated language. ........................................................................... One is tired of ornamentations, they are all a trick, and any sharp person can learn them. The Japanese have had the sense of exploration. They have understood the beauty of this sort of knowing. A Chinaman said long ago that if a man can't say what he has to say in twelve lines he had better keep quiet. The Japanese have evolved the still shorter form of the hokku. "The fallen blossom flies back to its branch: A butterfly." That is the substance of a very well-known hokku. Victor Plarr tells me that once, when he was walking over snow with a Japanese naval officer, they came to a place where a cat had crossed the path, and the officer said, "Stop, I am making a poem." Which poem was, roughly, as follows: "The footsteps of the cat upon the snow: (are like) plum-blossoms." The words " are like " would not occur in the original, but I add them for clarity. The "one image poem" is a form of super-position, that is to say, it is one idea set on top of another. I found it useful in getting out of the impasse in which I had been left by my metro emotion. I wrote a thirty-line poem, and destroyed it because it was what we call work "of second intensity." Six months later I made a poem half that length; a year later I made the following hokku-like sentence: "The apparition of these faces in the crowd: Petals, on a wet, black bough." I dare say it is meaningless unless one has drifted into a certain vein of thought. In a poem of this sort one is trying to record the precise instant when a thing outward and objective transforms itself,, or darts into a thing inward and subjective. from Pound, Ezra. "Vorticism." Gaudier-Brzeska: A Memoir. London: Marvell, 1960: 86-89. --------------030703000206030902090905 Content-Type: text/plain; x-avg=cert; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Disposition: inline Content-Description: "AVG certification" No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 --------------030703000206030902090905-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 19:52:37 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed For the answer to your question you should check out: http://www.janson.com/videos/art/chartres.html which shows how the measurements were done and The virtual Chartres: http://www.ithaca.edu/chartres/newsplash.html Living anagogy. BTW, the architect (s) and other crafters involved chose to remain annonymous, apparently the only such instance in gothic architecture. P. Carrol Cox wrote: >Tom Gray wrote: > > >>If an architect designs a building with the help of a noted structural >>engineer and a number of assistants, is it his work or the work of the team. >>Usually the architect is given credit. >> >> >> > >Can anyone on this list explain how Chartres cathedral got designed? The >planning of open spaces for the windows would have been an empty gesture >without the glassmakers who could fill them in with stained glass which >'fit' the light which the plan of the building had to allow for. . . . > >Carrol > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 19:59:00 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed I'm with you, Marcia. I sense yet another conspiracy to downplay Eliot's contribution/importance to modern poetry. If Pound had contributed some actual verse, I believe the other side might have a case. As it is, it is amusing to see the other side make a case for McLuhan's adage that the medium IS the message. If Pound was a co-authout, then so was Viv, but I don't see anyone making a case for her. Alas poor Lady of Shallott. No one can see her, even when it's to their advantage. Her support for what should remain was as important as for what should be excised. Cheers, Peter Marcia Karp wrote: > Dear Jennifer, > I know you weren't at the TSE Society meeting in Gloucester. > Helen Vendler was quite vociferous, and I think, quite right, in > taking on a claim someone made about Pound being E's collaborating > author on TWL. I don't know if she is in print on this, but I wish > she were, since I've lost the details of what she said. > Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem > and who didn't. I've yet to understand why it seems as if people > discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work > to other poets. > > Best, > Marcia > > Nancy Gish wrote: > >>Dear Jennifer, >> >>I think this is a Jamesian quibble. No one thinks Pound held a gun at >>Eliot's head and forced him to cut or die. We know he told him many >>parts should be cut, and Eliot accepted the editing. >> >>No one has to accept editing, true. But it was Pound who identified >>this to be cut. >>I don't care it you want to change the words because the facts are well >>known. A la James--it only makes a difference if it makes a >>difference, and it doesn't. >>Nancy >> >> >> >>>>>[log in to unmask] 09/12/05 12:28 PM >>> >>>>> >>>>> >>Dear Nancy, >> >>I know we've had this quibble before, but, in contrary >>to what you say this post (Revulsion) about Pound, >> >>"[It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.]" >> >>Pound did not, properly, remove anything from TWL. He >>gave Eliot suggestions, and Eliot himself decided what >>to alter and expunge; sometimes acting on Pound's >>advice, sometimes disregarding it. >> >>Yours, Jennifer >> >> >> >> > >------------------------------------------------------------------------ > >No virus found in this incoming message. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/92 - Release Date: 9/7/2005 > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 20:00:40 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Given Eliot's intense interest in Dryden, it only makes sense. I wonder if religion played a role here. Peter Will Gray wrote: >Completely agreed here, Jim. >I gave a paper at the TS Eliot society a couple years >ago that talked a little about Eliot's relationship to >Pope. When doing research for the paper, I realized >the dearth of scholarship on that century and Eliot. A >great need, indeed. > >Best wishes, >Will > >--- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > >>I think more needs to be done with TDE's links with >>Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose >>couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- Jim >> >>James Loucks, Ph.D. >>Ohio State University-Newark >>1179 University Dr. >>Newark, OH 43055-1797 >>[log in to unmask] >>740.366.9423 >>fax 740.366.5047 >> >> >>________________________________ >> >>From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Ken >>Armstrong >>Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM >>To: [log in to unmask] >>Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) >> >> >> >>Jim, >> >>Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my Sunday >>"free time" and went >>directly to the library to scope out his _In Defence >>of T S Eliot_. Who >>could resist that title, at least on this list? I'm >>not sure in what way he >>is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed >>rather measured and calm >>(and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon! : >>) -- but he does have >>the merits of being logical and factual to a fault. >>Very enjoyable. And in >>the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed dept., >>he's read my mind and >>better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on Salinger >>and _Catcher in the Rye_ >>shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. Raine. >> >>Cheers, >>Ken A. >> >>At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: >> >> >>>Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious >>> >>> >>verse in her later years >> >> >>>(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you >>> >>> >>know if she is related >> >> >>>to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- Jim >>> >>> >>Loucks >> >> >> >> >> > > > > >__________________________________ >Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 >http://mail.yahoo.com > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 20:01:32 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: {{very OT}}RE: Echoes of Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Boy are you in for a surprise. P. Carrol Cox wrote: >Peter Montgomery wrote: > > >>The anagogical mind is dead? >> >> > >One of the very few positive achievements of capitalism was bringing >about this destruction. It is a mind that can only arise within the >brutalities of the feudal world and its fixed (and seemingly visible) >social hierarchy. > >It is true that anagogical modes of thought produced great art. But so >have (and will) other modes. > >Carrol > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 23:09:36 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: George Carless <[log in to unmask]> Organization: (antichri.st) Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Disposition: inline On Mon, Sep 12, 2005 at 07:59:00PM -0700, Peter Montgomery wrote: > I'm with you, Marcia. I sense yet another conspiracy to downplay Eliot's > contribution/importance to modern poetry. A "conspiracy", no less? "The other side"? In Peter's apparent paranoia, he as usual finds an argument where none really exists. Peter, what is it of Nancy's quite sensible response, about this being a semantic argument, that so sticks in your craw? Does the suggestion that Eliot might have been assisted by "il miglior fabbro" offend the apotheosis you would grant him? --George ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 23:50:09 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: What "author" this is I think I am not sure Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline This discussion is not about "sides" or conspiracies against Eliot's importance or anything so trivial and silly. It is about the meaning of the words "author" or "writer." No one disagrees on what happened--we have all read the material on the composition of the poem. The question is about what that means for the relation of a creator of words on the page and a sense of ownership. It is a large, complex issue and not anything so simple as "sides." It is counterproductive to any real insight to set up the discussion as a competition of praise vs. derogation--no mattter how amused it makes anyone to mock. In any case, it becomes increasingly clear that we are not talking about the same thing at all but conducting parallel monologues. If one thinks this is about affirming Eliot's importance and protecting him from conspiracies (a sad waste of time, as his work stands on its own)--or if one thinks it is about sacralizing Eliot, then there is no point in addressing the questions of meaning and author. And vice versa. But I am at a loss as to why anyone can imagine that people spend their lives writing about someone they are conspiring to reduce. There are very different ways to affirm importance, and they are not limited to constant praise or idealizing or protecting. The desire to study and understand is the most serious way to acknowledge importance, and it does not depend on withholding critique--quite the contrary. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 10:59 PM >>> I'm with you, Marcia. I sense yet another conspiracy to downplay Eliot's contribution/importance to modern poetry. If Pound had contributed some actual verse, I believe the other side might have a case. As it is, it is amusing to see the other side make a case for McLuhan's adage that the medium IS the message. If Pound was a co-authout, then so was Viv, but I don't see anyone making a case for her. Alas poor Lady of Shallott. No one can see her, even when it's to their advantage. Her support for what should remain was as important as for what should be excised. Cheers, Peter Marcia Karp wrote: > Dear Jennifer, > I know you weren't at the TSE Society meeting in Gloucester. > Helen Vendler was quite vociferous, and I think, quite right, in > taking on a claim someone made about Pound being E's collaborating > author on TWL. I don't know if she is in print on this, but I wish > she were, since I've lost the details of what she said. > Like you, I believe there is a difference between wrote the poem > and who didn't. I've yet to understand why it seems as if people > discuss Eliot as if he is strange in being a poet who showed his work > to other poets. > > Best, > Marcia > > Nancy Gish wrote: > >>Dear Jennifer, >> >>I think this is a Jamesian quibble. No one thinks Pound held a gun at >>Eliot's head and forced him to cut or die. We know he told him many >>parts should be cut, and Eliot accepted the editing. >> >>No one has to accept editing, true. But it was Pound who identified >>this to be cut. >>I don't care it you want to change the words because the facts are well >>known. A la James--it only makes a difference if it makes a >>difference, and it doesn't. >>Nancy >> >> >> >>>>>[log in to unmask] 09/12/05 12:28 PM >>> >>>>> >>>>> >>Dear Nancy, >> >>I know we've had this quibble before, but, in contrary >>to what you say this post (Revulsion) about Pound, >> >>"[It was Pound who removed this stuff from TWL.]" >> >>Pound did not, properly, remove anything from TWL. He >>gave Eliot suggestions, and Eliot himself decided what >>to alter and expunge; sometimes acting on Pound's >>advice, sometimes disregarding it. >> >>Yours, Jennifer >> >> >> >> > >------------------------------------------------------------------------ > >No virus found in this incoming message. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/92 - Release Date: 9/7/2005 > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 23:41:39 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Nancy Gish wrote: > > >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 10:59 PM >>> > If Pound was a co-authout, then so was Viv, but I don't see anyone > making a case for her. Pish. Her contributions were exactly of the sort Marcia speaks of -- the kind of comment, criticism, help which many -- probably almost all -- poets frequently ask friends or colleagues to offer. And it certainly is not about demeaning Eliot; on the contrary, his ability to grasp and affirm the poem that Pound had discovered & extracted from the typescript is quite remarkable. Whatever else one might say of him, positive or negative, he at that time at least was free of the whimsicalities of those who now, as Nancy puts it, want to sacralize him. He's just a poet, not an oracle. And a quite interesting one. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 01:05:08 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Peter wrote that, not me. I just want to be clear. Carrol is clearly right that Vivienne did not do anything remotely like co-compose. And that may be the apt word because no one ever claimed Pound WROTE any of the lines (thought Vivienne did write one). But everyone who looks at it at all knows he was central to how it was composed and what came out of that composing process. No one has been more explicit about that than Eliot himself, and Pound clearly was chuffed with his own part as "midwife." So the real issue is the degree to which there is a single, authorizing "author" and what it means to make a claim either way. Is the "poem" a unique creation of one consciousness or is the "poem" a composition created by the words of Eliot framed and arranged in a collaboration? If the former, just how does one make any sense of its history? If the latter, what does it mean to say it is simply and entirely "Eliot's poem"? I do not think it true that the author is dead, but Foucault's more complex discussion of the need to redefine the meaning of the word "author" seems key to this discussion. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/13/05 12:41 AM >>> Nancy Gish wrote: > > >>> [log in to unmask] 09/12/05 10:59 PM >>> > If Pound was a co-authout, then so was Viv, but I don't see anyone > making a case for her. Pish. Her contributions were exactly of the sort Marcia speaks of -- the kind of comment, criticism, help which many -- probably almost all -- poets frequently ask friends or colleagues to offer. And it certainly is not about demeaning Eliot; on the contrary, his ability to grasp and affirm the poem that Pound had discovered & extracted from the typescript is quite remarkable. Whatever else one might say of him, positive or negative, he at that time at least was free of the whimsicalities of those who now, as Nancy puts it, want to sacralize him. He's just a poet, not an oracle. And a quite interesting one. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 00:03:38 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Whose poem this is I think I know In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed On further thought, you are right. Comspiracy is somewhat inaccurate. It is more like a religious commitment to desacralise, or, if you will (or won't) de-anagogicalise his work, to limit his influence to literary interest and away from any of the work he did to express what oft was thought but not so well expressed in the area of inner human experience, esp. personal religious experience. "saying that this was all folly" Peter George Carless wrote: >On Mon, Sep 12, 2005 at 07:59:00PM -0700, Peter Montgomery wrote: > > >>I'm with you, Marcia. I sense yet another conspiracy to downplay Eliot's >>contribution/importance to modern poetry. >> >> > >A "conspiracy", no less? "The other side"? In Peter's apparent >paranoia, he as usual finds an argument where none really exists. Peter, >what is it of Nancy's quite sensible response, about this being a >semantic argument, that so sticks in your craw? Does the suggestion that >Eliot might have been assisted by "il miglior fabbro" offend the >apotheosis you would grant him? > >--George > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - Release Date: 9/8/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 06:54:33 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit I'm glad that "semantic quibble" has been dropped from this discussion. Not because it isn't apt to think hard about the terms used, but because the phrase trivializes the matter, in spite of the fact that semantics are central to poems and (with luck) to writing about them. "Quibble," too, has a relation to our subject; its proposed etymology is from "quib" : "who, which." Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 05:11:28 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit I'm not sure if I follow you, Peter. Religion played a role in his intense interest in Dryden? Will --- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Given Eliot's intense interest in Dryden, it only > makes sense. > I wonder if religion played a role here. > > Peter > > Will Gray wrote: > > >Completely agreed here, Jim. > >I gave a paper at the TS Eliot society a couple > years > >ago that talked a little about Eliot's relationship > to > >Pope. When doing research for the paper, I realized > >the dearth of scholarship on that century and > Eliot. A > >great need, indeed. > > > >Best wishes, > >Will > > > >--- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > > > >>I think more needs to be done with TDE's links > with > >>Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose > >>couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- > Jim > >> > >>James Loucks, Ph.D. > >>Ohio State University-Newark > >>1179 University Dr. > >>Newark, OH 43055-1797 > >>[log in to unmask] > >>740.366.9423 > >>fax 740.366.5047 > >> > >> > >>________________________________ > >> > >>From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of > Ken > >>Armstrong > >>Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM > >>To: [log in to unmask] > >>Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) > >> > >> > >> > >>Jim, > >> > >>Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my > Sunday > >>"free time" and went > >>directly to the library to scope out his _In > Defence > >>of T S Eliot_. Who > >>could resist that title, at least on this list? > I'm > >>not sure in what way he > >>is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed > >>rather measured and calm > >>(and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon! > : > >>) -- but he does have > >>the merits of being logical and factual to a > fault. > >>Very enjoyable. And in > >>the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed > dept., > >>he's read my mind and > >>better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on Salinger > >>and _Catcher in the Rye_ > >>shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. > Raine. > >> > >>Cheers, > >>Ken A. > >> > >>At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: > >> > >> > >>>Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious > >>> > >>> > >>verse in her later years > >> > >> > >>>(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you > >>> > >>> > >>know if she is related > >> > >> > >>>to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- Jim > >>> > >>> > >>Loucks > >> > >> > >> > >> > >> > > > > > > > > > >__________________________________ > >Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 > >http://mail.yahoo.com > > > > > > > > > > > -- > No virus found in this outgoing message. > Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. > Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - > Release Date: 9/8/2005 > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 09:20:49 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Authors In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Carrol Cox wrote: >Her contributions were exactly of the sort Marcia speaks of -- the >kind of comment, criticism, help which many -- probably almost all -- >poets frequently ask friends or colleagues to offer. > > > I don't mean to say that all poets always (or ever) change their work because of what others -- solicited or not -- have said. Generalizations are not going to be accurate about the range of practices. Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 11:33:27 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Somewhat extending this framework, Frost's poem is about "knowing" the woods and not "knowing" them. The speaker says "I think I know / His house is in the village though." And the woods are dark and deep and mysterious. So too the "who" of the author. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/13/05 6:54 AM >>> I'm glad that "semantic quibble" has been dropped from this discussion. Not because it isn't apt to think hard about the terms used, but because the phrase trivializes the matter, in spite of the fact that semantics are central to poems and (with luck) to writing about them. "Quibble," too, has a relation to our subject; its proposed etymology is from "quib" : "who, which." Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 12:26:45 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: test In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit test... --- Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Somewhat extending this framework, Frost's poem is > about "knowing" the > woods and not "knowing" them. The speaker says "I > think I know / His > house is in the village though." And the woods are > dark and deep and > mysterious. > > So too the "who" of the author. > Nancy > > >>> [log in to unmask] 09/13/05 6:54 AM >>> > I'm glad that "semantic quibble" has been dropped > from this discussion. > > Not because it isn't apt to think hard about the > terms used, but > because > the phrase trivializes the matter, in spite of the > fact that semantics > > are central to poems and (with luck) to writing > about them. "Quibble," > > too, has a relation to our subject; its proposed > etymology is from > "quib" : "who, which." > > Marcia > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 12:29:31 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: test In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit I made a couple of replies which bounced earlier. I was even wondering if someone was blocking my IP since it happened from two different PCs. Is anyone else facing the same problem? --- Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > test... > > --- Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > Somewhat extending this framework, Frost's poem is > > about "knowing" the > > woods and not "knowing" them. The speaker says "I > > think I know / His > > house is in the village though." And the woods > are > > dark and deep and > > mysterious. > > > > So too the "who" of the author. > > Nancy > > > > >>> [log in to unmask] 09/13/05 6:54 AM >>> > > I'm glad that "semantic quibble" has been dropped > > from this discussion. > > > > Not because it isn't apt to think hard about the > > terms used, but > > because > > the phrase trivializes the matter, in spite of the > > fact that semantics > > > > are central to poems and (with luck) to writing > > about them. "Quibble," > > > > too, has a relation to our subject; its proposed > > etymology is from > > "quib" : "who, which." > > > > Marcia > > > > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam > protection around > http://mail.yahoo.com > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 05:23:30 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Fwd: failure notice MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="0-288299609-1126700610=:82387" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit --0-288299609-1126700610=:82387 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Content-Id: Content-Disposition: inline Once more ! Admin, are there any issues in the server? Note: forwarded message attached. ______________________________________________________ Yahoo! for Good Donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. http://store.yahoo.com/redcross-donate3/ --0-288299609-1126700610=:82387 Content-Type: message/rfc822 X-Apparently-To: [log in to unmask] via 68.142.201.138; Tue, 13 Sep 2005 12:38:39 -0700 X-Originating-IP: [68.142.200.144] Return-Path: <> Authentication-Results: mta165.mail.re2.yahoo.com from=yahoo.com; domainkeys=pass (ok) Received: from 68.142.200.144 (HELO web30801.mail.mud.yahoo.com) (68.142.200.144) by mta165.mail.re2.yahoo.com with SMTP; Tue, 13 Sep 2005 12:38:39 -0700 Received: (qmail 29369 invoked for bounce); 13 Sep 2005 19:38:36 -0000 DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=yahoo.com; h=Date:From:To:Subject; b=p+Yq3a4+kyoA0JbJsslgAqspLeWyPAEZRJ2ISYgC4+S7phgQg04HHLGPFl3KTUXvJNmQC2tcWNAPQL65Z7Yfk5F5HGQ1oZ2z1p6Xi1DbLEWW7ZmNjw3k1KFTasZQtda5BGuDrxUoqLbRbvHD0c3WJ3yaVWCfg8Wd+qApzGBR7C0= ; Date: 13 Sep 2005 19:38:36 -0000 From: [log in to unmask] To: [log in to unmask] Subject: failure notice Content-Length: 2290 Hi. This is the qmail-send program at yahoo.com. I'm afraid I wasn't able to deliver your message to the following addresses. This is a permanent error; I've given up. Sorry it didn't work out. <[log in to unmask]>: Connected to 128.206.12.137 but sender was rejected. Remote host said: 550 5.7.1 Access denied --- Below this line is a copy of the message. Return-Path: <[log in to unmask]> Received: (qmail 29366 invoked by uid 60001); 13 Sep 2005 19:38:35 -0000 DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=yahoo.com; h=Message-ID:Received:Date:From:Subject:To:In-Reply-To:MIME-Version:Content-Type:Content-Transfer-Encoding; b=AwEDpRn5YZwtzzaTRzRrurk0IwRXj6pQXxhlGKOXcZkEf0tGF3+6qkk9Mc5KSeMfWICYKBLJhDuXWWdpF0+o6GVfHYPtp+akayp/35HJPux5TW9hw47lpmncf7qYKwjOJ/eaMFIbMAeEIshOAq606mZ2i7LTzgpSNuoIHAXFIuA= ; Message-ID: <[log in to unmask]> Received: from [128.113.109.88] by web30801.mail.mud.yahoo.com via HTTP; Tue, 13 Sep 2005 12:38:35 PDT Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2005 12:38:35 -0700 (PDT) From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: (OT) : Books ! To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit One more testing, but with some interesting info :) -------------- Introducing the new Bio-Optic Organized Knowledge device, or BOOK for short. BOOK is a revolutionary breakthrough in technology: no wires, no electric circuits, no batteries, nothing to be connected or switched on. It's so easy to use, even a child can operate it. Compact and portable, it can be used anywhere, even sitting in an armchair by the fire, yet it is powerful enough to hold as much information as a CD-ROM disc. Here's how it works: BOOK is constructed of sequentially numbered sheets of paper (recyclable), each capable of holding thousands of bits of information. The pages are locked together with a custom-fit device called a binder which keeps the sheets in their correct sequence. Opaque Paper Technology (OPT) allows manufacturers to use both sides of the sheet, doubling the information density and cutting costs. BOOKs with more information simply use more pages. Each sheet is scanned optically, registering information directly into your brain. A flick of the finger takes you to the next sheet. BOOK may be taken up at any time and used merely by opening it. BOOK never crashes or requires rebooting. The "browse" feature allows you to move instantly to any sheet, and move forward or backward as you wish. Many BOOKs come with an "index" feature, which pinpoints the exact location of any selected information for instant retrieval. An optional "BOOKmark" accessory allows you to open BOOK to the exact place you left it in a previous session, even if the BOOK has been closed. BOOKmarks fit universal design standards; thus, a single BOOKmark can be used in BOOKs by various manufacturers. Conversely, numerous BOOKmarks can be used in a single BOOK if the user wants to store numerous views at once. You can also make personal notes next to BOOK text entries with optional programming tools, Portable Erasable Nib Cryptic Intercommunication Language Styli (PENCILS). Portable, durable, and affordable, BOOK is being hailed as a precursor of a new entertainment wave. BOOK's appeal seems so certain that thousands of content creators have committed to the platform and investors are reportedly flocking to invest. Look for a flood of new titles soon. --- Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I made a couple of replies which bounced earlier. I > was even wondering if someone was blocking my IP > since > it happened from two different PCs. Is anyone else > facing the same problem? > > --- Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > test... > > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com --0-288299609-1126700610=:82387-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 08:11:50 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: failure notice MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Vishvesh Obla wrote: > > Once more ! > > Admin, are there any issues in the server? > > Note: forwarded message attached. > Probably no one is posting. Yours came through fine. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 07:31:38 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Fwd: failure notice MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary="0-800806139-1126708298=:83511" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit --0-800806139-1126708298=:83511 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Content-Id: Content-Disposition: inline There we go, it bounced again when I made a reply ! Note: forwarded message attached. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com --0-800806139-1126708298=:83511 Content-Type: message/rfc822 X-Apparently-To: [log in to unmask] via 68.142.201.139; Wed, 14 Sep 2005 07:30:35 -0700 X-Originating-IP: [68.142.200.150] Return-Path: <> Authentication-Results: mta138.mail.scd.yahoo.com from=yahoo.com; domainkeys=pass (ok) Received: from 68.142.200.150 (HELO web30807.mail.mud.yahoo.com) (68.142.200.150) by mta138.mail.scd.yahoo.com with SMTP; Wed, 14 Sep 2005 07:30:35 -0700 Received: (qmail 39009 invoked for bounce); 14 Sep 2005 14:30:33 -0000 DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=yahoo.com; h=Date:From:To:Subject; b=eWnzYUInTdnmeVKij8DqEBbTez4ThPuIz5wRAqSG7n2Hk20Oy83Jd5T88jFUWkWtBXMaCINyaxjCjXuQaVa4Cd1y+GoeU68qs2yerkt72fmCgWR3o+hBKtgXCuviE4rn36f3R+OZQ/M0clU3qWJPETXsTv8wFpaAqvKUK72MARo= ; Date: 14 Sep 2005 14:30:33 -0000 From: [log in to unmask] To: [log in to unmask] Subject: failure notice Content-Length: 1152 Hi. This is the qmail-send program at yahoo.com. I'm afraid I wasn't able to deliver your message to the following addresses. This is a permanent error; I've given up. Sorry it didn't work out. <[log in to unmask]>: Connected to 128.206.12.137 but sender was rejected. Remote host said: 550 5.7.1 Access denied --- Below this line is a copy of the message. Return-Path: <[log in to unmask]> Received: (qmail 39005 invoked by uid 60001); 14 Sep 2005 14:30:33 -0000 DomainKey-Signature: a=rsa-sha1; q=dns; c=nofws; s=s1024; d=yahoo.com; h=Message-ID:Received:Date:From:Subject:To:In-Reply-To:MIME-Version:Content-Type:Content-Transfer-Encoding; b=DhabN5388Cx+U/fG/Z3VmgnbCISuD2Y9y8jmG+bRBI0lR9wl9B1QpH+EWrA4d5d/SVNjuJCjzzewFwbOe8iIsMCvbHLoXXWrpQGbDn3qeqcEZBzboJLtjMjED5AwSv9udYawINJAzATd/qArM2RV8nDY9DKKT1uSjSWQuUTx2uw= ; Message-ID: <[log in to unmask]> Received: from [128.113.109.88] by web30807.mail.mud.yahoo.com via HTTP; Wed, 14 Sep 2005 07:30:33 PDT Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 07:30:33 -0700 (PDT) From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: failure notice To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Nope. If you read the whole message, you can see that it had bounced earlier and that I have only forwarded the bounced message. Earlier to that, I had two email that bounced. --- Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Vishvesh Obla wrote: > > > > Once more ! > > > > Admin, are there any issues in the server? > > > > Note: forwarded message attached. > > > > Probably no one is posting. Yours came through fine. > > Carrol > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com --0-800806139-1126708298=:83511-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 17:07:22 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed When I read the poem, I don't see anything in it written by Ezra Pound. Hardly seems like a quibble to me. Peter Marcia Karp wrote: > I'm glad that "semantic quibble" has been dropped from this > discussion. Not because it isn't apt to think hard about the terms > used, but because the phrase trivializes the matter, in spite of the > fact that semantics are central to poems and (with luck) to writing > about them. "Quibble," too, has a relation to our subject; its > proposed etymology is from "quib" : "who, which." > > Marcia > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.21/96 - Release Date: 9/10/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 17:13:06 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed No. A good part (obviously not his final position) of Dryden's poetry is very reflective of the values of the early Anglican Church esp. vis-a-vis the crown. That matches Eliot's values and interests. Pope's values and interests reflected his Catholic background, not popular in his time, and not reflectve of the kind of thing Eliot paid attention to. Hence, even though E. was virtually an Augustan, Pope was not a significant part of that position. Cheers, Peter Will Gray wrote: >I'm not sure if I follow you, Peter. >Religion played a role in his intense interest in >Dryden? > >Will > >--- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > >>Given Eliot's intense interest in Dryden, it only >>makes sense. >>I wonder if religion played a role here. >> >>Peter >> >>Will Gray wrote: >> >> >> >>>Completely agreed here, Jim. >>>I gave a paper at the TS Eliot society a couple >>> >>> >>years >> >> >>>ago that talked a little about Eliot's relationship >>> >>> >>to >> >> >>>Pope. When doing research for the paper, I realized >>>the dearth of scholarship on that century and >>> >>> >>Eliot. A >> >> >>>great need, indeed. >>> >>>Best wishes, >>>Will >>> >>>--- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: >>> >>> >>> >>> >>>>I think more needs to be done with TDE's links >>>> >>>> >>with >> >> >>>>Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose >>>>couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- >>>> >>>> >>Jim >> >> >>>>James Loucks, Ph.D. >>>>Ohio State University-Newark >>>>1179 University Dr. >>>>Newark, OH 43055-1797 >>>>[log in to unmask] >>>>740.366.9423 >>>>fax 740.366.5047 >>>> >>>> >>>>________________________________ >>>> >>>>From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of >>>> >>>> >>Ken >> >> >>>>Armstrong >>>>Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM >>>>To: [log in to unmask] >>>>Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>Jim, >>>> >>>>Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my >>>> >>>> >>Sunday >> >> >>>>"free time" and went >>>>directly to the library to scope out his _In >>>> >>>> >>Defence >> >> >>>>of T S Eliot_. Who >>>>could resist that title, at least on this list? >>>> >>>> >>I'm >> >> >>>>not sure in what way he >>>>is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed >>>>rather measured and calm >>>>(and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a neocon! >>>> >>>> >>: >> >> >>>>) -- but he does have >>>>the merits of being logical and factual to a >>>> >>>> >>fault. >> >> >>>>Very enjoyable. And in >>>>the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed >>>> >>>> >>dept., >> >> >>>>he's read my mind and >>>>better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on Salinger >>>>and _Catcher in the Rye_ >>>>shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. >>>> >>>> >>Raine. >> >> >>>>Cheers, >>>>Ken A. >>>> >>>>At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>>Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into religious >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>verse in her later years >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>>(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do you >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>know if she is related >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>>to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- Jim >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>Loucks >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>> >>> >>>__________________________________ >>>Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 >>>http://mail.yahoo.com >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>-- >>No virus found in this outgoing message. >>Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >>Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.19/93 - >>Release Date: 9/8/2005 >> >> >> > > >__________________________________________________ >Do You Yahoo!? >Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around >http://mail.yahoo.com > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.21/96 - Release Date: 9/10/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 21:32:27 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: George Carless <[log in to unmask]> Organization: (antichri.st) Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Disposition: inline On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 05:07:22PM -0700, Peter Montgomery wrote: > When I read the poem, I don't see anything in it written by Ezra Pound. > Hardly seems like a quibble to me. But "to author" is not necessarily "to write". --George -------------------------------------- George Carless ... [log in to unmask] Words are just dust in deserts of sound ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 18:51:41 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Aha! Quite interesting, I hadn't thought of that perspective. Some of Eliot's early work (like THE WASTE LAND) is quite similar in ways to Pope's work, though. For instance, I think he may have gotten the idea for "notes" from Pope's five-part mock-epic "The Rape of the Lock," which is similar to TWL in more than 1 way. Thanks for pointing out the Anglican bit. I wonder if religious affiliation was meaningful to Eliot even before his conversion, the time when he had the most to say about Pope and Dryden. Cheers, Will --- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > No. A good part (obviously not his final position) > of Dryden's poetry is > very reflective of the values of the early Anglican > Church esp. vis-a-vis > the crown. That matches Eliot's values and > interests. > > Pope's values and interests reflected his Catholic > background, > not popular in his time, and not reflectve of the > kind of thing Eliot > paid attention to. Hence, even though E. was > virtually an Augustan, > Pope was not a significant part of that position. > > Cheers, > Peter > > Will Gray wrote: > > >I'm not sure if I follow you, Peter. > >Religion played a role in his intense interest in > >Dryden? > > > >Will > > > >--- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> > wrote: > > > > > > > >>Given Eliot's intense interest in Dryden, it only > >>makes sense. > >>I wonder if religion played a role here. > >> > >>Peter > >> > >>Will Gray wrote: > >> > >> > >> > >>>Completely agreed here, Jim. > >>>I gave a paper at the TS Eliot society a couple > >>> > >>> > >>years > >> > >> > >>>ago that talked a little about Eliot's > relationship > >>> > >>> > >>to > >> > >> > >>>Pope. When doing research for the paper, I > realized > >>>the dearth of scholarship on that century and > >>> > >>> > >>Eliot. A > >> > >> > >>>great need, indeed. > >>> > >>>Best wishes, > >>>Will > >>> > >>>--- "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>>>I think more needs to be done with TDE's links > >>>> > >>>> > >>with > >> > >> > >>>>Augustan figures such as Swift and Pope (whose > >>>>couplets were "pastiched" in the TWL Ms.). -- > >>>> > >>>> > >>Jim > >> > >> > >>>>James Loucks, Ph.D. > >>>>Ohio State University-Newark > >>>>1179 University Dr. > >>>>Newark, OH 43055-1797 > >>>>[log in to unmask] > >>>>740.366.9423 > >>>>fax 740.366.5047 > >>>> > >>>> > >>>>________________________________ > >>>> > >>>>From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of > >>>> > >>>> > >>Ken > >> > >> > >>>>Armstrong > >>>>Sent: Sun 11-Sep-05 6:11 PM > >>>>To: [log in to unmask] > >>>>Subject: Craig Raine (was Re: Echoes of Eliot) > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>>Jim, > >>>> > >>>>Thanks for this reference to Raine. I took my > >>>> > >>>> > >>Sunday > >> > >> > >>>>"free time" and went > >>>>directly to the library to scope out his _In > >>>> > >>>> > >>Defence > >> > >> > >>>>of T S Eliot_. Who > >>>>could resist that title, at least on this list? > >>>> > >>>> > >>I'm > >> > >> > >>>>not sure in what way he > >>>>is arch in his defence of TSE -- it all seemed > >>>>rather measured and calm > >>>>(and witty--hope that doesn't mean he's a > neocon! > >>>> > >>>> > >>: > >> > >> > >>>>) -- but he does have > >>>>the merits of being logical and factual to a > >>>> > >>>> > >>fault. > >> > >> > >>>>Very enjoyable. And in > >>>>the often-thought-but-ne'er-so-well-expressed > >>>> > >>>> > >>dept., > >> > >> > >>>>he's read my mind and > >>>>better said it on C. Ricks. His piece on > Salinger > >>>>and _Catcher in the Rye_ > >>>>shone real light, too. A pleasure to meet Mr. > >>>> > >>>> > >>Raine. > >> > >> > >>>>Cheers, > >>>>Ken A. > >>>> > >>>>At 12:11 PM 9/10/2005, you wrote: > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>>>Kate -- I think Kathleen Raine got into > religious > >>>>> > >>>>> > >>>>> > >>>>> > >>>>verse in her later years > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>>>(or am I thinking of another woman poet?). Do > you > >>>>> > >>>>> > >>>>> > >>>>> > >>>>know if she is related > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>>>to Craig Raine, an arch-defender of TSE? -- > Jim > >>>>> > >>>>> > >>>>> > === message truncated === __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 21:58:29 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Pope and Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Will Gray wrote: >For >instance, I think he may have gotten the idea for >"notes" from Pope's five-part mock-epic "The Rape of >the Lock," which is similar to TWL in more than 1 way. > Will, Would you say more about the similarities between "The Rape of the the Lock" and "The Waste Land"? Best, Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 22:43:51 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Since as I have said more than once, no one ever claimed Pound wrote any of the words, and we all know what happened. That is not the issue under discussion. George is obviously quite right and that is what creates the problem. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/14/05 9:32 PM >>> On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 05:07:22PM -0700, Peter Montgomery wrote: > When I read the poem, I don't see anything in it written by Ezra Pound. > Hardly seems like a quibble to me. But "to author" is not necessarily "to write". --George -------------------------------------- George Carless ... [log in to unmask] Words are just dust in deserts of sound ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2005 23:02:14 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit George Carless wrote: > > > But "to author" is not necessarily "to write". Indeed. There is a wide variety of scholarly opinion on how much of the _Iliad_ "Homer" composed, but there is no debate whatever about "Homer" being the _author_ of the poem. In fact, by some accounts of the poem, the _author_ of the _Iliad_ was to the poem precisely as Pound was to TWL. In other words, he authored the poem by selecting (and adding to) words composed by others. Pound did not add anything, but it was he rather than Eliot who saw the finished product in the raw material produced by Eliot. I've just been rereading those god-awful couplets that thanks to Pound were purged. According to the editorial note this passage specifically was intended to be an imitation of the Rape of the Lock. Such couplets seem to me more like candidates for inclusion in _Peri Bathous_. E.g., I hope that nothing mars your gaity, And things go better with you, than with me. Pope at the age of 16 would not have written anything so flat. Pound was certainly correct in telling Eliot that "you cannot parody Pope unless you can write better verse than Pope -- and you can't." The same note quotes Eliot in the Paris Review (1959) saying that "Pound advised him to 'Do something different.'" Very good advice. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 03:20:39 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: What "author" this is I think I am not sure In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Now that is really nit picking. Let's publish an edition of THE WASTE LAND by T.S. Eliot and Ezra Pound. I'd love to see the reaction. P. George Carless wrote: >On Wed, Sep 14, 2005 at 05:07:22PM -0700, Peter Montgomery wrote: > > >>When I read the poem, I don't see anything in it written by Ezra Pound. >>Hardly seems like a quibble to me. >> >> > >But "to author" is not necessarily "to write". > >--George > >-------------------------------------- >George Carless ... [log in to unmask] >Words are just dust in deserts of sound > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.21/96 - Release Date: 9/10/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 03:39:04 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Behind the gas house Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Much as I am no fan of trying to find the pattern behind the pattern in poetic interpretation, given that the poet is out to get an effect, not write an essay, I am also a lover of puzzles, and so I have an idea as to the pattern behind some lines in TWL. Rickard agrees. In fact he helped a lot with this, so I have no problem saying this is co-authored. :) Also Jim Loucks helped a lot, given that I had misread Val's note on HWE's deafness, as applying to Sr. and not Jr. Carlessness on my part. Rickard has given me the honour of stating the case. Some time ago someone asked about how one might read the lines about the speaker talking about being round behind the gashouse meditating on the King his father's death, and the King his brother's wreck. It is useful to know that there is a canal (the dull canal) in London, the Regent's Canal. (you know Regent vis-a-vis King and all that). It basically circumvents London on the northern side, starting in the western limits of London going up to roughly its northern limits, and coming out again at its eastern limits. The eastern access does have a gashouse on it, although a more notable feature would be the Limehouse. The rest seems somewhat simple, if one wants to accept the theory. The King is Henry Ware Eliot Sr. deceased. The brother is Henry Ware Eliot Jr. somewhat deafened. Question [not important]: Are fathers and oldest brothers regents, ie persons of legal responsibility over the behaviour of syblings not having reached their majority? Cheers, Peter -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.10.21/96 - Release Date: 9/10/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 09:07:51 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Behind the gas house In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Peter Montgomery wrote: > Much as I am no fan of trying to find the pattern behind the pattern > in poetic interpretation, given that the poet is out to get an effect, > not write an essay, > I am also a lover of puzzles, and so I have an idea as to the pattern > behind > some lines in TWL. Rickard agrees. In fact he helped a lot with this, > so I > have no problem saying this is co-authored. :) Also Jim Loucks helped > a lot, > given that I had misread Val's note on HWE's deafness, as applying to > Sr. and not Jr. > Carlessness on my part. Rickard has given me the honour of stating > the case. > > Some time ago someone asked about how one might read the lines about > the speaker talking about being round behind the gashouse meditating on > the King his father's death, and the King his brother's wreck. > > It is useful to know that there is a canal (the dull canal) in London, > the Regent's > Canal. (you know Regent vis-a-vis King and all that). It basically > circumvents London > on the northern side, starting in the western limits of London going > up to roughly > its northern limits, and coming out again at its eastern limits. > > The eastern access does have a gashouse on it, although a more notable > feature would be the Limehouse. > > The rest seems somewhat simple, if one wants to accept the theory. > The King is Henry Ware Eliot Sr. deceased. > The brother is Henry Ware Eliot Jr. somewhat deafened. > Question [not important]: Are fathers and oldest brothers regents, ie > persons > of legal responsibility over the behaviour of syblings not having > reached their majority? > > Cheers, > Peter > > Dear Peter, I find this a very strange way to think about a poem. You haven't found any "pattern behind a pattern" in the poem. (Why "in poetic interpretation," which is the domain of readers, not the poet?) You've decided how Eliot's imagination worked , not in what he gives to the reader, but in what you think motivated him. This is rather like saying Robert Frost once saw a wall. Why is this canal any more or less dull than any other canal? If your question is not important, why do you think the two Henrys are two Kings? What on earth is a "sybling"? What do any of the supposed models you posit have to do with the lines? Failing in my meditations on this, Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 12:42:33 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Behind the gas house In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed At 09:07 AM 9/15/2005, Marcia Karp wrote: >Dear Peter, > I find this a very strange way to think about a poem. You haven't > found any "pattern behind a pattern" in the poem. (Why "in poetic > interpretation," which is the domain of readers, not the poet?) You've > decided how Eliot's imagination worked , not in what he gives to the > reader, but in what you think motivated him. This is rather like saying > Robert Frost once saw a wall. Marcia, Oh good, I'm glad to see it written so. While Peter-Jim-Rickard may set [sic] back on their elbow and say (and I hope that they do, for the sake of discussion) that that is not what I meant, not what I meant at all & etc., it does seem to me that a huge slice of Eliot interpreting (I think of it as more like encasing) proceeds on this basis, and that this refreshing formulation of yours could have been inserted into any number of posts on this list, though I understand that here there is an invitation to challenge or comment and often there is not. Anyhow, if it can be said that a poem is coming from something and going toward something else (and of course I think so, while I can imagine someone else may wish to deny it), much of Eliot commentary centers on the former and if it recognizes the latter subordinates the latter to the former. It should be the other way around, and it is in the gap of this disagreement, I think, that we get hung up on a poem's integrity on one hand and its roots on another. For my money, roots are good, but what is the whole thing growing toward? Abstractly yours, Ken A. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 13:57:12 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Pope and Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Marcia, Sorry for the dramatic pause. I had to go looking for my paper & notes so I didn't state anything spurious. I will not presume that anyone on the list cares about an exhaustive catalog, so I'll list some categories, with a couple specifics in each. If you'd like more info on any of them, please ask and I'll be happy to provide it (to the best of my ability). Similarities between Pope's THE RAPE OF THE LOCK and Eliot's THE WASTE LAND: 1. Surface similarities (5 sections, notes became famous commentary linked to its poem, mock-epic moments, games of cards, motif of hair, nymphs, initial warning that goes unheeded, interruption by a dog, description of a lady's toilet - deleted in TWL, a half rape, actions of mealtime, knights, the one-eyed man, narratorial words to the reader, music along the waters, epigraph as reversal, references to time, parody of earlier works, each poem has 2 extant "versions") 2. Similarities in theme (violated women, lust without love, abandoned tradition, irreversible change, lack of communication, the "Vision at the Beginning" and "the Transformation at the End," the quest) 3. Similarities in composition (previous well-known sources form the basis for understanding, Pope's zeugma vs. Eliot's juxtaposition, works from an actual incident - Fermor family for Pope and Eliot's marriage - and speaks to larger issues, Pope's idea of "mutual commerce" is a famous predecessor of Eliot's idea of "tradition") Of course, Eliot had a lot to say about Pope, even though he had much more to say about Dryden. Here are some highlights: 1. C. Ricks finds debts to Pope is several poems from INVENTIONS OF THE MARCH HARE 2. "Reflections on Vers Libre": he compliments Pope's facility with heroic couplets 3. "Andrew Marvell": he labels Pope "the great master of hatred" 4. Letter to JM Murray (22 April 1921): in the list of "all the critical prose I shall ever want to do" is "A seventeenth Century volume to Pope with a Nachblick at Colins and Johnson." I believe, and briefly attempt to prove that Eliot saw Pope as an exception to the 17th century's "dissociation of sensibility," which is why he would end this volume here. 5. Letter to R Aldington (16 Sept 1921) Part of the above argument included a phrase from this letter: "if English verse had not gone to pieces in the Eighteenth Century after Pope (with reservations) and never recovered the Seventeenth Century poets might be taken quite naturally and without quaintness." Of course, comparing these letters, and thoughts from "The Metaphysical Poets," we can tell that the 18th century's "reservations" could be Collins and Johnson. 6. Intro to SELECTED POEMS BY EZRA POUND: "The man who cannot enjoy Pope as poetry probably understands no poetry" (18). A couple of the more interesting critical links I found: 1. Kristiaan Versluys suggests that both poems are mock-epics (Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American Letters, 1990: 3-18). 2. Biographer TS Matthews directly compares Eliot to Pope twice: once claiming that "Nothing quite like Eliot's tone of voice had been known (in English, at any rate) since Alexander Pope: a tone of smooth and balanced paradox, dryness and intensity, gravity and wit, compact of phrases lucid and memorable as a slogan, dark as an unfamiliar proverb, enigmatic, intricate, unaccountably stirring (GREAT TOM 189). Elsewhere in his biography Matthews claims that Eliot is "the finest poet of his kind since Alexander Pope' (193). 3. Geoffrey Tillotson, in his introduction to THE RAPE OF THE LOCK in EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH LITERATURE: "Pope...made his poem more than a course of mockery. He enriched it with at least as many kinds of poetry as Eliot used in THE WASTE LAND, which resembles Pope's poem in length, comprehensiveness, concentration, learning, brilliance, and, especially, sensuous beauty" (567). As overwhelming as all of this is, these are merely the surface connections that I found in a couple hundred hours between the two. There's certainly enough for a book here, in my opinion, or for several more papers. Mine was only meant to be an introduction, and much of the above content I was only able to allude to. Best wishes, Will --- Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Will Gray wrote: > > >For > >instance, I think he may have gotten the idea for > >"notes" from Pope's five-part mock-epic "The Rape > of > >the Lock," which is similar to TWL in more than 1 > way. > > > Will, > Would you say more about the similarities > between "The Rape of the > the Lock" and "The Waste Land"? > > Best, > Marcia > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 18:57:14 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: bowra's pastiche of tSE MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT Has anyone on the TSE list seen it? =======>>>>>> -- cheers, -- Jim Loucks In the 15 Sept. issue of TLS: "His prose was unreadable and his verse was unprintable": unveiled this week by Henry Hardy and Jennifer Holmes, a lewd pastiche of T. S. Eliot written by Maurice Bowra, a former Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University. The TLS prints the poem in full for the first time; readers are invited to identify the many allusions made in "Old Croaker" - or to invent some of their own. James Loucks, Ph.D. Ohio State University-Newark 1179 University Dr. Newark, OH 43055-1797 [log in to unmask] 740.366.9423 fax 740.366.5047 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 19:31:57 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jacek Niecko <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset=iso-8859-1; reply-type=original Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, Ph.D., always carry an exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they are "priority" and/or "urgent"? Jacek Niecko Washington DC ----- Original Message ----- From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 6:57 PM Subject: bowra's pastiche of tSE > Has anyone on the TSE list seen it? =======>>>>>> -- cheers, -- Jim > Loucks > > In the 15 Sept. issue of TLS: > > "His prose was unreadable and his verse was unprintable": unveiled this > week by Henry Hardy and Jennifer Holmes, a lewd pastiche of T. S. Eliot > written by Maurice Bowra, a former Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University. > The TLS prints the poem in full for the first time; readers are invited to > identify the many allusions made in "Old Croaker" - or to invent some of > their own. > > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 17:57:55 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: OT: Loucks!, was Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE In-Reply-To: <000a01c5ba4d$aae0bb30$2f01a8c0@DJXXBM51> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Jacek, I've never gotten any exclamation marks on any of Jim's posts. Maybe your email program likes him? Best wishes, Will --- Jacek Niecko <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, > Ph.D., always carry an > exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they > are "priority" and/or > "urgent"? > > Jacek Niecko > Washington DC > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> > To: <[log in to unmask]> > Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 6:57 PM > Subject: bowra's pastiche of tSE > > > > Has anyone on the TSE list seen it? =======>>>>>> > -- cheers, -- Jim > > Loucks > > > > In the 15 Sept. issue of TLS: > > > > "His prose was unreadable and his verse was > unprintable": unveiled this > > week by Henry Hardy and Jennifer Holmes, a lewd > pastiche of T. S. Eliot > > written by Maurice Bowra, a former Vice-Chancellor > of Oxford University. > > The TLS prints the poem in full for the first > time; readers are invited to > > identify the many allusions made in "Old Croaker" > - or to invent some of > > their own. > > > > > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > > Ohio State University-Newark > > 1179 University Dr. > > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > > [log in to unmask] > > 740.366.9423 > > fax 740.366.5047 > > > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 21:52:57 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: OT: Loucks!, was Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Will Gray wrote: > > Jacek, > I've never gotten any exclamation marks on any of > Jim's posts. Maybe your email program likes him? Occasionally, for reasons I don't know, my program will suddenly replace > with ! as the marker of quoted lines. I close and reopen the program and the >s come back. I hate Windows. With both CP/M and DOS you knew what the program was doing. With Windows everything goes on behind the curtain! But Jacek's program shouldn't do that only with one poster???? I haven't kept track of !s, but there are none in the current post. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 20:07:41 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Pope and Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Fascinating. Curious that there isn't a specific paper. Cheers, Peter Will Gray wrote: >Marcia, > Sorry for the dramatic pause. I had to go looking >for my paper & notes so I didn't state anything >spurious. I will not presume that anyone on the list >cares about an exhaustive catalog, so I'll list some >categories, with a couple specifics in each. If you'd >like more info on any of them, please ask and I'll be >happy to provide it (to the best of my ability). > >Similarities between Pope's THE RAPE OF THE LOCK and >Eliot's THE WASTE LAND: >1. Surface similarities (5 sections, notes became >famous commentary linked to its poem, mock-epic >moments, games of cards, motif of hair, nymphs, >initial warning that goes unheeded, interruption by a >dog, description of a lady's toilet - deleted in TWL, >a half rape, actions of mealtime, knights, the >one-eyed man, narratorial words to the reader, music >along the waters, epigraph as reversal, references to >time, parody of earlier works, each poem has 2 extant >"versions") >2. Similarities in theme (violated women, lust without >love, abandoned tradition, irreversible change, lack >of communication, the "Vision at the Beginning" and >"the Transformation at the End," the quest) >3. Similarities in composition (previous well-known >sources form the basis for understanding, Pope's >zeugma vs. Eliot's juxtaposition, works from an actual >incident - Fermor family for Pope and Eliot's marriage >- and speaks to larger issues, Pope's idea of "mutual >commerce" is a famous predecessor of Eliot's idea of >"tradition") > >Of course, Eliot had a lot to say about Pope, even >though he had much more to say about Dryden. Here are >some highlights: >1. C. Ricks finds debts to Pope is several poems from >INVENTIONS OF THE MARCH HARE >2. "Reflections on Vers Libre": he compliments Pope's >facility with heroic couplets >3. "Andrew Marvell": he labels Pope "the great master >of hatred" >4. Letter to JM Murray (22 April 1921): in the list of >"all the critical prose I shall ever want to do" is "A >seventeenth Century volume to Pope with a Nachblick at >Colins and Johnson." I believe, and briefly attempt to >prove that Eliot saw Pope as an exception to the 17th >century's "dissociation of sensibility," which is why >he would end this volume here. >5. Letter to R Aldington (16 Sept 1921) Part of the >above argument included a phrase from this letter: "if >English verse had not gone to pieces in the Eighteenth >Century after Pope (with reservations) and never >recovered the Seventeenth Century poets might be taken >quite naturally and without quaintness." Of course, >comparing these letters, and thoughts from "The >Metaphysical Poets," we can tell that the 18th >century's "reservations" could be Collins and Johnson. >6. Intro to SELECTED POEMS BY EZRA POUND: "The man who >cannot enjoy Pope as poetry probably understands no >poetry" (18). > >A couple of the more interesting critical links I >found: >1. Kristiaan Versluys suggests that both poems are >mock-epics (Dutch Quarterly Review of Anglo-American >Letters, 1990: 3-18). >2. Biographer TS Matthews directly compares Eliot to >Pope twice: once claiming that "Nothing quite like >Eliot's tone of voice had been known (in English, at >any rate) since Alexander Pope: a tone of smooth and >balanced paradox, dryness and intensity, gravity and >wit, compact of phrases lucid and memorable as a >slogan, dark as an unfamiliar proverb, enigmatic, >intricate, unaccountably stirring (GREAT TOM 189). >Elsewhere in his biography Matthews claims that Eliot >is "the finest poet of his kind since Alexander Pope' >(193). >3. Geoffrey Tillotson, in his introduction to THE RAPE >OF THE LOCK in EIGHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH LITERATURE: >"Pope...made his poem more than a course of mockery. >He enriched it with at least as many kinds of poetry >as Eliot used in THE WASTE LAND, which resembles >Pope's poem in length, comprehensiveness, >concentration, learning, brilliance, and, especially, >sensuous beauty" (567). > >As overwhelming as all of this is, these are merely >the surface connections that I found in a couple >hundred hours between the two. There's certainly >enough for a book here, in my opinion, or for several >more papers. Mine was only meant to be an >introduction, and much of the above content I was only >able to allude to. > >Best wishes, >Will > >--- Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > >>Will Gray wrote: >> >> >> >>>For >>>instance, I think he may have gotten the idea for >>>"notes" from Pope's five-part mock-epic "The Rape >>> >>> >>of >> >> >>>the Lock," which is similar to TWL in more than 1 >>> >>> >>way. >> >> >>Will, >> Would you say more about the similarities >>between "The Rape of the >>the Lock" and "The Waste Land"? >> >>Best, >>Marcia >> >> >> > > > > >__________________________________ >Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 >http://mail.yahoo.com > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - Release Date: 9/15/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 20:22:37 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Poetry at the end of print culture (Hudson Review) Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=------------000105030809090800060101 --------------000105030809090800060101 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit --------------000105030809090800060101 Content-Type: application/msword; name="Poetry at the End of Print Culture Hudson Review.doc" Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 Content-Disposition: inline; filename="Poetry at the End of Print Culture Hudson Review.doc" 0M8R4KGxGuEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPgADAP7/CQAGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACAAAA2gAAAAAA AAAAEAAA3AAAAAEAAAD+////AAAAANgAAADZAAAA//////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ///////////////////////////////////spcEARwAJBAAACBK/AAAAAAAAEAAAAAAABAAA WAMBAA4AYmpiao7ZjtkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJBBYASyQBAOyzAQDsswEAk/0AAAAA AADBAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAD//w8AAAAAAAAAAAD//w8AAAAAAAAAAAD//w8A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAF0AAAAAAEwFAAAAAAAATAUAAEwFAAAAAAAATAUAAAAAAADABQAA AAAAAMAFAAAAAAAAwAUAABQAAAAAAAAAAAAAANQFAAAAAAAA1AUAAAAAAADUBQAAAAAAANQF AAA4AAAADAYAABQAAAAgBgAAVAAAANQFAAAAAAAARSoAADIBAACQBgAAAAAAAJAGAABwAAAA AAcAAAAAAAAABwAAAAAAAAAHAAAAAAAA3wcAAAAAAADfBwAAAAAAAN8HAAAAAAAACioAAAIA AAAMKgAAAAAAAAwqAAAAAAAADCoAAAAAAAAMKgAAAAAAAAwqAAAAAAAADCoAACQAAAB3KwAA 9AEAAGstAAB6AAAAMCoAABUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAwAUAAAAAAADfBwAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADbBwAABAAAAN8HAAAAAAAA3wcAAAAAAADfBwAAAAAAADAqAAAAAAAA dQ0AAAAAAABMBQAAAAAAAEwFAAAAAAAAAAcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAADbAAAAkAYAAAAA AAB1DQAAAAAAAHUNAAAAAAAAdQ0AAAAAAADfBwAALgMAAEwFAABSAAAAAAcAAAAAAADABQAA AAAAAAAHAAAAAAAACioAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA1AUAAAAAAADUBQAAAAAAAEwF AAAAAAAATAUAAAAAAABMBQAAAAAAAEwFAAAAAAAA3wcAAAAAAAAKKgAAAAAAAHUNAADeAAAA dQ0AAAAAAABTDgAAGgEAACQpAADMAAAAngUAACIAAADABQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACioAAAAAAAAABwAA AAAAAHQGAAAcAAAAUMvqbm26xQHUBQAAAAAAANQFAAAAAAAADQsAAGgCAADwKQAAGgAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAXFNpbmNlIGFsbCBtZWRpYSBhcmUgZnJhZ21lbnRz IG9mIG91cnNlbHZlcyBleHRlbmRlZCBpbnRvIHRoZSBwdWJsaWMgZG9tYWluLCB0aGUgYWN0 aW9uIHVwb24gdXMgb2YgYW55IG9uZSBtZWRpdW0gdGVuZHMgdG8gYnJpbmcgdGhlIG90aGVy IHNlbnNlcyBpbnRvIGEgbmV3IHJlbGF0aW9uLg2XTWFyc2hhbGwgTWNMdWhhbiwgVW5kZXJz dGFuZGluZyBNZWRpYQ0NSS4gVGhlIEVuZCBvZiBQcmludCBDdWx0dXJlDQ1XZSBhcmUgY3Vy cmVudGx5IGxpdmluZyBpbiB0aGUgbWlkc3Qgb2YgYSBtYXNzaXZlIGN1bHR1cmFsIHJldm9s dXRpb24uIEZvciB0aGUgZmlyc3QgdGltZSBzaW5jZSB0aGUgZGV2ZWxvcG1lbnQgb2YgbW92 ZWFibGUgdHlwZSBpbiB0aGUgbGF0ZSBmaWZ0ZWVudGggY2VudHVyeSwgcHJpbnQgaGFzIGxv c3QgaXRzIHByaW1hY3kgaW4gY29tbXVuaWNhdGlvbi4gVGhlIHByb2xpZmVyYXRpb24gb2Yg ZWxlY3Ryb25pYyB0ZWNobm9sb2d5IGhhcyBnb25lIGZhciBiZXlvbmQgcHJvdmlkaW5nIG5l dyBtZWFucyBmb3IgdGhlIGNvbW11bmljYXRpb24sIHN0b3JhZ2UsIGFuZCByZXRyaWV2YWwg b2YgaW5mb3JtYXRpb246IHRoZSBuZXcgbWVkaWEgaGF2ZSBncmFkdWFsbHkgY2hhbmdlZCBu b3Qgb25seSB0aGUgd2F5IHdlIHBlcmNlaXZlIGxhbmd1YWdlIGFuZCBpZGVhcyBidXQgYWxz byB0aGUgd29ybGQgYW5kIG91cnNlbHZlcy4gVGhlIHNoaWZ0IGluIHRoZSBtb2RlcyBvZiBj b21tdW5pY2F0aW9uIGhhcyBoYWQgYW4gZXh0cmFvcmRpbmFyeSBpbXBhY3Qgb24gZXZlcnkg YXNwZWN0IG9mIGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBsaWZlLCBidXQgbGl0ZXJhdHVyZSwgYW4gaW1hZ2lu YXRpdmUgZW50ZXJwcmlzZSBjcmVhdGVkIGVudGlyZWx5IGZyb20gd29yZHMsIGhhcyBiZWVu IHByb2ZvdW5kbHkgYWZmZWN0ZWQgaW4gd2F5cyB0aGF0IHdlIGFyZSBzdGlsbCBpbiB0aGUg cHJvY2VzcyBvZiBjb21wcmVoZW5kaW5nLg0NSG93IGRvZXMgb25lIGRlc2NyaWJlIHRoaXMg Y3VsdHVyYWwgY2hhbmdlPyBBIGZldyBncm9zcyBzdGF0aXN0aWNzIG1heSBoZWxwIHRvIGNo YXJhY3Rlcml6ZSB0aGUgZ2VuZXJhbCBlbnZpcm9ubWVudC4gQWNjb3JkaW5nIHRvIG9uZSBy ZWNlbnQgc3R1ZHksIHRoZSBhdmVyYWdlIEFtZXJpY2FuIG5vdyBzcGVuZHMgYWJvdXQgdHdl bnR5LWZvdXIgbWludXRlcyBhIGRheSByZWFkaW5nLCBub3QganVzdCBib29rcywgYnV0IGFu eXRoaW5nl25ld3NwYXBlcnMsIG1hZ2F6aW5lcywgZGlldCB0aXBzLCBhbmQgVFYgR3VpZGUu IFRoaXMgc21hbGwgaW52ZXN0bWVudCBvZiB0aW1lIGNvbXBhcmVzIHdpdGggb3ZlciBmb3Vy IGhvdXJzIGRhaWx5IG9mIHRlbGV2aXNpb24gYW5kIG92ZXIgdGhyZWUgaG91cnMgb2YgcmFk aW8uIExlc3MgdGhhbiBoYWxmIG9mIFUuUy4gaG91c2Vob2xkcyBub3cgcmVhZCBkYWlseSBu ZXdzcGFwZXJzLCBhbmQgbWFueSBvZiB0aGUgbmV3c3BhcGVycyB0aGV5IGRvIGZvbGxvdywg c3VjaCBhcyBVU0EgVG9kYXksIGluY3JlYXNpbmdseSBtb2RlbCB0aGVpciBzaG9ydCBhdHRl bnRpb24gc3BhbiBmb3JtYXRzIGFmdGVyIHRlbGV2aXNpb24uIFlvdW5nZXIgYWR1bHRzIChh Z2VzIDE4IHRvIDMwKSByZWFkIHNpZ25pZmljYW50bHkgbGVzcyB0aGFuIG9sZGVyIGdyb3Vw cy4gQ2hpbGRyZW4gbm93IGdyb3cgdXAgaW4gYSB3b3JsZCB3aGVyZSByZWFkaW5nIGhhcyBi ZWVuIG92ZXJ3aGVsbWVkIGJ5IG90aGVyIG9wdGlvbnMgZm9yIGluZm9ybWF0aW9uIGFuZCBl bnRlcnRhaW5tZW50LiBBY2NvcmRpbmcgdG8gYSAxOTk5IHN1cnZleSwgYXQgdGhhdCB0aW1l IHRoZSBhdmVyYWdlIEFtZXJpY2FuIGNoaWxkIGxpdmVkIGluIGEgaG91c2Vob2xkIHdoaWNo IG93bmVkIHR3byB0ZWxldmlzaW9uIHNldHMsIHRocmVlIHRhcGUgcmVjb3JkZXJzLCB0aHJl ZSByYWRpb3MsIHR3byB2aWRlb2Nhc3NldHRlIHJlY29yZGVycywgdHdvIGNvbXBhY3QgZGlz ayBwbGF5ZXJzLCBvbmUgdmlkZW8gZ2FtZSBwbGF5ZXIsIGFuZCBhIGNvbXB1dGVyLiBUaGUg c3VydmV5IG5lZ2xlY3RlZCB0byBtZW50aW9uIGlmIHRoZSBob21lIGhhZCBhbnkgYm9va3Ms IGJ1dCBpdCBkaWQgbm90ZSB0aGF0IHRoZSBjaGlsZCBzcGVudCA1IGhvdXJzIGFuZCA0OCBt aW51dGVzIGVhY2ggZGF5IHdpdGggZWxlY3Ryb25pYyBtZWRpYSB2ZXJzdXMgNDQgbWludXRl cyB3aXRoIHByaW50LiBJdCBzaG91bGQgYmUgbm90ZWQgdGhhdCB0aGUgdGltZSB0aGUgY2hp bGQgc3BlbnQgd2l0aCBwcmludCBpbmNsdWRlcyB0aGF0IGNvbXB1bHNvcnkgYWN0aXZpdHkg Y2FsbGVkIGhvbWV3b3JrLg0NTWFueSBleHBlcnRzIGFsc28gZmVlbCB0aGF0IGlsbGl0ZXJh Y3kgaXMgb24gdGhlIHJpc2UgaW4gQW1lcmljYS4gQWNjb3JkaW5nIHRvIGEgMTk4NiBVbml0 ZWQgU3RhdGVzIEJ1cmVhdSBvZiBDZW5zdXMgc3R1ZHksIDEzIHBlcmNlbnQgb2YgQW1lcmlj YW5zIG92ZXIgdGhlIGFnZSBvZiAyMCBhcmUgaWxsaXRlcmF0ZS4gVGhhdCBzdGF0aXN0aWMg bWVhbnMgdGhhdCBpbiB0aGUgVW5pdGVkIFN0YXRlcywgd2hpY2ggdGhhdCBzYW1lIHllYXIg b2ZmaWNpYWxseSBtZWFzdXJlZCBpdHMgbGl0ZXJhY3kgcmF0ZSBhdCA5OSBwZXJjZW50LCBz b21ld2hlcmUgYXJvdW5kIDE5IG1pbGxpb24gYWR1bHRzIGNhbm5vdCByZWFkIHdpdGggbWlu aW1hbCBjb21wZXRlbmN5LiBTaWduaWZpY2FudGx5LCBzdWJzZXF1ZW50IG1lYXN1cmVzIG9m IGlsbGl0ZXJhY3kgaGF2ZSBiZWNvbWUgY29udHJvdmVyc2lhbCBiZWNhdXNlIGV4cGVydHMg bm8gbG9uZ2VyIGFncmVlIG9uIHdoYXQgY29uc3RpdHV0ZXMgbGl0ZXJhY3ksIHdoaWNoIGhh cyBiZWNvbWUgYSBkaXZpc2l2ZSBpZGVvbG9naWNhbCBpc3N1ZSBpbiBlZHVjYXRpb24uIEl0 IHdhcyBzaW1wbGVyIGluIHRoZSBiYWQsIG9sZCBkYXlzIHdoZW4gdGhlIENlbnN1cyBCdXJl YXUgYXV0b21hdGljYWxseSBiZXN0b3dlZCBsaXRlcmFjeSBvbiBhbnlvbmUgd2hvIGhhZCBj b21wbGV0ZWQgZm91cnRoIGdyYWRlLiBJIHBhcnRpY3VsYXJseSBlbmpveSB0aGF0IG1lYXN1 cmUgYmVjYXVzZSwgYnkgc2hlZXIgY29pbmNpZGVuY2UsIGJvdGggb2YgbXkgZ3JhbmRmYXRo ZXJzIHN0b3BwZWQgc2Nob29sIGFmdGVyIGZvdXJ0aCBncmFkZS4gTXkgcGF0ZXJuYWwgZ3Jh bmRmYXRoZXIgd2FzIGVkdWNhdGVkIGluIFNpY2lseSwgc28gaGlzIGV4YW1wbGUgaXMgbm90 IGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgcmVsZXZhbnQsIGJ1dCBteSBtYXRlcm5hbCBncmFuZGZhdGhlciwgaGFs Zi1NZXhpY2FuIGFuZCBoYWxmLU5hdGl2ZSBBbWVyaWNhbiwgbGVhcm5lZCBlbm91Z2ggaW4g aGlzIGZvdXIgeWVhcnMgb2YgTmV3IE1leGljYW4gSW5kaWFuIHJlc2VydmF0aW9uIHNjaG9v bGluZyB0byBiZWNvbWUgYW4gYXZpZCBsaWZlbG9uZyByZWFkZXIuIFRvZGF5LCBob3dldmVy LCB3aGVuIHNjaG9vbC1hZ2UgY2hpbGRyZW4gc3BlbmQgY29uc2lkZXJhYmx5IG1vcmUgdGlt ZSB3YXRjaGluZyB0ZWxldmlzaW9uIHRoYW4gaW4gdGhlIGNsYXNzcm9vbSwgZWR1Y2F0aW9u YWwgbGV2ZWwgaXMgbm8gbG9uZ2VyIGFuIGFjY3VyYXRlIHByZWRpY3RvciBvZiBsaXRlcmFj eS4NDUZvciB5ZWFycyBtYW55IGludGVsbGVjdHVhbHMgYW5kIGFjYWRlbWljcyBoYXZlIG9i c2VydmVkIHRoZXNlIHRyZW5kcyB3aXRoIGEgbWl4dHVyZSBvZiBkaXNhcHBvaW50bWVudCBh bmQgZGV0YWNobWVudC4gV2hpbGUgbGFtZW50aW5nIHRoZSBzb3JyeSBzdGF0ZSBvZiBsaXRl cmFjeSBhbW9uZyB0aGUgcHVibGljLCB0aGV5IHJlbWFpbmVkIGNvbmZpZGVudCBpbiB0aGUg cG93ZXIgb2YgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSBhbW9uZyBlZHVjYXRlZCBBbWVyaWNhbnMuIFRoYXQg Y29uZmlkZW5jZSBub3cgc2VlbXMgbWlzcGxhY2VkLiBCb29rcywgbWFnYXppbmVzLCBhbmQg bmV3c3BhcGVycyBhcmUgbm90IGRpc2FwcGVhcmluZywgYnV0IHRoZWlyIHBvc2l0aW9uIGlu IHRoZSBjdWx0dXJlIGhhcyBjaGFuZ2VkIHNpZ25pZmljYW50bHkgb3ZlciB0aGUgcGFzdCBm ZXcgZGVjYWRlcywgZXZlbiBhbW9uZyB0aGUgZWR1Y2F0ZWQuIFdlIGFyZSBub3cgc2VlaW5n IHRoZSBmaXJzdCBnZW5lcmF0aW9uIG9mIHlvdW5nIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbHMgd2hvIGFyZSBu b3Qgd2lsbGluZyB0byBpbW1lcnNlIHRoZW1zZWx2ZXMgaW4gdGhlIHdvcmxkIG9mIGJvb2tz LiBUaGV5IGFyZSBub3QgYWdhaW5zdCByZWFkaW5nLCBidXQgdGhleSBzZWUgaXQgYXMgb25s eSBvbmUgb2YgdGhlIG1hbnkgb3B0aW9ucyBmb3IgaW5mb3JtYXRpb24uIEFzIHRoZSBwb2V0 LWNyaXRpYyBKYWNrIEZvbGV5IGhhcyBzYWlkLCCTQXQgdGhlIGN1cnJlbnQgbW9tZW50IHdy aXRpbmcgaXMgYmVnaW5uaW5nIHRvIHNlZW0gkW9sZC1mYXNoaW9uZWQukpQNDUZvciBpbnRl bGxlY3R1YWxzLCB0aGUgaW1wbGljYXRpb25zIG9mIHRoZSBzaGlmdCBmcm9tIHByaW50IGN1 bHR1cmUgdG8gZWxlY3Ryb25pYyBtZWRpYSBhcmUgdmFzdCwgY29tcGxleCwgYW5kIG9mdGVu IHRyb3VibGluZy4gVGhlIHNpdHVhdGlvbiB0b3VjaGVzIG9uIGV2ZXJ5IGFzcGVjdCBvZiBj dWx0dXJhbCBsaWZlLCBhbmQgbWFueSBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWwgZGViYXRlcyBoYXZlIGFscmVh ZHkgYmVlbiB3YWdlZCBvdmVyIHRoZSBpc3N1ZXMgYXQgc3Rha2UuIFRoZXJlIGlzIHByb2Jh Ymx5IG5vIG1vcmUgaW1wb3J0YW50IGFyZ3VtZW50IGluIG91ciBjdWx0dXJlIGJlY2F1c2Ug dGhpcyBpc3N1ZSBmb2N1c2VzIG9uIHRoZSBtZWFucyBieSB3aGljaCBvdXIgc29jaWV0eSB1 c2VzIGxhbmd1YWdlLCBpbWFnZXMsIGFuZCBpZGVhcyB0byByZXByZXNlbnQgcmVhbGl0eS4g VGhlIGRlY2xpbmUgb2YgcHJpbnQgYXMgb3VyIGN1bHR1cmWScyBwcmltYXJ5IG1lYW5zIG9m IGNvZGlmeWluZywgcHJlc2VudGluZywgYW5kIHByZXNlcnZpbmcgaW5mb3JtYXRpb24gaXNu knQgbWVyZWx5IGEgbWV0aG9kb2xvZ2ljYWwgY2hhbmdlOyBpdCBpcyBhbiBlcGlzdGVtb2xv Z2ljYWwgdHJhbnNmb3JtYXRpb24uIEFzIE5laWwgUG9zdG1hbiBoYXMgb2JzZXJ2ZWQsIHRo ZSBzaGlmdCBmcm9tIHByaW50IHRvIHRlbGV2aXNpb24gk2hhcyBkcmFtYXRpY2FsbHkgYW5k IGlycmV2ZXJzaWJseSBzaGlmdGVkIHRoZSBjb250ZW50IGFuZCBtZWFuaW5nIG9mIHB1Ymxp YyBkaXNjb3Vyc2UsIHNpbmNlIHR3byBtZWRpYSBzbyB2YXN0bHkgZGlmZmVyZW50IGNhbm5v dCBhY2NvbW1vZGF0ZSB0aGUgc2FtZSBpZGVhcy6UIFRoZSB0ZWNobm9sb2d5IHVzZWQgdG8g cHJlc2VudCBpbmZvcm1hdGlvbiBpcyBuZXZlciBuZXV0cmFsLiBUaGUgd2F5cyBpbiB3aGlj aCBhIG1lZGl1bSB3b3JrcyBkaWN0YXRlIHRoZSBraW5kcyBvZiBjb250ZW50IGl0IGNvbW11 bmljYXRlcywgb3IgdG8gcmV2aXNlIE1hcnNoYWxsIE1jTHVoYW6ScyBmYW1vdXMgZm9ybXVs YSwgdGhlIG1lZGl1bSBwcmVkZXRlcm1pbmVzIHRoZSBtZXNzYWdlLg1JSS4gVmVyc2UgSXMg Tm8gTG9uZ2VyIGEgRHlpbmcgVGVjaG5pcXVlDQ1UaGUgZW5kIG9mIHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUg cmFpc2VzIG1hbnkgdHJvdWJsaW5nIHF1ZXN0aW9ucyBhYm91dCB0aGUgcG9zaXRpb24gb2Yg cG9ldHJ5IGFtaWQgdGhlc2UgaW1tZW5zZSBjdWx0dXJhbCBhbmQgdGVjaG5vbG9naWNhbCBj aGFuZ2VzLiBXaGF0IHdpbGwgYmUgdGhlIHBvZXSScyBwbGFjZSBpbiBhIHNvY2lldHkgdGhh dCBoYXMgaW5jcmVhc2luZ2x5IGxpdHRsZSB1c2UgZm9yIGJvb2tzLCBsaXR0bGUgdGltZSBm b3Igc2VyaW91cyBjdWx0dXJlLCBsaXR0bGUga25vd2xlZGdlIG9mIHRoZSBwYXN0LCBsaXR0 bGUgY29uc2Vuc3VzIG9uIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHZhbHVlLCBhbmSXZXZlbiBhbW9uZyBpbnRlbGxl Y3R1YWxzl2xpdHRsZSBmYWl0aCBpbiBwb2V0cnkgaXRzZWxmPyBUaGVzZSBxdWVzdGlvbnMg YXJlIGFsbCB0aGUgbW9yZSBwcmVzc2luZyBpbiBBbWVyaWNhbiBhY2FkZW1pYyBsaWZlIHdo ZXJlIHRoZSBhcnQgb2YgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIG9mdGVuIHB1dCBvbiB0aGUgbWFyZ2lucyBvZiBz Y2hvbGFybHkgaW5xdWlyeSBpbiBmYXZvciBvZiBsaXRlcmFyeSB0aGVvcnkgYW5kIGN1bHR1 cmFsIHN0dWRpZXMuDQ1Bbnkgc2VyaW91cyBhdHRlbXB0IHRvIGFzc2VzcyBwb2V0cnmScyBj dXJyZW50IHBvc2l0aW9uIHdpbGwgbmVlZCB0byBwcm9jZWVkIGluIHVub3J0aG9kb3ggd2F5 c5dub3Qgb3V0IG9mIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbCBwZXJ2ZXJzaXR5IGJ1dCBmcm9tIHNoZWVyIG5l Y2Vzc2l0eZdiZWNhdXNlIHRoZSBvcnRob2RveCB2aWV3cyBvZiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9l dHJ5IG5vIGxvbmdlciBhcmUgZWl0aGVyIHVzZWZ1bCBvciBhY2N1cmF0ZSBpbiBwb3J0cmF5 aW5nIHRoZSByYXBpZGx5IGNoYW5naW5nIHNoYXBlIG9mIHRoZSBhcnQuIFRoZSBjb252ZW50 aW9uYWwgYWNhZGVtaWMgcGVyc3BlY3RpdmUgdmlld3MgcG9ldHJ5IGFzIGEgc2VyaWVzIG9m IHRleHRzIHBsYWNlZCBpbiBhbiBoaXN0b3JpY2FsIG9yIHRoZW1hdGljIGZyYW1ld29yayBv ZiBvdGhlciBwcmludGVkIHRleHRzLiBUaGlzIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIGFwcHJvYWNoIGlzIGlu dmFsdWFibGUgaW4ganVkZ2luZyB0aGUgcGFzdCwgYnV0IGluIGFzc2Vzc2luZyByYWRpY2Fs IGNoYW5nZSwgaXQgaXMgaG9wZWxlc3NseSBmaXhhdGVkIGluIHdoYXQgTWNMdWhhbiBjYWxs ZWQgk3JlYXItdmlldyBtaXJyb3IgdGhpbmtpbmculCBObyBkcml2ZXIgY2FuIG5lZ290aWF0 ZSBhIHN1ZGRlbiB0dXJuIGluIHRoZSByb2FkIGJ5IGxvb2tpbmcgYmFja3dhcmQsIGFuZCBu ZWl0aGVyIGNhbiBhIGNyaXRpYyBhY2N1cmF0ZWx5IHNlZSB3aGF0IGlzIG1vc3QgaW5ub3Zh dGl2ZSBpbiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IHRocm91Z2ggdGhlIG5vdy1hbnRpcXVhcmlh biBhc3N1bXB0aW9ucyBvZiBNb2Rlcm5pc20gYW5kIHRoZSBhdmFudC1nYXJkZS4gVGhvc2Ug cG93ZXJmdWwgaWRlYXMgb25jZSBwcm9kdWNlZCBncmVhdCBhcnQsIGJ1dCBub3cgbmVhcmx5 IGEgY2VudHVyeSBvbGQsIHRoZXkgcmVmbGVjdCBhIGN1bHR1cmUgd2l0aG91dCByYWRpbywg dGFsa2luZy1maWxtcywgdGVsZXZpc2lvbiwgdmlkZW9jYXNzZXR0ZXMsIGNvbXB1dGVycywg Y2VsbHBob25lcywgc2F0ZWxsaXRlIGRpc2hlcywgYW5kIHRoZSBJbnRlcm5ldC4gRXZlbiBh cyB0aGUgYWNhZGVteSBhdHRhY2tzIGFuZCByZWplY3RzIE1vZGVybmlzbSwgaXQgcmVtYWlu cyBjYXVnaHQgaW4gaXRzIGNvbmNlcHR1YWwgZnJhbWV3b3JrIGF0IGxlYXN0IGluIGRpc2N1 c3NpbmcgcG9ldHJ5LiBUaGF0IGhpc3RvcmljYWwgZnJhbWUgb2YgcmVmZXJlbmNlIGlzIG5v IGxvbmdlciByZWxldmFudCBiZWNhdXNlIHRoZSBmb3JjZXMgbW9zdCBhZmZlY3RpbmcgY29u dGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBub3cgbW9zdGx5IGNvbWUgZnJvbSBhbHRvZ2V0aGVyIG91dHNp ZGUgdGhhdCB0cmFkaXRpb24uDQ1XaGVuIHRoZSBjb252ZW50aW9uYWwgbWV0aG9kcyBubyBs b25nZXIgc2VlbSBhZGVxdWF0ZSB0byBjb21wcmVoZW5kIG5ldyBkZXZlbG9wbWVudHMsIGl0 IGlzIHRpbWUgdG8gYXNrIGRpZmZlcmVudCBxdWVzdGlvbnMuIFRoaXMgZXNzYXkgdGhlcmVm b3JlIHdpbGwgbG9vayBhdCBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IGZyb20gYW4gdW5mYW1pbGlh ciB2YW50YWdlIHBvaW50LiBUaGlzIHVudXN1YWwgcGVyc3BlY3RpdmUgbWF5IGluaXRpYWxs eSBhbm5veSBzb21lIHJlYWRlcnMgYW5kIGNvbmZ1c2Ugb3RoZXJzLCBidXQgYXMgdGhlIGFy Z3VtZW50IHVuZm9sZHMsIGl0IHdpbGwgYmVjb21lIG9idmlvdXMgdGhhdCBpdCBhbGxvd3Mg b25lIHRvIGRpc2Nlcm4gY2VydGFpbiBzaWduaWZpY2FudCwgZXZlbiBwZXJoYXBzIGVzc2Vu dGlhbCwgY2hhbmdlcyBpbiBBbWVyaWNhbiBwb2V0cnkgbm90IG90aGVyd2lzZSBlYXNpbHkg dmlzaWJsZS4NDUNvbnNpZGVyIHRoZSBmb2xsb3dpbmcgcXVlc3Rpb246IFdoYXQgaGFzIGJl ZW4gdGhlIG1vc3QgaW5mbHVlbnRpYWwgYW5kIHVuZXhwZWN0ZWQgZXZlbnQgaW4gQW1lcmlj YW4gcG9ldHJ5IGR1cmluZyB0aGUgcGFzdCB0d2VudHkgeWVhcnM/IExhbmd1YWdlIFBvZXRy eT8gTmV3IEZvcm1hbGlzbT8gQ3JpdGljYWwgVGhlb3J5PyBNdWx0aWN1bHR1cmFsaXNtPyBO ZXcgTmFycmF0aXZlPyBJZGVudGl0eSBQb2V0aWNzPyBUaGVzZSBoYXZlIGFsbCBiZWVuIHNp Z25pZmljYW50IHRyZW5kcywgYnV0IG5vbmUgaGFzIGJlZW4gZXNwZWNpYWxseSBzdXJwcmlz aW5nl2FuZCBhbGwgb2YgdGhlc2UgbW92ZW1lbnRzIGhhdmUgYmVlbiBjb25maW5lZCBsYXJn ZWx5IHRvIHRoZSBhY2FkZW1pYyBzdWJjdWx0dXJlLiBPZGRseSwgdGhlIG1vc3QgaW1wb3J0 YW50IG5ldyB0cmVuZCB3b26SdCBiZSBmb3VuZCBpbiB3aGF0IExhbmd1YWdlIFBvZXQgQ2hh cmxlcyBCZXJuc3RlaW4gY2FsbHMgk29mZmljaWFsIHZlcnNlIGN1bHR1cmWUl3RoZSBzbWFs bCBidXQgcmVzcGVjdGFibGUgbGl0ZXJhcnkgbmV0d29yayBvZiBib29rcywgam91cm5hbHMs IGNvbmZlcmVuY2VzLCBhbmQgdW5pdmVyc2l0eSB3cml0aW5nIHByb2dyYW1zLiBJbnN0ZWFk LCBpdCB3aWxsIGJlIGRpc2NvdmVyZWQgaW4gdGhlIGdlbmVyYWwgY3VsdHVyZSBpbiBwb2V0 aWMgd29ya3Mgd2lkZWx5IGNvdmVyZWQgaW4gdGhlIG1hc3MgbWVkaWEuDQ1XaXRob3V0IGRv dWJ0IHRoZSBtb3N0IHN1cnByaXNpbmcgYW5kIHNpZ25pZmljYW50IGRldmVsb3BtZW50IGlu IHJlY2VudCBBbWVyaWNhbiBwb2V0cnkgaGFzIGJlZW4gdGhlIHdpZGUtc2NhbGUgYW5kIHVu ZXhwZWN0ZWQgcmVlbWVyZ2VuY2Ugb2YgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnmXbmFtZWx5IHJhcCwgY293 Ym95IHBvZXRyeSwgcG9ldHJ5IHNsYW1zLCBhbmQgY2VydGFpbiBvdmVydGx5IGFjY2Vzc2li bGUgdHlwZXMgb2Ygd2hhdCB3YXMgb25jZSBhIGRlZmlhbnRseSBhdmFudC1nYXJkZSBnZW5y ZSwgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UgcG9ldHJ5LiBUaGVzZSBuZXcgZm9ybXMgb2YgcG9wdWxhciB2ZXJz ZSBoYXZlIHNlZW1pbmdseSBjb21lIG91dCBvZiBub3doZXJlIHRvIGJlY29tZSBzaWduaWZp Y2FudCBmb3JjZXMgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gY3VsdHVyZS4gUmFwIGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgaGFzIGJl Y29tZSB1YmlxdWl0b3VzIGluIG91ciBzb2NpZXR5l25vdCBvbmx5IGZpbGxpbmcgY29uY2Vy dCBoYWxscyBhbmQgcmFkaW8gcHJvZ3JhbW1pbmcgYnV0IGFsc28gaGVhcmQgYW5kIHNlZW4g aW4gZmlsbXMsIHRlbGV2aXNpb24sIGFuZCBsaXZlIHRoZWF0ZXIuIEFsdGhvdWdoIGZhciBs ZXNzIGNvbW1lcmNpYWwsIHRoZSBvdGhlciBmb3JtcyBoYXZlIGFsc28gc2hvd24gZW5vcm1v dXMgdml0YWxpdHkuIEFuZCBhbGwgdGhlc2UgbmV3IHBvZXRpYyBmb3JtcyBoYXZlIHRocml2 ZWQgd2l0aG91dCB0aGUgc3VwcG9ydCBvZiB0aGUgdW5pdmVyc2l0eSBvciB0aGUgbGl0ZXJh cnkgZXN0YWJsaXNobWVudC4NDUluIGEgbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVyZSB0aGF0IGR1cmluZyBt b3N0IG9mIHRoZSB0d2VudGlldGggY2VudHVyeSBkZWNsYXJlZCB2ZXJzZSBhIGR5aW5nIHRl Y2huaXF1ZSwgbm8gb25lIHdvdWxkIGhhdmUgcHJlZGljdGVkIHRoaXMgdmFzdGx5IHBvcHVs YXIgcmV2aXZhbC4gSW4gd2F5cyB0aGF0IEVkbXVuZCBXaWxzb24gY291bGQgbmV2ZXIgaGF2 ZSBmb3Jlc2VlbiwgdmVyc2UgaGFzIGNoYW5nZWQgaW50byBhIGdyb3d0aCBpbmR1c3RyeSwg dGhvdWdoIGl0cyByZWhhYmlsaXRhdGlvbiBoYXMgaGFwcGVuZWQgbW9zdGx5IG9mZiB0aGUg cHJpbnRlZCBwYWdlLiBXaGF0ZXZlciBvbmUgdGhpbmtzIG9mIHRoZSBhcnRpc3RpYyBxdWFs aXR5IG9mIHRoZXNlIG5ldyBwb2V0aWMgZm9ybXMsIG9uZSBtdXN0IGNvbmNlZGUgdGhhdCBh dCB0aGUgdmVyeSBsZWFzdCB0aGV5IHJlYXNzdXJpbmdseSBkZW1vbnN0cmF0ZSB0aGUgYWJp ZGluZyBodW1hbiBuZWVkIGZvciBwb2V0cnkuIFBsZWFzZSBub3RlIHRoYXQgd2hpbGUgYWRt aXJpbmcgdGhlIGVuZXJneSBvZiB0aGUgcmV2aXZhbCwgSSBkbyBub3QgbWFpbnRhaW4gdGhh dCB0aGVzZSBuZXcgZm9ybXMgb2YgcG9wdWxhciB2ZXJzZSByZXByZXNlbnQgdGhlIGJlc3Qg bmV3IHBvZXRyeSBvZiB0aGUgcGVyaW9kLiBJbmRpdmlkdWFsbHkgY29uc2lkZXJlZCBhcyB3 b3JrcyBvZiBsaXRlcmFyeSBhcnQsIG1vc3Qgb2YgdGhpcyB3b3JrIGlzIHVuZGlzdGluZ3Vp c2hlZCBvciB3b3JzZSwgdGhvdWdoIHNvbWUgb2YgaXQgaXMgc21hcnQgYW5kIGxpdmVseS4g Q29sbGVjdGl2ZWx5LCBob3dldmVyLCB0aGUgd29yayBoYXMgZW5vcm1vdXMgaW1wbGljYXRp b25zIGZvciB0aGUgZnV0dXJlIG9mIHBvZXRyeS4gTm90IG9ubHkgZG9lcyBpdCBjYWxsIGlu dG8gcXVlc3Rpb24gbWFueSBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgYXNzdW1wdGlvbnMgYWJvdXQgdGhlIGN1 cnJlbnQgc3RhdGUgb2YgcG9ldHJ5OyB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGFsc28gcmVm bGVjdHMgdGhlIGJyb2FkIGN1bHR1cmFsIGZvcmNlcyB0aGF0IGFyZSBub3cgcmVzaGFwaW5n IGFsbCB0aGUgbGl0ZXJhcnkgYXJ0cy4NDVdoaWxlIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkg aGFzIHJlY2VpdmVkIGltbWVuc2UgY292ZXJhZ2UgZnJvbSB0aGUgZWxlY3Ryb25pYyBtZWRp YSBhbmQgZ2VuZXJhbCBwcmVzcywgaXQgaGFzIGdhcm5lcmVkIHJlbGF0aXZlbHkgbGl0dGxl IGF0dGVudGlvbiBmcm9tIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbHMgYW5kIHZpcnR1YWxseSBub25lIGZyb20g ZXN0YWJsaXNoZWQgcG9ldHJ5IGNyaXRpY3MuIE9uZSBjYW4gdW5kZXJzdGFuZCB0aGUgcmVs dWN0YW5jZSBvZiBhY2FkZW1pYyBjcml0aWNzLiBJZiB0aGV5IGhhdmUgbm90aWNlZCB0aGUg bmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGF0IGFsbCwgdGhleSBpbW1lZGlhdGVseSBzZWUgaG93IGxp dHRsZSBpdCBoYXMgaW4gY29tbW9uIHdpdGggdGhlIGtpbmRzIG9mIHBvZXRyeSB0aGV5IGhh dmUgYmVlbiB0cmFpbmVkIHRvIGNvbnNpZGVyIHdvcnRoeSBvZiBzdHVkeS4gSXQgZG9lcyBu b3QgZ3JvdyBvdXQgb2YgdGhlIGxvbmcgZXN0ZWVtZWQgYW5kIG1ldGljdWxvdXNseSBzdHVk aWVkIGhpZ2gtYXJ0IHRyYWRpdGlvbnMgb2YgQ2xhc3NpY2lzbSwgUm9tYW50aWNpc20sIE1v ZGVybmlzbSwgb3IgUG9zdG1vZGVybmlzbSB0aGF0IGluZm9ybSBtb3N0IGxpdGVyYXJ5IHNj aG9sYXJzaGlwLiBJbiBmYWN0LCBpbiBnZW5lcmFsIHRlcm1zIGl0IGhhcmRseSBzZWVtcyB0 byBjb25uZWN0IHRvIGFueSBjb252ZW50aW9uYWwgYWNhZGVtaWMgbm90aW9uIG9mIGxpdGVy YXJ5IHBvZXRyeS4gV2hhdCBpcyBhIGNvbnNjaWVudGlvdXMgY3JpdGljIHN1cHBvc2VkIHRv IGRvIHdpdGggYW4gRW1pbmVtIG9yIEpheS1aPyBBcyBpbmRpdmlkdWFsIHRleHRzIGZvciBh bmFseXNpcywgU25vb3AgRG9nZ5JzIJNEb2dneSBTdHlsZZQgb3IgV2FsbGFjZSBNY1JhZZJz IJNUaGUgQ293Ym95IEN1cm11ZGdlb26UIG9mZmVyIGEgSGFyb2xkIEJsb29tIG9yIEhlbGVu IFZlbmRsZXIgbGl0dGxlIG9wcG9ydHVuaXR5IHRvIGRpc3BsYXkgdGhlaXIgY3JpdGljYWwg Y2hvcHMuDQ1NZWFud2hpbGUsIG1hc3MgbWVkaWEgY292ZXJhZ2Ugb2YgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1 bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBoYXMgZm9jdXNlZCBvbiB3aGF0IGl0IHVzdWFsbHkgZG9lc5djZWxlYnJp dGllcywgdGhlaXIgYXN0b25pc2hpbmcgdHJpdW1waHMsIHRoZWlyIHJlZ3JldHRhYmxlIGZh bGxzLCBhbmQgdGhlaXIgZXllLXBvcHBpbmcgYW5udWFsIGluY29tZXMuIEluIHRoZSBlbGVj dHJvbmljIG1lZGlhLCBhbGwgc3RvcmllcyB0ZW5kIHRvIGJlIHJlZHVjZWQgdG8gcGVyc29u YWxpdHkgYW5kIGh1bWFuIGRyYW1hl3RvIHRoZSBwZW9wbGUsIHRoYXQgaXMsIHdobyBjYW4g YWN0dWFsbHkgYmUgc2hvd24gb3IgaGVhcmQgb24gdGhlIGFpci4gVGhlIGxpbWl0ZWQgY29t bWVudGFyeSBvbiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IHByb3ZpZGVkIGluIHRoZSBtYXNz IG1lZGlhIGJ5IGludGVsbGVjdHVhbHMgaGFzIGhhYml0dWFsbHkgZm9jdXNlZCBvbiBpZGVv bG9naWNhbCBpc3N1ZXMsIGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgaW4gdGhlIGNhc2Ugb2YgcmFwLCB3aGljaCBo YXMgYmVlbiBleGFtaW5lZCBhbG1vc3QgZW50aXJlbHkgZm9yIGl0cyBzdWJqZWN0IG1hdHRl ciBvciBzb2Npb2xvZ2ljYWwgc2lnbmlmaWNhbmNlLg0NRnJvbSBhIHBvZXSScyBwZXJzcGVj dGl2ZSwgaG93ZXZlciwgYm90aCB0aGUgbWFzcyBtZWRpYSBhbmQgdGhlIGN1bHR1cmUgY3Jp dGljcyBtaXNzIHRoZSBtb3N0IGludGVyZXN0aW5nIGFzcGVjdHMgb2YgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1 bGFyIHBvZXRyeSwgd2hpY2ggaXMgbm90IHRoZSBleHRyYXZhZ2FudCBwZXJzb25hbGl0aWVz IG9mIGl0cyBjcmVhdG9ycyBvciB0aGUgc29jaW9sb2dpY2FsIG5hdHVyZSBvZiBpdHMgY29u dGVudHM7IHJhdGhlciwgaXQgaXMgdGhlIHVudXN1YWwgbWl4dHVyZSBvZiByYWRpY2FsIGlu bm92YXRpb24gYW5kIHVub3J0aG9kb3ggdHJhZGl0aW9uYWxpc20gaW4gdGhlIHN0cnVjdHVy ZSBvZiB0aGUgd29yayBpdHNlbGYgYW5kIHRoZSBtb2RlcyBvZiBpdHMgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2Us IHRyYW5zbWlzc2lvbiwgYW5kIHJlY2VwdGlvbi4gVGhlc2UgYXNwZWN0cyByZXZlYWwgZGVl cCBhbmQgaW5mbHVlbnRpYWwgY2hhbmdlcyBpbiBBbWVyaWNhbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJl IHRoYXQgc2hvdyBtb3JlIGFib3V0IHRoZSBjdXJyZW50IHNpdHVhdGlvbiBvZiBwb2V0cnkg dGhhbiBhbnkgbnVtYmVyIG9mIG1vcmUgYWNhZGVtaWNhbGx5IGZhc2hpb25hYmxlIHN1Ympl Y3RzLg0NSW4gb3JkZXIgdG8gZGlzY3VzcyB0aGVzZSBuZXcgdHJlbmRzLCBob3dldmVyLCBv bmUgbXVzdCBhZGRyZXNzIHR3byBwcmVsaW1pbmFyeSBpc3N1ZXMuIFRoZSBmaXJzdCBjb25j ZXJucyB0ZXJtaW5vbG9neS4gT25lIHRoaW5nIGJlY29tZXMgaW1tZWRpYXRlbHkgY2xlYXIg aW4gY29tcGFyaW5nIHRoZSB2YXJpb3VzIG1vZGVzIG9mIGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBwb2V0cnmX bmFtZWx5LCB0aGUgaW5hZGVxdWFjeSBvZiBvdXIgY29udmVudGlvbmFsIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHZv Y2FidWxhcnkuIFRoZSBnZW5lcmFsIHRlcm0gcG9ldHJ5LCBmb3IgZXhhbXBsZSwgbm93IGVu Y29tcGFzc2VzIHNvIG1hbnkgZGl2ZXJzZSBhbmQgb2Z0ZW4gaXJyZWNvbmNpbGFibGUgYXJ0 aXN0aWMgZW50ZXJwcmlzZXMgdGhhdCBpdCBvZnRlbiBwcm92ZXMgaW5zdWZmaWNpZW50IHRv IGRpc3Rpbmd1aXNoIHRoZSBjcml0aWNhbCBpc3N1ZXMgYXQgc3Rha2UuIFRoaXMgZXNzYXkg d2lsbCB1c2UgdGhlIHRlcm0gcG9ldHJ5IGluIGFuIGFsbC1pbmNsdXNpdmUgc2Vuc2UgdG8g aW5jbHVkZSBhbGwgdGhlIGZvcm1zIG9mIHZlcnNll3dyaXR0ZW4gb3Igb3JhbJd0aGF0IHNo YXBlIGxhbmd1YWdlIGZvciBsaXRlcmFyeSBlZmZlY3QuIFRoZSB0ZXJtIGlzIHVzZWQgYXMg YSBuZXV0cmFsIGRlc2NyaXB0aW9uIHdpdGhvdXQgaW1wdXRpbmcgYW55IGxpdGVyYXJ5IHZh bHVlIG9uIHRoZSBvYmplY3Qgb3Igb2JqZWN0cyB0byB3aGljaCBpdCByZWZlcnMuIEJ1dCwg aW4gb3JkZXIgdG8gZGlzdGluZ3Vpc2ggYW5kIGNvbXBhcmUgdGhlIGZ1bmRhbWVudGFsbHkg ZGlmZmVyZW50IGZvcm1zIG9mIHZlcnNlIG5vdyBiZWluZyBwcmFjdGljZWQsIHRoZXJlIHdp bGwgb2Z0ZW4gYmUgYSBuZWVkIHRvIHF1YWxpZnkgdGhlIHRlcm0gcG9ldHJ5IHdpdGggYSBj cnVjaWFsIGFkamVjdGl2ZS4gVGhlIGdlbmVyYWwgaGVhZGluZyBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkg d2lsbCBiZSB1c2VkIHRvIGVuY29tcGFzcyBhbGwgd3JpdHRlbiwgaGlnaC1hcnQgcG9ldHJ5 IG9mIHdoYXRldmVyIHNjaG9vbC4gTGlrZXdpc2UgdGhlIHRlcm0gcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkg aGFzIGFscmVhZHkgYmVlbiB1c2VkIHRvIGRpc2N1c3MgdGhlIG5ldyBmb3JtcyBvZiB2ZXJz ZSB0aGF0IGhhdmUgZW1lcmdlZCBvdXRzaWRlIHRoZSBvZmZpY2lhbCBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0 dXJlLiBXaHkgc3VjaCB0ZXJtcyBhcmUgbmVlZGVkIHdpbGwgcXVpY2tseSBiZWNvbWUgZXZp ZGVudCB3aGVuIGV4YW1pbmluZyByZWNlbnQgZGV2ZWxvcG1lbnRzIGluIEFtZXJpY2FuIHBv ZXRyeS4NDVRoZSBzZWNvbmQgcHJlbGltaW5hcnkgaXNzdWUgaW52b2x2ZXMgZXZhbHVhdGlv bi4gVGhlIGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgd29ybGQgaXMgZXh0cmFvcmRpbmFyaWx5IHBh cnRpc2FuLiBBIGNyaXRpYyBpcyBub3Qgc3VwcG9zZWQgdG8gZGlzY3VzcyBuZXcgcG9ldHJ5 IHdpdGhvdXQgb3ZlcnRseSBwcmFpc2luZyBvciBjYXRlZ29yaWNhbGx5IGNvbmRlbW5pbmcg aXQuIEJ1dCBpcyB0aGVyZSBub3QgYSBuZWVkIHNvbWV0aW1lcyBtZXJlbHkgdG8gYW5hbHl6 ZSBhbmQgZGVzY3JpYmUgd2hhdCBvbmUgZmluZHMgaW4gbmV1dHJhbCB0ZXJtcz8gQW5kIGlz bpJ0IHN1Y2ggYSBkaXNwYXNzaW9uYXRlIHZpZXcgZXNwZWNpYWxseSBpbXBvcnRhbnQgd2l0 aCBjb250cm92ZXJzaWFsIGFuZCBwb2xhcml6aW5nIG5ldyBwaGVub21lbmEgbGlrZSByYXAg YW5kIHBvZXRyeSBzbGFtcz8gVGhlIGV2YWx1YXRpb24gb2YgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBv ZXRyeSBpcyBhbiBpbnRlcmVzdGluZyBpc3N1ZSwgYnV0IGl0IGxpZXMgb3V0c2lkZSB0aGUg c2NvcGUgb2YgdGhpcyBlc3NheS4gV2hhdCBpcyBtb3N0IHVyZ2VudGx5IG5lZWRlZCBub3cg aXMgYW4gYWNjdXJhdGUgZGVzY3JpcHRpb24gb2Ygd2hhdCBpcyBoYXBwZW5pbmcgaW4gYm90 aCBwb3B1bGFyIGFuZCBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnmXYW4gdXAtdG8tZGF0ZSByb2FkIG1hcCBv ZiBBbWVyaWNhbiBwb2V0cnksIG5vdCBhIE1pY2hlbGluIGRpbmluZyBndWlkZS4NDUlJSS4g VGhlIE5ldyBPcmFsIFBvZXRyeQ0NU2lnaHQgaXNvbGF0ZXMsIHNvdW5kIGluY29ycG9yYXRl cy4Nl1dhbHRlciBPbmcNDUlmIG9uZSBleGFtaW5lcyB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5 IGluIG1vcmUgdGhhbiBhIGN1cnNvcnkgZmFzaGlvbiwgb25lIG5vdGljZXMgc2V2ZXJhbCBz aWduaWZpY2FudCB3YXlzIGluIHdoaWNoIGl0IGRlcGFydHMgZnJvbSB0aGUgYXNzdW1wdGlv bnMgb2YgbWFpbnN0cmVhbSBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlLiBUaGVyZSBhcmUgYXQgbGVhc3Qg Zm91ciBmdW5kYW1lbnRhbCB3YXlzIGluIHdoaWNoIGl0IGRpZmZlcnMgZnJvbSB0cmFkaXRp b25hbCBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkuIFRoZXNlIHJhZGljYWwgZGlmZmVyZW5jZXMgcmV2ZWFs IGNydWNpYWwgY2hhbmdlcyBpbiBBbWVyaWNhbiBjdWx0dXJlLg0NVGhlIG1vc3Qgc2lnbmlm aWNhbnQgZmFjdCBhYm91dCB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIHRoYXQgaXQgaXMg cHJlZG9taW5hbnRseSBvcmFsLiBUaGUgcG9ldCBhbmQgYXVkaWVuY2UgdXN1YWxseSBjb21t dW5pY2F0ZSB3aXRob3V0IHRoZSBtZWRpYXRpb24gb2YgYSB0ZXh0LiBSYXAgaXMgcGVyZm9y bWVkIGFsb3VkIHRvIGFuIGVsYWJvcmF0ZSwgc2FtcGxlZCByaHl0aG0gdHJhY2suIENvd2Jv eSBwb2V0cnkgaXMgdHJhZGl0aW9uYWxseSByZWNpdGVkIGZyb20gbWVtb3J5LiBQb2V0cnkg c2xhbXMgY29uc2lzdCBvZiBsaXZlIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNll3NvbWV0aW1lcyBmcm9tIGEgdGV4 dCwgbW9yZSBvZnRlbiBmcm9tIG1lbW9yeS4gVG8gbGl0ZXJhcnkgcGVvcGxlIHdob3NlIG5v dGlvbiBvZiBwb2V0cnkgaGFzIGJlZW4gc2hhcGVkIGJ5IHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUsIHRoaXMg b3JhbCBtb2RlIG9mIHRyYW5zbWlzc2lvbiBwcm9iYWJseSBzZWVtcyBib3RoIHN0cmlraW5n bHkgcHJpbWl0aXZlIGFuZCBhbGFybWluZ2x5IGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeS4gSXQgaGVhcmtlbnMg YmFjayB0byBwb2V0cnmScyBvcmlnaW5zIGFzIGFuIG9yYWwgYXJ0IGZvcm0gaW4gcHJlbGl0 ZXJhdGUgY3VsdHVyZXMsIGFuZCBpdCBzdWdnZXN0cyBob3cgdGVsZXZpc2lvbiwgdGVsZXBo b25lcywgcmVjb3JkaW5ncywgYW5kIHJhZGlvIGhhdmUgYnJvdWdodCBtb3N0IEFtZXJpY2Fu c5djb25zY2lvdXNseSBvciB1bmNvbnNjaW91c2x5l2ludG8gYSBuZXcgZm9ybSBvZiBvcmFs IGN1bHR1cmUuDQ1Db252ZW50aW9uYWwgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LCBtZXRpY3Vsb3VzbHkg Y29tcG9zZWQgYXMgd3JpdHRlbiBsYW5ndWFnZSwgcHVibGlzaGVkIGluIGJvb2tzIGFuZCBq b3VybmFscywgYW5kIGV2YWx1YXRlZCBhZ2FpbnN0IGEgY2Fub24gb2YgcHJpbnRlZCB0ZXh0 cywgY291bGQgbm90IGJlIG1vcmUgZGlmZmVyZW50IGZyb20gdGhlc2Ugc3Bva2VuIGFuZCBz b21ldGltZXMgZXZlbiBpbXByb3Zpc2F0b3J5IGZvcm1zLiBNdWNoIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9w dWxhciBwb2V0cnkgaXMgbmV2ZXIgd3JpdHRlbiBkb3duOyBpdCBleGlzdHMgb25seSBhcyBz b3VuZHMgc2hhcGVkIGluIHRoZSBhaXIuIFdoZW4gdGhlcmUgaXMgYSB0ZXh0LCBpdCB3YXMg b2Z0ZW4gY3JlYXRlZCBwb3N0IGZhY3R1bSBieSB0cmFuc2NyaWJpbmcgYSByZWNvcmRlZCBw ZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBmcm9tIGF1ZGlvLSBvciB2aWRlb3RhcGUuDQ1PbmUgaHVuZHJlZCB5ZWFy cyBhZ28gaW4gQW1lcmljYSwgdGhlcmUgd2FzIGFsc28gYSB0aHJpdmluZyB0cmFkaXRpb24g b2YgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkuIEEgaHVnZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBleGlzdGVkIGZvciB2ZXJzZSB3 aG8gcmVhZCBpdCBpbiBuZXdzcGFwZXJzLCBtYWdhemluZXMsIHBhbXBobGV0cywgYm9va3Mg YW5kIGFsbWFuYWNzLiBBIGJlc3Qtc2VsbGluZyBwb2V0IGxpa2UgSmFtZXMgV2hpdGNvbWIg UmlsZXkgbm90IG9ubHkgY29tbWFuZGVkIGEgbWFzcyBmb2xsb3dpbmc7IGhlIHdhcyBhIHB1 YmxpYyBmaWd1cmUgd2hvIGRpbmVkIGF0IHRoZSBXaGl0ZSBIb3VzZSBhbmQgc2F3IGhpcyBi aXJ0aGRheSBiZWNvbWUgYW4gSW5kaWFuYSBTdGF0ZSBob2xpZGF5LiBUaGUgbm92ZWx0eSBv ZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIG5vdCBpdHMgbWFzcyBhcHBlYWw7IHRoYXQg d2FzIGEgY29tbW9ucGxhY2UgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gY3VsdHVyZSBpbiB0aGUgbGF0ZSBuaW5l dGVlbnRoIGNlbnR1cnkuIFdoYXQgaXMgc3RyaWtpbmdseSBpbm5vdmF0aXZlIG9mIHRoZXNl IGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBmb3JtcyBhcmUgdGhlaXIgbWVhbnMgb2YgdHJhbnNtaXNzaW9uLCB3 aGljaCBhbG1vc3QgZW50aXJlbHkgYXZvaWQgdGhlIGFwcGFyYXR1cyBvZiBwcmludCBjdWx0 dXJlLiBGb3IgdGhlIGZpcnN0IHRpbWUgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gaGlzdG9yeSwgYSBwb2V0IGNh biByZWFjaCBhIG5hdGlvbmFsIGF1ZGllbmNlIHdpdGhvdXQgdGhlIHVzZSBvZiBib29rcywg bWFnYXppbmVzLCBuZXdzcGFwZXJzLCBwdWJsaXNoZXJzLCBib29rc3RvcmVzLCBhbmQgbGli cmFyaWVzLiBJbnN0ZWFkIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgdXNlcyB0aGUgYXBwYXJh dHVzIG9mIHRoZSBtdXNpY2FsIGVudGVydGFpbm1lbnQgd29ybGSXcmVjb3JkaW5ncywgcmFk aW8sIGNvbmNlcnQgaGFsbHMsIG5pZ2h0Y2x1YnMsIGF1ZGl0b3JpdW1zLCBiYXJzLCBhbmQg ZmVzdGl2YWxzLiANDVRoZSBzaGlmdCBmcm9tIHdyaXR0ZW4gdG8gb3JhbCBwcmVzZW50YXRp b24gaGFzIHNpZ25pZmljYW50IGltcGxpY2F0aW9ucy4gVGhlIG9yYWwgbmF0dXJlIG9mIHRo ZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgbm90IG9ubHkgZGVtb25zdHJhdGVzIGhvdyBlbGVjdHJv bmljIG1lZGlhIGxpa2UgdGVsZXZpc2lvbiwgcmFkaW8sIGFuZCByZWNvcmRpbmdzIGhhdmUg dHJhbnNmb3JtZWQgdGhlIHdheXMgaW4gd2hpY2ggaW1hZ2luYXRpdmUgbGl0ZXJhdHVyZSBj YW4gbm93IGJlIHRyYW5zZmVycmVkOyBpdCBhbHNvIHN1Z2dlc3RzIGhvdyBkZWVwbHkgdGhv c2UgbWVkaWEgaGF2ZSBjaGFuZ2VkIHRoZSBmb3JtcyBvZiBsaXRlcmF0dXJlIGl0c2VsZi4g SnVzdCBhcyBFdXJvcGVhbiBsaXRlcmF0dXJlIGNoYW5nZWQgdHdvIGFuZCBhIGhhbGYgbWls bGVubmlhIGFnbyBhcyBpdCBtb3ZlZCBmcm9tIG9yYWwgdG8gd3JpdHRlbiBjdWx0dXJlLCBz byBoYXMgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgdHJhbnNmb3JtZWQgaXRzZWxmIGFzIGl0IG1vdmVzIGZy b20gcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSB0byBvdXIgYXVkaW8tdmlzdWFsIGN1bHR1cmUgaW4gd2hpY2gg d3JpdGluZyBleGlzdHMgYnV0IGlzIG5vIGxvbmdlciB0aGUgcHJpbWFyeSBtZWFucyBvZiBw dWJsaWMgZGlzY291cnNlLg0NQXMgcmVhZGVycyB0dXJuIGludG8gdmlld2VycyBhbmQgbGlz dGVuZXJzLCB0aGV5IG5hdHVyYWxseSBhcHByb2FjaCB0aGUgbmV3IHBvZXRyeSBpbiB3YXlz IGNvbmRpdGlvbmVkIGJ5IHRlbGV2aXNpb24gYW5kIHJhZGlvLiBUaGlzIGVwaXN0ZW1vbG9n aWNhbCBjaGFuZ2UsIHRvIHF1b3RlIE5laWwgUG9zdG1hbiBhZ2FpbiwgYWZmZWN0cyB0aGUg k21lYW5pbmcsIHRleHR1cmUsIGFuZCB2YWx1ZXOUIG9mIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGRpc2NvdXJzZS4g Tm90IGxlYXN0IGltcG9ydGFudCwgaXQgdHJhbnNmb3JtcyB0aGUgaWRlbnRpdHkgb2YgdGhl IGF1dGhvciBmcm9tIHdyaXRlciB0byBlbnRlcnRhaW5lciwgZnJvbSBhbiBpbnZpc2libGUg Y3JlYXRvciBvZiB0eXBvZ3JhcGhpYyBsYW5ndWFnZSB0byBhIHBoeXNpY2FsIHByZXNlbmNl IHBlcmZvcm1pbmcgYWxvdWQuIFBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHBvZXRyeSBhbmQgdGhlIHBvZXRyeSBz bGFtLCBmb3IgaW5zdGFuY2UsIG93ZSBhdCBsZWFzdCBhcyBtdWNoIHRvIHRoZSB0cmFkaXRp b24gb2Ygc3RhbmQtdXAgY29tZWR5IGFuZCBpbXByb3Zpc2F0b3J5IHRoZWF0ZXIgYXMgdGhl eSBkbyB0byBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkuIFJvbGFuZCBCYXJ0aGVzLCBhIGNyZWF0dXJlIG9m IHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUsIHNhdyB0aGUgd29ybGQgYXMgYSB0ZXh0IGFuZCBhbm5vdW5jZWQg k3RoZSBkZWF0aCBvZiB0aGUgYXV0aG9yLpQgQW55b25lIGF0dGVudGl2ZSB0byB0aGUgbmV3 IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IHNlZXMgdGhlIGFudGl0aGVzaXOXdGhlIGRlYXRoIG9mIHRoZSB0 ZXh0LiBBbWVyaWNhbiBjdWx0dXJlIGNvbmRpdGlvbmVkIGJ5IGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgbWVkaWEg YW5kIGEgY2VsZWJyaXR5IGN1bHR1cmUgYmFzZWQgb24gcGVyc29uYWxpdGllcyBoYXMgZ2l2 ZW4gYmlydGggdG8gYSBuZXcga2luZCBvZiBhdXRob3IsIHRoZSBhbXBsaWZpZWQgYmFyZC4N DQ1JVi4gSW5ub3ZhdGlvbiBmcm9tIHRoZSBNYXJnaW5zDQ1UaGUgbmV4dCBzaWduaWZpY2Fu dCBmYWN0IGlzIHRoYXQgdGhlc2UgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgZm9ybXMgZW1lcmdlZCBlbnRpcmVs eSBvdXRzaWRlIGVzdGFibGlzaGVkIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGxpZmUgYW5kIHdlcmUgaW5pdGlhbGx5 IGRldmVsb3BlZCBieSBpbmRpdmlkdWFscyBtYXJnaW5hbGl6ZWQgYnkgaW50ZWxsZWN0dWFs IGFuZCBhY2FkZW1pYyBzb2NpZXR5LiBSYXAgd2FzIHRoZSBjcmVhdGlvbiBvZiB1cmJhbiBB ZnJpY2FuLUFtZXJpY2FuIG1hbGVzLiBJdCBzdGFydGVkIGluIHRoZSBXZXN0IEJyb254IGlu IHRoZSAxOTcwcyAocmVwb3J0ZWRseSB0aGUgY3JlYXRpb24gb2YgQ29vbCBIZXJjLCBhIEph bWFpY2FuIERKKSwgcmFwaWRseSBzcHJlYWQgdGhyb3VnaCBtZXRyb3BvbGl0YW4gTmV3IFlv cmsgYW5kIE5ldyBKZXJzZXksIGFuZCBzb29uIGJlY2FtZSBuYXRpb25hbC4gUXVpY2tseSBj b21tZXJjaWFsaXplZCBhbmQgZGlzdHJpYnV0ZWQgYnkgcmVjb3JkaW5nIGNvbXBhbmllcywg cmFwIGlzIG5vdyBhbiBpbnRlcm5hdGlvbmFsIGZvcm0gd2hpY2ggb25lIGlzIGFzIGxpa2Vs eSB0byBlbmNvdW50ZXIgaW4gRmlubmlzaCBvciBCZW5nYWxpIGFzIGluIEVuZ2xpc2guIFVu c3Vic2lkaXplZCBhbmQgdW5zdXBwb3J0ZWQgYnkgdGhlIG9mZmljaWFsIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGN1 bHR1cmUsIGl0IGhhcyB0aHJpdmVkLiBJbiBtb3N0IHllYXJzIGl0IHJhbmtzIGFzIG9uZSBv ZiB0aGUgdG9wIHR3byBiZXN0LXNlbGxpbmcgc2VnbWVudHMgb2YgY29tbWVyY2lhbCByZWNv cmRpbmdzLg0NQ293Ym95IHBvZXRyeSByZXByZXNlbnRzIHRoZSBzdXJ2aXZhbCBvZiB0aGUg dmVyc2UgYW5kIHNvbmdzIHRoYXQgV2VzdGVybiBjYXR0bGUgZHJpdmVycyBjb21wb3NlZCBh bmQgcGVyZm9ybWVkIHRvIGVudGVydGFpbiB0aGVtc2VsdmVzIG9uIHRoZSByYW5nZS4gVG8g YSBNYW5oYXR0YW4gY3Jvd2QsIHRoaXMgZm9ybSBtYXkgc3VtbW9uIHVwIGNvcm55IGNpbmVt YXRpYyBpbWFnZXMgb2YgR2VuZSBBdXRyeSBhbmQgUm95IFJvZ2VycywgYnV0IHBvZXRyeSBp cyBhbiBhdXRoZW50aWMgcnVyYWwgdHJhZGl0aW9uLiBQYXN0b3JhbCBwZW9wbGUgaGF2ZSB0 cmFkaXRpb25hbGx5IHZhbHVlZCBwb2V0cnkgYXMgYW4gYW5vZHluZSBhZ2FpbnN0IHRoZSBs b25lbGluZXNzIGFuZCBpc29sYXRpb24gaW5oZXJlbnQgaW4gdGhlaXIgbGl2ZXOXdGhlIHNo ZXBoZXJkLCBpbiBmYWN0LCBoYXMgbG9uZyBiZWVuIHRoZSBXZXN0ZXJuIHN5bWJvbCBvZiB0 aGUgcG9ldC4gQSAxOTg1IGdhdGhlcmluZyBpbiBFbGtvLCBOZXZhZGEsIG9yZ2FuaXplZCBi eSBmb2xrbG9yaXN0IEhhbCBDYW5ub24sIHdhcyBpbnRlbmRlZCB0byBjZWxlYnJhdGUgd2hh dCBtYW55IHRob3VnaHQgYSBkeWluZyB0cmFkaXRpb24gYnkgYnJpbmdpbmcgYSBncm91cCBv ZiB0aGVzZSBpc29sYXRlZCBwb2V0cyB0b2dldGhlciBmb3IgdGhlIGZpcnN0IHRpbWUuIFRo ZSBnYXRoZXJpbmcgd2FzIHNvIHN1Y2Nlc3NmdWwgdGhhdCBpdCByZXZpdGFsaXplZCB0aGUg Zm9ybS4gVGhlcmUgYXJlIG5vdyBvdmVyIG9uZSBodW5kcmVkIGZpZnR5IHdpZGVseS1hdHRl bmRlZCBmZXN0aXZhbHMgb2YgY293Ym95IHBvZXRyeSBpbiBXZXN0ZXJuIEFtZXJpY2EgYXR0 cmFjdGluZyBodWdlIGF1ZGllbmNlcyBhcyB3ZWxsIGFzIHByb2R1Y2luZyBhIHN0ZWFkeSBz dHJlYW0gb2YgYW50aG9sb2dpZXMsIGJvb2tzLCB0YXBlcywgYW5kIHZpZGVvcy4NDVBvZXRy eSBzbGFtcyBhcmUgYW4gdXJiYW4gcGhlbm9tZW5vbi4gVGhlcmUgaXMgc29tZSBkZWJhdGUg b3ZlciB0aGVpciBnZW5lc2lzLCBidXQgdGhlIGJlc3QgZ3Vlc3MgaXMgdGhhdCB0aGUgcG9l dCBNYXJjIFNtaXRoIGJlZ2FuIHRoZW0gaW4gMTk4NZd0aGUgc2FtZSB5ZWFyIGFzIHRoZSBF bGtvIGZlc3RpdmFsl2F0IHRoZSBHcmVlbiBNaWxsLCBhIENoaWNhZ28gYmFyLiBTbGFtcyBh cmUgaGFyZCB0byBjaGFyYWN0ZXJpemUgaW4gc3RyaWN0bHkgbGl0ZXJhcnkgdGVybXMgYmVj YXVzZSB0aGUgZm9ybSBlbmNvbXBhc3NlcyB0aGUgd29yayBvZiBhbnlvbmUgaW4gYSBiYXIg b3IgY2Fm6SB3aXRoIGVub3VnaCBuZXJ2ZSAob3IgYWxjb2hvbCkgdG8gZ2V0IHVwIHRvIHJl Y2l0ZSBvcmlnaW5hbCB2ZXJzZSB0byB0aGUgY3Jvd2QuIFRoZSBtb3N0IHNpZ25pZmljYW50 IGZlYXR1cmUgb2YgdGhpcyBuZXcgbWVkaXVtLCBob3dldmVyLCBpcyBub3QgdGhlIHBvZXRy eSBidXQgdGhlIGZvcm1hdC4gVGhlIHBvZW1zIGFyZSB0eXBpY2FsbHkgcGVyZm9ybWVkIGlu IGNvbXBldGl0aW9uIGFuZCBqdWRnZWQgYnkgdGhlIGF1ZGllbmNlIG9yIGEgcmVwcmVzZW50 YXRpdmUganVyeZdhbiBhcnJhbmdlbWVudCB0aGF0IGJvdGggU29waG9jbGVzIGFuZCBQaW5k YXIgd291bGQgZmluZCBxdWl0ZSBuYXR1cmFsIGJ1dCB3aGljaCB3b3VsZCBiZSBhcyB1bnVz dWFsIGF0IGFuIGFjYWRlbWljIHBvZXRyeSBmZXN0aXZhbCBhcyBhIGJhdGhpbmctc3VpdCBj b21wZXRpdGlvbi4gDQ1OZWVkbGVzcyB0byBzYXksIG5vIGdyYWR1YXRlIHdyaXRpbmcgcHJv Z3JhbSBoYXMgc3RlcHBlZCBmb3J3YXJkIHRvIHRha2UgY3JlZGl0IGZvciBhbnkgb2YgdGhl c2UgbmV3IG1vdmVtZW50cywgd2hvc2Ugc3R5bGVzLCBzdWJqZWN0cywgYW5kIGZvcm1hdHMg Y29udHJhZGljdCBtYW55IG9mIHRoZSBhc3N1bXB0aW9ucyBvZiBzdGFuZGFyZCBsaXRlcmFy eSBwb2V0cnkuIFRoZSB0ZXJtIJNDb3dib3kgUG9ldHJ5lCBzdGlsbCBlbGljaXRzIHNuaWNr ZXJzIGZyb20gbGl0ZXJhdGksIGFuZCBtb3N0IHByb2Zlc3NvcnMgYnJpc3RsZSBhdCB0aGUg bWVyZSBub3Rpb24gdGhhdCByYXAgaXMgYSBsaXRlcmFyeSBmb3JtLiBJc3N1ZXMgb2YgY2xh c3MsIHJhY2UsIGFuZCBhZ2UgYWxzbyBjb250cmlidXRlIHRvIHRoZXNlIGF0dGl0dWRlcywg ZXNwZWNpYWxseSB0b3dhcmQgaGlwLWhvcCBjdWx0dXJlLiBOb3IgYXJlIHRoZSBvcmlnaW5z IG9mIHRoZXNlIGZvcm1zIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbGx5IHJlc3BlY3RhYmxlIGluIGFjYWRlbWlj IHRlcm1zLiBBcyBtb3N0IHJhcHBlcnMgbmV2ZXIgY2Vhc2UgdG8gcmVtaW5kIHRoZWlyIGF1 ZGllbmNlLCB0aGV5IGFyZSCTZ2FuZ3N0YXMslCB3aG8gY29leGlzdCB3aXRoIHRoZSBjcmlt aW5hbCBjbGFzcy4gQXMgdGhlIG9iaXR1YXJpZXMgb2YgbXVyZGVyZWQgcmFwcGVycyBsaWtl IFR1cGFjIFNoYWt1ciwgdGhlIE5vdG9yaW91cyBCLkkuRy4sIFNjb3R0IExhUm9jaywgYW5k IEphbSBNYXN0ZXIgSmF5IGNvbmZpcm0sIHRoaXMgaXMgbm8gZW1wdHkgYm9hc3QuDQ1WLiBS ZW5vdmF0aW9uIGZyb20gdGhlIE1hcmdpbnMNDUFjb3VzdGljIHJoeXRobSBpcyBhIGNvbXBv bmVudCBvZiB0aGUgcmVmbGV4ZXMgb2YgdGhlIGNlbnRyYWwgbmVydm91cyBzeXN0ZW0sIGEg YmlvbG9naWNhbCBmb3JjZSBvZiBwcmltZSBpbXBvcnRhbmNlIHRvIG9yYWxpdHkuDZdFcmlj IEhhdmVsb2NrDQ1UaGUgdGhpcmQgaW50ZXJlc3RpbmcgZmVhdHVyZSBvZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBv cHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIHRoYXQgaXQgaXMgb3ZlcndoZWxtaW5nbHksIGluZGVlZCBjaGFy YWN0ZXJpc3RpY2FsbHksIGZvcm1hbC4gVHdlbnR5IHllYXJzIGFnbyBpdCB3YXMgYSBjcml0 aWNhbCBwaWV0eSB0aGF0IHJoeW1lIGFuZCBtZXRlciB3ZXJlIG9ic29sZXRlIHBvZXRpYyB0 ZWNobmlxdWVzLCBkaXNjcmVkaXRlZCBlbGl0aXN0IGFuZCBFdXJvcGVhbiBmb3JtcyB0aGF0 IGhhZCBubyBwbGFjZSBpbiB0aGUgZGVtb2NyYXRpYyBmdXR1cmUgb2YgQW1lcmljYW4gbGl0 ZXJhdHVyZS4gVmVyc2UgbmFycmF0aXZlIHdhcyBoZWxkIGluIG9ubHkgc2xpZ2h0bHkgbGVz cyBjb250ZW1wdC4gVGhlIE1vZGVybmlzdCBtb3ZlbWVudCwgaXQgd2FzIGZlbHQsIGhhZCBk ZW1vbnN0cmF0ZWQgdGhhdCBzdG9yeXRlbGxpbmcgaGFkIGxpdHRsZSBwbGFjZSBpbiB0aGUg bHlyaWMgbWFuZGF0ZSBvZiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LiBObyBhbGVydCBjcml0aWMg d291bGQgcmlzayB0aGF0IGFyZ3VtZW50IHRvZGF5l25vdCBvbmx5IGJlY2F1c2Ugb2YgdGhl IGVtZXJnZW5jZSBvZiBOZXcgRm9ybWFsaXNtIGFuZCBOZXcgTmFycmF0aXZlIGluIGxpdGVy YXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBidXQgYWxzbyBiZWNhdXNlIG9mIHRoZSBpbW1lbnNlIHN1Y2Nlc3Mgb2Yg cmFwIGFuZCBvdGhlciBmb3JtcyBvZiBwb3B1bGFyIHZlcnNlLiBXaGlsZSB0aGUgcmV2aXZh bCBvZiBmb3JtIGFuZCBuYXJyYXRpdmUgYW1vbmcgeW91bmcgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHMgY291 bGQgYmUgZGlzbWlzc2VkIGJ5IGNyaXRpY2FsIHRhc3RlbWFrZXJzIGFzIGJlbmlnaHRlZCBh bnRpcXVhcmlhbmlzbSBhbmQgaW50ZWxsZWN0dWFsIHByZXRlbnNpb24sIGl0cyB1bml2ZXJz YWwgYWRvcHRpb24gYXMgdGhlIHByb3NvZHktb2YtY2hvaWNlIGJ5IGRpc2VuZnJhbmNoaXNl ZCB1cmJhbiBibGFja3MgYW5kIG1hcmdpbmFsaXplZCBXZXN0ZXJuIGFncmljdWx0dXJhbCB3 b3JrZXJzIHdhcyBpbXBvc3NpYmxlIHRvIGRpc21pc3MgaW4gc3VjaCBzaW1wbGlzdGljIGlk ZW9sb2dpY2FsIHRlcm1zLiBTb21ldGhpbmcgaW1wb3J0YW50IHdhcyBjbGVhcmx5IGhhcHBl bmluZyBpbiB0aGUgY3VsdHVyZS4NDVRoZSBuZWFybHkgdW5pdmVyc2FsIGNyaXRpY2FsIGJp YXMgYWdhaW5zdCByaHltZSBhbmQgbWV0ZXIgYXMgcmVjZW50bHkgYXMgdGVuIHllYXJzIGFn bywgZXNwZWNpYWxseSBpbiB1bml2ZXJzaXR5IHdyaXRpbmcgcHJvZ3JhbXMsIGluZGljYXRl cyBob3cgZGlzdGFudCB0aGUgcG9ldHMgaW4gYSBwcmludCBjdWx0dXJlIGhhZCBiZWNvbWUg ZnJvbSB0aGUgb3JhbGl0eSBvZiB2ZXJzZS4gVGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSByZW1p bmRzIGxpdGVyYXRpIHRoYXQgYXVkaXRvcnkgcG9ldHJ5IHZpcnR1YWxseSBhbHdheXMgZW1w bG95cyBhcHByZWhlbnNpYmxlIGZvcm1hbCBwYXR0ZXJucyB0byBzaGFwZSBpdHMgbGFuZ3Vh Z2UuIFRoaXMgcnVsZSBub3Qgb25seSBob2xkcyB0cnVlIGluIHByaW1hcnkgb3JhbCBjdWx0 dXJlcyB3aXRob3V0IHdyaXRpbmcgYW5kIGluIHNjcmliYWwgbGl0ZXJhcnkgdHJhZGl0aW9u cyBsaWtlIG1lZGlldmFsIEV1cm9wZSBvciBpbXBlcmlhbCBDaGluYSB3aGVyZSB3cml0dGVu IHZlcnNlIHdhcyBjb21wb3NlZCB0byBiZSByZWFkIGFsb3VkOyBpdCBhbHNvIGFwcGxpZXMg dG8gc2Vjb25kYXJ5IG9yYWwgY3VsdHVyZXMgbGlrZSBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgbWFpbnN0cmVh bSBBbWVyaWNhIHdoZXJlIHBvcHVsYXIgdmVyc2UgaXMgbm93IHRyYW5zbWl0dGVkIHdpdGhv dXQgd3JpdHRlbiB0ZXh0cy4NDVRoZSBzcGVjaWZpYyB3YXlzIHRoYXQgc3BlZWNoIGlzIHNo YXBlZCBpbnRvIHBvZXRyeSBkaWZmZXIgZnJvbSBsYW5ndWFnZSB0byBsYW5ndWFnZSwgYnV0 IHRoZSBwcmFjdGljZSBvZiBhcnJhbmdpbmcgc29tZSBhdWRpdG9yaWx5IGFwcHJlaGVuc2li bGUgZmVhdHVyZSBzdWNoIGFzIHN0cmVzcywgdG9uZSwgcXVhbnRpdHksIGFsbGl0ZXJhdGlv biwgc3lsbGFibGUgY291bnQsIG9yIHN5bnRheCBpbnRvIGEgcmVndWxhciBwYXR0ZXJuIGlz IHNvIHVuaXZlcnNhbCB0aGF0IGl0IHN1Z2dlc3RzIHRoYXQgdGhlcmUgaXMgc29tZXRoaW5n IHByaW1hbCBhbmQgaW5lcmFkaWNhYmxlIGF0IHdvcmsuIE1ldHJpY2FsIHNwZWVjaCBub3Qg b25seSBwcm9kdWNlcyBzb21lIGhlaWdodGVuZWQgZm9ybSBvZiBhdHRlbnRpb24gdGhhdCBp bmNyZWFzZXMgbW5lbW9uaWMgcmV0ZW50aW9uOyBpdCBhbHNvIHNlZW1zIHRvIHByb3ZpZGUg aW5uYXRlIHBoeXNpY2FsIHBsZWFzdXJlIGluIGJvdGggdGhlIGF1ZGl0b3IgYW5kIG9yYXRv ci4gVHlwb2dyYXBoaWMgcG9ldHJ5IG1heSBwcm92aWRlIG90aGVyIHBsZWFzdXJlcywgYnV0 IGl0IGNhbm5vdCByZXdpcmUgdGhlIGNpcmN1aXRyeSBvZiB0aGUgaHVtYW4gYXVkaXRvcnkg cGVyY2VwdGlvbiB0byBjaGFuZ2UgYSBtaWxsaW9uIHllYXJzIG9mIHByZWxpdGVyYXRlLCBz ZW5zb3J5IGV2b2x1dGlvbiBhbmQgcGVybWFuZW50bHkgYmxvY2sgdGhlIHJlY2VwdG9ycyB0 aGF0IHJlc3BvbmQgdG8gYXVkaXRvcnkgZm9ybS4NDVRoZSBzcGVjaWZpYyBmb3JtYWwgZmVh dHVyZXMgb2YgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBkZXNlcnZlIGNsb3NlIGV4YW1pbmF0 aW9uLCBob3dldmVyLCBiZWNhdXNlIHRoZXkgYXJlIG5vdCB0aGUgdHJhZGl0aW9uYWwgZm9y bXMgb2YgRW5nbGlzaCBoaWdoLWFydCBwb2V0cnkuIFJhcCBoYXMgZGV2ZWxvcGVkIHNvIHJh cGlkbHkgdGhhdCBpdCBub3cgdXNlcyBhIHZhcmlldHkgb2YgbWV0cmljYWwgZm9ybXMsIGJ1 dCBpdCBpcyBmYXNjaW5hdGluZyB0byBhbmFseXplIHNvbWUgb2YgdGhlIGVhcmx5IHdvcmsg dGhhdCBlc3RhYmxpc2hlZCB0aGUgZ2VucmUuIE1vc3QgcmFwIHN0aWxsIGZvbGxvd3MgdGhl IGluaXRpYWwgZm9ybXVsYSBvZiByaHltZWQgY291cGxldHMgdGhhdCBjYXN1YWxseSBtaXgg ZnVsbCByaHltZSB3aXRoIGFzc29uYW5jZS4gSGVyZSBhcmUgYSBmZXcgbWV0cmljYWxseSBy ZXByZXNlbnRhdGl2ZSBsaW5lcyBmcm9tIG9uZSBvZiB0aGUgZmlyc3QgcG9wdWxhciByYXBz OiANDWkgc2FpZCBieSB0aGUgd2F5IGJhYnkgd2hhdJJzIHlvdXIgbmFtZQ1zYWlkIGkgZ28g YnkgdGhlIG5hbWUgb2YgbG9pcyBsYW5lDWFuZCB5b3UgY291bGQgYmUgbXkgYm95ZnJpZW5k IHlvdSBzdXJlbHkgY2FuDWp1c3QgbGV0IG1lIHF1aXQgbXkgYm95ZnJpZW5kIGNhbGxlZCBz dXBlcm1hbg0gICAgICAgICAgk1JhcHBlcpJzIERlbGlnaHQslCBTdWdhcmhpbGwgR2FuZw0N UmFwIGlzIG5vdCB3cml0dGVuIGluIHRoZSBzdGFuZGFyZCBhY2NlbnR1YWwtc3lsbGFiaWMg bWV0ZXJzIG9mIEVuZ2xpc2ggbGl0ZXJhcnkgdmVyc2UsIGJ1dCBpdHMgYmFzaWMgbWVhc3Vy ZSBkb2VzIGNvbWUgb3V0IG9mIHRoZSBFbmdsaXNoIHRyYWRpdGlvbi4gUmFwIGNoYXJhY3Rl cmlzdGljYWxseSB1c2VzIHRoZSBmb3VyLXN0cmVzcywgYWNjZW50dWFsIGxpbmUgdGhhdCBo YXMgYmVlbiB0aGUgbW9zdCBjb21tb24gbWV0ZXIgZm9yIHNwb2tlbiBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRy eSBpbiBFbmdsaXNoIGZyb20gQW5nbG8tU2F4b24gdmVyc2UgYW5kIHRoZSBib3JkZXIgYmFs bGFkcyB0byBSb2JlcnQgU2VydmljZSBhbmQgUnVkeWFyZCBLaXBsaW5nLiANDVdoYXQgaXMg YSB3b21hbiB0aGF0IHlvdSBmb3JzYWtlIGhlciwNQW5kIHRoZSBoZWFydGgtZmlyZSBhbmQg dGhlIGhvbWUtYWNyZSwNVG8gZ28gd2l0aCB0aGUgb2xkIGdyZXkgV2lkb3ctbWFrZXI/DQ1T aGUgaGFzIG5vIGhvdXNlIHRvIGxheSBhIGd1ZXN0IGlulw1CdXQgb25lIGNoaWxsIGJlZCBm b3IgYWxsIHRvIHJlc3QgaW4sDVRoYXQgdGhlIHBhbGUgc3VucyBhbmQgdGhlIHN0cmF5IGJl cmdzIG5lc3QgaW4uDQ1TaGUgaGFzIG5vIHN0cm9uZyB3aGl0ZSBhcm1zIHRvIGZvbGQgeW91 LA1CdXQgdGhlIHRlbi10aW1lcy1maW5nZXJpbmcgd2VlZCB0byBob2xkIHlvdZcNT3V0IG9u IHRoZSByb2NrcyB3aGVyZSB0aGUgdGlkZSBoYXMgcm9sbGVkIHlvdS4NICAgICAgICAgIGZy b20gk0hhcnAgU29uZyBvZiB0aGUgRGFuZSBXb21lbiyUIA0gICAgICAgICAgUnVkeWFyZCBL aXBsaW5nDVRoZSBmb3VyLXN0cmVzcyBsaW5lIGlzIGFsc28gYSBtZXRlciBmb3VuZCB0aHJv dWdob3V0IE1vdGhlciBHb29zZTogDQ1Ub20sIFRvbSwgdGhlIHBpcGVyknMgc29uLA1TdG9s ZSBhIHBpZyBhbmQgYXdheSBkaWQgcnVuLg1UaGUgcGlnIHdhcyBlYXQsIGFuZCBUb20gd2Fz IGJlYXQNVGlsbCBoZSBydW4gY3J5aW5nIGRvd24gdGhlIHN0cmVldC4NDUNvd2JveSBwb2V0 cnkgYWxzbyBjaGFyYWN0ZXJpc3RpY2FsbHkgZW1wbG95cyB0aGUgc3RyZXNzIG1ldGVycyBu YXRpdmUgdG8gRW5nbGlzaCBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSwgYnV0IGl0IHVzdWFsbHkgZW1wbG95 cyBub3QgY291cGxldHMgYnV0IHNvbWUgdmFyaWF0aW9uIG9mIHRoZSB0cmFkaXRpb25hbCBi YWxsYWQgc3RhbnphLiBIZXJlIGlzIHRoZSBiZWdpbm5pbmcgb2YgV2FsbGFjZSBNY1JhZZJz IJNUaGUgTGVhc2UgSG91bmQslCB3aGljaCBkZXNjcmliZXMgYSBtaW5lcmFsIHJpZ2h0cyBh Z2VudCB2aXNpdGluZyBhIHJhbmNoOiANDUEgc2hhcnBpZSBpbiBhIGxlaXN1cmUgc3VpdCwN V2l0aCBleWVsZXRzIGluIGhpcyBzaG9lcywNV2hvIGZhaW50bHkgc21lbGxlZCBvZiB0YWxj dW0NQW5kIGEgbGl0dGxlIGxlc3Mgb2YgYm9vemUsDURyb3ZlIGludG8gbXkgbmVpZ2hib3KS cyB5YXJkDUFuZCBnaW5nZXJseSBnb3Qgb3V0LA1BIGxpdHRsZSBnaW1weSBmcm9tIHRoZSBk cml2ZSwNVGhlIGFsdGl0dWRlLCBhbmQgZ291dC4NDUluIGFjY2VudHVhbCBtZXRlciwgdGhl IHBvZXQgZG9lc26SdCBjb3VudCBzeWxsYWJsZXMsIG9ubHkgdGhlIHN0cm9uZyBzdHJlc3Nl cy4gVGhlIHVuc3RyZXNzZWQgc3lsbGFibGVzIGRvbpJ0IG1hdHRlciBhcyBsb25nIGFzIHRo ZSBudW1iZXIgb2YgcHJpbWFyeSBzdHJlc3NlcyByZW1haW5zIGNvbnN0YW50IGZyb20gbGlu ZSB0byBsaW5lLiBBIGZvdXItc3RyZXNzIGxpbmUgY2FuIGJlIGFzIHNob3J0IGFzOiANDSAg ICAvICAgICAgICAvICAgICAgICAgICAgIC8gICAgICAgICAgIC8NVG9tLCBUb20sIHRoZSBw aXBlcpJzIHNvbiwNICAgICAgICAgICg2IHN5bGxhYmxlcykNT3IgYXMgbG9uZyBhczogDSAg ICAgICAgICAgLyAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgIC8gICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAvICAg ICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgLw1UaGUgY29ja5JzIG9uIHRoZSBkdW5naGlsbCBhLWJsb3dpbmcg aGlzIGhvcm4NICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICgxMSBzeWxsYWJsZXMpDQ1UaGUg bW9yZSB1bnN0cmVzc2VkIHN5bGxhYmxlcyB1c3VhbGx5IHRoZSBmYXN0ZXIgdGhlIGxpbmUg aXMgc3Bva2VuLiANDVJhcCBjb25zY2lvdXNseSBleHBsb2l0cyBzdHJlc3MtbWV0ZXKScyBh YmlsaXR5IHRvIHN0cmV0Y2ggYW5kIGNvbnRyYWN0IGluIHN5bGxhYmxlIGNvdW50LiBJbiBm YWN0LCBwbGF5aW5nIHRoZSBzeWxsYWJsZSBjb3VudCBhZ2FpbnN0IHRoZSBiZWF0IGlzIHRo ZSBiYXNpYyBtZXRyaWNhbCB0ZWNobmlxdWUgb2YgcmFwLiBMaWtlIGphenosIHJhcCBleHRy YXZhZ2FudGx5IHN5bmNvcGF0ZXMgYSBmbGV4aWJsZSByaHl0aG0gYWdhaW5zdCBhIGZpeGVk IG1ldHJpY2FsIGJlYXQgdGhlcmVieSB0dXJuaW5nIGEgdHJhZGl0aW9uYWwgRW5nbGlzaCBm b2xrIG1ldGVyIGludG8gc29tZXRoaW5nIGRpc3RpbmN0aXZlbHkgQWZyaWNhbi1BbWVyaWNh bi4gQnkgaGl0dGluZyB0aGUgbWV0cmljYWwgYmVhdCBzdHJvbmdseSB3aGlsZSBleHBsb2l0 aW5nIG90aGVyIGVsZW1lbnRzIG9mIHdvcmQgbXVzaWMsIHJhcHBlcnMgcGxheSBpbnRlcmVz dGluZyBhbmQgZWxhYm9yYXRlIGdhbWVzIHdpdGggdGhlIHRvdGFsIHJoeXRobSBvZiB0aGVp ciBsaW5lcy4gSGVyZSBpcyBhIHN5bmNvcGF0ZWQgY291cGxldCBmcm9tIFJ1biBETUM6IA0N SGWScyB0aGUgYmV0dGVyIG9mIHRoZSBiZXN0LCBiZXN0IGJlbGlldmUgaGWScyB0aGUgYmFk ZGVzdA1QZXJmZWN0IHRpbWluZyB3aGVuIEmSbSBjbGltYmluZyBJkm0gdGhlIHJoeW1pbmcg YWNyb2JhdGlzdA0gICAgICAgICAgICAgICAoMTQgYW5kIDE2IHN5bGxhYmxlcyByZXNwZWN0 aXZlbHkpDQ1SYXAgcGVyZm9ybWVycyBhcmUgbm90IHVuYXdhcmUgb2YgdGhlaXIgY29ubmVj dGlvbiB0byB0aGUgdHJhZGl0aW9uIG9mIEVuZ2xpc2ggc3Bva2VuIHZlcnNlLiBIZXJlIGFy ZSBhIGZldyBsaW5lcyBmcm9tIFJ1biBETUOScyCTUGV0ZXIgUGlwZXKUOiANDUxpa2UgdGhl IGJ1dGNoZXIsIHRoZSBiYWtlciwgYW5kIHRoZSBjYW5kbGVzdGljayBtYWtlcg1IZZJzIGEg bWFrZXIsIGEgYnJlYWtlciwgYW5kIGEgdGl0bGUgdGFrZXINTGlrZSB0aGUgbGl0dGxlIG9s ZCBsYWR5IHdobyBsaXZlZCBpbiBhIHNob2UNSWYgY3V0cyB3ZXJlIGtpZHMgaGUgd291bGQg YmUgdGhyb3VnaA1Ob3QgbHlpbmcgeZJhbGwgaGWScyB0aGUgYmVzdCBJIGtub3cNQW5kIGlm IEkgbGllIG15IG5vc2Ugd2lsbCBncm93DUxpa2UgYSBsaXR0bGUgd29vZGVuIGJveSBuYW1l ZCBQaW5vY2NoaW8NQW5kIHlvdSBhbGwga25vdyBob3cgdGhlIHN0b3J5IGdvDQ1JZiByYXAg d2VyZSBhIHdyaXR0ZW4gZm9ybSBvZiBwb2V0cnksIGl0cyBjb21wbGV4IHN5bmNvcGF0aW9u IHdvdWxkIGZyZXF1ZW50bHkgcHVzaCB0aGUgbWV0ZXIgdG8gYSBicmVha2luZyBwb2ludC4g QSByZWFkZXIgd291bGQgbm90IGFsd2F5cyBrbm93IGV4YWN0bHkgd2hlcmUgdGhlIHN0cm9u ZyBzdHJlc3NlcyBmZWxsLiBTZWUgaG93IGRpZmZpY3VsdCBpdCBpcyB0byBkaXNjZXJuIHRo ZSBmb3VyIHN0cm9uZyBzdHJlc3NlcyBpbiB0aGUgZmlyc3QgUnVuIERNQyBjb3VwbGV0IHF1 b3RlZCwgc2ltcGx5IGZyb20gdGhlIHByaW50ZWQgdGV4dCwgd2hpY2ggSSBoYXZlIHB1cnBv c2VseSBsZWZ0IHVuc2Nhbm5lZC4gTGlrZXdpc2UgbGl0ZXJhcnkgc2Nob2xhcnMgb2Z0ZW4g aGF2ZSBlbm9ybW91cyBkaWZmaWN1bHR5IGluIHNjYW5uaW5nIE1vdGhlciBHb29zZSByaHlt ZXMgb24gdGhlIHBhZ2WXdW5sZXNzIHRoZXkgYWNjZXB0IHRoZSBwZXJmb3JtYXRpdmUgdHJh ZGl0aW9uIG9mIHNjaG9vbHlhcmQgcmVjaXRhdGlvbnMgd2hpY2ggcGxhY2UgdGhlIGJlYXRz IHNxdWFyZWx5IG9uIGNlcnRhaW4gc3lsbGFibGVzLiBBbmdsby1TYXhvbiBwb2V0cyB1bmRl cnN0b29kIHRoZSBwcm9ibGVtIGluaGVyZW50IGluIHN0cm9uZy1zdHJlc3MgdmVyc2UuIFRo YXQgaXMgYXQgbGVhc3Qgb25lIHJlYXNvbiB3aHkgdGhleSBhZGRlZCBhbGxpdGVyYXRpb24g dG8gcmVpbmZvcmNlIHRoZSBtZXRlci4gSW4gcmFwIHRoZSBtZXRlciBpcyBhbHNvIGVuZm9y Y2VkIGJ5IHdoYXQgaXRzIHBlcmZvcm1lcnMgY2FsbCCTdGhlIGJlYXQslCB1c3VhbGx5IGEg cHJlcmVjb3JkZWQgZGlnaXRhbGx5IHNhbXBsZWQgcmh5dGhtLXRyYWNrLiBUcmFkaXRpb25h bCBwcm9zb2R5IGRlc2NyaWJlcyB0aGUgcmh5dGhtIG9mIHBvZXRyeSBhcyB0aGUgbWVhbmlu Z2Z1bCBjb3VudGVycG9pbnQgb2Ygc3BlZWNoIHBhdHRlcm4gYWdhaW5zdCBhIGZpeGVkIGFi c3RyYWN0IG1ldGVyLiBUaGF0IHNhbWUgcHJpbmNpcGxlIG9mIGV4cHJlc3NpdmUgY291bnRl cnBvaW50IGlzIHF1aXRlIGxpdGVyYWxseSB3aGF0IHJhcCBkb2VzIGFuZCBpdHMgYXVkaWVu Y2UgaGVhcnMgYW5kIGVuam95cy4NDUluZmx1ZW5jZWQgYnkgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZZJzIGhh Yml0IG9mIHNpbGVudCByZWFkaW5nIGFuZCBpdHMgdHlwb2dyYXBoaWNhbCBiaWFzIHRvd2Fy ZCBhIHRleHSScyB2aXN1YWwgaWRlbnRpdHkgb24gdGhlIHBhZ2UsIGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBs aXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cyBvZnRlbiBuZWdsZWN0IG9yIHVuZGVycGxheSB0aGUgYXVkaXRvcnkg ZWxlbWVudHMgb2YgdGhlaXIgdmVyc2UuIFRvbyBvdmVydCBvciBhcHByZWhlbnNpYmxlIGEg dmVyYmFsIHBhdHRlcm4gc2VlbXMgb2xkLWZhc2hpb25lZCB0byBtYW55IHBvZXRzLiBFdmVu IHdoZW4gdGhleSBlbXBsb3kgbmV3IG9yIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIGF1ZGl0b3J5IGZvcm1zLCB0 aGV5IG9mdGVuIHRvbmUgZG93biB0aGUgbXVzaWNhbCBlZmZlY3RzIGJ5IGRlbGliZXJhdGVs eSBmbGF0dGVuaW5nIHRoZSByaHl0aG1zLCBhdm9pZGluZyBlbmQtc3RvcHBlZCBsaW5lcywg YW5kIGVsaW1pbmF0aW5nIG5vdGljZWFibGUgYWxsaXRlcmF0aW9uIG9yIGFzc29uYW5jZS4g SWYgdGhleSB2ZW50dXJlIHJoeW1lLCB0aGF0IG1vc3QgY29uc3BpY3VvdXMgYXVkaXRvcnkg dGVjaG5pcXVlIG9mIHZlcnNlLCB0aGV5IG9mdGVuIHBsYXkgaXQgZG93biBhcyB3ZWxsIGJ5 IGJ1cnlpbmcgaXQgaW4gcnVuLW9uIGxpbmVzIG9yIHN1YnN0aXR1dGluZyBzbGFudCBhbmQg aGFsZi1yaHltZXMuDQ1UaGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHMsIGJ5IGNvbnRyYXN0LCBmbGFt Ym95YW50bHkgZGlzcGxheSB0aGVpciBtZXRyaWNhbCBzY2hlbWVzLiBJbiB0aGUgYWVzdGhl dGljIG9mIHJhcCwgZm9yIGluc3RhbmNlLCB0aGUgc3Ryb25nZXIgdGhlIGJlYXQsIHRoZSBt b3JlIGV4dHJhdmFnYW50IHRoZSByaHltZSwgdGhlIG1vcmUgZWxhYm9yYXRlIHRoZSBwYXR0 ZXJuIHNraWxsZnVsbHkgZGVwbG95ZWQsIHRoZSBiZXR0ZXIgdGhlIHBvZW0uIEluIGl0cyBx dWlldGVyIHdheSwgY293Ym95IHBvZXRyeSB0YWtlcyBlcXVhbGx5IG92ZXJ0IGRlbGlnaHQg aW4gaXRzIGZvcm1hbCBlbGVtZW50cy4gVGhlIG9zdGVudGF0aW91cyBkaXNwbGF5IG9mIHRo ZXNlIGZvcm1zIG9uY2UgYWdhaW4gbGlua3MgdGhlbSB0byB0aGUgY2VsZWJyaXR5IGN1bHR1 cmUgb2YgdGhlIEFtZXJpY2FuIGVudGVydGFpbm1lbnQgaW5kdXN0cnkuIFRoZSBwZXJzb25h bGl0aWVzIG9mIHRoZSBwZXJmb3JtZXJzIG5lZWQgdG8gYmUgcHJvamVjdGVkIGFzIHN0cm9u Z2x5IGFzIHBvc3NpYmxlLCBiZWNhdXNlIGluIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHRoZXJlIGlzIG5vIGFi c29sdXRlIHNlcGFyYXRpb24gYmV0d2VlbiB0aGUgc2luZ2VyIGFuZCB0aGUgc29uZywgdGhl IGFjdG9yIGFuZCB0aGUgc2NyaXB0LCBvciB0aGUgcG9ldCBhbmQgdGhlIHBvZW0uDQ1UaGUg dW5hYmFzaGVkIHN0eWxpemF0aW9uIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgZGVtb25z dHJhdGVzIHR3byBiYXNpYyBmZWF0dXJlcyBvZiBvcmFsIHBvZXRyeS4gRmlyc3Qgb2YgYWxs LCBpdCBhbHdheXMgcmV2ZWxzIGluIGl0cyBvd24gZm9ybWFsIGVsZW1lbnRzLiBXaHk/IEJl Y2F1c2UgdGhhdCBvdmVydCBzdHlsaXphdGlvbiBkaXN0aW5ndWlzaGVzIGl0IGZyb20gb3Jk aW5hcnkgc3BlZWNoLiBGb3JtIGlzIGhvdyBvcmFsIHZlcnNlIGFubm91bmNlcyBpdHMgc3Bl Y2lhbCBzdGF0dXMgYXMgYXJ0LiBJbiB0aGUgc2FtZSB3YXkgdGhhdCBhbiBlYXJseSBNb2Rl cm5pc3QgcG9lbSBpbiBmcmVlIHZlcnNlIGRpc3Rpbmd1aXNoZXMgaXRzZWxmIGZyb20gcHJv c2UgYnkgY2VydGFpbiB0eXBvZ3JhcGhpY2FsIGNvbnZlbnRpb25zIHN1Y2ggYXMgZW1wdHkg c3BhY2UgYW5kIGxpbmUgYnJlYWtzIHRoYXQgdmlzdWFsbHkgZGlzcnVwdCB0aGUgc3RhbmRh cmQgcGFnZSBydWxlIG9mIHRoZSByaWdodC1oYW5kIG1hcmdpbiwgb3JhbCBwb2V0cnkgdXNl cyBhcHByZWhlbnNpYmxlIGF1ZGl0b3J5IHBhdHRlcm5zLCBzdWNoIGFzIHJoeW1lIGFuZCBt ZXRlciwgdG8gY29tbWFuZCB0aGUgc3BlY2lhbCBhdHRlbnRpb24gYW4gYXVkaWVuY2UgZ2l2 ZXMgdG8gdGhlIGhlaWdodGVuZWQgZm9ybSBvZiBzcGVlY2gga25vd24gYXMgcG9ldHJ5Lg0N U2Vjb25kLCBvcmFsIHBvZXRyeSB1bmRlcnN0YW5kc5dhcyBkb2VzIGFsbCBwb3B1bGFyIGFy dJd0aGF0IG11Y2ggb2YgaXRzIHBvd2VyIGNvbWVzIGZyb20gdGhlIGF1ZGllbmNlIHVuZGVy c3RhbmRpbmcgZXhhY3RseSB0aGUgcnVsZXMgdGhlIGFydGlzdCBmb2xsb3dzLiBQb3B1bGFy IGFydCBpcyBhIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHRoYXQgZmVlZHMsIHRlYXNlcywgZnJ1c3RyYXRlcywg YW5kIGZ1bGZpbGxzIHRoZSBleHBlY3RhdGlvbnMgb2YgdGhlIGF1ZGllbmNlLiBJbiB0aGlz IHNpdHVhdGlvbiwgdGhlIGFydGlzdCBtdXN0IGRlbW9uc3RyYXRlIGhpcyBvciBoZXIgY29u c3BpY3VvdXMgc2tpbGwgdG8gZG8gc29tZXRoaW5nIGJldHRlciB0aGFuIHRoZSBtZW1iZXJz IG9mIHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBjb3VsZCBtYW5hZ2UgYW5kIHRvIGVuZ2FnZSwgbW92ZSwgc3Vy cHJpc2UsIGFuZCBkZWxpZ2h0IHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSB3aXRoaW4gcHJlZGV0ZXJtaW5lZCBj b252ZW50aW9ucy4gV2l0aG91dCBrbm93aW5nIGFueXRoaW5nIGFib3V0IHRoZSBldHltb2xv Z3kgb2YgRW5nbGlzaCB3b3JkcywgdGhlIGF1ZGllbmNlIGZvciB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIg dmVyc2UgdW5kZXJzdGFuZHMgdGhhdCBwb2V0cnkgbGlrZSBpdHMgR3JlZWsgcm9vdCBwb2Vz aXMgaXMgc29tZXRoaW5nIG1hZGUgYW5kIHRoYXQgdGhlIHBvZXQsIGxpa2UgdGhlIG1lZGll dmFsIEVuZ2xpc2ggc3lub255bSwgbWFrYXIsIG11c3QgYmUgaXRzIG1ha2VyLiBUaGUgcHVy cG9zZSBvZiBhcnQgaXMgbm90IHRvIGRlbnkgYXJ0aWZpY2UgYnV0IHRvIG1hbmFnZSBpdCBz byB3ZWxsIHRoYXQgaXQgYXBwZWFycyBpbmV2aXRhYmxlLg0NRmluYWxseSwgdGhlIG5ldyBw b3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBkaWZmZXJlbnRpYXRlcyBpdHNlbGYgZnJvbSBtYWluc3RyZWFtIHBv ZXRyeSBpbiB0aGUgbW9zdCByYWRpY2FsIHdheSBpbWFnaW5hYmxll2J5IGF0dHJhY3Rpbmcg YSBodWdlLCBwYXlpbmcgcHVibGljLiBJbiBhIGN1bHR1cmUgd2hlcmUgaGlnaC1hcnQgcG9l dHJ5IHJlcXVpcmVzIHN0YXRlIHN1YnNpZHksIHByaXZhdGUgc3VwcG9ydCwgYW5kIGFjYWRl bWljIHN1YnZlbnRpb24gdG8gc3Vydml2ZSwgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHZlcnNlIHNoYW1l bGVzc2x5IHRocml2ZXMgaW4gdGhlIG1hcmtldHBsYWNlLiBSYXAgaGFzIGFscmVhZHkgYmVj b21lIGEgbWFqb3IgYnJhbmNoIG9mIGNvbW1lcmNpYWwgZW50ZXJ0YWlubWVudC4gSXQgd291 bGQgYmUgbm8gZXhhZ2dlcmF0aW9uIHRvIHNheSB0aGF0IHJhcCBpcyB0aGUgb25seSBmb3Jt IG9mIHZlcnNll2luZGVlZCBwZXJoYXBzIHRoZSBvbmx5IGxpdGVyYXJ5IGZvcm0gb2YgYW55 IGtpbmSXdHJ1bHkgcG9wdWxhciBhbW9uZyBBbWVyaWNhbiB5b3V0aCBvZiBhbGwgcmFjZXMu IElmIHRoZXJlIGlzIGEgbmV3IGdlbmVyYXRpb24gb2YgcmVhZGVycyBlbWVyZ2luZyBpbiBB bWVyaWNhLCByYXAgd2lsbCBiZSBvbmUgb2YgaXRzIGZvcm1hdGl2ZSBleHBlcmllbmNlc5dq dXN0IGFzIGphenogb3IgbW92aWVzIHdlcmUgdG8gZWFybGllciBnZW5lcmF0aW9ucy4gQ293 Ym95IHBvZXRyeSBpcyBub3QgYW4gaW50ZXJuYXRpb25hbCBvciBldmVuIG5hdGlvbmFsIHBo ZW5vbWVub24sIGJ1dCBpdCByZXByZXNlbnRzIGEgbWFqb3IgcmVnaW9uYWwgbGl0ZXJhcnkg cHJlc2VuY2UuIENvd2JveSBwb2V0cnkgcGxheXMgdG8gY2FwYWNpdHkgYXVkaWVuY2VzIGFj cm9zcyB0aGUgV2VzdC4gTm90IG9ubHkgaGFzIGl0IHJldml2aWZpZWQgYW4gZW5kYW5nZXJl ZCBydXJhbCB0cmFkaXRpb247IGl0IG5vdyBoYXMgYXR0cmFjdGVkIGh1Z2UgbnVtYmVycyBv ZiB1bml2ZXJzaXR5LXRyYWluZWQgd3JpdGVycyB3aG8gdmlldyBpdCBhcyBhIHZpYWJsZSBw b3B1bGlzdCBzdHlsZSwgcGVyaGFwcyB0aGUgZmlyc3Qgd2lkZWx5IGFjY2Vzc2libGUgcG9l dGljIG1vdmVtZW50IHNpbmNlIHRoZSBNaWR3ZXN0ZXJuIHBvcHVsaXN0IGJyYW5kIG9mIGVh cmx5IE1vZGVybmlzbSwgZXhlbXBsaWZpZWQgYnkgU2FuZGJ1cmcsIExpbmRzYXksIGFuZCBN YXN0ZXJzLiBQb2V0cnkgc2xhbXMgZmlsbCBiYXJzIGFuZCBjYWbpcyB0aHJvdWdob3V0IEFt ZXJpY2EuIEFsbCB0aHJlZSBmb3JtcyBub3cgYXBwZWFyIG9uIHRlbGV2aXNpb24gYW5kIHJh ZGlvIHdpdGggZXF1YWwgb3IgZ3JlYXRlciBmcmVxdWVuY3kgdGhhbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0 cnkuDQ1BIHNrZXB0aWNhbCBjcml0aWMgY291bGQsIG9mIGNvdXJzZSwgaW50ZXJwcmV0IHRo ZSBwb3B1bGFyaXR5IG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgZm9ybXMgdG8gdGhlIGRlYmFzZWQgdGFzdGUgb2Yg dGhlIEFtZXJpY2FuIHB1YmxpYywgY29ycnVwdGVkIGJ5IG1hc3MgbWVkaWEsIGlnbm9yYW50 IG9mIGdyZWF0IGxpdGVyYXR1cmUsIG9ic2Vzc2VkIGJ5IG5vdmVsdHksIGFuZCB1bndpbGxp bmcgdG8gZXhlcnQgdGhlIG1lbnRhbCBlbmVyZ3kgbmVjZXNzYXJ5IHRvIGVuZ2FnZSB3aXRo IHNlcmlvdXMgcG9ldHJ5LiBUaGVyZSBpcyBzb21lIHRydXRoIGluIHN1Y2ggYSBkaXJlIGFz c2Vzc21lbnQuIE91ciBjb21tZXJjaWFsaXplZCwgZW50ZXJ0YWlubWVudC1vcmllbnRlZCB0 ZWxldmlzaW9uLWJhc2VkIGN1bHR1cmUgaGFzIGNoZWFwZW5lZCBhbmQgdHJpdmlhbGl6ZWQg YWxsIGZvcm1zIG9mIHB1YmxpYyBkaXNjb3Vyc2UuIExpa2UgdmlydHVhbGx5IGV2ZXJ5dGhp bmcgZWxzZSBpbiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgbWFzcyBjdWx0dXJlLCB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIg cG9ldHJ5IHJlc2VtYmxlcyBlbnRlcnRhaW5tZW50IG1vcmUgdGhhbiBhcnQuIEl0IGNvdXJ0 cyBpdHMgYXVkaWVuY2UgdG9vIGFzc2lkdW91c2x5LiBJdCBtb3JlIG9mdGVuIHByb2plY3Rz IHRoZSBmYW50YXNpZXMgb2YgaXRzIGNvbnN1bWVycyB0aGFuIGl0IGNoYWxsZW5nZXMgdGhl aXIgaW1hZ2luYXRpb24uDQ1BbGwgdGhlc2UgY3JpdGljaXNtcyBtYXkgYmUgdHJ1ZSwgYnV0 IGlmIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9ldHJ5knMgYXVkaWVuY2UgaXMgdHJ1bHkgc28gbGF6eSwgdW5pbmZv cm1lZCwgYW5kIHVuZGlzY2VybmluZywgd2h5IGlzbpJ0IGl0IGp1c3Qgc3RheWluZyBhdCBo b21lIHdhdGNoaW5nIGNhYmxlPyBXaHkgaGF2ZSB0aGVzZSBuZXcgZm9ybXMgb2YgdmVyc2Ug cHJvdmVuIHNvIGltbWVkaWF0ZWx5IGVuZ2FnaW5nIGFuZCBpbXBvcnRhbnQgdG8gc28gbWFu eSBwZW9wbGU/IFdoeSBkbyBXZXN0ZXJuZXJzIGRyaXZlIGh1bmRyZWRzIG9mIG1pbGVzIHRv IGF0dGVuZCBjb3dib3kgcG9ldHJ5IGZlc3RpdmFscz8gV2h5IGRvIHRlZW5hZ2VycyBsZWFy biBsZW5ndGh5IGFuZCBpbnRyaWNhdGUgcmFwcyBieSBoZWFydD8gUGVyaGFwcywgYmV5b25k IHRoZSBvYnZpb3VzIGFuZCBpbmRpc3B1dGFibGUgc2hvcnRjb21pbmdzIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcg Zm9ybXMsIHdlIGFyZSBhbHNvIHNlZWluZyBzb21ldGhpbmcgYXQgbGVhc3Qgc2xpZ2h0bHkg cmVhc3N1cmluZ5dhIGxhcmdlIGF1ZGllbmNlIGh1bmdyeSBmb3Igd2hhdCBwb2V0cnkgcHJv dmlkZXMuIElmIHRoYXQgYXVkaWVuY2UgaXMgc28gYWxpZW5hdGVkIGZyb20gbGl0ZXJhcnkg cG9ldHJ5LCBib3RoIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIGFuZCBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnksIHRoYXQgaXQgZG9l cyBub3QgbG9vayBiZXlvbmQgdGhlIG9wdGlvbnMgb2ZmZXJlZCBieSBwb3B1bGFyIGN1bHR1 cmUsIHdlIHNob3VsZCBub3QgYmxhbWUgdGhlbSB3aXRob3V0IGFsc28gcXVlc3Rpb25pbmcg dGhlIGVkdWNhdGlvbmFsIHN5c3RlbSB0aGF0IHRyYWluZWQgdGhlbSBhbmQgdGhlIGxpdGVy YXJ5IGN1bHR1cmUgdGhhdCBoYXMgbGVmdCB0aGVtIGJvcmVkIGFuZCBpbmRpZmZlcmVudC4N V2h5IHNwZW5kIHNvIG11Y2ggdGltZSBhbmFseXppbmcgcG9wdWxhciB2ZXJzZSBzbyBzZXJp b3VzbHkgaWYgb25lIG1ha2VzIG5vIHNwZWNpYWwgY2xhaW1zIGZvciBpdHMgYXJ0aXN0aWMg ZGlzdGluY3Rpb24/IE5vLCBJIGRvIG5vdCBjb25zaWRlciBCdXN0YSBSaHltZXMgYW5kIEph eS1aIHRoZSBXYWxsYWNlIFN0ZXZlbnMgYW5kIFQuIFMuIEVsaW90IGRlIG5vcyBqb3Vycywg YnV0IEkgZG8gaW5zaXN0IHRoYXQgdGhlaXIgY3JlYXRpdmUgbWV0aG9kcywgcGVyZm9ybWFu Y2UgdGVjaG5pcXVlcywgYW5kIHB1YmxpYyByZWNlcHRpb24gaWxsdW1pbmF0ZSB0aGUgd29y bGQgb2YgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IGluIHdheXMgdGhhdCBjb252ZW50aW9uYWwgZnJhbWVz IG9mIHJlZmVyZW5jZSBkbyBub3QuIEkgYWxzbyB1bmRlcnN0YW5kIHRoYXQgYSBjcml0aWMg cmlza3MgaW50ZWxsZWN0dWFsIGRlcmlzaW9uIGJ5IGRpc2N1c3NpbmcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0 cnkgb24gaXRzIG93biB0ZXJtcyB3aXRob3V0IGZpcnN0IGNsb3RoaW5nIGl0IGluIGFuIGVs ZWdhbnQgaWRlb2xvZ2ljYWwgd2FyZHJvYmUsIHByZWZlcmFibHkgaW1wb3J0ZWQgZnJvbSBQ YXJpcy4gQnV0IHRoZXJlIGFyZSBvZGQgdGhpbmdzIGN1cnJlbnRseSBoYXBwZW5pbmcgaW4g dGhlIHBvZXRyeSB3b3JsZJdib3RoIGhpZ2ggYW5kIGxvd5d0aGF0IGRvbpJ0IG1ha2Ugc2Vu c2UgaW4gY29udmVudGlvbmFsIHRlcm1zLCBhbmQgdGhlIGtleSB0byB1bmRlcnN0YW5kaW5n IHRoZXNlIGV2ZW50cyBsaWVzIGluIHRoZSBpbm5vdmF0aXZlIG5hdHVyZSBvZiBuZXcgcG9w dWxhciBwb2V0cnkuDQ1WSS4gVGhlIE5ldyBMaXRlcmFyeSBQb2V0cnkNDVN0dWR5aW5nIGEg ZmFtaWxpYXIgc3ViamVjdCBmcm9tIGEgbmV3IHBlcnNwZWN0aXZlIG9mdGVuIGZvcmNlcyBv bmUgdG8gbWFrZSBzdXJwcmlzaW5nIGFuZCByYWRpY2FsIHJlYXNzZXNzbWVudHMuIEZlbWlu aXN0IGNyaXRpY2lzbSwgZm9yIGluc3RhbmNlLCBzaWduaWZpY2FudGx5IGFsdGVyZWQgb3Vy IHNlbnNlIG9mIHRoZSBsaXRlcmFyeSB0cmFkaXRpb26Xbm90IHNvIG11Y2ggYnkgc3VnZ2Vz dGluZyBzdWJ0bGUgaW50ZXJwcmV0aXZlIHN0cmF0ZWdpZXMgdG8gb2xkZXIgd29ya3MgYnV0 IGJ5IGFza2luZyBiaWcsIG9idmlvdXMgcXVlc3Rpb25zIGFib3V0IGNvbnZlbnRpb25zIHRo YXQgd2VyZSBvbmNlIHRha2VuIGZvciBncmFudGVkLiBBZnRlciBjb25zaWRlcmluZyBzb21l IGZlYXR1cmVzIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnksIEkgd291bGQgc3VnZ2VzdCB0 aGF0IHRoZSBzZWVtaW5nbHkgZmFtaWxpYXIgd29ybGQgb2YgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IHdp bGwgYmVnaW4gdG8gbG9vayBzbGlnaHRseSBkaWZmZXJlbnQuIFRoZSBmb3VyIHRyZW5kcyB0 aGF0IGFwcGVhciBzbyBvYnZpb3VzIGluIHJhcCwgY293Ym95IHBvZXRyeSwgYW5kIHBvZXRy eSBzbGFtc5dpdHMgcmVsaWFuY2Ugb24gb3JhbCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSwgaXRzIG5vbi1hY2Fk ZW1pYyBvcmlnaW5zLCBpdHMgcmV2aXZhbCBvZiBhdWRpdG9yeSBmb3JtLCBhbmQgaXRzIHBv cHVsYXIgYXBwZWFsl2Fsc28gZXhpc3QgbGVzcyBvdmVydGx5IGluIHRoZSBlc3RhYmxpc2hl ZCBsaXRlcmFyeSB3b3JsZC4NDUxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBoYXMgbm90IHlldCBiZWVuIGlu Zmx1ZW5jZWQgYnkgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeZdhbHRob3VnaCB0aGF0IGlzIHN0 YXJ0aW5nIHRvIGhhcHBlbiBhbW9uZyB5b3VuZyB3cml0ZXJzl2J1dCBpdCBpcyBjaGFuZ2lu ZyBpbiBzaW1pbGFyIHdheXMuIEp1c3QgYXMgZWlnaHR5IHllYXJzIGFnbyB0aGUgdGVjaG5v bG9neSBvZiBmaWxtIHN1Z2dlc3RlZCBuZXcgbWV0aG9kcyBvZiB0ZWxsaW5nIHN0b3JpZXMg aW4gcHJvc2UgYW5kIHRoZXJlYnkgaW5mbHVlbmNlZCB0aGUgY291cnNlIG9mIG1vZGVybiBm aWN0aW9ul2JvdGggcG9wdWxhciBhbmQgbGl0ZXJhcnmXdGhlIGJyb2FkZXIgdGVjaG5vbG9n aWNhbCBhbmQgY3VsdHVyYWwgZm9yY2VzIHRoYXQgY3JlYXRlZCBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBh cmUgcmVzaGFwaW5nIHRoZSBjb3Vyc2Ugb2YgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5Lg0NVGhlIG1vc3Qg Y29uc3BpY3VvdXMgZGlmZmVyZW5jZSBiZXR3ZWVuIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBhbmQgdGhl IG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBpcyB0aGF0IG9uZSBpcyB3cml0dGVuIGFuZCB0aGUgb3Ro ZXIgcHJlZG9taW5hbnRseSBvcmFsLiBUaG9zZSBmZWF0dXJlcyBzZWVtIGlycmVjb25jaWxh YmxlLCBkbyB0aGV5IG5vdD8gQW5kIHlldCwgd2hvIHdvdWxkIGRpc3B1dGUgdGhhdCB0aGUg Y29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IEFtZXJpY2FuIHBvZXSScyBwcmltYXJ5IG1lYW5zIG9mIHB1YmxpY2F0 aW9uIGlzIG5vdyBvcmFsl25hbWVseSB0aGUgcG9ldHJ5IHJlYWRpbmc/IFBvZXRzIG9mIGV2 ZXJ5IHNjaG9vbCBub3cgcmVhY2ggbW9yZSBwZW9wbGUgdGhyb3VnaCBvcmFsIHBlcmZvcm1h bmNll2luIHBlcnNvbiwgYnkgYnJvYWRjYXN0LCB0aHJvdWdoIHZpZGVvIG9yIGF1ZGlvIHJl Y29yZGluZ5d0aGFuIHRoZXkgZ2VuZXJhbGx5IGRvIHRocm91Z2ggcHJpbnQuIEJvb2tzIHJl bWFpbiB0aGUgYmFzaWMgbWVkaXVtIGZvciBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnksIGJ1dCBwYXJhZG94 aWNhbGx5IGFuIGF1dGhvcpJzIHByaW50IHJlYWRlcnNoaXAgbm93IGhlYXZpbHkgZGVwZW5k cyBvbiBhdHRyYWN0aW5nIGFuIGF1ZGllbmNlIGluaXRpYWxseSB0aHJvdWdoIG9yYWwgcGVy Zm9ybWFuY2UuDQ1UaGUgcG9ldHJ5IHJlYWRpbmcgaXMgbm90IGEgcmVjZW50IHBoZW5vbWVu b24uIFJvbWFuIHBvZXRzIHB1Ymxpc2hlZCB0aGVpciBjYXJlZnVsbHkgY29tcG9zZWQgd3Jp dHRlbiB3b3JrIGJ5IHJlY2l0aW5nIGl0IGJlZm9yZSBhIHNtYWxsIGF1ZGllbmNlLiBFZGdh ciBBbGxhbiBQb2UgcmVhZCBoaXMgcG9lbXMgdG8gYSBwYXlpbmcgcHVibGljLiBEeWxhbiBU aG9tYXMgZmFtb3VzbHkgdG91cmVkIEFtZXJpY2EuIEJ1dCBvdmVyIHRoZSBwYXN0IHR3ZW50 eSB5ZWFycyB0aGVyZSBoYXMgYmVlbiBhIGZ1bmRhbWVudGFsIGNoYW5nZSBpbiB0aGUgcm9s ZSBwb2V0cnkgcmVhZGluZ3MgcGxheSBpbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlLiBVbnRpbCByZWNl bnRseSBwb2V0cyBtYWRlIHRoZWlyIHJlcHV0YXRpb25zIHByaW1hcmlseSB0aHJvdWdoIHBy aW50LiBQdWJsaWMgcmVhZGluZ3Mgd2VyZSBhbiBlc3RlZW1lZCBidXQgYW5jaWxsYXJ5IGFj dGl2aXR5LCBzb21ldGhpbmcgYW4gZXN0YWJsaXNoZWQgcG9ldCBtaWdodCBkbyBzcHVycmVk IGJ5IHZhbml0eSwgYW1iaXRpb24sIG9yIGEgc2hvcnRhZ2Ugb2YgZnVuZHMuIFJvYmluc29u IEplZmZlcnMsIGZvciBleGFtcGxlLCBnYXZlIGhpcyBmaXJzdCBwdWJsaWMgcmVhZGluZ3Mg aW4gaGlzIG1pZC1maWZ0aWVzIG9ubHkgdG8gcGF5IHRoZSBwcm9wZXJ0eSB0YXhlcyBvbiBo aXMgaG9tZS4gVGhhdCB3YXMgdGhlIGZpcnN0IGFuZCBvbmx5IHRpbWUgaGlzIHByaW50IGF1 ZGllbmNlIHNhdyBhbmQgaGVhcmQgaGltIHNwZWFrIGhpcyBwb2VtcyBhbG91ZC4gUmVjb3Jk aW5ncyBvZiB0aGUgZ3JlYXQgTW9kZXJuaXN0IG1hc3RlcnMgbGlrZSBXYWxsYWNlIFN0ZXZl bnMsIFdpbGxpYW0gQ2FybG9zIFdpbGxpYW1zLCBNYXJpYW5uZSBNb29yZSwgYW5kIGV2ZW4g ZS4gZS4gY3VtbWluZ3MgcmV2ZWFsIGhvdyBhd2t3YXJkbHkgbW9zdCBvZiB0aGVtIGZhY2Vk IHRoZSB0YXNrIG9mIHJlYWRpbmcgdGhlaXIgdmVyc2UgYWxvdWQuIJNUaGUgcHVibGljIHJl YWRpbmcgb2YgcG9ldHJ5LJQgZ3J1bWJsZWQgU3RldmVucywgk2lzIHNvbWV0aGluZyBwYXJ0 aWN1bGFybHkgZ2hhc3RseS6UIE9ubHkgVC4gUy4gRWxpb3QgYW5kIFJvYmVydCBGcm9zdCBz ZWVtIGF0IGhvbWUgaW4gb3JhbCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZS4NDVRoZSBNb2Rlcm5pc3RzIHdlcmUg Ym9ybiBpbiB0aGUgbGFzdCB0aHJlZSBkZWNhZGVzIG9mIHRoZSBuaW5ldGVlbnRoIGNlbnR1 cnkuIEZvciB0aGVtIHRoZSB0eXBld3JpdGVyLCB0aGUgc2lsZW50IGZpbG0sIGFuZCB0aGUg Z3JhbW9waG9uZSB3ZXJlIG5ldyB0ZWNobm9sb2d5LiBQb2V0cnkgcmVhZGluZ3MgYmVnYW4g dG8gcHJvbGlmZXJhdGUgaW4gdGhlIGVhcmx5IDE5NjBzIHdpdGggdGhlIHJpc2Ugb2YgdGhl IEJlYXRzIHdobyB3ZXJlIGluIHRoZSBmaXJzdCBnZW5lcmF0aW9uIHRvIGV4cGVyaWVuY2Ug cmFkaW8gYW5kIHRhbGtpbmcgZmlsbXMgZnJvbSBjaGlsZGhvb2QuIEF0IGZpcnN0IHBvZXRy eSByZWFkaW5ncyBzdXBwbGVtZW50ZWQgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSBieSBwcm92aWRpbmcgYSBs b2NhbCBwdWJsaWMgZm9ydW0gdG8gY2VsZWJyYXRlIHBvZXRyeSwgbW9zdGx5IGluIHVuaXZl cnNpdGllcywgYnV0IGdyYWR1YWxseSwgYXMgdGhlIHBvZXRyeSBzdWJjdWx0dXJlIGJlZ2Fu IHByb2R1Y2luZyBtb3JlIHBvZXRzIHRoYW4gYW55b25lIGNvdWxkIHBvc3NpYmx5IHJlYWQg b3IgcmV2aWV3LCB0aGVpciBwb3NpdGlvbiBjaGFuZ2VkLiBSZWFkaW5ncyBiZWNhbWUgdGhl IHByaW1hcnkgbWVhbnMgYnkgd2hpY2ggdGhlIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHB1YmxpYyBmaXJzdCBlbmNv dW50ZXJlZCBhbmQgYXNzZXNzZWQgbmV3IHBvZXRyeS4NDVRvZGF5IGZvciB0aGUgZmlyc3Qg dGltZSBpbiB0aGUgaGlzdG9yeSBvZiBBbWVyaWNhbiBsaXRlcmF0dXJlLCBpdCB3b3VsZCBi ZSBkaWZmaWN1bHQgZm9yIGEgbmV3IHBvZXQgdG8gYnVpbGQgYW5kIHN1c3RhaW4gYSBzaWdu aWZpY2FudCByZXB1dGF0aW9uIG9uIHByaW50IGFsb25lLiBBIHBvZXQgc3RpbGwgbmVlZHMg dG8gcHVibGlzaCBib29rcy4gVGhleSByZW1haW4gdGhlIG1pbmltYWwgcHJlcmVxdWlzaXRl IGZvciB2aXNpYmlsaXR5IGFuZCBjcmVkaWJpbGl0eSBpbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlLiBC dXQgaW4gYSBzb2NpZXR5IHdpdGggdG9vIG1hbnkgYm9va3MgYW5kIHRvbyBsaXR0bGUgdGlt ZSBmb3IgcmVhZGluZywgZXNwZWNpYWxseSBzZXJpb3VzIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHJlYWRpbmcsIGEg Ym9vayBvZiBwb2Vtcywgbm8gbWF0dGVyIGhvdyBzdXBlcmIsIGNhbiBubyBsb25nZXIgYmUg c3VyZSBvZiBhdHRyYWN0aW5nIGFuIGF1ZGllbmNlIGJ5IG1lYW5zIG9mIHByaW50IGFsb25l Lg0NVGhpcyBzaXR1YXRpb24gcmVwcmVzZW50cyBhbiBleHRyYW9yZGluYXJ5IHNoaWZ0IGlu IGxpdGVyYXJ5IGN1bHR1cmUgZnJvbSB0aGUgcHJpbnRlZCBwYWdlIHRvIHRoZSBzcG9rZW4g d29yZCBhbmQgcmVmbGVjdHMgdGhlIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgbWVkaWGScyBpbmZsdWVuY2UgZXZl biBvbiB0aGUgbW9zdCBlZHVjYXRlZCByZWFkZXJzLiBUaGUgcG9ldHJ5IHJlYWRpbmeXZGVz cGl0ZSBpdHMgaGlnaC1hcnQgYXVyYZdmdWxmaWxscyB0aGUgcHJlcmVxdWlzaXRlcyBvZiB0 aGUgbmV3IG9yYWxpdHk6IGxpa2UgcmFkaW8sIHRlbGV2aXNpb24sIGZpbG0sIGFuZCByZWNv cmRpbmdzLCBpdCB0YWtlcyBsYW5ndWFnZSBvZmYgdGhlIHByaW50ZWQgcGFnZTsgYW5kIGxp a2UgdGVsZXZpc2lvbiBhbmQgZmlsbSwgaXQgbGlua3MgdGhlIHNwb2tlbiB3b3JkIHRvIHRo ZSBwaHlzaWNhbCBwcmVzZW5jZSBvZiB0aGUgc3BlYWtlci4gVGhlc2UgY29uZGl0aW9ucyBo YXZlIGdyZWF0bHkgaGVscGVkIHRoZSBwb3B1bGFyaXR5IG9mIHRoZSBtZWRpdW0gYnV0IGhh dmUgYWxzbyBpbmNyZWFzaW5nbHkgc2VwYXJhdGVkIGl0IGZyb20gdGhlIGN1bHR1cmUgb2Yg cHJpbnQuDQ1JZiB0aGUgbWVkaXVtIG9mIGEgZGlzY291cnNlIGlzIG5ldmVyIG5ldXRyYWwg dG8gaXRzIGNvbnRlbnQsIHRoZSBwcm9jZXNzIG9mIHRyYW5zZm9ybWF0aW9uIGlzIHVzdWFs bHkgZ3JhZHVhbC4gRWFybHkgdGFsa2luZyBmaWxtcywgZm9yIGluc3RhbmNlLCBjb3BpZWQg dGhlIGZvcm1hdHMgb2Ygc3Bva2VuIGFuZCBtdXNpY2FsIHRoZWF0ZXIuIEl0IHRvb2sgc29t ZSB0aW1lLCBldmVuIGF0IHRoZSBmcmVuZXRpYyBwYWNlIG9mIEhvbGx5d29vZCwgZm9yIHdy aXRlcnMgYW5kIGRpcmVjdG9ycyB0byBleHBsb3JlIGFuZCBtYXN0ZXIgdGhlIHBvc3NpYmls aXRpZXMgb2YgdGhlaXIgbmV3IG1lZGl1bS4gVGhlIHBvZXRyeSByZWFkaW5nIGlzIGFsc28g cmVzaGFwaW5nIHRoZSBuYXR1cmUgb2YgdGhlIGFydCwgYnV0IGluIHdheXMgdGhhdCBoYXZl IG9ubHkgcmVjZW50bHkgYmVjb21lIGFwcGFyZW50LiBUaGUgY3VycmVudCByZXZpdmFsIG9m IHBvcHVsaXN0IHBvZXRyeSBpbiB0aGUgbGl0ZXJhcnkgd29ybGQsIGZvciBleGFtcGxlLCBp cyBpbnNlcGFyYWJsZSBmcm9tIHRoZSBwcmVzZW5jZSBvZiB3cml0ZXJzIGxpa2UgQmlsbHkg Q29sbGlucyB3aG8gbWFkZSBoaXMgcmVwdXRhdGlvbiBieSBwdWJsaWMgcmVhZGluZ3Mgbm90 IG9ubHkgaW4gdGhlIGxlY3R1cmUgaGFsbCBidXQgb24gdGhlIHJhZGlvLg0NV2hlbiBlc3Rh Ymxpc2hlZCBwb2V0cyBsaWtlIFN0ZXZlbnMsIEplZmZlcnMsIG9yIE1vb3JlIGJlZ2FuIGdp dmluZyBwdWJsaWMgcmVhZGluZ3MgaW4gbGF0ZSBtaWRkbGUgYWdlLCB0aGUgbWVkaXVtIGhh ZCByZWxhdGl2ZWx5IGxpdHRsZSBlZmZlY3Qgb24gdGhlaXIgd3JpdGluZy4gVGhlaXIgc3R5 bGVzIGFuZCBhZXN0aGV0aWNzIGhhZCBiZWVuIGZvcm1lZC4gQnV0IG9uY2UgdGhlIHNwb2tl biBtZWRpdW0gbm90IG9ubHkgYmVjYW1lIGEgYmVnaW5uaW5nIHBvZXSScyBmaXJzdCByZWFs IGV4cGVyaWVuY2Ugb2YgcHVibGljYXRpb24gYnV0IGNvbnRpbnVlZCB0byBiZSB0aGUgZXN0 YWJsaXNoZWQgcG9ldJJzIG1vc3QgZnJlcXVlbnQgYW5kIGNvbnN0YW50IGNvbm5lY3Rpb24g d2l0aCBoaXMgb3IgaGVyIGF1ZGllbmNlLCBpdCBzdGFydHMgdG8gYWZmZWN0IHRoZSB3b3Jr IGl0c2VsZiBwcm9mb3VuZGx5LiANDVZJSS4gVGhlIEZvdXIgVHlwZXMgb2YgTGl0ZXJhcnkg UG9ldHJpZXMNDUFtZXJpY2FuIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBpcyBub3cgcmFkaWNhbGx5IHJl Y29uZmlndXJpbmcgaXRzZWxmIGluIHJlc3BvbnNlIHRvIHRoZXNlIGN1bHR1cmFsIGNoYW5n ZXMuIEFzIGEgcmVzdWx0LCB3aGF0IHdhcyBvbmNlIGNvbnZlbnRpb25hbGx5IGNvbnNpZGVy ZWQgYSB1bmlmaWVkIGVudGVycHJpc2UsIG5hbWVseSBsaXRlcmFyeSBoaWdoLWFydCBwb2V0 cnksIGlzIG5vdyBpbiB0aGUgcHJvY2VzcyBvZiBicmVha2luZyB1cCBpbnRvIGF0IGxlYXN0 IGZvdXIgZGlzdGluY3QgbGl0ZXJhcnkgZm9ybXMsIGVhY2ggYmFzZWQgb24gYSBmdW5kYW1l bnRhbGx5IGRpZmZlcmVudCByZWxhdGlvbnNoaXAgYmV0d2VlbiBzcG9rZW4gYW5kIHR5cG9n cmFwaGljIGxhbmd1YWdlLiBUaGVzZSBmb3VyIG5ldyBmb3JtcyBvZiBwb2V0cnkgYXJlIGFs c28gY3VycmVudGx5IHRyYW5zZm9ybWluZyB0aGUgZmFjdGlvbmFsIHBvbGl0aWNzIG9mIHRo ZSBsaXRlcmFyeSBzY2VuZSBiZWNhdXNlIHRoZSBiYXNpYyBhc3N1bXB0aW9ucyBhYm91dCB0 aGUgYXJ0aXN0knMgcmVsYXRpb25zaGlwIHRvIGhpcyBvciBoZXIgb3duIGxpbmd1aXN0aWMg bWF0ZXJpYWwgYXJlIG1vcmUgaW1wb3J0YW50IHRoYW4gdGhlIG1vcmUgdmlzaWJsZSBkaWZm ZXJlbmNlcyBiZXR3ZWVuIG9uZSBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9ldGljIHNjaG9vbCBhbmQgYW5v dGhlci4NDVRoZSBtb3N0IGV4dHJlbWUgcmVzcG9uc2UgdG8gdGhlIG5ldyBvcmFsaXR5IGlz IHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHBvZXRyeS4gQXMgdGhlIGFydGlzdJJzIHNvY2lhbCByb2xlIGNoYW5n ZWQgZnJvbSB0aGUgY3JlYXRvciBvZiBhIHRleHQgdG8gdGhlIGNyZWF0b3Igb2YgYW4gb3Jh bCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSwgaXQgd2FzIHByb2JhYmx5IGluZXZpdGFibGUgdGhhdCBhIG5ldyBh cnQgZm9ybSB3b3VsZCBlbWVyZ2Ugb3V0IG9mIHRoZSBtZWRpdW0gb2YgdGhlIHBvZXRyeSBy ZWFkaW5nLiBQZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkgcmVwcmVzZW50cyB0aGUgbWVyZ2VyIG9mIGNl cnRhaW4gcG9ldGljIHRlY2huaXF1ZXMgd2l0aCBmb3JtcyBvZiBkcmFtYSBhbmQgbGl2ZSBl bnRlcnRhaW5tZW50LCBlc3BlY2lhbGx5IHN0YW5kLXVwIGNvbWVkeSBhbmQgaW1wcm92aXNh dG9yeSB0aGVhdGVyLiBJdCBkaWZmZXJzIGZyb20gdHJhZGl0aW9uYWwgb3JhbCBwb2V0cnkg aW4gdGhhdCBpdCBubyBsb25nZXIgZm9jdXNlcyBwcmltYXJpbHkgb24gdGhlIGNyZWF0aW9u IG9mIGEgbGluZ3Vpc3RpYyB0ZXh0IHRoYXQgY291bGSXYXQgbGVhc3QgaW4gdGhlb3J5l2Jl IHRyYW5zY3JpYmVkIGFuZCB0cmFuc21pdHRlZCBpbmRlcGVuZGVudGx5IG9mIHRoZSBzcGVh a2VyknMgcGh5c2ljYWwgcHJlc2VuY2UuIFBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHBvZXRyeSBpcyBub3Qgcm9v dGVkIG9ubHkgaW4gbGFuZ3VhZ2UuIEluc3RlYWQsIGl0IHJlY29nbml6ZXMgYW5kIGV4cGxv aXRzIHRoZSBwaHlzaWNhbCBwcmVzZW5jZSBvZiB0aGUgcGVyZm9ybWVyLCB0aGUgYXVkaWVu Y2UsIGFuZCB0aGUgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2Ugc3BhY2UuIFRoZSB0ZXh0IGlzIG9ubHkgb25lIGVs ZW1lbnQgaW4gaXRzIGFydGlzdGljIHRvdGFsaXR5LiBUaG91Z2ggaXRzIGhpc3RvcmljYWwg b3JpZ2lucyBhcmUgaW4gbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkgaXMg bm93IGEgZGlmZmVyZW50IGFydCwgYW5kIGl0cyBmdW5kYW1lbnRhbCBpcnJlY29uY2lsYWJp bGl0eSB3aXRoIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBiZWNvbWVzIG1vcmUgYXBwYXJlbnQgZWFjaCB5 ZWFyLiBBcyBpdCBkZXZlbG9wcyBvdmVyIHRpbWUsIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHBvZXRyeSB3aWxs IHByb2JhYmx5IGZpbmQgaXRzIGlkZWFsIG1lZGl1bSBub3Qgb24gdGhlIHBhZ2Ugb3IgZXZl biB0aGUgcG9kaXVtIGJ1dCBpbiB0aGUgbW9yZSBtYWxsZWFibGUgZm9ybXMgb2YgdmlkZW8g YW5kIGF1ZGlvIHJlY29yZGluZ5dhIHRyZW5kIGFscmVhZHkgaW4gZXZpZGVuY2Ugb24gYSBs aW1pdGVkIHNjYWxlLiBQZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkgaXMgbm90IHNvIG11Y2ggYSBmb3Jt IG9mIHBvZXRyeSBhcyBhIGxpdmluZyBtZXRhcGhvciBmb3IgaXQuDQ1UaGUgc2Vjb25kIGZv cm0gb2YgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIG9yYWwgcG9ldHJ5LiBXaGV0aGVyIGJhc2VkIG9uIGEgd3JpdHRl biB0ZXh0IG9yIHF1YXNpLWltcHJvdmlzZWQsIHRoaXMgZm9ybSByZXNlbWJsZXMgbXVzaWMg bW9yZSB0aGFuIHdyaXRpbmcgc2luY2UgaXRzIHByaW1hcnkgbWVkaXVtIGlzIHNvbmljIHJh dGhlciB0aGFuIHZpc3VhbCBvciBldmVuIGF1ZGlvLXZpc3VhbC4gVGhlIG5ldyBvcmFsIHBv ZXRyeSBkaWZmZXJzIGZyb20gcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UgcG9ldHJ5IGluIHRoYXQgaXQgdXNlcyB3 b3Jkc5dyYXRoZXIgdGhhbiB0aGUgYXJ0aXN0knMgdG90YWwgcGh5c2ljYWwgcHJlc2VuY2Ug YW5kIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHNwYWNll2FzIGl0cyByYXcgbWF0ZXJpYWwuIFJhcCBhbmQgY293 Ym95IHBvZXRyeSBwaW9uZWVyZWQgdGhpcyBmb3JtIGluIHRoZSBjb250ZXh0IG9mIHBvcHVs YXIgZW50ZXJ0YWlubWVudC4gUG9ldHJ5IHNsYW1zIHJlcHJlc2VudCBhIHNvcnQgb2YgZXhw ZXJpbWVudGFsIGxhYm9yYXRvcnkgZm9yIHRoZSBmb3JtknMgY3Jvc3NvdmVyIHBvc3NpYmls aXRpZXMsIGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgc2luY2UgbWFueSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5LXRyYWluZWQgcG9ldHMg bm93IHNsaXAgaW50byBiYXJzIGFuZCBjYWbpcyB0byBwbGF5IGFyb3VuZCBpbiB0aGUgbWVk aXVtLiBBbW9uZyBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cywgdGhlIG5ldyBvcmFsIHZlcnNlIGlzIGNhbGxl ZCCTU3Bva2VuIFdvcmSUIHBvZXRyeSwgYW5kIGl0IGhhcyBkZXZlbG9wZWQgYSBzdWJzdGFu dGlhbCBhbmQgc2VyaW91cyBmb2xsb3dpbmcuIEluIHRoZSBTYW4gRnJhbmNpc2NvIEJheSBB cmVhLCBmb3IgZXhhbXBsZSwgdGhlcmUgaXMgYWxyZWFkeSBhIHNvcGhpc3RpY2F0ZWQgY29t bXVuaXR5IG9mIFNwb2tlbiBXb3JkIHBvZXRzLCBpbmNsdWRpbmcgYXQgbGVhc3Qgb25lIHdy aXRlcpdKYWNrIEZvbGV5l3dobyBpcyB3b3JraW5nIG91dCBvZiBhIFBvdW5kaWFuIGV4cGVy aW1lbnRhbCB0cmFkaXRpb24gYW5kIGRvaW5nIHdvcmsgdGhhdCBpcyBmaW5lIGJ5IGFueSBz dGFuZGFyZJdleGNlcHQgcGVyaGFwcyBhIHR5cG9ncmFwaGljIG9uZS4gRm9sZXmScyBleGFt cGxlIHJhaXNlcyBhIGdlbmVyYWwgcXVlc3Rpb24uIEJ5IHdoYXQgc3RhbmRhcmQgc2hvdWxk IHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHBvZXRyeSBiZSBqdWRnZWQ/IEFzIG9yYWwgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UsIG11 Y2ggU3Bva2VuIFdvcmQgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIHBvd2VyZnVsIGFuZCBwZXJzdWFzaXZlOyBvbiB0 aGUgcGFnZSBpdCBvZnRlbiBzZWVtcyBvbmx5IGhhbGYtcmVhbGl6ZWQuDQ1UaGUgdGhpcmQg Zm9ybSBvZiBwb2V0cnkgaXMsIGJ5IGNvbXBhcmlzb24sIGF1ZGlvLXZpc3VhbC4gVGhlcmUg aXMgbm8gdHJlbmR5IG5ldyBuYW1lIGZvciBpdCBiZWNhdXNlIHRoaXMgYWVzdGhldGljIG1v c3QgY2xvc2VseSByZXNlbWJsZXMgb3VyIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIGNvbmNlcHRpb24gb2YgcG9l dHJ5LiBJdCBmb2N1c2VzIG9uIHRoZSBjcmVhdGlvbiBvZiB2ZXJzZSB0aGF0IGNhbiB3b3Jr IGVxdWFsbHkgd2VsbCBhcyBhIHR5cG9ncmFwaGljIGVudGl0eSBhbmQgYSBzcG9rZW4gcGVy Zm9ybWFuY2UuIFRoZSBwcm9ibGVtYXRpYyBuYXR1cmUgb2YgdGhpcyBlbnRlcnByaXNlIHNo b3VsZCBiZSBldmlkZW50IGJ5IG5vdyBzaW5jZSBpdCBmYWNlcyB0aGUgY29uZmxpY3Rpbmcg ZGVtYW5kcyBvZiB0aGUgdmlzdWFsIGFlc3RoZXRpYyBvZiBNb2Rlcm5pc3QgcG9ldHJ5IGFu ZCB0aGUgbmV3IG9yYWxpdHkgb2YgbWFzcyBjdWx0dXJlLiBDb25zZXF1ZW50bHksIHRoZSBw b2V0cyB3b3JraW5nIGluIGFuIGF1ZGlvLXZpc3VhbCBhZXN0aGV0aWMsIHdoZXRoZXIgdGhl eSB1c2UgbWV0cmljYWwgb3IgZnJlZSB2ZXJzZSwgYXJlIGluY3JlYXNpbmdseSBkcmF3biB0 byBhdWRpdG9yeSBmb3Jtl2FwcHJlaGVuc2libGUgcGF0dGVybnMgb2Ygc3ludGF4IGFuZCBy aGV0b3JpYywgaWYgbm90IHJoeW1lIGFuZCBtZXRlci4gSW4gdGhpcyBzZW5zZSwgdGhleSBt b3JlIGNsb3NlbHkgcmVzZW1ibGUgdGhlIHBvZXRzIG9mIHNjcmliYWwgY3VsdHVyZXMgbGlr ZSB0aGUgZWFybHkgUmVuYWlzc2FuY2UsIHdobyBjb21wb3NlZCBjYXJlZnVsbHkgd3JpdHRl biB2ZXJzZSB0byBiZSByZWFkIGFsb3VkLCB0aGFuIHRoZXkgZG8gdGhlIGhpZ2ggTW9kZXJu aXN0cyBsaWtlIFBvdW5kLCBjdW1taW5ncywgb3IgV2lsbGlhbXMgd2hvLCBjb25maWRlbnQg aW4gdGhlaXIgcGxhY2UgaW4gcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSwgcmVndWxhcmx5IGNvbXBvc2VkIHBv ZW1zIHRoYXQgY291bGQgbm90IGJlIHJlYWxpemVkIGFzIHNwZWVjaCB3aXRob3V0IHRvdGFs bHkgb3IgcGFydGlhbGx5IGRpc3NpcGF0aW5nIHRoZWlyIGVmZmVjdHMuDQ1GaW5hbGx5LCB0 aGVyZSBpcyB2aXN1YWwgcG9ldHJ5LCBhIGZvcm0gd2hlcmUgdGhlIGxhbmd1YWdlIGV4aXN0 cyBwcmltYXJpbHkgYXMgdHlwb2dyYXBoeS4gQXQgb25lIGVuZCBvZiB0aGlzIGFlc3RoZXRp YywgdGhlIHdvcmsgY2FuIGJlIHJlYWQgYWxvdWQgbGlrZSB0aGUgd29yayBvZiBNYXJpYW5u ZSBNb29yZSBvciBSb2JlcnQgQ3JlZWxleSwgYnV0IG5vdCB3aXRob3V0IGxvc2luZyBhdCBs ZWFzdCBzb21lIG9mIGl0cyBpbXBhY3Qgc2luY2UgdGhlIGZvcm0gb2YgdGhlIHBvZXRyeSBl bmdhZ2VzIHRoZSBleWUgYW5kIGNyZWF0ZXMgYSB2aXN1YWwgcHJvc29keSBhdCBsZWFzdCBw YXJ0aWFsbHkgZGVwZW5kZW50IG9uIHNpbGVudCByZWFkaW5nLiBMYW5ndWFnZSBQb2V0cnks IGZvciBpbnN0YW5jZSwgc2VsZi1jb25zY2lvdXNseSBzZXBhcmF0ZXMgaXRzZWxmIGZyb20g dGhlIHNwb2tlbiBsYW5ndWFnZSBpbiB0aGlzIHdheSBhbmQgY2hhcmFjdGVyaXN0aWNhbGx5 IGFubm91bmNlcyBpdHNlbGYgYXMgk3dyaXRpbmeUIG9yIJN0ZXh0LpQgQnV0IGl0IHVzdWFs bHkgcmVtYWlucyBhIHRleHQgdGhhdCBjYW4gYmUgcmVhZCBhbG91ZC4gQXQgdGhlIG90aGVy IGVuZCBvZiB0aGlzIHZpc3VhbCBhZXN0aGV0aWMsIGFzIGluIGNvbmNyZXRlIHBvZXRyeSwg dGhlIHRleHQgY2Fubm90IGJlIHJlYWxpemVkIGluIGFueSBtZWFuaW5nZnVsIHNlbnNlIGFz IHNwb2tlbiBsYW5ndWFnZS4gQSBwb2VtIGxpa2UgSm9obiBIb2xsYW5kZXKScyBmYW1vdXMg c2hhcGVkIJNTd2FulCBoYXMgbm8gcmVhbCBleGlzdGVuY2UgYXMgc3Bva2VuIGxhbmd1YWdl LiBBcyBhIHdvcmsgb2YgYXJ0LCBpdCByZXN0cyBlbnRpcmVseSBpbiB0eXBvZ3JhcGh5Lg0N T2YgY291cnNlLCBubyBwb2V0IGlzIHJlcXVpcmVkIHRvIHdvcmsgaW4gb25seSBvbmUgZm9y bS4gUG91bmQgYW5kIGN1bW1pbmdzIGZyZXF1ZW50bHkgY3Jvc3NlZCB0aGUgYm9yZGVyIGJl dHdlZW4gYXVkaXRvcnkgYW5kIHZpc3VhbCBwb2V0cnkuIFJhdGhlciwgdGhlIHBvaW50IGlz IHRoYXQgdGhlIGFlc3RoZXRpYyBvZiBlYWNoIGZvcm0gaXMgZGlmZmVyZW50LCBhbmQgdW5k ZXIgdGhlIHByZXNzdXJlIG9mIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgY3VsdHVyZSwgYXJ0aXN0cyBhcmUgcHVz aGluZyB0aGUgZm9ybXMgZnVydGhlciBhcGFydCBhcyB0aGUgZW1lcmdlbmNlIG9mIG5ldyBm b3JtcyBsaWtlIFNwb2tlbiBXb3JkIGFuZCBTbGFtIFBvZXRyeSBkZW1vbnN0cmF0ZXMuIFdy aXRlcnMgd2hvIHdvcmsgaW4gbXVsdGlwbGUgZm9ybXMgd2lsbCB0cmVhdCB0aGVtIGFzIGRp ZmZlcmVudCBtZWRpYSBqdXN0IGFzIHZpc3VhbCBhcnRpc3RzIGFwcHJvYWNoIG9pbCBwYWlu dGluZyBhbmQgY29wcGVyLXBsYXRlIGV0Y2hpbmcgYXMgaW5kaXZpZHVhbCBtZWRpYSByZXF1 aXJpbmcgZGlmZmVyZW50IHRlY2huaXF1ZXMuDQ1UaGUgZGVjbGluZSBvZiBwcmludCBjdWx0 dXJlIGhhcyBiZWVuIGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgaGFyZCBvbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cyBzaW5jZSBp dCBoYXMgYnJva2VuIGRvd24gdGhlIGVsYWJvcmF0ZSBjdWx0dXJhbCBtYWNoaW5lcnkgYnkg d2hpY2ggdGhleSBvbmNlIHJlYWNoZWQgdGhlaXIgYXVkaWVuY2UuIFRyYWRpdGlvbmFsbHkg YSBwb2V0knMgcmVhZGVyc2hpcCBhbmQgcmVwdXRhdGlvbiB3YXMgaW5mbHVlbmNlZCBtYWlu bHkgYnkgZm91ciBpbnRlcnJlbGF0ZWQgZmFjdG9yc5dqb3VybmFsaXN0aWMgcmV2aWV3cywg c2VyaW91cyAodXN1YWxseSBhY2FkZW1pYykgbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3JpdGljaXNtLCBhbnRob2xv Z2llcywgYW5kIGdlbmVyYWwgcHJlc3MgY292ZXJhZ2UuIEFsbCBmb3VyIG1lYW5zIG9mIHJl YWNoaW5nIHRoZSBsaXRlcmFyeSByZWFkaW5nIHB1YmxpYyBoYXZlIGRpbWluaXNoZWQgbm90 YWJseSBpbiB0aGUgbGFzdCBmZXcgZGVjYWRlcy4gRmlyc3Qgb2YgYWxsLCBjb250ZW1wb3Jh cnkgcG9ldHJ5IG9jY3VwaWVzIGEgbXVjaCBzbWFsbGVyIHBsYWNlIGluIHRoZSBhY2FkZW15 IHRoYW4gaXQgZGlkIHRoaXJ0eSB5ZWFycyBhZ28uIEFzIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHRoZW9yeSBhbmQg Y3VsdHVyYWwgc3R1ZGllcyBkb21pbmF0ZSBjcml0aWNhbCBkaXNjb3Vyc2UsIGNvbnRlbXBv cmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgYmVjb21lcyBhIG1hcmdpbmFsIGZpZWxkLiBBdHRlbmQgYW4gYWNhZGVt aWMgbGl0ZXJhcnkgY29uZmVyZW5jZSB0aGVzZSBkYXlzIGFuZCB5b3UgYXJlIG1vcmUgbGlr ZWx5IHRvIGhlYXIsIGFzIEkgcmVjZW50bHkgZGlkLCBwYXBlcnMgb24gdGhlIGRlc2lnbiBv ZiB0aGUgTG9zIEFuZ2VsZXMgRnJlZXdheSBzeXN0ZW0gYXMgYW4gZXhwcmVzc2lvbiBvZiBw aGFsbG9jZW50cmljIHBvd2VyIG9yIGdlbmRlci1jb2RpbmcgaW4gYnJlYWtmYXN0IGNlcmVh bCBhZHZlcnRpc2luZyB0aGFuIHlvdSBhcmUgdG8gZmluZCBleGFtaW5hdGlvbnMgb2YgY29u dGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRyeS4NDVNlY29uZCwgbXVjaCBvZiB0aGUgYWNhZGVtaWMgY29tbWVu dGFyeSBvbiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIHdyaXR0ZW4gaW4gdGhlIHByb2Zlc3Np b25hbCBsYW5ndWFnZSBvZiBhY2FkZW1lIHJhdGhlciB0aGFuIGEgcHVibGljIGlkaW9tLiBU aGlzIG1hbmRhcmluIGNvZGUgbWF5IG9mZmVyIGNlcnRhaW4gYWR2YW50YWdlcywgYnV0IGVu Z2FnaW5nIHRoZSBpbnRlcmVzdCBvZiB0aGUgc2VyaW91cyBhbmQgaW50ZWxsaWdlbnQgbm9u LXNwZWNpYWxpc3QgaXMgbm90IG9uZSBvZiB0aGVtLiBUaGlyZCwgdGhlIG1hZ2F6aW5lcyB0 aGF0IHN0aWxsIHJldmlldyBwb2V0cnkgYXJlIHVzdWFsbHkgc21hbGwsIGV4cGVuc2l2ZSwg YW5kIGhhcmQgdG8gb2J0YWluLiBBbnlvbmUgd2l0aG91dCBhY2Nlc3MgdG8gYSBsYXJnZSB1 bml2ZXJzaXR5IGxpYnJhcnkgd2lsbCBub3QgYmUgYWJsZSB0byBsb2NhdGUgbW9zdCBsaXRl cmFyeSBqb3VybmFscywgYW5kIGV2ZW4gaW5mb3JtZWQgcmVhZGVycyBkbyBub3Qga25vdyBv ZiB0aGUgZXhpc3RlbmNlIG9mIG1hbnkgbGVhZGluZyBqb3VybmFscy4gVGhlIHRyYWRpdGlv bmFsIHByaW50IG1lZGl1bSBoYXMgc28gY29uc3BpY3VvdXNseSBmYWlsZWQgaW4gdGhpcyBy ZWdhcmQgdGhhdCBtb3N0IG5ldyBsaXRlcmFyeSBqb3VybmFscyBhcmUgbm93IGVsZWN0cm9u aWMuDQ1GaW5hbGx5LCB0aGVyZSBoYXMgYmVlbiBhIGRlY2xpbmUgaW4gdGhlIHF1YWxpdHkg YW5kIHNlcmlvdXNuZXNzIG9mIHBvZXRyeSByZXZpZXdpbmcgaXRzZWxmLiBUaGUgZmV3IHJl dmlld3Mgd3JpdHRlbiBpbiBhIHB1YmxpYyBpZGlvbSB3aGV0aGVyIGluIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGpv dXJuYWxzIG9yIHRoZSBnZW5lcmFsIHByZXNzIGFyZSBpbmNyZWFzaW5nbHkgY2hhcmFjdGVy aXplZCBieSB0aGVpciBibGFuZGx5IHVuY3JpdGljYWwgcXVhbGl0eS4gQ29uc2Npb3VzIG9m IGhvdyBsaXR0bGUgY292ZXJhZ2UgbmV3IHZlcnNlIHJlY2VpdmVzIGFuZCBob3cgc21hbGwg dGhlIHBvZXRyeSBzdWJjdWx0dXJlIGlzLCBtb3N0IHJldmlld2VycyBhdm9pZCBuZWdhdGl2 ZSBvciBza2VwdGljYWwgYXNzZXNzbWVudHMuIFNhdnZ5IHJlYWRlcnMgc29vbiBsZWFybiB0 byBkaXNjb3VudCB0aGlzIG92ZXJ0IHB1ZmZlcnkuIENvbnNlcXVlbnRseSwgdGhlIHJlYWRl ciBzZXJpb3VzbHkgaW50ZXJlc3RlZCBpbiBmb2xsb3dpbmcgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRy eSBmaW5kcyB0aGF0IGNyaXRpY2lzbSBub3cgY29tZXMgbWFpbmx5IGluIGZvdXIgdmFyaWV0 aWVzOiBpbnZpc2libGUsIGluY29tcHJlaGVuc2libGUsIGluYWNjZXNzaWJsZSwgYW5kIGlu c2luY2VyZS4gSXMgaXQgYW55IHdvbmRlciB0aGF0IG1vc3QgYWZpY2lvbmFkb3MgcHJlZmVy IHRvIGdvIHRvIHBvZXRyeSByZWFkaW5ncyBhbmQgbWFrZSB1cCB0aGVpciBvd24gbWluZHM/ DQ1UaGUgdW5wcmVjZWRlbnRlZCB3ZWFsdGggb2YgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UgdmVudWVzIGZvciBw b2V0cnksIGhvd2V2ZXIsIGlzIG5vdCB3aXRob3V0IGl0cyBpcm9ueS4gSWYgdGhlIHB1Ymxp YyByZWFkaW5nIGhhcyBiZWNvbWUgdGhlIG1vc3QgaW1wb3J0YW50IGN1bHR1cmFsIGZvcmNl IHN1c3RhaW5pbmcgdGhlIGF1ZGllbmNlIGZvciBuZXcgcG9ldHJ5LCBpdCBpcyBhbHNvIGEg Y2hpZWYgY2F1c2UgZm9yIGl0cyBjb250aW51aW5nIGZyYWdtZW50YXRpb24uIFNpbmNlIHRo ZXJlIGlzIGxpdHRsZSBtYXNzIG1lZGlhIGNvdmVyYWdlIGZvciBwb2V0cnksIHRoZSBhcnQg aGFzIG5vdCBvbmx5IGJlY29tZSBoaWdobHkgcmVnaW9uYWwgYnV0IGV2ZW4gbG9jYWwuIFdp dGggZmV3IGV4Y2VwdGlvbnMsIHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBnZW5lcmFsbHkga25vd3MgdGhlIHdv cmsgb2YgbGl2aW5nIHBvZXRzIG9ubHkgaWYgdGhleSBoYXZlIGhlYXJkIHRoZW0gb3IgcGVy aGFwcyBoYWQgYSBmcmllbmQgd2hvIGhlYXJkIHRoZSBwb2V0IGFuZCBwYXNzZWQgYWxvbmcg YSBib29rLiBBbm90aGVyIHJldmVhbGluZyBpcm9ueSBpcyB0aGF0IHNvbWV0aW1lcyB0aGUg b25seSBwbGFjZSBvbmUgY2FuIGZpbmQgYSByZWFzb25hYmx5IHdlbGwta25vd24gcG9ldJJz IGJvb2tzIGlzIGF0IGhpcyBvciBoZXIgcmVhZGluZy4gT3JhbCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBoYXNu knQgcmVwbGFjZWQgdGhlIHByaW50ZWQgbWVkaXVtIGZvciBwb2V0cnksIGJ1dCBpbiB0aGUg YWJzZW5jZSBvZiBvdGhlciBwdWJsaWMgc3VwcG9ydCBmb3IgcG9ldHJ5IGl0IG5vdyBzZXJ2 ZXMgYXMgdGhlIG1haW4gcHVibGljIGVudHJhbmNlIGludG8gYW4gaW5jcmVhc2luZ2x5IGlu YWNjZXNzaWJsZSBtZWRpdW0uDQ1WSUlJLiBSaXNlIG9mIHRoZSBOZXcgQm9oZW1pYQ0NVGhl IHNlY29uZCBub3RhYmxlIGFzcGVjdCBvZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5LCBpdHMg bm9uLWFjYWRlbWljIHByb3ZlbmFuY2UsIGFsc28gc2VlbXMgdG8gZGlzdGluZ3Vpc2ggaXQg ZnJvbSBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkuIFRoZSBtb3N0IGNvbW1vbiBvYnNlcnZhdGlvbiBhYm91 dCB0aGUgc2l0dWF0aW9uIG9mIGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBBbWVyaWNhbiBwb2V0cnmXbWFkZSBi eSBuYXRpdmUgYW5kIGZvcmVpZ24gb2JzZXJ2ZXJzl2lzIHRoYXQgaXQgaXMgaGVhZHF1YXJ0 ZXJlZCBpbiB0aGUgdW5pdmVyc2l0eSwgbWFpbmx5IHRoZSBodW5kcmVkcyBvZiBncmFkdWF0 ZSBjcmVhdGl2ZSB3cml0aW5nIHByb2dyYW1zIGFjcm9zcyB0aGUgY291bnRyeS4gU3VyZWx5 LCBoZXJlIGF0IGxlYXN0LCBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgZGlmZmVycyBmdW5kYW1lbnRhbGx5 IGZyb20gdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeS4NDU9uIGNsb3NlciBpbnNwZWN0aW9uLCBo b3dldmVyLCB0aGUgbmVhciBtb25vcG9seSB0aGF0IHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5IHNvIHJlY2Vu dGx5IGVuam95ZWQgaW4gdGhlIHN0ZXdhcmRzaGlwIG9mIHBvZXRyeSBub3cgc2VlbXMgdG8g YmUgZGlzc29sdmluZyBpbiB0aGUgZmFjZSBvZiBlY29ub21pYywgZGVtb2dyYXBoaWMsIGFu ZCB0ZWNobm9sb2dpY2FsIGNoYW5nZXMuIFRoZSBhY2FkZW15knMgcm9sZSBpbiBzdXBwb3J0 aW5nIG5ldyBwb2V0cnkgaXMgbm90IGRpc2FwcGVhcmluZy4gV3JpdGluZyBwcm9ncmFtcyBh bmQgRW5nbGlzaCBkZXBhcnRtZW50cyBjb250aW51ZSB0byBwbGF5IGEgZGVjaXNpdmUgcm9s ZSBpbiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgbGV0dGVycy4gQnV0IHRoZSBsYXJnZXIgbGl0ZXJhcnkgd29y bGQgdGhhdCBzdXJyb3VuZHMgdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNpdHkgaGFzIHJlY2VudGx5IGNoYW5nZWQg c28gc2lnbmlmaWNhbnRseSB0aGF0IHRoZSBhY2FkZW15knMgcG9zaXRpb24gaW4gbGl0ZXJh cnkgY3VsdHVyZSBpcyBiZWluZyB0cmFuc2Zvcm1lZC4gVGhlIGZvcnR5LXllYXIgcGVyaW9k IG9mIHVuZGlzcHV0ZWQgZG9taW5hbmNlIHRoYXQgdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNpdHkgZXhlcmNpc2Vk IG92ZXIgQW1lcmljYW4gcG9ldHJ5ICh3aGljaCBvbmUgbWlnaHQgZGF0ZSBmcm9tIHRoYXQg bW9tZW50IGluIHRoZSBlYXJseSBzaXh0aWVzIHdoZW4gQmVhdHMgYW5kIG90aGVyIHN1cnZp dm9ycyBvZiB0aGUgb2xkIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGJvaGVtaWEsIGxpa2UgUmV4cm90aCwgR2luc2Jl cmcsIGFuZCBCYXJha2EgYmVnYW4gdGFraW5nIGFjYWRlbWljIGpvYnMpIGlzIG5vdyBvdmVy LiBBbWVyaWNhbiBwb2V0cnkgaXMgcHJlc2VudGx5IHJldHVybmluZyB0byBhIG1vcmUgaGlz dG9yaWNhbGx5IHR5cGljYWwsIGFuIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbGx5IGhlYWx0aGllciBzaXR1YXRp b24gd2hlcmUgdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNpdHmScyByb2xlIGlzIGJhbGFuY2VkIGJ5IGEgc3Ryb25n IG5vbi1hY2FkZW1pYyBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlLg0NT25lIHNlZXMgZXZpZGVuY2Ugb2Yg dGhlIGRpbWluaXNoZWQgcm9sZSB0aGUgdW5pdmVyc2l0eSBwbGF5cyBpbiBjb250ZW1wb3Jh cnkgcG9ldHJ5IG1lcmVseSBieSBsaXN0aW5nIHNvbWUgb2YgdGhlIG1vc3QgaW5mbHVlbnRp YWwgcmVjZW50IGRldmVsb3BtZW50cyBpbiBBbWVyaWNhbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBsaWZlLCBtb3N0 IG9mIHdoaWNoIGhhcHBlbmVkIG9mZiBjYW1wdXMuIEJleW9uZCB0aGUgZW1lcmdlbmNlIG9m IHJhcCwgY293Ym95IHBvZXRyeSwgYW5kIHBvZXRyeSBzbGFtcywgbm90YWJsZSBjaGFuZ2Vz IGluY2x1ZGUgdGhlIHJpc2Ugb2YgaW5kZXBlbmRlbnQgbm9ucHJvZml0IGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBy ZXNzZXMgbGlrZSBHcmF5d29sZiwgQ29wcGVyIENhbnlvbiwgQ3VyYnN0b25lLCBhbmQgU3Rv cnkgTGluZSB1bmFmZmlsaWF0ZWQgd2l0aCBpbnN0aXR1dGlvbnMgb3IgYWNhZGVtaWMgb3Ig Y29tbWVyY2lhbCBwdWJsaXNoZXJzOyB0aGUgZ3Jvd3RoIG9mIG5vbi1hY2FkZW1pYyBsaXRl cmFyeSBzZXJ2aWNlIG9yZ2FuaXphdGlvbnMgbGlrZSBQb2V0cyAmIFdyaXRlcnMsIFBvZXRz IEhvdXNlLCBQb2V0cnkgU29jaWV0eSBvZiBBbWVyaWNhLCBhbmQgVGhlIEFjYWRlbXkgb2Yg QW1lcmljYW4gUG9ldHM7IHRoZSBjcmVhdGlvbiBvZiBlbGVjdHJvbmljIG5ldHdvcmtzIGFu ZCBqb3VybmFscyBsaWtlIFBvZXRyeSBEYWlseSwgQ29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IFBvZXRyeSBSZXZp ZXcsIGFuZCBFcmF0b3NwaGVyZSwgbGlua2luZyBpbmRpdmlkdWFsIHdyaXRlcnMgYWNyb3Nz IHRoZSBuYXRpb247IHRoZSBkZXZlbG9wbWVudCBvZiBkZXNrdG9wIHB1Ymxpc2hpbmcgdGhh dCBoYXMgbWFkZSBib29rcyBhbmQgc21hbGwgbWFnYXppbmVzIGVhc3kgdG8gaXNzdWUgd2l0 aG91dCB0aGUgZmluYW5jaWFsIGFuZCBvcmdhbml6YXRpb25hbCBzdXBwb3J0IG9mIGFjYWRl bWljIGluc3RpdHV0aW9uczsgYW5kIHRoZSB0cmFuc2Zvcm1hdGlvbiBvZiBib29rc3RvcmVz LCBsaWJyYXJpZXMsIGdhbGxlcmllcywgbXVzZXVtcywgYW5kIGNvbW11bml0eSBjZW50ZXJz IGludG8gdmVudWVzIGZvciBsaXRlcmFyeSBlZHVjYXRpb24gYW5kIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlLiBU b2dldGhlciB0aGVzZSB0cmVuZHMgaGF2ZSBjcmVhdGVkIGEgbmV3IGJvaGVtaWEgbm90IGxv Y2F0ZWQgaW4gYSBzcGVjaWZpYyB1cmJhbiBuZWlnaGJvcmhvb2QgYnV0IHNjYXR0ZXJlZCBh Y3Jvc3MgdXJiYW4gYXJlYXMgYW5kIGxpbmtlZCBieSBlbGVjdHJvbmljIG1lZGlhIGFuZCBj b21tdW5hbCBzcGFjZS4NDVRoZSB0cmFuc2Zvcm1hdGlvbiBvZiB0aGUgQW1lcmljYW4gbGl0 ZXJhcnkgYm9va3N0b3JlIGR1cmluZyB0aGUgcGFzdCBmaWZ0ZWVuIHllYXJzIGNhbiBzZXJ2 ZSBhcyBhIHBhcmFkaWdtIGZvciB0aGUgYnJvYWRlciBjaGFuZ2VzIGluIG5vbi1hY2FkZW1p YyBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlLiBBcyBwcmludCBjdWx0dXJlIGRlY2xpbmVkLCBhcyB0aGUg cHVibGljIHNwYWNlIGZvciBzZXJpb3VzIGxpdGVyYXR1cmUgZHdpbmRsZWQsIGFuZCB0aGUg dW5pdmVyc2l0eSBiZWNhbWUgdGhlIG9ubHkgdmlzaWJsZSBmb3J1bSBmb3IgbGl0ZXJhdGks IGFuIGVudHJlcHJlbmV1cmlhbCB2YW5ndWFyZCBvZiBBbWVyaWNhbiBib29rc2VsbGVycyBw aW9uZWVyZWQgYSByYWRpY2FsIGFuZCBlZmZlY3RpdmUgZGVmZW5zZSB0aGF0IGhhcyBkb25l IGF0IGxlYXN0IGFzIG11Y2ggdG8gYnVpbGQgdGhlIGF1ZGllbmNlIGZvciBBbWVyaWNhbiBw b2V0cnkgYXMgYWxsIHRoZSB3cml0aW5nIHByb2dyYW1zIGluIHRoZSByZXB1YmxpYy4gVGhl eSBncmFkdWFsbHkgdHJhbnNmb3JtZWQgdGhlaXIgcHJlbWlzZXMgZnJvbSBhIG1hcmtldHBs YWNlIGZvciBib29rcyBpbnRvIGEgbWFya2V0cGxhY2UgZm9yIGlkZWFzLiBJcm9uaWNhbGx5 LCB0aGVpciBtZWFucyBvZiBzdXBwb3J0aW5nIHByaW50IHdhcyB0byBib3Jyb3cgZmVhdHVy ZXMgb2YgdGhlIG5ldyBvcmFsIGN1bHR1cmUuDQ1EZXBlbmRlbnQgb24gcmVhZGVycyBmb3Ig ZWNvbm9taWMgc3Vydml2YWwgYW5kIGZpcmVkIGJ5IGNvbnZpY3Rpb24gaW4gdGhlIGltcG9y dGFuY2Ugb2YgcHJlc2VydmluZyBwcmludCBjdWx0dXJlLCBib29rc2VsbGVycyBkZXZpc2Vk IGEgbmV3IHN1cHBvcnQgc3lzdGVtIGZvciBsaXRlcmF0dXJlIHRoYXQgY29tYmluZWQgdGhl IGJlc3QgZmVhdHVyZXMgb2YgZWxlY3Ryb25pYyBjdWx0dXJlLCBhY2FkZW1pYyB0cmFkaXRp b24sIG1hcmtldCBlY29ub21pY3MsIGFuZCBib2hlbWlhbiBlZ2FsaXRhcmlhbmlzbS4gVGhl eSB1bmRlcnN0b29kIHRoYXQgdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNpdHmScyBjaGllZiBhcHBlYWwgdG8gbWFu eSBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxzIHdhcyBub3QgaXRzIHNjaG9sYXJseSByaWdvciBidXQgdGhlIHNl bnNlIG9mIGNvbW11bml0eSBpdCBwcm92aWRlZC4gVGhleSBjb3BpZWQgdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNp dHkgYnkgdHVybmluZyB0aGVpciBib29rc3RvcmVzIGludG8gc21hbGwgY29tbXVuaXRpZXOX b2Z0ZW4gYnkgYWRkaW5nIHdoYXQgc2VlbWVkIGF0IHRoZSB0aW1lIGRlY2lkZWRseSBvZGQg aW5ub3ZhdGlvbnMgbGlrZSBlYXN5IGNoYWlycyBhbmQgZXNwcmVzc28gbWFjaGluZXMuIFRo ZXkgYWRhcHRlZCB0aGUgaW50aW1hdGUgb3JhbCBwcmVzZW50YXRpb24gb2YgdGVsZXZpc2lv biBhbmQgcmFkaW8gdG8gdGhlIGVuZHMgb2YgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSBhbmQgcHJlc2VudGVk IHN0ZWFkeSBzdHJlYW1zIG9mIGluZm9ybWFsIHJlYWRpbmdzLCBsZWN0dXJlcywgYW5kIGRp c2N1c3Npb24gZ3JvdXBzIHRvIHByb3ZpZGUgYW4gYWNjZXNzIGludG8gbGl0ZXJhdHVyZS4g VGhleSBhbHNvIGNhdGVyZWQgdG8gZWxlY3Ryb25pYyBjdWx0dXJlknMgb2JzZXNzaW9uIHdp dGggcGVyc29uYWxpdHkgYnkgYnJpbmdpbmcgdGhlIHdyaXRlcnMgb2ZmIHRoZSBwYWdlIGFu ZCBpbnRvIHRoZSBib29rc3RvcmUuIFRoZXkgZm91bmQgYSB3YXkgdG8gY29tYmluZSB0aGUg ZWNvbm9taWMgaW50ZXJlc3RzIG9mIHB1Ymxpc2hlcnMsIGJvb2tzdG9yZXMsIGFuZCBwb2V0 cyB0byBvdmVyY29tZSB0aGUgZmluYW5jaWFsIG1hcmdpbmFsaXR5IG9mIHNlcmlvdXMgbGl0 ZXJhdHVyZS4gRmluYWxseSwgdGhleSBjb3BpZWQgYm9oZW1pYSBieSBkZW1vY3JhdGl6aW5n IGxpdGVyYXJ5IGN1bHR1cmUgaW4gd2F5cyB0aGUgaGllcmFyY2hpY2FsIGluc3RpdHV0aW9u cyBsaWtlIHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5IGNhbm5vdCBzbyBlYXNpbHkgbWFuYWdlLiBBIHN0dWRl bnQsIGFmdGVyIGFsbCwgaXMgbm90IGFsd2F5cyByaWdodCwgYnV0IHRoZSBjdXN0b21lciBp bnZhcmlhYmx5IGlzLiBPdmVyIHRoZSBwYXN0IGRlY2FkZSBib29rc3RvcmVzIGxpa2UgQ2hh cHRlcnMgaW4gV2FzaGluZ3RvbiwgRC5DLiBvciBDb2R5knMgaW4gQmVya2VsZXkgaGF2ZSBw cmVzZW50ZWQgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcHJvZ3JhbW1pbmcgZXF1YWwgdG8gdGhhdCBvZiBtYWpvciB1 bml2ZXJzaXRpZXMsIGFuZCBpdCBoYXMgYmVlbiBmcmVlIGFuZCBvcGVuIHRvIGFueW9uZSB3 aG8gd2Fsa2VkIGluIHRoZSBkb29yLg0NTWVhbndoaWxlIHRoZSBwb2V0cnkgd29ybGQgaGFz IGJlY29tZSBsZXNzIGFjYWRlbWljIGR1ZSB0byBhbiB1bmxpa2VseSBzb3VyY2WXdGhlIHVu aXZlcnNpdHkgaXRzZWxmLiBGb3Igc2V2ZXJhbCBkZWNhZGVzIG5vdyBhY2FkZW1pYyB3cml0 aW5nIHByb2dyYW1zIGhhdmUgYmVlbiBwcm9kdWNpbmcgZGVncmVlLWJlYXJpbmcgZ3JhZHVh dGVzIGZhciBiZXlvbmQgdGhlIG5lZWRzIG9mIHRoZSBqb2IgbWFya2V0LiBUaGVyZSBhcmUg bm93IGFib3V0IDI1LDAwMCBNRkFzIHByb2R1Y2VkIGVhY2ggZGVjYWRlIG9mIHdob20gb25s eSBzb21lIHNtYWxsIGZyYWN0aW9uIHdpbGwgYmVjb21lIGNvbGxlZ2UgdGVhY2hlcnMuIElm IGEgeW91bmcgQW1lcmljYW4gcG9ldCB0b2RheSBpcyBtb3JlIGxpa2VseSB0aGFuIGV2ZXIg dG8gaGF2ZSBzdHVkaWVkIGluIGEgZ3JhZHVhdGUgd3JpdGluZyBwcm9ncmFtLCBoZSBvciBz aGUgaXMgbm93IGxlc3MgbGlrZWx5IHRoYW4gZXZlciB0byBzdGF5IHRoZXJlIGFzIGEgdGVh Y2hlci4gVGhlc2Ugam9ibGVzcyBncmFkdWF0ZXMgYXJlIGpvaW5pbmcgbm9uLWFjYWRlbWlj IGxpdGVyYXRpIHRvIGNyZWF0ZSBhIG5ldyBib2hlbWlhl2Egc2VyaW91cyBsaXRlcmFyeSBj dWx0dXJlIHRoYXQgaXMgZ3Jvd2luZyBvdXQgb2YgdGhlIGNvbnN0ZWxsYXRpb25zIG9mIGJv b2tzdG9yZXMsIG5vbnByb2ZpdCBwcmVzc2VzLCBjb21tdW5pdHktYmFzZWQgd3JpdGluZyBj ZW50ZXJzLCBzbWFsbCBtYWdhemluZXMsIHdlZWtlbmQgY29uZmVyZW5jZXMsIGFuZCBjb21w dXRlciBuZXR3b3JrcywgY29tYmluZWQgd2l0aCB0aGUgbGFyZ2VyIHdvcmxkcyBvZiBqb3Vy bmFsaXNtLCBwdWJsaXNoaW5nLCBhbmQgYXJ0cyBtYW5hZ2VtZW50Lg0NVGhlIG5ldyBib2hl bWlhIHdpbGwgbm90IHJlcGxhY2UgYWNhZGVtaWEgaW4gY3VsdHVyYWwgbGlmZSBidXQgc3Vw cGxlbWVudCBpdCwgYW5kIHRoZSB0d28gY29tbXVuaXRpZXMgd2lsbCBub3Qgb25seSBmZWVk IG9mZiBvbmUgYW5vdGhlcpJzIGVuZXJneSBidXQgcHJvdmlkZSB0aGUgc3lzdGVtIG9mIGlu dGVsbGVjdHVhbCBhbmQgYXJ0aXN0aWMgY2hlY2tzIGFuZCBiYWxhbmNlcyB0aGF0IHdhcyBz b3JlbHkgbGFja2luZyBpbiB0aGUgbGF0ZSB0d2VudGlldGggY2VudHVyeZJzIGxvcHNpZGVk IGxpdGVyYXJ5IGN1bHR1cmUuIEJlY2F1c2UgdGhpcyBuZXcgYm9oZW1pYSBpcyBzbyBkZWNl bnRyYWxpemVkLCBmZXcgcGVvcGxlLCBpbmNsdWRpbmcgaXRzIG93biBtZW1iZXJzLCBub3cg cmVhbGl6ZSB0aGUgc2NvcGUgb2YgaXRzIGFjdGl2aXRpZXMsIGJ1dCBpdHMgcmF0ZSBvZiBn cm93dGggaXMgZXh0cmFvcmRpbmFyeS4gVG9kYXksIGZvciB0aGUgZmlyc3QgdGltZSBpbiBm aWZ0eSB5ZWFycywgdGhlIHZhc3QgbWFqb3JpdHkgb2YgeW91bmcgQW1lcmljYW4gd3JpdGVy cyBub3cgbGl2ZSBhbmQgd29yayBvdXRzaWRlIHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5LiBUaGUgY3VsdHVy YWwgY29uc2VxdWVuY2VzIG9mIHRoaXMgZWNvbm9taWMgYW5kIGRlbW9ncmFwaGljIGNoYW5n ZSB3aWxsIHNpZ25pZmljYW50bHkgYWZmZWN0IGV2ZXJ5IGFzcGVjdCBvZiBBbWVyaWNhbiBw b2V0cnkuDQ1JWC4gVGhlIEF1ZGl0b3J5IEF2YW50LUdhcmRlDQ1CeSBub3cgaXQgc2hvdWxk IGFsc28gYmUgYXBwYXJlbnQgdGhhdCB0aGUgdGhpcmQgc2lnbmlmaWNhbnQgZmVhdHVyZSBv ZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5l2l0cyB1c2Ugb2YgYXVkaXRvcnkgZm9ybSwgaXRz IHVuYXBvbG9nZXRpYyBkZWxpZ2h0IGluIHBhdHRlcm5pbmcgc291bmSXaXMgYWxzbyBpbmNy ZWFzaW5nbHkgZXZpZGVudCBpbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkuIFRoaXMgc2hpZnQgaW4gc2Vu c2liaWxpdHkgdG93YXJkIG9yYWxpdHkgaXMgbm90IGEgc2luZ2xlIGxpdGVyYXJ5IG1vdmVt ZW50LCBhIHNpbmlzdGVyIGNhYmFsIG9mIHlvdW5nIHBvZXRzIG1hbGljaW91c2x5IGRldGVy bWluZWQgdG8g6XBhdGVyIGxlcyBib3VyZ2VvaXMgYXZhbnQtZ2FyZGVzLCBhcyBpdCBoYXMg c29tZXRpbWVzIGJlZW4gbWlzY29uc3RydWVkLiBSYXRoZXIgdGhlIGdlbmVyYXRpb25hbCBn cm91cCBvZiB5b3VuZyBwb2V0cyBrbm93biBhcyB0aGUgTmV3IEZvcm1hbGlzdHMgcmVmbGVj dGVkIGEgY2hhbmdlIGluIHRoZSBaZWl0Z2Vpc3QsIGEgd2lkZXNwcmVhZCBhbmQgZGVjZW50 cmFsaXplZCByZXNwb25zZSB0byB0aGUgbmV3IG9yYWwgY3VsdHVyZSBzdXJyb3VuZGluZyBs aXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnksIHdoaWNoIGluY2x1ZGVzIHdyaXRlcnMgb2xkLCB5b3VuZywgYW5k IG1pZGRsZSBhZ2VkLCBhY2FkZW1pY3MsIGJvaGVtaWFucywgcHJvZ3Jlc3NpdmVzLCBjb25z ZXJ2YXRpdmVzLCBhbmFyY2hpc3RzLCBhbmQgZXhwZXJpbWVudGFsaXN0cy4gDVRoZSBOZXcg Rm9ybWFsaXN0cywgU3Bva2VuIFdvcmQgYXJ0aXN0cywgU2xhbSBQb2V0cywgQ293Ym95IFBv ZXRzLCBhbmQgUmFwcGVycyBjb2xsZWN0aXZlbHkgY29uc3RpdHV0ZSBhbiBhdWRpdG9yeSBh dmFudC1nYXJkZS4gUG9ldHMgb2YgdGhlc2UgZGlzcGFyYXRlIHNjaG9vbHMgYnJpbmcgZGlm ZmVyZW50IHRoZW9yZXRpY2FsLCBoaXN0b3JpY2FsLCBhbmQgaWRlb2xvZ2ljYWwgYXNzdW1w dGlvbnMgdG8gdGhlaXIgd29yay4gV2hhdCB0aGV5IGFsbCBoYXZlIGluIGNvbW1vbiBpcyBh biBlbXBpcmljYWwgaW50ZXJlc3QgaW4gYXVkaXRvcnkgZm9ybSBhbmQgYSBkaXNyZWdhcmQg Zm9yIHRoZSBvdXRkYXRlZCBjcml0aWNhbCB0YWJvbyB1bmRlciB3aGljaCBpdCB3YXMgcmVj ZW50bHkgcGxhY2VkLg0NQWNhZGVtaWMgbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3JpdGljcyBoYXZlIGJlZW4gdW5h YmxlIHRvIHVuZGVyc3RhbmQgdGhlIHJlc3VyZ2VuY2UuIFdoeT8gQmVjYXVzZSB0aGV5IGhh dmUgdHJpZWQgdG8gZnJhbWUgaXQgdGhyb3VnaCCTcmVhci12aWV3IG1pcnJvciB0aGlua2lu ZyyUIGJ5IGxvb2tpbmcgYmFja3dhcmRzIGF0IHRoZSByZWNlZGluZyBpZGVhcyBvZiBNb2Rl cm5pc20gYW5kIHRoZSBhdmFudC1nYXJkZSByYXRoZXIgdGhhbiBwbGFjaW5nIGl0IGluIGEg YnJvYWRlciBjdWx0dXJhbCBwZXJzcGVjdGl2ZS4gQnV0IHRoYXQgc2hvdWxkIGNvbWUgYXMg bm8gc3VycHJpc2UuIEFjYWRlbWljIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGNyaXRpY2lzbSBpcyBhIG5vYmxlIGVu dGVycHJpc2UsIGJ1dCBpdCBoYXMgbmV2ZXIgYmVlbiBhbnkgbW9yZSByZWxpYWJsZSBpbiBw cmVkaWN0aW5nIG5ldyBhcnRpc3RpYyB0cmVuZHMgdGhhbiBlY29ub21ldHJpY3MgaGFzIGJl ZW4gaW4gZm9yZWNhc3RpbmcgbWFqb3IgY2hhbmdlcyBpbiB0aGUgR3Jvc3MgRG9tZXN0aWMg UHJvZHVjdCBvciBEb3cgSm9uZXMgSW5kdXN0cmlhbCBBdmVyYWdlLiBHZW51aW5lbHkgbmV3 IGFydGlzdGljIGRldmVsb3BtZW50c5diZSB0aGV5IHRoZSByZXZpdmFsIG9mIHBvcHVsYXIg cG9ldHJ5IG9yIHRoZSByZWVtZXJnZW5jZSBvZiBmb3Jtl3RlbmQgdG8gbW92ZSBkaWFsZWN0 aWNhbGx5IGZyb20gdGhlIG1hcmdpbnMgb2YgZXN0YWJsaXNoZWQgY3VsdHVyZSByYXRoZXIg dGhhbiBzbW9vdGhseSBmcm9tIHRoZSBjZW50cmFsIGNvbnNlbnN1cw0NVGhpcyBub3Rpb24g bGVhZHMgdG8gYSBmaW5hbCBjb21wYXJpc29uIGJldHdlZW4gdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBv ZXRyeSBhbmQgaXRzIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGNvdW50ZXJwYXJ0l25hbWVseSB0aGUgcXVlc3Rpb24g b2YgcG9wdWxhcml0eS4gRm9yIGhhbGYgYSBjZW50dXJ5IGl0IGhhcyBiZWVuIHVuaXZlcnNh bGx5IGFzc3VtZWQgdGhhdCBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgaXMgYSBtb3JpYnVuZCBhcnQgd2l0 aCBubyBhdWRpZW5jZSBvdXRzaWRlIHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5IGFuZCBsaXR0bGUgdml0YWxp dHkgd2l0aG91dCBpbnN0aXR1dGlvbmFsIHN1cHBvcnQuIFRvIGJvcnJvdyBhbiBpbWFnZSBm cm9tIHBvcHVsYXIgY3VsdHVyZSwgcG9ldHJ5knMgcmVjZW50IHJlcHV0YXRpb24gc291bmRz IGxpa2UgdGhlIGRlYWQgcGFycm90IGRlc2NyaWJlZCBieSB0aGUgY3VzdG9tZXIgaW4gdGhl IGZhbW91cyCTTW9udHkgUHl0aG9ulCBza2l0LiBSZXR1cm5pbmcgdG8gdGhlIHBldCBzdG9y ZSB0byBjb21wbGFpbiB0aGF0IGhlIGhhcyBiZWVuIHNvbGQgYSBkZWFkIHBhcnJvdCwgaGUg b2JzZXJ2ZXM6IA0NVGhpcyBwYXJyb3QgaXMgbm8gbW9yZS4NSXQgaGFzIGNlYXNlZCB0byBi ZS4NSXSScyBleHBpcmVkIGFuZCBnb25lIHRvIG1lZXQgaXRzIG1ha2VyLg1UaGlzIGlzIGEg bGF0ZSBwYXJyb3QgLiAuIC4NQmVyZWZ0IG9mIGxpZmUsIGl0IHJlc3RzIGluIHBlYWNlLg1J ZiB5b3UgaGFkbpJ0IG5haWxlZCBpdCB0byB0aGUgcGVyY2gsDWl0IHdvdWxkIGJlIHB1c2hp bmcgdXAgZGFpc2llcy4NSXSScyBydW5nIGRvd24gdGhlIGN1cnRhaW4NYW5kIGpvaW5lZCB0 aGUgY2hvaXIgaW52aXNpYmxlLiANVGhpcyBpcyBhbiBleC1wYXJyb3QuDQ1CdXQgcmF0aGVy IHRoYW4gYWNjZXB0IGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeZJzIHBvc2l0aW9uIGFzIGFuIGV4LWFydCwg YmVyZWZ0IG9mIGxpZmUsIGFuZCBuYWlsZWQgdG8gYSBwZXJjaCBpbiBhY2FkZW1lLCBhbiBh c3R1dGUgb2JzZXJ2ZXIgbWlnaHQgdmVudHVyZSB0aGUgb3BpbmlvbiB0aGF0IHRoZSBuZXcg b3JhbCBjdWx0dXJlIGhhcyBhbHJlYWR5IGNyZWF0ZWQgdGhlIGNvbmRpdGlvbnMgZm9yIGl0 cyByZXZpdmFsLiBXaWxsIGl0IGJlIGEgbWFzcyBhdWRpZW5jZT8gV2VsbCwgaXJvbmljYWxs eSwgdGhlIG1hc3MgYXVkaWVuY2UgaGFzIGJlZW4gdGhlIGZpcnN0IG9uZSB0byByZS1lbmdh Z2Ugd2l0aCB0aGUgYXJ0IHRocm91Z2ggdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeZdkZXNwaXRl IHRoZSBnZW5lcmFsIGNvbnNlbnN1cyBhbW9uZyBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxzIHRoYXQgc3VjaCBh IHJhcHByb2NoZW1lbnQgd2FzIGltcG9zc2libGUuDQ1BbHRob3VnaCBjb252ZW50aW9uYWwg d2lzZG9tIHBvcnRyYXlzIHRoZSByaXNlIG9mIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgbWVkaWEgYW5kIHRoZSBy ZWxhdGl2ZSBkZWNsaW5lIG9mIHByaW50IGFzIGEgZGlzYXN0ZXIgZm9yIGFsbCBraW5kcyBv ZiBsaXRlcmF0dXJlLCB0aGlzIHNpdHVhdGlvbiBpcyBsYXJnZWx5IGJlbmVmaWNpYWwgZm9y IHBvZXRyeS4gSXQgaGFzIG5vdCBjcmVhdGVkIGEgcG9sYXJpemVkIGNob2ljZSBiZXR3ZWVu IHNwb2tlbiBhbmQgcHJpbnRlZCBpbmZvcm1hdGlvbi4gQm90aCBtZWRpYSBjb2V4aXN0IGlu IHRoZWlyIG1hbnkgb2Z0ZW4tb3ZlcmxhcHBpbmcgZm9ybXMuIFdoYXQgdGhlIG5ldyB0ZWNo bm9sb2d5IGhhcyBkb25lIGlzIHNsaWdodGx5IHJlYWRqdXN0IHRoZSBjb250ZW1wb3Jhcnkg c2Vuc2liaWxpdHkgaW4gZmF2b3Igb2Ygc291bmQgYW5kIG9yYWxpdHkuIFRoZSByZWxhdGlv biBiZXR3ZWVuIHByaW50IGFuZCBzcGVlY2ggaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gY3VsdHVyZSB0b2RheSBp cyBwcm9iYWJseSBjbG9zZXIgdG8gdGhhdCBpbiBTaGFrZXNwZWFyZZJzIGFnZSB0aGFuIEVs aW90knMgZXJhl25vdCBhbiBhbHRvZ2V0aGVyIGJhZCBzaXR1YXRpb24gZm9yIGEgcG9ldC4g Rm9yIHRoZSBmaXJzdCB0aW1lIGluIGEgY2VudHVyeSB0aGVyZSBpcyB0aGUgcG9zc2liaWxp dHkgb2Ygc2VyaW91cyBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgcmUtZW5nYWdpbmcgYSBub24tc3BlY2lh bGl6ZWQgYXVkaWVuY2Ugb2YgYXJ0aXN0cyBhbmQgaW50ZWxsZWN0dWFscywgYm90aCBpbiBh bmQgb3V0IG9mIHRoZSBhY2FkZW15LiBUaGVyZSBpcyBhbHNvIGFuIG9wcG9ydHVuaXR5IG9m IHJlY2VudGVyaW5nIHRoZSBhcnQgb24gYW4gYWVzdGhldGljIHRoYXQgY29tYmluZXMgdGhl IHBsZWFzdXJlcyBvZiBvcmFsIG1lZGlhIGFuZCByaWNobmVzcyBvZiBwcmludCBjdWx0dXJl LCB0aGF0IGRyYXdzIGZyb20gdHJhZGl0aW9uIHdpdGhvdXQgYmVpbmcgbGltaXRlZCBieSB0 aGUgcGFzdCwgdGhhdCBlbWJyYWNlcyBmb3JtIGFuZCBuYXJyYXRpdmUgd2l0aG91dCByZWpl Y3RpbmcgdGhlIGV4cGVyaW1lbnRhbCBoZXJpdGFnZSBvZiBNb2Rlcm5pc20sIGFuZCB0aGF0 IHJlY29nbml6ZXMgdGhlIG5lY2Vzc2FyeSBpbnRlcmRlcGVuZGVuY2Ugb2YgaGlnaCBhbmQg cG9wdWxhciBjdWx0dXJlLiBBIHNlcmlvdXMgYXJ0IGRvZXMgbm90IG5lZWQgYSBsYXJnZSBh dWRpZW5jZSB0byBwcm9zcGVyl29ubHkgYSBsaXZlbHksIGRpdmVyc2UsIGFuZCBlbmdhZ2Vk IG9uZS4NDUFzIGxvbmcgYXMgaHVtYW5pdHkgZmFjZXMgbW9ydGFsaXR5IGFuZCB1c2VzIGxh bmd1YWdlIHRvIGRlc2NyaWJlIGl0cyBleGlzdGVuY2UsIHBvZXRyeSB3aWxsIHJlbWFpbiBv bmUgb2YgaXRzIGVzc2VudGlhbCBzcGlyaXR1YWwgcmVzb3VyY2VzLiBQb2V0cnkgaXMgYW4g YXJ0IHRoYXQgcHJlY2VkZWQgd3JpdGluZywgYW5kIGl0IHdpbGwgc3Vydml2ZSB0ZWxldmlz aW9uIGFuZCB2aWRlbyBnYW1lcy4gSG93PyBNb3N0bHkgYnkgYmVpbmcgaXRzZWxml2NvbmNp c2UsIGltbWVkaWF0ZSwgZW1vdGl2ZSwgbWVtb3JhYmxlLCBhbmQgbXVzaWNhbCwgdGhlIHF1 YWxpdGllcyBtb3N0IHByaXplZCBpbiB0aGUgbmV3IG9yYWwgY3VsdHVyZSwgd2hpY2ggYXJl IGFsc28gdGhlIHZpcnR1ZXMgdHJhZGl0aW9uYWxseSBhc3NvY2lhdGVkIHdpdGggdGhlIGFy dC4gU2VyaW91cyBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgbWF5IGV2ZW4gYmUgYmV0dGVyIHBvc2l0aW9u ZWQgdG8gdGhyaXZlIGluIHRoaXMgbmV3IGNlbnR1cnkgdGhhbiB0aGF0IGdyZWF0ZXN0IGNy ZWF0aW9uIG9mIHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUsIHRoZSBub3ZlbC4gWWVzLCB0aGUgcG9ldGljIGFy dCB3aWxsIGNoYW5nZSBidXQgcG9zc2libHkgaW4gd2F5cyB0aGF0IGJyaW5nIGl0IGNsb3Nl ciB0byBTaGFrZXNwZWFyZSwgTWFybG93ZSwgYW5kIE1pbHRvbiwgd2hvIHVuZGVyc3Rvb2Qg aG93IHRvIGJyaW5nIHJpY2hseSBjb21wbGV4IHBvZXRyeSBvZmYgdGhlIHBhZ2Ugd2l0aG91 dCBsb3NpbmcgYW55dGhpbmcgb24gaXQsIHRoYW4gdG8gdGhlIHR5cG9ncmFwaGljIHRyYWRp dGlvbnMgb2YgTW9kZXJuaXNtLiBCdXQgdGhlcmUgYXJlIHN1cmVseSBzb2x1dGlvbnMgdG8g dGhpcyBhcnRpc3RpYyBjaGFsbGVuZ2UgdGhhdCB3ZSBjYW5ub3QgaW1hZ2luZSBhdCB0aGUg bW9tZW50LiBUaGUgcHJvYmxlbSB3b26SdCBiZSBmaW5kaW5nIGFuIGF1ZGllbmNlLiBUaGUg Y2hhbGxlbmdlIHdpbGwgYmUgd3JpdGluZyB3ZWxsIGVub3VnaCB0byBkZXNlcnZlIG9uZS4g RXZlbiBpZiB0aGVyZSBhcmUgZmV3ZXIgcmVhZGVycywgcGVvcGxlIHdpbGwgYmUgbGlzdGVu aW5nLg0NVGhlIEh1ZHNvbiBSZXZpZXcgVm9sLiBMVkksIE5vLiAxIChTcHJpbmcgMjAwMykg Q29weXJpZ2h0IKkgMjAwMyBieSBEYW4gR2lvaWEgDQMNDQQNDQMNDQQNDURpc2FwcGVhcmlu ZyBJbms6IFBvZXRyeSBhdCB0aGUgRW5kIG9mIFByaW50IEN1bHR1cmUNDURpc2FwcGVhcmlu ZyBJbms6IFBvZXRyeSBhdCB0aGUgRW5kIG9mIFByaW50IEN1bHR1cmUNDRMgUEFHRSAUMTYV IG9mIBMgTlVNUEFHRVMgFDEVCQlQb2V0cnkgYXQgdGhlIEVuZCBvZiBQcmludCBDdWx0dXJl LmRvYw0NUG9ldHJ5IGF0IHRoZSBFbmQgb2YgUHJpbnQgQ3VsdHVyZS5kb2MJCRMgUEFHRSAU MTcVIG9mIBMgTlVNUEFHRVMgFDEVDQ0gICAgICAgICAgICAgIAENRGlzYXBwZWFyaW5nIElu azogUG9ldHJ5IGF0IHRoZSBFbmQgb2YgUHJpbnQgQ3VsdHVyZQ1CeSBEYW5hIEdpb2lhC1Zv bC4gTFZJLCBOby4gMSAoU3ByaW5nIDIwMDMpIA0NDVBvZXRyeSBhdCB0aGUgRW5kIG9mIFBy aW50IEN1bHR1cmUuZG9jCQkTIFBBR0UgFDEVIG9mIBMgTlVNUEFHRVMgFDEVDQ0NDQ0NDQAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAQAALoEAADNBAAAzgQAAM8EAADrBAAA XxkAAIgZAADlPQAA/j0AAP89AAAuPgAAlk4AALZOAACkWwAAw1sAAMRbAABUXAAAFpUAADKV AAC+rAAA56wAAATRAAAi0QAAIOsAAD3rAABEAQEAkwEBAJQBAQCWAQEAlwEBAJkBAQCaAQEA nAEBAJ0BAQALAgEADAIBABICAQATAgEAFQIBABYCAQAaAgEAGwIBACUCAQAmAgEAJwIBACgC AQBRAgEAUgIBAHoCAQB7AgEAgQIBAIICAQCEAgEAhQIBAIkCAQCKAgEAlAIBAJUCAQCWAgEA lwIBAJgCAQCZAgEApwIBAKgCAQDeAgEACwMBAA0DAQA1AwEANgMBADwDAQA9AwEAPgMBAD8D AQBDAwEARAMBAE4DAQD9+f0A9wD3APcA/QD3APcA/QD3APcA9wD3APXwAPAA8ADwAOHX4cvh 1+HX4cvhwwDD4dfhy+HX4dfhy+HDAPfwAMAAw+HX4cvh1+HXBENKGAAADzUIgUNKEABPSgIA UUoCABcwShMANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAbUgABBMwShMANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAHANqAAAA ADBKEwA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFKAgBVCAEACQNqAAAAAFUIAQM2CIEDNQiBBzYIgUNKFAAEQ0oU AEwABAAApwQAAM4EAADPBAAA6wQAAOwEAADOBwAAzwcAAAsNAAAMDQAADRIAAA4SAAArFQAA LBUAAF8ZAACIGQAAiRkAAMsbAADMGwAAFyEAABghAADzIgAA9CIAANMlAADUJQAA5CgAAOUo AAAiLQAAIy0AABMxAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADAAADJAMAHQAEAAAMDQAADRIAAA4SAAArFQAALBUAAF8Z AACIGQAAiRkAAMsbAADMGwAAFyEAABghAADzIgAA9CIAANMlAADUJQAA5CgAAOUoAAAiLQAA Iy0AABMxAAAUMQAAfjMAAH8zAADrNQAA7DUAAPw6AAD9OgAA5D0AAOU9AAD+PQAA/z0AACM+ AAAvPgAAMD4AAIo/AACLPwAAmEIAAJlCAABjRAAAZEQAAExIAABNSAAA2UoAANpKAACUTgAA lU4AAJZOAAC2TgAAt04AAMZRAADHUQAAhFUAAIVVAACLWAAAjFgAAKNbAACkWwAAw1sAAMRb AABFXAAAVFwAAFVcAADNYAAAzmAAAIhjAACJYwAAiGYAAIlmAACKaAAAsmgAANVoAAACaQAA MGkAAF1pAABeaQAAz2oAANBqAAD2agAAHWsAAEJrAABDawAAZ2sAAI1rAAC9awAAvmsAAOhr AAAWbAAARmwAAHVsAACPbAAA1GwAANVsAADwbAAADm0AADBtAABUbQAAVW0AAIZuAACHbgAA /gAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACAQFk EzEAABQxAAB+MwAAfzMAAOs1AADsNQAA/DoAAP06AADkPQAA5T0AAP49AAD/PQAAIz4AAC8+ AAAwPgAAij8AAIs/AACYQgAAmUIAAGNEAABkRAAATEgAAE1IAADZSgAA2koAAJROAACVTgAA lk4AALZOAAC3TgAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAwAAAyQDAB23TgAAxlEAAMdRAACEVQAAhVUAAItYAACMWAAA o1sAAKRbAADDWwAAxFsAAEVcAABUXAAAVVwAAM1gAADOYAAAiGMAAIljAACIZgAAiWYAAIpo AACyaAAA1WgAAAJpAAAwaQAAXWkAAF5pAADPagAA0GoAAPZqAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADAAADJAMAHfZq AAAdawAAQmsAAENrAABnawAAjWsAAL1rAAC+awAA6GsAABZsAABGbAAAdWwAAI9sAADUbAAA 1WwAAPBsAAAObQAAMG0AAFRtAABVbQAAhm4AAIduAACkbgAAv24AAN1uAAD5bgAAF28AAC1v AABMbwAAZG8AAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAMkAwAdh24AAKRuAAC/bgAA3W4AAPluAAAXbwAALW8AAExv AABkbwAAZW8AAFFwAABScAAAe3AAAJZwAACucAAAvnAAAAdxAAA1cQAAXXEAAF5xAACkcQAA pXEAAOlzAADqcwAAJXQAAGF0AACTdAAAlHQAACV1AAAmdQAAXXUAAIh1AAC1dQAA23UAAAB2 AAAfdgAASHYAAGp2AABrdgAAv3oAAMB6AAB1fQAAdn0AACGAAAAigAAA44IAAOSCAAAxhgAA MoYAAI6LAACPiwAAWI4AAFmOAADekQAAFZUAABaVAAAylQAAM5UAAESYAABFmAAADpoAAA+a AACqnAAAq5wAAC+hAAAwoQAA7aMAAO6jAADqpQAA66UAAEGoAABCqAAA7qoAAO+qAAC9rAAA vqwAAOesAADorAAAoq8AAKOvAAAKtQAAC7UAAB26AAAeugAAVb4AAFa+AAC/wQAAwMEAAPjD AAD5wwAA8McAAPHHAACgygAAocoAAJHNAACSzQAAA9EAAATRAAAi0QAAI9EAAPTSAAD10gAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGVkbwAA ZW8AAFFwAABScAAAe3AAAJZwAACucAAAvnAAAAdxAAA1cQAAXXEAAF5xAACkcQAApXEAAOlz AADqcwAAJXQAAGF0AACTdAAAlHQAACV1AAAmdQAAXXUAAIh1AAC1dQAA23UAAAB2AAAfdgAA SHYAAGp2AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADAAADJAMAHWp2AABrdgAAv3oAAMB6AAB1fQAAdn0AACGAAAAigAAA 44IAAOSCAAAxhgAAMoYAAI6LAACPiwAAWI4AAFmOAADekQAAFZUAABaVAAAylQAAM5UAAESY AABFmAAADpoAAA+aAACqnAAAq5wAAC+hAAAwoQAA7aMAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAMkAwAd7aMAAO6j AADqpQAA66UAAEGoAABCqAAA7qoAAO+qAAC9rAAAvqwAAOesAADorAAAoq8AAKOvAAAKtQAA C7UAAB26AAAeugAAVb4AAFa+AAC/wQAAwMEAAPjDAAD5wwAA8McAAPHHAACgygAAocoAAJHN AACSzQAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAwAAAyQDAB2SzQAAA9EAAATRAAAi0QAAI9EAAPTSAAD10gAA+NYAAPnW AAD32wAA+NsAAMLeAADD3gAA2+QAANzkAABN6AAATugAAB/rAAAg6wAAPesAAD7rAAA67gAA yu8AAMvvAADZ8gAA2vIAAA31AAAO9QAAJvUAADv1AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADAAADJAMAHfXSAAD41gAA +dYAAPfbAAD42wAAwt4AAMPeAADb5AAA3OQAAE3oAABO6AAAH+sAACDrAAA96wAAPusAADru AADK7wAAy+8AANnyAADa8gAADfUAAA71AAAm9QAAO/UAAGT1AACA9QAAo/UAAMn1AADp9QAA BPYAACX2AAA79gAAPPYAABX4AAAW+AAADP0AAA39AABDAQEARAEBAJMBAQDUAQEA1QEBAAoC AQALAgEAUQIBAFICAQCYAgEAVwMBAFgDAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD+/vr+9/73/gAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA BQIQAA0BBwICAAUBDQECAQEwO/UAAGT1AACA9QAAo/UAAMn1AADp9QAABPYAACX2AAA79gAA PPYAABX4AAAW+AAADP0AAA39AABDAQEARAEBAJMBAQCVAQEAlgEBAJgBAQCZAQEAmwEBAJwB AQCeAQEAnwEBANQBAQDVAQEA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAA APwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/AAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAPoAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD6AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA+gAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPoAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAD6AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA+gAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPoAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD6AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPoAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFgIAAyQBJGQEAQAB JWQEAQAEJmQSGQABJ2QSGQAEDcYLAAMkCcQORCUAAIIAAQAAAwAAAyQDABrVAQEACgIBAAsC AQBRAgEAUgIBAJgCAQCZAgEAqQIBAN4CAQALAwEADAMBAA0DAQBSAwEAUwMBAFQDAQBVAwEA VgMBAFcDAQBYAwEA6QAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADdAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5wAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAN0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAADnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALIAAAAA AAAAAAAAAACyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADdAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA5wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADnAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5wAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAOcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACvAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAAAMkAxYCAAMkASRkBAEAASVkBAEABCZkEhkAASdkEhkABA3G CwADQAvEDkQlAACCABQCACRkBAEAASVkBAEABCZkEhkAASdkEhkABA3GCwADQAvEDkQlAACC AAkQACRkBAEAAQ3GBwHAIQGsJgIAAQAAFgIAAyQBJGQEAQABJWQEAQAEJmQSGQABJ2QSGQAE DcYLAAMkCcQORCUAAIIAEk4DAQBPAwEAUAMBAFEDAQBSAwEAVwMBAFgDAQDx5fHdANsAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM2CIEPNQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAFzBKEwA1CIFDShAA T0oCAFFKAgBtSAAEHANqAAAAADBKEwA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFKAgBVCAEGSQAJMAAKMAEZMAEx kGgBH7DQLyCw4D0hsIAEIrCABCOQoAUkkPADJbAAAAtQAQAFMAAD8gAAEgTyANACA/IBABIE 8gFoAQPyArQSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADZOwAARABkAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAhR+SBOgD6AMAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA8ABPA8AAAAsgQK8AgAAAABBAAAAAoAAEMA C/AYAAAABEEBAAAAgQERAAAQvwEAABAA/wEAAAgAAAAQ8AQAAAAAAACCYgAH8Ek7AAAGBqEZ FK3BGmsh1r7lb1GWldb/ACU7AAABAAAARAAAAAAAhgEAbh7wHTsAAKEZFK3BGmsh1r7lb1GW ldb/iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEUgAAAhoAAABOCAIAAADpWyi5AAAAAXNSR0IArs4c6QAAAAlw SFlzAAAOxAAADsQBlSsOGwAAOrFJREFUeF7tfU1oY1mW5suZKJAhEyToAGkgF2rIBBmyQIZO sAZqoYRqUEANyIsGezELJ9TCCTPggGlIL3rAATPggFmEFw3ppQ2zsBcNoV1pUQ0yzMJeFIQW uVBBFsjQCRZ0QmgRkPPdc+7Pufe9J+td2ZXx8x6ZCvnpvftz7rnf+b33fvTzzz9/9PXzJKkk ybz8LClQUqCkQEmBkgJxFPjIiJPEvI8v5XdI1pIOrGGUdCjpUPJAyQNL8cB/MHBh6FXBF1zz hL+oT8KU8n5Jh5IfynlR4kCJA/k4wNbJsdFDSXiAY+asllqZXN4XBCnpw4xR0qGkg7ZfS34o 8UHJC+PsctDgGzXlfauMaBFb0sd6wITCUfJJySdSAS354YPkB+PsAlY675ZwdpX3mSwlHUo6 SCdwyQ8lP5T8kAqCZDm7nJbhO7vK+4H3L/zTausl3WSiYMprWtLNS6Qs6VPOl/dkvmhn1/Ro r2Kj7vcNmpWk8uTkYng9dVF9Vu7m89O9Xq/V8iI39ya01AgdDa+fXVyl6/UiQ2yYpyMB5X1p sJf0Kfmh5Ie0Q6+cF2JeaHHy+rt9zuh6oOurY4iTic4Qc0GIyvler99uPlClKPbZxeXBYJSu 1xMwrnqRxlZGStiSLUiHaqXSadZ6G63ZdHY6nown0CFiyilab/l8SWeXOlScb0v+uRf+0bGT uYca9w/vnHSsgxD8xdlA91+dLfG1FpIyVw0/mkCR6rVtTHnfjFFx+tTr1f5m63SnOz7YebnX 39tsfdvfHO33m/WqonBJZxtpKPlNzbNy3qXB8H3AHxOK11z+gMhuVt1bqskEoYeqd03xrVw6 Y/L5bChVQ2d5n0XsEnRgVqkk1Wpls9U47Hf/8O3O5GD3fLe3vdmqV52VC0slSdZMmUuX761s WKI95fMssEs6lHRYZv4+JJ9ocaKreChUz1V7H7xea/bKL7ydDBtk5f2l6QBSteqN7c3m0Xb3 an9rcrgL++PbXrvbrGeOI9H3tcsYtBWV9GfGK+lQ0uH9wh+d2fVyv1errFXXKrVqJRsboiTN bJ5MZ7Pp6/nTM4RO4EYPgxPQbbutRr1WbQqtNqoq9xJQbDqb39zOcOvF8OrsEjEbo+S6XUOk Q99q5eyES6/i/ODuw3nVXKuBGRqVpN6ordeqLQxSrdKASbL08IDo6wcnkxsMhLB77BCUdGZK lnQo6fC+4JLcs0txNlzdrUZjp9uC+3tp3Mh4EFACEXJ+BTAxaJKXAqGqrbQatePt7mazvkql k9n84Hw4HEOacDDI5mv5YqxMxlicpJRUoF70WqumSGAI1g/PJjcUjQ81CaObl8lCaeKU/Fkm 0b2b84KdXSYcPZ8DiC8nk29OBs8G16sg+/HwGv+RLCFYl84l6eCj2oH9sF36Jy9Re3SlN7P5 k+OLs8sxKiVhIioNYsvS6yJjpB/yfWYDTf/4UfCGDxnic+PskkPggjR+TsSHTP+SD5krSjq8 y3RgcSLCpNoLXjkajlYBlZPLsTbk2ZwPREhWePzmZjbivNKo6/RqTGmpHChmAUkShf/0HPcW Osv7WRRQJEMI/R6ueWXNRYltPo/9Uo6LTXsr+ZO5oqTDu0wHscmKl8gLMyW5ntzEIQoMhcn0 lvA8xSJS+7APGOi/nsziasRb57yuJdMSSgOZFm/pjGGWoR/S/WBEiDK15SMkdwzYa8cGkrDO D2lFu1Q7PiT6f2j8VvZXw9R7iDPS2SVyDQnoo22FqQ5dEFIEdolLOQ9SG1WVkxkJoeIXhN94 akyT0K9imuFlyBkLJt2eNLzynff1fsaIJIg/DcaTISJfK7gfTXzRWIqWgHmUdNmucqmKv5tc OV7vKx+W/Xr3ccY4uwgvg40Oo5Fk/hoQwDJBiigLymwBiOoMjrwmXTbiulVBnyxpr0umGi1a LbaZPgQPvqW/FpPhiBxcDJ88v/jq2Wnz4DQ+iobYiVt3IvLlnNhIWSFyvEpPuh2dMqLwLkcU jDL6/keGUsdnCai9jZYnjN3WeybNAs83Gi7+mM1nEbKEayNEzNJqQ503Hcv50Dy2+dEsL6dI 0XM2m0G06EhY8bGZY92JlFg2ZhaIdql5lJGVMNb4ofFn2V+DY+9aJMk4u1y7SccnSTBDWk7U ZV7L0j1dhCbLmIhdnE+WCWdz5dgoqSUvIkHgQ/LUL3A0SSVAZmcklbMRJVZEXkLGO1dVCjLS Yfky4lVG+DQgfHgRzUwce+v5QWZ2CXcQSxT4rKIuygoi19aCSElGBLiibYzilaIy2hE5K8Jh OTKdBWDS2DLa+b56ctMjIiE+YGJjVl5NoyxVzT4mb9CLXQn3Go+aNoWlmBGagXV8va/jUvbr 3Y8cZOPPh9Qv3zoJNr1ZWyG/h18NzPY8F7B5coX6pLNL1Jt2uTJieo64LN3nfYqgsHTPNJxz Id5oA/QApVYU1y107MRUnSEwUkIltSapjHi5eVRGUMoIytuNSyIUL/3asU4nZ1ekw90LVjJq 5RTrGYsbJuYNxj8WYuF+XAuMpPffU79g3U/exmXCLCD6aKFTfHAodmIGJa1eLL6jGbL0pL+r nnR/Ppbj+P6Po0gUlsAaoYoKrHGxkzsiJTJooSAsGrdU2OQONw6H6vMB9L301C+OlKSX16SF K8WcVOB8FQ3DKpV5ulXgZLuTbTKff+s9y9omLttZRkTI5H//+MGPnQSLy1aPndzp8vZkmDUv CqvByjTJ82tZqyvtoPcMJqGS39nsd8XTvUDE5nVB8oAhnRIpERqGtjWls0tE1BaJ/3KtCft9 SzqUdMiKQL+t+CNiJ7aJ1p++SuxkwaIB64+yFZkE35WdXUz6LPeOlRwyxeu99NQH7j7Zx5Dg dxHKEJNpGiHkzboTHUnT3g8XUcuKnZQRgjJC8HZHCEjQk21RttOng4idZHh7CgOIeCHPVSog TPlQjPZBKB/to6fxtcZjVhKq8+CnvF46ik8qeG6A513x/C4XKUkHmTwisPBwWC/iUsVYQq87 kWnH0t+YIfjfFTqX7Xz/IwFZimk57ovGXcROZBZWhGcjjJ1koXZoo2WNTTG80k+beDEjYP56 lwU/acvoXV6DUjRSsgyh6BkSs8WtEz04wsElXcYZyRpZY1dGGspIg2Sbkh/eYn6w1kmWRr96 7CSweEJ3eejriD6ynuLFhF6LQwIBX3ppsvnvvq2eShfKWyRICM3vfMCKFiljzFvKoojQMHTs JGNzNv8kWrngSax5LCMHwZKpd4UPy3YyBT48Otiz4oVWbqmwSuxE67LGZ7LYXW7c/as4u+jd fA/b4oUX764n1JAuwzBfJlIiTVIjkMMVhepAGnZ/FbyCdScyfGX9nFLhkExSRlDKCEoZmXjX cInESSBFnQ1RED7k47qQtMtrgXM/CrNMpebIrCyhkgZNfSdf/HhpfApJceaxymPODvXf0/2K OVk5bPASgahQXi56BcXj+N52s9FtNnrtZq/dajdrzXqVErXNkIkvq8VOMgokl6SNdaUcjDl0 pgFI6tVqq9loNWv02cA5njjBvsqrY5al2z2Nl+kFqq5WEzRDtQdHi+KzqpqHpqoW0f8ZwVun CtxXe5YqB61Fwwq1R3Wwkth+4QsKoNF4i/rF3olC/Sqfv9+1QfZwX4EjRkvd7ba+2+5GiBRs bI7NaLWgsjpvZjDcAgfFfrvt5h/2+hE14tzHzuEprY8gfvKL1Xxm8VEmkKWf1Hc0QZr1Rm+9 3m01caY9Dg3GIV3PB1cm7K+9OTk95WrNDHfB7fA+HukA2amKVqOKcwGeD66H44l4N6uc3JYb +skHKgkkx2ar0axV1+s1fDLQeQpAkmBD+uvpLU5kvrh6NblB74wDsZLcvtgrap7gZX1WvE9S HeeXMsMKaTc0iv586jMoA7LUKpVmdQ04xouT2L2pyqDv2FAaX6bT2XT+GsN0M529ur29nExx 3rMztqS/bolxMd1PjWMlaTdqG816u96o1ZJmtVavoXkKXplp7Kdt1WT2GtvUTKYzNAk71mBj TZ83luKT3PYs1y+0CgzWa7V6G421SuV8ND4cXuHMOpd24WjCwjnBAc8d4hloGw0IFENtxRbz ZDqf4Vij8WyOY+sGryaOYfxy7p/+y/W3rHdJ/FmRrySdxVnxqem9223HiZPLyU3n2blYDp2y UTwZYyRZUum1Gy+jxAlO9F0/PPUZKCUgAwTJh2NgLSG7ArJOsx7A6N8emPPP80TXcvchqLrr 9Va91ltvtupQr92FI4p3TgaCGyRMLSFaRNcABFvtVn8jrGKxzMb4nF6PT0bjS0i1JIHsmRzu pgTQHXIfhawfngixJFp+l7wH5fvtZjdFmUKqBthuPLkZjKeQzU485437XfcBsIBXMMaKrYKM wVkyI5wooyB4lqFwLMc/oRjIbH+ipB30IWWJQjDAphDX04vL54NRWtnabDV3YLNutJowSZa7 ILXPr8fYKlTR2WlRWXx7F52X6lemyniPdCvLt4NYZLwC68QhO4TB7mb7u90Y60SJk+fnEVYC QOQP+zHWCcTJhrRO3BzwerRg6mLmtBuNZqMG+YGJlwedQKiNpydjcFtgdS3ByqxrQ3KsN9Tc bqcElW01NoT/+mTo/E7SnJLrZmQbUqMOUHjaafU2W8tCQgo40Nnj4fXh4Ara9O2L/aWxRRek aHVwNr6ZGrLTWNwlSPrtFsxiAPdyOLbUU7BRYCd5NuUS42VxFo7BnY313U4rkPpL1Z3/EOQK jhDVMrtIexxeZ2lIzGYb9Tr8gTBJW/ls9uzi8mB4JTkZXqz9bnunDY9dZOfAuk/PhzOIl8U2 yr30NwrysnGpbI903hQRIZKeJE6+Oc4k8WrWCZxdd9kHKW6AE//lXi+CkZV1cnCSq9ekrHiI i1aj0ahVmpU1zDdMPxU5WKJicuD41glNbuHk0Do4ZjWEE/TBJmqp1yChVC2+ephXIYkTsk4C GuZbVEIlVE78/Sft3c3WEh26+xGc8XwwuDrd7Ra2Tqyzy6mrXF02YwDLDnubMErublPBJzBq zacnN+xiyhkvr2HmGXDFbmdjr9sq2vdCDbxQQuV6cI3jRH07PouvZDsppKHZrLaGcQebNdab VcT5lmnAweDy2QWsEzUcMECfdjv7vfZSby4sHZ7n3ZPB9YRPRxVyJeTeFBvc0d/y+cVeil+e PsLZlZrn0eLExU7karjM2ImsNKl0241VYye5YKHSjI76HUQp6rUKIolx04bECRw4wkcRamHJ i+3ORhOGzrKzOj03tTgJ3Y8+u+RMzu3N9vFO50HhbxmowjOGVviXUDIPXKgjMEpOCkosFIqB wN75yEBcTG3PplxGa6amQrl5sdNd3uGDHt5QgARfIkb/OQzBixHU+gyrNKVG7HXb/c11aCoI KUWPtREnCVxhx9vdzWZ9yZG98zEcCt05Ol3kytNi/e7I4j169l2zM0xk5tCyPSvRIbWMkfUa zrpZad0JJ7RQOVSizh+TyxrsT/YLw07xS9WkIctgbljRHD/015uYMzAR4mQJ90MjY5BWa+lW SXobqpYlNcRFfQ2zaQ0oc9VhZpS6ud/rRJgR3Aa8D/eLCl0Xp3/2G7ognwcCulEqDoD7fK+3 PCwCteH3h1xHwOyr56fwrLaenjw5HiAmkdkSDHcF2nuYdpmTXUZ8+22/A0N5eVkCf9o3Z8PW wSmihp1np2jPFjR0Fehe9oKXabi/BQ+Vx2ByPop51EEUhzh5eaKl24HoOm6C+MP9/j3KEpQJ U/9094nJhPQRwHK1zcIS/dIokc76y6FD+bymwNtBn1RmlxpajcjR1gl0k5c5E3vx3EL+Tq8V oyK52Ilqvl0KJ5Riun91sNP2g97LznXznNJzOR7gKrIUU3TDFEItKzrZvdjJ0sESICCcRUV7 hOcH45uL0avhZHILeULBW+QI7HY37odWs1vPlZpSAOGaGx30l4dFcFfvGP4h40vxOwymfbHd TasLSG04u55kR7wEzzPzf7fbK+QqRLCwf/xSONM0S4AZTnZ720Xcd+hd/2TAGRBZOVd6bhZt YSZXIDAGOuYJcjt5IjiKX9k5GZ5dXmfNFGkH5KeWxHrwl3URl+Xfd8RIxE5S7BstTqL5L/rF 7NiJ7RFR7V6AHnMs29klWPPV4b2Ik4EzvUOvV0aKFOySo35hWQK6PT0fDa7t2b3WtlOZojud 1lEfIZPIYXG00gWYwv3uvNzvFwq8m3wk21T+4j63N1unu2EEzjp2ctMxDLdAGsGVtHyfIQDa R6eUcWsEgFBoIrgOthey3jNSnEWx9yJO0PK0dYObyA6AOgg3YoLIYqO619uAJbQ8QeyTWfmW KeGR5u0ygpKZ+PouRJ7I2bVgQVkEE/0Sryg40b41mtJ2HQN7bkwH56+9HKkVWir2AvFdT2rQ 76sWOy53fYG/4rC4LIFrqHt0rmUJG8vWQ4h9uubzk+F19/lZIY+NR1LnNTOFs1dTdKe/WTiJ C+tydFM9PypXphgBadZQuoPBXa9Vtd91EbfPIZULyRLUcjgYmdUbhoCay2i7M/jlzjkZd9kL btLz3S0txZmrnStDVzF/fQ8+SbVuVTQKfk4I3dbh6cHFEObReDaDFX5xPf7q+TlywJZtvXgO NjoW6Kgbdm5K4eHPTQ+FJCvK8SrvayYXU/Vtok/WJisupBHBQr/MK2rOaeNcKK1OqBCGzedb Jy87z86+Or5Iw82y7dYQadRhPR8dFtta4F2BD2TZYrOfE1CSDj6ZO0gERRC7qAkBIbF1PFD+ GRf1EVhveBQ+pd7ReaRE0W3ye+HH0vY6G0VJpLPjApzlXhjYOhyE8Ie0sYxIni9akKdeVCqD MtDltSQL/NcGOiGwi/Jbu1nVBpaL99gOKl6GDEPCeuf5xddnQxgBRWmYfh4dgeqARC9aYinq ol4cDEbKVVj80j7DMApI09XNnVRg9e2IBEjtimCcZ72A8rKdbt4p+lhxYhaTa+lHVDOnKhbn ol/gDepX/iYTBDZq1ffkdng9AZIi/SymlbwPldW29KzwtgnhWqAj909ewnERU4tARufuzwpi 48GjrW5E2P/o5UivwwiKdUYetbxSgcjZenEe1w1z3omR9r4FiUDyRrNalD7fdNedwyqw20xf IAUDBEdqOGVgaKXDs1816yTI4yoqlQcjtQaJrtQMci4LRKcKYzEcgPDaOU5jh55BYQwKKoYN AQvyyYvzeDajpkMiYYhNOIrg0k4lU+PpiKIgBa/OejMjWm6N1HAeGciW3gUJ2eV9p14Y5elt oo/ds0swkB3jtYK884s+vmjPLq3I87zXhsUJFnBFXeoMD2n3pAfY1AIfyMsonY4K0GjOmK5x MPUFbq6IhRpQRc8uaRMXu9AhA2edmxvblsRt9qzPO7F6qIQDJDU0astH4O1YIQcJCd9CgzYS wu8LtsORwwuJ26j4jhebWUSt2u9uRCRQvFSeN8FXfgdtTPjllQqFFL0OnqCbLKqMUiwVJiOu oL6cjwqLK9sYyJInx+cqqVcmfbjcbg3xY2RkF+1AgqUwnC7vK/XSfZfDG0aeLbULGdMolbkn VYeynL8GfWzshHA2tN2Ks48BbEwezjot9BnBr9xEJSKkuyPH7SCTlbF7Ukx17h0RPtEiSpjD BqnHtAoh9kpxQKCMJ8lBr7CzCI05Vf4ZXthP8zxtxUsZaVIRC/dCqu1hfpqqV21EGHUhp/Zb 7nhey5MEIZYAwRFVDl9h3qGlG9/0CoTfudXwMoGLCMp8uEy1CsbEaFIY8YHFfd4dIL+b3P6I wm0Xtk7OM/YL0J1ybihQMyTocmNXq0AtNbqRFbehqf0unzNkuCiPuz6c+/66k4BrY9edYB11 4+kx1iHjs/H0pEmfy9zZOeal4IUv68UQGoqY4ZJ3jaSJ1Li1N8RWmHOYh9Ucb28Ld8a9oA0p umEXWLkasY1KxHIBFIodHg0ILrUeiMCguPDVtOIqfECJKM2nI4IciC7AXZalBqkaYRoGIAtj KMR9wwzYezTCYai8Q1bu5rnRjbNoFOVcRVZVOFJZogXpWBFshpewOEZviBKYpylnF6q9uZ0V rQUDj70nfAZOLRUsIxB+BOLdjdCkjs+SNsoK552A+chBoi5wrfmi1CC6w1f4DO4X5Vf7vMF5 AfQeCpv7Zjbi3zhtS8cDAiNdus7FhFdzNfLK8Q+IipDIG1H2aHyjPRtM7UBPzHKsUVM0gQvV SLQScVdLGaKev1CjUMHqYYQWrg62sAtAmMhnoPBiNFFuvesJcouBmycQogbcPcdIUsF+XIWr JwPIOYjSbi6fsJNpTChSrVWsN3QHs6tQlJxG+SKnCMCwdWXJYqe/NbiFHnOLfLLil4lM8UQQ ikWGf9W3UWR/36YIQajBlO00SpWMnRjIcGhYnHfcG4YzPHhSnGt8J5Kx6D5YLQaydJVeYFk6 viwTWwGgNeXI3ul4gJ6BRunm9qcmvK4zpipfnUdBGp5sRdjgFtlKha8x1hUShJjpLWIzade8 V2/huohWNKhSpza1XGFD+WhpS21Blhd2ATjF8nWsTk3N6pPLa2wMunN8gX1zLxC25vBAaoxg mCCnq3DfkuRWoatlAJo+QeGa+RUFJm7HsGJVbW9w23wdn0u2kysG57lUlOMPUChaBJ8Ua7h+ msJjcpq4mJxINPhrePYzR7+MuGjusna25goz7kXu56w7cbpJDAdp3g7aYQEl7z6WlMfKEwWx lmvzgnK6AZqzIyWXhr/UDGSATpvtsT0SYxzglK4ovd/4kkOlFVLp7s9Tr4wYMORdsgbzmKZV jj8Qe7rMoOAXjiikG7Hdhpmyo8wU3WAhvayJoBFZThItR7FjVRwzaOtKS1wBmh6r6/EaT2FC FCQgPW5EXZbP0FYUlTWjmqNKyHd4+kpAnPBfU06O9HxJKxl5M6i8TxTIRZi3iD75h/uu4N0m 3uYZGiBsHuOK+zEzjkxoDRRmVsuqA2OF5n+Ue8C6fBTAeh3M8f+utgNWqhbhq4lTqNHmMXvA A7ePkRwZUV+1c4wiWOGR0SAtMmjDSufYeLZwsVkvQAUmM6VvwvvEBqGRKtnMwpk6uyyiDSDH RAXGUjEtq7X4DnHcxnlTERUhl5pCRHk+w+LjYhqhYN7ybV4Aw3N/RTSfX0lxclqGlRGUdz+C 4q87CZSIaAvaSpO0+W+1xcAtQJMwArIsg2sXrSs2UFFFAJCewUSKm4hu3UmeP5elKfUoTu3V nQrtLVus+rJZfMUGT2toyVR+ZkTUKEH+A0ywCCwJ153ICBNBDNJ5Y1Joc5qC3bFGB1tYaa+1 udBO94MExn0UKU7mCbY4E6p9zl4MRsHHv3GePUjKBvavtHPTmpVycpHfLeIyUyAvj9ZxckTh /isprgt0izwTubwfsvHbG2ESsRMJXmyaRFnQmoc0r/g8lA5pWGuaal8FfReuOzEmi/M4k3Ye NUXMupP8GSj82isIyEWOeDRdnStb/AKVJip24hOEpKvw+4toCo+LVjAL1+etO9EM5vULqQrP Cu5BsrgRUOXPd3tH211lpiyQx+Yn/IvDawt3DIETlWJC1wJWl+GNZH4bmypJGwGkp5K4o+RN zEUja5ghL/bjyBhTBW1MzvUEXFeuBXnfIkZi3Yn0k66C63Y1fbrAtJhlnLJYFonwpOhKWZVn ODO6s90QK0zMlDKTJLubq9Xi4FusbtGiidZJIP+yGtMB4/4mOmiys7Dwu2NVQrYa4+il4daf M6kIEwLm2EE5CqhyX8LCFGWmcIBd6BDO62L6i02slzs4LaxLKAo+LAa8JxSm2SzShtC5tmnp uBrQK9tKNc8wQzr4J+ZL/ACp2Imbd4bZzMSXvPeORAjelUjGX7+dD3feCYNdVnTazjeN6M7r EuOgp2qsfiXyNPIaoO9H1qUx3C88o5vmgVgB6WlzXhhAYQBAME4eagTxIC83VG5kzIqxExZU FrOE6DL9OjhH9vIsHrCy3lRmyl4Pm/Y7lrBuIucvSnCWWly9REl+Ne18yGKPFQzVetXPt07z W5ScUq0M5mCGTnkfnOwqkgGtDE7ISGZxamL5vBmv9DDlKdB/3fupdSeyoSusOzEoepfiJhWu 1ZxdBuetZOG5LuLA1vNAJF4pdhJ4HjJrIRJECi3bcjsPnWFHHY30bSS3Mnpsia+RLgwvWe8E /R4Du97+ZmlfiqEbUqSwY2bcWrzFwgAHwGDDeZM2IVjCEDZWmsB1Zb2laadNivdWkCVqtC39 tWPNDwIpKzNKnrhBZZHvW3LWiSekb5zo9aZh2kUhIc+axRlCOtW8gKPKcqQh/kvQOWvdiUu6 iGUewtGlk8qFUzUKs7SKGJJPFCsnoWFBdS+qfyIeYDVumo2eg4iU1miXGuu8TqhIDVHdxymB sY03O154UzHt1zaSmAWva08xkvn7m6XRnO7QwGGFeff44t5tFBSPDeeR9JXK8tIuOG1gFOuW HplFURMtqv2IVEQt9Mpr0kxCzV36J2NjJ7r7nmKR0iqcihnbAc7skqJC8ra9f36YnB4kJwfJ 8dPkhP87oDtPE/w0PEmuRslrOo3NSr7McoK5Uz6fFi0PQ7cHOe/EW3fikGih44t1ec0HhbnW ILcPwY6NMszkaDwOUV4rnqnerebXtohFX0J/VMxufJqoPDhkw2Vqc2k7Wi8QLS6/HFSLCFAa Fg2hsCAGm+NGboa/kGWwMOWwR9spyt7R39FLnTKYPE3PDC9oYd52L3iNNxpGJB+baZlWwhj6 9e/8hbgl+jKUEhNHapCCD3vfJL29RAUF50mznXR3kt6O+sR/zY5aEXt5llw8TybYvDXLIkw7 duTcSQ191ioxMddCIZS5qix43tLtA73/IOedZKw7yXPh+eBVHLE0jysG1KLEsv4d0ivSDaWb aGyvBY5datBqTg4rRfylG0kFJ+XFze+K2o/P8HqW5MiQNByzjwAUTau7RsSMHJqFhevdw9Pj 4T1H5lHyt712Tx2yK+QojV0kG2h3o4/paXpq1JMoE4PKOBEhVAICQRWVKIxCw8W/6fCS546O abx2zDqPGfXFOgwkiZBiV2skDdrwptlKGm36r5W02kmnlzzZVcIGzw/Pkgnvlu8bf2n6rxI5 uJ0mL4+TqyHVY9psBW0Z0ZGi2tDn4c47yU+ODvnAmRSrgK9hVx+CNSsIq8U8t1rsxPDxYgfl Kt4uy8FBhIP+hFIddzXW0G8FI0bQCcpIWrnZrnRVGpeYKrP3N5MIFeiAlcpsPv/mbPDV8/t3 fJ3s9Op1gQtUddxuV5ocVl7KXqQHbmXv8RS53QEbBILqPp1dBqa9jpAKssrlc5SQKFwsffIz rh58U+yn7vNEazSTzpZ68uqle+uBIiiTcXIzScYkTjLH94HqzfQZvCORpIc77+SuZRlZQiUu W4mZ3GyynRm2yYijKNaNmh4UOyHm5i4sdNTGKPWmP1R84HzXfyLfF7Ab0XzjGjFSRIoQnh76 CW/4WI+PqC5jf7NcH7rX2SEOHn5xfr8JxEgI/mZjXVPVjNoUuQkxPcMx6kSVtGi0OrL9Ygcx goL0ilqw4hDNVGqrxpco64TZN9TxPbkVaOVRHbDrTqRECfR9yXU8sbRT1swv2ypYLciTn92o IEoG/ZeI0CwZWdF9tau7jMM2dIKV951K+iDnnRAnUB0eGt4dO4nDLK4s96z40FDVDGeAteAM kaqTnM+aR8M+RrvmtayyjiCNTYaqgJhZDArW1NEeBkZY5QmmR1CRcdnFdEQ3MICkJdiA2oAd 5r8+GSLj6x6Xze/22mrDEtFlfI3b+0Sr0Wm9VWoYVukm3K5yvm/xy1DARy4pt6KsE6X8q0Ic HISiRcZRIicM3IKBypWCBTWBWT8TLK2dskZvk7K5QZvi3NyY1rL84XfvL8LR6iTtnnKyEZDd f/khLt13+3+J8h/kvBMXOwk0Nftn9qjHb7KiRltPihTvhpVqRI50mjPrslZnta1Qqff5uzh8 mDfMXNLkchIajZ9GLbFGmLOpltOLWZehJ/qqgNbAi0svTaugFxY7cia/hi2NLzgj+auj06Jn reeRHIea0DbMTsKBkjiJOWKIxMIf4flMaxi2OyZsVbQuEOJGn5ojMdfwWDTKMxX4dWdjpRjD m6pF2y6fT03MIPIRuASldSJoqCYdU8MddfMwa1kQyNnoKvealFKBj9FRL4ur04D+vj//UOed GEeS4SHJrwzHGWodlstpBIpgW8NyIglKm/LUBju05ktc7ARlVdc419ZBkhAtvoqx0i5kPl5I 0UVV08neMRft2CFSraQLwsVUvAFi8RJR2VLrTgjOzMhnOCsQn986vvj6bHgvC1M21IaPRl7S l6vpTVTXKmZjAisvUym2wn9InBNDQ+xDo/cyCGSVZOmVnF3pwLiZoSEgRtCJ3FbZUpYnS5hm YuogqjJKSBsdsgSermpdBe2DB/AYkr6Gp8nwWH0iiq52OzWFIBbyaqgeeDVSCce2WLTt9czc xyt8JBpVOp2ohz3d0UxwrmhAFY0GaiMZ20dUhKpfXalPPKbUPuoLvHPqPtWOzymdiMoURjvV ffoVlS6IlKhCBsngRKVNo2o8zPXKkeKWj87pGXpsdKFkcBpy1ZNj1X7uIxIc8BYSEFA+emGR AfRBw1DO+XP1AO8CnlXvg513kuUzycn9d4I9PtKQETtRHOGcOYGdxDMoanZALc2YHoGqZbq/ gnw0kCfnkh3FJBmOI8WJxlMn4FMIHv7EWM8TqdiVu+5EyY9Kr93Y73VwqOKrg51Xhzv6aEUL MaKzYN6T4XXn6GIwXnUHYtrwkUbQzK7LKEqiALLzpNT3pJRhEudcbUQdZvxyPAnP8nEga3Sa KGcXYaZQjELQT4v2YqOvn1bal8/MgvgaaiXSMaNJF5nkhGs6sBWeKIJ8Q39Ej6bJ+ZGC2npT OakQYgFQXhwSahOV8HE9VFlh+FQaIV9WA1hLLi8UhjLuA2FRGqTFDYE+N4AbCVzGIhhAf1AR v8sVjUcqpxmfnNZmCYtO8U9qb+mqqJ36yw1geJEEse0Epp89V6KiuZG0yAuHFgL6FSVMIwH9 LEVQNaiExxQppsnguRaNlnlQmurjiSqQ35qMlDW2vqnEG/6E5GB5M3ihDpNAOc1N1UIUBTHJ nOO38yHPO0l7tNIt0HBLApZmuRnmYv+qnmXio8Vij/mUmIkG+mpVEDEYdc0HEmKKdcR/Wmi7 noNb9RbB6jhtXZ/uYXEkb5g0xYhVlegtPjROAAljyIQTmtXay73+UX8ThyriUHTYTDjBxc29 UC9WQza5mT45HjwfcpJo5EUmAke2NRZfTRGHihGWtBl+JlAalGcaUl8ge8A4EdfgFUvQdFRA z5o4w5FKXDxr0jVGNN++EphuGSRKRVDEPMIAceYuNOjWZrIOcSJ+BRoyqvaeJutdZbhgncoT LGFpJqNThZW4kHPcpawwpQhQLrLVr8ESHOHHAhelIgCI2wqy9WWbCkkzVwiOqrFEJqgI+IuK UCYymzn9rFJTxcJpxty1hlZt6GLxjIoAGQqjAfV1ZXKpBvDhm6JSHn0gOOQNCkS/VBZ1g5bj tBVBWAipp+YkFSYqoxpRH8gGPAahghxrfOJ12GfUMiJIUzdmfqsERr2VdFEyWthJtvaUsBxf KokCW0ot/emrn0D2/lNFKJg72uqi0gwMPvB5J2nMyrTjnNs0ZlYzeYzgEHNMYr2WHm6GRMZO 1NnXnOyR8mxYnUL0MQqm7Aw0XOXRR/MN2k+Hyxa+cFCKkaX5UXFbI9GNAbhwTRo97YiItDF1 OuFtIA63NmiSO53Dl8pGq3p6NsRhvYUbI14Iuj+bzc6jjl3RJoEbd8sSGd58dV5k8QtEH6Jt WcLVSTIMTZSz665Z49wGwg4o3gf9RsDM5s/srsEFeakdNcp5daoEyQVwHKeJbSedHSpScO/1 S6XvA8S1TWNYDiAItRoGAUsOgDggG74y5VCSnJYozR3witfxJD6B6ZAo8uISuKKNJ2FFwG7w JypSmhclNKMiWDbadWY4GQUqawncfxW6329eKUm2xkxCdQWQBYMJdzaNROT2b/YUuNu+wGZC cnO7k9Ts5qemmxv0JCQKmsRWneojGXkgCL4gUKStPZrpEFSqnWMlSFjCMQVAHPQOf6LBtoVG +C0676Sql7xFMRATMG0xSBS2mp0hxyrgq3Ev00jU5dM4uQf4+KPCFzY4oXdSWO9kp7QqCpfv Xsi0t6yZkiTnVzGeHxWOVgv6AmqwtEjJSGIj+k0Lh0L9ceedWNQwKiHEIQ73laUhSK78Xa7X skman7iR6rDeKAGAl2evLZc5m+kiipIdjuo7C5jppOV98BNW/BQiHT88uBzPUGoeV9vaY51d d8waq78Twys3b/SVAQU0g9Jd01XcKmUf/wH6oSbPpklvlxRzIGDAq+T0R/lVYd0yx67V1H3t maE7TcoUZ3HCqM0XSlAmSzr6pTpOvadPtAQFQnPXA21aAsAFWKvl+ga+vYpsjIQAB3YAquO4 jn0eTcJ9LUVEjdwkFcmYKXHIR1talkMHYS6wsaUsGJJVShIY2kqZxPYW00p3ihIeMOlgaVmB wZRhpRklw6jiO3akqvQTJ6/7EmXReScx52lQzaqNTscUQsV2Q34RFow5So9KKXIZPvf5THKw IojlHk2auMNKe+tN7d9MOzo0d1rlNNnu8EhHXDn+U9GRwXh8EyWBd2AHLJBVHogIjbt4J9z+ ZnaUBWMELqZqpbLbWZfy3rkjPMKqUT6KdXmp41400Vz4dATPYXFKtuFJ0ABrWAukC/DR0LkT dRz90cj47tPIKydRlHVC01QJqxAvgjtm7CKlCa87kWThghZpS4iOYBn8XvJkX3tX8LrEO/ku gBg/wa/FtoVHf8iYJi1SYeVvrhxl+MK4by0AFd6fKneTU3CNmGEk5QazELJGTNAjpbPPXL8Q ZsAl3VBKsF0ntbpyGeFd1GgbAKl5e2NcT0IpsTNx+kqVBjHmYRoxsFZTKOQzmyjZoJIUqHeS 7KixUVe3Ua9tecC9AemIPzwJpwuk16xgExJr0Xkn1Ua1OICoN5QcCnlFyGHdSnvHjauLkBWs uKGXU5h6uYdCUIV8Rg/EJUfB0b8L7T7AR1kd8TREI85x2lUnAxa+aIWcnOQ87KFvCnb8SdR+ JL1Ws90gbUFKDq9HlnqqGXgqJnZC+qEZCNF+Y9ild4rZ8swmAw22YQIsMHZxoaPRZEbE9DgE tw4vKNunyAVO0GRMDU3AHoi3dYsfITyc3Fxy6kHuMJleRFknCOZAhOeW7/wtmhv1aBYhkXo2 ve4krWvKCcugphiH6sXrvPgDK+EDjZ4nhfLe4F9KeRpeqE/35YJQGxctPVbgi3gGCRjp75pc OsVfFcWyhy9qA9/hiiB70hWh3luSanaHSqgaQH/2d1lmg6cLJgIbN9KUwXd0kz1daVKwKFU0 qXmY5jUV3qcbet3kwaelNVtv2iVAk0sKTd1la7JbqZZWBegnMhqI8oZc8/mC806SjXqkfdKw Rzu5LqVcgZZZBfmase41lNHixU2OU7MhWD6A6WqYpti/h1sIQIhImpt41M35fLPVHD7d6mtw LFY4ntbutDT1AgGZzI8GMSeFoODDPmlPeeTSvMWjVjne6kZopngTx7KYOUkzUyuYzIiVq1Ts Z7NZN0fzCoFKDXUKAZWD9xFBL0pZvDUcsc/XZ8j5HBuFXRfnh622CeqGQ2PaTI3vqWwDi1BL tRpNPThjCZcSq0HjFcNEjI9SETSeLJg1jglRq97NcakOmIe0z9xTqwVx8qq2aIUXVXy4pWSA 2vIkhSTaJsDGZlVmV+9Lu6vCLUo6GaBU7jIRveAsYQQPAq6wU8B+4YpQVLoi2AQtW5EZMht+ 4DZL4waRFVgqeukYJAGsCsgYwmXJSBbiOZtA2AEZf762oyMmS0h2mvI2iu6xpDPWdUs0Pvha rG2eTo7zYDbzvBPVcOhT7Wa9EN/Yh+Gdb7Ly6+DDd0oGEtiQqRVbI6rSiq2EYDkVWcvQQ8KT aI4tbON2RAc0wPKAzDBuEweUrUYNB2wM9/rAjzjq4S2K9kvwzfIVEG1n8/nBy8JqNaqAgbLb bQsjUjCNrwsfbXeQfBXXFxMvEJzKehYNB4jvqUf0w9FWV+XOhYMVhihIVhWm8MX1eGx1PdsS /WW+czbMaNDCnm93KK/BlKC7ZtnefNna4GBVgQuJ0Zec4G+MuQzvkJE0jRhpokomUktfghkd aarqwnFkfYx+Sbrl3Z5bZ44zkSxacUvafdX965FbF2KRl2PR7ESCHYP/5BdEmCGNlOKvZ71O 4rLRCziIUBSHlxVJApRg+hPHckVwGWVWhPCDroheYSmIT7VbJXUfpgkaydSG9MIdSBF8B7jD gkHkP1f5holGVQdGcMBmTDG26kLetsoZzTzrHzPaBJPcg2s3AaW5RmPBP8mlNqbGzPNO1AsH vU4xbUq3SP+zpwCICtB9loOU4i3iGKS+6FRRv6gl/0I8QFkMjhvEJLHjpGe+nUJJXHIUmgRp MdjrQXIAlBHZBuDudVpYQjHa7+OAjcjZbbraQkha849UGVJaKtHt4nIclzv7ot8Vx996Ritz JHTeF7s9HJS75BCkH9PHsFvAZbqY4RjD26X53r2KTAcYQ/qxYG4LVQti2+RELNs6EOvw/NrN NNsS0yqoFwcXnEm57IX85r0uZ5TKrnnzudtuFrVTLyc337DzTSqkmdSgB2gtUeEL47tuFRdb l1MmpGhRFnPcedK00McrKkMu+owhemL4H+3EahKUgxRVb+AAtSTkEHtgULPmjhMPUjuhkYKt g18nCEggHeuKghaMdubTY0uOndxVkZb6BuhQgso/biuZAT8YLniZuCL8pKPitHoDtpHK6RKO LDlfJKDhkLSABzypTzyg0ot8iWhnDZzjuGTCgoZ4i/RSMWL0ZqpIArJEIZmUYkh/3QlyFpD+ 3258txqIoC6A7H5vQyVHpkkTyFha0QZBcv7NlvbkFp4X6gVYDFjHsLvZhlDhme16K4nORDKt Oh5eawldvFK0FpLju+3uy70eBAlEC4TKKl2wTUDrdNZsoNYZPVGocqr5Bxejax0SKNANFHaK 4297HdJQmaVcEkG/3Roe7JBaEH9tMsx59HfjoqbSlFjcv0BGdyhv+nUqEZQv2qwDCN4b9qTT 9LCcaQEoSeDyAksUKnmvC9Wi6hUoHDLQC16wdFz6gtHWP0ZCKs1bO2M9fdMoakQcTB8YSUsX 7z24qZLTDEDIGu2Qmb5gWsHrEFELHJhwDXuQlCrc6yzXYTdZsRQABKvs24laQihFRb2unkeM xHmEjPSyY63GXEQFGM1vyN2kLAPKFsswDgyrcIMXVxTqrPQu79GCgDxiKrAb1J/UNrXQpEn3 YaOMKadLTEBvrKkcLGHBxSKTBt1XX6h3SLjCJ2SG2hxTOM3swxz7URaSVUzleAZCl2USPRDM X22dmJ/Fr//xn/7pn/7nv1ye7/3u97/d+MevNv6xt/H7zhcbnz6O4Bv5yqMk+W3r0993Nna+ /BzKO2bIzY8zat0bMa5vvu1/+b9/1/kfTzb+G4TYxzHMKiutVR79bqO5+5sv/mvn83/4u8/7 X/4a1f3pzzwGxC5vqHZ84j9qzM3szfqnn3zRWLW/eeQ6vhx//viTyiPQo9j12y+a8zcfzd7M HyWP0NY3PGZveJ6YXpgvb968+eNfbrqff/q4IA3RrG7r03/48vPHH38Cv0fz8SdfPH7c73yO Qdn/7T2MCBjppzcfTf7939HCR48e4dM1nr7/5teffcF+Uf/qfvbpJx+v/b8ffpiDAOim3+Xt v/vs8He8LnrZC4nF//3ij4YBiIyGBzR76NkzH34/bdQ+WX4KIH32P3/2n4bf/zCb/aS5i0eq Uql//PE/73R/81kB0wG7Pf6Xf/6XP9/86LWKx12xrmMAMNXffPzxl83G/9n5+y8//ZtlCeE/ t/748fW//Xg7/2mePCKC6Hmh60KNjx5VYYt/+vh//e43zccfx9Xym/XGnyY/vqYaNCfb+ehG wVT9wzj58S/J51+oDCX7K7588nHyq0fJ5E/J7Ifks476zvP6k1qCV2Y/Jo+bSe2xm+OaZ0j9 Bxx/xPDHAflPkun3yV++T968Tn61lvy6ozGBwYGHb/4mGf+rshtUrIUogycn3yc/oSJs8dLU Y2EHBS96FWGSYu5+knw/0qVBnnz2hQdBf/lT8ggR/hu1kOVXPL4Gml7/5O6gaugrf/pXdYTz +pcaRR2QkkXyq18p+sz+Lfnxz8nHj5PHyDnUTKiHFX/+8f8m85+SX/+9TgLGnZ9+Un2sfEzL Qn1s/Okm+f46+eTTpLXhSmAOmf6Q3HxPAwTYJEg37370888/f/T185+/249jlCXfwmLmwTXl RPOImuvlfh9O/CULiXjs2eD6YEBri/QlJLC5Cf1x9HRrlVBHZsNQ5e7J8Ozy+tXhbnThqt1Y OzW96T4/136hTEOY+gId+WS3+xD0RIwD54K0Y6NBaN10Nhvf3oINaPCt8jiHM22BAQRsHVyN B+PpeDpFVjcW0nfW63AcFe0jZMnu6QCbXwWSQ2N0aAGo27B+jra7yys4CGKdjManyMSixUxY A7/Vam5DLS+yscrZ9Xj/dHQDBTPDpvdY97DfhVW0wt4OHs+i8UiL+EqNjhsafgJm4lPlvI0y TPyJgaKxkcP64amYj8ZosP0FPqh13dfJ5nayzj4o2ST8epogEQtOJCxDsfMaUW4sVoftgsXq LkxC72J9Ikrr7rrV6SyYsdgbm53gwgJyZTSkkAHjePFMucXwLjcPn2qLEVsRXhHNww4lry7D ivAAluXzahWUozeUpAYgkQR7wOBSSwjhxzOiDhXB/ELSAVZrqrX6xs5gssDjp9YbCiAFQWCX qBJIruC0SngbsDuAXefEJahNxs50d+zrsGPOnilZtXUQkppJirxqXuEfNA9b3SDBgY08MXY6 swv8lImJ93czndmlpurDV2t8qdztDB8urMPZ1r3ugo6qsIjhyfMLyBLUugplFcPCil0zhchZ l7KIAUPAa9hD9zdqqiRgOk5IHOqtPmLKRqvh9mzVOM3LKNr0ZbbwVElERwDr8CW+OtidHu1e HW7DtVhUlkClwA6SnixJ+yUkfNMUgcur8+xseRcinJwIMl19uz053J0c7uHLt/3N5WUJJiD2 uNw5xjaXMyKSoZL94rNunU4aWF7aLR42FIUwuy5NThMlF2G13k9FKF95v12PCKSkhw3BarVL IzkbgadAQF5DrptE83ezS7B+nZxjwxVePgInUivZxAL4m2RwpDae4owpRCzUfoWQJdtaluh+ cPRinaZWXUF8GhmAs9wMZEMAWDmHEG/hYVcRXFV0H04kyAws47cVsZOIi23wETtVU5HpNeAe 2Vxcpu0gE4dX16vdJy1EouNbyj8GHEeasnJnkZsOsgRfWJagENhSSspi+esLs/skNw8p1GfK pbZJGwpwdaASL3sEy/G2XemfVN95rTepYmgVqtYL+7ESk051EyyqrJO//eb41Yu9+2JNqju8 vj4ZqL0icEFyKiWRrmrlxU5hdMgsP+8mYtTHHNK09fKX4M8kaTcbx7u9otmcmfViN61nF5eT qV5yf7q/BfdxoWYHD8NVuHVkrJNUy9N96bVb+8glKqIX5zVvOL55ejHEWcL7/U5EuEIWi17g KHhHfOrIbncDsLsKcRa8C0H47HyoGG8JomU+AzHe76zvFjQyCnUHkwE2zRlaaRhGt2Qhxx7t dCmj+t6uPB47fBKf15duHKTmxtOTsINmet4OL4CR3gqnRqOGfUQEYuD768l4PrkieEtqnSc6 4apaeY2svfForvaHfs3+nEq9VYMbR0pDQdXbgbJOap1+iA83N7cqPGPybrF6oVKtwSYw0GEq IkDTFTVryOzKrAgx+NPDSnOjxqtnZAMuB/OrUWMHloG56Nfbq8HselTvbq21Nz2wms9vX43m kHNoG1qF5WnooG2YLXw+Q/vneuU/BIGiRrXVWYNJJ+D3FgLbbkuBw+CarTVklxGpg59UFZzV hp8gmbDEh69KLeiUEif3xpJlQSUFSgqUFCgp8KFS4P8Dx41ZbHNEXjEAAAAASUVORK5CYIIA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASABoACgABAFsADwACAAAA AAAAADgAAEDx/wIAOAAMAAYATgBvAHIAbQBhAGwAAAACAAAAGABDShgAX0gBBGFKGABtSAkE c0gJBHRICQQyAAEAAQACADIADAAJAEgAZQBhAGQAaQBuAGcAIAAxAAAACAABAAYkAUAmAAYA NQiBXAiBNgACQAEAAgA2AAwACQBIAGUAYQBkAGkAbgBnACAAMgAAAAgAAgAGJAFAJgEKADUI gUNKIABcCIFCAAMAAQACAEIADAAJAEgAZQBhAGQAaQBuAGcAIAAzAAAAGQADAAMkAwYkAQ3G CAACqAw0FwAAQCYCYSQDAAMAPioBADYABAABAAIANgAMAAkASABlAGEAZABpAG4AZwAgADQA AAAIAAQABiQBQCYDCgA1CIFDShQAXAiBSAAFAAEAAgBIAAwACQBIAGUAYQBkAGkAbgBnACAA NQAAAB4ABQADJAMGJAEOhBj3D4SoDEAmBF2EGPdehKgMYSQDBgA1CIFcCIFMAAYAAQACAEwA DAAJAEgAZQBhAGQAaQBuAGcAIAA2AAAAIQAGAAMkAQYkAQ3GCAACCAcsEMDADoQ0/EAmBV2E NPxhJAEABgA1CIFcCIEAAAAAAAA8AEFA8v+hADwADAEWAEQAZQBmAGEAdQBsAHQAIABQAGEA cgBhAGcAcgBhAHAAaAAgAEYAbwBuAHQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAfAAEA8gAsAAwABgBIAGUA YQBkAGUAcgAAAA0ADwANxggAAuAQwCEBAgAAACwAIEABAAIBLAAMAAYARgBvAG8AdABlAHIA AAANABAADcYIAALgEMAhAQIAAABcACQAAQASAVwADAAQAEUAbgB2AGUAbABvAHAAZQAgAEEA ZABkAHIAZQBzAHMAAAAhABEAD4RACxiE/P8ZhPT/GoTwHhsmgCtEvAcvhLQAXoRACwAHADUI gV5KAgAAQABCAAEAIgFAAA0ACQBCAG8AZAB5ACAAVABlAHgAdAAAABgAEgADJAMOhCwBD4Qs AV2ELAFehCwBYSQDBABDShYAJgApQKIAMQEmAAwACwBQAGEAZwBlACAATgB1AG0AYgBlAHIA AAAAADQAUAABAEIBNAAMAAsAQgBvAGQAeQAgAFQAZQB4AHQAIAAyAAAACAAUAAMkA2EkAwQA Q0oWADAAUQABAFIBMAAMAAsAQgBvAGQAeQAgAFQAZQB4AHQAIAAzAAAACAAVAAMkA2EkAwAA YgBDAAEAYgFiAAwAEABCAG8AZAB5ACAAVABlAHgAdAAgAEkAbgBkAGUAbgB0AAAALwAWAAMk Aw3GCAACZQEgAgAAD4RlARGEAwAxJAA3JAA4JABIJABehGUBYIQDAGEkAwAAAGwAUgABAHIB bAAMABIAQgBvAGQAeQAgAFQAZQB4AHQAIABJAG4AZABlAG4AdAAgADIAAAA1ABcAAyQDDcYI AALWAZECAAAPhNcBEYS7ABJkEv8AADEkADckADgkAEgkAF6E1wFghLsAYSQDAAAAZABUAAEA ggFkAAwACgBCAGwAbwBjAGsAIABUAGUAeAB0AAAAPQAYAAMkAw3GCAACkgGRAgAADoTUAQ+E kQIRhAH/EmQY/wAAMSQANyQAOCQASCQAXYTUAV6EkQJghAH/YSQDAAAAbABTAAEAkgFsAAwA EgBCAG8AZAB5ACAAVABlAHgAdAAgAEkAbgBkAGUAbgB0ACAAMwAAADUAGQADJAMNxggAAnYB MQIAAA+EdwERhMMAEmQY/wAAMSQANyQAOCQASCQAXoR3AWCEwwBhJAMAAAAAAAAAAQAAAAIA AABY/wAA/////wAAAAABAP////8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABAAAAAQD/////AAAAAAAAAAABAAAA AgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAACAAAABQAAAAAAAAAACAEAAAAACP//AAAAAAAA AABY/wAABwAAJAEAAAD/////AAAAAAMAAAAGAAAABgAAAAkAAAAMAAAADAAAAEIAAAB4AAAA vwAAAAYBAAB6AQAAwAEAAMMBAAAABAAATgMBAFgDAQCDAAAAkQAAAAAEAAATMQAAt04AAPZq AABkbwAAanYAAO2jAACSzQAAO/UAANUBAQBYAwEAhAAAAIYAAACHAAAAiAAAAIoAAACLAAAA jAAAAI0AAACPAAAAkAAAAAAEAACHbgAA9dIAAFgDAQCFAAAAiQAAAI4AAAB4AAAAfwAAAIIA AACHAAAAkgAAAJQAAADnAAAA7gAAAPEAAAD2AAAAAQEAAAMBAACiAQAAqQEAAKsBAACwAQAA uwEAAL0BAADDAQAAEyEU/5WAExoU/5WAEyEU/5WAExoU/5WAEyEU/5WAExoU/5WADwAA8DgA AAAAAAbwGAAAAAIIAAACAAAACQAAAAEAAAABAAAACgAAAEAAHvEQAAAA//////////+AgIAA 9wAAEAAPAALwkgAAABAACPAIAAAAAQAAAAkEAAAPAAPwMAAAAA8ABPAoAAAAAQAJ8BAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAgAK8AgAAAAABAAABQAAAA8ABPBCAAAAEgAK8AgAAAABBAAAAA4A AFMAC/AeAAAAvwEAABAAywEAAAAA/wEAAAgABAMJAAAAPwMBAAEAAAAR8AQAAAABAAAAWP8A AAAAAACxAAAAuQAAAB8VAAAoFQAABBoAAAsaAADAGwAAyhsAAEAsAABGLAAAeSwAAH8sAADX LAAA3iwAACs6AAAuOgAAG0AAACFAAAA6SQAAQUkAAARMAAAITAAADlQAABRUAADhVgAA4lYA AOpWAAA9VwAAQlcAAENXAABJVwAAZ1cAAG1XAAA8WAAAQ1gAAJldAACgXQAAAmAAAAxgAACK ZAAAi2QAALdkAAC4ZAAAy2QAAM9kAABOZQAAV2UAAB1wAAAkcAAAVnAAAGBwAAAPcQAAFHEA AMBzAADJcwAASHQAAFR0AABogQAAboEAALeBAAC8gQAAbY4AAHKOAACrjgAAro4AAK+OAAC0 jgAAPJwAAEScAAD9ogAABKMAAMirAADPqwAA1rQAAN60AADitwAA6bcAAJm5AAChuQAAFLsA ABu7AAADvgAAC74AAHHDAAB+wwAA8dEAAPjRAAAI0gAADtIAAF3UAABl1AAA1NUAAN/VAAAx 5wAAPOcAADboAAA96AAAm+gAAKHoAADI9QAAz/UAAFf3AABi9wAAjP0AAJH9AACT/QAAk/0A AJX9AACV/QAAlv0AAJb9AACY/QAAmf0AAJv9AACc/QAAnv0AAJ/9AAAL/gAAFv4AABr+AAAo /gAAev4AAIX+AACJ/gAAl/4AAOb+AADr/gAANf8AAD//AABD/wAAUf8AAFP/AABU/wAAVv8A AFn/AAAHAAcABwAcAAcABwAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAHAAcABwAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAH AAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAH ABwABwAcAAcAHAAHAAcABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAc AAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAH AAQABwAEAAIABAAHAAQABwAEAAcABAAHAAcABwAHAAcABwAHAAcABwAcAAcABwAHAAcABwAC AAcABwAAAAAAIgAAACsAAAB+HwAAjh8AAI8fAACdHwAAnh8AAK4fAACvHwAAwB8AAMEfAADP HwAA0B8AAOEfAABoKwAAdSsAAGA3AABoNwAAqFUAALJVAADPYwAA0mMAAIpkAACLZAAAsmQA ALZkAADVZAAA2GQAAAJlAAAGZQAA8WYAAPVmAAAdZwAAQWcAAFBoAABUaAAAMGkAAFNpAADW agAA3GoAAFBrAABZawAAAXAAAAZwAADfcQAA5HEAAGFyAABpcgAAxnwAAAt9AAA8nAAARJwA AAO+AAALvgAA/sYAAJ3HAAAZzAAAIcwAABrcAAAc3AAAVeYAAIDmAAAZ7AAA5+wAACXuAAAn 7gAAyfEAAMvxAAAE8gAAB/IAALv3AADI9wAACPoAAA/6AACT/QAAk/0AAJX9AACV/QAAlv0A AJb9AACY/QAAmf0AAJv9AACc/QAAnv0AAJ/9AAAL/gAAFv4AABr+AAAo/gAAev4AAIX+AACJ /gAAl/4AADX/AAA//wAAQ/8AAFH/AABT/wAAVP8AAFb/AABZ/wAABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAz AAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAH ADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAz AAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcABAAHAAQAAgAEAAcABAAHAAQABwAEAAcABwAH AAcABwAHAAcABwAHAAcABwAHAAcAAgAHAAcA//8CAAAAFgBEAHIALgAgAFAAZQB0AGUAcgAg AEMAIABNAG8AbgB0AGcAbwBtAGUAcgB5AFQAXABcAE4AbwB0AGUAYgBvAG8AawBcAFYAZQBu AHQAdQByAGUAXAB0AGUAeAB0AFwATQBjAEwAdQBoAGEAbgBcAFAAbwBlAHQAcgB5ACAAYQB0 ACAAdABoAGUAIABFAG4AZAAgAG8AZgAgAFAAcgBpAG4AdAAgAEMAdQBsAHQAdQByAGUAIABI AHUAZABzAG8AbgAgAFIAZQB2AGkAZQB3AC4AZABvAGMACgByQlgFOMgytf8P/w//D/8P/w// D/8P/w//DxAAfSsXEpzA3B3/D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w8QAMhbrxPOg0Ka/w//D/8P/w// D/8P/w//D/8PEABkQ1MotDXAEf8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w//DxAA2C5PL9Y4atP/D/8P/w// D/8P/w//D/8P/w8QAGUSB0TGPUyb/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8PEAD6QvpN2LPqmv8P/w// D/8P/w//D/8P/w//DxAAZyF1TjQMOCL/D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w8QAMAKLWbQM3oS/w// D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8PEACILpJ9OJZyAP8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w//DxAAAQAAABcQAAAA AAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E0AIRhJj+FcYFAAHQAgZehNACYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygA h2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SgBRGEmP4VxgUA AaAFBl6EoAVghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAA AAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RwCBGEmP4VxgUAAXAIBl6EcAhghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAA AACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhEALEYSY/hXGBQABQAsG XoRAC2CEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAA AAAAGRgAAA+EEA4RhJj+FcYFAAEQDgZehBAOYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhI AAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E4BARhJj+FcYFAAHgEAZehOAQ YISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAV GAAAD4SwExGEmP4VxgUAAbATBl6EsBNghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEA AAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABkYAAAPhIAWEYSY/hXGBQABgBYGXoSAFmCEmP5PSgMA UUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAP hFAZEYSY/hXGBQABUBkGXoRQGWCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABcQ AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACxgAAA+EOAQRhJj+FcYFAAE4BAZehDgEYISY/k9KAQBRSgEA bygAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsYAAAPhHAIEYSY/hXGBQABcAgGXoRw CGCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAG8oAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALGAAAD4RACxGE mP4VxgUAAUALBl6EQAtghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKAABAKfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAACxgAAA+EEA4RhJj+FcYFAAEQDgZehBAOYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsYAAAPhOAQEYSY/hXGBQAB4BAGXoTgEGCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAG8o AAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALGAAAD4SwExGEmP4VxgUAAbATBl6EsBNg hJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKAABAKfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACxgAAA+EgBYRhJj+ FcYFAAGAFgZehIAWYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAsYAAAPhFAZEYSY/hXGBQABUBkGXoRQGWCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAG8oAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALGAAAD4QgHBGEmP4VxgUAASAcBl6EIBxghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKAAB AKfwAQAAABcQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E0AIRhJj+FcYFAAHQAgZehNACYISY /k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAA D4SgBRGEmP4VxgUAAaAFBl6EoAVghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwAB AAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RwCBGEmP4VxgUAAXAIBl6EcAhghJj+T0oE AFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhEAL EYSY/hXGBQABQAsGXoRAC2CEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAA AAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EEA4RhJj+FcYFAAEQDgZehBAOYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoD AG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E4BARhJj+ FcYFAAHgEAZehOAQYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAA AAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4SwExGEmP4VxgUAAbATBl6EsBNghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAA AACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABkYAAAPhIAWEYSY/hXGBQABgBYG XoSAFmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABo AQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhFAZEYSY/hXGBQABUBkGXoRQGWCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhI AAABAKfwAQAAABcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E0AIRhJj+FcYFAAHQAgZehNAC YISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZ GAAAD4SgBRGEmP4VxgUAAaAFBl6EoAVghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEA bwABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RwCBGEmP4VxgUAAXAIBl6EcAhghJj+ T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAP hEALEYSY/hXGBQABQAsGXoRAC2CEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EEA4RhJj+FcYFAAEQDgZehBAOYISY/k9KAwBRSgMA XkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E4BAR hJj+FcYFAAHgEAZehOAQYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF4AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4SwExGEmP4VxgUAAbATBl6EsBNghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACH aAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABkYAAAPhIAWEYSY/hXGBQAB gBYGXoSAFmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhFAZEYSY/hXGBQABUBkGXoRQGWCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAA AIhIAAABAKfwAgAAABcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAExgAAA+E0AIRhJj+FcYFAAHQAgZe hNACYISY/k9KAQBQSgAAUUoBAF5KAABvKAABALfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA GRgAAA+EoAURhJj+FcYFAAGgBQZehKAFYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAAB AG8AAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EcAgRhJj+FcYFAAFwCAZehHAIYISY /k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAA D4RACxGEmP4VxgUAAUALBl6EQAtghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAX gAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABkYAAAPhBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgMAUUoD AF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhOAQ EYSY/hXGBQAB4BAGXoTgEGCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EsBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygA h2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SAFhGEmP4VxgUA AYAWBl6EgBZghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RQGRGEmP4VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAA AACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXEAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIG XoTQAmCEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAA AAAAGRgAAA+EoAURhJj+FcYFAAGgBQZehKAFYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhI AAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EcAgRhJj+FcYFAAFwCAZehHAI YISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAV GAAAD4RACxGEmP4VxgUAAUALBl6EQAtghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEA AAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABkYAAAPhBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgMA UUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAP hOAQEYSY/hXGBQAB4BAGXoTgEGCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeQ AAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EsBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9KAQBRSgEA bygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SAFhGEmP4V xgUAAYAWBl6EgBZghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAA AAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RQGRGEmP4VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACH aAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMYAAAPhPoCEYSY/hXGBQAB +gIGXoT6AmCEmP5vKAADACgAAAApAAEAAAAEgAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhMoF EYSY/hXGBQABygUGXoTKBWCEmP4CAAEALgABAAAAAoIBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGAAA D4SaCBGETP8VxgUAAZoIBl6EmghghEz/AgACAC4AAQAAAACAAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ABgAAA+EagsRhJj+FcYFAAFqCwZehGoLYISY/gIAAwAuAAEAAAAEgAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAYAAAPhDoOEYSY/hXGBQABOg4GXoQ6DmCEmP4CAAQALgABAAAAAoIBAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4QKERGETP8VxgUAAQoRBl6EChFghEz/AgAFAC4AAQAAAACAAQAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABgAAA+E2hMRhJj+FcYFAAHaEwZehNoTYISY/gIABgAuAAEAAAAEgAEA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhKoWEYSY/hXGBQABqhYGXoSqFmCEmP4CAAcALgABAAAA AoIBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4R6GRGETP8VxgUAAXoZBl6EehlghEz/AgAIAC4A AQAAABcQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E0AIRhJj+FcYFAAHQAgZehNACYISY/k9K AQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4Sg BRGEmP4VxgUAAaAFBl6EoAVghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAA F5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RwCBGEmP4VxgUAAXAIBl6EcAhghJj+T0oEAFFK BABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhEALEYSY /hXGBQABQAsGXoRAC2CEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAA AAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EEA4RhJj+FcYFAAEQDgZehBAOYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8o AIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E4BARhJj+FcYF AAHgEAZehOAQYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAA aAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4SwExGEmP4VxgUAAbATBl6EsBNghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACI SAAAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABkYAAAPhIAWEYSY/hXGBQABgBYGXoSA FmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAA AAAAABUYAAAPhFAZEYSY/hXGBQABUBkGXoRQGWCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAAB AKfwAQAAAAAQAQAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAABgAAA+E0AIRhJj+FcYFAAHQAgZehNACYISY /gIAAAAuAAEAAAAEkAEAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhKAFEYSY/hXGBQABoAUGXoSg BWCEmP4CAAEALgABAAAAApIBAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4RwCBGETP8VxgUAAXAI Bl6EcAhghEz/AgACAC4AAQAAAACQAQAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAABgAAA+EQAsRhJj+FcYF AAFACwZehEALYISY/gIAAwAuAAEAAAAEkAEAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhBAOEYSY /hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP4CAAQALgABAAAAApIBAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4Tg EBGETP8VxgUAAeAQBl6E4BBghEz/AgAFAC4AAQAAAACQAQAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAABgA AA+EsBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/gIABgAuAAEAAAAEkAEAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAA AAAYAAAPhIAWEYSY/hXGBQABgBYGXoSAFmCEmP4CAAcALgABAAAAApIBAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEA AAAAAAAAGAAAD4RQGRGETP8VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghEz/AgAIAC4AAgAAABcAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAExgAAA+E0AIRhJj+FcYFAAHQAgZehNACYISY/k9KAQBQSgAAUUoBAF5KAABv KAABALfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EoAURhJj+FcYFAAGgBQZehKAF YISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAFRgAAA+EcAgRhJj+FcYFAAFwCAZehHAIYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEA p/ABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RACxGEmP4VxgUAAUALBl6EQAtghJj+ T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABkYAAAP hBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEA AAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhOAQEYSY/hXGBQAB4BAGXoTgEGCEmP5PSgQA UUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EsBMR hJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF4AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SAFhGEmP4VxgUAAYAWBl6EgBZghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMA bygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RQGRGEmP4V xgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AoAAAD6QvpNAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAfSsXEgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMAKLWYAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADYLk8vAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA iC6SfQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGRDUygAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABnIXVOAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAckJYBQAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAGUSB0QAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADIW68TAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA//////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////CgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA /0AAgAEAAAAAAAAAAAAow9ABAQABAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACEAAAAAAAAABY/wAAcAAA CABAAAAFAAAARxaQAQAAAgIGAwUEBQIDBId6AAAAAACACAAAAAAAAAD/AAAAAAAAAFQAaQBt AGUAcwAgAE4AZQB3ACAAUgBvAG0AYQBuAAAANRaQAQIABQUBAgEHBgIFBwAAAAAAAAAQAAAA AAAAAAAAAACAAAAAAFMAeQBtAGIAbwBsAAAAMyaQAQAAAgsGBAICAgICBId6AAAAAACACAAA AAAAAAD/AAAAAAAAAEEAcgBpAGEAbAAAAD81kAEAAAIHAwkCAgUCBASHegAAAAAAgAgAAAAA AAAA/wAAAAAAAABDAG8AdQByAGkAZQByACAATgBlAHcAAAA7BpABAgAFAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAABAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAVwBpAG4AZwBkAGkAbgBnAHMAAAAjAAQAMQioGADw0AIA AGgBAAAAABN9mYYTfZmGK1J7JgIAAQAAAK4kAAAW0QAAAQBrAAAABAADEL4BAADYJQAAu9cA AAEAbgAAAMwBAAAAAAAAcQMA8BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAgASgBbQAtACBgRIwAAAQABkAZAAAABkAAADFAAEAk/0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAA AP//EgAAAAAAAAAKAEYAbwByACAAUgBpAGMAaABlAHIAAAAAAAAACABCAGwAZQBjAGgAbQBh AG4AFgBEAHIALgAgAFAAZQB0AGUAcgAgAEMAIABNAG8AbgB0AGcAbwBtAGUAcgB5AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/v8AAAUAAgAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAQAAAOCFn/L5T2gQq5EIACsns9kwAAAAmAEAABIAAAABAAAAmAAAAAIA AACgAAAAAwAAALQAAAAEAAAAwAAAAAUAAADUAAAABgAAAOAAAAAHAAAA7AAAAAgAAAAAAQAA CQAAACABAAASAAAALAEAAAoAAABIAQAACwAAAFQBAAAMAAAAYAEAAA0AAABsAQAADgAAAHgB AAAPAAAAgAEAABAAAACIAQAAEwAAAJABAAACAAAA5AQAAB4AAAALAAAARm9yIFJpY2hlcgAA HgAAAAEAAAAAb3IgHgAAAAkAAABCbGVjaG1hbgByAAAeAAAAAQAAAABsZWMeAAAAAQAAAABs ZWMeAAAACwAAAE5vcm1hbC5kb3QAAB4AAAAXAAAARHIuIFBldGVyIEMgTW9udGdvbWVyeQAA HgAAAAIAAAAyAC4gHgAAABMAAABNaWNyb3NvZnQgV29yZCA4LjAAZUAAAAAARsMjAAAAAEAA AAAA2sVRoafDAUAAAAAAaoFhbbrFAUAAAAAAaoFhbbrFAQMAAAABAAAAAwAAAK4kAAADAAAA FtEAAAMAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP7/AAAFAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAIAAAAC1c3VnC4bEJOXCAArLPmuRAAAAAXVzdWcLhsQk5cIACss+a44AQAA9AAAAAwA AAABAAAAaAAAAA8AAABwAAAABQAAAHwAAAAGAAAAhAAAABEAAACMAAAAFwAAAJQAAAALAAAA nAAAABAAAACkAAAAEwAAAKwAAAAWAAAAtAAAAA0AAAC8AAAADAAAANMAAAACAAAA5AQAAB4A AAABAAAAAABpAAMAAAC+AQAAAwAAAGsAAAADAAAAxQABAAMAAACzDQgACwAAAAAAAAALAAAA AAAAAAsAAAAAAAAACwAAAAAAAAAeEAAAAQAAAAsAAABGb3IgUmljaGVyAAwQAAACAAAAHgAA AAYAAABUaXRsZQADAAAAAQAAAAAAAJgAAAADAAAAAAAAACAAAAABAAAANgAAAAIAAAA+AAAA AQAAAAIAAAAKAAAAX1BJRF9HVUlEAAIAAADkBAAAQQAAAE4AAAB7ADgAMQAyADEAOAAwADAA NwAtADkAMAA2AEIALQA0ADMAQwBFAC0AQQBFADMANQAtAEUARABGADcANAA2ADIARQAxAEEA NwBEAH0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABAAAAAgAAAAMAAAAEAAAABQAAAAYAAAAHAAAA CAAAAAkAAAAKAAAACwAAAAwAAAANAAAADgAAAA8AAAAQAAAAEQAAABIAAAATAAAAFAAAABUA AAAWAAAAFwAAABgAAAAZAAAAGgAAABsAAAAcAAAAHQAAAB4AAAAfAAAAIAAAACEAAAAiAAAA IwAAACQAAAAlAAAAJgAAACcAAAAoAAAAKQAAACoAAAArAAAALAAAAC0AAAAuAAAALwAAADAA AAAxAAAAMgAAADMAAAA0AAAANQAAADYAAAA3AAAAOAAAADkAAAA6AAAAOwAAADwAAAA9AAAA PgAAAD8AAABAAAAAQQAAAEIAAABDAAAARAAAAEUAAABGAAAARwAAAEgAAABJAAAASgAAAEsA AABMAAAATQAAAE4AAABPAAAAUAAAAFEAAABSAAAAUwAAAFQAAABVAAAAVgAAAFcAAABYAAAA WQAAAFoAAABbAAAAXAAAAF0AAABeAAAAXwAAAGAAAABhAAAAYgAAAGMAAABkAAAAZQAAAGYA AABnAAAAaAAAAGkAAABqAAAAawAAAGwAAABtAAAAbgAAAG8AAABwAAAAcQAAAHIAAABzAAAA dAAAAHUAAAB2AAAAdwAAAHgAAAB5AAAAegAAAHsAAAB8AAAAfQAAAH4AAAB/AAAAgAAAAIEA AACCAAAAgwAAAIQAAACFAAAAhgAAAIcAAACIAAAAiQAAAIoAAACLAAAAjAAAAI0AAACOAAAA jwAAAJAAAACRAAAAkgAAAP7///+UAAAAlQAAAJYAAACXAAAAmAAAAJkAAACaAAAAmwAAAJwA AACdAAAAngAAAJ8AAACgAAAAoQAAAKIAAACjAAAApAAAAKUAAACmAAAApwAAAKgAAACpAAAA qgAAAKsAAACsAAAArQAAAK4AAACvAAAAsAAAAP7///+yAAAAswAAALQAAAC1AAAAtgAAALcA AAC4AAAAuQAAALoAAAC7AAAAvAAAAL0AAAC+AAAAvwAAAMAAAADBAAAAwgAAAMMAAADEAAAA xQAAAMYAAADHAAAA/v///8kAAADKAAAAywAAAMwAAADNAAAAzgAAAM8AAAD+////0QAAANIA AADTAAAA1AAAANUAAADWAAAA1wAAAP7////9/////f///9sAAAD+/////v////7///////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////UgBvAG8AdAAgAEUAbgB0AHIAeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABYABQH//////////wMAAAAGCQIA AAAAAMAAAAAAAABGAAAAACAU12xtusUBEJIYb226xQHdAAAAgAAAAAAAAABEAGEAdABhAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA CgACAf///////////////wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJMA AADZOwAAAAAAADEAVABhAGIAbABlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOAAIBAQAAAAYAAAD/////AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsQAAAOUtAAAAAAAAVwBvAHIAZABEAG8AYwB1AG0AZQBuAHQA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAAgECAAAABQAAAP// //8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASyQBAAAAAAAFAFMA dQBtAG0AYQByAHkASQBuAGYAbwByAG0AYQB0AGkAbwBuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAKAACAf///////////////wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAMgAAAAAEAAAAAAAAAUARABvAGMAdQBtAGUAbgB0AFMAdQBtAG0AYQByAHkASQBuAGYA bwByAG0AYQB0AGkAbwBuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAIBBAAAAP//////////AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA0AAAAAAQAAAAAAAAAQBDAG8AbQBwAE8AYgBqAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABIAAgD///// //////////8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAagAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP///////////////wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAD+//////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////AQD+/wMK AAD/////BgkCAAAAAADAAAAAAAAARhgAAABNaWNyb3NvZnQgV29yZCBEb2N1bWVudAAKAAAA TVNXb3JkRG9jABAAAABXb3JkLkRvY3VtZW50LjgA9DmycQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA= --------------000105030809090800060101 Content-Type: text/plain; x-avg=cert; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Disposition: inline Content-Description: "AVG certification" No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - Release Date: 9/15/2005 --------------000105030809090800060101-- ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 23:20:47 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: OT - exclamation mark MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Jacek Niecko wrote: > > Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, Ph.D., always carry an > exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they are "priority" and/or > "urgent"? I believe that email headers allow an indicator of the importance of the message so it can be delivered faster. For example, a maillist might normally gather incoming messages to send the messages out once an hour. If it gets a high priority message the maillist server might send that message out immediately. Some mail programs treat this priority flag as one to the reader instead of a flag to the servers and display an indicator of such. Jim's message had flags in the header of: Importance: high Priority: Urgent I've never seen any flagging for priority on any message from this group except for text inserted by the sender's mailer into the body of the message. Regards, Rick Parker ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 23:24:07 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Behind the gas house MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Ken Armstrong wrote: > > Oh good, I'm glad to see it written so. While Peter-Jim-Rickard may > set [sic] back on their elbow and say (and I hope that they do, for > the sake of discussion) that that is not what I meant, not what I > meant at all & etc., Exactly, but not the way I think you think. In personal correspondence I reponded to an inquiry by Peter of Henry, the brother, being the King, the brother. I was a bit dubious myself but said it was certainly plausible. I've been thinking about it and it keeps getting more of a hold on me. Ken Armstrong wrote: > > Anyhow, if it can be said that a poem is coming from something and > going toward something else (and of course I think so, while I can > imagine someone else may wish to deny it), much of Eliot commentary > centers on the former and if it recognizes the latter subordinates the > latter to the former. It should be the other way around, and it is in > the gap of this disagreement, I think, that we get hung up on a poem's > integrity on one hand and its roots on another. For my money, roots > are good, but what is the whole thing growing toward? The poem is so fragmented that it made no sense at all to me until I found its roots. That is integrating the parts into a whole for me. Peter Montgomery wrote: > > Question [not important]: Are fathers and oldest brothers regents, ie > persons of legal responsibility over the behaviour of syblings not > having reached their majority? No, I don't think so in the general case but Eliot was exceptional. Remember the financial help TSE was getting from HWE, Sr.? The father, the king, had a lot of power over the son there. When HWE died, inheritances were given to the widow and the children. Henry Jr. was the trustee for a sister who was deemed mentally incompetent. He was also the trustee for TSE's share as the father figured that TSE had ruined his life. So there you had the elder brother with the power as regent/king (and a damn powerful putdown by Dad.) Lawrence Rainey has shown that Part III of TWL was written in the summer of 1921 when Henry (along with his mother and a sister) was in London visting TSE. Since the ladies stayed at Tom and Viv's, they, in turn, stayed at a flat that Lucy Thayer rented (she was on a vacation.) Henry shared the flat too for a good portion of his visit. It was a humble (low) garret. Marcia Karp wrote: > > Why is this canal any more or less dull than any other canal? Or is it just as dull as the average canal? ;-) Marcia Karp wrote: > > What on earth is a "sybling"? Oracle Lite or Deiphobe's Mini Me. ;-) ;-) Regards, Rick Parker ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 21:04:16 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Behind the gas house In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Hey Marcia, Somebody asked about those lines. Rick didn't know. I tried. He likes it. I really don't think it makes a difference to the effect of the lines. I suppose it provides ammunition for those who want to read the poem autobiographcally -- another useless pursuit, as far as I'm concerned. Cheers, Peter Marcia Karp wrote: > Peter Montgomery wrote: > >> Much as I am no fan of trying to find the pattern behind the pattern >> in poetic interpretation, given that the poet is out to get an >> effect, not write an essay, >> I am also a lover of puzzles, and so I have an idea as to the pattern >> behind >> some lines in TWL. Rickard agrees. In fact he helped a lot with this, >> so I >> have no problem saying this is co-authored. :) Also Jim Loucks helped >> a lot, >> given that I had misread Val's note on HWE's deafness, as applying to >> Sr. and not Jr. >> Carlessness on my part. Rickard has given me the honour of stating >> the case. >> >> Some time ago someone asked about how one might read the lines about >> the speaker talking about being round behind the gashouse meditating on >> the King his father's death, and the King his brother's wreck. >> >> It is useful to know that there is a canal (the dull canal) in >> London, the Regent's >> Canal. (you know Regent vis-a-vis King and all that). It basically >> circumvents London >> on the northern side, starting in the western limits of London going >> up to roughly >> its northern limits, and coming out again at its eastern limits. >> >> The eastern access does have a gashouse on it, although a more notable >> feature would be the Limehouse. >> >> The rest seems somewhat simple, if one wants to accept the theory. >> The King is Henry Ware Eliot Sr. deceased. >> The brother is Henry Ware Eliot Jr. somewhat deafened. >> Question [not important]: Are fathers and oldest brothers regents, ie >> persons >> of legal responsibility over the behaviour of syblings not having >> reached their majority? >> >> Cheers, >> Peter >> >> > Dear Peter, > I find this a very strange way to think about a poem. You haven't > found any "pattern behind a pattern" in the poem. (Why "in poetic > interpretation," which is the domain of readers, not the poet?) > You've decided how Eliot's imagination worked , not in what he gives > to the reader, but in what you think motivated him. This is rather > like saying Robert Frost once saw a wall. > > Why is this canal any more or less dull than any other canal? > If your question is not important, why do you think the two Henrys are > two Kings? > What on earth is a "sybling"? > > What do any of the supposed models you posit have to do with the lines? > > > Failing in my meditations on this, > Marcia > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - Release Date: 9/15/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 21:13:42 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Behind the gas house In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Thanks Rick. Glad to know the "roots" work for you, even if they never have for me. I suppose the name of the canal seemed very ironic to Eliot. Cheers, Peter Rickard A. Parker wrote: >Ken Armstrong wrote: > > >>Oh good, I'm glad to see it written so. While Peter-Jim-Rickard may >>set [sic] back on their elbow and say (and I hope that they do, for >>the sake of discussion) that that is not what I meant, not what I >>meant at all & etc., >> >> > >Exactly, but not the way I think you think. In personal >correspondence I reponded to an inquiry by Peter of Henry, the >brother, being the King, the brother. I was a bit dubious myself but >said it was certainly plausible. I've been thinking about it and it >keeps getting more of a hold on me. > > >Ken Armstrong wrote: > > >>Anyhow, if it can be said that a poem is coming from something and >>going toward something else (and of course I think so, while I can >>imagine someone else may wish to deny it), much of Eliot commentary >>centers on the former and if it recognizes the latter subordinates the >>latter to the former. It should be the other way around, and it is in >>the gap of this disagreement, I think, that we get hung up on a poem's >>integrity on one hand and its roots on another. For my money, roots >>are good, but what is the whole thing growing toward? >> >> > >The poem is so fragmented that it made no sense at all to me until I >found its roots. That is integrating the parts into a whole for me. > > >Peter Montgomery wrote: > > >>Question [not important]: Are fathers and oldest brothers regents, ie >>persons of legal responsibility over the behaviour of syblings not >>having reached their majority? >> >> > >No, I don't think so in the general case but Eliot was exceptional. >Remember the financial help TSE was getting from HWE, Sr.? The >father, the king, had a lot of power over the son there. When HWE >died, inheritances were given to the widow and the children. Henry >Jr. was the trustee for a sister who was deemed mentally incompetent. >He was also the trustee for TSE's share as the father figured that TSE >had ruined his life. So there you had the elder brother with the >power as regent/king (and a damn powerful putdown by Dad.) > >Lawrence Rainey has shown that Part III of TWL was written in the >summer of 1921 when Henry (along with his mother and a sister) was in >London visting TSE. Since the ladies stayed at Tom and Viv's, they, >in turn, stayed at a flat that Lucy Thayer rented (she was on a >vacation.) Henry shared the flat too for a good portion of his visit. >It was a humble (low) garret. > > >Marcia Karp wrote: > > >>Why is this canal any more or less dull than any other canal? >> >> > >Or is it just as dull as the average canal? ;-) > > >Marcia Karp wrote: > > >>What on earth is a "sybling"? >> >> > >Oracle Lite or Deiphobe's Mini Me. ;-) ;-) > >Regards, > Rick Parker > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - Release Date: 9/15/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 21:15:22 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=------------040208030502050409070601 --------------040208030502050409070601 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit --------------040208030502050409070601 Content-Type: message/rfc822; name="Poetry at the End of Print Culture" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline; filename="Poetry at the End of Print Culture" X-Account-Key: account3 X-EMS: wait 9s Return-Path: <[log in to unmask]> Received: from mx6.uniserve.ca (mx6.uniserve.ca [216.113.192.90]) by buffy.pacificcoast.net (8.12.10/8.12.10) with ESMTP id j8FKeuoI002368 for <[log in to unmask]>; Thu, 15 Sep 2005 13:40:59 -0700 Received: from tomts40.bellnexxia.net ([209.226.175.97] helo=tomts40-srv.bellnexxia.net) by mx6.uniserve.ca with esmtp (Exim 4.22) id 1EG0UG-000EH6-9j for [log in to unmask]; Thu, 15 Sep 2005 13:37:40 -0700 Received: from sympatico.ca ([209.226.251.168]) by tomts40-srv.bellnexxia.net (InterMail vM.5.01.06.10 201-253-122-130-110-20040306) with ESMTP id <[log in to unmask]>; Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:36:50 -0400 Message-ID: <[log in to unmask]> Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:42:08 -0400 From: Eric <[log in to unmask]> X-Mailer: Mozilla 4.79 [en] (Win98; U) X-Accept-Language: en Subject: Poetry at the End of Print Culture X-Scanner: OK. Scanned. X-Spam-Status: No, hits=0.9 required=50.0 tests=MISSING_HEADERS version=2.20 X-Spam-Level: X-Antivirus: AVG for E-mail 7.0.344 [267.11.0] Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=------------825B564FC566BFD43CD1BB8D --------------825B564FC566BFD43CD1BB8D Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary=------------77CA1409BF4E4ED76D422B13 --------------77CA1409BF4E4ED76D422B13 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it useful. Gioia has helped a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The writer does miss the retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop and slam, but gets much else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" of the language. The logos lives. Enjoy. Eric --------------77CA1409BF4E4ED76D422B13 Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it useful. Gioia has helped a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The writer does miss the retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop and slam, but gets much else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" of the language. The logos lives.
Enjoy.
Eric
  --------------77CA1409BF4E4ED76D422B13-- --------------825B564FC566BFD43CD1BB8D Content-Type: application/msword; name="Poetry at the End of Print Culture.doc" Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64 Content-Disposition: inline; filename="Poetry at the End of Print Culture.doc" 0M8R4KGxGuEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPgADAP7/CQAGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADAAAABAEAAAAA AAAAEAAABgEAAAEAAAD+////AAAAAAEBAAACAQAAAwEAAP////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ///////////////////////////////////spcEAf2AJBAAA+BK/AAAAAAAAEAAAAAAABgAA WwcBAA4AYmpiauaH5ocAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJBBYAXSwBAITtAACE7QAAk/0AAAAA AADEAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAD//w8AAAAAAAAAAAD//w8AAAAAAAAAAAD//w8A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKQAAAAAANYIAAAAAAAA1ggAANYIAAAAAAAA1ggAAAAAAABKCQAA AAAAAEoJAAAAAAAASgkAABQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAF4JAAAAAAAAwisAAAAAAADCKwAAAAAAAMIr AAA4AAAA+isAACwAAAAmLAAAZAAAAF4JAAAAAAAA7nEAADIBAACWLAAAAAAAAJYsAABwAAAA Bi0AAAAAAAAGLQAAAAAAAAYtAAAAAAAA5S0AAAAAAADlLQAAAAAAAOUtAAAAAAAAkXEAAAIA AACTcQAAAAAAAJNxAAAAAAAAk3EAAAAAAACTcQAAAAAAAJNxAAAAAAAAk3EAAAAAAAAgcwAA aAIAAIh1AAByAAAAk3EAABUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASgkAAAAAAAAwTQAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADhLQAABAAAAOUtAAAAAAAAME0AAAAAAAAwTQAAAAAAAJNxAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAADWCAAAAAAAANYIAAAAAAAABi0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYtAADbAAAAqHEAABYA AADgUgAAAAAAAOBSAAAAAAAA4FIAAAAAAAAwTQAA2gIAANYIAABSAAAABi0AAAAAAABKCQAA AAAAAAYtAAAAAAAAkXEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOBSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAME0AAAAAAACRcQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 4FIAAAAAAADgUgAAGgEAALFtAADMAAAAKAkAACIAAABKCQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGXAAAAAAAAAGLQAA AAAAAIosAAAMAAAA0EGOutaxxQEAAAAAAAAAAMIrAAAAAAAAClAAABoCAAB9bgAAGgAAAAAA AAAAAAAAkXEAAAAAAAC+cQAAMAAAAO5xAAAAAAAAl24AAIIBAAD6dQAAAAAAACRSAABeAAAA +nUAADQAAAAZcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPp1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABKCQAA AAAAABlwAAB4AQAA5S0AALAKAACVOAAAogcAAOBSAAAAAAAAN0AAABwGAABTRgAA3QYAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5S0AAAAAAADlLQAAAAAAAOUtAAAAAAAA k3EAAAAAAACTcQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAglIAAF4A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOUtAAAAAAAA5S0AAAAAAADlLQAA AAAAAO5xAAAAAAAAME0AAAAAAAAwTQAAAAAAADBNAAAAAAAAME0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAF4J AAAAAAAAXgkAAAAAAABeCQAAZCIAAMIrAAAAAAAAXgkAAAAAAABeCQAAAAAAAF4JAAAAAAAA wisAAAAAAABeCQAAAAAAAF4JAAAAAAAAXgkAAAAAAADWCAAAAAAAANYIAAAAAAAA1ggAAAAA AADWCAAAAAAAANYIAAAAAAAA1ggAAAAAAAD/////AAAAAAIADAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFxTaW5jZSBhbGwgbWVkaWEgYXJlIGZyYWdtZW50cyBv ZiBvdXJzZWx2ZXMgZXh0ZW5kZWQgaW50byB0aGUgcHVibGljIGRvbWFpbiwgdGhlIGFjdGlv biB1cG9uIHVzIG9mIGFueSBvbmUgbWVkaXVtIHRlbmRzIHRvIGJyaW5nIHRoZSBvdGhlciBz ZW5zZXMgaW50byBhIG5ldyByZWxhdGlvbi4Nl01hcnNoYWxsIE1jTHVoYW4sIFVuZGVyc3Rh bmRpbmcgTWVkaWENDUkuIFRoZSBFbmQgb2YgUHJpbnQgQ3VsdHVyZQ0NV2UgYXJlIGN1cnJl bnRseSBsaXZpbmcgaW4gdGhlIG1pZHN0IG9mIGEgbWFzc2l2ZSBjdWx0dXJhbCByZXZvbHV0 aW9uLiBGb3IgdGhlIGZpcnN0IHRpbWUgc2luY2UgdGhlIGRldmVsb3BtZW50IG9mIG1vdmVh YmxlIHR5cGUgaW4gdGhlIGxhdGUgZmlmdGVlbnRoIGNlbnR1cnksIHByaW50IGhhcyBsb3N0 IGl0cyBwcmltYWN5IGluIGNvbW11bmljYXRpb24uIFRoZSBwcm9saWZlcmF0aW9uIG9mIGVs ZWN0cm9uaWMgdGVjaG5vbG9neSBoYXMgZ29uZSBmYXIgYmV5b25kIHByb3ZpZGluZyBuZXcg bWVhbnMgZm9yIHRoZSBjb21tdW5pY2F0aW9uLCBzdG9yYWdlLCBhbmQgcmV0cmlldmFsIG9m IGluZm9ybWF0aW9uOiB0aGUgbmV3IG1lZGlhIGhhdmUgZ3JhZHVhbGx5IGNoYW5nZWQgbm90 IG9ubHkgdGhlIHdheSB3ZSBwZXJjZWl2ZSBsYW5ndWFnZSBhbmQgaWRlYXMgYnV0IGFsc28g dGhlIHdvcmxkIGFuZCBvdXJzZWx2ZXMuIFRoZSBzaGlmdCBpbiB0aGUgbW9kZXMgb2YgY29t bXVuaWNhdGlvbiBoYXMgaGFkIGFuIGV4dHJhb3JkaW5hcnkgaW1wYWN0IG9uIGV2ZXJ5IGFz cGVjdCBvZiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgbGlmZSwgYnV0IGxpdGVyYXR1cmUsIGFuIGltYWdpbmF0 aXZlIGVudGVycHJpc2UgY3JlYXRlZCBlbnRpcmVseSBmcm9tIHdvcmRzLCBoYXMgYmVlbiBw cm9mb3VuZGx5IGFmZmVjdGVkIGluIHdheXMgdGhhdCB3ZSBhcmUgc3RpbGwgaW4gdGhlIHBy b2Nlc3Mgb2YgY29tcHJlaGVuZGluZy4NDUhvdyBkb2VzIG9uZSBkZXNjcmliZSB0aGlzIGN1 bHR1cmFsIGNoYW5nZT8gQSBmZXcgZ3Jvc3Mgc3RhdGlzdGljcyBtYXkgaGVscCB0byBjaGFy YWN0ZXJpemUgdGhlIGdlbmVyYWwgZW52aXJvbm1lbnQuIEFjY29yZGluZyB0byBvbmUgcmVj ZW50IHN0dWR5LCB0aGUgYXZlcmFnZSBBbWVyaWNhbiBub3cgc3BlbmRzIGFib3V0IHR3ZW50 eS1mb3VyIG1pbnV0ZXMgYSBkYXkgcmVhZGluZywgbm90IGp1c3QgYm9va3MsIGJ1dCBhbnl0 aGluZ5duZXdzcGFwZXJzLCBtYWdhemluZXMsIGRpZXQgdGlwcywgYW5kIFRWIEd1aWRlLiBU aGlzIHNtYWxsIGludmVzdG1lbnQgb2YgdGltZSBjb21wYXJlcyB3aXRoIG92ZXIgZm91ciBo b3VycyBkYWlseSBvZiB0ZWxldmlzaW9uIGFuZCBvdmVyIHRocmVlIGhvdXJzIG9mIHJhZGlv LiBMZXNzIHRoYW4gaGFsZiBvZiBVLlMuIGhvdXNlaG9sZHMgbm93IHJlYWQgZGFpbHkgbmV3 c3BhcGVycywgYW5kIG1hbnkgb2YgdGhlIG5ld3NwYXBlcnMgdGhleSBkbyBmb2xsb3csIHN1 Y2ggYXMgVVNBIFRvZGF5LCBpbmNyZWFzaW5nbHkgbW9kZWwgdGhlaXIgc2hvcnQgYXR0ZW50 aW9uIHNwYW4gZm9ybWF0cyBhZnRlciB0ZWxldmlzaW9uLiBZb3VuZ2VyIGFkdWx0cyAoYWdl cyAxOCB0byAzMCkgcmVhZCBzaWduaWZpY2FudGx5IGxlc3MgdGhhbiBvbGRlciBncm91cHMu IENoaWxkcmVuIG5vdyBncm93IHVwIGluIGEgd29ybGQgd2hlcmUgcmVhZGluZyBoYXMgYmVl biBvdmVyd2hlbG1lZCBieSBvdGhlciBvcHRpb25zIGZvciBpbmZvcm1hdGlvbiBhbmQgZW50 ZXJ0YWlubWVudC4gQWNjb3JkaW5nIHRvIGEgMTk5OSBzdXJ2ZXksIGF0IHRoYXQgdGltZSB0 aGUgYXZlcmFnZSBBbWVyaWNhbiBjaGlsZCBsaXZlZCBpbiBhIGhvdXNlaG9sZCB3aGljaCBv d25lZCB0d28gdGVsZXZpc2lvbiBzZXRzLCB0aHJlZSB0YXBlIHJlY29yZGVycywgdGhyZWUg cmFkaW9zLCB0d28gdmlkZW9jYXNzZXR0ZSByZWNvcmRlcnMsIHR3byBjb21wYWN0IGRpc2sg cGxheWVycywgb25lIHZpZGVvIGdhbWUgcGxheWVyLCBhbmQgYSBjb21wdXRlci4gVGhlIHN1 cnZleSBuZWdsZWN0ZWQgdG8gbWVudGlvbiBpZiB0aGUgaG9tZSBoYWQgYW55IGJvb2tzLCBi dXQgaXQgZGlkIG5vdGUgdGhhdCB0aGUgY2hpbGQgc3BlbnQgNSBob3VycyBhbmQgNDggbWlu dXRlcyBlYWNoIGRheSB3aXRoIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgbWVkaWEgdmVyc3VzIDQ0IG1pbnV0ZXMg d2l0aCBwcmludC4gSXQgc2hvdWxkIGJlIG5vdGVkIHRoYXQgdGhlIHRpbWUgdGhlIGNoaWxk IHNwZW50IHdpdGggcHJpbnQgaW5jbHVkZXMgdGhhdCBjb21wdWxzb3J5IGFjdGl2aXR5IGNh bGxlZCBob21ld29yay4NDU1hbnkgZXhwZXJ0cyBhbHNvIGZlZWwgdGhhdCBpbGxpdGVyYWN5 IGlzIG9uIHRoZSByaXNlIGluIEFtZXJpY2EuIEFjY29yZGluZyB0byBhIDE5ODYgVW5pdGVk IFN0YXRlcyBCdXJlYXUgb2YgQ2Vuc3VzIHN0dWR5LCAxMyBwZXJjZW50IG9mIEFtZXJpY2Fu cyBvdmVyIHRoZSBhZ2Ugb2YgMjAgYXJlIGlsbGl0ZXJhdGUuIFRoYXQgc3RhdGlzdGljIG1l YW5zIHRoYXQgaW4gdGhlIFVuaXRlZCBTdGF0ZXMsIHdoaWNoIHRoYXQgc2FtZSB5ZWFyIG9m ZmljaWFsbHkgbWVhc3VyZWQgaXRzIGxpdGVyYWN5IHJhdGUgYXQgOTkgcGVyY2VudCwgc29t ZXdoZXJlIGFyb3VuZCAxOSBtaWxsaW9uIGFkdWx0cyBjYW5ub3QgcmVhZCB3aXRoIG1pbmlt YWwgY29tcGV0ZW5jeS4gU2lnbmlmaWNhbnRseSwgc3Vic2VxdWVudCBtZWFzdXJlcyBvZiBp bGxpdGVyYWN5IGhhdmUgYmVjb21lIGNvbnRyb3ZlcnNpYWwgYmVjYXVzZSBleHBlcnRzIG5v IGxvbmdlciBhZ3JlZSBvbiB3aGF0IGNvbnN0aXR1dGVzIGxpdGVyYWN5LCB3aGljaCBoYXMg YmVjb21lIGEgZGl2aXNpdmUgaWRlb2xvZ2ljYWwgaXNzdWUgaW4gZWR1Y2F0aW9uLiBJdCB3 YXMgc2ltcGxlciBpbiB0aGUgYmFkLCBvbGQgZGF5cyB3aGVuIHRoZSBDZW5zdXMgQnVyZWF1 IGF1dG9tYXRpY2FsbHkgYmVzdG93ZWQgbGl0ZXJhY3kgb24gYW55b25lIHdobyBoYWQgY29t cGxldGVkIGZvdXJ0aCBncmFkZS4gSSBwYXJ0aWN1bGFybHkgZW5qb3kgdGhhdCBtZWFzdXJl IGJlY2F1c2UsIGJ5IHNoZWVyIGNvaW5jaWRlbmNlLCBib3RoIG9mIG15IGdyYW5kZmF0aGVy cyBzdG9wcGVkIHNjaG9vbCBhZnRlciBmb3VydGggZ3JhZGUuIE15IHBhdGVybmFsIGdyYW5k ZmF0aGVyIHdhcyBlZHVjYXRlZCBpbiBTaWNpbHksIHNvIGhpcyBleGFtcGxlIGlzIG5vdCBl c3BlY2lhbGx5IHJlbGV2YW50LCBidXQgbXkgbWF0ZXJuYWwgZ3JhbmRmYXRoZXIsIGhhbGYt TWV4aWNhbiBhbmQgaGFsZi1OYXRpdmUgQW1lcmljYW4sIGxlYXJuZWQgZW5vdWdoIGluIGhp cyBmb3VyIHllYXJzIG9mIE5ldyBNZXhpY2FuIEluZGlhbiByZXNlcnZhdGlvbiBzY2hvb2xp bmcgdG8gYmVjb21lIGFuIGF2aWQgbGlmZWxvbmcgcmVhZGVyLiBUb2RheSwgaG93ZXZlciwg d2hlbiBzY2hvb2wtYWdlIGNoaWxkcmVuIHNwZW5kIGNvbnNpZGVyYWJseSBtb3JlIHRpbWUg d2F0Y2hpbmcgdGVsZXZpc2lvbiB0aGFuIGluIHRoZSBjbGFzc3Jvb20sIGVkdWNhdGlvbmFs IGxldmVsIGlzIG5vIGxvbmdlciBhbiBhY2N1cmF0ZSBwcmVkaWN0b3Igb2YgbGl0ZXJhY3ku DQ1Gb3IgeWVhcnMgbWFueSBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxzIGFuZCBhY2FkZW1pY3MgaGF2ZSBvYnNl cnZlZCB0aGVzZSB0cmVuZHMgd2l0aCBhIG1peHR1cmUgb2YgZGlzYXBwb2ludG1lbnQgYW5k IGRldGFjaG1lbnQuIFdoaWxlIGxhbWVudGluZyB0aGUgc29ycnkgc3RhdGUgb2YgbGl0ZXJh Y3kgYW1vbmcgdGhlIHB1YmxpYywgdGhleSByZW1haW5lZCBjb25maWRlbnQgaW4gdGhlIHBv d2VyIG9mIHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUgYW1vbmcgZWR1Y2F0ZWQgQW1lcmljYW5zLiBUaGF0IGNv bmZpZGVuY2Ugbm93IHNlZW1zIG1pc3BsYWNlZC4gQm9va3MsIG1hZ2F6aW5lcywgYW5kIG5l d3NwYXBlcnMgYXJlIG5vdCBkaXNhcHBlYXJpbmcsIGJ1dCB0aGVpciBwb3NpdGlvbiBpbiB0 aGUgY3VsdHVyZSBoYXMgY2hhbmdlZCBzaWduaWZpY2FudGx5IG92ZXIgdGhlIHBhc3QgZmV3 IGRlY2FkZXMsIGV2ZW4gYW1vbmcgdGhlIGVkdWNhdGVkLiBXZSBhcmUgbm93IHNlZWluZyB0 aGUgZmlyc3QgZ2VuZXJhdGlvbiBvZiB5b3VuZyBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxzIHdobyBhcmUgbm90 IHdpbGxpbmcgdG8gaW1tZXJzZSB0aGVtc2VsdmVzIGluIHRoZSB3b3JsZCBvZiBib29rcy4g VGhleSBhcmUgbm90IGFnYWluc3QgcmVhZGluZywgYnV0IHRoZXkgc2VlIGl0IGFzIG9ubHkg b25lIG9mIHRoZSBtYW55IG9wdGlvbnMgZm9yIGluZm9ybWF0aW9uLiBBcyB0aGUgcG9ldC1j cml0aWMgSmFjayBGb2xleSBoYXMgc2FpZCwgk0F0IHRoZSBjdXJyZW50IG1vbWVudCB3cml0 aW5nIGlzIGJlZ2lubmluZyB0byBzZWVtIJFvbGQtZmFzaGlvbmVkLpKUDQ1Gb3IgaW50ZWxs ZWN0dWFscywgdGhlIGltcGxpY2F0aW9ucyBvZiB0aGUgc2hpZnQgZnJvbSBwcmludCBjdWx0 dXJlIHRvIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgbWVkaWEgYXJlIHZhc3QsIGNvbXBsZXgsIGFuZCBvZnRlbiB0 cm91YmxpbmcuIFRoZSBzaXR1YXRpb24gdG91Y2hlcyBvbiBldmVyeSBhc3BlY3Qgb2YgY3Vs dHVyYWwgbGlmZSwgYW5kIG1hbnkgaW50ZWxsZWN0dWFsIGRlYmF0ZXMgaGF2ZSBhbHJlYWR5 IGJlZW4gd2FnZWQgb3ZlciB0aGUgaXNzdWVzIGF0IHN0YWtlLiBUaGVyZSBpcyBwcm9iYWJs eSBubyBtb3JlIGltcG9ydGFudCBhcmd1bWVudCBpbiBvdXIgY3VsdHVyZSBiZWNhdXNlIHRo aXMgaXNzdWUgZm9jdXNlcyBvbiB0aGUgbWVhbnMgYnkgd2hpY2ggb3VyIHNvY2lldHkgdXNl cyBsYW5ndWFnZSwgaW1hZ2VzLCBhbmQgaWRlYXMgdG8gcmVwcmVzZW50IHJlYWxpdHkuIFRo ZSBkZWNsaW5lIG9mIHByaW50IGFzIG91ciBjdWx0dXJlknMgcHJpbWFyeSBtZWFucyBvZiBj b2RpZnlpbmcsIHByZXNlbnRpbmcsIGFuZCBwcmVzZXJ2aW5nIGluZm9ybWF0aW9uIGlzbpJ0 IG1lcmVseSBhIG1ldGhvZG9sb2dpY2FsIGNoYW5nZTsgaXQgaXMgYW4gZXBpc3RlbW9sb2dp Y2FsIHRyYW5zZm9ybWF0aW9uLiBBcyBOZWlsIFBvc3RtYW4gaGFzIG9ic2VydmVkLCB0aGUg c2hpZnQgZnJvbSBwcmludCB0byB0ZWxldmlzaW9uIJNoYXMgZHJhbWF0aWNhbGx5IGFuZCBp cnJldmVyc2libHkgc2hpZnRlZCB0aGUgY29udGVudCBhbmQgbWVhbmluZyBvZiBwdWJsaWMg ZGlzY291cnNlLCBzaW5jZSB0d28gbWVkaWEgc28gdmFzdGx5IGRpZmZlcmVudCBjYW5ub3Qg YWNjb21tb2RhdGUgdGhlIHNhbWUgaWRlYXMulCBUaGUgdGVjaG5vbG9neSB1c2VkIHRvIHBy ZXNlbnQgaW5mb3JtYXRpb24gaXMgbmV2ZXIgbmV1dHJhbC4gVGhlIHdheXMgaW4gd2hpY2gg YSBtZWRpdW0gd29ya3MgZGljdGF0ZSB0aGUga2luZHMgb2YgY29udGVudCBpdCBjb21tdW5p Y2F0ZXMsIG9yIHRvIHJldmlzZSBNYXJzaGFsbCBNY0x1aGFuknMgZmFtb3VzIGZvcm11bGEs IHRoZSBtZWRpdW0gcHJlZGV0ZXJtaW5lcyB0aGUgbWVzc2FnZS4NSUkuIFZlcnNlIElzIE5v IExvbmdlciBhIER5aW5nIFRlY2huaXF1ZQ0NVGhlIGVuZCBvZiBwcmludCBjdWx0dXJlIHJh aXNlcyBtYW55IHRyb3VibGluZyBxdWVzdGlvbnMgYWJvdXQgdGhlIHBvc2l0aW9uIG9mIHBv ZXRyeSBhbWlkIHRoZXNlIGltbWVuc2UgY3VsdHVyYWwgYW5kIHRlY2hub2xvZ2ljYWwgY2hh bmdlcy4gV2hhdCB3aWxsIGJlIHRoZSBwb2V0knMgcGxhY2UgaW4gYSBzb2NpZXR5IHRoYXQg aGFzIGluY3JlYXNpbmdseSBsaXR0bGUgdXNlIGZvciBib29rcywgbGl0dGxlIHRpbWUgZm9y IHNlcmlvdXMgY3VsdHVyZSwgbGl0dGxlIGtub3dsZWRnZSBvZiB0aGUgcGFzdCwgbGl0dGxl IGNvbnNlbnN1cyBvbiBsaXRlcmFyeSB2YWx1ZSwgYW5kl2V2ZW4gYW1vbmcgaW50ZWxsZWN0 dWFsc5dsaXR0bGUgZmFpdGggaW4gcG9ldHJ5IGl0c2VsZj8gVGhlc2UgcXVlc3Rpb25zIGFy ZSBhbGwgdGhlIG1vcmUgcHJlc3NpbmcgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gYWNhZGVtaWMgbGlmZSB3aGVy ZSB0aGUgYXJ0IG9mIHBvZXRyeSBpcyBvZnRlbiBwdXQgb24gdGhlIG1hcmdpbnMgb2Ygc2No b2xhcmx5IGlucXVpcnkgaW4gZmF2b3Igb2YgbGl0ZXJhcnkgdGhlb3J5IGFuZCBjdWx0dXJh bCBzdHVkaWVzLg0NQW55IHNlcmlvdXMgYXR0ZW1wdCB0byBhc3Nlc3MgcG9ldHJ5knMgY3Vy cmVudCBwb3NpdGlvbiB3aWxsIG5lZWQgdG8gcHJvY2VlZCBpbiB1bm9ydGhvZG94IHdheXOX bm90IG91dCBvZiBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWwgcGVydmVyc2l0eSBidXQgZnJvbSBzaGVlciBuZWNl c3NpdHmXYmVjYXVzZSB0aGUgb3J0aG9kb3ggdmlld3Mgb2YgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRy eSBubyBsb25nZXIgYXJlIGVpdGhlciB1c2VmdWwgb3IgYWNjdXJhdGUgaW4gcG9ydHJheWlu ZyB0aGUgcmFwaWRseSBjaGFuZ2luZyBzaGFwZSBvZiB0aGUgYXJ0LiBUaGUgY29udmVudGlv bmFsIGFjYWRlbWljIHBlcnNwZWN0aXZlIHZpZXdzIHBvZXRyeSBhcyBhIHNlcmllcyBvZiB0 ZXh0cyBwbGFjZWQgaW4gYW4gaGlzdG9yaWNhbCBvciB0aGVtYXRpYyBmcmFtZXdvcmsgb2Yg b3RoZXIgcHJpbnRlZCB0ZXh0cy4gVGhpcyB0cmFkaXRpb25hbCBhcHByb2FjaCBpcyBpbnZh bHVhYmxlIGluIGp1ZGdpbmcgdGhlIHBhc3QsIGJ1dCBpbiBhc3Nlc3NpbmcgcmFkaWNhbCBj aGFuZ2UsIGl0IGlzIGhvcGVsZXNzbHkgZml4YXRlZCBpbiB3aGF0IE1jTHVoYW4gY2FsbGVk IJNyZWFyLXZpZXcgbWlycm9yIHRoaW5raW5nLpQgTm8gZHJpdmVyIGNhbiBuZWdvdGlhdGUg YSBzdWRkZW4gdHVybiBpbiB0aGUgcm9hZCBieSBsb29raW5nIGJhY2t3YXJkLCBhbmQgbmVp dGhlciBjYW4gYSBjcml0aWMgYWNjdXJhdGVseSBzZWUgd2hhdCBpcyBtb3N0IGlubm92YXRp dmUgaW4gY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSB0aHJvdWdoIHRoZSBub3ctYW50aXF1YXJpYW4g YXNzdW1wdGlvbnMgb2YgTW9kZXJuaXNtIGFuZCB0aGUgYXZhbnQtZ2FyZGUuIFRob3NlIHBv d2VyZnVsIGlkZWFzIG9uY2UgcHJvZHVjZWQgZ3JlYXQgYXJ0LCBidXQgbm93IG5lYXJseSBh IGNlbnR1cnkgb2xkLCB0aGV5IHJlZmxlY3QgYSBjdWx0dXJlIHdpdGhvdXQgcmFkaW8sIHRh bGtpbmctZmlsbXMsIHRlbGV2aXNpb24sIHZpZGVvY2Fzc2V0dGVzLCBjb21wdXRlcnMsIGNl bGxwaG9uZXMsIHNhdGVsbGl0ZSBkaXNoZXMsIGFuZCB0aGUgSW50ZXJuZXQuIEV2ZW4gYXMg dGhlIGFjYWRlbXkgYXR0YWNrcyBhbmQgcmVqZWN0cyBNb2Rlcm5pc20sIGl0IHJlbWFpbnMg Y2F1Z2h0IGluIGl0cyBjb25jZXB0dWFsIGZyYW1ld29yayBhdCBsZWFzdCBpbiBkaXNjdXNz aW5nIHBvZXRyeS4gVGhhdCBoaXN0b3JpY2FsIGZyYW1lIG9mIHJlZmVyZW5jZSBpcyBubyBs b25nZXIgcmVsZXZhbnQgYmVjYXVzZSB0aGUgZm9yY2VzIG1vc3QgYWZmZWN0aW5nIGNvbnRl bXBvcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgbm93IG1vc3RseSBjb21lIGZyb20gYWx0b2dldGhlciBvdXRzaWRl IHRoYXQgdHJhZGl0aW9uLg0NV2hlbiB0aGUgY29udmVudGlvbmFsIG1ldGhvZHMgbm8gbG9u Z2VyIHNlZW0gYWRlcXVhdGUgdG8gY29tcHJlaGVuZCBuZXcgZGV2ZWxvcG1lbnRzLCBpdCBp cyB0aW1lIHRvIGFzayBkaWZmZXJlbnQgcXVlc3Rpb25zLiBUaGlzIGVzc2F5IHRoZXJlZm9y ZSB3aWxsIGxvb2sgYXQgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBmcm9tIGFuIHVuZmFtaWxpYXIg dmFudGFnZSBwb2ludC4gVGhpcyB1bnVzdWFsIHBlcnNwZWN0aXZlIG1heSBpbml0aWFsbHkg YW5ub3kgc29tZSByZWFkZXJzIGFuZCBjb25mdXNlIG90aGVycywgYnV0IGFzIHRoZSBhcmd1 bWVudCB1bmZvbGRzLCBpdCB3aWxsIGJlY29tZSBvYnZpb3VzIHRoYXQgaXQgYWxsb3dzIG9u ZSB0byBkaXNjZXJuIGNlcnRhaW4gc2lnbmlmaWNhbnQsIGV2ZW4gcGVyaGFwcyBlc3NlbnRp YWwsIGNoYW5nZXMgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gcG9ldHJ5IG5vdCBvdGhlcndpc2UgZWFzaWx5IHZp c2libGUuDQ1Db25zaWRlciB0aGUgZm9sbG93aW5nIHF1ZXN0aW9uOiBXaGF0IGhhcyBiZWVu IHRoZSBtb3N0IGluZmx1ZW50aWFsIGFuZCB1bmV4cGVjdGVkIGV2ZW50IGluIEFtZXJpY2Fu IHBvZXRyeSBkdXJpbmcgdGhlIHBhc3QgdHdlbnR5IHllYXJzPyBMYW5ndWFnZSBQb2V0cnk/ IE5ldyBGb3JtYWxpc20/IENyaXRpY2FsIFRoZW9yeT8gTXVsdGljdWx0dXJhbGlzbT8gTmV3 IE5hcnJhdGl2ZT8gSWRlbnRpdHkgUG9ldGljcz8gVGhlc2UgaGF2ZSBhbGwgYmVlbiBzaWdu aWZpY2FudCB0cmVuZHMsIGJ1dCBub25lIGhhcyBiZWVuIGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgc3VycHJpc2lu Z5dhbmQgYWxsIG9mIHRoZXNlIG1vdmVtZW50cyBoYXZlIGJlZW4gY29uZmluZWQgbGFyZ2Vs eSB0byB0aGUgYWNhZGVtaWMgc3ViY3VsdHVyZS4gT2RkbHksIHRoZSBtb3N0IGltcG9ydGFu dCBuZXcgdHJlbmQgd29uknQgYmUgZm91bmQgaW4gd2hhdCBMYW5ndWFnZSBQb2V0IENoYXJs ZXMgQmVybnN0ZWluIGNhbGxzIJNvZmZpY2lhbCB2ZXJzZSBjdWx0dXJllJd0aGUgc21hbGwg YnV0IHJlc3BlY3RhYmxlIGxpdGVyYXJ5IG5ldHdvcmsgb2YgYm9va3MsIGpvdXJuYWxzLCBj b25mZXJlbmNlcywgYW5kIHVuaXZlcnNpdHkgd3JpdGluZyBwcm9ncmFtcy4gSW5zdGVhZCwg aXQgd2lsbCBiZSBkaXNjb3ZlcmVkIGluIHRoZSBnZW5lcmFsIGN1bHR1cmUgaW4gcG9ldGlj IHdvcmtzIHdpZGVseSBjb3ZlcmVkIGluIHRoZSBtYXNzIG1lZGlhLg0NV2l0aG91dCBkb3Vi dCB0aGUgbW9zdCBzdXJwcmlzaW5nIGFuZCBzaWduaWZpY2FudCBkZXZlbG9wbWVudCBpbiBy ZWNlbnQgQW1lcmljYW4gcG9ldHJ5IGhhcyBiZWVuIHRoZSB3aWRlLXNjYWxlIGFuZCB1bmV4 cGVjdGVkIHJlZW1lcmdlbmNlIG9mIHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5l25hbWVseSByYXAsIGNvd2Jv eSBwb2V0cnksIHBvZXRyeSBzbGFtcywgYW5kIGNlcnRhaW4gb3ZlcnRseSBhY2Nlc3NpYmxl IHR5cGVzIG9mIHdoYXQgd2FzIG9uY2UgYSBkZWZpYW50bHkgYXZhbnQtZ2FyZGUgZ2VucmUs IHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHBvZXRyeS4gVGhlc2UgbmV3IGZvcm1zIG9mIHBvcHVsYXIgdmVyc2Ug aGF2ZSBzZWVtaW5nbHkgY29tZSBvdXQgb2Ygbm93aGVyZSB0byBiZWNvbWUgc2lnbmlmaWNh bnQgZm9yY2VzIGluIEFtZXJpY2FuIGN1bHR1cmUuIFJhcCBlc3BlY2lhbGx5IGhhcyBiZWNv bWUgdWJpcXVpdG91cyBpbiBvdXIgc29jaWV0eZdub3Qgb25seSBmaWxsaW5nIGNvbmNlcnQg aGFsbHMgYW5kIHJhZGlvIHByb2dyYW1taW5nIGJ1dCBhbHNvIGhlYXJkIGFuZCBzZWVuIGlu IGZpbG1zLCB0ZWxldmlzaW9uLCBhbmQgbGl2ZSB0aGVhdGVyLiBBbHRob3VnaCBmYXIgbGVz cyBjb21tZXJjaWFsLCB0aGUgb3RoZXIgZm9ybXMgaGF2ZSBhbHNvIHNob3duIGVub3Jtb3Vz IHZpdGFsaXR5LiBBbmQgYWxsIHRoZXNlIG5ldyBwb2V0aWMgZm9ybXMgaGF2ZSB0aHJpdmVk IHdpdGhvdXQgdGhlIHN1cHBvcnQgb2YgdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNpdHkgb3IgdGhlIGxpdGVyYXJ5 IGVzdGFibGlzaG1lbnQuDQ1JbiBhIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGN1bHR1cmUgdGhhdCBkdXJpbmcgbW9z dCBvZiB0aGUgdHdlbnRpZXRoIGNlbnR1cnkgZGVjbGFyZWQgdmVyc2UgYSBkeWluZyB0ZWNo bmlxdWUsIG5vIG9uZSB3b3VsZCBoYXZlIHByZWRpY3RlZCB0aGlzIHZhc3RseSBwb3B1bGFy IHJldml2YWwuIEluIHdheXMgdGhhdCBFZG11bmQgV2lsc29uIGNvdWxkIG5ldmVyIGhhdmUg Zm9yZXNlZW4sIHZlcnNlIGhhcyBjaGFuZ2VkIGludG8gYSBncm93dGggaW5kdXN0cnksIHRo b3VnaCBpdHMgcmVoYWJpbGl0YXRpb24gaGFzIGhhcHBlbmVkIG1vc3RseSBvZmYgdGhlIHBy aW50ZWQgcGFnZS4gV2hhdGV2ZXIgb25lIHRoaW5rcyBvZiB0aGUgYXJ0aXN0aWMgcXVhbGl0 eSBvZiB0aGVzZSBuZXcgcG9ldGljIGZvcm1zLCBvbmUgbXVzdCBjb25jZWRlIHRoYXQgYXQg dGhlIHZlcnkgbGVhc3QgdGhleSByZWFzc3VyaW5nbHkgZGVtb25zdHJhdGUgdGhlIGFiaWRp bmcgaHVtYW4gbmVlZCBmb3IgcG9ldHJ5LiBQbGVhc2Ugbm90ZSB0aGF0IHdoaWxlIGFkbWly aW5nIHRoZSBlbmVyZ3kgb2YgdGhlIHJldml2YWwsIEkgZG8gbm90IG1haW50YWluIHRoYXQg dGhlc2UgbmV3IGZvcm1zIG9mIHBvcHVsYXIgdmVyc2UgcmVwcmVzZW50IHRoZSBiZXN0IG5l dyBwb2V0cnkgb2YgdGhlIHBlcmlvZC4gSW5kaXZpZHVhbGx5IGNvbnNpZGVyZWQgYXMgd29y a3Mgb2YgbGl0ZXJhcnkgYXJ0LCBtb3N0IG9mIHRoaXMgd29yayBpcyB1bmRpc3Rpbmd1aXNo ZWQgb3Igd29yc2UsIHRob3VnaCBzb21lIG9mIGl0IGlzIHNtYXJ0IGFuZCBsaXZlbHkuIENv bGxlY3RpdmVseSwgaG93ZXZlciwgdGhlIHdvcmsgaGFzIGVub3Jtb3VzIGltcGxpY2F0aW9u cyBmb3IgdGhlIGZ1dHVyZSBvZiBwb2V0cnkuIE5vdCBvbmx5IGRvZXMgaXQgY2FsbCBpbnRv IHF1ZXN0aW9uIG1hbnkgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IGFzc3VtcHRpb25zIGFib3V0IHRoZSBjdXJy ZW50IHN0YXRlIG9mIHBvZXRyeTsgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBhbHNvIHJlZmxl Y3RzIHRoZSBicm9hZCBjdWx0dXJhbCBmb3JjZXMgdGhhdCBhcmUgbm93IHJlc2hhcGluZyBh bGwgdGhlIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGFydHMuDQ1XaGlsZSB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGhh cyByZWNlaXZlZCBpbW1lbnNlIGNvdmVyYWdlIGZyb20gdGhlIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgbWVkaWEg YW5kIGdlbmVyYWwgcHJlc3MsIGl0IGhhcyBnYXJuZXJlZCByZWxhdGl2ZWx5IGxpdHRsZSBh dHRlbnRpb24gZnJvbSBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxzIGFuZCB2aXJ0dWFsbHkgbm9uZSBmcm9tIGVz dGFibGlzaGVkIHBvZXRyeSBjcml0aWNzLiBPbmUgY2FuIHVuZGVyc3RhbmQgdGhlIHJlbHVj dGFuY2Ugb2YgYWNhZGVtaWMgY3JpdGljcy4gSWYgdGhleSBoYXZlIG5vdGljZWQgdGhlIG5l dyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBhdCBhbGwsIHRoZXkgaW1tZWRpYXRlbHkgc2VlIGhvdyBsaXR0 bGUgaXQgaGFzIGluIGNvbW1vbiB3aXRoIHRoZSBraW5kcyBvZiBwb2V0cnkgdGhleSBoYXZl IGJlZW4gdHJhaW5lZCB0byBjb25zaWRlciB3b3J0aHkgb2Ygc3R1ZHkuIEl0IGRvZXMgbm90 IGdyb3cgb3V0IG9mIHRoZSBsb25nIGVzdGVlbWVkIGFuZCBtZXRpY3Vsb3VzbHkgc3R1ZGll ZCBoaWdoLWFydCB0cmFkaXRpb25zIG9mIENsYXNzaWNpc20sIFJvbWFudGljaXNtLCBNb2Rl cm5pc20sIG9yIFBvc3Rtb2Rlcm5pc20gdGhhdCBpbmZvcm0gbW9zdCBsaXRlcmFyeSBzY2hv bGFyc2hpcC4gSW4gZmFjdCwgaW4gZ2VuZXJhbCB0ZXJtcyBpdCBoYXJkbHkgc2VlbXMgdG8g Y29ubmVjdCB0byBhbnkgY29udmVudGlvbmFsIGFjYWRlbWljIG5vdGlvbiBvZiBsaXRlcmFy eSBwb2V0cnkuIFdoYXQgaXMgYSBjb25zY2llbnRpb3VzIGNyaXRpYyBzdXBwb3NlZCB0byBk byB3aXRoIGFuIEVtaW5lbSBvciBKYXktWj8gQXMgaW5kaXZpZHVhbCB0ZXh0cyBmb3IgYW5h bHlzaXMsIFNub29wIERvZ2eScyCTRG9nZ3kgU3R5bGWUIG9yIFdhbGxhY2UgTWNSYWWScyCT VGhlIENvd2JveSBDdXJtdWRnZW9ulCBvZmZlciBhIEhhcm9sZCBCbG9vbSBvciBIZWxlbiBW ZW5kbGVyIGxpdHRsZSBvcHBvcnR1bml0eSB0byBkaXNwbGF5IHRoZWlyIGNyaXRpY2FsIGNo b3BzLg0NTWVhbndoaWxlLCBtYXNzIG1lZGlhIGNvdmVyYWdlIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxh ciBwb2V0cnkgaGFzIGZvY3VzZWQgb24gd2hhdCBpdCB1c3VhbGx5IGRvZXOXY2VsZWJyaXRp ZXMsIHRoZWlyIGFzdG9uaXNoaW5nIHRyaXVtcGhzLCB0aGVpciByZWdyZXR0YWJsZSBmYWxs cywgYW5kIHRoZWlyIGV5ZS1wb3BwaW5nIGFubnVhbCBpbmNvbWVzLiBJbiB0aGUgZWxlY3Ry b25pYyBtZWRpYSwgYWxsIHN0b3JpZXMgdGVuZCB0byBiZSByZWR1Y2VkIHRvIHBlcnNvbmFs aXR5IGFuZCBodW1hbiBkcmFtYZd0byB0aGUgcGVvcGxlLCB0aGF0IGlzLCB3aG8gY2FuIGFj dHVhbGx5IGJlIHNob3duIG9yIGhlYXJkIG9uIHRoZSBhaXIuIFRoZSBsaW1pdGVkIGNvbW1l bnRhcnkgb24gdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBwcm92aWRlZCBpbiB0aGUgbWFzcyBt ZWRpYSBieSBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxzIGhhcyBoYWJpdHVhbGx5IGZvY3VzZWQgb24gaWRlb2xv Z2ljYWwgaXNzdWVzLCBlc3BlY2lhbGx5IGluIHRoZSBjYXNlIG9mIHJhcCwgd2hpY2ggaGFz IGJlZW4gZXhhbWluZWQgYWxtb3N0IGVudGlyZWx5IGZvciBpdHMgc3ViamVjdCBtYXR0ZXIg b3Igc29jaW9sb2dpY2FsIHNpZ25pZmljYW5jZS4NDUZyb20gYSBwb2V0knMgcGVyc3BlY3Rp dmUsIGhvd2V2ZXIsIGJvdGggdGhlIG1hc3MgbWVkaWEgYW5kIHRoZSBjdWx0dXJlIGNyaXRp Y3MgbWlzcyB0aGUgbW9zdCBpbnRlcmVzdGluZyBhc3BlY3RzIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxh ciBwb2V0cnksIHdoaWNoIGlzIG5vdCB0aGUgZXh0cmF2YWdhbnQgcGVyc29uYWxpdGllcyBv ZiBpdHMgY3JlYXRvcnMgb3IgdGhlIHNvY2lvbG9naWNhbCBuYXR1cmUgb2YgaXRzIGNvbnRl bnRzOyByYXRoZXIsIGl0IGlzIHRoZSB1bnVzdWFsIG1peHR1cmUgb2YgcmFkaWNhbCBpbm5v dmF0aW9uIGFuZCB1bm9ydGhvZG94IHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsaXNtIGluIHRoZSBzdHJ1Y3R1cmUg b2YgdGhlIHdvcmsgaXRzZWxmIGFuZCB0aGUgbW9kZXMgb2YgaXRzIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlLCB0 cmFuc21pc3Npb24sIGFuZCByZWNlcHRpb24uIFRoZXNlIGFzcGVjdHMgcmV2ZWFsIGRlZXAg YW5kIGluZmx1ZW50aWFsIGNoYW5nZXMgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVyZSB0 aGF0IHNob3cgbW9yZSBhYm91dCB0aGUgY3VycmVudCBzaXR1YXRpb24gb2YgcG9ldHJ5IHRo YW4gYW55IG51bWJlciBvZiBtb3JlIGFjYWRlbWljYWxseSBmYXNoaW9uYWJsZSBzdWJqZWN0 cy4NDUluIG9yZGVyIHRvIGRpc2N1c3MgdGhlc2UgbmV3IHRyZW5kcywgaG93ZXZlciwgb25l IG11c3QgYWRkcmVzcyB0d28gcHJlbGltaW5hcnkgaXNzdWVzLiBUaGUgZmlyc3QgY29uY2Vy bnMgdGVybWlub2xvZ3kuIE9uZSB0aGluZyBiZWNvbWVzIGltbWVkaWF0ZWx5IGNsZWFyIGlu IGNvbXBhcmluZyB0aGUgdmFyaW91cyBtb2RlcyBvZiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9ldHJ5l25h bWVseSwgdGhlIGluYWRlcXVhY3kgb2Ygb3VyIGNvbnZlbnRpb25hbCBsaXRlcmFyeSB2b2Nh YnVsYXJ5LiBUaGUgZ2VuZXJhbCB0ZXJtIHBvZXRyeSwgZm9yIGV4YW1wbGUsIG5vdyBlbmNv bXBhc3NlcyBzbyBtYW55IGRpdmVyc2UgYW5kIG9mdGVuIGlycmVjb25jaWxhYmxlIGFydGlz dGljIGVudGVycHJpc2VzIHRoYXQgaXQgb2Z0ZW4gcHJvdmVzIGluc3VmZmljaWVudCB0byBk aXN0aW5ndWlzaCB0aGUgY3JpdGljYWwgaXNzdWVzIGF0IHN0YWtlLiBUaGlzIGVzc2F5IHdp bGwgdXNlIHRoZSB0ZXJtIHBvZXRyeSBpbiBhbiBhbGwtaW5jbHVzaXZlIHNlbnNlIHRvIGlu Y2x1ZGUgYWxsIHRoZSBmb3JtcyBvZiB2ZXJzZZd3cml0dGVuIG9yIG9yYWyXdGhhdCBzaGFw ZSBsYW5ndWFnZSBmb3IgbGl0ZXJhcnkgZWZmZWN0LiBUaGUgdGVybSBpcyB1c2VkIGFzIGEg bmV1dHJhbCBkZXNjcmlwdGlvbiB3aXRob3V0IGltcHV0aW5nIGFueSBsaXRlcmFyeSB2YWx1 ZSBvbiB0aGUgb2JqZWN0IG9yIG9iamVjdHMgdG8gd2hpY2ggaXQgcmVmZXJzLiBCdXQsIGlu IG9yZGVyIHRvIGRpc3Rpbmd1aXNoIGFuZCBjb21wYXJlIHRoZSBmdW5kYW1lbnRhbGx5IGRp ZmZlcmVudCBmb3JtcyBvZiB2ZXJzZSBub3cgYmVpbmcgcHJhY3RpY2VkLCB0aGVyZSB3aWxs IG9mdGVuIGJlIGEgbmVlZCB0byBxdWFsaWZ5IHRoZSB0ZXJtIHBvZXRyeSB3aXRoIGEgY3J1 Y2lhbCBhZGplY3RpdmUuIFRoZSBnZW5lcmFsIGhlYWRpbmcgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IHdp bGwgYmUgdXNlZCB0byBlbmNvbXBhc3MgYWxsIHdyaXR0ZW4sIGhpZ2gtYXJ0IHBvZXRyeSBv ZiB3aGF0ZXZlciBzY2hvb2wuIExpa2V3aXNlIHRoZSB0ZXJtIHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGhh cyBhbHJlYWR5IGJlZW4gdXNlZCB0byBkaXNjdXNzIHRoZSBuZXcgZm9ybXMgb2YgdmVyc2Ug dGhhdCBoYXZlIGVtZXJnZWQgb3V0c2lkZSB0aGUgb2ZmaWNpYWwgbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVy ZS4gV2h5IHN1Y2ggdGVybXMgYXJlIG5lZWRlZCB3aWxsIHF1aWNrbHkgYmVjb21lIGV2aWRl bnQgd2hlbiBleGFtaW5pbmcgcmVjZW50IGRldmVsb3BtZW50cyBpbiBBbWVyaWNhbiBwb2V0 cnkuDQ1UaGUgc2Vjb25kIHByZWxpbWluYXJ5IGlzc3VlIGludm9sdmVzIGV2YWx1YXRpb24u IFRoZSBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IHdvcmxkIGlzIGV4dHJhb3JkaW5hcmlseSBwYXJ0 aXNhbi4gQSBjcml0aWMgaXMgbm90IHN1cHBvc2VkIHRvIGRpc2N1c3MgbmV3IHBvZXRyeSB3 aXRob3V0IG92ZXJ0bHkgcHJhaXNpbmcgb3IgY2F0ZWdvcmljYWxseSBjb25kZW1uaW5nIGl0 LiBCdXQgaXMgdGhlcmUgbm90IGEgbmVlZCBzb21ldGltZXMgbWVyZWx5IHRvIGFuYWx5emUg YW5kIGRlc2NyaWJlIHdoYXQgb25lIGZpbmRzIGluIG5ldXRyYWwgdGVybXM/IEFuZCBpc26S dCBzdWNoIGEgZGlzcGFzc2lvbmF0ZSB2aWV3IGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgaW1wb3J0YW50IHdpdGgg Y29udHJvdmVyc2lhbCBhbmQgcG9sYXJpemluZyBuZXcgcGhlbm9tZW5hIGxpa2UgcmFwIGFu ZCBwb2V0cnkgc2xhbXM/IFRoZSBldmFsdWF0aW9uIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0 cnkgaXMgYW4gaW50ZXJlc3RpbmcgaXNzdWUsIGJ1dCBpdCBsaWVzIG91dHNpZGUgdGhlIHNj b3BlIG9mIHRoaXMgZXNzYXkuIFdoYXQgaXMgbW9zdCB1cmdlbnRseSBuZWVkZWQgbm93IGlz IGFuIGFjY3VyYXRlIGRlc2NyaXB0aW9uIG9mIHdoYXQgaXMgaGFwcGVuaW5nIGluIGJvdGgg cG9wdWxhciBhbmQgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5l2FuIHVwLXRvLWRhdGUgcm9hZCBtYXAgb2Yg QW1lcmljYW4gcG9ldHJ5LCBub3QgYSBNaWNoZWxpbiBkaW5pbmcgZ3VpZGUuDQ1JSUkuIFRo ZSBOZXcgT3JhbCBQb2V0cnkNDVNpZ2h0IGlzb2xhdGVzLCBzb3VuZCBpbmNvcnBvcmF0ZXMu DZdXYWx0ZXIgT25nDQ1JZiBvbmUgZXhhbWluZXMgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBp biBtb3JlIHRoYW4gYSBjdXJzb3J5IGZhc2hpb24sIG9uZSBub3RpY2VzIHNldmVyYWwgc2ln bmlmaWNhbnQgd2F5cyBpbiB3aGljaCBpdCBkZXBhcnRzIGZyb20gdGhlIGFzc3VtcHRpb25z IG9mIG1haW5zdHJlYW0gbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVyZS4gVGhlcmUgYXJlIGF0IGxlYXN0IGZv dXIgZnVuZGFtZW50YWwgd2F5cyBpbiB3aGljaCBpdCBkaWZmZXJzIGZyb20gdHJhZGl0aW9u YWwgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LiBUaGVzZSByYWRpY2FsIGRpZmZlcmVuY2VzIHJldmVhbCBj cnVjaWFsIGNoYW5nZXMgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gY3VsdHVyZS4NDVRoZSBtb3N0IHNpZ25pZmlj YW50IGZhY3QgYWJvdXQgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBpcyB0aGF0IGl0IGlzIHBy ZWRvbWluYW50bHkgb3JhbC4gVGhlIHBvZXQgYW5kIGF1ZGllbmNlIHVzdWFsbHkgY29tbXVu aWNhdGUgd2l0aG91dCB0aGUgbWVkaWF0aW9uIG9mIGEgdGV4dC4gUmFwIGlzIHBlcmZvcm1l ZCBhbG91ZCB0byBhbiBlbGFib3JhdGUsIHNhbXBsZWQgcmh5dGhtIHRyYWNrLiBDb3dib3kg cG9ldHJ5IGlzIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsbHkgcmVjaXRlZCBmcm9tIG1lbW9yeS4gUG9ldHJ5IHNs YW1zIGNvbnNpc3Qgb2YgbGl2ZSBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZZdzb21ldGltZXMgZnJvbSBhIHRleHQs IG1vcmUgb2Z0ZW4gZnJvbSBtZW1vcnkuIFRvIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBlb3BsZSB3aG9zZSBub3Rp b24gb2YgcG9ldHJ5IGhhcyBiZWVuIHNoYXBlZCBieSBwcmludCBjdWx0dXJlLCB0aGlzIG9y YWwgbW9kZSBvZiB0cmFuc21pc3Npb24gcHJvYmFibHkgc2VlbXMgYm90aCBzdHJpa2luZ2x5 IHByaW1pdGl2ZSBhbmQgYWxhcm1pbmdseSBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkuIEl0IGhlYXJrZW5zIGJh Y2sgdG8gcG9ldHJ5knMgb3JpZ2lucyBhcyBhbiBvcmFsIGFydCBmb3JtIGluIHByZWxpdGVy YXRlIGN1bHR1cmVzLCBhbmQgaXQgc3VnZ2VzdHMgaG93IHRlbGV2aXNpb24sIHRlbGVwaG9u ZXMsIHJlY29yZGluZ3MsIGFuZCByYWRpbyBoYXZlIGJyb3VnaHQgbW9zdCBBbWVyaWNhbnOX Y29uc2Npb3VzbHkgb3IgdW5jb25zY2lvdXNseZdpbnRvIGEgbmV3IGZvcm0gb2Ygb3JhbCBj dWx0dXJlLg0NQ29udmVudGlvbmFsIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSwgbWV0aWN1bG91c2x5IGNv bXBvc2VkIGFzIHdyaXR0ZW4gbGFuZ3VhZ2UsIHB1Ymxpc2hlZCBpbiBib29rcyBhbmQgam91 cm5hbHMsIGFuZCBldmFsdWF0ZWQgYWdhaW5zdCBhIGNhbm9uIG9mIHByaW50ZWQgdGV4dHMs IGNvdWxkIG5vdCBiZSBtb3JlIGRpZmZlcmVudCBmcm9tIHRoZXNlIHNwb2tlbiBhbmQgc29t ZXRpbWVzIGV2ZW4gaW1wcm92aXNhdG9yeSBmb3Jtcy4gTXVjaCBvZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVs YXIgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIG5ldmVyIHdyaXR0ZW4gZG93bjsgaXQgZXhpc3RzIG9ubHkgYXMgc291 bmRzIHNoYXBlZCBpbiB0aGUgYWlyLiBXaGVuIHRoZXJlIGlzIGEgdGV4dCwgaXQgd2FzIG9m dGVuIGNyZWF0ZWQgcG9zdCBmYWN0dW0gYnkgdHJhbnNjcmliaW5nIGEgcmVjb3JkZWQgcGVy Zm9ybWFuY2UgZnJvbSBhdWRpby0gb3IgdmlkZW90YXBlLg0NT25lIGh1bmRyZWQgeWVhcnMg YWdvIGluIEFtZXJpY2EsIHRoZXJlIHdhcyBhbHNvIGEgdGhyaXZpbmcgdHJhZGl0aW9uIG9m IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5LiBBIGh1Z2UgYXVkaWVuY2UgZXhpc3RlZCBmb3IgdmVyc2Ugd2hv IHJlYWQgaXQgaW4gbmV3c3BhcGVycywgbWFnYXppbmVzLCBwYW1waGxldHMsIGJvb2tzIGFu ZCBhbG1hbmFjcy4gQSBiZXN0LXNlbGxpbmcgcG9ldCBsaWtlIEphbWVzIFdoaXRjb21iIFJp bGV5IG5vdCBvbmx5IGNvbW1hbmRlZCBhIG1hc3MgZm9sbG93aW5nOyBoZSB3YXMgYSBwdWJs aWMgZmlndXJlIHdobyBkaW5lZCBhdCB0aGUgV2hpdGUgSG91c2UgYW5kIHNhdyBoaXMgYmly dGhkYXkgYmVjb21lIGFuIEluZGlhbmEgU3RhdGUgaG9saWRheS4gVGhlIG5vdmVsdHkgb2Yg dGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBpcyBub3QgaXRzIG1hc3MgYXBwZWFsOyB0aGF0IHdh cyBhIGNvbW1vbnBsYWNlIGluIEFtZXJpY2FuIGN1bHR1cmUgaW4gdGhlIGxhdGUgbmluZXRl ZW50aCBjZW50dXJ5LiBXaGF0IGlzIHN0cmlraW5nbHkgaW5ub3ZhdGl2ZSBvZiB0aGVzZSBj b250ZW1wb3JhcnkgZm9ybXMgYXJlIHRoZWlyIG1lYW5zIG9mIHRyYW5zbWlzc2lvbiwgd2hp Y2ggYWxtb3N0IGVudGlyZWx5IGF2b2lkIHRoZSBhcHBhcmF0dXMgb2YgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVy ZS4gRm9yIHRoZSBmaXJzdCB0aW1lIGluIEFtZXJpY2FuIGhpc3RvcnksIGEgcG9ldCBjYW4g cmVhY2ggYSBuYXRpb25hbCBhdWRpZW5jZSB3aXRob3V0IHRoZSB1c2Ugb2YgYm9va3MsIG1h Z2F6aW5lcywgbmV3c3BhcGVycywgcHVibGlzaGVycywgYm9va3N0b3JlcywgYW5kIGxpYnJh cmllcy4gSW5zdGVhZCB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IHVzZXMgdGhlIGFwcGFyYXR1 cyBvZiB0aGUgbXVzaWNhbCBlbnRlcnRhaW5tZW50IHdvcmxkl3JlY29yZGluZ3MsIHJhZGlv LCBjb25jZXJ0IGhhbGxzLCBuaWdodGNsdWJzLCBhdWRpdG9yaXVtcywgYmFycywgYW5kIGZl c3RpdmFscy4gDQ1UaGUgc2hpZnQgZnJvbSB3cml0dGVuIHRvIG9yYWwgcHJlc2VudGF0aW9u IGhhcyBzaWduaWZpY2FudCBpbXBsaWNhdGlvbnMuIFRoZSBvcmFsIG5hdHVyZSBvZiB0aGUg bmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IG5vdCBvbmx5IGRlbW9uc3RyYXRlcyBob3cgZWxlY3Ryb25p YyBtZWRpYSBsaWtlIHRlbGV2aXNpb24sIHJhZGlvLCBhbmQgcmVjb3JkaW5ncyBoYXZlIHRy YW5zZm9ybWVkIHRoZSB3YXlzIGluIHdoaWNoIGltYWdpbmF0aXZlIGxpdGVyYXR1cmUgY2Fu IG5vdyBiZSB0cmFuc2ZlcnJlZDsgaXQgYWxzbyBzdWdnZXN0cyBob3cgZGVlcGx5IHRob3Nl IG1lZGlhIGhhdmUgY2hhbmdlZCB0aGUgZm9ybXMgb2YgbGl0ZXJhdHVyZSBpdHNlbGYuIEp1 c3QgYXMgRXVyb3BlYW4gbGl0ZXJhdHVyZSBjaGFuZ2VkIHR3byBhbmQgYSBoYWxmIG1pbGxl bm5pYSBhZ28gYXMgaXQgbW92ZWQgZnJvbSBvcmFsIHRvIHdyaXR0ZW4gY3VsdHVyZSwgc28g aGFzIHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IHRyYW5zZm9ybWVkIGl0c2VsZiBhcyBpdCBtb3ZlcyBmcm9t IHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUgdG8gb3VyIGF1ZGlvLXZpc3VhbCBjdWx0dXJlIGluIHdoaWNoIHdy aXRpbmcgZXhpc3RzIGJ1dCBpcyBubyBsb25nZXIgdGhlIHByaW1hcnkgbWVhbnMgb2YgcHVi bGljIGRpc2NvdXJzZS4NDUFzIHJlYWRlcnMgdHVybiBpbnRvIHZpZXdlcnMgYW5kIGxpc3Rl bmVycywgdGhleSBuYXR1cmFsbHkgYXBwcm9hY2ggdGhlIG5ldyBwb2V0cnkgaW4gd2F5cyBj b25kaXRpb25lZCBieSB0ZWxldmlzaW9uIGFuZCByYWRpby4gVGhpcyBlcGlzdGVtb2xvZ2lj YWwgY2hhbmdlLCB0byBxdW90ZSBOZWlsIFBvc3RtYW4gYWdhaW4sIGFmZmVjdHMgdGhlIJNt ZWFuaW5nLCB0ZXh0dXJlLCBhbmQgdmFsdWVzlCBvZiBsaXRlcmFyeSBkaXNjb3Vyc2UuIE5v dCBsZWFzdCBpbXBvcnRhbnQsIGl0IHRyYW5zZm9ybXMgdGhlIGlkZW50aXR5IG9mIHRoZSBh dXRob3IgZnJvbSB3cml0ZXIgdG8gZW50ZXJ0YWluZXIsIGZyb20gYW4gaW52aXNpYmxlIGNy ZWF0b3Igb2YgdHlwb2dyYXBoaWMgbGFuZ3VhZ2UgdG8gYSBwaHlzaWNhbCBwcmVzZW5jZSBw ZXJmb3JtaW5nIGFsb3VkLiBQZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkgYW5kIHRoZSBwb2V0cnkgc2xh bSwgZm9yIGluc3RhbmNlLCBvd2UgYXQgbGVhc3QgYXMgbXVjaCB0byB0aGUgdHJhZGl0aW9u IG9mIHN0YW5kLXVwIGNvbWVkeSBhbmQgaW1wcm92aXNhdG9yeSB0aGVhdGVyIGFzIHRoZXkg ZG8gdG8gbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LiBSb2xhbmQgQmFydGhlcywgYSBjcmVhdHVyZSBvZiBw cmludCBjdWx0dXJlLCBzYXcgdGhlIHdvcmxkIGFzIGEgdGV4dCBhbmQgYW5ub3VuY2VkIJN0 aGUgZGVhdGggb2YgdGhlIGF1dGhvci6UIEFueW9uZSBhdHRlbnRpdmUgdG8gdGhlIG5ldyBw b3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBzZWVzIHRoZSBhbnRpdGhlc2lzl3RoZSBkZWF0aCBvZiB0aGUgdGV4 dC4gQW1lcmljYW4gY3VsdHVyZSBjb25kaXRpb25lZCBieSBlbGVjdHJvbmljIG1lZGlhIGFu ZCBhIGNlbGVicml0eSBjdWx0dXJlIGJhc2VkIG9uIHBlcnNvbmFsaXRpZXMgaGFzIGdpdmVu IGJpcnRoIHRvIGEgbmV3IGtpbmQgb2YgYXV0aG9yLCB0aGUgYW1wbGlmaWVkIGJhcmQuDQ0N SVYuIElubm92YXRpb24gZnJvbSB0aGUgTWFyZ2lucw0NVGhlIG5leHQgc2lnbmlmaWNhbnQg ZmFjdCBpcyB0aGF0IHRoZXNlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIGZvcm1zIGVtZXJnZWQgZW50aXJlbHkg b3V0c2lkZSBlc3RhYmxpc2hlZCBsaXRlcmFyeSBsaWZlIGFuZCB3ZXJlIGluaXRpYWxseSBk ZXZlbG9wZWQgYnkgaW5kaXZpZHVhbHMgbWFyZ2luYWxpemVkIGJ5IGludGVsbGVjdHVhbCBh bmQgYWNhZGVtaWMgc29jaWV0eS4gUmFwIHdhcyB0aGUgY3JlYXRpb24gb2YgdXJiYW4gQWZy aWNhbi1BbWVyaWNhbiBtYWxlcy4gSXQgc3RhcnRlZCBpbiB0aGUgV2VzdCBCcm9ueCBpbiB0 aGUgMTk3MHMgKHJlcG9ydGVkbHkgdGhlIGNyZWF0aW9uIG9mIENvb2wgSGVyYywgYSBKYW1h aWNhbiBESiksIHJhcGlkbHkgc3ByZWFkIHRocm91Z2ggbWV0cm9wb2xpdGFuIE5ldyBZb3Jr IGFuZCBOZXcgSmVyc2V5LCBhbmQgc29vbiBiZWNhbWUgbmF0aW9uYWwuIFF1aWNrbHkgY29t bWVyY2lhbGl6ZWQgYW5kIGRpc3RyaWJ1dGVkIGJ5IHJlY29yZGluZyBjb21wYW5pZXMsIHJh cCBpcyBub3cgYW4gaW50ZXJuYXRpb25hbCBmb3JtIHdoaWNoIG9uZSBpcyBhcyBsaWtlbHkg dG8gZW5jb3VudGVyIGluIEZpbm5pc2ggb3IgQmVuZ2FsaSBhcyBpbiBFbmdsaXNoLiBVbnN1 YnNpZGl6ZWQgYW5kIHVuc3VwcG9ydGVkIGJ5IHRoZSBvZmZpY2lhbCBsaXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0 dXJlLCBpdCBoYXMgdGhyaXZlZC4gSW4gbW9zdCB5ZWFycyBpdCByYW5rcyBhcyBvbmUgb2Yg dGhlIHRvcCB0d28gYmVzdC1zZWxsaW5nIHNlZ21lbnRzIG9mIGNvbW1lcmNpYWwgcmVjb3Jk aW5ncy4NDUNvd2JveSBwb2V0cnkgcmVwcmVzZW50cyB0aGUgc3Vydml2YWwgb2YgdGhlIHZl cnNlIGFuZCBzb25ncyB0aGF0IFdlc3Rlcm4gY2F0dGxlIGRyaXZlcnMgY29tcG9zZWQgYW5k IHBlcmZvcm1lZCB0byBlbnRlcnRhaW4gdGhlbXNlbHZlcyBvbiB0aGUgcmFuZ2UuIFRvIGEg TWFuaGF0dGFuIGNyb3dkLCB0aGlzIGZvcm0gbWF5IHN1bW1vbiB1cCBjb3JueSBjaW5lbWF0 aWMgaW1hZ2VzIG9mIEdlbmUgQXV0cnkgYW5kIFJveSBSb2dlcnMsIGJ1dCBwb2V0cnkgaXMg YW4gYXV0aGVudGljIHJ1cmFsIHRyYWRpdGlvbi4gUGFzdG9yYWwgcGVvcGxlIGhhdmUgdHJh ZGl0aW9uYWxseSB2YWx1ZWQgcG9ldHJ5IGFzIGFuIGFub2R5bmUgYWdhaW5zdCB0aGUgbG9u ZWxpbmVzcyBhbmQgaXNvbGF0aW9uIGluaGVyZW50IGluIHRoZWlyIGxpdmVzl3RoZSBzaGVw aGVyZCwgaW4gZmFjdCwgaGFzIGxvbmcgYmVlbiB0aGUgV2VzdGVybiBzeW1ib2wgb2YgdGhl IHBvZXQuIEEgMTk4NSBnYXRoZXJpbmcgaW4gRWxrbywgTmV2YWRhLCBvcmdhbml6ZWQgYnkg Zm9sa2xvcmlzdCBIYWwgQ2Fubm9uLCB3YXMgaW50ZW5kZWQgdG8gY2VsZWJyYXRlIHdoYXQg bWFueSB0aG91Z2h0IGEgZHlpbmcgdHJhZGl0aW9uIGJ5IGJyaW5naW5nIGEgZ3JvdXAgb2Yg dGhlc2UgaXNvbGF0ZWQgcG9ldHMgdG9nZXRoZXIgZm9yIHRoZSBmaXJzdCB0aW1lLiBUaGUg Z2F0aGVyaW5nIHdhcyBzbyBzdWNjZXNzZnVsIHRoYXQgaXQgcmV2aXRhbGl6ZWQgdGhlIGZv cm0uIFRoZXJlIGFyZSBub3cgb3ZlciBvbmUgaHVuZHJlZCBmaWZ0eSB3aWRlbHktYXR0ZW5k ZWQgZmVzdGl2YWxzIG9mIGNvd2JveSBwb2V0cnkgaW4gV2VzdGVybiBBbWVyaWNhIGF0dHJh Y3RpbmcgaHVnZSBhdWRpZW5jZXMgYXMgd2VsbCBhcyBwcm9kdWNpbmcgYSBzdGVhZHkgc3Ry ZWFtIG9mIGFudGhvbG9naWVzLCBib29rcywgdGFwZXMsIGFuZCB2aWRlb3MuDQ1Qb2V0cnkg c2xhbXMgYXJlIGFuIHVyYmFuIHBoZW5vbWVub24uIFRoZXJlIGlzIHNvbWUgZGViYXRlIG92 ZXIgdGhlaXIgZ2VuZXNpcywgYnV0IHRoZSBiZXN0IGd1ZXNzIGlzIHRoYXQgdGhlIHBvZXQg TWFyYyBTbWl0aCBiZWdhbiB0aGVtIGluIDE5ODWXdGhlIHNhbWUgeWVhciBhcyB0aGUgRWxr byBmZXN0aXZhbJdhdCB0aGUgR3JlZW4gTWlsbCwgYSBDaGljYWdvIGJhci4gU2xhbXMgYXJl IGhhcmQgdG8gY2hhcmFjdGVyaXplIGluIHN0cmljdGx5IGxpdGVyYXJ5IHRlcm1zIGJlY2F1 c2UgdGhlIGZvcm0gZW5jb21wYXNzZXMgdGhlIHdvcmsgb2YgYW55b25lIGluIGEgYmFyIG9y IGNhZukgd2l0aCBlbm91Z2ggbmVydmUgKG9yIGFsY29ob2wpIHRvIGdldCB1cCB0byByZWNp dGUgb3JpZ2luYWwgdmVyc2UgdG8gdGhlIGNyb3dkLiBUaGUgbW9zdCBzaWduaWZpY2FudCBm ZWF0dXJlIG9mIHRoaXMgbmV3IG1lZGl1bSwgaG93ZXZlciwgaXMgbm90IHRoZSBwb2V0cnkg YnV0IHRoZSBmb3JtYXQuIFRoZSBwb2VtcyBhcmUgdHlwaWNhbGx5IHBlcmZvcm1lZCBpbiBj b21wZXRpdGlvbiBhbmQganVkZ2VkIGJ5IHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBvciBhIHJlcHJlc2VudGF0 aXZlIGp1cnmXYW4gYXJyYW5nZW1lbnQgdGhhdCBib3RoIFNvcGhvY2xlcyBhbmQgUGluZGFy IHdvdWxkIGZpbmQgcXVpdGUgbmF0dXJhbCBidXQgd2hpY2ggd291bGQgYmUgYXMgdW51c3Vh bCBhdCBhbiBhY2FkZW1pYyBwb2V0cnkgZmVzdGl2YWwgYXMgYSBiYXRoaW5nLXN1aXQgY29t cGV0aXRpb24uIA0NTmVlZGxlc3MgdG8gc2F5LCBubyBncmFkdWF0ZSB3cml0aW5nIHByb2dy YW0gaGFzIHN0ZXBwZWQgZm9yd2FyZCB0byB0YWtlIGNyZWRpdCBmb3IgYW55IG9mIHRoZXNl IG5ldyBtb3ZlbWVudHMsIHdob3NlIHN0eWxlcywgc3ViamVjdHMsIGFuZCBmb3JtYXRzIGNv bnRyYWRpY3QgbWFueSBvZiB0aGUgYXNzdW1wdGlvbnMgb2Ygc3RhbmRhcmQgbGl0ZXJhcnkg cG9ldHJ5LiBUaGUgdGVybSCTQ293Ym95IFBvZXRyeZQgc3RpbGwgZWxpY2l0cyBzbmlja2Vy cyBmcm9tIGxpdGVyYXRpLCBhbmQgbW9zdCBwcm9mZXNzb3JzIGJyaXN0bGUgYXQgdGhlIG1l cmUgbm90aW9uIHRoYXQgcmFwIGlzIGEgbGl0ZXJhcnkgZm9ybS4gSXNzdWVzIG9mIGNsYXNz LCByYWNlLCBhbmQgYWdlIGFsc28gY29udHJpYnV0ZSB0byB0aGVzZSBhdHRpdHVkZXMsIGVz cGVjaWFsbHkgdG93YXJkIGhpcC1ob3AgY3VsdHVyZS4gTm9yIGFyZSB0aGUgb3JpZ2lucyBv ZiB0aGVzZSBmb3JtcyBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxseSByZXNwZWN0YWJsZSBpbiBhY2FkZW1pYyB0 ZXJtcy4gQXMgbW9zdCByYXBwZXJzIG5ldmVyIGNlYXNlIHRvIHJlbWluZCB0aGVpciBhdWRp ZW5jZSwgdGhleSBhcmUgk2dhbmdzdGFzLJQgd2hvIGNvZXhpc3Qgd2l0aCB0aGUgY3JpbWlu YWwgY2xhc3MuIEFzIHRoZSBvYml0dWFyaWVzIG9mIG11cmRlcmVkIHJhcHBlcnMgbGlrZSBU dXBhYyBTaGFrdXIsIHRoZSBOb3RvcmlvdXMgQi5JLkcuLCBTY290dCBMYVJvY2ssIGFuZCBK YW0gTWFzdGVyIEpheSBjb25maXJtLCB0aGlzIGlzIG5vIGVtcHR5IGJvYXN0Lg0NVi4gUmVu b3ZhdGlvbiBmcm9tIHRoZSBNYXJnaW5zDQ1BY291c3RpYyByaHl0aG0gaXMgYSBjb21wb25l bnQgb2YgdGhlIHJlZmxleGVzIG9mIHRoZSBjZW50cmFsIG5lcnZvdXMgc3lzdGVtLCBhIGJp b2xvZ2ljYWwgZm9yY2Ugb2YgcHJpbWUgaW1wb3J0YW5jZSB0byBvcmFsaXR5Lg2XRXJpYyBI YXZlbG9jaw0NVGhlIHRoaXJkIGludGVyZXN0aW5nIGZlYXR1cmUgb2YgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1 bGFyIHBvZXRyeSBpcyB0aGF0IGl0IGlzIG92ZXJ3aGVsbWluZ2x5LCBpbmRlZWQgY2hhcmFj dGVyaXN0aWNhbGx5LCBmb3JtYWwuIFR3ZW50eSB5ZWFycyBhZ28gaXQgd2FzIGEgY3JpdGlj YWwgcGlldHkgdGhhdCByaHltZSBhbmQgbWV0ZXIgd2VyZSBvYnNvbGV0ZSBwb2V0aWMgdGVj aG5pcXVlcywgZGlzY3JlZGl0ZWQgZWxpdGlzdCBhbmQgRXVyb3BlYW4gZm9ybXMgdGhhdCBo YWQgbm8gcGxhY2UgaW4gdGhlIGRlbW9jcmF0aWMgZnV0dXJlIG9mIEFtZXJpY2FuIGxpdGVy YXR1cmUuIFZlcnNlIG5hcnJhdGl2ZSB3YXMgaGVsZCBpbiBvbmx5IHNsaWdodGx5IGxlc3Mg Y29udGVtcHQuIFRoZSBNb2Rlcm5pc3QgbW92ZW1lbnQsIGl0IHdhcyBmZWx0LCBoYWQgZGVt b25zdHJhdGVkIHRoYXQgc3Rvcnl0ZWxsaW5nIGhhZCBsaXR0bGUgcGxhY2UgaW4gdGhlIGx5 cmljIG1hbmRhdGUgb2YgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRyeS4gTm8gYWxlcnQgY3JpdGljIHdv dWxkIHJpc2sgdGhhdCBhcmd1bWVudCB0b2RheZdub3Qgb25seSBiZWNhdXNlIG9mIHRoZSBl bWVyZ2VuY2Ugb2YgTmV3IEZvcm1hbGlzbSBhbmQgTmV3IE5hcnJhdGl2ZSBpbiBsaXRlcmFy eSBwb2V0cnkgYnV0IGFsc28gYmVjYXVzZSBvZiB0aGUgaW1tZW5zZSBzdWNjZXNzIG9mIHJh cCBhbmQgb3RoZXIgZm9ybXMgb2YgcG9wdWxhciB2ZXJzZS4gV2hpbGUgdGhlIHJldml2YWwg b2YgZm9ybSBhbmQgbmFycmF0aXZlIGFtb25nIHlvdW5nIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRzIGNvdWxk IGJlIGRpc21pc3NlZCBieSBjcml0aWNhbCB0YXN0ZW1ha2VycyBhcyBiZW5pZ2h0ZWQgYW50 aXF1YXJpYW5pc20gYW5kIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbCBwcmV0ZW5zaW9uLCBpdHMgdW5pdmVyc2Fs IGFkb3B0aW9uIGFzIHRoZSBwcm9zb2R5LW9mLWNob2ljZSBieSBkaXNlbmZyYW5jaGlzZWQg dXJiYW4gYmxhY2tzIGFuZCBtYXJnaW5hbGl6ZWQgV2VzdGVybiBhZ3JpY3VsdHVyYWwgd29y a2VycyB3YXMgaW1wb3NzaWJsZSB0byBkaXNtaXNzIGluIHN1Y2ggc2ltcGxpc3RpYyBpZGVv bG9naWNhbCB0ZXJtcy4gU29tZXRoaW5nIGltcG9ydGFudCB3YXMgY2xlYXJseSBoYXBwZW5p bmcgaW4gdGhlIGN1bHR1cmUuDQ1UaGUgbmVhcmx5IHVuaXZlcnNhbCBjcml0aWNhbCBiaWFz IGFnYWluc3Qgcmh5bWUgYW5kIG1ldGVyIGFzIHJlY2VudGx5IGFzIHRlbiB5ZWFycyBhZ28s IGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgaW4gdW5pdmVyc2l0eSB3cml0aW5nIHByb2dyYW1zLCBpbmRpY2F0ZXMg aG93IGRpc3RhbnQgdGhlIHBvZXRzIGluIGEgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSBoYWQgYmVjb21lIGZy b20gdGhlIG9yYWxpdHkgb2YgdmVyc2UuIFRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgcmVtaW5k cyBsaXRlcmF0aSB0aGF0IGF1ZGl0b3J5IHBvZXRyeSB2aXJ0dWFsbHkgYWx3YXlzIGVtcGxv eXMgYXBwcmVoZW5zaWJsZSBmb3JtYWwgcGF0dGVybnMgdG8gc2hhcGUgaXRzIGxhbmd1YWdl LiBUaGlzIHJ1bGUgbm90IG9ubHkgaG9sZHMgdHJ1ZSBpbiBwcmltYXJ5IG9yYWwgY3VsdHVy ZXMgd2l0aG91dCB3cml0aW5nIGFuZCBpbiBzY3JpYmFsIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHRyYWRpdGlvbnMg bGlrZSBtZWRpZXZhbCBFdXJvcGUgb3IgaW1wZXJpYWwgQ2hpbmEgd2hlcmUgd3JpdHRlbiB2 ZXJzZSB3YXMgY29tcG9zZWQgdG8gYmUgcmVhZCBhbG91ZDsgaXQgYWxzbyBhcHBsaWVzIHRv IHNlY29uZGFyeSBvcmFsIGN1bHR1cmVzIGxpa2UgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IG1haW5zdHJlYW0g QW1lcmljYSB3aGVyZSBwb3B1bGFyIHZlcnNlIGlzIG5vdyB0cmFuc21pdHRlZCB3aXRob3V0 IHdyaXR0ZW4gdGV4dHMuDQ1UaGUgc3BlY2lmaWMgd2F5cyB0aGF0IHNwZWVjaCBpcyBzaGFw ZWQgaW50byBwb2V0cnkgZGlmZmVyIGZyb20gbGFuZ3VhZ2UgdG8gbGFuZ3VhZ2UsIGJ1dCB0 aGUgcHJhY3RpY2Ugb2YgYXJyYW5naW5nIHNvbWUgYXVkaXRvcmlseSBhcHByZWhlbnNpYmxl IGZlYXR1cmUgc3VjaCBhcyBzdHJlc3MsIHRvbmUsIHF1YW50aXR5LCBhbGxpdGVyYXRpb24s IHN5bGxhYmxlIGNvdW50LCBvciBzeW50YXggaW50byBhIHJlZ3VsYXIgcGF0dGVybiBpcyBz byB1bml2ZXJzYWwgdGhhdCBpdCBzdWdnZXN0cyB0aGF0IHRoZXJlIGlzIHNvbWV0aGluZyBw cmltYWwgYW5kIGluZXJhZGljYWJsZSBhdCB3b3JrLiBNZXRyaWNhbCBzcGVlY2ggbm90IG9u bHkgcHJvZHVjZXMgc29tZSBoZWlnaHRlbmVkIGZvcm0gb2YgYXR0ZW50aW9uIHRoYXQgaW5j cmVhc2VzIG1uZW1vbmljIHJldGVudGlvbjsgaXQgYWxzbyBzZWVtcyB0byBwcm92aWRlIGlu bmF0ZSBwaHlzaWNhbCBwbGVhc3VyZSBpbiBib3RoIHRoZSBhdWRpdG9yIGFuZCBvcmF0b3Iu IFR5cG9ncmFwaGljIHBvZXRyeSBtYXkgcHJvdmlkZSBvdGhlciBwbGVhc3VyZXMsIGJ1dCBp dCBjYW5ub3QgcmV3aXJlIHRoZSBjaXJjdWl0cnkgb2YgdGhlIGh1bWFuIGF1ZGl0b3J5IHBl cmNlcHRpb24gdG8gY2hhbmdlIGEgbWlsbGlvbiB5ZWFycyBvZiBwcmVsaXRlcmF0ZSwgc2Vu c29yeSBldm9sdXRpb24gYW5kIHBlcm1hbmVudGx5IGJsb2NrIHRoZSByZWNlcHRvcnMgdGhh dCByZXNwb25kIHRvIGF1ZGl0b3J5IGZvcm0uDQ1UaGUgc3BlY2lmaWMgZm9ybWFsIGZlYXR1 cmVzIG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgZGVzZXJ2ZSBjbG9zZSBleGFtaW5hdGlv biwgaG93ZXZlciwgYmVjYXVzZSB0aGV5IGFyZSBub3QgdGhlIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIGZvcm1z IG9mIEVuZ2xpc2ggaGlnaC1hcnQgcG9ldHJ5LiBSYXAgaGFzIGRldmVsb3BlZCBzbyByYXBp ZGx5IHRoYXQgaXQgbm93IHVzZXMgYSB2YXJpZXR5IG9mIG1ldHJpY2FsIGZvcm1zLCBidXQg aXQgaXMgZmFzY2luYXRpbmcgdG8gYW5hbHl6ZSBzb21lIG9mIHRoZSBlYXJseSB3b3JrIHRo YXQgZXN0YWJsaXNoZWQgdGhlIGdlbnJlLiBNb3N0IHJhcCBzdGlsbCBmb2xsb3dzIHRoZSBp bml0aWFsIGZvcm11bGEgb2Ygcmh5bWVkIGNvdXBsZXRzIHRoYXQgY2FzdWFsbHkgbWl4IGZ1 bGwgcmh5bWUgd2l0aCBhc3NvbmFuY2UuIEhlcmUgYXJlIGEgZmV3IG1ldHJpY2FsbHkgcmVw cmVzZW50YXRpdmUgbGluZXMgZnJvbSBvbmUgb2YgdGhlIGZpcnN0IHBvcHVsYXIgcmFwczog DQ1pIHNhaWQgYnkgdGhlIHdheSBiYWJ5IHdoYXSScyB5b3VyIG5hbWUNc2FpZCBpIGdvIGJ5 IHRoZSBuYW1lIG9mIGxvaXMgbGFuZQ1hbmQgeW91IGNvdWxkIGJlIG15IGJveWZyaWVuZCB5 b3Ugc3VyZWx5IGNhbg1qdXN0IGxldCBtZSBxdWl0IG15IGJveWZyaWVuZCBjYWxsZWQgc3Vw ZXJtYW4NICAgICAgICAgIJNSYXBwZXKScyBEZWxpZ2h0LJQgU3VnYXJoaWxsIEdhbmcNDVJh cCBpcyBub3Qgd3JpdHRlbiBpbiB0aGUgc3RhbmRhcmQgYWNjZW50dWFsLXN5bGxhYmljIG1l dGVycyBvZiBFbmdsaXNoIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHZlcnNlLCBidXQgaXRzIGJhc2ljIG1lYXN1cmUg ZG9lcyBjb21lIG91dCBvZiB0aGUgRW5nbGlzaCB0cmFkaXRpb24uIFJhcCBjaGFyYWN0ZXJp c3RpY2FsbHkgdXNlcyB0aGUgZm91ci1zdHJlc3MsIGFjY2VudHVhbCBsaW5lIHRoYXQgaGFz IGJlZW4gdGhlIG1vc3QgY29tbW9uIG1ldGVyIGZvciBzcG9rZW4gcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkg aW4gRW5nbGlzaCBmcm9tIEFuZ2xvLVNheG9uIHZlcnNlIGFuZCB0aGUgYm9yZGVyIGJhbGxh ZHMgdG8gUm9iZXJ0IFNlcnZpY2UgYW5kIFJ1ZHlhcmQgS2lwbGluZy4gDQ1XaGF0IGlzIGEg d29tYW4gdGhhdCB5b3UgZm9yc2FrZSBoZXIsDUFuZCB0aGUgaGVhcnRoLWZpcmUgYW5kIHRo ZSBob21lLWFjcmUsDVRvIGdvIHdpdGggdGhlIG9sZCBncmV5IFdpZG93LW1ha2VyPw0NU2hl IGhhcyBubyBob3VzZSB0byBsYXkgYSBndWVzdCBpbpcNQnV0IG9uZSBjaGlsbCBiZWQgZm9y IGFsbCB0byByZXN0IGluLA1UaGF0IHRoZSBwYWxlIHN1bnMgYW5kIHRoZSBzdHJheSBiZXJn cyBuZXN0IGluLg0NU2hlIGhhcyBubyBzdHJvbmcgd2hpdGUgYXJtcyB0byBmb2xkIHlvdSwN QnV0IHRoZSB0ZW4tdGltZXMtZmluZ2VyaW5nIHdlZWQgdG8gaG9sZCB5b3WXDU91dCBvbiB0 aGUgcm9ja3Mgd2hlcmUgdGhlIHRpZGUgaGFzIHJvbGxlZCB5b3UuDSAgICAgICAgICBmcm9t IJNIYXJwIFNvbmcgb2YgdGhlIERhbmUgV29tZW4slCANICAgICAgICAgIFJ1ZHlhcmQgS2lw bGluZw1UaGUgZm91ci1zdHJlc3MgbGluZSBpcyBhbHNvIGEgbWV0ZXIgZm91bmQgdGhyb3Vn aG91dCBNb3RoZXIgR29vc2U6IA0NVG9tLCBUb20sIHRoZSBwaXBlcpJzIHNvbiwNU3RvbGUg YSBwaWcgYW5kIGF3YXkgZGlkIHJ1bi4NVGhlIHBpZyB3YXMgZWF0LCBhbmQgVG9tIHdhcyBi ZWF0DVRpbGwgaGUgcnVuIGNyeWluZyBkb3duIHRoZSBzdHJlZXQuDQ1Db3dib3kgcG9ldHJ5 IGFsc28gY2hhcmFjdGVyaXN0aWNhbGx5IGVtcGxveXMgdGhlIHN0cmVzcyBtZXRlcnMgbmF0 aXZlIHRvIEVuZ2xpc2ggcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnksIGJ1dCBpdCB1c3VhbGx5IGVtcGxveXMg bm90IGNvdXBsZXRzIGJ1dCBzb21lIHZhcmlhdGlvbiBvZiB0aGUgdHJhZGl0aW9uYWwgYmFs bGFkIHN0YW56YS4gSGVyZSBpcyB0aGUgYmVnaW5uaW5nIG9mIFdhbGxhY2UgTWNSYWWScyCT VGhlIExlYXNlIEhvdW5kLJQgd2hpY2ggZGVzY3JpYmVzIGEgbWluZXJhbCByaWdodHMgYWdl bnQgdmlzaXRpbmcgYSByYW5jaDogDQ1BIHNoYXJwaWUgaW4gYSBsZWlzdXJlIHN1aXQsDVdp dGggZXllbGV0cyBpbiBoaXMgc2hvZXMsDVdobyBmYWludGx5IHNtZWxsZWQgb2YgdGFsY3Vt DUFuZCBhIGxpdHRsZSBsZXNzIG9mIGJvb3plLA1Ecm92ZSBpbnRvIG15IG5laWdoYm9yknMg eWFyZA1BbmQgZ2luZ2VybHkgZ290IG91dCwNQSBsaXR0bGUgZ2ltcHkgZnJvbSB0aGUgZHJp dmUsDVRoZSBhbHRpdHVkZSwgYW5kIGdvdXQuDQ1JbiBhY2NlbnR1YWwgbWV0ZXIsIHRoZSBw b2V0IGRvZXNuknQgY291bnQgc3lsbGFibGVzLCBvbmx5IHRoZSBzdHJvbmcgc3RyZXNzZXMu IFRoZSB1bnN0cmVzc2VkIHN5bGxhYmxlcyBkb26SdCBtYXR0ZXIgYXMgbG9uZyBhcyB0aGUg bnVtYmVyIG9mIHByaW1hcnkgc3RyZXNzZXMgcmVtYWlucyBjb25zdGFudCBmcm9tIGxpbmUg dG8gbGluZS4gQSBmb3VyLXN0cmVzcyBsaW5lIGNhbiBiZSBhcyBzaG9ydCBhczogDQ0gICAg LyAgICAgICAgLyAgICAgICAgICAgICAvICAgICAgICAgICAvDVRvbSwgVG9tLCB0aGUgcGlw ZXKScyBzb24sDSAgICAgICAgICAoNiBzeWxsYWJsZXMpDU9yIGFzIGxvbmcgYXM6IA0gICAg ICAgICAgIC8gICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAvICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgLyAgICAg ICAgICAgICAgICAgIC8NVGhlIGNvY2uScyBvbiB0aGUgZHVuZ2hpbGwgYS1ibG93aW5nIGhp cyBob3JuDSAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgICAoMTEgc3lsbGFibGVzKQ0NVGhlIG1v cmUgdW5zdHJlc3NlZCBzeWxsYWJsZXMgdXN1YWxseSB0aGUgZmFzdGVyIHRoZSBsaW5lIGlz IHNwb2tlbi4gDQ1SYXAgY29uc2Npb3VzbHkgZXhwbG9pdHMgc3RyZXNzLW1ldGVyknMgYWJp bGl0eSB0byBzdHJldGNoIGFuZCBjb250cmFjdCBpbiBzeWxsYWJsZSBjb3VudC4gSW4gZmFj dCwgcGxheWluZyB0aGUgc3lsbGFibGUgY291bnQgYWdhaW5zdCB0aGUgYmVhdCBpcyB0aGUg YmFzaWMgbWV0cmljYWwgdGVjaG5pcXVlIG9mIHJhcC4gTGlrZSBqYXp6LCByYXAgZXh0cmF2 YWdhbnRseSBzeW5jb3BhdGVzIGEgZmxleGlibGUgcmh5dGhtIGFnYWluc3QgYSBmaXhlZCBt ZXRyaWNhbCBiZWF0IHRoZXJlYnkgdHVybmluZyBhIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIEVuZ2xpc2ggZm9s ayBtZXRlciBpbnRvIHNvbWV0aGluZyBkaXN0aW5jdGl2ZWx5IEFmcmljYW4tQW1lcmljYW4u IEJ5IGhpdHRpbmcgdGhlIG1ldHJpY2FsIGJlYXQgc3Ryb25nbHkgd2hpbGUgZXhwbG9pdGlu ZyBvdGhlciBlbGVtZW50cyBvZiB3b3JkIG11c2ljLCByYXBwZXJzIHBsYXkgaW50ZXJlc3Rp bmcgYW5kIGVsYWJvcmF0ZSBnYW1lcyB3aXRoIHRoZSB0b3RhbCByaHl0aG0gb2YgdGhlaXIg bGluZXMuIEhlcmUgaXMgYSBzeW5jb3BhdGVkIGNvdXBsZXQgZnJvbSBSdW4gRE1DOiANDUhl knMgdGhlIGJldHRlciBvZiB0aGUgYmVzdCwgYmVzdCBiZWxpZXZlIGhlknMgdGhlIGJhZGRl c3QNUGVyZmVjdCB0aW1pbmcgd2hlbiBJkm0gY2xpbWJpbmcgSZJtIHRoZSByaHltaW5nIGFj cm9iYXRpc3QNICAgICAgICAgICAgICAgKDE0IGFuZCAxNiBzeWxsYWJsZXMgcmVzcGVjdGl2 ZWx5KQ0NUmFwIHBlcmZvcm1lcnMgYXJlIG5vdCB1bmF3YXJlIG9mIHRoZWlyIGNvbm5lY3Rp b24gdG8gdGhlIHRyYWRpdGlvbiBvZiBFbmdsaXNoIHNwb2tlbiB2ZXJzZS4gSGVyZSBhcmUg YSBmZXcgbGluZXMgZnJvbSBSdW4gRE1DknMgk1BldGVyIFBpcGVylDogDQ1MaWtlIHRoZSBi dXRjaGVyLCB0aGUgYmFrZXIsIGFuZCB0aGUgY2FuZGxlc3RpY2sgbWFrZXINSGWScyBhIG1h a2VyLCBhIGJyZWFrZXIsIGFuZCBhIHRpdGxlIHRha2VyDUxpa2UgdGhlIGxpdHRsZSBvbGQg bGFkeSB3aG8gbGl2ZWQgaW4gYSBzaG9lDUlmIGN1dHMgd2VyZSBraWRzIGhlIHdvdWxkIGJl IHRocm91Z2gNTm90IGx5aW5nIHmSYWxsIGhlknMgdGhlIGJlc3QgSSBrbm93DUFuZCBpZiBJ IGxpZSBteSBub3NlIHdpbGwgZ3Jvdw1MaWtlIGEgbGl0dGxlIHdvb2RlbiBib3kgbmFtZWQg UGlub2NjaGlvDUFuZCB5b3UgYWxsIGtub3cgaG93IHRoZSBzdG9yeSBnbw0NSWYgcmFwIHdl cmUgYSB3cml0dGVuIGZvcm0gb2YgcG9ldHJ5LCBpdHMgY29tcGxleCBzeW5jb3BhdGlvbiB3 b3VsZCBmcmVxdWVudGx5IHB1c2ggdGhlIG1ldGVyIHRvIGEgYnJlYWtpbmcgcG9pbnQuIEEg cmVhZGVyIHdvdWxkIG5vdCBhbHdheXMga25vdyBleGFjdGx5IHdoZXJlIHRoZSBzdHJvbmcg c3RyZXNzZXMgZmVsbC4gU2VlIGhvdyBkaWZmaWN1bHQgaXQgaXMgdG8gZGlzY2VybiB0aGUg Zm91ciBzdHJvbmcgc3RyZXNzZXMgaW4gdGhlIGZpcnN0IFJ1biBETUMgY291cGxldCBxdW90 ZWQsIHNpbXBseSBmcm9tIHRoZSBwcmludGVkIHRleHQsIHdoaWNoIEkgaGF2ZSBwdXJwb3Nl bHkgbGVmdCB1bnNjYW5uZWQuIExpa2V3aXNlIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHNjaG9sYXJzIG9mdGVuIGhh dmUgZW5vcm1vdXMgZGlmZmljdWx0eSBpbiBzY2FubmluZyBNb3RoZXIgR29vc2Ugcmh5bWVz IG9uIHRoZSBwYWdll3VubGVzcyB0aGV5IGFjY2VwdCB0aGUgcGVyZm9ybWF0aXZlIHRyYWRp dGlvbiBvZiBzY2hvb2x5YXJkIHJlY2l0YXRpb25zIHdoaWNoIHBsYWNlIHRoZSBiZWF0cyBz cXVhcmVseSBvbiBjZXJ0YWluIHN5bGxhYmxlcy4gQW5nbG8tU2F4b24gcG9ldHMgdW5kZXJz dG9vZCB0aGUgcHJvYmxlbSBpbmhlcmVudCBpbiBzdHJvbmctc3RyZXNzIHZlcnNlLiBUaGF0 IGlzIGF0IGxlYXN0IG9uZSByZWFzb24gd2h5IHRoZXkgYWRkZWQgYWxsaXRlcmF0aW9uIHRv IHJlaW5mb3JjZSB0aGUgbWV0ZXIuIEluIHJhcCB0aGUgbWV0ZXIgaXMgYWxzbyBlbmZvcmNl ZCBieSB3aGF0IGl0cyBwZXJmb3JtZXJzIGNhbGwgk3RoZSBiZWF0LJQgdXN1YWxseSBhIHBy ZXJlY29yZGVkIGRpZ2l0YWxseSBzYW1wbGVkIHJoeXRobS10cmFjay4gVHJhZGl0aW9uYWwg cHJvc29keSBkZXNjcmliZXMgdGhlIHJoeXRobSBvZiBwb2V0cnkgYXMgdGhlIG1lYW5pbmdm dWwgY291bnRlcnBvaW50IG9mIHNwZWVjaCBwYXR0ZXJuIGFnYWluc3QgYSBmaXhlZCBhYnN0 cmFjdCBtZXRlci4gVGhhdCBzYW1lIHByaW5jaXBsZSBvZiBleHByZXNzaXZlIGNvdW50ZXJw b2ludCBpcyBxdWl0ZSBsaXRlcmFsbHkgd2hhdCByYXAgZG9lcyBhbmQgaXRzIGF1ZGllbmNl IGhlYXJzIGFuZCBlbmpveXMuDQ1JbmZsdWVuY2VkIGJ5IHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmWScyBoYWJp dCBvZiBzaWxlbnQgcmVhZGluZyBhbmQgaXRzIHR5cG9ncmFwaGljYWwgYmlhcyB0b3dhcmQg YSB0ZXh0knMgdmlzdWFsIGlkZW50aXR5IG9uIHRoZSBwYWdlLCBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgbGl0 ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHMgb2Z0ZW4gbmVnbGVjdCBvciB1bmRlcnBsYXkgdGhlIGF1ZGl0b3J5IGVs ZW1lbnRzIG9mIHRoZWlyIHZlcnNlLiBUb28gb3ZlcnQgb3IgYXBwcmVoZW5zaWJsZSBhIHZl cmJhbCBwYXR0ZXJuIHNlZW1zIG9sZC1mYXNoaW9uZWQgdG8gbWFueSBwb2V0cy4gRXZlbiB3 aGVuIHRoZXkgZW1wbG95IG5ldyBvciB0cmFkaXRpb25hbCBhdWRpdG9yeSBmb3JtcywgdGhl eSBvZnRlbiB0b25lIGRvd24gdGhlIG11c2ljYWwgZWZmZWN0cyBieSBkZWxpYmVyYXRlbHkg ZmxhdHRlbmluZyB0aGUgcmh5dGhtcywgYXZvaWRpbmcgZW5kLXN0b3BwZWQgbGluZXMsIGFu ZCBlbGltaW5hdGluZyBub3RpY2VhYmxlIGFsbGl0ZXJhdGlvbiBvciBhc3NvbmFuY2UuIElm IHRoZXkgdmVudHVyZSByaHltZSwgdGhhdCBtb3N0IGNvbnNwaWN1b3VzIGF1ZGl0b3J5IHRl Y2huaXF1ZSBvZiB2ZXJzZSwgdGhleSBvZnRlbiBwbGF5IGl0IGRvd24gYXMgd2VsbCBieSBi dXJ5aW5nIGl0IGluIHJ1bi1vbiBsaW5lcyBvciBzdWJzdGl0dXRpbmcgc2xhbnQgYW5kIGhh bGYtcmh5bWVzLg0NVGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRzLCBieSBjb250cmFzdCwgZmxhbWJv eWFudGx5IGRpc3BsYXkgdGhlaXIgbWV0cmljYWwgc2NoZW1lcy4gSW4gdGhlIGFlc3RoZXRp YyBvZiByYXAsIGZvciBpbnN0YW5jZSwgdGhlIHN0cm9uZ2VyIHRoZSBiZWF0LCB0aGUgbW9y ZSBleHRyYXZhZ2FudCB0aGUgcmh5bWUsIHRoZSBtb3JlIGVsYWJvcmF0ZSB0aGUgcGF0dGVy biBza2lsbGZ1bGx5IGRlcGxveWVkLCB0aGUgYmV0dGVyIHRoZSBwb2VtLiBJbiBpdHMgcXVp ZXRlciB3YXksIGNvd2JveSBwb2V0cnkgdGFrZXMgZXF1YWxseSBvdmVydCBkZWxpZ2h0IGlu IGl0cyBmb3JtYWwgZWxlbWVudHMuIFRoZSBvc3RlbnRhdGlvdXMgZGlzcGxheSBvZiB0aGVz ZSBmb3JtcyBvbmNlIGFnYWluIGxpbmtzIHRoZW0gdG8gdGhlIGNlbGVicml0eSBjdWx0dXJl IG9mIHRoZSBBbWVyaWNhbiBlbnRlcnRhaW5tZW50IGluZHVzdHJ5LiBUaGUgcGVyc29uYWxp dGllcyBvZiB0aGUgcGVyZm9ybWVycyBuZWVkIHRvIGJlIHByb2plY3RlZCBhcyBzdHJvbmds eSBhcyBwb3NzaWJsZSwgYmVjYXVzZSBpbiBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSB0aGVyZSBpcyBubyBhYnNv bHV0ZSBzZXBhcmF0aW9uIGJldHdlZW4gdGhlIHNpbmdlciBhbmQgdGhlIHNvbmcsIHRoZSBh Y3RvciBhbmQgdGhlIHNjcmlwdCwgb3IgdGhlIHBvZXQgYW5kIHRoZSBwb2VtLg0NVGhlIHVu YWJhc2hlZCBzdHlsaXphdGlvbiBvZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5IGRlbW9uc3Ry YXRlcyB0d28gYmFzaWMgZmVhdHVyZXMgb2Ygb3JhbCBwb2V0cnkuIEZpcnN0IG9mIGFsbCwg aXQgYWx3YXlzIHJldmVscyBpbiBpdHMgb3duIGZvcm1hbCBlbGVtZW50cy4gV2h5PyBCZWNh dXNlIHRoYXQgb3ZlcnQgc3R5bGl6YXRpb24gZGlzdGluZ3Vpc2hlcyBpdCBmcm9tIG9yZGlu YXJ5IHNwZWVjaC4gRm9ybSBpcyBob3cgb3JhbCB2ZXJzZSBhbm5vdW5jZXMgaXRzIHNwZWNp YWwgc3RhdHVzIGFzIGFydC4gSW4gdGhlIHNhbWUgd2F5IHRoYXQgYW4gZWFybHkgTW9kZXJu aXN0IHBvZW0gaW4gZnJlZSB2ZXJzZSBkaXN0aW5ndWlzaGVzIGl0c2VsZiBmcm9tIHByb3Nl IGJ5IGNlcnRhaW4gdHlwb2dyYXBoaWNhbCBjb252ZW50aW9ucyBzdWNoIGFzIGVtcHR5IHNw YWNlIGFuZCBsaW5lIGJyZWFrcyB0aGF0IHZpc3VhbGx5IGRpc3J1cHQgdGhlIHN0YW5kYXJk IHBhZ2UgcnVsZSBvZiB0aGUgcmlnaHQtaGFuZCBtYXJnaW4sIG9yYWwgcG9ldHJ5IHVzZXMg YXBwcmVoZW5zaWJsZSBhdWRpdG9yeSBwYXR0ZXJucywgc3VjaCBhcyByaHltZSBhbmQgbWV0 ZXIsIHRvIGNvbW1hbmQgdGhlIHNwZWNpYWwgYXR0ZW50aW9uIGFuIGF1ZGllbmNlIGdpdmVz IHRvIHRoZSBoZWlnaHRlbmVkIGZvcm0gb2Ygc3BlZWNoIGtub3duIGFzIHBvZXRyeS4NDVNl Y29uZCwgb3JhbCBwb2V0cnkgdW5kZXJzdGFuZHOXYXMgZG9lcyBhbGwgcG9wdWxhciBhcnSX dGhhdCBtdWNoIG9mIGl0cyBwb3dlciBjb21lcyBmcm9tIHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSB1bmRlcnN0 YW5kaW5nIGV4YWN0bHkgdGhlIHJ1bGVzIHRoZSBhcnRpc3QgZm9sbG93cy4gUG9wdWxhciBh cnQgaXMgYSBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSB0aGF0IGZlZWRzLCB0ZWFzZXMsIGZydXN0cmF0ZXMsIGFu ZCBmdWxmaWxscyB0aGUgZXhwZWN0YXRpb25zIG9mIHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZS4gSW4gdGhpcyBz aXR1YXRpb24sIHRoZSBhcnRpc3QgbXVzdCBkZW1vbnN0cmF0ZSBoaXMgb3IgaGVyIGNvbnNw aWN1b3VzIHNraWxsIHRvIGRvIHNvbWV0aGluZyBiZXR0ZXIgdGhhbiB0aGUgbWVtYmVycyBv ZiB0aGUgYXVkaWVuY2UgY291bGQgbWFuYWdlIGFuZCB0byBlbmdhZ2UsIG1vdmUsIHN1cnBy aXNlLCBhbmQgZGVsaWdodCB0aGUgYXVkaWVuY2Ugd2l0aGluIHByZWRldGVybWluZWQgY29u dmVudGlvbnMuIFdpdGhvdXQga25vd2luZyBhbnl0aGluZyBhYm91dCB0aGUgZXR5bW9sb2d5 IG9mIEVuZ2xpc2ggd29yZHMsIHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBmb3IgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHZl cnNlIHVuZGVyc3RhbmRzIHRoYXQgcG9ldHJ5IGxpa2UgaXRzIEdyZWVrIHJvb3QgcG9lc2lz IGlzIHNvbWV0aGluZyBtYWRlIGFuZCB0aGF0IHRoZSBwb2V0LCBsaWtlIHRoZSBtZWRpZXZh bCBFbmdsaXNoIHN5bm9ueW0sIG1ha2FyLCBtdXN0IGJlIGl0cyBtYWtlci4gVGhlIHB1cnBv c2Ugb2YgYXJ0IGlzIG5vdCB0byBkZW55IGFydGlmaWNlIGJ1dCB0byBtYW5hZ2UgaXQgc28g d2VsbCB0aGF0IGl0IGFwcGVhcnMgaW5ldml0YWJsZS4NDUZpbmFsbHksIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9w dWxhciBwb2V0cnkgZGlmZmVyZW50aWF0ZXMgaXRzZWxmIGZyb20gbWFpbnN0cmVhbSBwb2V0 cnkgaW4gdGhlIG1vc3QgcmFkaWNhbCB3YXkgaW1hZ2luYWJsZZdieSBhdHRyYWN0aW5nIGEg aHVnZSwgcGF5aW5nIHB1YmxpYy4gSW4gYSBjdWx0dXJlIHdoZXJlIGhpZ2gtYXJ0IHBvZXRy eSByZXF1aXJlcyBzdGF0ZSBzdWJzaWR5LCBwcml2YXRlIHN1cHBvcnQsIGFuZCBhY2FkZW1p YyBzdWJ2ZW50aW9uIHRvIHN1cnZpdmUsIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciB2ZXJzZSBzaGFtZWxl c3NseSB0aHJpdmVzIGluIHRoZSBtYXJrZXRwbGFjZS4gUmFwIGhhcyBhbHJlYWR5IGJlY29t ZSBhIG1ham9yIGJyYW5jaCBvZiBjb21tZXJjaWFsIGVudGVydGFpbm1lbnQuIEl0IHdvdWxk IGJlIG5vIGV4YWdnZXJhdGlvbiB0byBzYXkgdGhhdCByYXAgaXMgdGhlIG9ubHkgZm9ybSBv ZiB2ZXJzZZdpbmRlZWQgcGVyaGFwcyB0aGUgb25seSBsaXRlcmFyeSBmb3JtIG9mIGFueSBr aW5kl3RydWx5IHBvcHVsYXIgYW1vbmcgQW1lcmljYW4geW91dGggb2YgYWxsIHJhY2VzLiBJ ZiB0aGVyZSBpcyBhIG5ldyBnZW5lcmF0aW9uIG9mIHJlYWRlcnMgZW1lcmdpbmcgaW4gQW1l cmljYSwgcmFwIHdpbGwgYmUgb25lIG9mIGl0cyBmb3JtYXRpdmUgZXhwZXJpZW5jZXOXanVz dCBhcyBqYXp6IG9yIG1vdmllcyB3ZXJlIHRvIGVhcmxpZXIgZ2VuZXJhdGlvbnMuIENvd2Jv eSBwb2V0cnkgaXMgbm90IGFuIGludGVybmF0aW9uYWwgb3IgZXZlbiBuYXRpb25hbCBwaGVu b21lbm9uLCBidXQgaXQgcmVwcmVzZW50cyBhIG1ham9yIHJlZ2lvbmFsIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBy ZXNlbmNlLiBDb3dib3kgcG9ldHJ5IHBsYXlzIHRvIGNhcGFjaXR5IGF1ZGllbmNlcyBhY3Jv c3MgdGhlIFdlc3QuIE5vdCBvbmx5IGhhcyBpdCByZXZpdmlmaWVkIGFuIGVuZGFuZ2VyZWQg cnVyYWwgdHJhZGl0aW9uOyBpdCBub3cgaGFzIGF0dHJhY3RlZCBodWdlIG51bWJlcnMgb2Yg dW5pdmVyc2l0eS10cmFpbmVkIHdyaXRlcnMgd2hvIHZpZXcgaXQgYXMgYSB2aWFibGUgcG9w dWxpc3Qgc3R5bGUsIHBlcmhhcHMgdGhlIGZpcnN0IHdpZGVseSBhY2Nlc3NpYmxlIHBvZXRp YyBtb3ZlbWVudCBzaW5jZSB0aGUgTWlkd2VzdGVybiBwb3B1bGlzdCBicmFuZCBvZiBlYXJs eSBNb2Rlcm5pc20sIGV4ZW1wbGlmaWVkIGJ5IFNhbmRidXJnLCBMaW5kc2F5LCBhbmQgTWFz dGVycy4gUG9ldHJ5IHNsYW1zIGZpbGwgYmFycyBhbmQgY2Fm6XMgdGhyb3VnaG91dCBBbWVy aWNhLiBBbGwgdGhyZWUgZm9ybXMgbm93IGFwcGVhciBvbiB0ZWxldmlzaW9uIGFuZCByYWRp byB3aXRoIGVxdWFsIG9yIGdyZWF0ZXIgZnJlcXVlbmN5IHRoYW4gbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5 Lg0NQSBza2VwdGljYWwgY3JpdGljIGNvdWxkLCBvZiBjb3Vyc2UsIGludGVycHJldCB0aGUg cG9wdWxhcml0eSBvZiB0aGUgbmV3IGZvcm1zIHRvIHRoZSBkZWJhc2VkIHRhc3RlIG9mIHRo ZSBBbWVyaWNhbiBwdWJsaWMsIGNvcnJ1cHRlZCBieSBtYXNzIG1lZGlhLCBpZ25vcmFudCBv ZiBncmVhdCBsaXRlcmF0dXJlLCBvYnNlc3NlZCBieSBub3ZlbHR5LCBhbmQgdW53aWxsaW5n IHRvIGV4ZXJ0IHRoZSBtZW50YWwgZW5lcmd5IG5lY2Vzc2FyeSB0byBlbmdhZ2Ugd2l0aCBz ZXJpb3VzIHBvZXRyeS4gVGhlcmUgaXMgc29tZSB0cnV0aCBpbiBzdWNoIGEgZGlyZSBhc3Nl c3NtZW50LiBPdXIgY29tbWVyY2lhbGl6ZWQsIGVudGVydGFpbm1lbnQtb3JpZW50ZWQgdGVs ZXZpc2lvbi1iYXNlZCBjdWx0dXJlIGhhcyBjaGVhcGVuZWQgYW5kIHRyaXZpYWxpemVkIGFs bCBmb3JtcyBvZiBwdWJsaWMgZGlzY291cnNlLiBMaWtlIHZpcnR1YWxseSBldmVyeXRoaW5n IGVsc2UgaW4gY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IG1hc3MgY3VsdHVyZSwgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBv ZXRyeSByZXNlbWJsZXMgZW50ZXJ0YWlubWVudCBtb3JlIHRoYW4gYXJ0LiBJdCBjb3VydHMg aXRzIGF1ZGllbmNlIHRvbyBhc3NpZHVvdXNseS4gSXQgbW9yZSBvZnRlbiBwcm9qZWN0cyB0 aGUgZmFudGFzaWVzIG9mIGl0cyBjb25zdW1lcnMgdGhhbiBpdCBjaGFsbGVuZ2VzIHRoZWly IGltYWdpbmF0aW9uLg0NQWxsIHRoZXNlIGNyaXRpY2lzbXMgbWF5IGJlIHRydWUsIGJ1dCBp ZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvZXRyeZJzIGF1ZGllbmNlIGlzIHRydWx5IHNvIGxhenksIHVuaW5mb3Jt ZWQsIGFuZCB1bmRpc2Nlcm5pbmcsIHdoeSBpc26SdCBpdCBqdXN0IHN0YXlpbmcgYXQgaG9t ZSB3YXRjaGluZyBjYWJsZT8gV2h5IGhhdmUgdGhlc2UgbmV3IGZvcm1zIG9mIHZlcnNlIHBy b3ZlbiBzbyBpbW1lZGlhdGVseSBlbmdhZ2luZyBhbmQgaW1wb3J0YW50IHRvIHNvIG1hbnkg cGVvcGxlPyBXaHkgZG8gV2VzdGVybmVycyBkcml2ZSBodW5kcmVkcyBvZiBtaWxlcyB0byBh dHRlbmQgY293Ym95IHBvZXRyeSBmZXN0aXZhbHM/IFdoeSBkbyB0ZWVuYWdlcnMgbGVhcm4g bGVuZ3RoeSBhbmQgaW50cmljYXRlIHJhcHMgYnkgaGVhcnQ/IFBlcmhhcHMsIGJleW9uZCB0 aGUgb2J2aW91cyBhbmQgaW5kaXNwdXRhYmxlIHNob3J0Y29taW5ncyBvZiB0aGUgbmV3IGZv cm1zLCB3ZSBhcmUgYWxzbyBzZWVpbmcgc29tZXRoaW5nIGF0IGxlYXN0IHNsaWdodGx5IHJl YXNzdXJpbmeXYSBsYXJnZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBodW5ncnkgZm9yIHdoYXQgcG9ldHJ5IHByb3Zp ZGVzLiBJZiB0aGF0IGF1ZGllbmNlIGlzIHNvIGFsaWVuYXRlZCBmcm9tIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBv ZXRyeSwgYm90aCB0cmFkaXRpb25hbCBhbmQgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5LCB0aGF0IGl0IGRvZXMg bm90IGxvb2sgYmV5b25kIHRoZSBvcHRpb25zIG9mZmVyZWQgYnkgcG9wdWxhciBjdWx0dXJl LCB3ZSBzaG91bGQgbm90IGJsYW1lIHRoZW0gd2l0aG91dCBhbHNvIHF1ZXN0aW9uaW5nIHRo ZSBlZHVjYXRpb25hbCBzeXN0ZW0gdGhhdCB0cmFpbmVkIHRoZW0gYW5kIHRoZSBsaXRlcmFy eSBjdWx0dXJlIHRoYXQgaGFzIGxlZnQgdGhlbSBib3JlZCBhbmQgaW5kaWZmZXJlbnQuDVdo eSBzcGVuZCBzbyBtdWNoIHRpbWUgYW5hbHl6aW5nIHBvcHVsYXIgdmVyc2Ugc28gc2VyaW91 c2x5IGlmIG9uZSBtYWtlcyBubyBzcGVjaWFsIGNsYWltcyBmb3IgaXRzIGFydGlzdGljIGRp c3RpbmN0aW9uPyBObywgSSBkbyBub3QgY29uc2lkZXIgQnVzdGEgUmh5bWVzIGFuZCBKYXkt WiB0aGUgV2FsbGFjZSBTdGV2ZW5zIGFuZCBULiBTLiBFbGlvdCBkZSBub3Mgam91cnMsIGJ1 dCBJIGRvIGluc2lzdCB0aGF0IHRoZWlyIGNyZWF0aXZlIG1ldGhvZHMsIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNl IHRlY2huaXF1ZXMsIGFuZCBwdWJsaWMgcmVjZXB0aW9uIGlsbHVtaW5hdGUgdGhlIHdvcmxk IG9mIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBpbiB3YXlzIHRoYXQgY29udmVudGlvbmFsIGZyYW1lcyBv ZiByZWZlcmVuY2UgZG8gbm90LiBJIGFsc28gdW5kZXJzdGFuZCB0aGF0IGEgY3JpdGljIHJp c2tzIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbCBkZXJpc2lvbiBieSBkaXNjdXNzaW5nIHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5 IG9uIGl0cyBvd24gdGVybXMgd2l0aG91dCBmaXJzdCBjbG90aGluZyBpdCBpbiBhbiBlbGVn YW50IGlkZW9sb2dpY2FsIHdhcmRyb2JlLCBwcmVmZXJhYmx5IGltcG9ydGVkIGZyb20gUGFy aXMuIEJ1dCB0aGVyZSBhcmUgb2RkIHRoaW5ncyBjdXJyZW50bHkgaGFwcGVuaW5nIGluIHRo ZSBwb2V0cnkgd29ybGSXYm90aCBoaWdoIGFuZCBsb3eXdGhhdCBkb26SdCBtYWtlIHNlbnNl IGluIGNvbnZlbnRpb25hbCB0ZXJtcywgYW5kIHRoZSBrZXkgdG8gdW5kZXJzdGFuZGluZyB0 aGVzZSBldmVudHMgbGllcyBpbiB0aGUgaW5ub3ZhdGl2ZSBuYXR1cmUgb2YgbmV3IHBvcHVs YXIgcG9ldHJ5Lg0NVkkuIFRoZSBOZXcgTGl0ZXJhcnkgUG9ldHJ5DQ1TdHVkeWluZyBhIGZh bWlsaWFyIHN1YmplY3QgZnJvbSBhIG5ldyBwZXJzcGVjdGl2ZSBvZnRlbiBmb3JjZXMgb25l IHRvIG1ha2Ugc3VycHJpc2luZyBhbmQgcmFkaWNhbCByZWFzc2Vzc21lbnRzLiBGZW1pbmlz dCBjcml0aWNpc20sIGZvciBpbnN0YW5jZSwgc2lnbmlmaWNhbnRseSBhbHRlcmVkIG91ciBz ZW5zZSBvZiB0aGUgbGl0ZXJhcnkgdHJhZGl0aW9ul25vdCBzbyBtdWNoIGJ5IHN1Z2dlc3Rp bmcgc3VidGxlIGludGVycHJldGl2ZSBzdHJhdGVnaWVzIHRvIG9sZGVyIHdvcmtzIGJ1dCBi eSBhc2tpbmcgYmlnLCBvYnZpb3VzIHF1ZXN0aW9ucyBhYm91dCBjb252ZW50aW9ucyB0aGF0 IHdlcmUgb25jZSB0YWtlbiBmb3IgZ3JhbnRlZC4gQWZ0ZXIgY29uc2lkZXJpbmcgc29tZSBm ZWF0dXJlcyBvZiB0aGUgbmV3IHBvcHVsYXIgcG9ldHJ5LCBJIHdvdWxkIHN1Z2dlc3QgdGhh dCB0aGUgc2VlbWluZ2x5IGZhbWlsaWFyIHdvcmxkIG9mIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSB3aWxs IGJlZ2luIHRvIGxvb2sgc2xpZ2h0bHkgZGlmZmVyZW50LiBUaGUgZm91ciB0cmVuZHMgdGhh dCBhcHBlYXIgc28gb2J2aW91cyBpbiByYXAsIGNvd2JveSBwb2V0cnksIGFuZCBwb2V0cnkg c2xhbXOXaXRzIHJlbGlhbmNlIG9uIG9yYWwgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UsIGl0cyBub24tYWNhZGVt aWMgb3JpZ2lucywgaXRzIHJldml2YWwgb2YgYXVkaXRvcnkgZm9ybSwgYW5kIGl0cyBwb3B1 bGFyIGFwcGVhbJdhbHNvIGV4aXN0IGxlc3Mgb3ZlcnRseSBpbiB0aGUgZXN0YWJsaXNoZWQg bGl0ZXJhcnkgd29ybGQuDQ1MaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgaGFzIG5vdCB5ZXQgYmVlbiBpbmZs dWVuY2VkIGJ5IHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnmXYWx0aG91Z2ggdGhhdCBpcyBzdGFy dGluZyB0byBoYXBwZW4gYW1vbmcgeW91bmcgd3JpdGVyc5didXQgaXQgaXMgY2hhbmdpbmcg aW4gc2ltaWxhciB3YXlzLiBKdXN0IGFzIGVpZ2h0eSB5ZWFycyBhZ28gdGhlIHRlY2hub2xv Z3kgb2YgZmlsbSBzdWdnZXN0ZWQgbmV3IG1ldGhvZHMgb2YgdGVsbGluZyBzdG9yaWVzIGlu IHByb3NlIGFuZCB0aGVyZWJ5IGluZmx1ZW5jZWQgdGhlIGNvdXJzZSBvZiBtb2Rlcm4gZmlj dGlvbpdib3RoIHBvcHVsYXIgYW5kIGxpdGVyYXJ5l3RoZSBicm9hZGVyIHRlY2hub2xvZ2lj YWwgYW5kIGN1bHR1cmFsIGZvcmNlcyB0aGF0IGNyZWF0ZWQgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgYXJl IHJlc2hhcGluZyB0aGUgY291cnNlIG9mIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeS4NDVRoZSBtb3N0IGNv bnNwaWN1b3VzIGRpZmZlcmVuY2UgYmV0d2VlbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgYW5kIHRoZSBu ZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkgaXMgdGhhdCBvbmUgaXMgd3JpdHRlbiBhbmQgdGhlIG90aGVy IHByZWRvbWluYW50bHkgb3JhbC4gVGhvc2UgZmVhdHVyZXMgc2VlbSBpcnJlY29uY2lsYWJs ZSwgZG8gdGhleSBub3Q/IEFuZCB5ZXQsIHdobyB3b3VsZCBkaXNwdXRlIHRoYXQgdGhlIGNv bnRlbXBvcmFyeSBBbWVyaWNhbiBwb2V0knMgcHJpbWFyeSBtZWFucyBvZiBwdWJsaWNhdGlv biBpcyBub3cgb3JhbJduYW1lbHkgdGhlIHBvZXRyeSByZWFkaW5nPyBQb2V0cyBvZiBldmVy eSBzY2hvb2wgbm93IHJlYWNoIG1vcmUgcGVvcGxlIHRocm91Z2ggb3JhbCBwZXJmb3JtYW5j ZZdpbiBwZXJzb24sIGJ5IGJyb2FkY2FzdCwgdGhyb3VnaCB2aWRlbyBvciBhdWRpbyByZWNv cmRpbmeXdGhhbiB0aGV5IGdlbmVyYWxseSBkbyB0aHJvdWdoIHByaW50LiBCb29rcyByZW1h aW4gdGhlIGJhc2ljIG1lZGl1bSBmb3IgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LCBidXQgcGFyYWRveGlj YWxseSBhbiBhdXRob3KScyBwcmludCByZWFkZXJzaGlwIG5vdyBoZWF2aWx5IGRlcGVuZHMg b24gYXR0cmFjdGluZyBhbiBhdWRpZW5jZSBpbml0aWFsbHkgdGhyb3VnaCBvcmFsIHBlcmZv cm1hbmNlLg0NVGhlIHBvZXRyeSByZWFkaW5nIGlzIG5vdCBhIHJlY2VudCBwaGVub21lbm9u LiBSb21hbiBwb2V0cyBwdWJsaXNoZWQgdGhlaXIgY2FyZWZ1bGx5IGNvbXBvc2VkIHdyaXR0 ZW4gd29yayBieSByZWNpdGluZyBpdCBiZWZvcmUgYSBzbWFsbCBhdWRpZW5jZS4gRWRnYXIg QWxsYW4gUG9lIHJlYWQgaGlzIHBvZW1zIHRvIGEgcGF5aW5nIHB1YmxpYy4gRHlsYW4gVGhv bWFzIGZhbW91c2x5IHRvdXJlZCBBbWVyaWNhLiBCdXQgb3ZlciB0aGUgcGFzdCB0d2VudHkg eWVhcnMgdGhlcmUgaGFzIGJlZW4gYSBmdW5kYW1lbnRhbCBjaGFuZ2UgaW4gdGhlIHJvbGUg cG9ldHJ5IHJlYWRpbmdzIHBsYXkgaW4gbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVyZS4gVW50aWwgcmVjZW50 bHkgcG9ldHMgbWFkZSB0aGVpciByZXB1dGF0aW9ucyBwcmltYXJpbHkgdGhyb3VnaCBwcmlu dC4gUHVibGljIHJlYWRpbmdzIHdlcmUgYW4gZXN0ZWVtZWQgYnV0IGFuY2lsbGFyeSBhY3Rp dml0eSwgc29tZXRoaW5nIGFuIGVzdGFibGlzaGVkIHBvZXQgbWlnaHQgZG8gc3B1cnJlZCBi eSB2YW5pdHksIGFtYml0aW9uLCBvciBhIHNob3J0YWdlIG9mIGZ1bmRzLiBSb2JpbnNvbiBK ZWZmZXJzLCBmb3IgZXhhbXBsZSwgZ2F2ZSBoaXMgZmlyc3QgcHVibGljIHJlYWRpbmdzIGlu IGhpcyBtaWQtZmlmdGllcyBvbmx5IHRvIHBheSB0aGUgcHJvcGVydHkgdGF4ZXMgb24gaGlz IGhvbWUuIFRoYXQgd2FzIHRoZSBmaXJzdCBhbmQgb25seSB0aW1lIGhpcyBwcmludCBhdWRp ZW5jZSBzYXcgYW5kIGhlYXJkIGhpbSBzcGVhayBoaXMgcG9lbXMgYWxvdWQuIFJlY29yZGlu Z3Mgb2YgdGhlIGdyZWF0IE1vZGVybmlzdCBtYXN0ZXJzIGxpa2UgV2FsbGFjZSBTdGV2ZW5z LCBXaWxsaWFtIENhcmxvcyBXaWxsaWFtcywgTWFyaWFubmUgTW9vcmUsIGFuZCBldmVuIGUu IGUuIGN1bW1pbmdzIHJldmVhbCBob3cgYXdrd2FyZGx5IG1vc3Qgb2YgdGhlbSBmYWNlZCB0 aGUgdGFzayBvZiByZWFkaW5nIHRoZWlyIHZlcnNlIGFsb3VkLiCTVGhlIHB1YmxpYyByZWFk aW5nIG9mIHBvZXRyeSyUIGdydW1ibGVkIFN0ZXZlbnMsIJNpcyBzb21ldGhpbmcgcGFydGlj dWxhcmx5IGdoYXN0bHkulCBPbmx5IFQuIFMuIEVsaW90IGFuZCBSb2JlcnQgRnJvc3Qgc2Vl bSBhdCBob21lIGluIG9yYWwgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UuDQ1UaGUgTW9kZXJuaXN0cyB3ZXJlIGJv cm4gaW4gdGhlIGxhc3QgdGhyZWUgZGVjYWRlcyBvZiB0aGUgbmluZXRlZW50aCBjZW50dXJ5 LiBGb3IgdGhlbSB0aGUgdHlwZXdyaXRlciwgdGhlIHNpbGVudCBmaWxtLCBhbmQgdGhlIGdy YW1vcGhvbmUgd2VyZSBuZXcgdGVjaG5vbG9neS4gUG9ldHJ5IHJlYWRpbmdzIGJlZ2FuIHRv IHByb2xpZmVyYXRlIGluIHRoZSBlYXJseSAxOTYwcyB3aXRoIHRoZSByaXNlIG9mIHRoZSBC ZWF0cyB3aG8gd2VyZSBpbiB0aGUgZmlyc3QgZ2VuZXJhdGlvbiB0byBleHBlcmllbmNlIHJh ZGlvIGFuZCB0YWxraW5nIGZpbG1zIGZyb20gY2hpbGRob29kLiBBdCBmaXJzdCBwb2V0cnkg cmVhZGluZ3Mgc3VwcGxlbWVudGVkIHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUgYnkgcHJvdmlkaW5nIGEgbG9j YWwgcHVibGljIGZvcnVtIHRvIGNlbGVicmF0ZSBwb2V0cnksIG1vc3RseSBpbiB1bml2ZXJz aXRpZXMsIGJ1dCBncmFkdWFsbHksIGFzIHRoZSBwb2V0cnkgc3ViY3VsdHVyZSBiZWdhbiBw cm9kdWNpbmcgbW9yZSBwb2V0cyB0aGFuIGFueW9uZSBjb3VsZCBwb3NzaWJseSByZWFkIG9y IHJldmlldywgdGhlaXIgcG9zaXRpb24gY2hhbmdlZC4gUmVhZGluZ3MgYmVjYW1lIHRoZSBw cmltYXJ5IG1lYW5zIGJ5IHdoaWNoIHRoZSBsaXRlcmFyeSBwdWJsaWMgZmlyc3QgZW5jb3Vu dGVyZWQgYW5kIGFzc2Vzc2VkIG5ldyBwb2V0cnkuDQ1Ub2RheSBmb3IgdGhlIGZpcnN0IHRp bWUgaW4gdGhlIGhpc3Rvcnkgb2YgQW1lcmljYW4gbGl0ZXJhdHVyZSwgaXQgd291bGQgYmUg ZGlmZmljdWx0IGZvciBhIG5ldyBwb2V0IHRvIGJ1aWxkIGFuZCBzdXN0YWluIGEgc2lnbmlm aWNhbnQgcmVwdXRhdGlvbiBvbiBwcmludCBhbG9uZS4gQSBwb2V0IHN0aWxsIG5lZWRzIHRv IHB1Ymxpc2ggYm9va3MuIFRoZXkgcmVtYWluIHRoZSBtaW5pbWFsIHByZXJlcXVpc2l0ZSBm b3IgdmlzaWJpbGl0eSBhbmQgY3JlZGliaWxpdHkgaW4gbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVyZS4gQnV0 IGluIGEgc29jaWV0eSB3aXRoIHRvbyBtYW55IGJvb2tzIGFuZCB0b28gbGl0dGxlIHRpbWUg Zm9yIHJlYWRpbmcsIGVzcGVjaWFsbHkgc2VyaW91cyBsaXRlcmFyeSByZWFkaW5nLCBhIGJv b2sgb2YgcG9lbXMsIG5vIG1hdHRlciBob3cgc3VwZXJiLCBjYW4gbm8gbG9uZ2VyIGJlIHN1 cmUgb2YgYXR0cmFjdGluZyBhbiBhdWRpZW5jZSBieSBtZWFucyBvZiBwcmludCBhbG9uZS4N DVRoaXMgc2l0dWF0aW9uIHJlcHJlc2VudHMgYW4gZXh0cmFvcmRpbmFyeSBzaGlmdCBpbiBs aXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlIGZyb20gdGhlIHByaW50ZWQgcGFnZSB0byB0aGUgc3Bva2VuIHdv cmQgYW5kIHJlZmxlY3RzIHRoZSBlbGVjdHJvbmljIG1lZGlhknMgaW5mbHVlbmNlIGV2ZW4g b24gdGhlIG1vc3QgZWR1Y2F0ZWQgcmVhZGVycy4gVGhlIHBvZXRyeSByZWFkaW5nl2Rlc3Bp dGUgaXRzIGhpZ2gtYXJ0IGF1cmGXZnVsZmlsbHMgdGhlIHByZXJlcXVpc2l0ZXMgb2YgdGhl IG5ldyBvcmFsaXR5OiBsaWtlIHJhZGlvLCB0ZWxldmlzaW9uLCBmaWxtLCBhbmQgcmVjb3Jk aW5ncywgaXQgdGFrZXMgbGFuZ3VhZ2Ugb2ZmIHRoZSBwcmludGVkIHBhZ2U7IGFuZCBsaWtl IHRlbGV2aXNpb24gYW5kIGZpbG0sIGl0IGxpbmtzIHRoZSBzcG9rZW4gd29yZCB0byB0aGUg cGh5c2ljYWwgcHJlc2VuY2Ugb2YgdGhlIHNwZWFrZXIuIFRoZXNlIGNvbmRpdGlvbnMgaGF2 ZSBncmVhdGx5IGhlbHBlZCB0aGUgcG9wdWxhcml0eSBvZiB0aGUgbWVkaXVtIGJ1dCBoYXZl IGFsc28gaW5jcmVhc2luZ2x5IHNlcGFyYXRlZCBpdCBmcm9tIHRoZSBjdWx0dXJlIG9mIHBy aW50Lg0NSWYgdGhlIG1lZGl1bSBvZiBhIGRpc2NvdXJzZSBpcyBuZXZlciBuZXV0cmFsIHRv IGl0cyBjb250ZW50LCB0aGUgcHJvY2VzcyBvZiB0cmFuc2Zvcm1hdGlvbiBpcyB1c3VhbGx5 IGdyYWR1YWwuIEVhcmx5IHRhbGtpbmcgZmlsbXMsIGZvciBpbnN0YW5jZSwgY29waWVkIHRo ZSBmb3JtYXRzIG9mIHNwb2tlbiBhbmQgbXVzaWNhbCB0aGVhdGVyLiBJdCB0b29rIHNvbWUg dGltZSwgZXZlbiBhdCB0aGUgZnJlbmV0aWMgcGFjZSBvZiBIb2xseXdvb2QsIGZvciB3cml0 ZXJzIGFuZCBkaXJlY3RvcnMgdG8gZXhwbG9yZSBhbmQgbWFzdGVyIHRoZSBwb3NzaWJpbGl0 aWVzIG9mIHRoZWlyIG5ldyBtZWRpdW0uIFRoZSBwb2V0cnkgcmVhZGluZyBpcyBhbHNvIHJl c2hhcGluZyB0aGUgbmF0dXJlIG9mIHRoZSBhcnQsIGJ1dCBpbiB3YXlzIHRoYXQgaGF2ZSBv bmx5IHJlY2VudGx5IGJlY29tZSBhcHBhcmVudC4gVGhlIGN1cnJlbnQgcmV2aXZhbCBvZiBw b3B1bGlzdCBwb2V0cnkgaW4gdGhlIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHdvcmxkLCBmb3IgZXhhbXBsZSwgaXMg aW5zZXBhcmFibGUgZnJvbSB0aGUgcHJlc2VuY2Ugb2Ygd3JpdGVycyBsaWtlIEJpbGx5IENv bGxpbnMgd2hvIG1hZGUgaGlzIHJlcHV0YXRpb24gYnkgcHVibGljIHJlYWRpbmdzIG5vdCBv bmx5IGluIHRoZSBsZWN0dXJlIGhhbGwgYnV0IG9uIHRoZSByYWRpby4NDVdoZW4gZXN0YWJs aXNoZWQgcG9ldHMgbGlrZSBTdGV2ZW5zLCBKZWZmZXJzLCBvciBNb29yZSBiZWdhbiBnaXZp bmcgcHVibGljIHJlYWRpbmdzIGluIGxhdGUgbWlkZGxlIGFnZSwgdGhlIG1lZGl1bSBoYWQg cmVsYXRpdmVseSBsaXR0bGUgZWZmZWN0IG9uIHRoZWlyIHdyaXRpbmcuIFRoZWlyIHN0eWxl cyBhbmQgYWVzdGhldGljcyBoYWQgYmVlbiBmb3JtZWQuIEJ1dCBvbmNlIHRoZSBzcG9rZW4g bWVkaXVtIG5vdCBvbmx5IGJlY2FtZSBhIGJlZ2lubmluZyBwb2V0knMgZmlyc3QgcmVhbCBl eHBlcmllbmNlIG9mIHB1YmxpY2F0aW9uIGJ1dCBjb250aW51ZWQgdG8gYmUgdGhlIGVzdGFi bGlzaGVkIHBvZXSScyBtb3N0IGZyZXF1ZW50IGFuZCBjb25zdGFudCBjb25uZWN0aW9uIHdp dGggaGlzIG9yIGhlciBhdWRpZW5jZSwgaXQgc3RhcnRzIHRvIGFmZmVjdCB0aGUgd29yayBp dHNlbGYgcHJvZm91bmRseS4gDQ1WSUkuIFRoZSBGb3VyIFR5cGVzIG9mIExpdGVyYXJ5IFBv ZXRyaWVzDQ1BbWVyaWNhbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgaXMgbm93IHJhZGljYWxseSByZWNv bmZpZ3VyaW5nIGl0c2VsZiBpbiByZXNwb25zZSB0byB0aGVzZSBjdWx0dXJhbCBjaGFuZ2Vz LiBBcyBhIHJlc3VsdCwgd2hhdCB3YXMgb25jZSBjb252ZW50aW9uYWxseSBjb25zaWRlcmVk IGEgdW5pZmllZCBlbnRlcnByaXNlLCBuYW1lbHkgbGl0ZXJhcnkgaGlnaC1hcnQgcG9ldHJ5 LCBpcyBub3cgaW4gdGhlIHByb2Nlc3Mgb2YgYnJlYWtpbmcgdXAgaW50byBhdCBsZWFzdCBm b3VyIGRpc3RpbmN0IGxpdGVyYXJ5IGZvcm1zLCBlYWNoIGJhc2VkIG9uIGEgZnVuZGFtZW50 YWxseSBkaWZmZXJlbnQgcmVsYXRpb25zaGlwIGJldHdlZW4gc3Bva2VuIGFuZCB0eXBvZ3Jh cGhpYyBsYW5ndWFnZS4gVGhlc2UgZm91ciBuZXcgZm9ybXMgb2YgcG9ldHJ5IGFyZSBhbHNv IGN1cnJlbnRseSB0cmFuc2Zvcm1pbmcgdGhlIGZhY3Rpb25hbCBwb2xpdGljcyBvZiB0aGUg bGl0ZXJhcnkgc2NlbmUgYmVjYXVzZSB0aGUgYmFzaWMgYXNzdW1wdGlvbnMgYWJvdXQgdGhl IGFydGlzdJJzIHJlbGF0aW9uc2hpcCB0byBoaXMgb3IgaGVyIG93biBsaW5ndWlzdGljIG1h dGVyaWFsIGFyZSBtb3JlIGltcG9ydGFudCB0aGFuIHRoZSBtb3JlIHZpc2libGUgZGlmZmVy ZW5jZXMgYmV0d2VlbiBvbmUgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRpYyBzY2hvb2wgYW5kIGFub3Ro ZXIuDQ1UaGUgbW9zdCBleHRyZW1lIHJlc3BvbnNlIHRvIHRoZSBuZXcgb3JhbGl0eSBpcyBw ZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkuIEFzIHRoZSBhcnRpc3SScyBzb2NpYWwgcm9sZSBjaGFuZ2Vk IGZyb20gdGhlIGNyZWF0b3Igb2YgYSB0ZXh0IHRvIHRoZSBjcmVhdG9yIG9mIGFuIG9yYWwg cGVyZm9ybWFuY2UsIGl0IHdhcyBwcm9iYWJseSBpbmV2aXRhYmxlIHRoYXQgYSBuZXcgYXJ0 IGZvcm0gd291bGQgZW1lcmdlIG91dCBvZiB0aGUgbWVkaXVtIG9mIHRoZSBwb2V0cnkgcmVh ZGluZy4gUGVyZm9ybWFuY2UgcG9ldHJ5IHJlcHJlc2VudHMgdGhlIG1lcmdlciBvZiBjZXJ0 YWluIHBvZXRpYyB0ZWNobmlxdWVzIHdpdGggZm9ybXMgb2YgZHJhbWEgYW5kIGxpdmUgZW50 ZXJ0YWlubWVudCwgZXNwZWNpYWxseSBzdGFuZC11cCBjb21lZHkgYW5kIGltcHJvdmlzYXRv cnkgdGhlYXRlci4gSXQgZGlmZmVycyBmcm9tIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsIG9yYWwgcG9ldHJ5IGlu IHRoYXQgaXQgbm8gbG9uZ2VyIGZvY3VzZXMgcHJpbWFyaWx5IG9uIHRoZSBjcmVhdGlvbiBv ZiBhIGxpbmd1aXN0aWMgdGV4dCB0aGF0IGNvdWxkl2F0IGxlYXN0IGluIHRoZW9yeZdiZSB0 cmFuc2NyaWJlZCBhbmQgdHJhbnNtaXR0ZWQgaW5kZXBlbmRlbnRseSBvZiB0aGUgc3BlYWtl cpJzIHBoeXNpY2FsIHByZXNlbmNlLiBQZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkgaXMgbm90IHJvb3Rl ZCBvbmx5IGluIGxhbmd1YWdlLiBJbnN0ZWFkLCBpdCByZWNvZ25pemVzIGFuZCBleHBsb2l0 cyB0aGUgcGh5c2ljYWwgcHJlc2VuY2Ugb2YgdGhlIHBlcmZvcm1lciwgdGhlIGF1ZGllbmNl LCBhbmQgdGhlIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHNwYWNlLiBUaGUgdGV4dCBpcyBvbmx5IG9uZSBlbGVt ZW50IGluIGl0cyBhcnRpc3RpYyB0b3RhbGl0eS4gVGhvdWdoIGl0cyBoaXN0b3JpY2FsIG9y aWdpbnMgYXJlIGluIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSwgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIG5v dyBhIGRpZmZlcmVudCBhcnQsIGFuZCBpdHMgZnVuZGFtZW50YWwgaXJyZWNvbmNpbGFiaWxp dHkgd2l0aCBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkgYmVjb21lcyBtb3JlIGFwcGFyZW50IGVhY2ggeWVh ci4gQXMgaXQgZGV2ZWxvcHMgb3ZlciB0aW1lLCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkgd2lsbCBw cm9iYWJseSBmaW5kIGl0cyBpZGVhbCBtZWRpdW0gbm90IG9uIHRoZSBwYWdlIG9yIGV2ZW4g dGhlIHBvZGl1bSBidXQgaW4gdGhlIG1vcmUgbWFsbGVhYmxlIGZvcm1zIG9mIHZpZGVvIGFu ZCBhdWRpbyByZWNvcmRpbmeXYSB0cmVuZCBhbHJlYWR5IGluIGV2aWRlbmNlIG9uIGEgbGlt aXRlZCBzY2FsZS4gUGVyZm9ybWFuY2UgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIG5vdCBzbyBtdWNoIGEgZm9ybSBv ZiBwb2V0cnkgYXMgYSBsaXZpbmcgbWV0YXBob3IgZm9yIGl0Lg0NVGhlIHNlY29uZCBmb3Jt IG9mIHBvZXRyeSBpcyBvcmFsIHBvZXRyeS4gV2hldGhlciBiYXNlZCBvbiBhIHdyaXR0ZW4g dGV4dCBvciBxdWFzaS1pbXByb3Zpc2VkLCB0aGlzIGZvcm0gcmVzZW1ibGVzIG11c2ljIG1v cmUgdGhhbiB3cml0aW5nIHNpbmNlIGl0cyBwcmltYXJ5IG1lZGl1bSBpcyBzb25pYyByYXRo ZXIgdGhhbiB2aXN1YWwgb3IgZXZlbiBhdWRpby12aXN1YWwuIFRoZSBuZXcgb3JhbCBwb2V0 cnkgZGlmZmVycyBmcm9tIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHBvZXRyeSBpbiB0aGF0IGl0IHVzZXMgd29y ZHOXcmF0aGVyIHRoYW4gdGhlIGFydGlzdJJzIHRvdGFsIHBoeXNpY2FsIHByZXNlbmNlIGFu ZCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBzcGFjZZdhcyBpdHMgcmF3IG1hdGVyaWFsLiBSYXAgYW5kIGNvd2Jv eSBwb2V0cnkgcGlvbmVlcmVkIHRoaXMgZm9ybSBpbiB0aGUgY29udGV4dCBvZiBwb3B1bGFy IGVudGVydGFpbm1lbnQuIFBvZXRyeSBzbGFtcyByZXByZXNlbnQgYSBzb3J0IG9mIGV4cGVy aW1lbnRhbCBsYWJvcmF0b3J5IGZvciB0aGUgZm9ybZJzIGNyb3Nzb3ZlciBwb3NzaWJpbGl0 aWVzLCBlc3BlY2lhbGx5IHNpbmNlIG1hbnkgdW5pdmVyc2l0eS10cmFpbmVkIHBvZXRzIG5v dyBzbGlwIGludG8gYmFycyBhbmQgY2Fm6XMgdG8gcGxheSBhcm91bmQgaW4gdGhlIG1lZGl1 bS4gQW1vbmcgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHMsIHRoZSBuZXcgb3JhbCB2ZXJzZSBpcyBjYWxsZWQg k1Nwb2tlbiBXb3JklCBwb2V0cnksIGFuZCBpdCBoYXMgZGV2ZWxvcGVkIGEgc3Vic3RhbnRp YWwgYW5kIHNlcmlvdXMgZm9sbG93aW5nLiBJbiB0aGUgU2FuIEZyYW5jaXNjbyBCYXkgQXJl YSwgZm9yIGV4YW1wbGUsIHRoZXJlIGlzIGFscmVhZHkgYSBzb3BoaXN0aWNhdGVkIGNvbW11 bml0eSBvZiBTcG9rZW4gV29yZCBwb2V0cywgaW5jbHVkaW5nIGF0IGxlYXN0IG9uZSB3cml0 ZXKXSmFjayBGb2xleZd3aG8gaXMgd29ya2luZyBvdXQgb2YgYSBQb3VuZGlhbiBleHBlcmlt ZW50YWwgdHJhZGl0aW9uIGFuZCBkb2luZyB3b3JrIHRoYXQgaXMgZmluZSBieSBhbnkgc3Rh bmRhcmSXZXhjZXB0IHBlcmhhcHMgYSB0eXBvZ3JhcGhpYyBvbmUuIEZvbGV5knMgZXhhbXBs ZSByYWlzZXMgYSBnZW5lcmFsIHF1ZXN0aW9uLiBCeSB3aGF0IHN0YW5kYXJkIHNob3VsZCBw ZXJmb3JtYW5jZSBwb2V0cnkgYmUganVkZ2VkPyBBcyBvcmFsIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlLCBtdWNo IFNwb2tlbiBXb3JkIHBvZXRyeSBpcyBwb3dlcmZ1bCBhbmQgcGVyc3Vhc2l2ZTsgb24gdGhl IHBhZ2UgaXQgb2Z0ZW4gc2VlbXMgb25seSBoYWxmLXJlYWxpemVkLg0NVGhlIHRoaXJkIGZv cm0gb2YgcG9ldHJ5IGlzLCBieSBjb21wYXJpc29uLCBhdWRpby12aXN1YWwuIFRoZXJlIGlz IG5vIHRyZW5keSBuZXcgbmFtZSBmb3IgaXQgYmVjYXVzZSB0aGlzIGFlc3RoZXRpYyBtb3N0 IGNsb3NlbHkgcmVzZW1ibGVzIG91ciB0cmFkaXRpb25hbCBjb25jZXB0aW9uIG9mIHBvZXRy eS4gSXQgZm9jdXNlcyBvbiB0aGUgY3JlYXRpb24gb2YgdmVyc2UgdGhhdCBjYW4gd29yayBl cXVhbGx5IHdlbGwgYXMgYSB0eXBvZ3JhcGhpYyBlbnRpdHkgYW5kIGEgc3Bva2VuIHBlcmZv cm1hbmNlLiBUaGUgcHJvYmxlbWF0aWMgbmF0dXJlIG9mIHRoaXMgZW50ZXJwcmlzZSBzaG91 bGQgYmUgZXZpZGVudCBieSBub3cgc2luY2UgaXQgZmFjZXMgdGhlIGNvbmZsaWN0aW5nIGRl bWFuZHMgb2YgdGhlIHZpc3VhbCBhZXN0aGV0aWMgb2YgTW9kZXJuaXN0IHBvZXRyeSBhbmQg dGhlIG5ldyBvcmFsaXR5IG9mIG1hc3MgY3VsdHVyZS4gQ29uc2VxdWVudGx5LCB0aGUgcG9l dHMgd29ya2luZyBpbiBhbiBhdWRpby12aXN1YWwgYWVzdGhldGljLCB3aGV0aGVyIHRoZXkg dXNlIG1ldHJpY2FsIG9yIGZyZWUgdmVyc2UsIGFyZSBpbmNyZWFzaW5nbHkgZHJhd24gdG8g YXVkaXRvcnkgZm9ybZdhcHByZWhlbnNpYmxlIHBhdHRlcm5zIG9mIHN5bnRheCBhbmQgcmhl dG9yaWMsIGlmIG5vdCByaHltZSBhbmQgbWV0ZXIuIEluIHRoaXMgc2Vuc2UsIHRoZXkgbW9y ZSBjbG9zZWx5IHJlc2VtYmxlIHRoZSBwb2V0cyBvZiBzY3JpYmFsIGN1bHR1cmVzIGxpa2Ug dGhlIGVhcmx5IFJlbmFpc3NhbmNlLCB3aG8gY29tcG9zZWQgY2FyZWZ1bGx5IHdyaXR0ZW4g dmVyc2UgdG8gYmUgcmVhZCBhbG91ZCwgdGhhbiB0aGV5IGRvIHRoZSBoaWdoIE1vZGVybmlz dHMgbGlrZSBQb3VuZCwgY3VtbWluZ3MsIG9yIFdpbGxpYW1zIHdobywgY29uZmlkZW50IGlu IHRoZWlyIHBsYWNlIGluIHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUsIHJlZ3VsYXJseSBjb21wb3NlZCBwb2Vt cyB0aGF0IGNvdWxkIG5vdCBiZSByZWFsaXplZCBhcyBzcGVlY2ggd2l0aG91dCB0b3RhbGx5 IG9yIHBhcnRpYWxseSBkaXNzaXBhdGluZyB0aGVpciBlZmZlY3RzLg0NRmluYWxseSwgdGhl cmUgaXMgdmlzdWFsIHBvZXRyeSwgYSBmb3JtIHdoZXJlIHRoZSBsYW5ndWFnZSBleGlzdHMg cHJpbWFyaWx5IGFzIHR5cG9ncmFwaHkuIEF0IG9uZSBlbmQgb2YgdGhpcyBhZXN0aGV0aWMs IHRoZSB3b3JrIGNhbiBiZSByZWFkIGFsb3VkIGxpa2UgdGhlIHdvcmsgb2YgTWFyaWFubmUg TW9vcmUgb3IgUm9iZXJ0IENyZWVsZXksIGJ1dCBub3Qgd2l0aG91dCBsb3NpbmcgYXQgbGVh c3Qgc29tZSBvZiBpdHMgaW1wYWN0IHNpbmNlIHRoZSBmb3JtIG9mIHRoZSBwb2V0cnkgZW5n YWdlcyB0aGUgZXllIGFuZCBjcmVhdGVzIGEgdmlzdWFsIHByb3NvZHkgYXQgbGVhc3QgcGFy dGlhbGx5IGRlcGVuZGVudCBvbiBzaWxlbnQgcmVhZGluZy4gTGFuZ3VhZ2UgUG9ldHJ5LCBm b3IgaW5zdGFuY2UsIHNlbGYtY29uc2Npb3VzbHkgc2VwYXJhdGVzIGl0c2VsZiBmcm9tIHRo ZSBzcG9rZW4gbGFuZ3VhZ2UgaW4gdGhpcyB3YXkgYW5kIGNoYXJhY3RlcmlzdGljYWxseSBh bm5vdW5jZXMgaXRzZWxmIGFzIJN3cml0aW5nlCBvciCTdGV4dC6UIEJ1dCBpdCB1c3VhbGx5 IHJlbWFpbnMgYSB0ZXh0IHRoYXQgY2FuIGJlIHJlYWQgYWxvdWQuIEF0IHRoZSBvdGhlciBl bmQgb2YgdGhpcyB2aXN1YWwgYWVzdGhldGljLCBhcyBpbiBjb25jcmV0ZSBwb2V0cnksIHRo ZSB0ZXh0IGNhbm5vdCBiZSByZWFsaXplZCBpbiBhbnkgbWVhbmluZ2Z1bCBzZW5zZSBhcyBz cG9rZW4gbGFuZ3VhZ2UuIEEgcG9lbSBsaWtlIEpvaG4gSG9sbGFuZGVyknMgZmFtb3VzIHNo YXBlZCCTU3dhbpQgaGFzIG5vIHJlYWwgZXhpc3RlbmNlIGFzIHNwb2tlbiBsYW5ndWFnZS4g QXMgYSB3b3JrIG9mIGFydCwgaXQgcmVzdHMgZW50aXJlbHkgaW4gdHlwb2dyYXBoeS4NDU9m IGNvdXJzZSwgbm8gcG9ldCBpcyByZXF1aXJlZCB0byB3b3JrIGluIG9ubHkgb25lIGZvcm0u IFBvdW5kIGFuZCBjdW1taW5ncyBmcmVxdWVudGx5IGNyb3NzZWQgdGhlIGJvcmRlciBiZXR3 ZWVuIGF1ZGl0b3J5IGFuZCB2aXN1YWwgcG9ldHJ5LiBSYXRoZXIsIHRoZSBwb2ludCBpcyB0 aGF0IHRoZSBhZXN0aGV0aWMgb2YgZWFjaCBmb3JtIGlzIGRpZmZlcmVudCwgYW5kIHVuZGVy IHRoZSBwcmVzc3VyZSBvZiBlbGVjdHJvbmljIGN1bHR1cmUsIGFydGlzdHMgYXJlIHB1c2hp bmcgdGhlIGZvcm1zIGZ1cnRoZXIgYXBhcnQgYXMgdGhlIGVtZXJnZW5jZSBvZiBuZXcgZm9y bXMgbGlrZSBTcG9rZW4gV29yZCBhbmQgU2xhbSBQb2V0cnkgZGVtb25zdHJhdGVzLiBXcml0 ZXJzIHdobyB3b3JrIGluIG11bHRpcGxlIGZvcm1zIHdpbGwgdHJlYXQgdGhlbSBhcyBkaWZm ZXJlbnQgbWVkaWEganVzdCBhcyB2aXN1YWwgYXJ0aXN0cyBhcHByb2FjaCBvaWwgcGFpbnRp bmcgYW5kIGNvcHBlci1wbGF0ZSBldGNoaW5nIGFzIGluZGl2aWR1YWwgbWVkaWEgcmVxdWly aW5nIGRpZmZlcmVudCB0ZWNobmlxdWVzLg0NVGhlIGRlY2xpbmUgb2YgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVy ZSBoYXMgYmVlbiBlc3BlY2lhbGx5IGhhcmQgb24gbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHMgc2luY2UgaXQg aGFzIGJyb2tlbiBkb3duIHRoZSBlbGFib3JhdGUgY3VsdHVyYWwgbWFjaGluZXJ5IGJ5IHdo aWNoIHRoZXkgb25jZSByZWFjaGVkIHRoZWlyIGF1ZGllbmNlLiBUcmFkaXRpb25hbGx5IGEg cG9ldJJzIHJlYWRlcnNoaXAgYW5kIHJlcHV0YXRpb24gd2FzIGluZmx1ZW5jZWQgbWFpbmx5 IGJ5IGZvdXIgaW50ZXJyZWxhdGVkIGZhY3RvcnOXam91cm5hbGlzdGljIHJldmlld3MsIHNl cmlvdXMgKHVzdWFsbHkgYWNhZGVtaWMpIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGNyaXRpY2lzbSwgYW50aG9sb2dp ZXMsIGFuZCBnZW5lcmFsIHByZXNzIGNvdmVyYWdlLiBBbGwgZm91ciBtZWFucyBvZiByZWFj aGluZyB0aGUgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcmVhZGluZyBwdWJsaWMgaGF2ZSBkaW1pbmlzaGVkIG5vdGFi bHkgaW4gdGhlIGxhc3QgZmV3IGRlY2FkZXMuIEZpcnN0IG9mIGFsbCwgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5 IHBvZXRyeSBvY2N1cGllcyBhIG11Y2ggc21hbGxlciBwbGFjZSBpbiB0aGUgYWNhZGVteSB0 aGFuIGl0IGRpZCB0aGlydHkgeWVhcnMgYWdvLiBBcyBsaXRlcmFyeSB0aGVvcnkgYW5kIGN1 bHR1cmFsIHN0dWRpZXMgZG9taW5hdGUgY3JpdGljYWwgZGlzY291cnNlLCBjb250ZW1wb3Jh cnkgcG9ldHJ5IGJlY29tZXMgYSBtYXJnaW5hbCBmaWVsZC4gQXR0ZW5kIGFuIGFjYWRlbWlj IGxpdGVyYXJ5IGNvbmZlcmVuY2UgdGhlc2UgZGF5cyBhbmQgeW91IGFyZSBtb3JlIGxpa2Vs eSB0byBoZWFyLCBhcyBJIHJlY2VudGx5IGRpZCwgcGFwZXJzIG9uIHRoZSBkZXNpZ24gb2Yg dGhlIExvcyBBbmdlbGVzIEZyZWV3YXkgc3lzdGVtIGFzIGFuIGV4cHJlc3Npb24gb2YgcGhh bGxvY2VudHJpYyBwb3dlciBvciBnZW5kZXItY29kaW5nIGluIGJyZWFrZmFzdCBjZXJlYWwg YWR2ZXJ0aXNpbmcgdGhhbiB5b3UgYXJlIHRvIGZpbmQgZXhhbWluYXRpb25zIG9mIGNvbnRl bXBvcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkuDQ1TZWNvbmQsIG11Y2ggb2YgdGhlIGFjYWRlbWljIGNvbW1lbnRh cnkgb24gY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHBvZXRyeSBpcyB3cml0dGVuIGluIHRoZSBwcm9mZXNzaW9u YWwgbGFuZ3VhZ2Ugb2YgYWNhZGVtZSByYXRoZXIgdGhhbiBhIHB1YmxpYyBpZGlvbS4gVGhp cyBtYW5kYXJpbiBjb2RlIG1heSBvZmZlciBjZXJ0YWluIGFkdmFudGFnZXMsIGJ1dCBlbmdh Z2luZyB0aGUgaW50ZXJlc3Qgb2YgdGhlIHNlcmlvdXMgYW5kIGludGVsbGlnZW50IG5vbi1z cGVjaWFsaXN0IGlzIG5vdCBvbmUgb2YgdGhlbS4gVGhpcmQsIHRoZSBtYWdhemluZXMgdGhh dCBzdGlsbCByZXZpZXcgcG9ldHJ5IGFyZSB1c3VhbGx5IHNtYWxsLCBleHBlbnNpdmUsIGFu ZCBoYXJkIHRvIG9idGFpbi4gQW55b25lIHdpdGhvdXQgYWNjZXNzIHRvIGEgbGFyZ2UgdW5p dmVyc2l0eSBsaWJyYXJ5IHdpbGwgbm90IGJlIGFibGUgdG8gbG9jYXRlIG1vc3QgbGl0ZXJh cnkgam91cm5hbHMsIGFuZCBldmVuIGluZm9ybWVkIHJlYWRlcnMgZG8gbm90IGtub3cgb2Yg dGhlIGV4aXN0ZW5jZSBvZiBtYW55IGxlYWRpbmcgam91cm5hbHMuIFRoZSB0cmFkaXRpb25h bCBwcmludCBtZWRpdW0gaGFzIHNvIGNvbnNwaWN1b3VzbHkgZmFpbGVkIGluIHRoaXMgcmVn YXJkIHRoYXQgbW9zdCBuZXcgbGl0ZXJhcnkgam91cm5hbHMgYXJlIG5vdyBlbGVjdHJvbmlj Lg0NRmluYWxseSwgdGhlcmUgaGFzIGJlZW4gYSBkZWNsaW5lIGluIHRoZSBxdWFsaXR5IGFu ZCBzZXJpb3VzbmVzcyBvZiBwb2V0cnkgcmV2aWV3aW5nIGl0c2VsZi4gVGhlIGZldyByZXZp ZXdzIHdyaXR0ZW4gaW4gYSBwdWJsaWMgaWRpb20gd2hldGhlciBpbiBsaXRlcmFyeSBqb3Vy bmFscyBvciB0aGUgZ2VuZXJhbCBwcmVzcyBhcmUgaW5jcmVhc2luZ2x5IGNoYXJhY3Rlcml6 ZWQgYnkgdGhlaXIgYmxhbmRseSB1bmNyaXRpY2FsIHF1YWxpdHkuIENvbnNjaW91cyBvZiBo b3cgbGl0dGxlIGNvdmVyYWdlIG5ldyB2ZXJzZSByZWNlaXZlcyBhbmQgaG93IHNtYWxsIHRo ZSBwb2V0cnkgc3ViY3VsdHVyZSBpcywgbW9zdCByZXZpZXdlcnMgYXZvaWQgbmVnYXRpdmUg b3Igc2tlcHRpY2FsIGFzc2Vzc21lbnRzLiBTYXZ2eSByZWFkZXJzIHNvb24gbGVhcm4gdG8g ZGlzY291bnQgdGhpcyBvdmVydCBwdWZmZXJ5LiBDb25zZXF1ZW50bHksIHRoZSByZWFkZXIg c2VyaW91c2x5IGludGVyZXN0ZWQgaW4gZm9sbG93aW5nIGNvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBwb2V0cnkg ZmluZHMgdGhhdCBjcml0aWNpc20gbm93IGNvbWVzIG1haW5seSBpbiBmb3VyIHZhcmlldGll czogaW52aXNpYmxlLCBpbmNvbXByZWhlbnNpYmxlLCBpbmFjY2Vzc2libGUsIGFuZCBpbnNp bmNlcmUuIElzIGl0IGFueSB3b25kZXIgdGhhdCBtb3N0IGFmaWNpb25hZG9zIHByZWZlciB0 byBnbyB0byBwb2V0cnkgcmVhZGluZ3MgYW5kIG1ha2UgdXAgdGhlaXIgb3duIG1pbmRzPw0N VGhlIHVucHJlY2VkZW50ZWQgd2VhbHRoIG9mIHBlcmZvcm1hbmNlIHZlbnVlcyBmb3IgcG9l dHJ5LCBob3dldmVyLCBpcyBub3Qgd2l0aG91dCBpdHMgaXJvbnkuIElmIHRoZSBwdWJsaWMg cmVhZGluZyBoYXMgYmVjb21lIHRoZSBtb3N0IGltcG9ydGFudCBjdWx0dXJhbCBmb3JjZSBz dXN0YWluaW5nIHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBmb3IgbmV3IHBvZXRyeSwgaXQgaXMgYWxzbyBhIGNo aWVmIGNhdXNlIGZvciBpdHMgY29udGludWluZyBmcmFnbWVudGF0aW9uLiBTaW5jZSB0aGVy ZSBpcyBsaXR0bGUgbWFzcyBtZWRpYSBjb3ZlcmFnZSBmb3IgcG9ldHJ5LCB0aGUgYXJ0IGhh cyBub3Qgb25seSBiZWNvbWUgaGlnaGx5IHJlZ2lvbmFsIGJ1dCBldmVuIGxvY2FsLiBXaXRo IGZldyBleGNlcHRpb25zLCB0aGUgYXVkaWVuY2UgZ2VuZXJhbGx5IGtub3dzIHRoZSB3b3Jr IG9mIGxpdmluZyBwb2V0cyBvbmx5IGlmIHRoZXkgaGF2ZSBoZWFyZCB0aGVtIG9yIHBlcmhh cHMgaGFkIGEgZnJpZW5kIHdobyBoZWFyZCB0aGUgcG9ldCBhbmQgcGFzc2VkIGFsb25nIGEg Ym9vay4gQW5vdGhlciByZXZlYWxpbmcgaXJvbnkgaXMgdGhhdCBzb21ldGltZXMgdGhlIG9u bHkgcGxhY2Ugb25lIGNhbiBmaW5kIGEgcmVhc29uYWJseSB3ZWxsLWtub3duIHBvZXSScyBi b29rcyBpcyBhdCBoaXMgb3IgaGVyIHJlYWRpbmcuIE9yYWwgcGVyZm9ybWFuY2UgaGFzbpJ0 IHJlcGxhY2VkIHRoZSBwcmludGVkIG1lZGl1bSBmb3IgcG9ldHJ5LCBidXQgaW4gdGhlIGFi c2VuY2Ugb2Ygb3RoZXIgcHVibGljIHN1cHBvcnQgZm9yIHBvZXRyeSBpdCBub3cgc2VydmVz IGFzIHRoZSBtYWluIHB1YmxpYyBlbnRyYW5jZSBpbnRvIGFuIGluY3JlYXNpbmdseSBpbmFj Y2Vzc2libGUgbWVkaXVtLg0NVklJSS4gUmlzZSBvZiB0aGUgTmV3IEJvaGVtaWENDVRoZSBz ZWNvbmQgbm90YWJsZSBhc3BlY3Qgb2YgdGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeSwgaXRzIG5v bi1hY2FkZW1pYyBwcm92ZW5hbmNlLCBhbHNvIHNlZW1zIHRvIGRpc3Rpbmd1aXNoIGl0IGZy b20gbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LiBUaGUgbW9zdCBjb21tb24gb2JzZXJ2YXRpb24gYWJvdXQg dGhlIHNpdHVhdGlvbiBvZiBjb250ZW1wb3JhcnkgQW1lcmljYW4gcG9ldHJ5l21hZGUgYnkg bmF0aXZlIGFuZCBmb3JlaWduIG9ic2VydmVyc5dpcyB0aGF0IGl0IGlzIGhlYWRxdWFydGVy ZWQgaW4gdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNpdHksIG1haW5seSB0aGUgaHVuZHJlZHMgb2YgZ3JhZHVhdGUg Y3JlYXRpdmUgd3JpdGluZyBwcm9ncmFtcyBhY3Jvc3MgdGhlIGNvdW50cnkuIFN1cmVseSwg aGVyZSBhdCBsZWFzdCwgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IGRpZmZlcnMgZnVuZGFtZW50YWxseSBm cm9tIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnkuDQ1PbiBjbG9zZXIgaW5zcGVjdGlvbiwgaG93 ZXZlciwgdGhlIG5lYXIgbW9ub3BvbHkgdGhhdCB0aGUgdW5pdmVyc2l0eSBzbyByZWNlbnRs eSBlbmpveWVkIGluIHRoZSBzdGV3YXJkc2hpcCBvZiBwb2V0cnkgbm93IHNlZW1zIHRvIGJl IGRpc3NvbHZpbmcgaW4gdGhlIGZhY2Ugb2YgZWNvbm9taWMsIGRlbW9ncmFwaGljLCBhbmQg dGVjaG5vbG9naWNhbCBjaGFuZ2VzLiBUaGUgYWNhZGVteZJzIHJvbGUgaW4gc3VwcG9ydGlu ZyBuZXcgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIG5vdCBkaXNhcHBlYXJpbmcuIFdyaXRpbmcgcHJvZ3JhbXMgYW5k IEVuZ2xpc2ggZGVwYXJ0bWVudHMgY29udGludWUgdG8gcGxheSBhIGRlY2lzaXZlIHJvbGUg aW4gY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IGxldHRlcnMuIEJ1dCB0aGUgbGFyZ2VyIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHdvcmxk IHRoYXQgc3Vycm91bmRzIHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5IGhhcyByZWNlbnRseSBjaGFuZ2VkIHNv IHNpZ25pZmljYW50bHkgdGhhdCB0aGUgYWNhZGVteZJzIHBvc2l0aW9uIGluIGxpdGVyYXJ5 IGN1bHR1cmUgaXMgYmVpbmcgdHJhbnNmb3JtZWQuIFRoZSBmb3J0eS15ZWFyIHBlcmlvZCBv ZiB1bmRpc3B1dGVkIGRvbWluYW5jZSB0aGF0IHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5IGV4ZXJjaXNlZCBv dmVyIEFtZXJpY2FuIHBvZXRyeSAod2hpY2ggb25lIG1pZ2h0IGRhdGUgZnJvbSB0aGF0IG1v bWVudCBpbiB0aGUgZWFybHkgc2l4dGllcyB3aGVuIEJlYXRzIGFuZCBvdGhlciBzdXJ2aXZv cnMgb2YgdGhlIG9sZCBsaXRlcmFyeSBib2hlbWlhLCBsaWtlIFJleHJvdGgsIEdpbnNiZXJn LCBhbmQgQmFyYWthIGJlZ2FuIHRha2luZyBhY2FkZW1pYyBqb2JzKSBpcyBub3cgb3Zlci4g QW1lcmljYW4gcG9ldHJ5IGlzIHByZXNlbnRseSByZXR1cm5pbmcgdG8gYSBtb3JlIGhpc3Rv cmljYWxseSB0eXBpY2FsLCBhbiBpbnRlbGxlY3R1YWxseSBoZWFsdGhpZXIgc2l0dWF0aW9u IHdoZXJlIHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5knMgcm9sZSBpcyBiYWxhbmNlZCBieSBhIHN0cm9uZyBu b24tYWNhZGVtaWMgbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVyZS4NDU9uZSBzZWVzIGV2aWRlbmNlIG9mIHRo ZSBkaW1pbmlzaGVkIHJvbGUgdGhlIHVuaXZlcnNpdHkgcGxheXMgaW4gY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5 IHBvZXRyeSBtZXJlbHkgYnkgbGlzdGluZyBzb21lIG9mIHRoZSBtb3N0IGluZmx1ZW50aWFs IHJlY2VudCBkZXZlbG9wbWVudHMgaW4gQW1lcmljYW4gbGl0ZXJhcnkgbGlmZSwgbW9zdCBv ZiB3aGljaCBoYXBwZW5lZCBvZmYgY2FtcHVzLiBCZXlvbmQgdGhlIGVtZXJnZW5jZSBvZiBy YXAsIGNvd2JveSBwb2V0cnksIGFuZCBwb2V0cnkgc2xhbXMsIG5vdGFibGUgY2hhbmdlcyBp bmNsdWRlIHRoZSByaXNlIG9mIGluZGVwZW5kZW50IG5vbnByb2ZpdCBsaXRlcmFyeSBwcmVz c2VzIGxpa2UgR3JheXdvbGYsIENvcHBlciBDYW55b24sIEN1cmJzdG9uZSwgYW5kIFN0b3J5 IExpbmUgdW5hZmZpbGlhdGVkIHdpdGggaW5zdGl0dXRpb25zIG9yIGFjYWRlbWljIG9yIGNv bW1lcmNpYWwgcHVibGlzaGVyczsgdGhlIGdyb3d0aCBvZiBub24tYWNhZGVtaWMgbGl0ZXJh cnkgc2VydmljZSBvcmdhbml6YXRpb25zIGxpa2UgUG9ldHMgJiBXcml0ZXJzLCBQb2V0cyBI b3VzZSwgUG9ldHJ5IFNvY2lldHkgb2YgQW1lcmljYSwgYW5kIFRoZSBBY2FkZW15IG9mIEFt ZXJpY2FuIFBvZXRzOyB0aGUgY3JlYXRpb24gb2YgZWxlY3Ryb25pYyBuZXR3b3JrcyBhbmQg am91cm5hbHMgbGlrZSBQb2V0cnkgRGFpbHksIENvbnRlbXBvcmFyeSBQb2V0cnkgUmV2aWV3 LCBhbmQgRXJhdG9zcGhlcmUsIGxpbmtpbmcgaW5kaXZpZHVhbCB3cml0ZXJzIGFjcm9zcyB0 aGUgbmF0aW9uOyB0aGUgZGV2ZWxvcG1lbnQgb2YgZGVza3RvcCBwdWJsaXNoaW5nIHRoYXQg aGFzIG1hZGUgYm9va3MgYW5kIHNtYWxsIG1hZ2F6aW5lcyBlYXN5IHRvIGlzc3VlIHdpdGhv dXQgdGhlIGZpbmFuY2lhbCBhbmQgb3JnYW5pemF0aW9uYWwgc3VwcG9ydCBvZiBhY2FkZW1p YyBpbnN0aXR1dGlvbnM7IGFuZCB0aGUgdHJhbnNmb3JtYXRpb24gb2YgYm9va3N0b3Jlcywg bGlicmFyaWVzLCBnYWxsZXJpZXMsIG11c2V1bXMsIGFuZCBjb21tdW5pdHkgY2VudGVycyBp bnRvIHZlbnVlcyBmb3IgbGl0ZXJhcnkgZWR1Y2F0aW9uIGFuZCBwZXJmb3JtYW5jZS4gVG9n ZXRoZXIgdGhlc2UgdHJlbmRzIGhhdmUgY3JlYXRlZCBhIG5ldyBib2hlbWlhIG5vdCBsb2Nh dGVkIGluIGEgc3BlY2lmaWMgdXJiYW4gbmVpZ2hib3Job29kIGJ1dCBzY2F0dGVyZWQgYWNy b3NzIHVyYmFuIGFyZWFzIGFuZCBsaW5rZWQgYnkgZWxlY3Ryb25pYyBtZWRpYSBhbmQgY29t bXVuYWwgc3BhY2UuDQ1UaGUgdHJhbnNmb3JtYXRpb24gb2YgdGhlIEFtZXJpY2FuIGxpdGVy YXJ5IGJvb2tzdG9yZSBkdXJpbmcgdGhlIHBhc3QgZmlmdGVlbiB5ZWFycyBjYW4gc2VydmUg YXMgYSBwYXJhZGlnbSBmb3IgdGhlIGJyb2FkZXIgY2hhbmdlcyBpbiBub24tYWNhZGVtaWMg bGl0ZXJhcnkgY3VsdHVyZS4gQXMgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSBkZWNsaW5lZCwgYXMgdGhlIHB1 YmxpYyBzcGFjZSBmb3Igc2VyaW91cyBsaXRlcmF0dXJlIGR3aW5kbGVkLCBhbmQgdGhlIHVu aXZlcnNpdHkgYmVjYW1lIHRoZSBvbmx5IHZpc2libGUgZm9ydW0gZm9yIGxpdGVyYXRpLCBh biBlbnRyZXByZW5ldXJpYWwgdmFuZ3VhcmQgb2YgQW1lcmljYW4gYm9va3NlbGxlcnMgcGlv bmVlcmVkIGEgcmFkaWNhbCBhbmQgZWZmZWN0aXZlIGRlZmVuc2UgdGhhdCBoYXMgZG9uZSBh dCBsZWFzdCBhcyBtdWNoIHRvIGJ1aWxkIHRoZSBhdWRpZW5jZSBmb3IgQW1lcmljYW4gcG9l dHJ5IGFzIGFsbCB0aGUgd3JpdGluZyBwcm9ncmFtcyBpbiB0aGUgcmVwdWJsaWMuIFRoZXkg Z3JhZHVhbGx5IHRyYW5zZm9ybWVkIHRoZWlyIHByZW1pc2VzIGZyb20gYSBtYXJrZXRwbGFj ZSBmb3IgYm9va3MgaW50byBhIG1hcmtldHBsYWNlIGZvciBpZGVhcy4gSXJvbmljYWxseSwg dGhlaXIgbWVhbnMgb2Ygc3VwcG9ydGluZyBwcmludCB3YXMgdG8gYm9ycm93IGZlYXR1cmVz IG9mIHRoZSBuZXcgb3JhbCBjdWx0dXJlLg0NRGVwZW5kZW50IG9uIHJlYWRlcnMgZm9yIGVj b25vbWljIHN1cnZpdmFsIGFuZCBmaXJlZCBieSBjb252aWN0aW9uIGluIHRoZSBpbXBvcnRh bmNlIG9mIHByZXNlcnZpbmcgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSwgYm9va3NlbGxlcnMgZGV2aXNlZCBh IG5ldyBzdXBwb3J0IHN5c3RlbSBmb3IgbGl0ZXJhdHVyZSB0aGF0IGNvbWJpbmVkIHRoZSBi ZXN0IGZlYXR1cmVzIG9mIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgY3VsdHVyZSwgYWNhZGVtaWMgdHJhZGl0aW9u LCBtYXJrZXQgZWNvbm9taWNzLCBhbmQgYm9oZW1pYW4gZWdhbGl0YXJpYW5pc20uIFRoZXkg dW5kZXJzdG9vZCB0aGF0IHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5knMgY2hpZWYgYXBwZWFsIHRvIG1hbnkg aW50ZWxsZWN0dWFscyB3YXMgbm90IGl0cyBzY2hvbGFybHkgcmlnb3IgYnV0IHRoZSBzZW5z ZSBvZiBjb21tdW5pdHkgaXQgcHJvdmlkZWQuIFRoZXkgY29waWVkIHRoZSB1bml2ZXJzaXR5 IGJ5IHR1cm5pbmcgdGhlaXIgYm9va3N0b3JlcyBpbnRvIHNtYWxsIGNvbW11bml0aWVzl29m dGVuIGJ5IGFkZGluZyB3aGF0IHNlZW1lZCBhdCB0aGUgdGltZSBkZWNpZGVkbHkgb2RkIGlu bm92YXRpb25zIGxpa2UgZWFzeSBjaGFpcnMgYW5kIGVzcHJlc3NvIG1hY2hpbmVzLiBUaGV5 IGFkYXB0ZWQgdGhlIGludGltYXRlIG9yYWwgcHJlc2VudGF0aW9uIG9mIHRlbGV2aXNpb24g YW5kIHJhZGlvIHRvIHRoZSBlbmRzIG9mIHByaW50IGN1bHR1cmUgYW5kIHByZXNlbnRlZCBz dGVhZHkgc3RyZWFtcyBvZiBpbmZvcm1hbCByZWFkaW5ncywgbGVjdHVyZXMsIGFuZCBkaXNj dXNzaW9uIGdyb3VwcyB0byBwcm92aWRlIGFuIGFjY2VzcyBpbnRvIGxpdGVyYXR1cmUuIFRo ZXkgYWxzbyBjYXRlcmVkIHRvIGVsZWN0cm9uaWMgY3VsdHVyZZJzIG9ic2Vzc2lvbiB3aXRo IHBlcnNvbmFsaXR5IGJ5IGJyaW5naW5nIHRoZSB3cml0ZXJzIG9mZiB0aGUgcGFnZSBhbmQg aW50byB0aGUgYm9va3N0b3JlLiBUaGV5IGZvdW5kIGEgd2F5IHRvIGNvbWJpbmUgdGhlIGVj b25vbWljIGludGVyZXN0cyBvZiBwdWJsaXNoZXJzLCBib29rc3RvcmVzLCBhbmQgcG9ldHMg dG8gb3ZlcmNvbWUgdGhlIGZpbmFuY2lhbCBtYXJnaW5hbGl0eSBvZiBzZXJpb3VzIGxpdGVy YXR1cmUuIEZpbmFsbHksIHRoZXkgY29waWVkIGJvaGVtaWEgYnkgZGVtb2NyYXRpemluZyBs aXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlIGluIHdheXMgdGhlIGhpZXJhcmNoaWNhbCBpbnN0aXR1dGlvbnMg bGlrZSB0aGUgdW5pdmVyc2l0eSBjYW5ub3Qgc28gZWFzaWx5IG1hbmFnZS4gQSBzdHVkZW50 LCBhZnRlciBhbGwsIGlzIG5vdCBhbHdheXMgcmlnaHQsIGJ1dCB0aGUgY3VzdG9tZXIgaW52 YXJpYWJseSBpcy4gT3ZlciB0aGUgcGFzdCBkZWNhZGUgYm9va3N0b3JlcyBsaWtlIENoYXB0 ZXJzIGluIFdhc2hpbmd0b24sIEQuQy4gb3IgQ29keZJzIGluIEJlcmtlbGV5IGhhdmUgcHJl c2VudGVkIGxpdGVyYXJ5IHByb2dyYW1taW5nIGVxdWFsIHRvIHRoYXQgb2YgbWFqb3IgdW5p dmVyc2l0aWVzLCBhbmQgaXQgaGFzIGJlZW4gZnJlZSBhbmQgb3BlbiB0byBhbnlvbmUgd2hv IHdhbGtlZCBpbiB0aGUgZG9vci4NDU1lYW53aGlsZSB0aGUgcG9ldHJ5IHdvcmxkIGhhcyBi ZWNvbWUgbGVzcyBhY2FkZW1pYyBkdWUgdG8gYW4gdW5saWtlbHkgc291cmNll3RoZSB1bml2 ZXJzaXR5IGl0c2VsZi4gRm9yIHNldmVyYWwgZGVjYWRlcyBub3cgYWNhZGVtaWMgd3JpdGlu ZyBwcm9ncmFtcyBoYXZlIGJlZW4gcHJvZHVjaW5nIGRlZ3JlZS1iZWFyaW5nIGdyYWR1YXRl cyBmYXIgYmV5b25kIHRoZSBuZWVkcyBvZiB0aGUgam9iIG1hcmtldC4gVGhlcmUgYXJlIG5v dyBhYm91dCAyNSwwMDAgTUZBcyBwcm9kdWNlZCBlYWNoIGRlY2FkZSBvZiB3aG9tIG9ubHkg c29tZSBzbWFsbCBmcmFjdGlvbiB3aWxsIGJlY29tZSBjb2xsZWdlIHRlYWNoZXJzLiBJZiBh IHlvdW5nIEFtZXJpY2FuIHBvZXQgdG9kYXkgaXMgbW9yZSBsaWtlbHkgdGhhbiBldmVyIHRv IGhhdmUgc3R1ZGllZCBpbiBhIGdyYWR1YXRlIHdyaXRpbmcgcHJvZ3JhbSwgaGUgb3Igc2hl IGlzIG5vdyBsZXNzIGxpa2VseSB0aGFuIGV2ZXIgdG8gc3RheSB0aGVyZSBhcyBhIHRlYWNo ZXIuIFRoZXNlIGpvYmxlc3MgZ3JhZHVhdGVzIGFyZSBqb2luaW5nIG5vbi1hY2FkZW1pYyBs aXRlcmF0aSB0byBjcmVhdGUgYSBuZXcgYm9oZW1pYZdhIHNlcmlvdXMgbGl0ZXJhcnkgY3Vs dHVyZSB0aGF0IGlzIGdyb3dpbmcgb3V0IG9mIHRoZSBjb25zdGVsbGF0aW9ucyBvZiBib29r c3RvcmVzLCBub25wcm9maXQgcHJlc3NlcywgY29tbXVuaXR5LWJhc2VkIHdyaXRpbmcgY2Vu dGVycywgc21hbGwgbWFnYXppbmVzLCB3ZWVrZW5kIGNvbmZlcmVuY2VzLCBhbmQgY29tcHV0 ZXIgbmV0d29ya3MsIGNvbWJpbmVkIHdpdGggdGhlIGxhcmdlciB3b3JsZHMgb2Ygam91cm5h bGlzbSwgcHVibGlzaGluZywgYW5kIGFydHMgbWFuYWdlbWVudC4NDVRoZSBuZXcgYm9oZW1p YSB3aWxsIG5vdCByZXBsYWNlIGFjYWRlbWlhIGluIGN1bHR1cmFsIGxpZmUgYnV0IHN1cHBs ZW1lbnQgaXQsIGFuZCB0aGUgdHdvIGNvbW11bml0aWVzIHdpbGwgbm90IG9ubHkgZmVlZCBv ZmYgb25lIGFub3RoZXKScyBlbmVyZ3kgYnV0IHByb3ZpZGUgdGhlIHN5c3RlbSBvZiBpbnRl bGxlY3R1YWwgYW5kIGFydGlzdGljIGNoZWNrcyBhbmQgYmFsYW5jZXMgdGhhdCB3YXMgc29y ZWx5IGxhY2tpbmcgaW4gdGhlIGxhdGUgdHdlbnRpZXRoIGNlbnR1cnmScyBsb3BzaWRlZCBs aXRlcmFyeSBjdWx0dXJlLiBCZWNhdXNlIHRoaXMgbmV3IGJvaGVtaWEgaXMgc28gZGVjZW50 cmFsaXplZCwgZmV3IHBlb3BsZSwgaW5jbHVkaW5nIGl0cyBvd24gbWVtYmVycywgbm93IHJl YWxpemUgdGhlIHNjb3BlIG9mIGl0cyBhY3Rpdml0aWVzLCBidXQgaXRzIHJhdGUgb2YgZ3Jv d3RoIGlzIGV4dHJhb3JkaW5hcnkuIFRvZGF5LCBmb3IgdGhlIGZpcnN0IHRpbWUgaW4gZmlm dHkgeWVhcnMsIHRoZSB2YXN0IG1ham9yaXR5IG9mIHlvdW5nIEFtZXJpY2FuIHdyaXRlcnMg bm93IGxpdmUgYW5kIHdvcmsgb3V0c2lkZSB0aGUgdW5pdmVyc2l0eS4gVGhlIGN1bHR1cmFs IGNvbnNlcXVlbmNlcyBvZiB0aGlzIGVjb25vbWljIGFuZCBkZW1vZ3JhcGhpYyBjaGFuZ2Ug d2lsbCBzaWduaWZpY2FudGx5IGFmZmVjdCBldmVyeSBhc3BlY3Qgb2YgQW1lcmljYW4gcG9l dHJ5Lg0NSVguIFRoZSBBdWRpdG9yeSBBdmFudC1HYXJkZQ0NQnkgbm93IGl0IHNob3VsZCBh bHNvIGJlIGFwcGFyZW50IHRoYXQgdGhlIHRoaXJkIHNpZ25pZmljYW50IGZlYXR1cmUgb2Yg dGhlIG5ldyBwb3B1bGFyIHBvZXRyeZdpdHMgdXNlIG9mIGF1ZGl0b3J5IGZvcm0sIGl0cyB1 bmFwb2xvZ2V0aWMgZGVsaWdodCBpbiBwYXR0ZXJuaW5nIHNvdW5kl2lzIGFsc28gaW5jcmVh c2luZ2x5IGV2aWRlbnQgaW4gbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LiBUaGlzIHNoaWZ0IGluIHNlbnNp YmlsaXR5IHRvd2FyZCBvcmFsaXR5IGlzIG5vdCBhIHNpbmdsZSBsaXRlcmFyeSBtb3ZlbWVu dCwgYSBzaW5pc3RlciBjYWJhbCBvZiB5b3VuZyBwb2V0cyBtYWxpY2lvdXNseSBkZXRlcm1p bmVkIHRvIOlwYXRlciBsZXMgYm91cmdlb2lzIGF2YW50LWdhcmRlcywgYXMgaXQgaGFzIHNv bWV0aW1lcyBiZWVuIG1pc2NvbnN0cnVlZC4gUmF0aGVyIHRoZSBnZW5lcmF0aW9uYWwgZ3Jv dXAgb2YgeW91bmcgcG9ldHMga25vd24gYXMgdGhlIE5ldyBGb3JtYWxpc3RzIHJlZmxlY3Rl ZCBhIGNoYW5nZSBpbiB0aGUgWmVpdGdlaXN0LCBhIHdpZGVzcHJlYWQgYW5kIGRlY2VudHJh bGl6ZWQgcmVzcG9uc2UgdG8gdGhlIG5ldyBvcmFsIGN1bHR1cmUgc3Vycm91bmRpbmcgbGl0 ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5LCB3aGljaCBpbmNsdWRlcyB3cml0ZXJzIG9sZCwgeW91bmcsIGFuZCBt aWRkbGUgYWdlZCwgYWNhZGVtaWNzLCBib2hlbWlhbnMsIHByb2dyZXNzaXZlcywgY29uc2Vy dmF0aXZlcywgYW5hcmNoaXN0cywgYW5kIGV4cGVyaW1lbnRhbGlzdHMuIA1UaGUgTmV3IEZv cm1hbGlzdHMsIFNwb2tlbiBXb3JkIGFydGlzdHMsIFNsYW0gUG9ldHMsIENvd2JveSBQb2V0 cywgYW5kIFJhcHBlcnMgY29sbGVjdGl2ZWx5IGNvbnN0aXR1dGUgYW4gYXVkaXRvcnkgYXZh bnQtZ2FyZGUuIFBvZXRzIG9mIHRoZXNlIGRpc3BhcmF0ZSBzY2hvb2xzIGJyaW5nIGRpZmZl cmVudCB0aGVvcmV0aWNhbCwgaGlzdG9yaWNhbCwgYW5kIGlkZW9sb2dpY2FsIGFzc3VtcHRp b25zIHRvIHRoZWlyIHdvcmsuIFdoYXQgdGhleSBhbGwgaGF2ZSBpbiBjb21tb24gaXMgYW4g ZW1waXJpY2FsIGludGVyZXN0IGluIGF1ZGl0b3J5IGZvcm0gYW5kIGEgZGlzcmVnYXJkIGZv ciB0aGUgb3V0ZGF0ZWQgY3JpdGljYWwgdGFib28gdW5kZXIgd2hpY2ggaXQgd2FzIHJlY2Vu dGx5IHBsYWNlZC4NDUFjYWRlbWljIGxpdGVyYXJ5IGNyaXRpY3MgaGF2ZSBiZWVuIHVuYWJs ZSB0byB1bmRlcnN0YW5kIHRoZSByZXN1cmdlbmNlLiBXaHk/IEJlY2F1c2UgdGhleSBoYXZl IHRyaWVkIHRvIGZyYW1lIGl0IHRocm91Z2ggk3JlYXItdmlldyBtaXJyb3IgdGhpbmtpbmcs lCBieSBsb29raW5nIGJhY2t3YXJkcyBhdCB0aGUgcmVjZWRpbmcgaWRlYXMgb2YgTW9kZXJu aXNtIGFuZCB0aGUgYXZhbnQtZ2FyZGUgcmF0aGVyIHRoYW4gcGxhY2luZyBpdCBpbiBhIGJy b2FkZXIgY3VsdHVyYWwgcGVyc3BlY3RpdmUuIEJ1dCB0aGF0IHNob3VsZCBjb21lIGFzIG5v IHN1cnByaXNlLiBBY2FkZW1pYyBsaXRlcmFyeSBjcml0aWNpc20gaXMgYSBub2JsZSBlbnRl cnByaXNlLCBidXQgaXQgaGFzIG5ldmVyIGJlZW4gYW55IG1vcmUgcmVsaWFibGUgaW4gcHJl ZGljdGluZyBuZXcgYXJ0aXN0aWMgdHJlbmRzIHRoYW4gZWNvbm9tZXRyaWNzIGhhcyBiZWVu IGluIGZvcmVjYXN0aW5nIG1ham9yIGNoYW5nZXMgaW4gdGhlIEdyb3NzIERvbWVzdGljIFBy b2R1Y3Qgb3IgRG93IEpvbmVzIEluZHVzdHJpYWwgQXZlcmFnZS4gR2VudWluZWx5IG5ldyBh cnRpc3RpYyBkZXZlbG9wbWVudHOXYmUgdGhleSB0aGUgcmV2aXZhbCBvZiBwb3B1bGFyIHBv ZXRyeSBvciB0aGUgcmVlbWVyZ2VuY2Ugb2YgZm9ybZd0ZW5kIHRvIG1vdmUgZGlhbGVjdGlj YWxseSBmcm9tIHRoZSBtYXJnaW5zIG9mIGVzdGFibGlzaGVkIGN1bHR1cmUgcmF0aGVyIHRo YW4gc21vb3RobHkgZnJvbSB0aGUgY2VudHJhbCBjb25zZW5zdXMNDVRoaXMgbm90aW9uIGxl YWRzIHRvIGEgZmluYWwgY29tcGFyaXNvbiBiZXR3ZWVuIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0 cnkgYW5kIGl0cyBsaXRlcmFyeSBjb3VudGVycGFydJduYW1lbHkgdGhlIHF1ZXN0aW9uIG9m IHBvcHVsYXJpdHkuIEZvciBoYWxmIGEgY2VudHVyeSBpdCBoYXMgYmVlbiB1bml2ZXJzYWxs eSBhc3N1bWVkIHRoYXQgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IGlzIGEgbW9yaWJ1bmQgYXJ0IHdpdGgg bm8gYXVkaWVuY2Ugb3V0c2lkZSB0aGUgdW5pdmVyc2l0eSBhbmQgbGl0dGxlIHZpdGFsaXR5 IHdpdGhvdXQgaW5zdGl0dXRpb25hbCBzdXBwb3J0LiBUbyBib3Jyb3cgYW4gaW1hZ2UgZnJv bSBwb3B1bGFyIGN1bHR1cmUsIHBvZXRyeZJzIHJlY2VudCByZXB1dGF0aW9uIHNvdW5kcyBs aWtlIHRoZSBkZWFkIHBhcnJvdCBkZXNjcmliZWQgYnkgdGhlIGN1c3RvbWVyIGluIHRoZSBm YW1vdXMgk01vbnR5IFB5dGhvbpQgc2tpdC4gUmV0dXJuaW5nIHRvIHRoZSBwZXQgc3RvcmUg dG8gY29tcGxhaW4gdGhhdCBoZSBoYXMgYmVlbiBzb2xkIGEgZGVhZCBwYXJyb3QsIGhlIG9i c2VydmVzOiANDVRoaXMgcGFycm90IGlzIG5vIG1vcmUuDUl0IGhhcyBjZWFzZWQgdG8gYmUu DUl0knMgZXhwaXJlZCBhbmQgZ29uZSB0byBtZWV0IGl0cyBtYWtlci4NVGhpcyBpcyBhIGxh dGUgcGFycm90IC4gLiAuDUJlcmVmdCBvZiBsaWZlLCBpdCByZXN0cyBpbiBwZWFjZS4NSWYg eW91IGhhZG6SdCBuYWlsZWQgaXQgdG8gdGhlIHBlcmNoLA1pdCB3b3VsZCBiZSBwdXNoaW5n IHVwIGRhaXNpZXMuDUl0knMgcnVuZyBkb3duIHRoZSBjdXJ0YWluDWFuZCBqb2luZWQgdGhl IGNob2lyIGludmlzaWJsZS4gDVRoaXMgaXMgYW4gZXgtcGFycm90Lg0NQnV0IHJhdGhlciB0 aGFuIGFjY2VwdCBsaXRlcmFyeSBwb2V0cnmScyBwb3NpdGlvbiBhcyBhbiBleC1hcnQsIGJl cmVmdCBvZiBsaWZlLCBhbmQgbmFpbGVkIHRvIGEgcGVyY2ggaW4gYWNhZGVtZSwgYW4gYXN0 dXRlIG9ic2VydmVyIG1pZ2h0IHZlbnR1cmUgdGhlIG9waW5pb24gdGhhdCB0aGUgbmV3IG9y YWwgY3VsdHVyZSBoYXMgYWxyZWFkeSBjcmVhdGVkIHRoZSBjb25kaXRpb25zIGZvciBpdHMg cmV2aXZhbC4gV2lsbCBpdCBiZSBhIG1hc3MgYXVkaWVuY2U/IFdlbGwsIGlyb25pY2FsbHks IHRoZSBtYXNzIGF1ZGllbmNlIGhhcyBiZWVuIHRoZSBmaXJzdCBvbmUgdG8gcmUtZW5nYWdl IHdpdGggdGhlIGFydCB0aHJvdWdoIHRoZSBuZXcgcG9wdWxhciBwb2V0cnmXZGVzcGl0ZSB0 aGUgZ2VuZXJhbCBjb25zZW5zdXMgYW1vbmcgaW50ZWxsZWN0dWFscyB0aGF0IHN1Y2ggYSBy YXBwcm9jaGVtZW50IHdhcyBpbXBvc3NpYmxlLg0NQWx0aG91Z2ggY29udmVudGlvbmFsIHdp c2RvbSBwb3J0cmF5cyB0aGUgcmlzZSBvZiBlbGVjdHJvbmljIG1lZGlhIGFuZCB0aGUgcmVs YXRpdmUgZGVjbGluZSBvZiBwcmludCBhcyBhIGRpc2FzdGVyIGZvciBhbGwga2luZHMgb2Yg bGl0ZXJhdHVyZSwgdGhpcyBzaXR1YXRpb24gaXMgbGFyZ2VseSBiZW5lZmljaWFsIGZvciBw b2V0cnkuIEl0IGhhcyBub3QgY3JlYXRlZCBhIHBvbGFyaXplZCBjaG9pY2UgYmV0d2VlbiBz cG9rZW4gYW5kIHByaW50ZWQgaW5mb3JtYXRpb24uIEJvdGggbWVkaWEgY29leGlzdCBpbiB0 aGVpciBtYW55IG9mdGVuLW92ZXJsYXBwaW5nIGZvcm1zLiBXaGF0IHRoZSBuZXcgdGVjaG5v bG9neSBoYXMgZG9uZSBpcyBzbGlnaHRseSByZWFkanVzdCB0aGUgY29udGVtcG9yYXJ5IHNl bnNpYmlsaXR5IGluIGZhdm9yIG9mIHNvdW5kIGFuZCBvcmFsaXR5LiBUaGUgcmVsYXRpb24g YmV0d2VlbiBwcmludCBhbmQgc3BlZWNoIGluIEFtZXJpY2FuIGN1bHR1cmUgdG9kYXkgaXMg cHJvYmFibHkgY2xvc2VyIHRvIHRoYXQgaW4gU2hha2VzcGVhcmWScyBhZ2UgdGhhbiBFbGlv dJJzIGVyYZdub3QgYW4gYWx0b2dldGhlciBiYWQgc2l0dWF0aW9uIGZvciBhIHBvZXQuIEZv ciB0aGUgZmlyc3QgdGltZSBpbiBhIGNlbnR1cnkgdGhlcmUgaXMgdGhlIHBvc3NpYmlsaXR5 IG9mIHNlcmlvdXMgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IHJlLWVuZ2FnaW5nIGEgbm9uLXNwZWNpYWxp emVkIGF1ZGllbmNlIG9mIGFydGlzdHMgYW5kIGludGVsbGVjdHVhbHMsIGJvdGggaW4gYW5k IG91dCBvZiB0aGUgYWNhZGVteS4gVGhlcmUgaXMgYWxzbyBhbiBvcHBvcnR1bml0eSBvZiBy ZWNlbnRlcmluZyB0aGUgYXJ0IG9uIGFuIGFlc3RoZXRpYyB0aGF0IGNvbWJpbmVzIHRoZSBw bGVhc3VyZXMgb2Ygb3JhbCBtZWRpYSBhbmQgcmljaG5lc3Mgb2YgcHJpbnQgY3VsdHVyZSwg dGhhdCBkcmF3cyBmcm9tIHRyYWRpdGlvbiB3aXRob3V0IGJlaW5nIGxpbWl0ZWQgYnkgdGhl IHBhc3QsIHRoYXQgZW1icmFjZXMgZm9ybSBhbmQgbmFycmF0aXZlIHdpdGhvdXQgcmVqZWN0 aW5nIHRoZSBleHBlcmltZW50YWwgaGVyaXRhZ2Ugb2YgTW9kZXJuaXNtLCBhbmQgdGhhdCBy ZWNvZ25pemVzIHRoZSBuZWNlc3NhcnkgaW50ZXJkZXBlbmRlbmNlIG9mIGhpZ2ggYW5kIHBv cHVsYXIgY3VsdHVyZS4gQSBzZXJpb3VzIGFydCBkb2VzIG5vdCBuZWVkIGEgbGFyZ2UgYXVk aWVuY2UgdG8gcHJvc3Blcpdvbmx5IGEgbGl2ZWx5LCBkaXZlcnNlLCBhbmQgZW5nYWdlZCBv bmUuDQ1BcyBsb25nIGFzIGh1bWFuaXR5IGZhY2VzIG1vcnRhbGl0eSBhbmQgdXNlcyBsYW5n dWFnZSB0byBkZXNjcmliZSBpdHMgZXhpc3RlbmNlLCBwb2V0cnkgd2lsbCByZW1haW4gb25l IG9mIGl0cyBlc3NlbnRpYWwgc3Bpcml0dWFsIHJlc291cmNlcy4gUG9ldHJ5IGlzIGFuIGFy dCB0aGF0IHByZWNlZGVkIHdyaXRpbmcsIGFuZCBpdCB3aWxsIHN1cnZpdmUgdGVsZXZpc2lv biBhbmQgdmlkZW8gZ2FtZXMuIEhvdz8gTW9zdGx5IGJ5IGJlaW5nIGl0c2VsZpdjb25jaXNl LCBpbW1lZGlhdGUsIGVtb3RpdmUsIG1lbW9yYWJsZSwgYW5kIG11c2ljYWwsIHRoZSBxdWFs aXRpZXMgbW9zdCBwcml6ZWQgaW4gdGhlIG5ldyBvcmFsIGN1bHR1cmUsIHdoaWNoIGFyZSBh bHNvIHRoZSB2aXJ0dWVzIHRyYWRpdGlvbmFsbHkgYXNzb2NpYXRlZCB3aXRoIHRoZSBhcnQu IFNlcmlvdXMgbGl0ZXJhcnkgcG9ldHJ5IG1heSBldmVuIGJlIGJldHRlciBwb3NpdGlvbmVk IHRvIHRocml2ZSBpbiB0aGlzIG5ldyBjZW50dXJ5IHRoYW4gdGhhdCBncmVhdGVzdCBjcmVh dGlvbiBvZiBwcmludCBjdWx0dXJlLCB0aGUgbm92ZWwuIFllcywgdGhlIHBvZXRpYyBhcnQg d2lsbCBjaGFuZ2UgYnV0IHBvc3NpYmx5IGluIHdheXMgdGhhdCBicmluZyBpdCBjbG9zZXIg dG8gU2hha2VzcGVhcmUsIE1hcmxvd2UsIGFuZCBNaWx0b24sIHdobyB1bmRlcnN0b29kIGhv dyB0byBicmluZyByaWNobHkgY29tcGxleCBwb2V0cnkgb2ZmIHRoZSBwYWdlIHdpdGhvdXQg bG9zaW5nIGFueXRoaW5nIG9uIGl0LCB0aGFuIHRvIHRoZSB0eXBvZ3JhcGhpYyB0cmFkaXRp b25zIG9mIE1vZGVybmlzbS4gQnV0IHRoZXJlIGFyZSBzdXJlbHkgc29sdXRpb25zIHRvIHRo aXMgYXJ0aXN0aWMgY2hhbGxlbmdlIHRoYXQgd2UgY2Fubm90IGltYWdpbmUgYXQgdGhlIG1v bWVudC4gVGhlIHByb2JsZW0gd29uknQgYmUgZmluZGluZyBhbiBhdWRpZW5jZS4gVGhlIGNo YWxsZW5nZSB3aWxsIGJlIHdyaXRpbmcgd2VsbCBlbm91Z2ggdG8gZGVzZXJ2ZSBvbmUuIEV2 ZW4gaWYgdGhlcmUgYXJlIGZld2VyIHJlYWRlcnMsIHBlb3BsZSB3aWxsIGJlIGxpc3Rlbmlu Zy4NDVRoZSBIdWRzb24gUmV2aWV3IFZvbC4gTFZJLCBOby4gMSAoU3ByaW5nIDIwMDMpIENv cHlyaWdodCCpIDIwMDMgYnkgRGFuIEdpb2lhIA0DDQ0EDQ0DDQ0EDQ1EaXNhcHBlYXJpbmcg SW5rOiBQb2V0cnkgYXQgdGhlIEVuZCBvZiBQcmludCBDdWx0dXJlDQ1EaXNhcHBlYXJpbmcg SW5rOiBQb2V0cnkgYXQgdGhlIEVuZCBvZiBQcmludCBDdWx0dXJlDQ0TIFBBR0UgFDEyFSBv ZiATIE5VTVBBR0VTIBQxNxUJCVBvZXRyeSBhdCB0aGUgRW5kIG9mIFByaW50IEN1bHR1cmUu ZG9jDQ1Qb2V0cnkgYXQgdGhlIEVuZCBvZiBQcmludCBDdWx0dXJlLmRvYwkJEyBQQUdFIBQx MRUgb2YgEyBOVU1QQUdFUyAUMTcVDQ0gICAgICAgICAgICAgIAENRGlzYXBwZWFyaW5nIElu azogUG9ldHJ5IGF0IHRoZSBFbmQgb2YgUHJpbnQgQ3VsdHVyZQ1CeSBEYW5hIEdpb2lhC1Zv bC4gTFZJLCBOby4gMSAoU3ByaW5nIDIwMDMpIA0NDVBvZXRyeSBhdCB0aGUgRW5kIG9mIFBy aW50IEN1bHR1cmUuZG9jCQkTIFBBR0UgFDEVIG9mIBMgTlVNUEFHRVMgFDE3FQ0NDQ0NDQ0A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAABgAAAQgAALoIAADNCAAAzggAAM8IAADrCAAAXx0AAIgdAADkQQAA5UEAAP5BAAD/QQAA LkIAAKdEAADFRAAAllIAALZSAACkXwAAw18AAMRfAABUYAAAXW0AAF5tAABUcQAAVXEAAGRz AABlcwAAXXUAAF51AACTeAAAlHgAAGp6AABregAAFpkAADKZAACanQAAuJ0AAC+lAAAwpQAA vrAAAOewAACiswAAo7MAAATVAAAi1QAAIO8AAD3vAAA58gAAOvIAADv6AAA8+gAARAUBAHMF AQB0BQEAkQUBAJIFAQD47eHt3dXd1d3R1d3t3c3d1d3V3e3d0d3J3cndyd3J3cndwd293bnd wd213a3drd213bXdpZ2llQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADxVoeUQJABZojUdEADYIgQ8VaHlECQAW aHlECQA2CIEPFWh5RAkAFmjMFLIANgiBDxVoeUQJABZozBSyADUIgQYWaAE3SwAABhZorHv1 AAAGFmg1Vi4AAA8VaHNBiQAWaMwUsgA1CIEGFmgtZ6sAAAYWaIwK+QAABhZo0D50AAAPFWjQ PnQAFmjMFLIANQiBBhZozBSyAAAXFWjQPnQAFmjMFLIANgiBQ0oUAGFKFAAUFWjQPnQAFmjM FLIAQ0oUAGFKFAAADhZojAr5AENKFABhShQAOAAGAACnCAAAzggAAM8IAADrCAAA7AgAAM4L AADPCwAACxEAAAwRAAANFgAADhYAACsZAAAsGQAAXx0AAIgdAACJHQAAyx8AAMwfAAAXJQAA GCUAAPMmAAD0JgAA0ykAANQpAADkLAAA5SwAACIxAAAjMQAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcAAAMkA2EkA2dkzBSyAAAc AAYAAJMFAQBXBwEAWgcBAP39/QAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEBAABAQMjMQAAEzUAABQ1AAB+NwAAfzcAAOs5AADsOQAA /D4AAP0+AADkQQAA5UEAAP5BAAD/QQAAI0IAAC9CAAAwQgAAikMAAItDAACYRgAAmUYAAGNI AABkSAAATEwAAE1MAADZTgAA2k4AAJRSAACVUgAAllIAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAAADJANhJANnZMwUsgAAHJZS AAC2UgAAt1IAAMZVAADHVQAAhFkAAIVZAACLXAAAjFwAAKNfAACkXwAAw18AAMRfAABFYAAA VGAAAFVgAADNZAAAzmQAAIhnAACJZwAAiGoAAIlqAACKbAAAsmwAANVsAAACbQAAMG0AAF1t AABebQAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAcAAAMkA2EkA2dkzBSyAAAcXm0AAM9uAADQbgAA9m4AAB1vAABCbwAAQ28AAGdv AACNbwAAvW8AAL5vAADobwAAFnAAAEZwAAB1cAAAj3AAANRwAADVcAAA8HAAAA5xAAAwcQAA VHEAAFVxAACGcgAAh3IAAKRyAAC/cgAA3XIAAPlyAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABwAAAyQDYSQDZ2TMFLIAABz5cgAA F3MAAC1zAABMcwAAZHMAAGVzAABRdAAAUnQAAHt0AACWdAAArnQAAL50AAAHdQAANXUAAF11 AABedQAApHUAAKV1AADpdwAA6ncAACV4AABheAAAk3gAAJR4AAAleQAAJnkAAF15AACIeQAA tXkAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAHAAADJANhJANnZMwUsgAAHLV5AADbeQAAAHoAAB96AABIegAAanoAAGt6AAC/fgAA wH4AAHWBAAB2gQAAIYQAACKEAADjhgAA5IYAADGKAAAyigAAjo8AAI+PAABYkgAAWZIAAN6V AAAVmQAAFpkAADKZAAAzmQAARJwAAEWcAAAOngAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcAAAMkA2EkA2dkzBSyAAAcDp4AAA+e AACqoAAAq6AAAC+lAAAwpQAA7acAAO6nAADqqQAA66kAAEGsAABCrAAA7q4AAO+uAAC9sAAA vrAAAOewAADosAAAorMAAKOzAAAKuQAAC7kAAB2+AAAevgAAVcIAAFbCAAC/xQAAwMUAAPjH AAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAABwAAAyQDYSQDZ2TMFLIAABz4xwAA+ccAAPDLAADxywAAoM4AAKHOAACR0QAAktEAAAPV AAAE1QAAItUAACPVAAD01gAA9dYAAPjaAAD52gAA998AAPjfAADC4gAAw+IAANvoAADc6AAA TewAAE7sAAAf7wAAIO8AAD3vAAA+7wAAOvIAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAA APcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAAADJANhJANnZMwUsgAAHDryAADK8wAA y/MAANn2AADa9gAADfkAAA75AAAm+QAAO/kAAGT5AACA+QAAo/kAAMn5AADp+QAABPoAACX6 AAA7+gAAPPoAABX8AAAW/AAADAEBAA0BAQBDBQEARAUBAJMFAQCVBQEAlgUBAJgFAQD3AAAA AAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAA APcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPcAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD3 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA9wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAO8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAADtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA7QAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAO0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABAAAABwAAAyQDYSQDZ2R5RAkA AAcAAAMkA2EkA2dkzBSyAAAbkgUBAJMFAQCUBQEAlgUBAJcFAQCZBQEAmgUBAJwFAQCdBQEA nwUBANMFAQDUBQEA1QUBAAkGAQAKBgEACwYBAAwGAQASBgEAEwYBABUGAQAWBgEAGgYBABsG AQAlBgEAJgYBACgGAQApBgEAKwYBAE0GAQBPBgEA9+/r7+vv6+/r5N3Z0MnZsJywhbCcsJyw hbB2Z1gAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAdFmi7GlwANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIA XkoCAGFKEAAdFmiiJIoANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEAAdFmi4ZW0ANQiBQ0oQAE9K AgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEAAsFmg1Vi4AMEoTADUIgUNKEABPSgIAUUoCAF5KAgBhShAAbUgABG5I AAR1CAEAJxVoIBHoABZoIBHoADBKEwA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFKAgBeSgIAYUoQADADagAAAAAV aCAR6AAWaCAR6AAwShMANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAVQgBXkoCAGFKEAAADBVoRhEoABZouGVt AAAQFWiiJIoAFmiiJIoAYUocAAAGFmi4ZW0AAAwVaMwUsgAWaLhlbQAADBVozBSyABZozBSy AAAGFmgZSnsAAA8DagAAAAAWaBlKewBVCAEPFWh5RAkAFmjVCz4ANgiBAB2YBQEAmQUBAJsF AQCcBQEAngUBAJ8FAQDUBQEA1QUBAAoGAQALBgEAUgYBAFMGAQCaBgEAmwYBAP0AAAAAAAAA AAAAAAD9AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/QAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD9AAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAzAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAACbAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA/QAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AIkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD9AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAiQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEhAADcYH AcAhAawmAiRkBAEAAU7GCAAAAP8EAQEAZ2QpPgsAADACAAMkAQ3GCwADJAnEDkQlAACCJGQE AQABJWQEAQAEJmQSGQABJ2QSGQAETsYIAAAA/wQBAQBPxggAAAD/BAEEAFDGCAAAAP8SGQEA UcYIAAAA/xIZBABhJAFnZAJiRQAAMAIAAyQBDcYLAAMkCcQORCUAAIIkZAQBAAElZAQBAAQm ZBIZAAEnZBIZAAROxggAAAD/BAEBAE/GCAAAAP8EAQQAUMYIAAAA/xIZAQBRxggAAAD/EhkE AGEkAWdkXQOuAAABAAAADU8GAQBRBgEAUgYBAFMGAQB1BgEAeQYBAHsGAQB8BgEAggYBAIMG AQCFBgEAhgYBAIoGAQCLBgEAlQYBAJYGAQCYBgEAmQYBAJoGAQCbBgEAqQYBAKoGAQCrBgEA zwYBAN8GAQDgBgEA4wYBAPDe2su83qOPo3ijj6OPo3ij3tpxZmJZU01HAAAAAAAAAAAKFmh7 H7EAQ0oYAAAKFmhdcUYAYUocAAAKFmjMFLIAYUocAAAQFWjMFLIAFmjMFLIAYUocAAAGFmhG ESgAABUDagAAAAAVaMwUsgAWaMwUsgBVCAEMFmhdcUYANQiBXAiBACwWaDVWLgAwShMANQiB Q0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEABtSAAEbkgABHUIAQAnFWggEegAFmggEegAMEoTADUIgUNK EABPSgIAUUoCAF5KAgBhShAAMANqAAAAABVoIBHoABZoIBHoADBKEwA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFK AgBVCAFeSgIAYUoQAAAdFmhib84ANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEAAdFmiiJIoANQiB Q0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEAAGFmi4ZW0AACMVaF0DrgAWaLhlbQA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFK AgBeSgIAYUoQAB0WaE5z5gA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFKAgBeSgIAYUoQAAAamwYBAKsGAQDgBgEA DQcBAA4HAQAPBwEAVQcBAFYHAQBXBwEAWAcBAFkHAQDRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAoAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAG8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAABtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAbQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFsAAAAAAAAAAAAA AABtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAbQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAG0AAAAAAAAAAAAAAABtAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAASEAANxgcBwCEBrCYCJGQEAQABTsYIAAAA/wQBAQBnZCAR6AAAAQAAADACAAMk AQ3GCwADQAvEDkQlAACCJGQEAQABJWQEAQAEJmQSGQABJ2QSGQAETsYIAAAA/wQBAQBPxggA AAD/BAEEAFDGCAAAAP8SGQEAUcYIAAAA/xIZBABhJAFnZMVhcwAAMAIAAyQBDcYLAANAC8QO RCUAAIIkZAQBAAElZAQBAAQmZBIZAAEnZBIZAAROxggAAAD/BAEBAE/GCAAAAP8EAQQAUMYI AAAA/xIZAQBRxggAAAD/EhkEAGEkAWdkzBSyAAAtAgANxgsAA0ALxA5EJQAAgiRkBAEAASVk BAEABCZkEhkAASdkEhkABE7GCAAAAP8EAQEAT8YIAAAA/wQBBABQxggAAAD/EhkBAFHGCAAA AP8SGQQAZ2RdcUYAAArjBgEA7QYBAO4GAQAMBwEADQcBAA8HAQAxBwEANQcBADYHAQA3BwEA OAcBAD4HAQA/BwEAQAcBAEEHAQBFBwEARgcBAFAHAQBRBwEAUwcBAFQHAQBVBwEAVgcBAFcH AQBZBwEA+vTr5eHSw7GiiXWJXol1iXWJR4mx4UPhAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYWaBlKewAALBZojAr5 ADBKEwA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFKAgBeSgIAYUoQAG1IAARuSAAEdQgBACwWaDVWLgAwShMANQiB Q0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEABtSAAEbkgABHUIAQAnFWggEegAFmggEegAMEoTADUIgUNK EABPSgIAUUoCAF5KAgBhShAAMANqAAAAABVoIBHoABZoIBHoADBKEwA1CIFDShAAT0oCAFFK AgBVCAFeSgIAYUoQAAAdFmi4ZW0ANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEAAjFWjTIpwAFmi4 ZW0ANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEAAdFmhib84ANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFK EAAdFmiiJIoANQiBQ0oQAE9KAgBRSgIAXkoCAGFKEAAGFmi4ZW0AAAoWaI1HRABDShgAABAV aMwUsgAWaMwUsgBDShgAAAoWaF1xRgBDShgAAAoWaMwUsgBDShgAGFkHAQBaBwEAWwcBAP0A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAD1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABwAAAyQDYSQD Z2R5RAkAAAEAAAACWQcBAFoHAQBbBwEA/PQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPFWh5RAkAFmjVCz4ANgiBBhZoJjmgAAJbAAkwAAowARkwATGQaAE6 cI1HRAAfsNAvILDgPSGwgAQisIAEI5CgBSSQ8AMlsAAAF7DQAhiw0AILUAEABTAADJDQAgPy AAASBPIA0AID8gEAEgTyAWgBA/ICtBIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAM07AABEAGQAAAAAAAAACgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACFH5IE6APoAwAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADwAE8DAAAACyBArwCAAAAAEEAAAACgAAIwAL8AwA AAAEQQEAAAD/AQAACAAAABDwBAAAAAAAAIJiAAfwSTsAAAYGoRkUrcEaayHWvuVvUZaV1v8A JTsAAAEAAABEAAAAAAAUAABuHvAdOwAAoRkUrcEaayHWvuVvUZaV1v+JUE5HDQoaCgAAAA1J SERSAAACGgAAAE4IAgAAAOlbKLkAAAABc1JHQgCuzhzpAAAACXBIWXMAAA7EAAAOxAGVKw4b AAA6sUlEQVR4Xu19TWhjWZbmy5kokCETJOgAaSAXasgEGbJAhk6wBmqhhGpQQA3IiwZ7MQsn 1MIJM+CAaUgvesABM+CAWYQXDemlDbOwFw2hXWlRDTLMwl4UhBa5UEEWyNAJFnRCaBGQ891z 7s+5970n613ZlfHzHpkK+em9+3Puud/5vfd+9PPPP3/09fMkqSTJvPwsKVBSoKRASYGSAnEU +MiIk8S8jy/ld0jWkg6sYZR0KOlQ8kDJA0vxwH8wcGHoVcEXXPOEv6hPwpTyfkmHkh/KeVHi QIkD+TjA1smx0UNJeIBj5qyWWplc3hcEKenDjFHSoaSDtl9LfijxQckL4+xy0OAbNeV9q4xo EVvSx3rAhMJR8knJJ1IBLfnhg+QH4+wCVjrvlnB2lfeZLCUdSjpIJ3DJDyU/lPyQCoJkObuc luE7u8r7gfcv/NNq6yXdZKJgymta0s1LpCzpU86X92S+aGfX9GivYqPu9w2alaTy5ORieD11 UX1W7ubz071er9XyIjf3JrTUCB0Nr59dXKXr9SJDbJinIwHlfWmwl/Qp+aHkh7RDr5wXYl5o cfL6u33O6Hqg66tjiJOJzhBzQYjK+V6v324+UKUo9tnF5cFglK7XEzCuepHGVkZK2JItSIdq pdJp1nobrdl0djqejCfQIWLKKVpv+XxJZ5c6VJxvS/65F/7RsZO5hxr3D++cdKyDEPzF2UD3 X50t8bUWkjJXDT+aQJHqtW1Med+MUXH61OvV/mbrdKc7Pth5udff22x9298c7feb9aqicEln G2ko+U3Ns3LepcHwfcAfE4rXXP6AyG5W3VuqyQShh6p3TfGtXDpj8vlsKFVDZ3mfRewSdGBW qSTVamWz1Tjsd//w7c7kYPd8t7e92apXnZULSyVJ1kyZS5fvrWxYoj3l8yywSzqUdFhm/j4k n2hxoqt4KFTPVXsfvF5r9sovvJ0MG2Tl/aXpAFK16o3tzebRdvdqf2tyuAv749teu9usZ44j 0fe1yxi0FZX0Z8Yr6VDS4f3CH53Z9XK/V6usVdcqtWolGxuiJM1snkxns+nr+dMzhE7gRg+D E9Btu61GvVZtCq02qir3ElBsOpvf3M5w68Xw6uwSMRuj5LpdQ6RD32rl7IRLr+L84O7DedVc q4EZGpWk3qit16otDFKt0oBJsvTwgOjrByeTGwyEsHvsEJR0ZkqWdCjp8L7gktyzS3E2XN2t RmOn24L7e2ncyHgQUAIRcn4FMDFokpcCoaqttBq14+3uZrO+SqWT2fzgfDgcQ5pwMMjma/li rEzGWJyklFSgXvRaq6ZIYAjWD88mNxSNDzUJo5uXyUJp4pT8WSbRvZvzgp1dJhw9nwOILyeT b04GzwbXqyD78fAa/5EsIViXziXp4KPagf2wXfonL1F7dKU3s/mT44uzyzEqJWEiKg1iy9Lr ImOkH/J9ZgNN//hR8IYPGeJz4+ySQ+CCNH5OxIdM/5IPmStKOrzLdGBxIsKk2gteORqOVgGV k8uxNuTZnA9ESFZ4/OZmNuK80qjr9GpMaakcKGYBSRKF//Qc9xY6y/tZFFAkQwj9Hq55Zc1F iW0+j/1SjotNeyv5k7mipMO7TAexyYqXyAszJbme3MQhCgyFyfSW8DzFIlL7sA8Y6L+ezOJq xFvnvK4l0xJKA5kWb+mMYZahH9L9YESIMrXlIyR3DNhrxwaSsM4PaUW7VDs+JPp/aPxW9lfD 1HuIM9LZJXINCeijbYWpDl0QUgR2iUs5D1IbVZWTGQmh4heE33hqTJPQr2Ka4WXIGQsm3Z40 vPKd9/V+xogkiD8NxpMhIl8ruB9NfNFYipaAeZR02a5yqYq/m1w5Xu8rH5b9evdxxji7CC+D jQ6jkWT+GhDAMkGKKAvKbAGI6gyOvCZdNuK6VUGfLGmvS6YaLVottpk+BA++pb8Wk+GIHFwM nzy/+OrZafPgND6KhtiJW3ci8uWc2EhZIXK8Sk+6HZ0yovAuRxSMMvr+R4ZSx2cJqL2NlieM 3dZ7Js0CzzcaLv6YzWcRsoRrI0TM0mpDnTcdy/nQPLb50Swvp0jRczabQbToSFjxsZlj3YmU WDZmFoh2qXmUkZUw1vih8WfZX4Nj71okyTi7XLtJxydJMENaTtRlXsvSPV2EJsuYiF2cT5YJ Z3Pl2CipJS8iQeBD8tQvcDRJJUBmZySVsxElVkReQsY7V1UKMtJh+TLiVUb4NCB8eBHNTBx7 6/lBZnYJdxBLFPisoi7KCiLX1oJISUYEuKJtjOKVojLaETkrwmE5Mp0FYNLYMtr5vnpy0yMi IT5gYmNWXk2jLFXNPiZv0ItdCfcaj5o2haWYEZqBdXy9r+NS9uvdjxxk48+H1C/fOgk2vVlb Ib+HXw3M9jwXsHlyhfqks0vUm3a5MmJ6jrgs3ed9iqCwdM80nHMh3mgD9AClVhTXLXTsxFSd ITBSQiW1JqmMeLl5VEZQygjK241LIhQv/dqxTidnV6TD3QtWMmrlFOsZixsm5g3GPxZi4X5c C4yk999Tv2DdT97GZcIsIPpooVN8cCh2YgYlrV4svqMZsvSkv6uedH8+luP4/o+jSBSWwBqh igqscbGTOyIlMmihICwat1TY5A43Dofq8wH0vfTUL46UpJfXpIUrxZxU4HwVDcMqlXm6VeBk u5NtMp9/6z3L2iYu21lGRMjkf//4wY+dBIvLVo+d3Ony9mSYNS8Kq8HKNMnza1mrK+2g9wwm oZLf2ex3xdO9QMTmdUHygCGdEikRGoa2NaWzS0TUFon/cq0J+31LOpR0yIpAv634I2IntonW n75K7GTBogHrj7IVmQTflZ1dTPos946VHDLF67301AfuPtnHkOB3EcoQk2kaIeTNuhMdSdPe DxdRy4qdlBGCMkLwdkcISNCTbVG206eDiJ1keHsKA4h4Ic9VKiBM+VCM9kEoH+2jp/G1xmNW Eqrz4Ke8XjqKTyp4boDnXfH8LhcpSQeZPCKw8HBYL+JSxVhCrzuRacfS35gh+N8VOpftfP8j AVmKaTnui8ZdxE5kFlaEZyOMnWShdmijZY1NMbzST5t4MSNg/nqXBT9py+hdXoNSNFKyDKHo GRKzxa0TPTjCwSVdxhnJGlljV0YaykiDZJuSH95ifrDWSZZGv3rsJLB4Qnd56OuIPrKe4sWE XotDAgFfemmy+e++rZ5KF8pbJEgIze98wIoWKWPMW8qiiNAwdOwkY3M2/yRaueBJrHksIwfB kql3hQ/LdjIFPjw62LPihVZuqbBK7ETrssZnsthdbtz9qzi76N18D9vihRfvrifUkC7DMF8m UiJNUiOQwxWF6kAadn8VvIJ1JzJ8Zf2cUuGQTFJGUMoIShmZeNdwicRJIEWdDVEQPuTjupC0 y2uBcz8Ks0yl5sisLKGSBk19J1/8eGl8Cklx5rHKY84O9d/T/Yo5WTls8BKBqFBeLnoFxeP4 3naz0W02eu1mr91qN2vNepUStc2QiS+rxU4yCiSXpI11pRyMOXSmAUjq1Wqr2Wg1a/TZwDme OMG+yqtjlqXbPY2X6QWqrlYTNEO1B0eL4rOqmoemqhbR/xnBW6cK3Fd7lioHrUXDCrVHdbCS 2H7hCwqg0XiL+sXeiUL9Kp+/37VB9nBfgSNGS93ttr7b7kaIFGxsjs1otaCyOm9mMNwCB8V+ u+3mH/b6ETXi3MfO4SmtjyB+8ovVfGbxUSaQpZ/UdzRBmvVGb73ebTVxpj0ODcYhXc8HVybs r705OT3las0Md8Ht8D4e6QDZqYpWo4pzAZ4ProfjiXg3q5zclhv6yQcqCSTHZqvRrFXX6zV8 MtB5CkCSYEP66+ktTmS+uHo1uUHvjAOxkty+2CtqnuBlfVa8T1Id55cywwppNzSK/nzqMygD stQqlWZ1DTjGi5PYvanKoO/YUBpfptPZdP4aw3Qznb26vb2cTHHeszO2pL9uiXEx3U+NYyVp N2obzXq73qjVkma1Vq+heQpemWnsp23VZPYa29RMpjM0CTvWYGNNnzeW4pPc9izXL7QKDNZr tXobjbVK5Xw0Phxe4cw6l3bhaMLCOcEBzx3iGWgbDQgUQ23FFvNkOp/hWKPxbI5j6wavJo5h /HLun/7L9besd0n8WZGvJJ3FWfGp6b3bbceJk8vJTefZuVgOnbJRPBljJFlS6bUbL6PECU70 XT889RkoJSADBMmHY2AtIbsCsk6zHsDo3x6Y88/zRNdy9yGouuv1Vr3WW2+26lCv3YUjindO BoIbJEwtIVpE1wAEW+1WfyOsYrHMxvicXo9PRuNLSLUkgeyZHO6mBNAdch+FrB+eCLEkWn6X vAfl++1mN0WZQqoG2G48uRmMp5DNTjznjftd9wGwgFcwxoqtgozBWTIjnCijIHiWoXAsxz+h GMhsf6KkHfQhZYlCMMCmENfTi8vng1Fa2dpsNXdgs260mjBJlrsgtc+vx9gqVNHZaVFZfHsX nZfqV6bKeI90K8u3g1hkvALrxCE7hMHuZvu73RjrRImT5+cRVgJA5A/7MdYJxMmGtE7cHPB6 tGDqYua0G41mowb5gYmXB51AqI2nJ2NwW2B1LcHKrGtDcqw31NxupwSVbTU2hP/6ZOj8TtKc kutmZBtSow5QeNpp9TZby0JCCjjQ2ePh9eHgCtr07Yv9pbFFF6RodXA2vpkastNY3CVI+u0W zGIA93I4ttRTsFFgJ3k25RLjZXEWjsGdjfXdTiuQ+kvVnf8Q5AqOENUyu0h7HF5naUjMZhv1 OvyBMElb+Wz27OLyYHglORlerP1ue6cNj11k58C6T8+HM4iXxTbKvfQ3CvKycalsj3TeFBEh kp4kTr45ziTxatYJnF132QcpboAT/+VeL4KRlXVycJKr16SseIiLVqPRqFWalTXMN0w/FTlY omJy4PjWCU1u4eTQOjhmNYQT9MEmaqnXIKFULb56mFchiROyTgIa5ltUQiVUTvz9J+3dzdYS Hbr7EZzxfDC4Ot3tFrZOrLPLqatcXTZjAMsOe5swSu5uU8EnMGrNpyc37GLKGS+vYeYZcMVu Z2Ov2yra90INvFBC5XpwjeNEfTs+i69kOymkodmstoZxB5s11ptVxPmWacDB4PLZBawTNRww QJ92O/u99lJvLiwdnufdk8H1hE9HFXIl5N4UG9zR3/L5xV6KX54+wtmVmufR4sTFTuRquMzY iaw0qXTbjVVjJ7lgodKMjvodRCnqtQoiiXHThsQJHDjCRxFqYcmL7c5GE4bOsrM6PTe1OAnd jz675EzO7c328U7nQeFvGajCM4ZW+JdQMg9cqCMwSk4KSiwUioHA3vnIQFxMbc+mXEZrpqZC uXmx013e4YMe3lCABF8iRv85DMGLEdT6DKs0pUbsddv9zXVoKggpRY+1EScJXGHH293NZn3J kb3zMRwK3Tk6XeTK02L97sjiPXr2XbMzTGTm0LI9K9EhtYyR9RrOullp3QkntFA5VKLOH5PL GuxP9gvDTvFL1aQhy2BuWNEcP/TXm5gzMBHiZAn3QyNjkFZr6VZJehuqliU1xEV9DbNpDShz 1WFmlLq53+tEmBHcBrwP94sKXRenf/YbuiCfBwK6USoOgPt8r7c8LAK14feHXEfA7Kvnp/Cs tp6ePDkeICaR2RIMdwXae5h2mZNdRnz7bb8DQ3l5WQJ/2jdnw9bBKaKGnWenaM8WNHQV6F72 gpdpuL8FD5XHYHI+innUQRSHOHl5oqXbgeg6boL4w/3+PcoSlAlT/3T3icmE9BHAcrXNwhL9 0iiRzvrLoUP5vKbA20GfVGaXGlqNyNHWCXSTlzkTe/HcQv5OrxWjIrnYiWq+XQonlGK6f3Ww 0/aD3svOdfOc0nM5HuAqshRTdMMUQi0rOtm92MnSwRIgIJxFRXuE5wfjm4vRq+Fkcgt5QsFb 5Ajsdjfuh1azW8+VmlIA4ZobHfSXh0VwV+8Y/iHjS/E7DKZ9sd1NqwtIbTi7nmRHvATPM/N/ t9sr5CpEsLB//FI40zRLgBlOdnvbRdx36F3/ZMAZEFk5V3puFm1hJlcgMAY65glyO3kiOIpf 2TkZnl1eZ80UaQfkp5bEevCXdRGX5d93xEjETlLsGy1Oovkv+sXs2IntEVHtXoAecyzb2SVY 89XhvYiTgTO9Q69XRooU7JKjfmFZAro9PR8Nru3Zvda2U5miO53WUR8hk8hhcbTSBZjC/e68 3O8XCrybfCTbVP7iPrc3W6e7YQTOOnZy0zEMt0AawZW0fJ8hANpHp5RxawSAUGgiuA62F7Le M1KcRbH3Ik7Q8rR1g5vIDoA6CDdigshio7rX24AltDxB7JNZ+ZYp4ZHm7TKCkpn4+i5EnsjZ tWBBWQQT/RKvKDjRvjWa0nYdA3tuTAfnr70cqRVaKvYC8V1PatDvqxY7Lnd9gb/isLgsgWuo e3SuZQkby9ZDiH265vOT4XX3+Vkhj41HUuc1M4WzV1N0p79ZOIkL63J0Uz0/KlemGAFp1lC6 g8Fdr1W133URt88hlQvJEtRyOBiZ1RuGgJrLaLsz+OXOORl32Qtu0vPdLS3FmaudK0NXMX99 Dz5JtW5VNAp+Tgjd1uHpwcUQ5tF4NoMVfnE9/ur5OXLAlm29eA42OhboqBt2bkrh4c9ND4Uk K8rxKu9rJhdT9W2iT9YmKy6kEcFCv8wras5p41worU6oEIbN51snLzvPzr46vkjDzbLt1hBp 1GE9Hx0W21rgXYEPZNlis58TUJIOPpk7SARFELuoCQEhsXU8UP4ZF/URWG94FD6l3tF5pETR bfJ74cfS9jobRUmks+MCnOVeGNg6HITwh7SxjEieL1qQp15UKoMy0OW1JAv81wY6IbCL8lu7 WdUGlov32A4qXoYMQ8J65/nF12dDGAFFaZh+Hh2B6oBEL1piKeqiXhwMRspVWPzSPsMwCkjT 1c2dVGD17YgESO2KYJxnvYDysp1u3in6WHFiFpNr6UdUM6cqFueiX+AN6lf+JhMENmrV9+R2 eD0BkiL9LKaVvA+V1bb0rPC2CeFaoCP3T17CcRFTi0BG5+7PCmLjwaOtbkTY/+jlSK/DCIp1 Rh61vFKByNl6cR7XDXPeiZH2vgWJQPJGs1qUPt90153DKrDbTF8gBQMER2o4ZWBopcOzXzXr JMjjKiqVByO1Bomu1AxyLgtEpwpjMRyA8No5TmOHnkFhDAoqhg0BC/LJi/N4NqOmQyJhiE04 iuDSTiVT4+mIoiAFr856MyNabo3UcB4ZyJbeBQnZ5X2nXhjl6W2ij92zSzCQHeO1grzziz6+ aM8urcjzvNeGxQkWcEVd6gwPafekB9jUAh/IyyidjgrQaM6YrnEw9QVuroiFGlBFzy5pExe7 0CEDZ52bG9uWxG32rM87sXqohAMkNTRqy0fg7VghBwkJ30KDNhLC7wu2w5HDC4nbqPiOF5tZ RK3a725EJFC8VJ43wVd+B21M+OWVCoUUvQ6eoJssqoxSLBUmI66gvpyPCosr2xjIkifH5yqp VyZ9uNxuDfFjZGQX7UCCpTCcLu8r9dJ9l8MbRp4ttQsZ0yiVuSdVh7KcvwZ9bOyEcDa03Yqz jwFsTB7OOi30GcGv3EQlIqS7I8ftIJOVsXtSTHXuHRE+0SJKmMMGqce0CiH2SnFAoIwnyUGv sLMIjTlV/hle2E/zPG3FSxlpUhEL90Kq7WF+mqpXbUQYdSGn9lvueF7LkwQhlgDBEVUOX2He oaUb3/QKhN+51fAygYsIyny4TLUKxsRoUhjxgcV93h0gv5vc/ojCbRe2Ts4z9gvQnXJuKFAz JOhyY1erQC01upEVt6Gp/S6fM2S4KI+7Ppz7/rqTgGtj151gHXXj6THWIeOz8fSkSZ/L3Nk5 5qXghS/rxRAaipjhkneNpInUuLU3xFaYc5iH1Rxvbwt3xr2gDSm6YRdYuRqxjUrEcgEUih0e DQgutR6IwKC48NW04ip8QIkozacjghyILsBdlqUGqRphGgYgC2MoxH3DDNh7NMJhqLxDVu7m udGNs2gU5VxFVlU4UlmiBelYEWyGl7A4Rm+IEpinKWcXqr25nRWtBQOPvSd8Bk4tFSwjEH4E 4t2N0KSOz5I2ygrnnYD5yEGiLnCt+aLUILrDV/gM7hflV/u8wXkB9B4Km/tmNuLfOG1LxwMC I126zsWEV3M18srxD4iKkMgbUfZofKM9G0ztQE/McqxRUzSBC9VItBJxV0sZop6/UKNQweph hBauDrawC0CYyGeg8GI0UW696wlyi4GbJxCiBtw9x0hSwX5chasnA8g5iNJuLp+wk2lMKFKt Vaw3dAezq1CUnEb5IqcIwLB1Zclip781uIUec4t8suKXiUzxRBCKRYZ/1bdRZH/fpghBqMGU 7TRKlYydGMhwaFicd9wbhjM8eFKca3wnkrHoPlgtBrJ0lV5gWTq+LBNbAaA15cje6XiAnoFG 6eb2pya8rjOmKl+dR0EanmxF2OAW2UqFrzHWFRKEmOktYjNp17xXb+G6iFY0qFKnNrVcYUP5 aGlLbUGWF3YBOMXydaxOTc3qk8trbAy6c3yBfXMvELbm8EBqjGCYIKercN+S5Fahq2UAmj5B 4Zr5FQUmbsewYlVtb3DbfB2fS7aTKwbnuVSU4w9QKFoEnxRruH6awmNymriYnEg0+Gt49jNH v4y4aO6ydrbmCjPuRe7nrDtxukkMB2neDtphASXvPpaUx8oTBbGWa/OCcroBmrMjJZeGv9QM ZIBOm+2xPRJjHOCUrii93/iSQ6UVUunuz1OvjBgw5F2yBvOYplWOPxB7usyg4BeOKKQbsd2G mbKjzBTdYCG9rImgEVlOEi1HsWNVHDNo60pLXAGaHqvr8RpPYUIUJCA9bkRdls/QVhSVNaOa o0rId3j6SkCc8F9TTo70fEkrGXkzqLxPFMhFmLeIPvmH+67g3Sbe5hkaIGwe44r7MTOOTGgN FGZWy6oDY4Xmf5R7wLp8FMB6Hczx/662A1aqFuGriVOo0eYxe8ADt4+RHBlRX7VzjCJY4ZHR IC0yaMNK59h4tnCxWS9ABSYzpW/C+8QGoZEq2czCmTq7LKINIMdEBcZSMS2rtfgOcdzGeVMR FSGXmkJEeT7D4uNiGqFg3vJtXgDDc39FNJ9fSXFyWoaVEZR3P4LirzsJlIhoC9pKk7T5b7XF wC1AkzACsiyDaxetKzZQUUUAkJ7BRIqbiG7dSZ4/l6Up9ShO7dWdCu0tW6z6sll8xQZPa2jJ VH5mRNQoQf4DTLAILAnXncgIE0EM0nljUmhzmoLdsUYHW1hpr7W50E73gwTGfRQpTuYJtjgT qn3OXgxGwce/cZ49SMoG9q+0c9OalXJykd8t4jJTIC+P1nFyROH+KymuC3SLPBO5vB+y8dsb YRKxEwlebJpEWdCahzSv+DyUDmlYa5pqXwV9F647MSaL8ziTdh41Rcy6k/wZKPzaKwjIRY54 NF2dK1v8ApUmKnbiE4Skq/D7i2gKj4tWMAvX56070Qzm9QupCs8K7kGyuBFQ5c93e0fbXWWm LJDH5if8i8NrC3cMgROVYkLXAlaX4Y1kfhubKkkbAaSnkrij5E3MRSNrmCEv9uPIGFMFbUzO 9QRcV64Fed8iRmLdifSTroLrdjV9usC0mGWcslgWifCk6EpZlWc4M7qz3RArTMyUMpMku5ur 1eLgW6xu0aKJ1kkg/7Ia0wHj/iY6aLKzsPC7Y1VCthrj6KXh1p8zqQgTAubYQTkKqHJfwsIU ZaZwgF3oEM7rYvqLTayXOzgtrEsoCj4sBrwnFKbZLNKG0Lm2aem4GtAr20o1zzBDOvgn5kv8 AKnYiZt3htnMxJe8945ECN6VSMZfv50Pd94Jg11WdNrON43ozusS46Cnaqx+JfI08hqg70fW pTHcLzyjm+aBWAHpaXNeGEBhAEAwTh5qBPEgLzdUbmTMirETFlQWs4ToMv06OEf28iwesLLe VGbKXg+b9juWsG4i5y9KcJZaXL1ESX417XzIYo8VDNV61c+3TvNblJxSrQzmYIZOeR+c7CqS Aa0MTshIZnFqYvm8Ga/0MOUp0H/d+6l1J7KhK6w7MSh6l+ImFa7VnF0G561k4bku4sDW80Ak Xil2EngeMmshEkQKLdtyOw+dYUcdjfRtJLcyemyJr5EuDC9Z7wT9HgO73v5maV+KoRtSpLBj ZtxavMXCAAfAYMN5kzYhWMIQNlaawHVlvaVpp02K91aQJWq0Lf21Y80PAikrM0qeuEFlke9b ctaJJ6RvnOj1pmHaRSEhz5rFGUI61byAo8pypCH+S9A5a92JS7qIZR7C0aWTyoVTNQqztIoY kk8UKyehYUF1L6p/Ih5gNW6ajZ6DiJTWaJca67xOqEgNUd3HKYGxjTc7XnhTMe3XNpKYBa9r TzGS+fubpdGc7tDAYYV59/ji3m0UFI8N55H0lcry0i44bWAU65YemUVREy2q/YhURC30ymvS TELNXfonY2MnuvueYpHSKpyKGdsBzuySokLytr1/fpicHiQnB8nx0+SE/zugO08T/DQ8Sa5G yWs6jc1KvsxygrlTPp8WLQ9Dtwc578Rbd+KQaKHji3V5zQeFudYgtw/Bjo0yzORoPA5RXiue qd6t5te2iEVfQn9UzG58mqg8OGTDZWpzaTtaLxAtLr8cVIsIUBoWDaGwIAab40Zuhr+QZbAw 5bBH2ynK3tHf0UudMpg8Tc8ML2hh3nYveI03GkYkH5tpmVbCGPr17/yFuCX6MpQSE0dqkIIP e98kvb1EBQXnSbOddHeS3o76xH/NjloRe3mWXDxPJti8NcsiTDt25NxJDX3WKjEx10IhlLmq LHje0u0Dvf8g551krDvJc+H54FUcsTSPKwbUosSy/h3SK9INpZtobK8Fjl1q0GpODitF/KUb SQUn5cXN74raj8/wepbkyJA0HLOPABRNq7tGxIwcmoWF693D0+PhPUfmUfK3vXZPHbIr5CiN XSQbaHejj+lpemrUkygTg8o4ESFUAgJBFZUojELDxb/p8JLnjo5pvHbMOo8Z9cU6DCSJkGJX ayQN2vCm2UoabfqvlbTaSaeXPNlVwgbPD8+SCe+W7xt/afqvEjm4nSYvj5OrIdVj2mwFbRnR kaLa0OfhzjvJT44O+cCZFKuAr2FXH4I1KwirxTy3WuzE8PFiB+Uq3i7LwUGEg/6EUh13NdbQ bwUjRtAJykhaudmudFUal5gqs/c3kwgV6ICVymw+/+Zs8NXz+3d8nez06nWBC1R13G5XmhxW XspepAduZe/xFLndARsEguo+nV0Gpr2OkAqyyuVzlJAoXCx98jOuHnxT7Kfu80RrNJPOlnry 6qV764EiKJNxcjNJxiROMsf3gerN9Bm8I5Gkhzvv5K5lGVlCJS5biZncbLKdGbbJiKMo1o2a HhQ7IebmLix01MYo9aY/VHzgfNd/It8XsBvRfOMaMVJEihCeHvoJb/hYj4+oLmN/s1wfutfZ IQ4efnF+vwnESAj+ZmNdU9WM2hS5CTE9wzHqRJW0aLQ6sv1iBzGCgvSKWrDiEM1UaqvGlyjr hNk31PE9uRVo5VEdsOtOpEQJ9H3JdTyxtFPWzC/bKlgtyJOf3aggSgb9l4jQLBlZ0X21q7uM wzZ0gpX3nUr6IOedECdQHR4a3h07icMsriz3rPjQUNUMZ4C14AyRqpOcz5pHwz5Gu+a1rLKO II1NhqqAmFkMCtbU0R4GRljlCaZHUJFx2cV0RDcwgKQl2IDagB3mvz4ZIuPrHpfN7/baasMS 0WV8jdv7RKvRab1VahhW6SbcrnK+b/HLUMBHLim3oqwTpfyrQhwchKJFxlEiJwzcgoHKlYIF NYFZPxMsrZ2yRm+TsrlBm+Lc3JjWsvzhd+8vwtHqJO2ecrIRkN1/+SEu3Xf7f4nyH+S8Exc7 CTQ1+2f2qMdvsqJGW0+KFO+GlWpEjnSaM+uyVme1rVCp9/m7OHyYN8xc0uRyEhqNn0YtsUaY s6mW04tZl6En+qqA1sCLSy9Nq6AXFjtyJr+GLY0vOCP5q6PTomet55Ech5rQNsxOwoGSOIk5 YojEwh/h+UxrGLY7JmxVtC4Q4kafmiMx1/BYNMozFfh1Z2OlGMObqkXbLp9PTcwg8hG4BKV1 ImioJh1Twx118zBrWRDI2egq95qUUoGP0VEvi6vTgP6+P/9Q550YR5LhIcmvDMcZah2Wy2kE imBbw3IiCUqb8tQGO7TmS1zsBGVV1zjX1kGSEC2+irHSLmQ+XkjRRVXTyd4xF+3YIVKtpAvC xVS8AWLxElHZUutOCM7MyGc4KxCf3zq++PpseC8LUzbUho9GXtKXq+lNVNcqZmMCKy9TKbbC f0icE0ND7EOj9zIIZJVk6ZWcXenAuJmhISBG0IncVtlSlidLmGZi6iCqMkpIGx2yBJ6ual0F 7YMH8BiSvoanyfBYfSKKrnY7NYUgFvJqqB54NVIJx7ZYtO31zNzHK3wkGlU6naiHPd3RTHCu aEAVjQZqIxnbR1SEql9dqU88ptQ+6gu8c+o+1Y7PKZ2IyhRGO9V9+hWVLoiUqEIGyeBEpU2j ajzM9cqR4paPzukZemx0oWRwGnLVk2PVfu4jEhzwFhIQUD56YZEB9EHDUM75c/UA7wKeVe+D nXeS5TPJyf13gj0+0pARO1Ec4Zw5gZ3EMyhqdkAtzZgegaplur+CfDSQJ+eSHcUkGY4jxYnG UyfgUwge/sRYzxOp2JW77kTJj0qv3djvdXCo4quDnVeHO/poRQsxorNg3pPhdefoYjBedQdi 2vCRRtDMrssoSqIAsvOk1PeklGES51xtRB1m/HI8Cc/ycSBrdJooZxdhplCMQtBPi/Zio6+f VtqXz8yC+BpqJdIxo0kXmeSEazqwFZ4ognxDf0SPpsn5kYLaelM5qRBiAVBeHBJqE5XwcT1U WWH4VBohX1YDWEsuLxSGMu4DYVEapMUNgT43gBsJXMYiGEB/UBG/yxWNRyqnGZ+c1mYJi07x T2pv6aqonfrLDWB4kQSx7QSmnz1XoqK5kbTIC4cWAvoVJUwjAf0sRVA1qITHFCmmyeC5Fo2W eVCa6uOJKpDfmoyUNba+qcQb/oTkYHkzeKEOk0A5zU3VQhQFMcmc47fzIc87SXu00i3QcEsC lma5GeZi/6qeZeKjxWKP+ZSYiQb6alUQMRh1zQcSYop1xH9aaLueg1v1FsHqOG1dn+5hcSRv mDTFiFWV6C0+NE4ACWPIhBOa1drLvf5RfxOHKuJQdNhMOMHFzb1QL1ZDNrmZPjkePB9ykmjk RSYCR7Y1Fl9NEYeKEZa0GX4mUBqUZxpSXyB7wDgR1+AVS9B0VEDPmjjDkUpcPGvSNUY0374S mG4ZJEpFUMQ8wgBx5i406NZmsg5xIn4FGjKq9p4m611luGCdyhMsYWkmo1OFlbiQc9ylrDCl CFAustWvwRIc4ccCF6UiAIjbCrL1ZZsKSTNXCI6qsUQmqAj4i4pQJjKbOf2sUlPFwmnG3LWG Vm3oYvGMigAZCqMB9XVlcqkG8OGbolIefSA45A0KRL9UFnWDluO0FUFYCKmn5iQVJiqjGlEf yAY8BqGCHGt84nXYZ9QyIkhTN2Z+qwRGvZV0UTJa2Em29pSwHF8qiQJbSi396aufQPb+U0Uo mDva6qLSDAw+8HknaczKtOOc2zRmVjN5jOAQc0xivZYeboZExk7U2dec7JHybFidQvQxCqbs DDRc5dFH8w3aT4fLFr5wUIqRpflRcVsj0Y0BuHBNGj3tiIi0MXU64W0gDrc2aJI7ncOXykar eno2xGG9hRsjXgi6P5vNzqOOXdEmgRt3yxIZ3nx1XmTxC0Qfom1ZwtVJMgxNlLPrrlnj3AbC DijeB/1GwMzmz+yuwQV5qR01ynl1qgTJBXAcp4ltJ50dKlJw7/VLpe8DxLVNY1gOIAi1GgYB Sw6AOCAbvjLlUJKclijNHfCK1/EkPoHpkCjy4hK4oo0nYUXAbvAnKlKaFyU0oyJYNtp1ZjgZ BSprCdx/Fbrfb14pSbbGTEJ1BZAFgwl3No1E5PZv9hS4277AZkJyc7uT1Ozmp6abG/QkJAqa xFad6iMZeSAIviBQpK09mukQVKqdYyVIWMIxBUAc9A5/osG2hUb4LTrvpKqXvEUxEBMwbTFI FLaanSHHKuCrcS/TSNTl0zi5B/j4o8IXNjihd1JY72SntCoKl+9eyLS3rJmSJOdXMZ4fFY5W C/oCarC0SMlIYiP6TQuHQv1x551Y1DAqIcQhDveVpSFIrvxdrteySZqfuJHqsN4oAYCXZ68t lzmb6SKKkh2O6jsLmOmk5X3wE1b8FCIdPzy4HM9Qah5X29pjnV13zBqrvxPDKzdv9JUBBTSD 0l3TVdwqZR//AfqhJs+mSW+XFHMgYMCr5PRH+VVh3TLHrtXUfe2ZoTtNyhRnccKozRdKUCZL OvqlOk69p0+0BAVCc9cDbVoCwAVYq+X6Br69imyMhAAHdgCq47iOfR5Nwn0tRUSN3CQVyZgp cchHW1qWQwdhLrCxpSwYklVKEhjaSpnE9hbTSneKEh4w6WBpWYHBlGGlGSXDqOI7dqSq9BMn r/sSZdF5JzHnaVDNqo1OxxRCxXZDfhEWjDlKj0opchk+9/lMcrAiiOUeTZq4w0p7603t30w7 OjR3WuU02e7wSEdcOf5T0ZHBeHwTJYF3YAcskFUeiAiNu3gn3P5mdpQFYwQupmqlsttZl/Le uSM8wqpRPop1eanjXjTRXPh0BM9hcUq24UnQAGtYC6QL8NHQuRN1HP3RyPju08grJ1GUdULT VAmrEC+CO2bsIqUJrzuRZOGCFmlLiI5gGfxe8mRfe1fwusQ7+S6AGD/Br8W2hUd/yJgmLVJh 5W+uHGX4wrhvLQAV3p8qd5NTcI2YYSTlBrMQskZM0COls89cvxBmwCXdUEqwXSe1unIZ4V3U aBsAqXl7Y1xPQimxM3H6SpUGMeZhGjGwVlMo5DObKNmgkhSod5LsqLFRV7dRr215wL0B6Yg/ PAmnC6TXrGATEmvReSfVRrU4gKg3lBwKeUXIYd1Ke8eNq4uQFay4oZdTmHq5h0JQhXxGD8Ql R8HRvwvtPsBHWR3xNEQjznHaVScDFr5ohZyc5DzsoW8KdvxJ1H4kvVaz3SBtQUoOr0eWeqoZ eComdkL6oRkI0X5j2KV3itnyzCYDDbZhAiwwdnGho9FkRsT0OAS3Di8o26fIBU7QZEwNTcAe iLd1ix8hPJzcXHLqQe4wmV5EWScI5kCE55bv/C2aG/VoFiGReja97iSta8oJy6CmGIfqxeu8 +AMr4QONnieF8t7gX0p5Gl6oT/flglAbFy09VuCLeAYJGOnvmlw6xV8VxbKHL2oD3+GKIHvS FaHeW5JqdodKqBpAf/Z3WWaDpwsmAhs30pTBd3STPV1pUrAoVTSpeZjmNRXepxt63eTBp6U1 W2/aJUCTSwpN3WVrslupllYF6CcyGojyhlzz+YLzTpKNeqR90rBHO7kupVyBllkF+Zqx7jWU 0eLFTY5TsyFYPoDpapim2L+HWwhAiEiam3jUzfl8s9UcPt3qa3AsVjie1u60NPUCAZnMjwYx J4Wg4MM+aU955NK8xaNWOd7qRmimeBPHspg5STNTK5jMiJWrVOxns1k3R/MKgUoNdQoBlYP3 EUEvSlm8NRyxz9dnyPkcG4VdF+eHrbYJ6oZDY9pMje+pbAOLUEu1Gk09OGMJlxKrQeMVw0SM j1IRNJ4smDWOCVGr3s1xqQ6Yh7TP3FOrBXHyqrZohRdVfLilZIDa8iSFJNomwMZmVWZX70u7 q8ItSjoZoFTuMhG94CxhBA8CrrBTwH7hilBUuiLYBC1bkRkyG37gNkvjBpEVWCp66RgkAawK yBjCZclIFuI5m0DYARl/vrajIyZLSHaa8jaK7rGkM9Z1SzQ++FqsbZ5OjvNgNvO8E9Vw6FPt Zr0Q39iH4Z1vsvLr4MN3SgYS2JCpFVsjqtKKrYRgORVZy9BDwpNoji1s43ZEBzTA8oDMMG4T B5StRg0HbAz3+sCPOOrhLYr2S/DN8hUQbWfz+cHLwmo1qoCBstttCyNSMI2vCx9td5B8FdcX Ey8QnMp6Fg0HiO+pR/TD0VZX5c6FgxWGKEhWFabwxfV4bHU92xL9Zb5zNsxo0MKeb3cor8GU oLtm2d582drgYFWBC4nRl5zgb4y5DO+QkTSNGGmiSiZSS1+CGR1pqurCcWR9jH5JuuXdnltn jjORLFpxS9p91f3rkVsXYpGXY9HsRIIdg//kF0SYIY2U4q9nvU7istELOIhQFIeXFUkClGD6 E8dyRXAZZVaE8IOuiF5hKYhPtVsldR+mCRrJ1Ib0wh1IEXwHuMOCQeQ/V/mGiUZVB0ZwwGZM MbbqQt62yhnNPOsfM9oEk9yDazcBpblGY8E/yaU2psbM807UCwe9TjFtSrdI/7OnAIgK0H2W g5TiLeIYpL7oVFG/qCX/QjxAWQyOG8QkseOkZ76dQklcchSaBGkx2OtBcgCUEdkG4O51WlhC Mdrv44CNyNltutpCSFrzj1QZUloq0e3ichyXO/ui3xXH33pGK3MkdN4Xuz0clLvkEKQf08ew W8BlupjhGMPbpfnevYpMBxhD+rFgbgtVC2Lb5EQs2zoQ6/D82s002xLTKqgXBxecSbnshfzm vS5nlMquefO5224WtVMvJzffsPNNKqSZ1KAHaC1R4Qvju24VF1uXUyakaFEWc9x50rTQxysq Qy76jCF6Yvgf7cRqEpSDFFVv4AC1JOQQe2BQs+aOEw9SO6GRgq2DXycISCAd64qCFox25tNj S46d3FWRlvoG6FCCyj9uK5kBPxgueJm4Ivyko+K0egO2kcrpEo4sOV8koOGQtIAHPKlPPKDS i3yJaGcNnOO4ZMKChniL9FIxYvRmqkgCskQhmZRiSH/dCXIWkP7fbny3GoigLoDsfm9DJUem SRPIWFrRBkFy/s2W9uQWnhfqBVgMWMewu9mGUOGZ7Xoric5EMq06Hl5rCV28UrQWkuO77e7L vR4ECUQLhMoqXbBNQOt01myg1hk9UahyqvkHF6NrHRIo0A0Udorjb3sd0lCZpVwSQb/dGh7s kFoQf20yzHn0d+OiptKUWNy/QEZ3KG/6dSoRlC/arAMI3hv2pNP0sJxpAShJ4PICSxQqea8L 1aLqFSgcMtALXrB0XPqC0dY/RkIqzVs7Yz190yhqRBxMHxhJSxfvPbipktMMQMga7ZCZvmBa wesQUQscmHANe5CUKtzrLNdhN1mxFAAEq+zbiVpCKEVFva6eR4zEeYSM9LJjrcZcRAUYzW/I 3aQsA8oWyzAODKtwgxdXFOqs9C7v0YKAPGIqsBvUn9Q2tdCkSfdho4wpp0tMQG+sqRwsYcHF IpMG3VdfqHdIuMInZIbaHFM4zezDHPtRFpJVTOV4BkKXZRI9EMxfbZ2Yn8Wv//Gf/umf/ue/ XJ7v/e73v934x682/rG38fvOFxufPo7gG/nKoyT5bevT33c2dr78HMo7ZsjNjzNq3Rsxrm++ 7X/5v3/X+R9PNv4bhNjHMcwqK61VHv1uo7n7my/+a+fzf/i7z/tf/hrV/enPPAbELm+odnzi P2rMzezN+qeffNFYtb955Dq+HH/++JPKI9Cj2PXbL5rzNx/N3swfJY/Q1jc8Zm94nphemC9v 3rz5419uup9/+rggDdGsbuvTf/jy88cffwK/R/PxJ188ftzvfI5B2f/tPYwIGOmnNx9N/v3f 0cJHjx7h0zWevv/m1599wX5R/+p+9uknH6/9vx9+mIMA6Kbf5e2/++zwd7wuetkLicX//eKP hgGIjIYHNHvo2TMffj9t1D5ZfgogffY/f/afht//MJv9pLmLR6pSqX/88T/vdH/zWQHTAbs9 /pd//pc/3/zotYrHXbGuYwAw1d98/PGXzcb/2fn7Lz/9m2UJ4T+3/vjx9b/9eDv/aZ48IoLo eaHrQo2PHlVhi3/6+H/97jfNxx/H1fKb9cafJj++pho0J9v56EbBVP3DOPnxL8nnX6gMJfsr vnzycfKrR8nkT8nsh+SzjvrO8/qTWoJXZj8mj5tJ7bGb45pnSP0HHH/E8McB+U+S6ffJX75P 3rxOfrWW/LqjMYHBgYdv/iYZ/6uyG1SshSiDJyffJz+hImzx0tRjYQcFL3oVYZJi7n6SfD/S pUGefPaFB0F/+VPyCBH+G7WQ5Vc8vgaaXv/k7qBq6Ct/+ld1hPP6lxpFHZCSRfKrXyn6zP4t +fHPycePk8fIOdRMqIcVf/7x/ybzn5Jf/71OAsadn35Sfax8TMtCfWz86Sb5/jr55NOkteFK YA6Z/pDcfE8DBNgkSDfvfvTzzz9/9PXzn7/bj2OUJd/CYubBNeVE84ia6+V+H078JQuJeOzZ 4PpgQGuL9CUksLkJ/XH0dGuVUEdmw1Dl7snw7PL61eFudOGq3Vg7Nb3pPj/XfqFMQ5j6Ah35 ZLf7EPREjAPngrRjo0Fo3XQ2G9/egg1o8K3yOIczbYEBBGwdXI0H4+l4OkVWNxbSd9brcBwV 7SNkye7pAJtfBZJDY3RoAajbsH6OtrvLKzgIYp2MxqfIxKLFTFgDv9VqbkMtL7Kxytn1eP90 dAMFM8Om91j3sN+FVbTC3g4ez6LxSIv4So2OGxp+AmbiU+W8jTJM/ImBorGRw/rhqZiPxmiw /QU+qHXd18nmdrLOPijZJPx6miARC04kLEOx8xpRbixWh+2CxeouTELvYn0iSuvuutXpLJix 2BubneDCAnJlNKSQAeN48Uy5xfAuNw+faosRWxFeEc3DDiWvLsOK8ACW5fNqFZSjN5SkBiCR BHvA4FJLCOHHM6IOFcH8QtIBVmuqtfrGzmCywOOn1hsKIAVBYJeoEkiu4LRKeBuwO4Bd58Ql qE3GznR37OuwY86eKVm1dRCSmkmKvGpe4R80D1vdIMGBjTwxdjqzC/yUiYn3dzOd2aWm6sNX a3yp3O0MHy6sw9nWve6CjqqwiOHJ8wvIEtS6CmUVw8KKXTOFyFmXsogBQ8Br2EP3N2qqJGA6 Tkgc6q0+YspGq+H2bNU4zcso2vRltvBUSURHAOvwJb462J0e7V4dbsO1WFSWQKXADpKeLEn7 JSR80xSBy6vz7Gx5FyKcnAgyXX27PTncnRzu4cu3/c3lZQkmIPa43DnGNpczIpKhkv3is26d ThpYXtotHjYUhTC7Lk1OEyUXYbXeT0UoX3m/XY8IpKSHDcFqtUsjORuBp0BAXkOum0Tzd7NL sH6dnGPDFV4+AidSK9nEAvibZHCkNp7ijClELNR+hZAl21qW6H5w9GKdplZdQXwaGYCz3Axk QwBYOYcQb+FhVxFcVXQfTiTIDCzjtxWxk4iLbfARO1VTkek14B7ZXFym7SATh1fXq90nLUSi 41vKPwYcR5qycmeRmw6yBF9YlqAQ2FJKymL56wuz+yQ3DynUZ8qltkkbCnB1oBIvewTL8bZd 6Z9U33mtN6liaBWq1gv7sRKTTnUTLKqsk7/95vjVi737Yk2qO7y+PhmovSJwQXIqJZGuauXF TmF0yCw/7yZi1Mcc0rT18pfgzyRpNxvHu72i2ZyZ9WI3rWcXl5OpXnJ/ur8F93GhZgcPw1W4 dWSsk1TL033ptVv7yCUqohfnNW84vnl6McRZwvv9TkS4QhaLXuAoeEd86shudwOwuwpxFrwL QfjsfKgYbwmiZT4DMd7vrO8WNDIKdQeTATbNGVppGEa3ZCHHHu10KaP63q48Hjt8Ep/Xl24c pObG05Owg2Z63g4vgJHeCqdGo4Z9RARi4PvryXg+uSJ4S2qdJzrhqlp5jay98Wiu9od+zf6c Sr1VgxtHSkNB1duBsk5qnX6IDzc3tyo8Y/JusXqhUq3BJjDQYSoiQNMVNWvI7MqsCDH408NK c6PGq2dkAy4H86tRYweWgbno19urwex6VO9urbU3PbCaz29fjeaQc2gbWoXlaeigbZgtfD5D ++d65T8EgaJGtdVZg0kn4PcWAttuS4HD4JqtNWSXEamDn1QVnNWGnyCZsMSHr0ot6JQSJ/fG kmVBJQVKCpQUKCnwoVLg/wPHjVlsc0ReMQAAAABJRU5ErkJgggAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIYCGgASAAEAnAAPAAQAAAAAAAAA AAAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAEDx/wIAQAAMAAAAAAAAAAAA BgBOAG8AcgBtAGEAbAAAAAIAAAAYAENKGABfSAEEYUoYAG1ICQRzSAkEdEgJBDoAAUABAAIA OgAMAAAAAAAAAAAACQBIAGUAYQBkAGkAbgBnACAAMQAAAAgAAQAGJAFAJgAGADUIgVwIgT4A AkABAAIAPgAMAAAAAAAAAAAACQBIAGUAYQBkAGkAbgBnACAAMgAAAAgAAgAGJAFAJgEKADUI gUNKIABcCIFKAANAAQACAEoADAAAAAAAAAAAAAkASABlAGEAZABpAG4AZwAgADMAAAAZAAMA AyQDBiQBDcYIAAKoDDQXAABAJgJhJAMAAwA+KgEAPgAEQAEAAgA+AAwAAAAAAAAAAAAJAEgA ZQBhAGQAaQBuAGcAIAA0AAAACAAEAAYkAUAmAwoANQiBQ0oUAFwIgVAABUABAAIAUAAMAAAA AAAAAAAACQBIAGUAYQBkAGkAbgBnACAANQAAAB4ABQADJAMGJAEOhBj3D4SoDEAmBF2EGPde hKgMYSQDBgA1CIFcCIFUAAZAAQACAFQADAAAAAAAAAAAAAkASABlAGEAZABpAG4AZwAgADYA AAAhAAYAAyQBBiQBDcYIAAIIBywQwMAOhDT8QCYFXYQ0/GEkAQAGADUIgVwIgQAAAAAAAEQA QUDy/6EARAAMAQAAAAAAAAAAFgBEAGUAZgBhAHUAbAB0ACAAUABhAHIAYQBnAHIAYQBwAGgA IABGAG8AbgB0AAAAAABWAGkA8/+zAFYADAEAAAAAAAAAAAwAVABhAGIAbABlACAATgBvAHIA bQBhAGwAAAAgADpWCwAX9gMAADTWBgABBQMAADTWBgABCgNsAGH2AwAAAgALAAAAKABrAPT/ wQAoAAABAAAAAAAAAAAHAE4AbwAgAEwAaQBzAHQAAAACAAwAAAAAADQAH0ABAPIANAAMAAAA AAAAAAAABgBIAGUAYQBkAGUAcgAAAA0ADwANxggAAuAQwCEBAgAAADQAIEABAAIBNAAMAAAA AAAAAAAABgBGAG8AbwB0AGUAcgAAAA0AEAANxggAAuAQwCEBAgAAAGQAJEABABIBZAAMAAAA AAAAAAAAEABFAG4AdgBlAGwAbwBwAGUAIABBAGQAZAByAGUAcwBzAAAAIQARAA+EQAsYhPz/ GYT0/xqE8B4bJoArRLwHL4S0AF6EQAsABwA1CIFeSgIAAEgAQkABACIBSAANAAAAAAAAAAAA CQBCAG8AZAB5ACAAVABlAHgAdAAAABgAEgADJAMOhCwBD4QsAV2ELAFehCwBYSQDBABDShYA LgApQKIAMQEuAAwAAAAAAAAAAAALAFAAYQBnAGUAIABOAHUAbQBiAGUAcgAAAAAAPABQQAEA QgE8AAwAAAAAAAAAAAALAEIAbwBkAHkAIABUAGUAeAB0ACAAMgAAAAgAFAADJANhJAMEAENK FgA4AFFAAQBSATgADAAAAAAAAAAAAAsAQgBvAGQAeQAgAFQAZQB4AHQAIAAzAAAACAAVAAMk A2EkAwAAagBDQAEAYgFqAAwAAAAAAAAAAAAQAEIAbwBkAHkAIABUAGUAeAB0ACAASQBuAGQA ZQBuAHQAAAAvABYAAyQDDcYIAAJlASACAAAPhGUBEYQDADEkADckADgkAEgkAF6EZQFghAMA YSQDAAAAdABSQAEAcgF0AAwAAAAAAAAAAAASAEIAbwBkAHkAIABUAGUAeAB0ACAASQBuAGQA ZQBuAHQAIAAyAAAANQAXAAMkAw3GCAAC1gGRAgAAD4TXARGEuwASZBL/AAAxJAA3JAA4JABI JABehNcBYIS7AGEkAwAAAGwAVEABAIIBbAAMAAAAAAAAAAAACgBCAGwAbwBjAGsAIABUAGUA eAB0AAAAPQAYAAMkAw3GCAACkgGRAgAADoTUAQ+EkQIRhAH/EmQY/wAAMSQANyQAOCQASCQA XYTUAV6EkQJghAH/YSQDAAAAdABTQAEAkgF0AAwAAAAAAAAAAAASAEIAbwBkAHkAIABUAGUA eAB0ACAASQBuAGQAZQBuAHQAIAAzAAAANQAZAAMkAw3GCAACdgExAgAAD4R3ARGEwwASZBj/ AAAxJAA3JAA4JABIJABehHcBYITDAGEkAwAAAAAAAAABAAAAAgAAAFv/AAD/////AAAAAAEA /////wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAABAP////8AAAAAAAAAAAEAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAQAAAAIAAAAFAAAAAAAAAAAIAQAAAAAI//8AAAAAAAAAAFv/AAAGAAAsAQAAAP// //8AAAAApwAAAM4AAADPAAAA6wAAAOwAAADOAwAAzwMAAAsJAAAMCQAADQ4AAA4OAAArEQAA LBEAAF8VAACIFQAAiRUAAMsXAADMFwAAFx0AABgdAADzHgAA9B4AANMhAADUIQAA5CQAAOUk AAAiKQAAIykAABMtAAAULQAAfi8AAH8vAADrMQAA7DEAAPw2AAD9NgAA5DkAAOU5AAD+OQAA /zkAACM6AAAvOgAAMDoAAIo7AACLOwAAmD4AAJk+AABjQAAAZEAAAExEAABNRAAA2UYAANpG AACUSgAAlUoAAJZKAAC2SgAAt0oAAMZNAADHTQAAhFEAAIVRAACLVAAAjFQAAKNXAACkVwAA w1cAAMRXAABFWAAAVFgAAFVYAADNXAAAzlwAAIhfAACJXwAAiGIAAIliAACKZAAAsmQAANVk AAACZQAAMGUAAF1lAABeZQAAz2YAANBmAAD2ZgAAHWcAAEJnAABDZwAAZ2cAAI1nAAC9ZwAA vmcAAOhnAAAWaAAARmgAAHVoAACPaAAA1GgAANVoAADwaAAADmkAADBpAABUaQAAVWkAAIZq AACHagAApGoAAL9qAADdagAA+WoAABdrAAAtawAATGsAAGRrAABlawAAUWwAAFJsAAB7bAAA lmwAAK5sAAC+bAAAB20AADVtAABdbQAAXm0AAKRtAAClbQAA6W8AAOpvAAAlcAAAYXAAAJNw AACUcAAAJXEAACZxAABdcQAAiHEAALVxAADbcQAAAHIAAB9yAABIcgAAanIAAGtyAAC/dgAA wHYAAHV5AAB2eQAAIXwAACJ8AADjfgAA5H4AADGCAAAyggAAjocAAI+HAABYigAAWYoAAN6N AAAVkQAAFpEAADKRAAAzkQAARJQAAEWUAAAOlgAAD5YAAKqYAACrmAAAL50AADCdAADtnwAA 7p8AAOqhAADroQAAQaQAAEKkAADupgAA76YAAL2oAAC+qAAA56gAAOioAACiqwAAo6sAAAqx AAALsQAAHbYAAB62AABVugAAVroAAL+9AADAvQAA+L8AAPm/AADwwwAA8cMAAKDGAAChxgAA kckAAJLJAAADzQAABM0AACLNAAAjzQAA9M4AAPXOAAD40gAA+dIAAPfXAAD41wAAwtoAAMPa AADb4AAA3OAAAE3kAABO5AAAH+cAACDnAAA95wAAPucAADrqAADK6wAAy+sAANnuAADa7gAA DfEAAA7xAAAm8QAAO/EAAGTxAACA8QAAo/EAAMnxAADp8QAABPIAACXyAAA78gAAPPIAABX0 AAAW9AAADPkAAA35AABD/QAARP0AAJP9AACV/QAAlv0AAJj9AACZ/QAAm/0AAJz9AACe/QAA n/0AANT9AADV/QAACv4AAAv+AABS/gAAU/4AAJr+AACb/gAAq/4AAOD+AAAN/wAADv8AAA// AABV/wAAVv8AAFf/AABY/wAAWf8AAFz/AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAIAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAACAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAgACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAIAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAACAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAgACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAIAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAACAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAA AAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAA AAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA AAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgA AAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAA mAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJgAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA AACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmAAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAA AAAAAJhAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAAd5iQAwADAAAAAAAAABAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAKcHmEAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAB3mJADAAMAAAAAAAAAEAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAApweYQAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAHeYkAMAAwAAAAAAAAAQAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAACnB5hAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAAd5iQAwADAAAAAAAAABAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAKcHGEAAAAIwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAB5hAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACA DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYQAAAAjAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmEAAAAAwAAAAAAAA AIBCAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJhAAAAQMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAAGYQAAAADAAAAAA AAAAgEIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAmEAAABAwAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJhAAAAAMAAA AAAAAACAQgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYQAAAAjAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGEAAAAIw AAAAAAAAAIAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAABhAAAACMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAACYQAAA ADAAAAAAAAAAgEwBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmEAAAAAwAAAAAAAAAIBMAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJBA AAAQMAAAAAAAAACATAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGYQAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgEwBAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAA eYkAMAAwAAAAAAAAAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAA5AenB5gAAAAAMAAAAAAAAACAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAA gACYAAAAADAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAIAAAAAAAAAAAIAAmAAAAAAQAAAAAAAAAIAAAACAqQAAAAAA mL8SBwAAAAADAAAABgAAAAYAAAAJAAAADAAAAAwAAABCAAAAeAAAAMAAAAAIAQAAfAEAAMMB AADGAQAAAAYAAJIFAQBPBgEA4wYBAFkHAQBbBwEAhAAAAI8AAACRAAAAkwAAAJUAAAAABgAA IzEAAJZSAABebQAA+XIAALV5AAAOngAA+McAADryAACYBQEAmwYBAFkHAQBbBwEAhQAAAIcA AACIAAAAiQAAAIoAAACLAAAAjAAAAI0AAACOAAAAkAAAAJIAAACUAAAAAAYAAFoHAQCGAAAA eAAAAH8AAACCAAAAhwAAAJIAAACVAAAA6AAAAO8AAADyAAAA9wAAAAIBAAAFAQAApAEAAKsB AACtAQAAsgEAAL0BAADAAQAAxgEAABMhFP+VgBMaFP+VgBMhFP+VgBMaFP+VgBMhFP+VgBMa FP+VgA8AAPA4AAAAAAAG8BgAAAACCAAAAgAAAAkAAAABAAAAAQAAAAoAAABAAB7xEAAAAP// ////////gICAAPcAABAADwAC8JIAAAAQAAjwCAAAAAEAAAAJBAAADwAD8DAAAAAPAATwKAAA AAEACfAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIACvAIAAAAAAQAAAUAAAAPAATwQgAAABIACvAI AAAAAQQAAAAOAABTAAvwHgAAAL8BAAAQAMsBAAAAAP8BAAAIAAQDCQAAAD8DAQABAAAAEfAE AAAAAQAAAFv/AAD//8MAAAAGAGugNQQIAAEANPJgAwYAbKA1BBEAAQAEpNUDBgBtoDUEEQAB ADwCYQMGAG6gNQQRAAEAFOXVAwYAb6A1BBAAAQAE8WADBgBwoDUEEQABACzgbgMGAHGgNQQQ AAEAxOxgAwYAcqA1BBEAAQA06NUDBgBzoDUEEAABAETf1QMGAHSgNQQIAAEAJPlgAwYAdaA1 BBEAAQAE2mADBgB2oDUEEQABAPzi1QMGAHegNQQIAAEAVDpuAwYAeKA1BBEAAQAMJCAABgB5 oDUEEQABAEwkIAAGAHqgNQQIAAEApKzVAwYAe6A1BBEAAQBcX20DBgB8oDUEEQABAAza1QMG AH2gNQQRAAEA5KzVAwYAfqA1BAgAAQCcX20DBgB/oDUEEQABAEza1QMGAICgNQQRAAEA3MAX AAYAgaA1BAgAAQCcwBcABgCCoDUEEQABANQ6bgMGAIOgNQQRAAEAlDpuAwYAhKA1BAgAAQA8 bRgABgCFoDUEEQABAJxOGAAGAIagNQQRAAEA9E0YAAYAh6A1BAgAAQBcTRgABgCIoDUEEQAB AIxMGAAGAImgNQQRAAEA5EsYAAYAiqA1BAgAAQBMSxgABgCLoDUEEQABAKRKGAAGAIygNQQR AAEAREkYAAYAjaA1BBEAAQCsRxgABgCOoDUEEAABACxFGAAGAI+gNQQIAAEABEcYAAYAkKA1 BBEAAQDERRgABgCRoDUEEQABACS11QMGAJKgNQQRAAEA5HjqAwYAk6A1BBEAAQC0tNUDBgCU oDUEEAABAER06gMGAJWgNQQRAAEAPP/VAwYAlqA1BAgAAQBktdUDBgCXoDUEEQABAPz+1QMG AJigNQQRAAEAdLTVAwYAmaA1BAgAAQDEttUDBgCaoDUEEQABALQmawMGAJugNQQRAAEAbEYY AAYAnKA1BBEAAQB032ADBgCdoDUEEQABAOSm1QMGAJ6gNQQQAAEAjCPmAwYAn6A1BBEAAQAE 59UDBgCgoDUEEAABAGTi1QMGAKGgNQQIAAEAZNzVAwYAoqA1BBEAAQAk3NUDBgCjoDUEEQAB AHweGQAGAKSgNQQIAAEAJB0ZAAYApaA1BBEAAQD8+BcABgCmoDUEEQABAGQcGQAGAKegNQQR AAEADBsZAAYAqKA1BBAAAQBULBkABgCpoDUEEQABAMxyGAAGAKqgNQQIAAEA9GkYAAYAq6A1 BBEAAQBUo9UDBgCsoDUEEQABADT6bgMGAK2gNQQQAAEAXGrVAwYArqA1BAgAAQBkvhsABgCv oDUEEQABAMzoZgMGALCgNQQRAAEA9MAbAAYAsaA1BBEAAQDEPuYDBgCyoDUEEQABAFQsbgMG ALOgNQQQAAEATEZuAwYAtKA1BAgAAQBUR24DBgC1oDUEEQABABT8bgMGALagNQQRAAEAtNrw AwYAt6A1BAgAAQBEFGoDBgC4oDUEEQABAMyJagMGALmgNQQRAAEAlO9gAwYAuqA1BAgAAQAk DGcDBgC7oDUEEQABACQkGQAGALygNQQRAAEA9NtgAwYAvaA1BBEAAQDc9WADBgC+oDUECAAB AFSt1QMGAL+gNQQRAAEAVKjVAwYAwKA1BBEAAQDk324DBgDBoDUEEQABAKwj2AMGAMKgNQQR AAEApN3VAwYAw6A1BBEAAQD83tUDBgDEoDUECAABAJTSbQMGAMWgNQQRAAEAPN7VAwYAxqA1 BBEAAQDsRxgABgDHoDUEEQABANyMGgAGAMigNQQRAAEApBgaAAYAyaA1BAgAAQCMFhoABgDK oDUEEQABAGS+GgAGAMugNQQRAAEAlMMaAAYAzKA1BBEAAQDE3B8ABgDNoDUEEAABADz/YAMG AM6gNQQRAAEAhCTYAwYAz6A1BBEAAQAc224DBgDQoDUEEQABAKzpYAMGANGgNQQQAAEAfPtg AwYA0qA1BAgAAQAs3dUDBgDToDUEEQABAIwo2AMGANSgNQQRAAEAfNZuAwYA1aA1BAgAAQA0 J9gDBgDWoDUEEQABAMTFGgAGANegNQQRAAEAPMAXAAYA2KA1BBEAAQCM3GADBgDZoDUEEQAB ACSYGgAGANqgNQQRAAEApKLVAwYA26A1BBAAAQBEc+oDBgDcoDUECAABAHxtGAAGAN2gNQQR AAEA3E4YAAYA3qA1BBEAAQA0ThgABgDfoDUEEQABAJxNGAAGAOCgNQQIAAEAzEwYAAYA4aA1 BBEAAQAkTBgABgDioDUEEQABAIxLGAAGAOOgNQQRAAEA5EoYAAYA5KA1BBAAAQCESRgABgDl oDUECAABAFyyGgAGAOagNQQRAAEAlPRgAwYA56A1BBEAAQCEuxoABgDooDUECAABAOyZGQAG AOmgNQQRAAEA5LjdAwYA6qA1BBEAAQAUoNUDBgDroDUECAABABQtGQAGAOygNQQRAAEA1B8Z AAYA7aA1BBEAAQA8HxkABgDuoDUEEQABALQZGQAGAO+gNQQIAAEAhH8YAAYA8KA1BBEAAQAc gBgABgDxoDUEEQABACR0GAAGAPKgNQQRAAEALHAYAAYA86A1BBEAAQCMIxkABgD0oDUECAAB AFRoGAAGAPWgNQQRAAEADOHVAwYA9qA1BBEAAQCE0xkABgD3oDUEEQABADy63QMGAPigNQQI AAEABBogAAYA+aA1BBEAAQAsKBkABgD6oDUEEQABADx2GAAGAPugNQQRAAEAtGoYAAYA/KA1 BBAAAQB0HxgABgD9oDUEEQABAGwgGQAGAP6gNQQQAAEApGwYAAYA/6A1BAgAAQCkvxcABgAA oTUEEQABAAwgGAAGAAGhNQQRAAEANHIYAAYAAqE1BBEAAQD0IhkABgADoTUEEQABADRlGAAG AAShNQQRAAEALARhAwYABaE1BAgAAQA0LhoABgAGoTUEEQABAMTaYAMGAAehNQQRAAEAdODV AwYACKE1BAgAAQDM6NUDBgAJoTUEEQABAAxsGAAGAAqhNQQRAAEAZBoaAAYAC6E1BAgAAQCU dxgABgAMoTUEEQABAIxzGAAGAA2hNQQRAAEAdGsYAAYADqE1BBEAAQCsmhkABgAPoTUEEQAB AEwAYQMGABChNQQQAAEAXGkYAAYAEaE1BBEAAQCEeRgABgASoTUEEQABAGzgbgMGABOhNQQR AAEARORgAwYAFKE1BBEAAQC8J9gDBgAVoTUEEQABAKQBYQMGABahNQQRAAEAxKDVAwYAF6E1 BBEAAQAUYhoABgAYoTUEEQABAJS6GwAGABmhNQQQAAEAFDtuAwYAGqE1BAgAAQB8GiAABgAb oTUEEQABAMRY6AMGAByhNQQRAAEAZFMaAAYAHaE1BBEAAQBseuoDBgAeoTUEEQABACTm1QMG AB+hNQQRAAEATBoZAAYAIKE1BBEAAQAseBgABgAhoTUEEQABABx6GAAGACKhNQQQAAEAlCsZ AAYAI6E1BAgAAQBk7RcABgAkoTUEEQABAKTtFwAGACWhNQQRAAEA3NQZAAYAJqE1BAgAAQAc 1RkABgAnoTUEEQABAJRAGAAGACihNQQRAAEA1EAYAAYAKaE1BAIAAQDMQhgABgAqoTUEAwAB AAxDGAAGACuhNQQDAAEAZNhuAwYALKE1BAMAAQCk2G4DBgAtoTUEAwABAIREGACoAAAAqAAA ALEAAAB6BQAAegUAAEUJAABFCQAA5AkAAOQJAADQEAAA0BAAANUQAACfEwAAnxMAAKQTAAAW FQAAFhUAAB8VAAAEGgAAjSUAAI0lAACUJQAAkSwAAJEsAACZLAAAwSwAAMEsAADILAAA0SwA ANEsAADXLAAAJDoAACQ6AAArOgAAfUAAAH1AAAA9QQAAPUEAAENBAABMQQAAykEAAMpBAADS QQAAgEcAAIBHAACFRwAAM0kAADNJAAA6SQAAPkwAAEtMAABLTAAAYk4AAGJOAAClTgAApU4A AKpOAAC0TgAAtE4AALhOAADBTwAAwU8AAMdPAADnTwAA508AAOtPAAALUQAA+FEAAPhRAAD9 UQAATlIAAE5SAABOUgAAPVcAAD1XAABDVwAAYVcAAGFXAABnVwAARlgAAEZYAABLWAAAy2QA AH9oAAB/aAAAh2gAANVoAADaaAAAI2kAAClqAAApagAAMWoAAHtsAACAbAAAFnEAABZxAAAc cQAAlYQAAJWEAADQhgAA2oYAAByHAAAchwAAiI4AAIiOAACQjgAAnI4AAJyOAACfjgAAoo4A AC+QAAAvkAAAL5AAAD6ZAAA+mQAARJkAAEqZAABxmQAAcZkAAHeZAACOmQAAjpkAAOqaAADq mgAA85oAAPObAADzmwAA+5sAAAScAAAEnAAADJwAABOcAAAdnAAAHZwAACacAAA8nAAAvZwA APCcAADwnAAA85wAAPacAAAAnQAAAJ0AAAedAACDnwAAg58AADelAAA3pQAAhqYAAIamAACM pgAAC6cAABSnAAAgpwAA+7oAAPu6AAAEuwAADbsAAA27AAAUuwAAPL0AADy9AABBvQAAA74A ABrNAAAazQAA8dEAAPrRAAAI0gAAK+AAADfgAAA/4AAASeAAAEngAABJ4AAAn/AAAJ/wAACl 8AAAk/sAAKD7AACt+wAASP0AAEj9AABI/QAAVv0AAFb9AABb/QAAiP0AAIj9AACM/QAA4/4A AOP+AADo/gAA7v4AAPP+AABc/wAAAQAAAAIAAAAAAAIAAgAAAAIAAwAAAAIABAAAAAIABQAA AAIABgAAAAIABwAAAAIACAAAAAIACgAAAAIACQAAAAIACwAAAAIADQAAAAIADAAAAAIADgAA AAIAEAAAAAIADwAAAAIAEQAAAAIAEgAAAAEAFAAAAAIAEwAAAAIAFQAAAAIAFwAAAAIAFgAA AAIAGAAAAAIAGgAAAAIAGQAAAAIAGwAAAAIAHQAAAAIAHAAAAAIAHgAAAAIAIAAAAAIAHwAA AAIAIQAAAAIAIgAAAAIAIwAAAAIAJgAAAAIAJAAAAAIAJQAAAAIAJwAAAAIAKAAAAAIAKQAA AAIAKgAAAAIALAAAAAIAKwAAAAIALQAAAAIALwAAAAIALgAAAAIAMAAAAAIAMQAAAAEAMgAA AAIAMwAAAAIANAAAAAIANQAAAAIANwAAAAIANgAAAAIAOAAAAAIAOgAAAAIAOQAAAAIAOwAA AAIAPAAAAAIAPQAAAAIAPgAAAAIAQAAAAAIAPwAAAAIAQQAAAAIAQgAAAAEARAAAAAIAQwAA AAIARQAAAAIARgAAAAMARwAAAAMASAAAAAMASgAAAAIASQAAAAIASwAAAAIATQAAAAIATAAA AAIATgAAAAIAUAAAAAIATwAAAAIAUQAAAAIAUgAAAAEAVAAAAAIAUwAAAAIAVQAAAAIAVgAA AAEAVwAAAAEAWAAAAAEAWgAAAAIAWQAAAAIAWwAAAAIAXAAAAAEAXQAAAAEAXwAAAAIAXgAA AAIAYAAAAAIAYQAAAAIAYgAAAAIAYwAAAAEAZAAAAAEAZQAAAAIAZgAAAAIAaAAAAAIAZwAA AAIAaQAAAAIAbAAAAAIAagAAAAIAawAAAAIAbQAAAAIAbgAAAAMAbwAAAAMAcAAAAAMAcwAA AAIAcQAAAAIAcgAAAAIAdAAAAAIAdgAAAAIAdQAAAAIAdwAAAAIAeAAAAAIAeQAAAAIAewAA AAIAegAAAAIAfAAAAAIAfgAAAAIAfQAAAAIAfwAAAAIAggAAAAIAgAAAAAIAgQAAAAIAgwAA AAIAhQAAAAIAhAAAAAIAhgAAAAIAhwAAAAEAiAAAAAEAiwAAAAIAiQAAAAIAigAAAAIAjAAA AAIAjgAAAAIAjQAAAAIAjwAAAAIAkAAAAAIAkQAAAAIAkgAAAAIAkwAAAAIAlQAAAAIAlAAA AAIAlgAAAAIAlwAAAAEAmAAAAAEAmQAAAAEAmwAAAAIAmgAAAAIAnAAAAAIAngAAAAIAnQAA AAIAnwAAAAIAoQAAAAIAoAAAAAIAogAAAAIAowAAAAEApAAAAAIApQAAAAIApgAAAAEApwAA AAEAqAAAAAEAqQAAAAEAqgAAAAEAqwAAAAEArAAAAAMArQAAAAMArgAAAAMAsAAAAAIArwAA AAIAsQAAAAIAsgAAAAEAswAAAAEAtAAAAAEAtQAAAAMAtgAAAAMAtwAAAAMAuQAAAAIAuAAA AAIAugAAAAIAvAAAAAIAuwAAAAIAvQAAAAIAwQAAAAIAvgAAAAIAvwAAAAIAwAAAAAIAwgAA AAIAsAAAALgAAAC4AAAAfgUAAH4FAABMCQAATAkAAPEJAADxCQAA1BAAANoQAADaEAAAoxMA AKsTAACrEwAAHhUAACYVAAAmFQAACxoAAJMlAACaJQAAmiUAAJgsAACeLAAAniwAAMcsAADN LAAAzSwAANYsAADeLAAA3iwAACo6AAAuOgAALjoAAIRAAACEQAAAQkEAAEtBAABRQQAAUUEA ANFBAADXQQAA10EAAIRHAACMRwAAjEcAADlJAABBSQAAQUkAAEZMAABVTAAAVUwAAGtOAABr TgAAqU4AAK9OAACvTgAAt04AAL5OAAC+TgAAxU8AAM1PAADNTwAA6k8AAPFPAADxTwAAGlEA APxRAAACUgAAAlIAAFVSAABVUgAAVVIAAEJXAABJVwAASVcAAGZXAABtVwAAbVcAAEpYAABT WAAAU1gAAM9kAACGaAAAjmgAAI5oAADYaAAA3WgAACZpAAAwagAANmoAADZqAAB+bAAAg2wA ABtxAAAhcQAAIXEAAJyEAACchAAA2IYAAOGGAAAjhwAAI4cAAI+OAACXjgAAl44AAJ6OAACh jgAAp44AAKeOAAA0kAAANJAAADSQAABDmQAASZkAAE2ZAABNmQAAdpkAAH2ZAAB9mQAAlZkA AJWZAADymgAA+poAAPqaAAD6mwAAApwAAAKcAAALnAAAEpwAABucAAAbnAAAJZwAACucAAAr nAAARJwAAMScAADynAAA9ZwAAPucAAD7nAAABp0AAAydAAAMnQAAi58AAIufAABApQAAQKUA AIumAACTpgAAk6YAABKnAAAbpwAAJacAAAO7AAAJuwAACbsAABO7AAAbuwAAG7sAAEC9AABK vQAASr0AAAu+AAAhzQAAIc0AAPjRAAAC0gAADtIAADXgAAA74AAAQ+AAAFHgAABR4AAAUeAA AKTwAACr8AAAq/AAAJ77AACn+wAAs/sAAE79AABO/QAATv0AAFr9AABe/QAAXv0AAIv9AACR /QAAkf0AAOf+AADt/gAA8v4AAPb+AAD2/gAAXP8AAAEAAQAAAAAAAgAAAAMAAAAEAAAABQAA AAYAAAAHAAAACAAAAAoAAQAJAAAACwAAAA0AAQAMAAAADgAAABAAAQAPAAAAEQAAABIAAAAU AAEAEwAAABUAAAAXAAEAFgAAABgAAAAaAAEAGQAAABsAAAAdAAEAHAAAAB4AAAAgAAEAHwAA ACEAAAAiAAAAIwAAACUAAQAmAAEAJAAAACcAAAAoAAEAKQAAACoAAAAsAAEAKwAAAC0AAAAv AAEALgAAADAAAAAxAAAAMgAAADMAAAA0AAAANQAAADcAAQA2AAAAOAAAADoAAQA5AAAAOwAA ADwAAQA9AAAAPgAAAEAAAQA/AAAAQQAAAEIAAABEAAEAQwAAAEUAAABGAAAARwAAAEgAAABK AAEASQAAAEsAAABNAAEATAAAAE4AAABQAAEATwAAAFEAAABSAAAAVAABAFMAAABVAAAAVgAA AFcAAABYAAAAWgABAFkAAABbAAAAXAAAAF0AAABfAAEAXgAAAGAAAABhAAAAYgAAAGMAAABk AAAAZQAAAGYAAABoAAEAZwAAAGkAAABrAAEAbAABAGoAAABtAAAAbgAAAG8AAABwAAAAcgAB AHMAAQBxAAAAdAAAAHYAAQB1AAAAdwAAAHgAAAB5AAAAewABAHoAAAB8AAAAfgABAH0AAAB/ AAAAgQABAIIAAQCAAAAAgwAAAIUAAQCEAAAAhgAAAIcAAACIAAAAigABAIsAAQCJAAAAjAAA AI4AAQCNAAAAjwAAAJAAAACRAAAAkgAAAJMAAACVAAEAlAAAAJYAAACXAAAAmAAAAJkAAACb AAEAmgAAAJwAAACeAAEAnQAAAJ8AAAChAAEAoAAAAKIAAACjAAAApAAAAKUAAACmAAAApwAA AKgAAACpAAAAqgAAAKsAAACsAAAArQAAAK4AAACwAAEArwAAALEAAACyAAAAswAAALQAAAC1 AAAAtgAAALcAAAC5AAEAuAAAALoAAAC8AAEAuwAAAL0AAAC/AAEAwAABAMEAAQC+AAAAwgAA AAoAAABCAAAAwADAACqAdXJuOnNjaGVtYXMtbWljcm9zb2Z0LWNvbTpvZmZpY2U6c21hcnR0 YWdzDoBjb3VudHJ5LXJlZ2lvbgCAKAAAAJ0AnQAUgHVybjpzY2hlbWFzOmNvbnRhY3RzCoBt aWRkbGVuYW1lAIAgAAAAwQDBABSAdXJuOnNjaGVtYXM6Y29udGFjdHMCgFNuAIAnAAAAwgDC ABSAdXJuOnNjaGVtYXM6Y29udGFjdHMJgEdpdmVuTmFtZQCAPQAAAJkAmQAqgHVybjpzY2hl bWFzLW1pY3Jvc29mdC1jb206b2ZmaWNlOnNtYXJ0dGFncwmAUGxhY2VUeXBlAIA9AAAAmwCb ACqAdXJuOnNjaGVtYXMtbWljcm9zb2Z0LWNvbTpvZmZpY2U6c21hcnR0YWdzCYBQbGFjZU5h bWUAgDgAAACPAI8AKoB1cm46c2NoZW1hcy1taWNyb3NvZnQtY29tOm9mZmljZTpzbWFydHRh Z3MEgENpdHkAgDkAAAC/AL8AKoB1cm46c2NoZW1hcy1taWNyb3NvZnQtY29tOm9mZmljZTpz bWFydHRhZ3MFgHBsYWNlAIA5AAAAkgCSACqAdXJuOnNjaGVtYXMtbWljcm9zb2Z0LWNvbTpv ZmZpY2U6c21hcnR0YWdzBYBTdGF0ZQCAPgAAAMMAwwAqgHVybjpzY2hlbWFzLW1pY3Jvc29m dC1jb206b2ZmaWNlOnNtYXJ0dGFncwqAUGVyc29uTmFtZQCADAAAAaj0+QUAAAAAwwAAAAAA wgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwAAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwAAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwAAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAA wgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwAAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAA wgAAAAAAnQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAmwAAAAAAvwAAAAAAmQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAkgAAAAAAkgAAAAAAvwAAAAAAjwAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAA wgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAjwAAAAAAvwAAAAAAkgAAAAAAwwAAAAAA wgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAjwAAAAAAwQAAAAAAvwAAAAAA wwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wgAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAA wQAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwAAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wgAAAAAAwAAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAnQAAAAAA wQAAAAAAjwAAAAAAwQAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAnQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAA wgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwAAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAA wQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAnQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAnQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAjwAAAAAA vwAAAAAAjwAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wQAAAAAAkgAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAjwAAAAAAkgAAAAAAwgAAAAAA jwAAAAAAwQAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwgAAAAAA jwAAAAAAwQAAAAAAvwAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAAwwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAwQAAAAAA wwAAAAAAwgAAAAAAnQAAAAAAnQAAAAAAwQAAAAAAAAAAALEAAAC4AAAAHxUAACgVAAAEGgAA CxoAAMAbAADKGwAAQCwAAEYsAAB5LAAAfywAANcsAADeLAAAKzoAAC46AAAbQAAAIUAAADpJ AABBSQAABEwAAAhMAAAOVAAAFFQAAOJWAADqVgAAPVcAAEJXAABDVwAASVcAAGdXAABtVwAA PFgAAENYAACZXQAAoF0AAAJgAAAMYAAAimQAAItkAAC3ZAAAuGQAAMtkAADPZAAATmUAAFdl AAAdcAAAJHAAAFZwAABgcAAAD3EAABRxAADAcwAAyXMAAEh0AABUdAAAaIEAAG6BAAC3gQAA vIEAAG2OAAByjgAAq44AAK6OAACvjgAAtI4AADycAABEnAAA/aIAAASjAADIqwAAz6sAANa0 AADetAAA4rcAAOm3AACZuQAAobkAABS7AAAbuwAAA74AAAu+AABxwwAAfsMAAPHRAAD40QAA CNIAAA7SAABd1AAAZdQAANTVAADf1QAAMecAADznAAA26AAAPegAAJvoAACh6AAAyPUAAM/1 AABX9wAAYvcAAIz9AACR/QAAk/0AAJP9AACV/QAAlf0AAJb9AACW/QAAmP0AAJn9AACb/QAA nP0AAJ79AACf/QAA6P4AAO3+AABW/wAAV/8AAFz/AAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcA HAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwA BwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcA HAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwA BwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAcAAcAHAAHABwABwAEAAcABAACAAQABwAEAAcABAAHAAQABwAcAAcA AgAHAAAAAAAiAAAAKwAAAH4fAACOHwAAjx8AAJ0fAACeHwAArh8AAK8fAADAHwAAwR8AAM8f AADQHwAA4R8AAGgrAAB1KwAAYDcAAGg3AACoVQAAslUAAM9jAADSYwAAimQAAItkAACyZAAA tmQAANVkAADYZAAAAmUAAAZlAADxZgAA9WYAAB1nAABBZwAAUGgAAFRoAAAwaQAAU2kAANZq AADcagAAUGsAAFlrAAABcAAABnAAAN9xAADkcQAAYXIAAGlyAADGfAAAC30AADycAABEnAAA A74AAAu+AAD+xgAAnccAABnMAAAhzAAAGtwAABzcAABV5gAAgOYAABnsAADn7AAAJe4AACfu AADJ8QAAy/EAAATyAAAH8gAAu/cAAMj3AAAI+gAAD/oAAJP9AACT/QAAlf0AAJX9AACW/QAA lv0AAJj9AACZ/QAAm/0AAJz9AACe/QAAn/0AAFb/AABX/wAAXP8AAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcA MwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMA BwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcA MwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHADMABwAzAAcAMwAHAAQABwAEAAIABAAHAAQABwAEAAcABAAHAAIA BwAAAAAAk/0AAJP9AACV/QAAlf0AAJb9AACW/QAAmP0AAJn9AACb/QAAnP0AAJ79AACf/QAA Vv8AAFf/AABc/wAABwAEAAcABAACAAQABwAEAAcABAAHAAQABwACAAcAAAAAAJP9AACT/QAA lf0AAJX9AACW/QAAlv0AAJj9AACZ/QAAm/0AAJz9AACe/QAAn/0AAFb/AABX/wAAXP8AAAcA BAAHAAQAAgAEAAcABAAHAAQABwAEAAcAAgAHAAoAckJYBTjIMrX/D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P /w8QAH0rFxKcwNwd/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8PEADIW68TzoNCmv8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P /w//DxAAZENTKLQ1wBH/D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w8QANguTy/WOGrT/w//D/8P/w//D/8P /w//D/8PEABlEgdExj1Mm/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w//DxAA+kL6Tdiz6pr/D/8P/w//D/8P /w//D/8P/w8QAGchdU40DDgi/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8PEADACi1m0DN6Ev8P/w//D/8P /w//D/8P/w//DxAAiC6SfTiWcgD/D/8P/w//D/8P/w//D/8P/w8QAAEAAAAXEAAAAAAAAAAA AABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIGXoTQAmCEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAA AIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EoAURhJj+FcYFAAGgBQZe hKAFYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgB AAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EcAgRhJj+FcYFAAFwCAZehHAIYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgA AAEAp/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RACxGEmP4VxgUAAUALBl6EQAtg hJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABkY AAAPhBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBv AAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhOAQEYSY/hXGBQAB4BAGXoTgEGCEmP5P SgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E sBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AA AAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SAFhGEmP4VxgUAAYAWBl6EgBZghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBe SgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RQGRGE mP4VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXEAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsYAAAPhDgEEYSY/hXGBQABOAQGXoQ4BGCEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAAEA t/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALGAAAD4RwCBGEmP4VxgUAAXAIBl6EcAhghJj+ T0oDAFFKAwBvKAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACxgAAA+EQAsRhJj+FcYF AAFACwZehEALYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAAQCn8AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsY AAAPhBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAALGAAAD4TgEBGEmP4VxgUAAeAQBl6E4BBghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBvKAABAG8A AQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACxgAAA+EsBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9K BABRSgQAbygAAQCn8AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAsYAAAPhIAWEYSY/hXGBQAB gBYGXoSAFmCEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALGAAA D4RQGRGEmP4VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBvKAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAACxgAAA+EIBwRhJj+FcYFAAEgHAZehCAcYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAAQCn8AEA AAAXEAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIGXoTQAmCEmP5PSgEA UUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EoAUR hJj+FcYFAAGgBQZehKAFYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeQ AAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EcAgRhJj+FcYFAAFwCAZehHAIYISY/k9KBABRSgQA bygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RACxGEmP4V xgUAAUALBl6EQAtghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAA AABoAQAAAAAAABkYAAAPhBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACH aAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhOAQEYSY/hXGBQAB 4BAGXoTgEGCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgB AAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EsBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgA AAEAt/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SAFhGEmP4VxgUAAYAWBl6EgBZg hJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAA AAAVGAAAD4RQGRGEmP4VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn 8AEAAAAXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIGXoTQAmCEmP5P SgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+E oAURhJj+FcYFAAGgBQZehKAFYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAA ABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EcAgRhJj+FcYFAAFwCAZehHAIYISY/k9KBABR SgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RACxGE mP4VxgUAAUALBl6EQAtghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXgAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABkYAAAPhBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBv KACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhOAQEYSY/hXG BQAB4BAGXoTgEGCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EsBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAA iEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SAFhGEmP4VxgUAAYAWBl6E gBZghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAVGAAAD4RQGRGEmP4VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAA AQCn8AIAAAAXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABMYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIGXoTQAmCE mP5PSgEAUEoAAFFKAQBeSgAAbygAAQC38AEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABkYAAAP hKAFEYSY/hXGBQABoAUGXoSgBWCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEA AAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhHAIEYSY/hXGBQABcAgGXoRwCGCEmP5PSgQA UUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EQAsR hJj+FcYFAAFACwZehEALYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF4AAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4QQDhGEmP4VxgUAARAOBl6EEA5ghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMA bygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4TgEBGEmP4V xgUAAeAQBl6E4BBghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhLATEYSY/hXGBQABsBMGXoSwE2CEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAA AIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EgBYRhJj+FcYFAAGAFgZe hIAWYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EUBkRhJj+FcYFAAFQGQZehFAZYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgA AAEAp/ABAAAAFxAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4TQAhGEmP4VxgUAAdACBl6E0AJg hJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABkY AAAPhKAFEYSY/hXGBQABoAUGXoSgBWCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBv AAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhHAIEYSY/hXGBQABcAgGXoRwCGCEmP5P SgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+E QAsRhJj+FcYFAAFACwZehEALYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF5AA AAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4QQDhGEmP4VxgUAARAOBl6EEA5ghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBe SgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4TgEBGE mP4VxgUAAeAQBl6E4BBghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXkAAAAAAA AAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhLATEYSY/hXGBQABsBMGXoSwE2CEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdo AAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EgBYRhJj+FcYFAAGA FgZehIAWYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAA AGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EUBkRhJj+FcYFAAFQGQZehFAZYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAA iEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAAAACAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADGAAAD4T6AhGEmP4VxgUAAfoCBl6E +gJghJj+bygAAwAoAAAAKQABAAAABIABAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4TKBRGEmP4V xgUAAcoFBl6EygVghJj+AgABAC4AAQAAAAKCAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABgAAA+EmggR hEz/FcYFAAGaCAZehJoIYIRM/wIAAgAuAAEAAAAAgAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYAAAP hGoLEYSY/hXGBQABagsGXoRqC2CEmP4CAAMALgABAAAABIABAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA GAAAD4Q6DhGEmP4VxgUAAToOBl6EOg5ghJj+AgAEAC4AAQAAAAKCAQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAABgAAA+EChERhEz/FcYFAAEKEQZehAoRYIRM/wIABQAuAAEAAAAAgAEAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhNoTEYSY/hXGBQAB2hMGXoTaE2CEmP4CAAYALgABAAAABIABAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4SqFhGEmP4VxgUAAaoWBl6EqhZghJj+AgAHAC4AAQAAAAKCAQAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABgAAA+EehkRhEz/FcYFAAF6GQZehHoZYIRM/wIACAAuAAEAAAAX EAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIGXoTQAmCEmP5PSgEAUUoB AG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EoAURhJj+ FcYFAAGgBQZehKAFYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeQAAAA AAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EcAgRhJj+FcYFAAFwCAZehHAIYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygA h2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4RACxGEmP4VxgUA AUALBl6EQAtghJj+T0oBAFFKAQBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQC38AEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABo AQAAAAAAABkYAAAPhBAOEYSY/hXGBQABEA4GXoQQDmCEmP5PSgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAA AACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXkAAAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAABUYAAAPhOAQEYSY/hXGBQAB4BAG XoTgEGCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAAABeQAAAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAA AAAAFRgAAA+EsBMRhJj+FcYFAAGwEwZehLATYISY/k9KAQBRSgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEA t/ABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4SAFhGEmP4VxgUAAYAWBl6EgBZghJj+ T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF5AAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAV GAAAD4RQGRGEmP4VxgUAAVAZBl6EUBlghJj+T0oEAFFKBABvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEA AAAAEAEAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIGXoTQAmCEmP4CAAAA LgABAAAABJABAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4SgBRGEmP4VxgUAAaAFBl6EoAVghJj+ AgABAC4AAQAAAAKSAQAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAABgAAA+EcAgRhEz/FcYFAAFwCAZehHAI YIRM/wIAAgAuAAEAAAAAkAEAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhEALEYSY/hXGBQABQAsG XoRAC2CEmP4CAAMALgABAAAABJABAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAAGAAAD4QQDhGEmP4VxgUA ARAOBl6EEA5ghJj+AgAEAC4AAQAAAAKSAQAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAAABgAAA+E4BARhEz/ FcYFAAHgEAZehOAQYIRM/wIABQAuAAEAAAAAkAEAAAAAAAAAAABoAQAAAAAAAAAYAAAPhLAT EYSY/hXGBQABsBMGXoSwE2CEmP4CAAYALgABAAAABJABAAAAAAAAAAAAaAEAAAAAAAAAGAAA D4SAFhGEmP4VxgUAAYAWBl6EgBZghJj+AgAHAC4AAQAAAAKSAQAAAAAAAAAAAGgBAAAAAAAA ABgAAA+EUBkRhEz/FcYFAAFQGQZehFAZYIRM/wIACAAuAAIAAAAXAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAABMYAAAPhNACEYSY/hXGBQAB0AIGXoTQAmCEmP5PSgEAUEoAAFFKAQBeSgAAbygAAQC3 8AEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABkYAAAPhKAFEYSY/hXGBQABoAUGXoSgBWCEmP5P SgMAUUoDAF5KAwBvKACHaAAAAACISAAAAQBvAAEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUY AAAPhHAIEYSY/hXGBQABcAgGXoRwCGCEmP5PSgQAUUoEAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABAKfwAQAA ABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EQAsRhJj+FcYFAAFACwZehEALYISY/k9KAQBR SgEAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAt/ABAAAAF4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZGAAAD4QQDhGE mP4VxgUAARAOBl6EEA5ghJj+T0oDAFFKAwBeSgMAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAbwABAAAAF4AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAVGAAAD4TgEBGEmP4VxgUAAeAQBl6E4BBghJj+T0oEAFFKBABv KACHaAAAAACISAAAAQCn8AEAAAAXgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABUYAAAPhLATEYSY/hXG BQABsBMGXoSwE2CEmP5PSgEAUUoBAG8oAIdoAAAAAIhIAAABALfwAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAGRgAAA+EgBYRhJj+FcYFAAGAFgZehIAWYISY/k9KAwBRSgMAXkoDAG8oAIdo AAAAAIhIAAABAG8AAQAAABeAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFRgAAA+EUBkRhJj+FcYFAAFQ GQZehFAZYISY/k9KBABRSgQAbygAh2gAAAAAiEgAAAEAp/AKAAAA+kL6TQAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AH0rFxIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAADACi1mAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA2C5PLwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIgukn0A AAAAAAAAAAAAAABkQ1MoAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAZyF1TgAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHJCWAUAAAAAAAAA AAAAAABlEgdEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAyFuvEwAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP////////////////////// /////////////////////////////////woAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP//CgAA ABIAAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEEgAmU759AwAJBAUACQQB AAkEAwAJBAUACQQBAAkEAwAJBAUACQQSAAEACQQDAAkEBQAJBAEACQQDAAkEBQAJBAEACQQD AAkEBQAJBBIAAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEEgABAAkEAwAJ BAUACQQBAAkEAwAJBAUACQQBAAkEAwAJBAUACQQSAAEACQQDAAkEBQAJBAEACQQDAAkEBQAJ BAEACQQDAAkEBQAJBBIArHcE1xkACQQbAAkEDwAJBBkACQQbAAkEDwAJBBkACQQbAAkEEgAB AAkEAwAJBAUACQQBAAkEAwAJBAUACQQBAAkEAwAJBAUACQQSAA8ACQQZAAkEGwAJBA8ACQQZ AAkEGwAJBA8ACQQZAAkEGwAJBBIAAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEAQAJBAMACQQFAAkEAQAJBAMACQQF AAkEWAAAAAQAAAAIAAAA5QAAAAAAAABXAAAAiTsAAHlECQApPgsAtCMTAGJJEwABRRQA7SwX AHljGQBfKBsA1jghAMgaJQC0ViYARhEoAFwvKwA1Vi4AqwcxAMtlNwDZFTkA1Qs+AAkEPwC8 TkEAjUdEAFRbRAACYkUAXXFGAAE3SwBrV0sAxV5LAG8PTgCLIlAA51tQAB86VQBia1cAuxpc AFoRYACQamIAIU9jACZ6ZwC4ZW0AgV5yAMVhcwDQPnQAyih3AEE9dwAZSnsAuWiAAComggCX SocAuheJAHNBiQCiJIoAYB+UADwblgBwVpoA0yKcACY5oADWBaIAWE2iAGtHqQAtZ6sAhmWt AMVxrQBdA64AMXKuAMY2rwB7H7EAzBSyAGgmsgDgc7kA7EG8AEc4wgDeUMMA9UXEAIN2xwBi b84AKXbdACFt3wCsKuMATnPmACAR6AARVvEAh3vyANlx8wCse/UAjAr5APt3+QClb/oA2xb/ AP9AAhAAAAAAAAAAW/8AAGAAABAAQAAA//8BAAAABwBVAG4AawBuAG8AdwBuAP//AQAIAAAA AAAAAAAAAAD//wEAAAAAAP//AAACAP//AAAAAP//AAACAP//AAAAAAUAAABHFpABAAACAgYD BQQFAgMEh3oAIAAAAIAIAAAAAAAAAP8BAAAAAAAAVABpAG0AZQBzACAATgBlAHcAIABSAG8A bQBhAG4AAAA1FpABAgAFBQECAQcGAgUHAAAAAAAAABAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIAAAAAAUwB5AG0A YgBvAGwAAAAzJpABAAACCwYEAgICAgIEh3oAIAAAAIAIAAAAAAAAAP8BAAAAAAAAQQByAGkA YQBsAAAAPzWQAQAAAgcDCQICBQIEBId6ACAAAACACAAAAAAAAAD/AQAAAAAAAEMAbwB1AHIA aQBlAHIAIABOAGUAdwAAADsGkAECAAUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAgAAA AABXAGkAbgBnAGQAaQBuAGcAcwAAACMABAAxCKgYAPDQAgAAaAEAAAAAiSSDhkAomSYrUnsm BQDtAgAA2CUAALvXAAABAIEAAAAEAAMQzAEAANglAAC71wAAAQCBAAAAzAEAAAAAAABxAwDw EAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACABKAFtAC0AIGB EjQAABAAGQBkAAAAGQAAABL9AAAS/QAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAAAAAAAAAwyg1EA8BAACNwDAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAASFgAAAAACPD/DwEAAT8AAOQEAAD///9/////f/// /3////9/////f////3////9/YB+UAAAAAAAyAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD//xIAAAAAAAAA CgBGAG8AcgAgAFIAaQBjAGgAZQByAAAAAAAAAAgAQgBsAGUAYwBoAG0AYQBuABIAUgBvAGIA ZQByAHQAIABLAC4AIABCAGwAZQBjAGgAbQBhAG4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA0AAAA BgAAAAoAAAAAAAwAAQAMAAIADAADAAwABAAMAAUADAAGAAwABwAMAAgADAAJAAwAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP7/AAAFAQIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEA AADghZ/y+U9oEKuRCAArJ7PZMAAAAJgBAAASAAAAAQAAAJgAAAACAAAAoAAAAAMAAAC0AAAA BAAAAMAAAAAFAAAA1AAAAAYAAADgAAAABwAAAOwAAAAIAAAAAAEAAAkAAAAcAQAAEgAAACgB AAAKAAAASAEAAAsAAABUAQAADAAAAGABAAANAAAAbAEAAA4AAAB4AQAADwAAAIABAAAQAAAA iAEAABMAAACQAQAAAgAAAOQEAAAeAAAADAAAAEZvciBSaWNoZXIAAB4AAAAEAAAAAAAAAB4A AAAMAAAAQmxlY2htYW4AAAAAHgAAAAQAAAAAAAAAHgAAAAQAAAAAAAAAHgAAAAwAAABOb3Jt YWwuZG90AAAeAAAAFAAAAFJvYmVydCBLLiBCbGVjaG1hbgAAHgAAAAQAAAA1AAAAHgAAABgA AABNaWNyb3NvZnQgT2ZmaWNlIFdvcmQAAABAAAAAAM5TomgAAABAAAAAAKJ4LIinwwFAAAAA AKa2SzUCxAFAAAAAAMgAq9axxQEDAAAAAQAAAAMAAADYJQAAAwAAALvXAAADAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD+/wAABQECAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABAAAAAtXN1Zwu GxCTlwgAKyz5rjAAAAD0AAAADAAAAAEAAABoAAAADwAAAHAAAAAFAAAAfAAAAAYAAACEAAAA EQAAAIwAAAAXAAAAlAAAAAsAAACcAAAAEAAAAKQAAAATAAAArAAAABYAAAC0AAAADQAAALwA AAAMAAAA0wAAAAIAAADkBAAAHgAAAAQAAAAAAAAAAwAAAMwBAAADAAAAgQAAAAMAAAAS/QAA AwAAANgYCwALAAAAAAAAAAsAAAAAAAAACwAAAAAAAAALAAAAAAAAAB4QAAABAAAACwAAAEZv ciBSaWNoZXIADBAAAAIAAAAeAAAABgAAAFRpdGxlAAMAAAABAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAQAAAAIAAAADAAAABAAAAAUAAAAGAAAABwAAAAgAAAAJAAAACgAAAAsA AAAMAAAADQAAAA4AAAAPAAAAEAAAABEAAAASAAAAEwAAABQAAAAVAAAAFgAAABcAAAAYAAAA GQAAABoAAAAbAAAAHAAAAB0AAAAeAAAAHwAAACAAAAAhAAAAIgAAACMAAAAkAAAAJQAAACYA AAAnAAAAKAAAACkAAAAqAAAAKwAAACwAAAAtAAAALgAAAC8AAAAwAAAAMQAAADIAAAAzAAAA NAAAADUAAAA2AAAANwAAADgAAAA5AAAAOgAAADsAAAA8AAAAPQAAAD4AAAA/AAAAQAAAAEEA AABCAAAAQwAAAEQAAABFAAAARgAAAEcAAABIAAAASQAAAEoAAABLAAAATAAAAE0AAABOAAAA TwAAAFAAAABRAAAAUgAAAFMAAABUAAAAVQAAAFYAAABXAAAAWAAAAFkAAABaAAAAWwAAAFwA AABdAAAAXgAAAF8AAABgAAAAYQAAAGIAAABjAAAAZAAAAGUAAABmAAAAZwAAAGgAAABpAAAA agAAAGsAAABsAAAAbQAAAG4AAABvAAAAcAAAAHEAAAByAAAAcwAAAHQAAAB1AAAAdgAAAHcA AAB4AAAAeQAAAHoAAAB7AAAAfAAAAH0AAAB+AAAAfwAAAIAAAACBAAAAggAAAIMAAACEAAAA hQAAAIYAAACHAAAAiAAAAIkAAACKAAAAiwAAAIwAAACNAAAAjgAAAI8AAACQAAAAkQAAAJIA AACTAAAAlAAAAJUAAACWAAAA/v///5gAAACZAAAAmgAAAJsAAACcAAAAnQAAAJ4AAACfAAAA oAAAAKEAAACiAAAAowAAAKQAAAClAAAApgAAAKcAAACoAAAAqQAAAKoAAACrAAAArAAAAK0A AACuAAAArwAAALAAAACxAAAAsgAAALMAAAC0AAAA/v///7YAAAC3AAAAuAAAALkAAAC6AAAA uwAAALwAAAC9AAAAvgAAAL8AAADAAAAAwQAAAMIAAADDAAAAxAAAAMUAAADGAAAAxwAAAMgA AADJAAAAygAAAMsAAADMAAAAzQAAAM4AAADPAAAA0AAAANEAAADSAAAA0wAAANQAAADVAAAA 1gAAANcAAADYAAAA2QAAANoAAADbAAAA3AAAAN0AAADeAAAA3wAAAOAAAADhAAAA4gAAAOMA AADkAAAA5QAAAOYAAADnAAAA6AAAAOkAAADqAAAA6wAAAOwAAADtAAAA7gAAAO8AAADwAAAA /v////IAAADzAAAA9AAAAPUAAAD2AAAA9wAAAPgAAAD+////+gAAAPsAAAD8AAAA/QAAAP4A AAD/AAAAAAEAAP7////9/////f////3///8FAQAA/v////7////+//////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////////////////////////////////////////////UgBvAG8AdAAgAEUAbgB0AHIA eQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABYABQH///// /////wMAAAAGCQIAAAAAAMAAAAAAAABGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAcNHMutaxxQEHAQAAgAAAAAAA AABEAGEAdABhAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACgACAf///////////////wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAJcAAADNOwAAAAAAADEAVABhAGIAbABlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAOAAIBAQAAAAYAAAD/////AAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAtQAAAC52AAAAAAAAVwBvAHIAZABEAG8A YwB1AG0AZQBuAHQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAABoA AgECAAAABQAAAP////8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA XSwBAAAAAAAFAFMAdQBtAG0AYQByAHkASQBuAGYAbwByAG0AYQB0AGkAbwBuAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKAACAf///////////////wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAPEAAAAAEAAAAAAAAAUARABvAGMAdQBtAGUAbgB0AFMAdQBtAG0A YQByAHkASQBuAGYAbwByAG0AYQB0AGkAbwBuAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4AAIBBAAAAP////////// AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA+QAAAAAQAAAAAAAAAQBDAG8A bQBwAE8AYgBqAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAABIAAgD///////////////8AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAcQAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAP///////////////wAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAEAAAD+//////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ////////AQD+/wMKAAD/////BgkCAAAAAADAAAAAAAAARh8AAABNaWNyb3NvZnQgT2ZmaWNl IFdvcmQgRG9jdW1lbnQACgAAAE1TV29yZERvYwAQAAAAV29yZC5Eb2N1bWVudC44APQ5snEA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA= --------------825B564FC566BFD43CD1BB8D-- --------------040208030502050409070601 Content-Type: text/plain; x-avg=cert; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Disposition: inline Content-Description: "AVG certification" No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - Release Date: 9/15/2005 --------------040208030502050409070601-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 09:47:02 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Boundary_(ID_Htju+MH0vnzRxF9acQ9W+g)" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. --Boundary_(ID_Htju+MH0vnzRxF9acQ9W+g) Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT Baaad habit, which I promise to terminate (!) as of this post (!). -- Jim James Loucks, Ph.D. Ohio State University-Newark 1179 University Dr. Newark, OH 43055-1797 [log in to unmask] 740.366.9423 fax 740.366.5047 ________________________________ From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Jacek Niecko Sent: Thu 15-Sep-05 7:31 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, Ph.D., always carry an exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they are "priority" and/or "urgent"? Jacek Niecko Washington DC ----- Original Message ----- From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 6:57 PM Subject: bowra's pastiche of tSE > Has anyone on the TSE list seen it? =======>>>>>> -- cheers, -- Jim > Loucks > > In the 15 Sept. issue of TLS: > > "His prose was unreadable and his verse was unprintable": unveiled this > week by Henry Hardy and Jennifer Holmes, a lewd pastiche of T. S. Eliot > written by Maurice Bowra, a former Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University. > The TLS prints the poem in full for the first time; readers are invited to > identify the many allusions made in "Old Croaker" - or to invent some of > their own. > > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > --Boundary_(ID_Htju+MH0vnzRxF9acQ9W+g) Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE
Baaad habit, which I promise to terminate (!) as of this post (!).  --  Jim
 
James Loucks, Ph.D.
Ohio State University-Newark
1179 University Dr.
Newark, OH 43055-1797
[log in to unmask]
740.366.9423
fax 740.366.5047
 


From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Jacek Niecko
Sent: Thu 15-Sep-05 7:31 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE

Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, Ph.D., always carry an
exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they are "priority" and/or
"urgent"?

Jacek Niecko
Washington DC
----- Original Message -----
From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Thursday, September 15, 2005 6:57 PM
Subject: bowra's pastiche of tSE


> Has anyone on the TSE list seen it?  =======>>>>>>  -- cheers,  --  Jim
> Loucks
>
> In the 15 Sept. issue of TLS:
>
> "His prose was unreadable and his verse was unprintable": unveiled this
> week by Henry Hardy and Jennifer Holmes, a lewd pastiche of T. S. Eliot
> written by Maurice Bowra, a former Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University.
> The TLS prints the poem in full for the first time; readers are invited to
> identify the many allusions made in "Old Croaker" - or to invent some of
> their own.
>
>
> James Loucks, Ph.D.
> Ohio State University-Newark
> 1179 University Dr.
> Newark, OH 43055-1797
> [log in to unmask]
> 740.366.9423
> fax 740.366.5047
>

--Boundary_(ID_Htju+MH0vnzRxF9acQ9W+g)-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 15:56:18 +0200 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Gunnar Jauch <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-version: 1.0 Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="MS_Mac_OE_3209730978_1166120_MIME_Part" > This message is in MIME format. Since your mail reader does not understand this format, some or all of this message may not be legible. --MS_Mac_OE_3209730978_1166120_MIME_Part Content-type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit am 16.9.05 15:47 Uhr schrieb Loucks, James unter [log in to unmask]: Baaad habit, which I promise to terminate (!) as of this post (!). -- Jim James Loucks, Ph.D. Ohio State University-Newark 1179 University Dr. Newark, OH 43055-1797 [log in to unmask] 740.366.9423 fax 740.366.5047 From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Jacek Niecko Sent: Thu 15-Sep-05 7:31 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, Ph.D., always carry an exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they are "priority" and/or "urgent"? Jacek Niecko Baaad, indeed. We all gonna miss them exclamation marks, won't we. What me worry, Jacek.... ;-) Cheers, Gunnar --MS_Mac_OE_3209730978_1166120_MIME_Part Content-type: text/html; charset="US-ASCII" Content-transfer-encoding: quoted-printable Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE am 16.9.05 15:47 Uhr schrieb Loucks, James unter [log in to unmask]:

Baaad h= abit, which I promise to terminate (!) as of this post (!).  --  J= im

James Loucks, Ph.D.
Ohio State University-Newark
1179 University Dr.
Newark, OH 43055-1797
[log in to unmask]
740.366.9423
fax 740.366.5047




From: T. S. Eliot Discussion foru= m. on behalf of Jacek Niecko
Sent: Thu 15-Sep-05 7:31 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: bowra's pastiche of tSE

Does anyone know why messages from James Loucks, Ph.D., alwa= ys carry an
exclamation mark--to suggest, I assume, that they are "priority" = and/or
"urgent"?

Jacek Niecko


Baaad, indeed.
We all gonna miss them exclamation marks, won't we.

What me worry,  Jacek.... ;-)

Cheers,


Gunnar --MS_Mac_OE_3209730978_1166120_MIME_Part-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 15:33:08 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Behind the gas house In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Rickard A. Parker wrote:
[log in to unmask]" type="cite">
Marcia Karp wrote:
What on earth is a "sybling"?

Oracle Lite or Deiphobe's Mini Me. ;-) ;-)



I love Mini Me.  Don't show him any disrespect when I'm around.

M.
========================================================================= Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 16:06:43 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Behind the gas house In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed At 03:33 PM 9/16/2005, you wrote: >Rickard A. Parker wrote: >> >>Marcia Karp wrote: >>>What on earth is a "sybling"? >> >>Oracle Lite or Deiphobe's Mini Me. ;-) ;-) >> >> >I love Mini Me. Don't show him any disrespect when I'm around. He wouldn't, as that would be a mini maul. !! O ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2005 19:33:07 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: [Fwd: Jane Austen Humour (OT only if you want something serious)] MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit -------- Original Message -------- Subject: Jane Austen Humour (OT only if you want something serious) Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2005 13:30:57 -0600 From: Noel Chevalier <[log in to unmask]> Reply-To: 18th Century Interdisciplinary Discussion <[log in to unmask]> To: [log in to unmask] A C18 day-brightener (how many of those do you come across?) In the Globe & Mail's Book section on Saturdays, there is a word-game challenge for readers to play. Each week is a different challenge. Last week's was to add one word to a movie title, and describe the new movie that results (eg "*From Russia With Love Handles*--Kirstie Alley as the new Bond Girl.") The Austen entry: *The Sixth Sense and Sensibility*-- tag line: "I see dead people--in corsets!" Cheers Noel. Dr Noel Chevalier Associate Professor of English Luther College, University of Regina Regina, SK (306) 585-4852 [log in to unmask] <> "The two most fascinating subjects are sex and the eighteenth century." --Brigid Brophy "Don't Never Forget" -:-:-:--:-:-:--:-:-:--:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:- To leave C18-L or adjust your subscription, click here: http://lists.psu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=C18-L&A=1 To search the C18-L Archives: http://lists.psu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?S1=C18-L Selected Readings, C18-L's online bibliography: http://www.personal.psu.edu/special/C18/sr/sr.htm The C18-L Home Page: http://www.personal.psu.edu/special/C18/C18-L.htm ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 04:43:33 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Jane Austen Humour MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Carrol Cox wrote: > > In the Globe & Mail's Book section on Saturdays, there is a word-game > challenge for readers to play. Each week is a different challenge. > Last week's was to add one word to a movie title, and describe the new > movie that results (eg "*From Russia With Love Handles*--Kirstie Alley > as the new Bond Girl.") Works with book titles too. This is what happens if you merge T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land with Robert Heinlein's Stranger in a Strange Land. A post by Rickard Parker to the T.S. Eliot maillist (October 17, 2000.) Stranger in a Strange Waste Land by T.S. Heinlein Valentine Michael Smith, born during, and the only survivor of, the first manned mission to Mars is raised by Martians. To Earth he came with no knowledge of Earth's cultures or religions but, through footnotes, we see him absorb all as no man, save one, has done before. Smith feels at home amongst the red rocks, the rocks, the parched landscape and more damn rocks. He soon finds, one after another, a cast of strange characters in need of love. Smith is the most important personage in the poem, uniting all the rest into a commune where Smith leads the group into a realization of love through sex and where they live under his four rules: give, sympathize, control, grok. Reviews: "The whole passage from Ovid is of great anthropological interest" (T.S. Eliot)[1] "a piece that passeth all understanding," (J. M. May)[2] "Datta, dayadhvam damyata. Shantih, shantih, shantih!" (Beldor, King of Mars) [1] Cf. T.S. Eliot, "The Waste Land," note to line 216 [2] Cf. J.M. May, quoted by Ian Johnston, http://www.mala.bc.ca/~johnstoi/introser/eliot.htm ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 08:09:00 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: T.S. Eliot letters and poems sold for $438,000 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Sep 20, 2005 - LONDON (Reuters) - A series of largely unpublished letters from T.S. Eliot and a first edition of The Waste Land poem inscribed by the author sold for nearly $438,000 at auction on Tuesday. The lots included sets of letters from Eliot to his godson Tom Faber and Tom's mother Enid. Tom Faber, who died in 2004, was Eliot's first godchild and the son of his friend and publisher Geoffrey Faber. A series of 50 typed letters sent to Tom were signed "Uncle Tom" and revealed a humorous side to the poet. In one letter he wrote "I should like to put you in touch with Mr Mandlebaum of New York, who is writing a thesis on the Dynamics of Audience-Response to the Cocktail Party. This is called Sociology and is an American disease." The sale included a first edition of Eliot's classic poem The Waste Land, inscribed by the poet, sold for 32,400 pounds. With the letters and other inscribed first editions the collections totaled 242,652 pounds. American-born Thomas Stearns Eliot spent much of his life in Britain as a poet, playwright and publisher with an austere reputation, based on his royalist, conservative, High Anglican church views. Born in St Louis, Missouri, in 1888, Eliot moved to London in 1914, where he worked as a teacher and a bank clerk. He died in 1965. Apart from his modernist poems, he published "Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats," a children's work on which Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit musical "Cats" is based. ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 05:37:34 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T.S. Eliot letters and poems sold for $438,000 In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit 'I should like to put you in touch with Mr Mandlebaum of New York, who is writing a thesis on the Dynamics of Audience-Response to the Cocktail Party. This is called Sociology and is an American disease.' 'Dynamics of Audience-Response', 'sociology', 'American Disease' ... :) Thank You Rick for the info. My day is brighter by the above quote :) --- "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Sep 20, 2005 - LONDON (Reuters) - A series of > largely unpublished > letters from T.S. Eliot and a first edition of The > Waste Land poem > inscribed by the author sold for nearly $438,000 at > auction on > Tuesday. > > The lots included sets of letters from Eliot to his > godson Tom Faber > and Tom's mother Enid. Tom Faber, who died in 2004, > was Eliot's first > godchild and the son of his friend and publisher > Geoffrey Faber. > > A series of 50 typed letters sent to Tom were signed > "Uncle Tom" and > revealed a humorous side to the poet. > > In one letter he wrote "I should like to put you in > touch with Mr > Mandlebaum of New York, who is writing a thesis on > the Dynamics of > Audience-Response to the Cocktail Party. This is > called Sociology and > is an American disease." > > The sale included a first edition of Eliot's classic > poem The Waste > Land, inscribed by the poet, sold for 32,400 pounds. > With the letters > and other inscribed first editions the collections > totaled 242,652 > pounds. > > American-born Thomas Stearns Eliot spent much of his > life in Britain > as a poet, playwright and publisher with an austere > reputation, based > on his royalist, conservative, High Anglican church > views. > > Born in St Louis, Missouri, in 1888, Eliot moved to > London in 1914, > where he worked as a teacher and a bank clerk. He > died in 1965. > > Apart from his modernist poems, he published "Old > Possum's Book of > Practical Cats," a children's work on which Andrew > Lloyd Webber's hit > musical "Cats" is based. > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 08:59:32 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Eliot's "London Letters" online MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit I've finally finished a project postponed many months ago. The text to Eliot's 1921-22 "London Letters" to "The Dial" have been placed online at my "Exploring" website. In keeping with the exploring theme I'm just going to point you to the "Exploring T.S. Eliot" url and let you explore from there. http://world.std.com/~raparker/exploring/tseliot/index.html Regards, Rick Parker ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 11:05:57 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jacek Niecko <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_000_000C_01C5BE9C.71677B70" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------=_NextPart_000_000C_01C5BE9C.71677B70 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable I suspect most listers will be glad to know (if they do not know = already) that the September 16 issue of The Times Literary Supplement = carries on pp. 14-15 an excellent parody, by the late Sir Maurice Bowra, = of some of Eliot's pompous poetry, made even funnier by the use = throughout of the homosexual cant of the era. A biography of Bowra in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (by = L.G. Mitchell) is also worth reading. Jacek Niecko Washington DC ----- Original Message -----=20 From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 8:59 AM Subject: Eliot's "London Letters" online > I've finally finished a project postponed many months ago. > The text to Eliot's 1921-22 "London Letters" to "The Dial" > have been placed online at my "Exploring" website. In keeping > with the exploring theme I'm just going to point you to the > "Exploring T.S. Eliot" url and let you explore from there. >=20 > http://world.std.com/~raparker/exploring/tseliot/index.html >=20 > Regards, > Rick Parker ------=_NextPart_000_000C_01C5BE9C.71677B70 Content-Type: text/html; charset="iso-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
I suspect most listers will be glad to = know (if=20 they do not know already) that the September 16 issue of The Times = Literary=20 Supplement carries on pp. 14-15 an excellent parody, by = the late=20 Sir Maurice Bowra, of some of Eliot's pompous poetry, made even funnier = by the=20 use throughout of the homosexual cant of the era.
 
A biography of Bowra in the Oxford = Dictionary=20 of National Biography (by L.G. Mitchell) is also worth=20 reading.
 
Jacek Niecko
Washington DC
----- Original Message ----- =
From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 = 8:59=20 AM
Subject: Eliot's "London Letters"=20 online

>=20 I've finally finished a project postponed many months ago.
> The = text to=20 Eliot's 1921-22 "London Letters" to "The Dial"
> have been placed = online=20 at my "Exploring" website.  In keeping
> with the exploring = theme I'm=20 just going to point you to the
> "Exploring T.S. Eliot" url and = let you=20 explore from there.
>
>
http://world.std.com/~raparker/exploring/tseliot/index.html
>
> Regards,
>    = Rick=20 Parker ------=_NextPart_000_000C_01C5BE9C.71677B70-- ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 18:09:26 +0100 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Tabitha Arnesen <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit I'm sorry I just don't see how rap can be classed as poetry. it is MUSIC. people have always listened to bad music. it does not, to me at least, point to a new form of poetry, although I acknowledge that this is just my opinion. Beat poetry is an entirely different thing. Tabitha --- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:42:08 -0400 > From: Eric <[log in to unmask]> > Subject: Poetry at the End of Print Culture > > Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it > useful. Gioia has helped > a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The > writer does miss the > retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop and > slam, but gets much > else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" > of the language. The > logos lives. > Enjoy. > Eric > > > No virus found in this outgoing message. > Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. > Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - > Release Date: 9/15/2005 > ___________________________________________________________ To help you stay safe and secure online, we've developed the all new Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 14:34:44 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline I sympathize with your concern for quality, but I think one can have more than one category. I distinguish between poetry and pseudo-poetry, and between good and bad poetry. The Medieval ballads were also all music, as was much of the poetry in Greek plays. I don't see why that is an exclusive category. But I agree that rap is not a new form of poetry. I think it is a new kind of poetry in a long oral tradition. Consider Linton Quasi Johnson or Benjamin Zephaniah. This British style is also music as well as poetry. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/21/05 1:09 PM >>> I'm sorry I just don't see how rap can be classed as poetry. it is MUSIC. people have always listened to bad music. it does not, to me at least, point to a new form of poetry, although I acknowledge that this is just my opinion. Beat poetry is an entirely different thing. Tabitha --- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:42:08 -0400 > From: Eric <[log in to unmask]> > Subject: Poetry at the End of Print Culture > > Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it > useful. Gioia has helped > a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The > writer does miss the > retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop and > slam, but gets much > else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" > of the language. The > logos lives. > Enjoy. > Eric > > > No virus found in this outgoing message. > Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. > Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - > Release Date: 9/15/2005 > ___________________________________________________________ To help you stay safe and secure online, we've developed the all new Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 12:36:07 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jennifer Formichelli <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Dear Nancy, Not to sound flippant, but I wonder on what criteria you distinguish between what you call psuedo-poetry and bad poetry; and what then is your distinction between poetry on the one hand (as opposed to pseudo) and good poetry on the other (as opposed to bad) based on ? And is poetry | psuedo-poetry | good poetry|bad poetry your only set of distinctions? Eliot distinguished between poetry, prose and verse; sensibly tripartite, I think, and intelligently seizing on a valid (but not necessarily easy to enunciate or illustrate) distinction between poetry and verse. On the other hand, he also wrote that the worst poetry, to him, is that in which poet does not know what he wants to say, and doesn't know that he doesn't know what he wants to say (he said it better than that). He elaborates on this in UPUC and in some of the essays in OPP. As for rap, I did not read the linked article, so these remarks are off the cuff, but much of what I have heard (very little, thankfully) is brutish, vulgar, degrading, simplistic, impoverished and violent; in short, neither music nor poetry. I have yet to see anyone who can substantiate their critical remarks about rap with quotation, elucidation and comparison attempt to raise it to the level of art. Yours, Jennifer --- Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I sympathize with your concern for quality, but I > think one can have > more than one category. I distinguish between > poetry and pseudo-poetry, > and between good and bad poetry. The Medieval > ballads were also all > music, as was much of the poetry in Greek plays. I > don't see why that > is an exclusive category. > > But I agree that rap is not a new form of poetry. I > think it is a new > kind of poetry in a long oral tradition. Consider > Linton Quasi Johnson > or Benjamin Zephaniah. This British style is also > music as well as > poetry. > Nancy > > >>> [log in to unmask] 09/21/05 1:09 PM >>> > I'm sorry I just don't see how rap can be classed as > poetry. it is MUSIC. people have always listened > to > bad music. it does not, to me at least, point to a > new form of poetry, although I acknowledge that this > is just my opinion. > > Beat poetry is an entirely different thing. > > Tabitha > > --- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > > > > Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:42:08 -0400 > > From: Eric <[log in to unmask]> > > Subject: Poetry at the End of Print Culture > > > > Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it > > useful. Gioia has helped > > a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The > > writer does miss the > > retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop > and > > slam, but gets much > > else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" > > of the language. The > > logos lives. > > Enjoy. > > Eric > > > > > No virus found in this outgoing message. > > Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. > > Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - > > Release Date: 9/15/2005 > > > > > > ___________________________________________________________ > > To help you stay safe and secure online, we've > developed the all new > Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com > > ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 17:32:41 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <000f01c5bebd$f956f850$2f01a8c0@DJXXBM51> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed At 11:05 AM 9/21/2005, Jacek Niecko wrote: >I suspect most listers will be glad to know (if they do not know already) >that the September 16 issue of The Times Literary Supplement carries on >pp. 14-15 an excellent parody, by the late Sir Maurice Bowra, of some of >Eliot's pompous poetry, Disappointing I thought, more like monotonous monody than parody. There was one line it I liked: "Prey on us now and in the hour of our debt." But that may just be a reflection of my pecuniary sympathies. A few years ago, maybe thirty or so, I tried to write not so much a parody as an alternate version of Prufrock. I got one section almost where I wanted it and gave up. What seems so familiar and is "early Eliot," after all, is not, however, easy to do a good parody of. Bowra's one dimensional lines are testimony to that. Ken A. ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 17:19:54 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Jennifer Formichelli wrote: > > > I have yet to see anyone who can substantiate their > critical remarks about rap with quotation, elucidation > and comparison attempt to raise it to the level of > art. I have yet to see anyone who can substantiate their critical remarks about XXX with elucidation and comparison attempt to raise it to the level of art _or_ lower it from the level of art. I would, first of all, challenge the ooherence of the concept of "LEVEL OF art." Would that concept have been meaningful to anyone before the 19th century. "Art" -- whatever has been the object of human craftsmanship. That is, in what way is "art" at a height to which it has had to be raised? My question is incoherent, because the concept is incoherent. Or to put it another way, "level of art" makes sense only so long as no one in the conversation asks, "What does it mean?" Now I myself know nothing of rap -- it appeared on the scen after my hearing had already degenerated to the point where I could no longer follow it, and even close captioning on the TV screen is not of much help. But a rather large number of intelligent persons, acquainted with a rather extensive variety of vergal & musical practices have responed to and written about rap. I know of no other criterion than that for designating a practice as "seirous art." Art is serious whenever serious people treat it as such. What makes a person serious. Other serious people treat him/her as serious. ----- A certain great thinker, shortly before his death, was interviewed in the garden of his Kensington home by a New York reporter. At the end of the interview, the reporter thought for a moment and then asked: What is? After a pause so long the reporter thought the Old Man had fallen asleep, came the words: Struggle. ----- It works in various ways. You say rap is not "art." I say, serious people treat it as such, though I know nothing about it, but there are a spinnkling of people around who have heard Cox speak/write on various occasions and are apt to at least marginally be more 'alert' to praise of rap than they otherwise would be. (This can be explained in neurological as well as social terms.) Had I not browsed through an article in _Critical Inquiry_ on rap 5 or 10 years ago, I would probably not have followed so closely a discussion of rap on the psn list a year or so ago. And only because of these experiences (and a few others) have I picked up on this topic in the present instance. And whether this post makes a lot of sense to anyone on the list or not, it will sensitize their neuronal connections to the next reference to rap that they come across. Another metaphor for this is frequent light rain on a high sandy hill over a period of years. Most drops will run a few inches or a few feet and be absorbed. But if several drops ran down the same path, they will have left a slight marking in the sand, and if another rainfall occurs before wind wipes out the trace, drops will run down it a bit quicker and a bit further before they sink into the sand. Over scores or even hundreds of years gradually a deep gully will develop, and each rainfall will flow into that gully and onto the plains below. Some social change (as in intellectuals' view of rap) operate like that. Perhaps in a few decades only antiquarians will know what rap is. Perhaps also there will be an endowed chair at Harvard for the study of rap. "Art" as you use the term is not a thing or a quality; it is a social relationship of immense complexity. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 19:06:06 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jacek Niecko <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset=iso-8859-1; reply-type=response Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John Sparrow, F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be taken in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, of which Eliot himself was the chief engineer, in the same way in which some mediocre poets have been in recent years using the still-not-quite-extinct prestige of the Library of Congress to push themselves on the media and the so-called public. Jacek Niecko Washington DC ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ken Armstrong" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 5:32 PM Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem > At 11:05 AM 9/21/2005, Jacek Niecko wrote: > >>I suspect most listers will be glad to know (if they do not know already) >>that the September 16 issue of The Times Literary Supplement carries on >>pp. 14-15 an excellent parody, by the late Sir Maurice Bowra, of some of >>Eliot's pompous poetry, > > Disappointing I thought, more like monotonous monody than parody. There > was one line it I liked: "Prey on us now and in the hour of our debt." But > that may just be a reflection of my pecuniary sympathies. > > A few years ago, maybe thirty or so, I tried to write not so much a > parody as an alternate version of Prufrock. I got one section almost where > I wanted it and gave up. What seems so familiar and is "early Eliot," > after all, is not, however, easy to do a good parody of. Bowra's one > dimensional lines are testimony to that. > > Ken A. > > ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 19:32:12 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Dear Jennifer, Good questions. I very carefully said "I distinguish" because I was not dealing in fact or a tradition of critical analysis. So this is simply my own perspective. There may be many kinds of pseudo-poetry, but I include mainly rhymed platitudes--the sort of hallmark card or newspaper verse that says obvious things with rhyming endings, often forced. You may say this is "verse," but many people think of it as poetry, and I do not think Eliot's definitions any more use than any others'. I cannot imagine, say, Emily Dickinson saying they "make the top of my head come off" or Marianne Moore calling them "imaginary gardens with real toads" in them. So now that you have pushed me to be more precise, I think my point is that "poetry" is more than simply a formal construct--even if it is found poetry or even if it is extremely formally organized like, say, "Epithalamion." It think there does have to be a real toad, though that won't be enough in itself. As for rap, I frankly cannot stand it, and I cannot offer an example of it that IS in my "poetry" category, but I do not think the form in itself precludes poetry. One could see it as a contemporary extension of ballads or oral formulaic recitations. On the other hand, I do like Quasi-Johnson and Zephaniah, and I think it is partly the fusion of the words and the music. But Child ballads do that. So regardless of my liking or not liking, music does not either make or preclude poetry. And then there is Burns. As for content, there is a great deal that is brutish and violent and degrading and vulgar in Chaucer, Shakespeare, Dostoevski, the Bible. I don't think those categories preclude poetry either. And opera at its most passionate and glorious often is full of such things. Tosca? Carmen? Cheers, Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/21/05 3:36 PM >>> Dear Nancy, Not to sound flippant, but I wonder on what criteria you distinguish between what you call psuedo-poetry and bad poetry; and what then is your distinction between poetry on the one hand (as opposed to pseudo) and good poetry on the other (as opposed to bad) based on ? And is poetry | psuedo-poetry | good poetry|bad poetry your only set of distinctions? Eliot distinguished between poetry, prose and verse; sensibly tripartite, I think, and intelligently seizing on a valid (but not necessarily easy to enunciate or illustrate) distinction between poetry and verse. On the other hand, he also wrote that the worst poetry, to him, is that in which poet does not know what he wants to say, and doesn't know that he doesn't know what he wants to say (he said it better than that). He elaborates on this in UPUC and in some of the essays in OPP. As for rap, I did not read the linked article, so these remarks are off the cuff, but much of what I have heard (very little, thankfully) is brutish, vulgar, degrading, simplistic, impoverished and violent; in short, neither music nor poetry. I have yet to see anyone who can substantiate their critical remarks about rap with quotation, elucidation and comparison attempt to raise it to the level of art. Yours, Jennifer --- Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I sympathize with your concern for quality, but I > think one can have > more than one category. I distinguish between > poetry and pseudo-poetry, > and between good and bad poetry. The Medieval > ballads were also all > music, as was much of the poetry in Greek plays. I > don't see why that > is an exclusive category. > > But I agree that rap is not a new form of poetry. I > think it is a new > kind of poetry in a long oral tradition. Consider > Linton Quasi Johnson > or Benjamin Zephaniah. This British style is also > music as well as > poetry. > Nancy > > >>> [log in to unmask] 09/21/05 1:09 PM >>> > I'm sorry I just don't see how rap can be classed as > poetry. it is MUSIC. people have always listened > to > bad music. it does not, to me at least, point to a > new form of poetry, although I acknowledge that this > is just my opinion. > > Beat poetry is an entirely different thing. > > Tabitha > > --- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > > > > Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:42:08 -0400 > > From: Eric <[log in to unmask]> > > Subject: Poetry at the End of Print Culture > > > > Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it > > useful. Gioia has helped > > a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The > > writer does miss the > > retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop > and > > slam, but gets much > > else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" > > of the language. The > > logos lives. > > Enjoy. > > Eric > > > > > No virus found in this outgoing message. > > Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. > > Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - > > Release Date: 9/15/2005 > > > > > > ___________________________________________________________ > > To help you stay safe and secure online, we've > developed the all new > Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com > > ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 21:08:07 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T.S. Eliot letters and poems sold for $438,000 MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Sorry, this should have been sent a month ago. It deals with the auction already mentioned and held but it does mention a bit about how Eliot responded to the death of Virginia Woolf and his his own wife. The story and an image of a sketch by Eliot is at: http://books.guardian.co.uk/news/articles/0,6109,1547501,00.html?gusrc=rss T.S. Eliot letters up for auction John Ezard Friday August 12, 2005 The Guardian Letters in which TS Eliot discloses himself as a man both haunted and magically tender-hearted are to be auctioned in London. In the most striking, the poet goes further than in almost anything he wrote in betraying the torment he felt over his marriage to his first wife, Vivien, whom he had committed to a mental hospital. The morning after hearing of her death in January 1947, he wrote to a friend: "You will not know how helpful it was to me to dine with you last night. I am going through an infernal passage which, like all infernos, is incommunicable, though perhaps some of it may be explainable at a late time, and any support from the few friends upon whom one can lean is a great help". Yesterday the auction house Bonhams called the letter remarkable: "For a man who wore many masks during his lifetime, this correspondence reveals aspects of his character previously hidden." The letter, to be sold on September 10, was to Enid Faber, wife of Eliot's publishing colleague, Geoffrey Faber. Other letters show that she comforted him by being one of the few to attend Vivien's lonely funeral - and that he countermanded Vivien's intention that Geoffrey Faber should be appointed an executive to her will. After he died in 1965, Eliot was increasingly blamed for causing, or contributing to, Vivien's mental instability - a theme of the play and film, Tom and Viv, written by Michael Hastings, and of a number of critical studies. At the time they married, in 1917, she had been acknowledged as a woman of high talent, believed to have contributed to The Waste Land, and to others of his poems. They separated, though she pressed continually for a reconciliation until, in 1938, she was committed. Other letters from their relationship have yet to be published. Of Virginia Woolf's death in 1941, Eliot wrote to Enid: "She was a personal friend who seemed to be ... like a member of my own family; and I miss her dreadfully. But ... my admiration for the idea of her milieu - now rather old fashioned - is decidedly qualified." However, according to Felix Pryor, Bonhams' manuscript consultant, beside this dig at the novelist others of the letters are "tremendous fun". For the third birthday of Enid's son, Tom, to whom Eliot was godfather, he introduced his cat verses by writing of one feline: "Its Name is JELLYORUM and its one Idea is to be Usefull!! For Instance It Straightens The Pictures - It Does The Grates - Looks Into the Larder To See What's Needed." Then he sent an invitation to Tom's fourth birthday party: "Pollicle Dogs and Jellicle Cats!/Come from your Kennels & Houses & Flats ... " This later inspired a chorus in the hit musical Cats. "Rickard A. Parker" wrote: > > Sep 20, 2005 - LONDON (Reuters) - A series of largely unpublished > letters from T.S. Eliot and a first edition of The Waste Land poem > inscribed by the author sold for nearly $438,000 at auction on > Tuesday. > > The lots included sets of letters from Eliot to his godson Tom Faber > and Tom's mother Enid. Tom Faber, who died in 2004, was Eliot's first > godchild and the son of his friend and publisher Geoffrey Faber. > > A series of 50 typed letters sent to Tom were signed "Uncle Tom" and > revealed a humorous side to the poet. > > In one letter he wrote "I should like to put you in touch with Mr > Mandlebaum of New York, who is writing a thesis on the Dynamics of > Audience-Response to the Cocktail Party. This is called Sociology and > is an American disease." > > The sale included a first edition of Eliot's classic poem The Waste > Land, inscribed by the poet, sold for 32,400 pounds. With the letters > and other inscribed first editions the collections totaled 242,652 > pounds. > > American-born Thomas Stearns Eliot spent much of his life in Britain > as a poet, playwright and publisher with an austere reputation, based > on his royalist, conservative, High Anglican church views. > > Born in St Louis, Missouri, in 1888, Eliot moved to London in 1914, > where he worked as a teacher and a bank clerk. He died in 1965. > > Apart from his modernist poems, he published "Old Possum's Book of > Practical Cats," a children's work on which Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit > musical "Cats" is based. ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 21:55:37 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: George Carless <[log in to unmask]> Organization: (antichri.st) Subject: [OT] Rap - was Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Disposition: inline Nancy wrote: > As for rap, I frankly cannot stand it, and I cannot offer an example of > it that IS in my "poetry" category, but I do not think the form in > itself precludes poetry. One could see it as a contemporary extension > of ballads or oral formulaic recitations. I'm quite glad to see people generally avoiding the "rap is awful and cannot be considered poetry" stance. There is no doubt that there is a lot that is awful in rap/hip-hop, but as soon as we call the likes of Dylan, or Cohen, poets--such people who write words which are set to music--then we cannot fairly dismiss all "rap" as unpoetic. If we do so, what we're saying is that there is something intrinsic in rap music that means it cannot be considered poetry. I imagine that most people who do rail against rap music have heard very little of it, and very little that is good; but for those people to say "rap music is terrible and cannot be considered poetry" is akin to saying that poetry is all terrible, on the strength of having read a selection of high school poetry. (As an aside: http://scribble.com/dghq/gothlyric/ is a lot of fun, for kicks.) I'm not a big hip hop fan either, generally; I'm not a big fan of the music, and most of the words I've heard haven't been all that brilliant. But if you do get the chance to see a certain Sage Francis perform, I highly recommend it; or if you would like to experience a peculiarly compelling slice of the utterly mundane, try 'The Streets' (who will very quickly challenge your perceptions of what "rap" is). Strip it of the music and of the scary black people, and which is the more poetic?: "I played connect the dots with your beauty marks And I ended up with picture perfect sheet music I read your musical notes with a composer's eyes And heard our song for the first time. My spine is still tingling, mental images of your fine tune is what I've been nodding my head to lately Every now and then you can catch me humming your nudity under my heavy breath" .. "Come writers and critics Who prophesize with your pen And keep your eyes wide The chance won't come again And don't speak too soon For the wheel's still in spin And there's no tellin' who That it's namin'. For the loser now Will be later to win For the times they are a-changin'" - heck, at the end of the day most lyrics don't make for very good poems. But to suggest that the line can be drawn by something so neat as a genre just seems a little silly. --George ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 22:22:54 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed In fact Eliot's influence on the poetry of the whole century is a testimony to his power. So much of the poetry of the century was considered weak because of its inevitable imitation of his versification. His work just got under the skin of the whole English speaking poetic creation. Cheers, Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > At 11:05 AM 9/21/2005, Jacek Niecko wrote: > >> I suspect most listers will be glad to know (if they do not know >> already) that the September 16 issue of The Times Literary Supplement >> carries on pp. 14-15 an excellent parody, by the late Sir Maurice >> Bowra, of some of Eliot's pompous poetry, > > > Disappointing I thought, more like monotonous monody than parody. > There was one line it I liked: "Prey on us now and in the hour of our > debt." But that may just be a reflection of my pecuniary sympathies. > > A few years ago, maybe thirty or so, I tried to write not so much a > parody as an alternate version of Prufrock. I got one section almost > where I wanted it and gave up. What seems so familiar and is "early > Eliot," after all, is not, however, easy to do a good parody of. > Bowra's one dimensional lines are testimony to that. > > Ken A. > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.2/105 - Release Date: 9/19/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 22:24:52 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T.S. Eliot letters and poems sold for $438,000 In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Rickard A. Parker quoted: >"... In one letter [ELIOT] wrote "I should like to put you in touch with Mr >Mandlebaum of New York, who is writing a thesis on the Dynamics of >Audience-Response to the Cocktail Party. This is called Sociology and >is an American disease." > Now there's a comment that tickles my fancy. Cheers, Peter -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.2/105 - Release Date: 9/19/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 22:29:57 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed "I've gotta use words when I speak to you, but if you understand or if you don't, that's nothing to me and nothing to you. we all gotta do what we gotta do." Or something like that. Rap is chant, and so is somethimes is poetry. The literary ivory tower, like other towers struck from above, is going the way of the falling tower of the Tarot deck. Cheers, Peter Tabitha Arnesen wrote: >I'm sorry I just don't see how rap can be classed as >poetry. it is MUSIC. people have always listened to >bad music. it does not, to me at least, point to a >new form of poetry, although I acknowledge that this >is just my opinion. > >Beat poetry is an entirely different thing. > >Tabitha > >--- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > >>>Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:42:08 -0400 >>> >>> >>From: Eric <[log in to unmask]> >>Subject: Poetry at the End of Print Culture >> >>Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it >>useful. Gioia has helped >>a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The >>writer does miss the >>retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop and >>slam, but gets much >>else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" >>of the language. The >>logos lives. >>Enjoy. >>Eric >> >> >> >>>No virus found in this outgoing message. >>> >>> >>Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >>Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - >>Release Date: 9/15/2005 >> >> >> > > > >___________________________________________________________ >To help you stay safe and secure online, we've developed the all new Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.2/105 - Release Date: 9/19/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 22:34:33 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Jennifer Formichelli wrote: >As for rap, I did not read the linked article, so >these remarks are off the cuff, but much of what I >have heard (very little, thankfully) is brutish, >vulgar, degrading, simplistic, impoverished and >violent; in short, neither music nor poetry. > > "Every man has to, needs to wants to, once in a life time, do a girl in. Well he kept her there in the bath, With a gallon of lysol in the bath" I certainly agree with you about all the inordinate, and arbitrary classicfication. Cheers, Peter -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.2/105 - Release Date: 9/19/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 12:22:08 +0100 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Tabitha Arnesen <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: [OT] Rap - was Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit OK, agree that classifying all rap/any genre as bad is wrong, but that is more or less exactly what that article was doing in reverse, and as I was suffering from a slight lack of sleep at the time, it irritated me more than it usually would. I do like The Streets actually. I don't think anyone would call them exactly rap tho. The main dude from it, Mike Skinner (I think), if its the same band, is taking part in a an ad campaign for some sports brand. On the posters it has a quote from him saying something like... "I've never quite felt like part of any scene, so I created my own...its much better to be yourself than a poor copy of someone else" Which I think is pretty cool. Someone else said something about serious people talking seriously about rap...lets forget the word rap and just think 'example X of popular culture'. Often when I read serious articles about example X, it seems as if the person writing it has no idea of what X actually is, and is writing it in order to sound cool and multi-cultural. This always makes me think of that great quote by Mr. Z. Beeblebrox, which goes something like this, "These guys are so unhip it's a wonder that their bums don't fall off" Tabitha --- George Carless <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Nancy wrote: > > > As for rap, I frankly cannot stand it, and I > cannot offer an example of > > it that IS in my "poetry" category, but I do not > think the form in > > itself precludes poetry. One could see it as a > contemporary extension > > of ballads or oral formulaic recitations. > > I'm quite glad to see people generally avoiding the > "rap is awful and > cannot be considered poetry" stance. There is no > doubt that there is a > lot that is awful in rap/hip-hop, but as soon as we > call the likes of > Dylan, or Cohen, poets--such people who write words > which are set to > music--then we cannot fairly dismiss all "rap" as > unpoetic. If we do > so, what we're saying is that there is something > intrinsic in rap music > that means it cannot be considered poetry. > > I imagine that most people who do rail against rap > music have heard very > little of it, and very little that is good; but for > those people to say > "rap music is terrible and cannot be considered > poetry" is akin to > saying that poetry is all terrible, on the strength > of having read a > selection of high school poetry. (As an aside: > http://scribble.com/dghq/gothlyric/ is a lot of fun, > for kicks.) > > I'm not a big hip hop fan either, generally; I'm not > a big fan of the > music, and most of the words I've heard haven't been > all that brilliant. > But if you do get the chance to see a certain Sage > Francis perform, I > highly recommend it; or if you would like to > experience a peculiarly > compelling slice of the utterly mundane, try 'The > Streets' (who will > very quickly challenge your perceptions of what > "rap" is). > > Strip it of the music and of the scary black people, > and which is the > more poetic?: > > "I played connect the dots with your beauty marks > And I ended up with picture perfect sheet music > I read your musical notes with a composer's eyes > And heard our song for the first time. > My spine is still tingling, mental images of your > fine tune > is what I've been nodding my head to lately > Every now and then you can catch me humming > your nudity under my heavy breath" > > .. > > "Come writers and critics > Who prophesize with your pen > And keep your eyes wide > The chance won't come again > And don't speak too soon > For the wheel's still in spin > And there's no tellin' who > That it's namin'. > For the loser now > Will be later to win > For the times they are a-changin'" > > - heck, at the end of the day most lyrics don't make > for very good > poems. But to suggest that the line can be drawn by > something so neat > as a genre just seems a little silly. > > --George > ___________________________________________________________ To help you stay safe and secure online, we've developed the all new Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 09:52:47 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: TSE Society Meeting MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Some on the list are members of the Eliot Society. The annual meeting starts tomorrow. I hope those who are going will provide some sort of report, casual or pedantic. Jennifer is exempt, since she is presenting a paper and will probably be on the edge of confessing that she's spending her time remembering to breath. Good luck, Ms and Dr JLF. Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 10:37:49 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <000601c5bf01$0cc6b9f0$2f01a8c0@DJXXBM51> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John Sparrow, >F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be taken >in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself through all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of the "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to understand what was in front of them. Yrs., Ken A. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 11:31:56 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline It was never an ivory tower, and it remains a very diverse but also serious space for creativity. I don't agree with Jennifer's way of addressing rap, but this is far more mistaken in its simplistic dismissal of major work. Writers do not spend their lives struggling to "purify the dialect of the tribe" for nothing or just to produce casual easy hack work. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 1:29 AM >>> "I've gotta use words when I speak to you, but if you understand or if you don't, that's nothing to me and nothing to you. we all gotta do what we gotta do." Or something like that. Rap is chant, and so is somethimes is poetry. The literary ivory tower, like other towers struck from above, is going the way of the falling tower of the Tarot deck. Cheers, Peter Tabitha Arnesen wrote: >I'm sorry I just don't see how rap can be classed as >poetry. it is MUSIC. people have always listened to >bad music. it does not, to me at least, point to a >new form of poetry, although I acknowledge that this >is just my opinion. > >Beat poetry is an entirely different thing. > >Tabitha > >--- Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > >>>Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 16:42:08 -0400 >>> >>> >>From: Eric <[log in to unmask]> >>Subject: Poetry at the End of Print Culture >> >>Just got a copy of this. I think you'll find it >>useful. Gioia has helped >>a lot by providmg a lot of evidence and leads. The >>writer does miss the >>retrieval of recitativo secco in rap and hip-hop and >>slam, but gets much >>else. Down we go into the "foul rag and bone shop" >>of the language. The >>logos lives. >>Enjoy. >>Eric >> >> >> >>>No virus found in this outgoing message. >>> >>> >>Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >>Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.0/103 - >>Release Date: 9/15/2005 >> >> >> > > > >___________________________________________________________ >To help you stay safe and secure online, we've developed the all new Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.2/105 - Release Date: 9/19/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 11:39:19 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: [OT] Rap - was Re: Fwd: Poetry at the End of Print Culture Huson Review Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Dear Tabitha, Some day, I am sorry to tell you, saying "cool" or "unhip" will be very uncool and unhip--more like saying "old chap" or "square." It is very possible for very serious people to be very perceptive about X--any X. Or to paraphrase Beckett, "We were all young, once." And many of us remember vividly and can contextualize that. And being young and "cool" is not the only access to what is valuable. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 7:22 AM >>> OK, agree that classifying all rap/any genre as bad is wrong, but that is more or less exactly what that article was doing in reverse, and as I was suffering from a slight lack of sleep at the time, it irritated me more than it usually would. I do like The Streets actually. I don't think anyone would call them exactly rap tho. The main dude from it, Mike Skinner (I think), if its the same band, is taking part in a an ad campaign for some sports brand. On the posters it has a quote from him saying something like... "I've never quite felt like part of any scene, so I created my own...its much better to be yourself than a poor copy of someone else" Which I think is pretty cool. Someone else said something about serious people talking seriously about rap...lets forget the word rap and just think 'example X of popular culture'. Often when I read serious articles about example X, it seems as if the person writing it has no idea of what X actually is, and is writing it in order to sound cool and multi-cultural. This always makes me think of that great quote by Mr. Z. Beeblebrox, which goes something like this, "These guys are so unhip it's a wonder that their bums don't fall off" Tabitha --- George Carless <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Nancy wrote: > > > As for rap, I frankly cannot stand it, and I > cannot offer an example of > > it that IS in my "poetry" category, but I do not > think the form in > > itself precludes poetry. One could see it as a > contemporary extension > > of ballads or oral formulaic recitations. > > I'm quite glad to see people generally avoiding the > "rap is awful and > cannot be considered poetry" stance. There is no > doubt that there is a > lot that is awful in rap/hip-hop, but as soon as we > call the likes of > Dylan, or Cohen, poets--such people who write words > which are set to > music--then we cannot fairly dismiss all "rap" as > unpoetic. If we do > so, what we're saying is that there is something > intrinsic in rap music > that means it cannot be considered poetry. > > I imagine that most people who do rail against rap > music have heard very > little of it, and very little that is good; but for > those people to say > "rap music is terrible and cannot be considered > poetry" is akin to > saying that poetry is all terrible, on the strength > of having read a > selection of high school poetry. (As an aside: > http://scribble.com/dghq/gothlyric/ is a lot of fun, > for kicks.) > > I'm not a big hip hop fan either, generally; I'm not > a big fan of the > music, and most of the words I've heard haven't been > all that brilliant. > But if you do get the chance to see a certain Sage > Francis perform, I > highly recommend it; or if you would like to > experience a peculiarly > compelling slice of the utterly mundane, try 'The > Streets' (who will > very quickly challenge your perceptions of what > "rap" is). > > Strip it of the music and of the scary black people, > and which is the > more poetic?: > > "I played connect the dots with your beauty marks > And I ended up with picture perfect sheet music > I read your musical notes with a composer's eyes > And heard our song for the first time. > My spine is still tingling, mental images of your > fine tune > is what I've been nodding my head to lately > Every now and then you can catch me humming > your nudity under my heavy breath" > > .. > > "Come writers and critics > Who prophesize with your pen > And keep your eyes wide > The chance won't come again > And don't speak too soon > For the wheel's still in spin > And there's no tellin' who > That it's namin'. > For the loser now > Will be later to win > For the times they are a-changin'" > > - heck, at the end of the day most lyrics don't make > for very good > poems. But to suggest that the line can be drawn by > something so neat > as a genre just seems a little silly. > > --George > ___________________________________________________________ To help you stay safe and secure online, we've developed the all new Yahoo! Security Centre. http://uk.security.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 12:07:21 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's just there. Nancyu >>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John Sparrow, >F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be taken >in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself through all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of the "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to understand what was in front of them. Yrs., Ken A. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 12:14:46 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jacek Niecko <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset=iso-8859-1; reply-type=original Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit Thank you Nancy. You are both kind and generous. Jacek ----- Original Message ----- From: "Nancy Gish" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem >I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into > baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, > unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or > spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own > assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is > unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely > questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be > snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's > claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's > and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a > more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the > hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's > just there. > Nancyu > >>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> > At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >>At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John > Sparrow, >>F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be > taken >>in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, > > What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself > through > all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of > the > "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to > > understand what was in front of them. > > Yrs., > Ken A. ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 20:29:53 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: New Nursery Rhyme wins contest in England MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit The author, Angela Martin, 57, said her inspiration had come from a "desire to educate our children on the politics of the Iraq war in a light-hearted fashion". Baker Tony's Pizza Baker Tony baked a pizza very round and thin He said he added olives but he never put them in The stuff that he had grated and sprinkled on to please was only yellow sawdust although he called it cheese The rich tomato topping was nothing more than dye so Baker Tony's pizza made all the children cry By Angela Martin, aged 57 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 23:35:08 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: [Way off topic]:Re: New Nursery Rhyme wins contest in England In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Very cheesey if you ask me. P. Carrol Cox wrote: >The author, Angela Martin, 57, said her inspiration had come from a >"desire to educate our children on the politics of the Iraq war in a >light-hearted fashion". > >Baker Tony's Pizza > >Baker Tony baked a pizza >very round and thin >He said he added olives >but he never put them in >The stuff that he had grated >and sprinkled on to please >was only yellow sawdust >although he called it cheese >The rich tomato topping >was nothing more than dye >so Baker Tony's pizza >made all the children cry > >By Angela Martin, aged 57 > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 23:53:56 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed I remember a time from the late 50's up to about the mid-70s when Eliot was considered the high priest of poetry and poetics. His effect on people interested in mysticism was also very strong, but morality? Maybe in the Church of England, I really couldn't say. I know he was extremely involved in all the discussions going on, one way and another, and maybe his poetic aura rubbed off on his admirers engaging in the debate. He certainly had a lot to say on the subject, and illustrated much of his thinking through his plays, but neither his prose, nor his drama had hit status on the basis of morality. In fact only THE COCKTAIL PARTY had anything like hit status at all, being the only play ever to be popular on Broadway and Shaftesbury Ave at the same time, and that because of its entertainment value. If he was promoting himself as the high priest of morality, he certainly didn't achieve the status. I suppose the critical negativity is inevitable. As the great Mexican stand off between left and right in the US shows that, in some quarters, raising the subject of morality in public at all, is considered more revolting than letting go a good juicey fart. Cheers, Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: > >> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John >> Sparrow, F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused >> to be taken in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, > > > What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself > through all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single > recounting of the "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just > weren't bright enough to understand what was in front of them. > > Yrs., > Ken A. > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 12:50:44 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: morality and Eliot's effect Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline There is a very big difference between supporting morality and defining what that is. The differences between conservative and liberal in the US are NOT between those who care about morality and those who do not: thery are differences between two groups who care about morality and deeply disagree about how to be moral. Is it moral to discriminate against gay people? In Maine we will have a referendum this fall on whether to repeal a gay rights law. Conservatives want to repeal. Liberals want to retain the gay rights law. Does this mean one group cares about morality and the other does not? This reiteration of assumptions about the "moral" obscures any serious discussion. Eliot has been both condemned and defended on this list for his words and images about Jews. That is a moral issue that continues to distress many because, as Julius argued, Eliot was engaged in a form of representation that defined. Julius's argument was nothing so simple and silly as that Eliot personally hated or said mean things to Jews--and whether he did or not is not what anyone is really arguing about. So too with gay rights--it is not about whether one affirms or condemns homosexuality; it is about civil rights. No one claims that domestic abusers should lose their civil rights, though that would at least make more sense. Many things are bad or wrong that are not assumed to disqualify you from rights--not even being persistently revolting and crude in language. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/23/05 2:53 AM >>> I remember a time from the late 50's up to about the mid-70s when Eliot was considered the high priest of poetry and poetics. His effect on people interested in mysticism was also very strong, but morality? Maybe in the Church of England, I really couldn't say. I know he was extremely involved in all the discussions going on, one way and another, and maybe his poetic aura rubbed off on his admirers engaging in the debate. He certainly had a lot to say on the subject, and illustrated much of his thinking through his plays, but neither his prose, nor his drama had hit status on the basis of morality. In fact only THE COCKTAIL PARTY had anything like hit status at all, being the only play ever to be popular on Broadway and Shaftesbury Ave at the same time, and that because of its entertainment value. If he was promoting himself as the high priest of morality, he certainly didn't achieve the status. I suppose the critical negativity is inevitable. As the great Mexican stand off between left and right in the US shows that, in some quarters, raising the subject of morality in public at all, is considered more revolting than letting go a good juicey fart. Cheers, Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: > >> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John >> Sparrow, F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused >> to be taken in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, > > > What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself > through all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single > recounting of the "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just > weren't bright enough to understand what was in front of them. > > Yrs., > Ken A. > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 22:32:20 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Nancy, I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok, now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely, you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here? Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination. That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently have no purchase on. Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021. One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more accurately described as compromised. As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express it. Ken A. --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into > baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, > unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or > spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own > assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is > unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely > questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be > snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's > claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's > and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a > more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the > hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's > just there. > Nancyu > >>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> > At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John > Sparrow, >> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be > taken >> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, > > What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself > through > all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of > the > "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to > > understand what was in front of them. > > Yrs., > Ken A. ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 11:27:38 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Dear Ken, When words like "address. . . at a level he might comprehend," "trampled," "foolishly," "mundanely" "predictable," "howling" "complexify," [there is a verb: it's "complicate"], "in error," "a reflection on you," "you don't seem to understand," "brandished," and "casting aspersions" are set in opposition to "absolute"--to which you claim access, there is no room for discussion. I do not need to "insert myself": I'm on the list, as are you, and it is an open forum. I think you claimed an opportunity; I don't recall offering it. Cheers, Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:32 PM >>> Nancy, I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok, now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely, you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here? Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination. That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently have no purchase on. Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021. One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more accurately described as compromised. As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express it. Ken A. --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into > baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, > unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or > spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own > assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is > unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely > questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be > snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's > claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's > and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a > more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the > hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's > just there. > Nancyu > >>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> > At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John > Sparrow, >> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be > taken >> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, > > What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself > through > all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of > the > "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to > > understand what was in front of them. > > Yrs., > Ken A. ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 16:19:40 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Marcia, I believe Jennifer and I were the only listers (that we're aware of) who were at the meeting. Looking back over what I just wrote below, I guess mine is a more casual report. Some highlights: GENERAL *As far as I know, a record number of papers and presentation for the society in one weekend (17, if I count correctly). *There were a large number of new members this year, or people who had never been to the society meeting before, including speakers from South Korea, Russia, Spain, and France. *The society tried out the peer seminar again. I was on it two years ago when they tried it the first time, and this go around, they decided to make it a closed forum. So the only attendees were those on the seminar. The topic: Eliot and Cultural Conflict. I spoke to someone on the seminar and he told me that since paper topics were so vastly different than one another, the seminar was simply getting one another acquainted with different Eliot-culture connections. PAPERS *The poems of the year were evidently "Ash-Wednesday" and "Portrait of a Lady." Both turned up in several papers. *Two papers discussed Eliot's debt to the Victorians Tennyson & Browning. The Browning one was quite interesting, I thought, especially in its connection between "dramatic monologue" (not Browning's term) and Eliot's early poetry. *Frances Dickey discussed an obscure Eliot sonnet on a Manet portrait as well as the parrot references in the early poetry. *Roger Craik, first-time presenter at the society, had us in stitches during his very brief paper on "Portrait of a Lady" in which he proposed Artur Rubinstein as "the Pole" and then dismissed his proposal. *Jennifer's paper was of course quite good, on confession scene contexts in three of Eliot's epigraphs. There was some spirited q&a afterward. *Robert Crawford (U of St Andrews) was the keynote speaker, and gave the finest keynote presentation that I've heard at the society (over the last 4 years). It was entitled "More Distant than Stars and Nearer than the Eye" and discussed "Marina" and Eliot's regrets on not having children. Beautiful stuff. *Ian Probstein (read: Prufrock) engaged Bakhtin's dialogic and use Eliot as a case to disprove B's notion that poetry is monologic. *Leon Surette gave an excellent paper, one of the better in the conference, on Russell's inadvertent contribution to Eliot's conversion through his essay "The Free Man's Worship." SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS *David Huisman (Grand Valley State) gave a special presentation following Saturday's lunch of several of the musical settings of Eliot's work. *Craig Benjamin, composer, and several music students and faculty from Grand Valley State U performed 3 scenes from Benjamin's "The Waste Land: A Musical Drama." Benjamin was given a grant many years ago to write the work for the Australian Arts Commission and this was the world premiere of these sections. They were remarkable and quite good. A standing ovation lasted several minutes afterward. I'm sure there's much more to mention, which Jennifer can take up. The rest of my memories are personal, and probably wouldn't interest the list. Hope to see more of you there next year! Oh, and by the way, if it will encourage any of you to come, there is the possibility that the society will be meeting in Paris a couple years from now. Best wishes, Will --- Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Some on the list are members of the Eliot Society. > The annual meeting > starts tomorrow. I hope those who are going will > provide some sort of > report, casual or pedantic. Jennifer is exempt, > since she is presenting > a paper and will probably be on the edge of > confessing that she's > spending her time remembering to breath. Good luck, > Ms and Dr JLF. > > Marcia > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 20:04:47 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Thanks, Will. It is really nice of you to give such a detailed report. I'm sorry to have missed the conference. Thanks, too, for the Pope message a while back. I have no reply but gratitude for your pointing out connections. I'm not yet sure how much of "The Rape of the Lock" I find in TWL. The tones are so different that I'll have to spend more time thinking this through. Best, Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 19:56:43 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Marcia Karp wrote: > > I'm not yet sure how much > of "The Rape of the Lock" I find in TWL. The tones are so different > that I'll have to spend more time thinking this through. I have similar difficulty in seeing such a resemblance, mostly not wholly because of the difference of tone. Perhaps the Ethic Epistles or Book II of the Dunciad offer more parallels. There is more similarity of tone there to the portraits in TWL. Pope was concerned with the pollution of the public mind*; Eliot in TWL seems to assume that the public mind is either non-existent or by its nature corrupt, as Tennyson in the Idylls could see public events _only_ in terms of private or individual morality. That is all off my fingertips, & may not even suggest anything. I was just getting into a study of Dunciad II back in 1965 when LBJ's invasion of the Dominican Republic sent my time, thought, & energyies down quite different paths and I never got back to it. Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 19:16:26 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Dear Ms.Marcia, If this info could be any help to you, I remember Leavis making a passing reference of an apparent similarity of Eliot and Pope (I think in 'Revaluation' and the poem he found similarity was with 'Prufrock'). - vishvesh --- Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Marcia Karp wrote: > > > > I'm not yet sure how much > > of "The Rape of the Lock" I find in TWL. The > tones are so different > > that I'll have to spend more time thinking this > through. > > I have similar difficulty in seeing such a > resemblance, mostly not > wholly because of the difference of tone. Perhaps > the Ethic Epistles or > Book II of the Dunciad offer more parallels. There > is more similarity of > tone there to the portraits in TWL. > > Pope was concerned with the pollution of the public > mind*; Eliot in TWL > seems to assume that the public mind is either > non-existent or by its > nature corrupt, as Tennyson in the Idylls could see > public events _only_ > in terms of private or individual morality. > > That is all off my fingertips, & may not even > suggest anything. I was > just getting into a study of Dunciad II back in 1965 > when LBJ's invasion > of the Dominican Republic sent my time, thought, & > energyies down quite > different paths and I never got back to it. > > Carrol > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 19:33:19 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Attn: Moderator or PostMaster (Was :"T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]>) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit I was surprised to see this mail, for I didn't receive Ken's interesting mail that preceded it. I still have issues with my mails bouncing. The previous mail that I sent which had a note of Eliot and Pope bounced twice before it passed through. Could this be fixed? THank You. - vishvesh --- Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Dear Ken, > When words like "address. . . at a level he might > comprehend," > "trampled," "foolishly," "mundanely" "predictable," > "howling" > "complexify," [there is a verb: it's "complicate"], > "in error," "a > reflection on you," "you don't seem to understand," > "brandished," and > "casting aspersions" are set in opposition to > "absolute"--to which you > claim access, there is no room for discussion. > > I do not need to "insert myself": I'm on the list, > as are you, and it > is an open forum. > > I think you claimed an opportunity; I don't recall > offering it. > Cheers, > Nancy > > >>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:32 PM >>> > Nancy, > > I was trying only to be accurate and to address > Jacek at a level he > might > comprehend, judging from the level at which he > posts. And I would never > be > snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to > insert yourself into > this > as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok, now > I'll address you)it > > would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is to be > trampled upon, and > in > this case rather foolishly and mundanely, you are > quick to defend the > tramplers. It has long been, in its frequency, > pitch, and content, > predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek was howling > about how you had to > hold > forth on every opinion opined on the list. Now he > thinks you are so > kind. > See the dynamics here? > > Shall I point out that it makes no difference how > many critics wish to > complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each > other in this > enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? > Communal and > fashionable > error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of > separating what Eliot knew > > from what he did, and, incredibly, casting > aspersions on his > spirituality, > doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination. That > you and however > many > of your fellow critics pursue that line is really > more a reflection on > you > and them than on Eliot. It is belied utterly by the > poetry, a truth > those > 80's and 90's critics apparently have no purchase > on. > > Your belief in progress, and group progress at > that, is in a way > admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no > matter how many new > "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever > many new (as in > recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry > poetry remains > untouched. > This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and > someone who comprehended > it > in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the > latest "theory" and its > > numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any other > time, or by some > letters > finally published in 2021. > > One's complexified view, when it does not grasp > this fundamental truth, > is > distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is > more accurately > described as compromised. > > As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that > you probably won't > accept any of this. And why should you? It's not > what you see yourself > invested in. But thank you for giving me the > opportunity to express it. > > Ken A. > > --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 > Nancy Gish > <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is > not at all into > > baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every > book on him) that, > > unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a > figure of moral or > > spiritual or cultural authority largely on the > basis of his own > > assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. > The knowledge is > > unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are > extremely > > questionable, as witness the constant questions. > It is pointless to > be > > snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction > against Eliot's > > claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this > point (and > Cassandra's > > and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in > process that seeks a > > more complex understanding. But it is not at all > going back to the > > hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great > deal of writing. It's > > just there. > > Nancyu > > > >>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> > > At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: > >> At least one can say in Bowra's favor > that--together with John > > Sparrow, > >> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David > Daiches--he refused to be > > taken > >> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR > machine, > > > > What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still > haven't pushed myself > > through > > all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one > single recounting of > > the > > "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just > weren't bright enough to > > > > understand what was in front of them. > > > > Yrs., > > Ken A. > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 03:42:18 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Amen. Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > Nancy, > > I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he > might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I > would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert > yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok, > now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is > to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely, > you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its > frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek > was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on > the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here? > > Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to > complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this > enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and > fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating > what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions > on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination. > That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is > really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied > utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently > have no purchase on. > > Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way > admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many > new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as > in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains > untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who > comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the > latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any > other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021. > > One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental > truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more > accurately described as compromised. > > As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't > accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself > invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express it. > > Ken A. > > --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish > <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > >> I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into >> baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, >> unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or >> spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own >> assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is >> unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely >> questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be >> snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's >> claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's >> and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a >> more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the >> hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's >> just there. >> Nancyu >> >>>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> >>>> >> At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >> >>> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John >> >> Sparrow, >> >>> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be >> >> taken >> >>> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, >> >> >> What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself >> through >> all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of >> the >> "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to >> >> understand what was in front of them. >> >> Yrs., >> Ken A. > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 14:52:09 +0200 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Gunnar Jauch <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit Ken wrote to Nancy : >> As usual, when Eliot is >> to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely, >> you are quick to defend the tramplers. Dear Ken, thank you for once more improving my English vocabulary! My Webster defines "mundanely" as "to the point of foolish familiarity". What a wonderful term. But then: isn't "foolish and mundane" a pleonasm? Cheers, Gunnar ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 14:56:06 +0200 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Gunnar Jauch <[log in to unmask]> Subject: O.T.: ANOTHER DUBYA JOKE In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; charset="US-ASCII" Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit Donald Rumsfeld is giving the president his daily briefing. He concludes by saying: "Yesterday, 3 Brazilian soldiers were killed." "OH NO!" the president exclaims. "That's terrible!" His staff sits stunned at this display of emotion, nervously watching as the president sits, head in hands. Finally, president looks up and asks, "How many is a brazillion?" Cheers, Gunnar ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 06:04:03 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit You're quite welcome, Marcia. Regarding the Pope: I don't find similar tone for the most part (the Fresca section was probably the most similar). For sake of space, I only sent the content of the connections, which is probably the closest similarity (as well as some of the form and philosophy of composition). He spoke of Pope a couple times in that last year of TWL's composition, and my paper actually addressed how different the poems are despite their similarities. I believe they are setting out to do different things and so come to different conclusions. I would certainly be interested in your thoughts if you end up having any time to consider the connection. Best wishes, Will --- Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Thanks, Will. It is really nice of you to give such > a detailed report. > I'm sorry to have missed the conference. > > Thanks, too, for the Pope message a while back. I > have no reply but > gratitude for your pointing out connections. I'm > not yet sure how much > of "The Rape of the Lock" I find in TWL. The tones > are so different > that I'll have to spend more time thinking this > through. > > Best, > Marcia > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 14:06:36 +0100 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Morris, Craig" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. Kind regards, Craig ******************************************************************************** All mail sent and received may be examined to prevent transmission of unacceptable material. Wellington College does not accept responsibility for email contents. Problems to [log in to unmask] Website: http://www.wellingtoncollege.org.uk ******************************************************************************** ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 06:16:54 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: cr mittal <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-576015034-1127740614=:93954" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit --0-576015034-1127740614=:93954 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Indeed to "the world" Hieronymo's mad. ~ CR Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Amen. Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > Nancy, > > I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he > might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I > would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert > yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok, > now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is > to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely, > you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its > frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek > was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on > the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here? > > Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to > complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this > enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and > fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating > what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions > on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination. > That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is > really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied > utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently > have no purchase on. > > Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way > admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many > new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as > in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains > untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who > comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the > latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any > other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021. > > One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental > truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more > accurately described as compromised. > > As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't > accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself > invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express it. > > Ken A. > > --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish > wrote: > >> I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into >> baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, >> unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or >> spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own >> assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is >> unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely >> questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be >> snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's >> claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's >> and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a >> more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the >> hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's >> just there. >> Nancyu >> >>>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> >>>> >> At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >> >>> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John >> >> Sparrow, >> >>> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be >> >> taken >> >>> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, >> >> >> What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself >> through >> all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of >> the >> "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to >> >> understand what was in front of them. >> >> Yrs., >> Ken A. > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005 --------------------------------- Yahoo! for Good Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. --0-576015034-1127740614=:93954 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
Indeed to "the world" Hieronymo's mad. ~  CR 

Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Amen.
Peter

Ken Armstrong wrote:

> Nancy,
>
> I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he
> might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I
> would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert
> yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok,
> now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is
> to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely,
> you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its
> frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek
> was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on
> the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here?
>
> Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to
> complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this
> enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and
> fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating
> what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions
> on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination.
> That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is
> really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied
> utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently
> have no purchase on.
>
> Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way
> admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many
> new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as
> in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains
> untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who
> comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the
> latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any
> other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021.
>
> One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental
> truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more
> accurately described as compromised.
>
> As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't
> accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself
> invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express it.
>
> Ken A.
>
> --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish
> <[log in to unmask]>wrote:
>
>> I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into
>> baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that,
>> unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or
>> spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own
>> assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is
>> unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely
>> questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be
>> snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's
>> claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's
>> and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a
>> more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the
>> hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's
>> just there.
>> Nancyu
>>
>>>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>>
>>>>
>> At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote:
>>
>>> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John
>>
>> Sparrow,
>>
>>> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be
>>
>> taken
>>
>>> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine,
>>
>>
>> What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself
>> through
>> all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of
>> the
>> "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to
>>
>> understand what was in front of them.
>>
>> Yrs.,
>> Ken A.
>
>
>


--
No virus found in this outgoing message.
Checked by AVG Anti-Virus.
Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005


Yahoo! for Good
Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. --0-576015034-1127740614=:93954-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 09:29:25 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Pope In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Will Gray wrote: >Regarding the Pope: ... I would certainly be interested in your >thoughts if you end up having any time to consider the >connection. > > > Dear Will, Shall do, if I do. Best, Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 09:29:50 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Pope In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Will Gray wrote: >Regarding the Pope: ... I would certainly be interested in your >thoughts if you end up having any time to consider the >connection. > > > Dear Will, I shall share them, if I do. Best, Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 09:27:09 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: A yawn of a word In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Gunnar Jauch wrote:
[log in to unmask]" type="cite">
Ken:
 
  
rather foolishly and mundanely,

      

Dear Ken,

thank you for once more improving my English vocabulary!
My Webster defines "mundanely" as "to the point of foolish familiarity".

What a wonderful term. But then: isn't "foolish and mundane" a pleonasm?

  
Dear Polyglot Gunnar,
    You of all people must know that a dictionary definition, if taken as _equivalent_ to a word, can lead to a mathematical view of language.  Best to read the quotations, too, to begin to notice the richness of usage.  And best not to stop with what is only one use for a word.  Ken's "mundanely" emphases the familiar, the daily, the ordinary, _dans le monde_.  Ken's phrase is lean and mean.  "Rather" raises another ....

    Samuel Johnson, and many others, do not find that English has true synonyms.  One can, of course, nevertheless, in any event, still be redundant in the language.

Glossy Marcia
========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 09:31:41 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Pope In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Dear Vishvesh, Thank you for the reference. Best, Marcia (no need for the formality of Ms.) ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 09:43:43 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Calla Fireman <[log in to unmask]> Subject: OT: the Dubya joke ... MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----_=_NextPart_001_01C5C2A0.4FB619E1" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5C2A0.4FB619E1 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Finally, president looks up and asks, "How many is a brazillion?" ------------------------------------------------------------------------ --------------------------- ....haha! good one Gunnar..my Canadian colleagues are enjoying it too. Calla ( formerly CallaHeidi:>) =20 =20 ------_=_NextPart_001_01C5C2A0.4FB619E1 Content-Type: text/html; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable

Finally, president looks up and asks, = "How many is a=20 brazillion?"

----------------------------------------------------------------= -----------------------------------

....haha! good one=20 Gunnar..my Canadian colleagues are enjoying it too.

Calla ( = formerly=20 CallaHeidi:>)

 

 

------_=_NextPart_001_01C5C2A0.4FB619E1-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 07:11:19 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Vishvesh Obla <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Pope and Eliot (Quote from F.R.Leavis) MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit I was curious myself to see what Leavis made a note of. I have a copy of Revaluation and here it is : (Leavis is commenting on 'Elegy to the Memory of an Unfortunate lady') 'I remember to have heard, incredulously, a theory, purporting to come from a critic of high repute, that is worth mentioning becausue it calls attention to certain essential characteristics of the poem. The theory was that Pope opened in all solemnity, but finding it impossible to continue in so high-flown a strain without smiling at himself (he had, after all, a sense of humour), slipped in a qualifying element of burlesque and achieved a subtle total effect to that of Prufrock. The evidence? Well, for example this : As into air the purer spirits flow, And sep'rate from teheir kindred dregs below; So flew the soul to its congenial place, Nor left one virtue to redeem her Race. ' - vishvesh __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 16:43:46 +0200 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Gunnar Jauch <[log in to unmask]> Subject: OT: A yawn of a word / HanY=?ISO-8859-1?Q?=FC?= In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit am 26.9.05 15:27 Uhr schrieb Marcia Karp unter [log in to unmask]: Gunnar Jauch wrote: Ken: rather foolishly and mundanely, Dear Ken, thank you for once more improving my English vocabulary! My Webster defines "mundanely" as "to the point of foolish familiarity". What a wonderful term. But then: isn't "foolish and mundane" a pleonasm? Dear Polyglot Gunnar, You of all people must know that a dictionary definition, if taken as _equivalent_ to a word, can lead to a mathematical view of language. Best to read the quotations, too, to begin to notice the richness of usage. And best not to stop with what is only one use for a word. Ken's "mundanely" emphases the familiar, the daily, the ordinary, _dans le monde_. Ken's phrase is lean and mean. "Rather" raises another .... Samuel Johnson, and many others, do not find that English has true synonyms. One can, of course, nevertheless, in any event, still be redundant in the language. Glossy Marcia ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Thanks, glossy Marcia! Excursions into the wide realm of the English language are one of my principal raisons d'tre to stay on the TSE list. Learning from erudite people such as Ken and yourself is always refreshing. On synonyms: In my fourth year of Chinese studies I never cease to be amazed by the number of synonyms that language has. Learning a single term compares to the opening of Pandora's box , with a plethora of apparent synonyms cropping up, which, as our teacher explains, aren't, since they bear extremely subtle nuances. Chinese poetry is a helpful means to gain approach to the language. One of best known poems most every educated Chinese is familiar with by famous Tang period poet Li Bai (701 - 766) depicts nicely the economical Chinese grammar and syntax. If its grammar were half as complicated (and illogical) as the English or German language it would be virtually impossible to learn). Let me lay it on you, in Pinyin and English: Y Si Night thoughts chung qin ming y guang, Bed before light moon/month shine, yi si di shang shuang. doubt to be ground on top frost. ju tou wng ming y, raise head look light moon, di tou si gu xiang. lower head think/thougt venerable homeland. Two translations: Night Thoughts I wake and moonbeams play around my bed Glittering like hoarfroast to my wondering eyes Upwards the glorious moon I raise my head Then lay me down and thoughts of home arise * * * Thoughts in a Tranquil Night Tr. by: H.A. Giles Athwart the bed I watch the moonbeams cast a trail So Bright, so cold, so frail, That for a space it gleams Like hoar-frost on the margin of my dreams. I raise my head, -- The splendid moon I see: The droop my head, And to dreams of thee -- My Fatherland, of thee! Listen to the original sound file and admire the elegant serenity of the signs under: http://chineseculture.about.com/gi/dynamic/offsite.htm?site=http:// www.chinapage.com/libai/libai2e.html Cheers, Gunnar ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 10:23:14 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Carrol Cox <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit "Morris, Craig" wrote: > > > Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are > images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have > read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 > year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. > I'll see if I can help. First of all, those compelling images and verses: Whatever they are 'saying,' in responding to them and studying them you are sharpening the blade of your mind. Keep at it. Auden's memorial poem to Yeats is perhaps relevant here: Time that is intolerant Of the brave and innocent, And forgetful in a week Of a beautiful physique, Worships language and forgives, Everyone by whom it lives; Pardons cowardice, conceit, Lays its honours at their feet. Time that with this strange excuse Pardoned Kipling and his views, And will pardon Paul Claudel, Pardons him for writing well. (For these stanzas you have to go back to the 1945 edition of Collected Poetry.) You are I think responding to that in Eliot which also earns this excuse. But there is more. Every poem, good or bad, is an index entry into the whole of actual and possible human experience and thought. The trouble with bad poems, as Eliot himself observes several times, both in his prose and in his verse, is that it merely points to the banal; it offers neither 'good' nor 'bad' potentials for learning. But (assuming you are correct in your overall response, and I tend, more or less, to agree with you) _what_ is it in that body of poetry that that triggers your response. Many things are merely irritating, a buzz in one's ear, rather than repulsive. Creating the repulsive, making it visible, tangible, intelligible, is not to be sneezed at. Could you adequately describe, _now_, at 16 or 17, not only what is repulsive in Eliot's body of poetry but what, out there in the world, corresponds to that which repulses in Eliot. Can you perhaps do that more powerfully for having studied it in Eliot's poems -- if not now, perhaps later after having read more and done more? I think that is very possibly the case. And what more can one, really, ask of a single poet? I know some on this list want to see Eliot as an oracle of some sort, but that is a drag. He's a poet. He's a damn good poet (above all, a damn good poet by the standards Auden suggests). That's enough for now, isn't it? Carrol ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 11:31:37 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Dear Craig, He should be studied for the reason you give: he created brilliant images and verses. My students at every level in college love his work. One does not study simply to have one's views reinforced or to praise: one studies to understand, to experience, to know. And Eliot was also the most influential poet and critic of his time. You cannot understand modernism without knowing Eliot. I think his own experience and his representation of it also reveal fundamental issues of living in a world of war and displacement--emotional as well as physical. Cheers, Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/26/05 9:06 AM >>> Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. Kind regards, Craig ******************************************************************************** All mail sent and received may be examined to prevent transmission of unacceptable material. Wellington College does not accept responsibility for email contents. Problems to [log in to unmask] Website: http://www.wellingtoncollege.org.uk ******************************************************************************** ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 11:54:36 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Disposition: inline Well, in Kyd and in TWL he's mad. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/26/05 9:16 AM >>> Indeed to "the world" Hieronymo's mad. ~ CR Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> wrote:Amen. Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > Nancy, > > I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he > might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I > would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert > yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok, > now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is > to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely, > you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its > frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek > was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on > the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here? > > Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to > complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this > enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and > fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating > what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions > on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination. > That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is > really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied > utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently > have no purchase on. > > Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way > admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many > new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as > in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains > untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who > comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the > latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any > other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021. > > One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental > truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more > accurately described as compromised. > > As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't > accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself > invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express it. > > Ken A. > > --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish > wrote: > >> I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into >> baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, >> unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or >> spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own >> assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is >> unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely >> questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be >> snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's >> claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's >> and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a >> more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the >> hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's >> just there. >> Nancyu >> >>>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> >>>> >> At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >> >>> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John >> >> Sparrow, >> >>> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be >> >> taken >> >>> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, >> >> >> What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself >> through >> all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of >> the >> "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to >> >> understand what was in front of them. >> >> Yrs., >> Ken A. > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005 --------------------------------- Yahoo! for Good Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 10:58:21 -0500 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "T. R. Stratton" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: OT: A yawn of a word / HanY=?ISO-8859-1?Q?=FC?= In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_Part_6780_4226853.1127750301174" ------=_Part_6780_4226853.1127750301174 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Disposition: inline Personally, I like the (somewhat nonsensical) Chinese poems where every single word is shi (one meaning of which is 'poem'). Sadly I don't have any examples with me. T. R. Stratton On 9/26/05, Gunnar Jauch <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > On synonyms: > > In my fourth year of Chinese studies I never cease to be amazed by the > number of synonyms that language has. Learning a single term compares to > the > opening of Pandora's box , with a plethora of apparent synonyms cropping > up, > which, as our teacher explains, aren't, since they bear extremely subtle > nuances. -- Ich bin nicht so gro=DF ein gaijin, wie du denkst. T.R. Stratton [log in to unmask] ------=_Part_6780_4226853.1127750301174 Content-Type: text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable Content-Disposition: inline Personally, I like the (somewhat nonsensical) Chinese poems where every single word is shi (one meaning of which is 'poem').  Sadly I don't have any examples with me.

T. R. Stratton

On 9/26/05, Gunnar Jauch <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

On synonyms:

In my fourth year of Chinese studies I never cease = to be amazed by the
number of synonyms that language has. Learning a sin= gle term compares to the
opening of Pandora's box , with a plethora of a= pparent synonyms cropping up,
which, as our teacher explains, aren't, since they bear extremely subtl= e
nuances.



--
Ich bin ni= cht so gro=DF ein gaijin, wie du denkst.

T.R. Stratton
[log in to unmask] ------=_Part_6780_4226853.1127750301174-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 16:32:33 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Pope and Eliot (Quote from F.R.Leavis) In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Vishvesh Obla wrote: >I was curious myself to see what Leavis made a note >of. I have a copy of Revaluation and here it is : >(Leavis is commenting on 'Elegy to the Memory of an >Unfortunate lady') > > >'I remember to have heard, incredulously, a theory, >purporting to come from a critic of high repute, that >is worth mentioning becausue it calls attention to >certain essential characteristics of the poem. The >theory was that Pope opened in all solemnity, but >finding it impossible to continue in so high-flown a >strain without smiling at himself (he had, after all, >a sense of humour), slipped in a qualifying element of >burlesque and achieved a subtle total effect to that >of Prufrock. The evidence? Well, for example this : > >As into air the purer spirits flow, >And sep'rate from teheir kindred dregs below; >So flew the soul to its congenial place, >Nor left one virtue to redeem her Race. ' > >- vishvesh > > > > > Thank you. ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 16:39:42 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Will Gray wrote: > > *Frances Dickey discussed an obscure Eliot sonnet on a > Manet portrait as well as the parrot references in the > early poetry. On a Portrait Among a crowd of tenuous dreams, unknown To us of restless brain and weary feet, Forever hurrying, up and down the street, She stands at evening in the room alone. Not like a tranquil goddess carved of stone But evanescent, as if one should meet A pensive lamia in some wood-retreat, An immaterial fancy of one's own. No meditations glad or ominous Disturb her lips, or move the slender hands; Her dark eyes keep their secrets hid from us, Beyond the circle of our thoughts she stands. The parrot on the bar, a silent spy, Regards her with a patient curious eye. ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 18:25:48 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit "Morris, Craig" wrote: > > > Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are > images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have > read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 > year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. Well, there's poetry before Eliot and poetry after Eliot and you can discuss the part Eliot played in all that and the why and how. Perhaps you can play up the rebelliousness of the young Eliot -- he was just 22 when he wrote LSJAP, perhaps the age of some of the student's sisters or brothers. Regards, Rick Parker ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 19:07:11 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit "Morris, Craig" wrote: >Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are >images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have >read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 >year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. > > Dear Craig, I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems whose worth you can't demonstrate? Poems aren't vitamin pills. What about worth reading? Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot? Best, Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 20:00:37 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jacek Niecko <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; format=flowed; charset=iso-8859-1; reply-type=response Content-transfer-encoding: 7bit Why do you assume that he (if he is a "he") is a teacher? He can just be anybody who for one reason or another found out about the existence of this forum and/or encountered it. At one time he thought he liked Eliot's work, but later changed his mind. Despite that, he yearns for insights that are more profound than he himself is capable of developing and hopes to benefit from such, whatever degree of hostility to Sterns may animate him at the moment. When, after several attempts, he is referred repeatedly to Julian(a) of Norwich and referenda in Maine concerning treatment of minorities, he will most probably get out of everybody's way to be replaced sooner or later by another See-Are-Mit-All. That may be tough to some, but that IS the truth. Jacek ----- Original Message ----- From: "Marcia Karp" <[log in to unmask]> To: <[log in to unmask]> Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 7:07 PM Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot > "Morris, Craig" wrote: > >>Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are >>images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have >>read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 >>year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. >> > > Dear Craig, > I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems > whose worth you can't demonstrate? Poems aren't vitamin pills. What about > worth reading? > > Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot? > > Best, > Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 17:11:30 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Eliot has had a strong influence on how people perceive the world. If perception is important as a subject then Eliot's work is important. Eliot generated the effects of what he perceived. If his effect on you is to generate repulsion, it is because what he perceived was repulsive, and still is repulsive. In fact that was an aspect of the world he delberately set out to explore, using Baudelaire and the symbolists as his guide: =========================================================== I think that from Baudelaire I learned first a precedent for the poetical possibilities, never developed by any post writing in my own language, of the more sordid aspects of the modern metropolis, of the possibility of fusion between the sordidly realistic and the phangtasmagoric, the possibility of the juxtaposition of the matter of fact and the fantastic. From him, as from Laforgue, I learned that the sort of material that I had, the sort of experience that an adolescent had had, in an industrial city in America, could be the material for poetry; and that the source of new poetry might be found in what had been regarded hitherto as the impossible, the sterile, the intractably unpoetic. That, in fact, the business of the poet was to make poetry out of the unexplored resources of the unpoetical; that the poet, in fact, was committed by his profession to turn the unpoetical into poetry. A great poet can give a younger poet everything that he has to give him, in a very few lines. It may be that I am indebted to Baudelaire chiefly for half a dozen lines out of the whole of Fleurs du Mal; and that his significance for me is summed up in the lines: Fourmillante Cite, cite pleine dereves, Ou le spectre en plein jour raccroche le passant... I knew what that meant, because I had lived it before I knew that I wanted to turn it into verse on my own account. ------------------------------------------------------------ Eliot, T.S. "What Dante Means to Me." TO CRITICIZE THE CRITIC. London: Faber, 1965. Morris, Craig wrote: > >Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are >images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have >read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 >year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. > >Kind regards, > >Craig > > >******************************************************************************** >All mail sent and received may be examined to prevent transmission >of unacceptable material. >Wellington College does not accept responsibility for email contents. >Problems to [log in to unmask] >Website: http://www.wellingtoncollege.org.uk >******************************************************************************** > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 20:44:59 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot In-Reply-To: <000401c5c2f6$7eb483f0$2f01a8c0@DJXXBM51> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Jacek Niecko wrote: > Why do you assume that he (if he is a "he") is a teacher? Because I read carefully what he wrote. Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 17:52:17 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: O.T.: ANOTHER Mother Superior JOKE In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed One good wrong perception deserves another. Cheers, Peter Mother Superior was on her way to late morning prayers, when she passed two novices just leaving early morning prayers, on their way to classes. As she passed the young ladies, Mother Superior said, "Good morning ladies." The novices replied, "Good morning, Mother Superior, may God be with you." But after they had passed, Mother Superior heard one say to the other, "I think she got out of the wrong side of the bed this morning." This startled Mother Superior, but she chose not to pursue the issue. A little further down the hall, Mother Superior passed two of the Sisters who had been teaching at the convent for several years. She greeted them with, "Good morning Sister Martha, Sister Jessica, may God give you wisdom for our students today." "Good morning, Mother Superior. Thank you, and may God be with you." But again, after passing, Mother Superior overheard, "She got out of the wrong side of bed today." Baffled, she started to wonder if she had spoken harshly, or with an irritated look on her face. She vowed to be more pleasant. Looking down the hall, Mother Superior saw retired Sister Mary approaching, step by step, with her walker. As Sister Mary was rather deaf, Mother Superior had plenty of time to arrange a pleasant smile on her face, before greeting Sister Mary. "Good morning, Sister Mary. I'm so happy to see you up and about. I pray God watches over you today, and grants you a wonderful day." "Ah, Good morning, Mother Superior, and thank you. I see you got up on the wrong side of bed this morning." Mother Superior was floored! "Sister Mary, what have I done wrong? I have tried to be pleasant, but three times already today, people have said that about me." Sister Mary stopped her walker, and looked Mother Superior in the face. "Oh, don't take it personal, Mother Superior. It's just that you're wearing Father Murphy's slippers." Gunnar Jauch wrote: >Donald Rumsfeld is giving the president his daily briefing. He concludes by >saying: "Yesterday, 3 Brazilian soldiers were killed." > >"OH NO!" the president exclaims. "That's terrible!" > >His staff sits stunned at this display of emotion, nervously watching as the >president sits, head in hands. > >Finally, president looks up and asks, "How many is a brazillion?" > > >Cheers, > > >Gunnar > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 18:05:59 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit That's the one. She also gave a paper on it earlier this year at the ALA conference. According to Frances, there's nothing especially original about it (in fact, it's almost its lack of originality that is interesting about it). It was briefly discussed in the q&a session that Eliot may be portraying himself as the parrot. Will --- "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > Will Gray wrote: > > > > *Frances Dickey discussed an obscure Eliot sonnet > on a > > Manet portrait as well as the parrot references in > the > > early poetry. > > > On a Portrait > > Among a crowd of tenuous dreams, unknown > To us of restless brain and weary feet, > Forever hurrying, up and down the street, > She stands at evening in the room alone. > > Not like a tranquil goddess carved of stone > But evanescent, as if one should meet > A pensive lamia in some wood-retreat, > An immaterial fancy of one's own. > > No meditations glad or ominous > Disturb her lips, or move the slender hands; > Her dark eyes keep their secrets hid from us, > Beyond the circle of our thoughts she stands. > > The parrot on the bar, a silent spy, > Regards her with a patient curious eye. > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 21:07:16 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: multipart/alternative; boundary="Boundary_(ID_bPzR1BjgjxMmhH4dI879qA)" This is a multi-part message in MIME format. --Boundary_(ID_bPzR1BjgjxMmhH4dI879qA) Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling on TSE. -- Jim James Loucks, Ph.D. Ohio State University-Newark 1179 University Dr. Newark, OH 43055-1797 [log in to unmask] 740.366.9423 fax 740.366.5047 ________________________________ From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp Sent: Mon 26-Sep-05 7:07 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot "Morris, Craig" wrote: >Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are >images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have >read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 >year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. > > Dear Craig, I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems whose worth you can't demonstrate? Poems aren't vitamin pills. What about worth reading? Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot? Best, Marcia --Boundary_(ID_bPzR1BjgjxMmhH4dI879qA) Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT Re: T. Stearns Eliot
TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling on TSE.  --  Jim
 
James Loucks, Ph.D.
Ohio State University-Newark
1179 University Dr.
Newark, OH 43055-1797
740.366.9423
fax 740.366.5047
 


From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp
Sent: Mon 26-Sep-05 7:07 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot

"Morris, Craig" wrote:

>Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are
>images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have
>read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17
>year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts.

>

Dear Craig,
    I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems
whose worth you can't demonstrate?  Poems aren't vitamin pills.
    What about worth reading?

    Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot?

Best,
Marcia

--Boundary_(ID_bPzR1BjgjxMmhH4dI879qA)-- ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 18:23:29 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed T. Stearns Eliot J. Alfred Prufrock Something upper class about that? Cheers, Peter Loucks, James wrote: > TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling > on TSE. -- Jim > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > *From:* T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp > *Sent:* Mon 26-Sep-05 7:07 PM > *To:* [log in to unmask] > *Subject:* Re: T. Stearns Eliot > > "Morris, Craig" wrote: > > >Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are > >images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have > >read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 > >year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. > > > > > > Dear Craig, > I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems > whose worth you can't demonstrate? Poems aren't vitamin pills. > What about worth reading? > > Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot? > > Best, > Marcia > >------------------------------------------------------------------------ > >No virus found in this incoming message. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 18:27:45 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: TSE Society Meeting In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Acc. to Aristotle Art immitates nature. The parrot parrots the parroter. YOU!!! have the scene arrange itself, as it will seem to do. Perception. Cheers, Peter Will Gray wrote: >That's the one. >She also gave a paper on it earlier this year at the >ALA conference. >According to Frances, there's nothing especially >original about it (in fact, it's almost its lack of >originality that is interesting about it). >It was briefly discussed in the q&a session that Eliot >may be portraying himself as the parrot. > >Will > >--- "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > >>Will Gray wrote: >> >> >>>*Frances Dickey discussed an obscure Eliot sonnet >>> >>> >>on a >> >> >>>Manet portrait as well as the parrot references in >>> >>> >>the >> >> >>>early poetry. >>> >>> >>On a Portrait >> >>Among a crowd of tenuous dreams, unknown >>To us of restless brain and weary feet, >>Forever hurrying, up and down the street, >>She stands at evening in the room alone. >> >>Not like a tranquil goddess carved of stone >>But evanescent, as if one should meet >>A pensive lamia in some wood-retreat, >>An immaterial fancy of one's own. >> >>No meditations glad or ominous >>Disturb her lips, or move the slender hands; >>Her dark eyes keep their secrets hid from us, >>Beyond the circle of our thoughts she stands. >> >>The parrot on the bar, a silent spy, >>Regards her with a patient curious eye. >> >> >> > > >__________________________________________________ >Do You Yahoo!? >Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around >http://mail.yahoo.com > > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 23:03:46 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/html; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Loucks, James wrote:
[log in to unmask]" type="cite"> Re: T. Stearns Eliot
TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling on TSE.  --  Jim
 

Thanks for the info.

Marcia
========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 05:47:31 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit > "Loucks, James" wrote: > > TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling on > TSE. -- Jim I think Southam on the LSJAP mentions something about the early use of T. Stearns Eliot. I keep misplacing my copy though (I've thought of making a bookcover for it in some flourescent color.) Here is an example of a later use (perhaps he just mimiced the form of Mirlees' name though): TEMPLEMAN LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF KENT, CANTERBURY SPECIAL COLLECTIONS SCEB 27 Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, baron Poems of Tennyson; with an introduction by T S Eliot London: Thomas Nelson [1936]. - xix,482p. - (The Nelson classics). - Gallup B27. - Published May 1936 in an edition of 2780 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp ix-xix. - Provenance: Inscribed "H. Hope Mirlees from T. Stearns Eliot" (in dust-jacket) 0311840 ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 12:10:45 +0100 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Morris, Craig" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit A heartfelt thank you to those of you who have kindly taken the time to make a positive contribution. I was struck by some powerful words from a 16 year old student (see below) and coming across this forum thought it would be interesting to compare two or more different responses to Eliot with my class. Kind regards, Craig P.S. Please rest assured that my students are relishing the challenge of wrestling with Eliot's words. I first stumbled across Eliot 7 years ago at university and am delighted to have the chance to study him again with my class for a term. Amazon.co.uk Review of Eliot's Selected Poems: The greatest poet of the 20th Century October 15, 2002 This is a fantastic book from the greatest poet of the 20th century. I am a 16 year-old and having just started A level courses, I have found that my readings of Eliot have helped enormously with my understanding of other poetry. I would argue that if one can come some way to understanding Eliot, then there is nothing out there that one will not understand. He is known for his complexity but should not be labelled impenetrable, though Eliot's poems are often obscure and challenging there is always a message that Eliot wanted us to see. I have been reading Eliot since I was 15 and my liking of him has grown with age, I also love the Victorian poets such as Browning, Empson, Baudelaire, Blake etc and many of the modern poets such as Thomas, Plath and so on but I have always found that there is something extra special about Eliot. His range of poetry is one thing, from the masterpiece of "The Waste Land" to the phillisophical genuis of "Four Quartets", to the humour and sadness of "Prufrock" to the mystery and brilliance of "The Hollow Men" Eliot has everything. I think his poetry is widely mis-understood and critics argue over meaning and miss the point that Eliot placed one's own perception so much higher than accepted views and ideas, hence the fact that he never answered questions on "The Waste Land". -----Original Message----- From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Peter Montgomery Sent: 27 September 2005 02:23 To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot T. Stearns Eliot J. Alfred Prufrock Something upper class about that? Cheers, Peter Loucks, James wrote: > TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling > on TSE. -- Jim > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > *From:* T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp > *Sent:* Mon 26-Sep-05 7:07 PM > *To:* [log in to unmask] > *Subject:* Re: T. Stearns Eliot > > "Morris, Craig" wrote: > > >Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are > >images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have > >read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 > >year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. > > > > > > Dear Craig, > I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems > whose worth you can't demonstrate? Poems aren't vitamin pills. > What about worth reading? > > Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot? > > Best, > Marcia > >----------------------------------------------------------------------- - > >No virus found in this incoming message. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 ******************************************************************************** All mail sent and received may be examined to prevent transmission of unacceptable material. Wellington College does not accept responsibility for email contents. Problems to [log in to unmask] Website: http://www.wellingtoncollege.org.uk ******************************************************************************** ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 10:00:46 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Loucks, James" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot MIME-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-transfer-encoding: 7BIT As I've noted elsewhere, Prufrock (originally with o-umlaut) is a German name, found in a town heavy in German-immigrant population, viz., St. Louis. If you use an international white pages directory, you can find Pruefrocks in (mainly) Germany. I could not find a single Prufrock in Britain, and very few in the US. T. Stearns Eliot derives, I think, from British name-spelling convention, occurring often when the last name is common, as in Smith. For instance, I once corresponded with the wife of poet Ronald Bottrall, whose maiden surname was Saumarez Smith [no hyphen]. I seem to recall TSE had a bronze nameplate, which he once used either at the Advocate or at Faber & Faber (or both). I forget where he obtained the plaque, however. -- Best, -- Jim James Loucks, Ph.D. Ohio State University-Newark 1179 University Dr. Newark, OH 43055-1797 [log in to unmask] 740.366.9423 fax 740.366.5047 ________________________________ From: T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Peter Montgomery Sent: Mon 26-Sep-05 9:23 PM To: [log in to unmask] Subject: Re: T. Stearns Eliot T. Stearns Eliot J. Alfred Prufrock Something upper class about that? Cheers, Peter Loucks, James wrote: > TSE himself used that moniker before (and maybe once after) settling > on TSE. -- Jim > > James Loucks, Ph.D. > Ohio State University-Newark > 1179 University Dr. > Newark, OH 43055-1797 > [log in to unmask] > 740.366.9423 > fax 740.366.5047 > > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > *From:* T. S. Eliot Discussion forum. on behalf of Marcia Karp > *Sent:* Mon 26-Sep-05 7:07 PM > *To:* [log in to unmask] > *Subject:* Re: T. Stearns Eliot > > "Morris, Craig" wrote: > > >Eliot's poetry on the whole strikes me as repulsive and yet there are > >images and verses that are more compelling than any other words I have > >read. If anyone can articulate why Eliot is worth studying (with a 16/17 > >year old audience in mind) I would be grateful for your thoughts. > > > > > > Dear Craig, > I'm assuming you are the teacher. Why would you want to teach poems > whose worth you can't demonstrate? Poems aren't vitamin pills. > What about worth reading? > > Where was Eliot ever referred to as T. Sterns Eliot? > > Best, > Marcia > >------------------------------------------------------------------------ > >No virus found in this incoming message. >Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. >Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.6/111 - Release Date: 9/23/2005 ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 11:24:00 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: [log in to unmask] Subject: Blog Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"; format=flowed MIME-Version: 1.0 poetictheory.blogspot.com Updates on Friday. Just thought you'd want to know. Also -- chapbook contest if anyone is interested -- deadline Dec 1 pax et lux michael ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 09:06:53 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Jennifer Formichelli <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Names and meetings In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Dear Listers, My thanks to Will for his excellent report on the TSE meeting, and Marcia for her wishes of good luck (we missed her there!). The meeting was, as Will said, an excellent two days of commeraderie and talks, and included a musical setting (not to my taste, but rather interesting) of The Waste Land. Robert Crawford's lecture on 'Marina' brought his close critical attention to the drafts of the poem--in the Bodleian--, as well as the correspondence with McKnight Kauffer (who illustrated it for the Ariel series) and Michael Sadler, to whom he sent the draft. He also touched on a letter to Hayward about Eliot's desire for children in the late-twenties and early 1930's, at the same time as he realised he would not become a father. Crawford also discussed the sound pattern of the poem (the ebb and flow of its lineation, especially, as well as the remarkable absence of punctuation) and its relation to later poems written by fathers or men addressing paternity and a desire for children. He did not touch on Empson's two wonderful pieces on 'Marina', published in Argufying, but his lecture showed a knowledge of those pieces. It was an excellent lecture by a very good scholar. It's a shame that, so far as I know, the Society has no arrangements to publish the Eliot memorial lectures. Other notable papers included one on Eliot and La Nouvelle Review Francais, mainly detailing Eliot's Anglo-Saxon misconceptions of French classicism, delivered by a native; and one on Eliot's reading of Russell's Free Man's Worship and its impact on his conversion in 1927 to the CofE. Roger Craik, the son of one of the Arden Shakespeare editors (D W Craik, I think), spoke quickly in his lustruous Leicestershire accent, giving the best brief and plain spoken paper on 'Portrait of a Lady' I've so far has the pleasure of listening to. His humour was much appreciated, and so too his manner of positing that Rubinstein might have been the 'Latest Pole' heard playing Chopin in POL, and then refuting himself, asking if it really mattered. At the end, we were treated to a reading of 'The Burial of the Dead' in Korean, and several of Eliot's French poems in French, including Dans le Restaurant. The Society is contemplating future meetings in Boston & Paris. I encourage everyone on the list to support the society (they offer special rates, I think, to graduate students) and to visit their website at http://www.luc.edu/eliot/ On a final note. Peter raised the question of class in J. Alfred Prufrock and T. Stearns Eliot, an abbreviation that Eliot flirted with around 1916 or so, I believe. It is not, however, a question of class; rather, it is a question of English versus American abbreviation. For instance, the British now typically use the abbreviation of the first and middle initials: J. A. Prufrock. The Americans, however, typically use the middle abbreviation: John A Prufrock. In England, this abbreviation, along with anything such as Jr, Sr, or PhD, is considered pretentious. The use of the first initial followed by a full middle, as J Alfred Prufrock, typically implies that the individual goes by their middle name rather than their Christian name. I suspect the appearance of T. Stearns Eliot around 1916, when TSE was settling in England, was a confusion about English versus American abbreviations, whilst the adoption of T.S. Eliot conformed (not unlike Eliot himself) to the English model. Yours, Jennifer ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 18:32:54 +0200 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Gunnar Jauch <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Names and meetings In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> Mime-version: 1.0 Content-type: text/plain; charset="ISO-8859-1" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit am 27.9.05 18:06 Uhr schrieb Jennifer Formichelli unter [log in to unmask]: > At the end, we were treated to a reading of 'The > Burial of the Dead' in Korean That must have been quite an experience, dear Jennifer! For such a case, there is a coarse Chinese expression: "Wo dong g pi" -- literally: I don't understand a fart. ;-) Cheers, Gunnar ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 12:42:42 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Marcia Karp <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Names In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Jennifer Formichelli wrote: >On a final note. Peter raised the question of class in >J. Alfred Prufrock and T. Stearns Eliot, an >abbreviation that Eliot flirted with around 1916 or >so, I believe. It is not, however, a question of >class; rather, it is a question of English versus >American abbreviation. ... I suspect the appearance of >T. Stearns Eliot around 1916, when TSE was settling in >England, was a confusion about English versus American >abbreviations, whilst the adoption of T.S. Eliot >conformed (not unlike Eliot himself) to the English >model. > > > Dear Jennifer, I don't know, but wonder if Eliot didn't, like many people who become public, realize he had to have a public name. (Compare to Bob Dylan last night in the wonderful first part of Martin Scorsese's film. BD) That he tried out various possibilities is reasonable. He had other English models that did not conform to his final choice, so, for me, the American/English conventions aren't as compelling as they are for you. As for what he is called by those who are not his friends, it is usual that when referring to a public person that the nom de demos is used, isn't it? Best, Marcia ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 10:32:24 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: Will Gray <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Abbreviations; was Re: Names and meetings In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit It's also humorous that the first time Eliot signed a letter with the variation "J. Alfred Prufrock" was when he wrote to Harriet Monroe (27 Mar 1916), thanking her for her interest in "Prufrock" (which, oddly enough, he abbreviated later in letters to Pound as "J.A.P."). He repeated it again a couple times that year before dropping it. But at the same time he was also working for the first time with "Thomas Stearns Eliot" and "T.S.E.", if I remember correctly. So I think you're right, Jennifer: trying out new name formations was probably a sign of trying to get settled in to a new culture, not (at least not merely) a class thing. I suppose to really understand the usage, we'd have to understand what Eliot was attempting to do with Prufrock's name in the first place - if Eliot THOUGHT, perhaps, that that sort of name was pretentious or class-connoting, or just someone as uncomfortable with presenting his name as with presenting himself. Cheers, Will --- Jennifer Formichelli <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > On a final note. Peter raised the question of class > in > J. Alfred Prufrock and T. Stearns Eliot, an > abbreviation that Eliot flirted with around 1916 or > so, I believe. It is not, however, a question of > class; rather, it is a question of English versus > American abbreviation. For instance, the British now > typically use the abbreviation of the first and > middle > initials: J. A. Prufrock. The Americans, however, > typically use the middle abbreviation: John A > Prufrock. In England, this abbreviation, along with > anything such as Jr, Sr, or PhD, is considered > pretentious. The use of the first initial followed > by > a full middle, as J Alfred Prufrock, typically > implies > that the individual goes by their middle name rather > than their Christian name. I suspect the appearance > of > T. Stearns Eliot around 1916, when TSE was settling > in > England, was a confusion about English versus > American > abbreviations, whilst the adoption of T.S. Eliot > conformed (not unlike Eliot himself) to the English > model. > > Yours, Jennifer > __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com ========================================================================= Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 10:53:02 -0700 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: cr mittal <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Re: Maurice Bowra's mock-poem In-Reply-To: <[log in to unmask]> MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="0-402734942-1127843582=:1597" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit --0-402734942-1127843582=:1597 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Of course, that's what he literally is. But one may as well read Eliot's line on Hieronymo as an ironical reflection on the temper, or rather the spiritual distemper, of our age. To me, Hieronymo is a metaphor for those who aspire in the face of failure and public ridicule. CR Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote: Well, in Kyd and in TWL he's mad. Nancy >>> [log in to unmask] 09/26/05 9:16 AM >>> Indeed to "the world" Hieronymo's mad. ~ CR Peter Montgomery wrote:Amen. Peter Ken Armstrong wrote: > Nancy, > > I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he > might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I > would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert > yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok, > now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is > to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely, > you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its > frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek > was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on > the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here? > > Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to > complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this > enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and > fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating > what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions > on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination. > That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is > really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied > utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently > have no purchase on. > > Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way > admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many > new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as > in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains > untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who > comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the > latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any > other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021. > > One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental > truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more > accurately described as compromised. > > As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't > accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself > invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express it. > > Ken A. > > --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish > wrote: > >> I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into >> baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that, >> unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or >> spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own >> assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is >> unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely >> questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to be >> snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's >> claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and Cassandra's >> and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a >> more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the >> hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's >> just there. >> Nancyu >> >>>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>> >>>> >> At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote: >> >>> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John >> >> Sparrow, >> >>> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be >> >> taken >> >>> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine, >> >> >> What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself >> through >> all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of >> the >> "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough to >> >> understand what was in front of them. >> >> Yrs., >> Ken A. > > > -- No virus found in this outgoing message. Checked by AVG Anti-Virus. Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date: 9/22/2005 --------------------------------- Yahoo! for Good Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort. __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com --0-402734942-1127843582=:1597 Content-Type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit
Of course, that's what he literally is. But one may as well read Eliot's line on Hieronymo
as an ironical reflection on the temper, or rather the spiritual distemper, of our age. To me, Hieronymo is a metaphor for those who aspire in the face of failure and public ridicule.
 
CR

Nancy Gish <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Well, in Kyd and in TWL he's mad.

Nancy

>>> [log in to unmask] 09/26/05 9:16 AM >>>
Indeed to "the world" Hieronymo's mad. ~ CR

Peter Montgomery <[log in to unmask]>wrote:Amen.
Peter

Ken Armstrong wrote:

> Nancy,
>
> I was trying only to be accurate and to address Jacek at a level he
> might comprehend, judging from the level at which he posts. And I
> would never be snide to you, Nancy (how ever did you manage to insert
> yourself into this as if I'd in anyway addressed you?) because (ok,
> now I'll address you)it would have no effect. As usual, when Eliot is
> to be trampled upon, and in this case rather foolishly and mundanely,
> you are quick to defend the tramplers. It has long been, in its
> frequency, pitch, and content, predictable. Not too long ago, Jacek
> was howling about how you had to hold forth on every opinion opined on

> the list. Now he thinks you are so kind. See the dynamics here?
>
> Shall I point out that it makes no difference how many critics wish to

> complexify their view of Eliot and to encourage each other in this
> enterprise if they are, to be neutral, in error? Communal and
> fashionable error, if you like. Your analytic strategy of separating
> what Eliot knew from what he did, and, incredibly, casting aspersions
> on his spirituality, doesn't stand up to even a cursory examination.
> That you and however many of your fellow critics pursue that line is
> really more a reflection on you and them than on Eliot. It is belied
> utterly by the poetry, a truth those 80's and 90's critics apparently
> have no purchase on.
>
> Your belief in progress, and group progress at that, is in a way
> admirable, but you don't seem to understand that no matter how many
> new "facts" are unearthed and are brandished by how ever many new (as
> in recent, current) critics, what makes the poetry poetry remains
> untouched. This is an absolute. This is an absolute, and someone who
> comprehended it in 1951 or 1936 or 1922 cannot be trumped by the
> latest "theory" and its numerous declaimers in the 80's, 90's or any
> other time, or by some letters finally published in 2021.
>
> One's complexified view, when it does not grasp this fundamental
> truth, is distracted from distraction by distraction, i.e. is more
> accurately described as compromised.
>
> As far as what I can imagine about you, it is that you probably won't
> accept any of this. And why should you? It's not what you see yourself

> invested in. But thank you for giving me the opportunity to express
it.
>
> Ken A.
>
> --On Thursday, September 22, 2005 12:07 PM -0400 Nancy Gish
> wrote:
>
>> I am not sure it is just a "machine," but Jacek is not at all into
>> baloney. It is a fact (from reading nearly every book on him) that,
>> unlike most writers, Eliot gets treated as a figure of moral or
>> spiritual or cultural authority largely on the basis of his own
>> assertion of morality, piety, and/or knowledge. The knowledge is
>> unquestionable; the morality and spirituality are extremely
>> questionable, as witness the constant questions. It is pointless to
be
>> snide to Jacek or to me, given the strong reaction against Eliot's
>> claims in--especially--the 80s and 90s. At this point (and
Cassandra's
>> and my book is part of this) a rethinking is in process that seeks a
>> more complex understanding. But it is not at all going back to the
>> hagiography Jacek notes on the basis of a great deal of writing. It's
>> just there.
>> Nancyu
>>
>>>>> [log in to unmask] 09/22/05 10:37 AM >>>
>>>>
>> At 07:06 PM 9/21/2005, you wrote:
>>
>>> At least one can say in Bowra's favor that--together with John
>>
>> Sparrow,
>>
>>> F.R. Leavis, and recently departed David Daiches--he refused to be
>>
>> taken
>>
>>> in, and genuflect in front of, Eliot's PR machine,
>>
>>
>> What baloney, Jacek. Now, I admit I still haven't pushed myself
>> through
>> all of the Eliot bio's, but I don't remember one single recounting of
>> the
>> "genuflection era." Taken in? Maybe they just weren't bright enough
to
>>
>> understand what was in front of them.
>>
>> Yrs.,
>> Ken A.
>
>
>


--
No virus found in this outgoing message.
Checked by AVG Anti-Virus.
Version: 7.0.344 / Virus Database: 267.11.5/110 - Release Date:
9/22/2005



---------------------------------
Yahoo! for Good
Click here to donate to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort.

__________________________________________________
Do You Yahoo!?
Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around
http://mail.yahoo.com --0-402734942-1127843582=:1597-- ========================================================================= Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2005 06:48:26 -0400 Reply-To: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> Sender: "T. S. Eliot Discussion forum." <[log in to unmask]> From: "Rickard A. Parker" <[log in to unmask]> Subject: Teaching TWL via MOO MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Teaching TWL via MOO I got an automated email from Google the other day that notified me of a newly found link to my website. The webpage that Google found discusses teaching "The Waste Land" using networked computers. I pass on the URL and a copy of the first few paragraphs to give you an idea of what's in the "paper." URL: http://slatin2.cwrl.utexas.edu/currents/fall04/barndollar.html The Waste Land In, Not Of, the MOO: A Case Study by David Barndollar 1. Students in my course "Poesis: The Making of Literature," a lower-division introduction to poetry for English majors, are usually surprised to find that it meets in a networked computer classroom. They tend to be skeptical about the value of the technological setting for learning about poems, especially the students who come in with a poetry-writing background. By the end of the course, however, they almost unanimously agree in their course evaluations that the electronic component of the course added a great deal to their experience, and recommend that I continue to teach it in that setting. Over the semester, students in the course are engaged in a number of computerized assignments, including communications, Web-based message forums, and real-time electronic class discussions, in addition to submitting and peer-critiquing all their traditional writing assignments in electronic form. But the assignment that they all report enjoying the most, and wish they could have spent more time on, is a hypertext annotation project on T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land. Through completing this assignment, they learn more about both poetry and electronic texts than they ever bargained for--which I consider a pedagogical success. In this essay, I will describe the nature and origins of this assignment, present a few examples of exemplary student work, and then consider the significance of this project not only in my course specifically but also for other courses whose instructors might find useful ways to adapt the assignment for their own purposes. I will also put forward some thoughts about how this assignment changes the way we think about hypertext as well as how hypertext changes the way we think about poetry and literature. 2. The hypertext environment in which the Waste Land assignment is conducted is a Multi-User Domain, Object-Oriented--a MOO. As the term "multi-user" indicates, the MOO facilitates online interaction because each class member can be logged into the MOO server simultaneously. However, a MOO differs from other kinds of real-time (or synchronous) multi-user discussions (such as internet relay chat [irc] or America Online's chat rooms) in two main ways: (1) the environment uses a conceptual metaphor of space and time--like real life--for its textual contents (unlike the more abstract discursive spaces of irc or chat rooms); and (2) the users of a MOO can modify the environment, which retains the modifications for future users. For the Waste Land project, these two differences (to paraphrase Gregory Bateson) make the difference. 3. The first difference--the spatial metaphor--initially attracted me to the MOO as a medium for the Eliot hypertext assignment. The group of instructors who developed the Poesis course decided that we would include The Waste Land as well as Eliot's famous critical essay "Tradition and the Individual Talent" as prime examples of Modernism. To help students make sense out of these two works, we settled upon an annotation assignment as a suitable way of engaging them in researching and clarifying the myriad obscure allusions in the poem, as well as in working with a body of critical scholarship as preparation for upper-division literary study. Since Eliot himself provides notes to his own poem, and since the more popular anthologies that include the poem also add their own footnotes (often to the point where the notes, in miniscule type, take up more space on the page than the larger-type, lineated words of the poem), the poem explicitly invites exploration and annotation of its references. And indeed, as George Landow and others have observed, a footnote annotation is a kind of hypertext: