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From: TSS ()
Subject: Importation of Whole Cuts of Boneless Beef from Japan CORRECTION SRMs
Date: September 1, 2005 at 7:32 am PST


[Federal Register: September 1, 2005 (Volume 70, Number 169)]
[Corrections]
[Page 52158]
From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access [wais.access.gpo.gov]
[DOCID:fr01se05-134]

[[Page 52158]]

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service

9 CFR Part 94

[Docket No. 05-004-1]
RIN 0579-AB93


Importation of Whole Cuts of Boneless Beef from Japan

Correction

In proposed rule document 05-16422 beginning on page 48494 in the
issue of Thursday, August 18, 2005, make the following correction:
On page 48497, in the second column, in the last line, Footnote 9
is corrected to read as set forth below:
``\9\See FSIS Notice 10-04.
FSIS. Verification instructions for the interim final rule
regarding specified risk materials (SRMs) in cattle). Notice.
January 23, 2005. (Available at http://www.fsis.usda.gov/OPPDE/rdad/FSISNotices/9-04.htm
).

FSIS. FSIS Technical Services Center: Common BSE Questions and
Answers. March 19, 2005. (Available at http://www.fsis.usda.gov/oa/FAQ/bse_techcenter.htm
).''


[FR Doc. C5-16422 Filed 8-31-05; 8:45 am]

BILLING CODE 1505-01-D


http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/01jan20051800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2005/C5-16422.htm

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
FOOD SAFETY AND INSPECTION SERVICE
WASHINGTON, DC FSIS NOTICE 9-04
1/23/04

VERIFICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE INTERIM FINAL RULE REGARDING SPECIFIED RISK MATERIALS (SRMs) IN CATTLE


I. PURPOSE

This notice provides Veterinary Medical Officers (VMOs) with the methodology to use when verifying that an establishment has properly designed procedures to meet the requirements of 9 CFR 310.22 for the removal, segregation, and disposition of specified risk materials (SRMs). Also, this notice provides inspection program personnel with instructions for verifying that an establishment is executing its programs so that there is proper removal, segregation, and disposal of SRMs.

NOTE: At some establishments that do not slaughter but that process bone-in parts of cattle carcasses, an Enforcement Investigation Analysis Officer may be called upon to perform the verification of the design of the procedures in the absence of an available VMO.

II. REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

A. What are the regulatory requirements related to SRMs?

9 CFR 310.22(a) defines SRMs as:

(1) the brain, skull, eyes, trigeminal ganglia, spinal cord, vertebral column (excluding the vertebrae of the tail, the transverse processes of the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae, and the wings of the sacrum), and dorsal root ganglia (DRG) of cattle 30 months of age and older, and

(2) the tonsils and the distal ileum (for which removal of the distal ileum must be achieved by disposing of the entire small intestine) of all cattle.

9 CFR 310.22(b) and (c) state that SRMs are inedible and shall not be used for human food and shall be disposed of in accordance with 9 CFR 314.1 and 314.3.

B. What are establishments required to do in regard to SRMs?

9 CFR 310.22 states that establishments that slaughter cattle and establishments that process the carcasses or parts of cattle shall develop, implement, and maintain written procedures that are incorporated into their HACCP plan, or in their Sanitation SOP or other prerequisite program for the removal, segregation, and disposal of SRMs.

III. VERIFICATION FOR THE DESIGN OF PROCEDURES FOR SRMs

A. As described in FSIS Notice 4-04, VMOs are to verify that an establishment has reassessed its hazard analysis to determine what steps, if any, are necessary to ensure that its products are free of materials that present a risk of transmitting BSE.

B. VMOs are to verify into which programs (i.e., HACCP plans, Sanitation SOPs, or prerequisite programs) the establishment incorporated any procedures adopted as a result of its reassessment. All establishments may include their procedures in one or more of these programs.

1. If an establishment determines that SRMs are a hazard reasonably likely to occur in its process, VMOs are to verify that the establishment has designed controls and incorporated them into its HACCP plan in accordance with 9 CFR part 417.

2. If an establishment determines that SRMs are not a hazard reasonably likely to occur because of procedures in its Sanitation SOPs, VMOs are to verify that the procedures and documentation supporting the establishment’s determination are available for review under 9 CFR 416.14 and 417.5.

3. If an establishment determines that SRMs are not a hazard reasonably likely to occur because of procedures in a prerequisite program that the establishment has implemented, VMOs are to verify that the procedures and supporting documentation are available for review under 9 CFR 417.5.

C. VMOs should verify that the establishment has designed its monitoring, verification, recordkeeping, and corrective actions, including reassessment as appropriate, to effectuate its HACCP plans, Sanitation SOPs, and other supporting prerequisite programs.

D. Examples of questions that may be asked to verify the design of the establishment’s procedures to remove, segregate, and dispose of SRMs include:

1. Has the establishment adopted procedures designed to identify the cattle to be slaughtered that are 30 months of age and older?

NOTE: If the establishment identifies in its hazard analysis that all cattle will be considered 30 months of age and older, it is not necessary for the establishment to have evidence about the proof of the age of the cattle.

2. Has the establishment adopted procedures designed to ensure the complete and proper removal of SRMs?

3. Has the establishment adopted procedures designed to ensure that SRMs are segregated from edible product?

4. Has the establishment adopted procedures designed to ensure that SRMs are disposed of in a manner that will prevent cross-contamination with edible product?

NOTE: The vertebral columns from cattle 30 months of age and older do not have to be removed during the slaughter operation. However, if they are not removed in the slaughter operation, procedures should be put in place to ensure that the vertebral columns are adequately identified as being from cattle 30 months of age and older, and that the means of identification transfers with the vertebral columns until they are appropriately disposed of as inedible.

5. Has the establishment adopted control procedures designed either (1) to not allow bone-in beef from cattle 30 months of age and older into the establishment, or (2) to ensure that such product (e.g., vertebral columns for AMR) is handled in an appropriate manner (e.g., by ensuring that SRMs are removed and disposed of appropriately)? Has the establishment implemented verification measures to ensure that the control procedures are followed?

E. If an establishment has failed to reassess its hazard analysis, the VMOs should document in a decision memorandum to the District Office (DO) the evidence to support the issuance of a Notice of Intended Enforcement Action (NOIE).

IV. VERIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR INSPECTION PROGRAM PERSONNEL

A. Inspection program personnel are to verify the proper execution of the HACCP plans or the prerequisite programs, while conducting HACCP 01 or 02 procedures as set out in FSIS Directive 5000.1, Revision 1, or while verifying the effectiveness of Sanitation SOPs under 01B or 01C procedures. Inspection program personnel are to perform the verification activities related to SRM removal in conjunction with the other food safety concerns by reviewing records (e.g., looking at HACCP monitoring records), observing plant employees performing procedures (e.g., observing plant employee performing a dentition examination), or by conducting hands-on inspection verification procedures (e.g., verify adequacy of Sanitation SOP procedures).

B. Inspection program personnel should verify that the establishment is conducting monitoring, verification, recordkeeping, and corrective actions, including reassessment as appropriate, to effectuate its HACCP plans, Sanitation SOPs, and other supporting prerequisite programs.

C. Post-mortem on-line verification duties

Head and Carcass inspection:

1. When on-line inspection program personnel perform individual carcass or head inspection and observe visible (readily identifiable) SRMs on edible portions of the product, the establishment may recondition the entire carcass or head by knife trimming.

2. On-line inspection program personnel are to notify the VMO or, if unavailable, other off-line inspection program personnel when there is evidence that an establishment's SRM control program is ineffective (for example, when repeated presentation of contaminated heads or carcasses for post-mortem inspection at the rail and head inspection station indicates failure to control SRM contamination).

3. The VMO or other off-line personnel will perform the appropriate HACCP or Sanitation SOP procedures to evaluate the process.

V. ENFORCEMENT

What enforcement actions do inspection program personnel take when finding noncompliance?

If VMOs or off-line personnel determine the process failed to prevent SRMs from adulterating product, they are to issue a NR under the appropriate procedure code and mark the appropriate trend indicator as described in FSIS Directive 5000.1, Revision 1, Chapters I (Sanitation) II (HACCP) and IV (Enforcement) and verify that the establishment takes the corrective actions required by 9 CFR 417.3(a) or (b) or 416.15. If the procedures are under a prerequisite program, inspection program personnel are to verify that the establishment reassesses the HACCP plan to determine whether the decisions made in the hazard analysis continue to support the use of the prerequisite program.

If the establishment does not properly implement procedures (e.g., recordkeeping), inspection program personnel are to issue a NR under the appropriate procedure code and mark the appropriate trend indicator as described in FSIS Directive 5000.1, Revision 1, Chapters I (Sanitation) II (HACCP) and IV (Enforcement) and verify that the establishment takes the immediate and further planned actions to correct the noncompliance.

Refer questions to the Technical Service Center.

Types of questions inspection program personnel may seek answers to while verifying that an establishment is properly executing its procedures to remove, segregate, and dispose of SRMs.

1. Is the establishment properly implementing its procedures to segregate animals 30 months of age and older?

NOTE: If the establishment identifies in its hazard analysis that all cattle will be considered 30 months of age and older, it is not necessary for the establishment to have evidence about the proof of the age of the cattle.

2. Is the establishment properly implementing its written procedures to remove, segregate, and dispose of SRMs?

3. Is the establishment cleaning and sanitizing equipment, (e.g., cleaning and sanitizing the splitting saw prior to use on cattle younger than 30 months if used after slaughtering cattle 30 months of age and older)?

4. Is the establishment maintaining daily records sufficient to document the implementation and monitoring of the procedures for the removal, segregation, and disposition of SRMs?

5. Is the establishment including documentation with the shipped products identifying them as from cattle 30 months and older? Has it considered this step in its hazard analysis? Does it have procedures to ensure that the SRMs are removed at the receiving establishment?

6. Is the establishment routinely evaluating the effectiveness of their procedures for the removal, segregation, and disposition of SRMs in preventing the use of these materials for human food?

7. If an establishment determines that its process failed to remove SRMs, inspection program personnel are to verify that the establishment implements corrective actions in accordance with 9 CFR 417.3(a) or (b) (under HACCP), 9 CFR 416.15 (under Sanitation SOPs). If the procedures are under a prerequisite program, inspection program personnel are to verify that the establishment reassesses the HACCP plan to determine whether the decisions made in the hazard analysis continue to support the use of the prerequisite program.

8. Is the establishment taking appropriate immediate and further planned action when it identifies that it failed to properly implement its procedures (e.g., recordkeeping).

/s/ Philip S. Derfler


Assistant Administrator
Office of Policy and Program Development

DISTRIBUTION: Inspection Offices; T/A Inspectors; Plant Mgt; T/A Plant Mgt; TRA; ABB; TSC, Import Offices NOTICE EXPIRES: 2-01-05 OPI: OPPD

=============================


HOW DOES USA GET RID OF MAD COW BRAIN SRMs ?

we don't incinerate, we export them for human/animal consumption to other countries;



-------- Original Message --------
Subject: USA December 2004 Exports BOVINE STATS BRAINS, HEARTS, KIDNEYS, SWEATBREADS, LIPS, OFFAL, TONGUES, AND MORE
Date: Mon, 25 Apr 2005 16:21:28 -0500
From: "Terry S. Singeltary Sr."
Reply-To: Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
To: BSE-L@LISTS.UNI-KARLSRUHE.DE


##################### Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy #####################

0206290030: BRAINS OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 37,727 33 363,222 344
Mexico 37,727 33 338,475 326
Romania 0 0 24,747 19


0206290010: HEARTS OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 581,872 418 7,564,955 5,685
Angola 0 0 211,527 46
Cambodia (Kampuchea) 0 0 22,682 60
China 0 0 49,887 36
Colombia 0 0 22,657 28
Gabon 0 0 24,947 11
Hong Kong 0 0 24,494 45
Indonesia 400,639 261 4,420,683 2,747
Italy 0 0 24,494 20
Korea 0 0 124,089 71
Mexico 181,233 157 2,494,078 2,517
Poland 0 0 47,359 20
Russia 0 0 98,058 85


0206290020: KIDNEYS OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram)


December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 303,293 175 3,009,780 1,684
Angola 0 0 60,075 15
Bahamas 0 0 11,431 8
Cayman Islands 0 0 4,450 10
China 0 0 48,988 26
Gabon 48,200 15 489,329 206
Hong Kong 0 0 48,988 26
Indonesia 0 0 47,174 17
Ivory Coast 188,414 96 1,694,772 959
Jamaica 10,546 5 78,933 37
Mexico 56,133 59 203,788 204
Moldova 0 0 295,091 166
Romania 0 0 26,761 10


0206290040: SWEATBREADS OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 0 0 95,209 83
Bulgaria 0 0 25,243 22
Ghana 0 0 0 0
Mexico 0 0 69,859 58
Netherlands 0 0 107 4


0206290050: LIPS OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 1,389,825 2,709 7,355,294 13,917
Bahamas 0 0 40,000 5
Mexico 1,386,800 2,706 7,293,673 13,895
Montserrat 0 0 18,596 15
Namibia 3,025 3 3,025 3


0206290090: OFFAL OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, NESOI, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 2,386,597 2,913 22,701,393 25,320
Antigua Barbuda 2,141 6 3,162 11
Argentina 590 4 1,044 7
Aruba 1,000 4 1,476 10
Bahamas 0 0 117,929 184
Bulgaria 0 0 315,543 301
Canada 337,392 255 3,544,821 3,347
Cayman Islands 0 0 5,350 21
China 0 0 22,185 37
Colombia 0 0 24,127 36
Cyprus 0 0 25,052 20
Denmark 0 0 46,416 25
Dominican Republic 0 0 24,086 16
Egypt 0 0 145 3
Gabon 96,208 92 316,411 271
Germany 0 0 2,545,197 554
Greece 0 0 190,564 146
Guatemala 0 0 117,362 197
Haiti 0 0 13,125 25

Haiti 0 0 13,125 25
Honduras 23,940 34 23,940 34
Hong Kong 0 0 48,343 130
Indonesia 7,470 9 640,472 249
Italy 0 0 47,849 38
Ivory Coast 192,410 184 1,133,273 1,012
Jamaica 80,703 54 124,514 86
Japan 25,094 53 432,608 2,659
Korea 0 0 23,596 25
Malaysia 97,997 48 457,516 203
Mexico 1,376,419 1,977 9,425,957 13,261
Netherlands 20,229 20 245,555 129
New Zealand 0 0 0 0
Panama 23,399 44 161,425 117
Philippines 0 0 22,184 39
Poland 0 0 805,355 477
Romania 48,988 33 1,294,879 1,191
Senegal 0 0 52,909 103
Singapore 0 0 728 3
Spain 0 0 202 4
St Christopher-Nevis 0 0 1,020 3
St Lucia 0 0 5,313 8
Switzerland 0 0 6,506 35
Taiwan 46,920 86 97,268 127
Trinidad and Tobago 0 0 38,102 84
Turks and Caicos Islands 5,697 9 6,082 13
United Kingdom 0 0 291,303 76
Uruguay 0 0 499 4


http://ita.doc.gov/td/industry/otea/Trade-Detail/Latest-Month/Exports/02/020629.html

0206100000: OFFAL OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FRESH OR CHILLED

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 149,260 308 1,312,166 2,933
Bahamas 2,174 3 6,710 6
Canada 15,265 14 115,659 129
Cayman Islands 0 0 1,312 5
China 48,988 44 48,988 44
Egypt 0 0 27,654 81
Gabon 0 0 97,462 80
Hong Kong 0 0 48,988 30
Indonesia 0 0 38,000 33
Ivory Coast 0 0 127,000 108
Kuwait 0 0 12,487 36
Mexico 82,833 247 667,881 2,070
Philippines 0 0 26,797 88
Taiwan 0 0 43,544 30
Turks and Caicos Islands 0 0 1,907 3
United Arab Emirates 0 0 47,777 190


http://ita.doc.gov/td/industry/otea/Trade-Detail/Latest-Month/Exports/02/020610.html

0206210000: TONGUES OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 432,185 755 3,479,807 6,127
Bangladesh 23,623 38 47,380 77
Honduras 15,163 28 17,105 31
Hong Kong 0 0 47,151 86
Indonesia 0 0 83,245 193
Japan 0 0 25,697 57
Kazakhstan 0 0 145,001 175
Mexico 368,562 638 3,046,441 5,384
Nicaragua 6,537 13 6,537 13
Philippines 18,300 38 61,250 111


http://ita.doc.gov/td/industry/otea/Trade-Detail/Latest-Month/Exports/02/020621.html

0206220000: LIVERS OF BOVINE ANIMALS, EDIBLE, FROZEN

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 5,712,394 4,115 55,278,021 38,020
Albania 0 0 74,863 45
Angola 24,677 22 888,634 430
Antigua Barbuda 2,682 3 5,111 5
Azerbaijan 97,471 45 633,575 324
Bahamas 1,836 3 10,561 8
Belarus 0 0 355,818 130
Belgium 488,886 295 2,998,386 1,265
Bulgaria 0 0 355,234 310
Canada 18,416 49 372,057 910
Dominican Republic 0 0 13,599 7
Ecuador 0 0 8,378 5
France 0 0 92,361 29
Georgia 0 0 243,876 170
Germany 609,187 323 2,104,312 908
Greece 0 0 149,205 87
Guatemala 0 0 19,962 11
Honduras 65,432 30 196,264 104
India 0 0 67,491 55
Indonesia 769,971 1,139 4,495,414 7,077
Iraq 0 0 48,984 21
Italy 0 0 9,002 12
Ivory Coast 0 0 24,701 8
Jamaica 170,782 137 170,782 137
Kazakhstan 0 0 868,130 762
Korea 0 0 23,593 17
Kuwait 0 0 1,560 7
Latvia 0 0 577,885 166
Liberia 0 0 24,950 16
Liechtenstein 0 0 24,369 11
Lithuania 0 0 996,660 552
Madagascar 0 0 24,494 10
Mali 0 0 49,211 40
Mexico 264,561 131 5,094,330 5,868
Moldova 249,107 125 2,743,394 1,314
Mozambique 0 0 24,093 17
Netherlands 0 0 49,520 26
Nicaragua 31,131 19 48,335 25
Philippines 24,504 14 97,948 156
Poland 1,553,201 953 23,262,526 13,113
Romania 0 0 199,072 121
Russia 0 0 544,267 225
Saudi Arabia 70,805 88 243,230 381
Senegal 0 0 285,311 302
Turkey 884,029 496 1,733,636 881
Ukraine 0 0 244,559 132
United Kingdom 362,446 235 4,709,748 1,792
Venezuela 0 0 45,360 19
Zaire 23,270 9 23,270 9


http://ita.doc.gov/td/industry/otea/Trade-Detail/Latest-Month/Exports/02/020622.html

0201203550: MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS, NESOI, CUTS WITH BONE IN, PROCESSED,
FRESH OR CHILLED

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 293,718 1,252 703,296 2,552
Anguilla 0 0 11,482 35
Aruba 0 0 4,775 24
Bahamas 19,416 50 247,589 684
Barbados 0 0 14,377 33
Bermuda 0 0 1,361 3
Cayman Islands 0 0 13,502 48
Colombia 244,578 738 244,578 738
France 6,242 368 6,700 400
Germany 1,564 48 1,564 48
Guatemala 21,918 49 21,918 49
Honduras 0 0 19,051 24
Hong Kong 0 0 14,618 76
Indonesia 0 0 1,008 3
Italy 0 0 750 6
Korea 0 0 6,023 35
Marshall Islands 0 0 37,817 121
Mexico 0 0 20,347 21
Netherlands Antilles 0 0 449 8
St Lucia 0 0 436 4
Suriname 0 0 240 4
Switzerland 0 0 2,402 81
Trinidad and Tobago 0 0 6,047 18
Turks and Caicos Islands 0 0 26,262 90


0201206000: MEAT OF BOVINE ANIMALS, CUTS WITH BONE IN, EXCEPT PROCESSED,
FRESH ORCHILLED

U.S. Domestic Exports: December 2004 and 2004 Year-to-Date,
not Seasonally Adjusted

(FAS Value, in Thousands of Dollars)
(Units of Quantity: Kilogram) December 2004 2004, through December
Quantity Value Quantity Value
.World 86,480 824 698,955 4,793
Antigua Barbuda 0 0 410 6
Bahamas 10,521 27 60,334 200
Bahrain 0 0 3,721 11
Canada 39,462 342 472,538 3,481
Chile 0 0 9,694 29
Dominican Republic 0 0 28,327 37
French Polynesia 0 0 1,596 10
Greece 0 0 2,825 16
Honduras 0 0 9,887 20
Japan 0 0 0 0
Mexico 0 0 9,189 28
Netherlands Antilles 478 8 4,250 44
Philippines 0 0 393 3
Saudi Arabia 1,053 15 22,470 102
St Lucia 0 0 372 3
Svalbard, Jan Mayen Island 34,064 430 57,812 715
Trinidad and Tobago 0 0 6,258 59
Turks and Caicos Islands 902 3 8,879 29


http://ita.doc.gov/td/industry/otea/Trade-Detail/Latest-Month/Exports/02/020120.html

Greetings,

I find it very disturbing that the USA is exporting all these products all
over the globe without proper testing for BSE/TSE. I wonder if the
consumer in these countries know what they are getting?

WHO is to say that some of these nvCJD cases are not from
imported USA product?

TSS

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