Linguistic Profiling
for Professionals



Our individuals are made up of a variety of stakeholders from academia, industry, social enterprises, NGOs and charities.

You can view our individuals below.




Ankunda Bernard


Kope Foundation

Ankunda Bernard is a social worker / agronomist training youth groups in the post conflict zones of northern Uganda with hands-on farming practices to curb down food insecurity.

Most of the member groups are women and Ankunda is pleased about their inclusion in the whole production process. 



Charles Okunya Oode


Rev Charles

Reverend Charles Okunya Oode is the Diocesan Education Co-ordinator for the Church of Uganda, Kumi Diocese which covers the jurisdiction of four districts in North-Eastern Uganda. 

He is principal of a theological college as well as being a board member of four institutions including MIDA, a charity that supports and enables sustainable entrepreneurship for rural women through farming and other projects. 

Charles oversees 133 primary schools and 13 post primary schools. He is an advocate of girls in education and actively seeks means of ensuring girls stay in school, including numerous projects promoting health and well-being, including menstrual hygiene education. 

In 2019 he was awarded a certificate of recognition for spearheading education and women’s empowerment. Reverend Charles’s passion, hard work, and determination has tirelessly been channelled into helping the children and needy in his community, where he is held in high esteem as a positive role model and inspirational leader. 




Elliot Orizaarwa Bakuru Tumwijukye


Elliot Orizaarwa Bakuru Tumwijukye

Elliot is a Ugandan, founder and Executive Director of  Women and Girl Child Development Association (WEGCDA). 

She funded the coalition on Girls empowerment (COGE) and has been a board member of the National association of women organisations in Uganda (NAWOU). She is also Vice chairperson of Civil Society Budget Advocacy Group (CSBAG) and is a founder and partner with the African Gender and Equity Hub (AGE-H). Elliot is also a member of international association of facilitators (IAF).

Elliot is a national trainer in Gender and equity budgeting of Uganda, Budget assessor with the Equal opportunities commission (EOC), Member of Gender and leadership network, a human rights defender of defenders and a transformational advocate and policy influencer. She has wider experience and expertise in Gender and development with a passion for social economic empowerment of women and girls. Since 1999 Elliot has worked with women and girls development and policy analysis with a stronger experience of inputting the gender perspective.

Elliot has a master’s fellow in women and gender studies from Makerere University, holds Bachelor’s degree in Development studies of Nkumba University, a Diploma in business studies from Makerere University, a Business diploma in Environment Management and a diploma in microfinance of Institute of Bankers.

Over 19 years of experience on gender budget analysis work and other related policies, organisational development and sustainability. Elliot is a national gender and Equity budgeting facilitator and one of the equal opportunities assessors for local and national budget frameworks for gender compliance. She is passionate about woman and Girls activism and a tax justice campaigner. 


Eunice Lumallas

Eunice Lumallas

Eunice Lumallas practices alternatives to court mechanisms in resolution of disputes (Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and  trial advocacy; a passionate arbitrator practicing both domestic and international arbitration, a (fellow) with the chartered institute of arbitrators, sitting in the Kenyan Branch Commmitee as a representative as well as the business development committee Chairperson, an arbitrator with the Kigali International Arbitration Centre  (KIAC) and Nairobi Centre for International arbitration (NCIA) panels, a mediator, tutor and trainer of Arbitration and mediation with a Masters in Public International Law.

Party Representative and advisor in Dispute Resolution Tribunals and Courts. A Member of Federation of Women Lawyers (Kenya), Board Member of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb UK), SkipperSeil Limited (K), Council Member of the Association of Professional Societies in East Africa (APSEA) and a member of Women on Boards Network Association.  Partner with the firm of Lumallas, Achieng’ & Kavere (LAK) Advocates which is Headquartered in Nairobi Kenya.



Grace Olive Musingo Nabuduwa

Grace Nabuduwa


Grace Nabuduwa holds a Master of Education degree and post graduate Diploma in Human resource management. She is currently a head teacher of Ngora Girls SS in Ngora District in Uganda. She has taught for nearly 30 years in various schools at secondary level impacting young girls and boys to shape their future.

She is involved in issues of women and girls and helps to inspire youth in schools through the power of education to transform individuals and society.

She is an iEARN educator (International Educational and Resource Network) promoting international education through school collaborative project based on Sustainable Development Goals- SDGs using technology. She is passionate about girls education since coming from a poor background education has given her leverage to rise from obscurity.

She is involved in voicing the challenges that affect girls’ education through a project at school called Girls Voices where girls amplify their dreams and obstacles to education using media. The girls communicate to their audience using photography and videos. One photo speaks 1000 words. Grace also trains girls in media creation.

She is collaborating with other organizations and associations like GirlsforGirls aimed at mentoring girls and women into leadership.



Grace Regina Akullu



Grace Regina Akullu is a community Development practitioner with experience in training and research in the fields of Gender, child protection, Evidence-based planning for development, adult learning, peace building and transformational leadership. 

For 11 years, she has been working in the community with proven ability, knowledge and skills in communication and Advocacy in the war ravaged Northern Uganda. She trains leaders in conflict resolution and mediation, team building within organizations, research and surveys on War affected women and youth, project design and implementation for entrepreneurs.

She has served with Local government as a Senior Community Development Officer focusing on Gender, Culture and Development and a co- founder of the Grail consultancy. She is currently a Program Officer at Institute for Social Transformation championing the design, planning, implementation and review of projects that facilitates empowerment of women entrepreneurs in business, finance, gender and leadership. 

As a facilitator and trainer using Paul Freire’s methodology of Adult Education and transformative learning, Regina has participated in designing National training manuals and has trained Para-social workers and Community Leaders in leadership, gender, child protection and Comprehensive Sexuality education for youth. 

Regina holds a Bachelors degree in Development studies, PGDs in Development Education through Training for Transformation awarded by Kimmage Development Study Centre and Public Administration and Management from Uganda Management Institute. She also has a PGD in Peace and strategic studies from Gulu University and is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Local Governance and Human Rights at Uganda Martyrs University.




Gorett Komurembe

Gorett Komurembe

Gorett Komurembe is a Gender and Development specialist. She holds Masters Degree in Gender studies, a Bachelors Degree in Humanities with a bias in Gender and Development and a post graduate Diploma in Education. Ms. Komurembe has over 10 years of experience in project planning and management; GBV programming; Gender analysis; SASA methodology to VAW and HIV prevention; human rights and governance; Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC); Risk and Disaster Management and Results Based Management. She has undertaken advanced courses in Peace Building and Conflict Transformation; Research, Monitoring and Evaluation; Human Rights and Good Governance. Komurembe is a social justice worker, committed to equality, dignity and fairness. She has developed training materials, conducted research on different aspects of development. Komurembe has worked with Civil Society organizations, government institutions like Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, Local Government Structures and Uganda Police Force on women’s human rights issues including SGBV programming. Komurembe has clear understanding of legal and policy frameworks that protect and promote women’s rights including UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820 on Women, Peace and Security; the Convention on Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women, The Beijing Platform for Action, Sustainable Development Goals especially Goal 5 and 16 that relate much on protecting women and girls from violence and abuse. 

Komurembe is currently a coordinator of  Ending Violence against Women and Girls Programme at Communication for Development Foundation Uganda (CDFU), a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that specializes in Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) for health and development focusing on a range of areas including reproductive health, malaria, maternal and child health, HIV & AIDS, prevention of Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG)/Gender Based Violence (GBV), improved hygiene through hand washing with soap, Civic Education and financial literacy. Komurembe is a co-founder of Coalition for Action on 1325, a member of Uganda Feminist Forum and Language, Gender and Leadership Global Network that have provided opportunities for learning and sharing information.






Helen Kezie-Nwoha is the Executive Director of   Isis-WICCE. With an academic background in gender and international development and over 18 years’ experience working on women’s rights, gender, peace building and conflict resolution and governance, and women’s leadership in peace building and post conflict reconstruction. She has led regional and international training and research programs and advocacy on Peace and security in Africa (Liberia, South Sudan, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leonne and Burundi) and Asia. She has also provided technical support for peace mediation engagements by women activists in Burundi and Democratic Republic of Congo. Helen is a member of the African Women’s Mediators Network – FEMWISE and a member of the steering committee of the Gender Is My Agenda Campaign at the African Union; a network of over 55 African women’s organizations advocating for gender mainstreaming at the African Union. 

She has co-authored the following publications; Standing Firm, Reclaiming Civic Space. Sur International Journal of Human Rights (2017); Sustainable Development Goal 16: The Challenges of Sustaining Peace in Places of Crises (2017); Making Gender-Just Remedy and Reparation Possible: Upholding the Rights of Women and Girls in the Greater North of Uganda (2013); Women’s Participation in Post Conflict Reconstruction: The case of Burundi, Liberia and Sierra Leone. (2013); Policy Brief on Gaps between Policy and the Reproductive Health needs of Women, December 2011; and Policy Brief on Addressing Women’s Post Conflict Needs in Uganda, 2012.


Hope Nankunda

Hope Nankunda


Hope Nankunda is the founder and director of    Raising Teenagers. A non-governmental organisation founded in 2014 with the purpose of empowering the girl child in Uganda. The organisation creates safe spaces for adolescents where they can discuss and debate issues affecting them. It focuses on building skills and knowledge on assertiveness, communication skills, menstrual hygiene management, reproductive health, and also provides career guidance and counselling services.   



Irene Nakasolya


Irene Nakasolya is a gender and human rights activist who coordinates the East Africa Human Rights Programme (EAHRP). She coordinates the activities in East African Countries as well as all the alumni of the programme in the region. She also formed a CBO called the Rights Empowerment Programme where she focuses on empowering the rural women with knowledge about their rights economically, socially since these inhibit their potential. 

Irene has previously worked with Action for Rural Women’s Empowerment as the Executive Director. She interacted with women which increased her passion for helping women through their struggles. Originally trained as a teacher with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, her passion for gender and human rights compelled her to upgrade to a Masters of Arts in Gender Studies from Makerere University Kampala. 

Irene was raised by a single mother who was a tailor in the slums of Kampala. She witnessed her mother’s struggles to raise her with her 5 siblings. This further increased her passion for the gender agenda. She is very sensitive to gendered ideologies, women’s rights and takes the values of human rights as her personal values.   



Laura T Murphy

Laura Murphy


Laura Murphy is Professor of Human Rights and Modern Slavery at the Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice at Sheffield Hallam University (UK). She was a British Academy Fellow at University of Nottingham in 2018-2019, and the John G. Medlin Fellow at the National Humanities Center in 2017-2018.

She is the author of The New Slave Narrative: The Battle over Representations of Contemporary Slavery (Columbia University Press, 2019), and editor of Survivors of Slavery: Modern-Day Slave Narratives (Columbia University Press, 2014). She is currently working on a book about a 2002 slave revolt in India for Columbia Global Reports. 

Her research on the intersection of homeless youth and human trafficking provided a four-pronged victim-centered community blueprint for how service providers can best assist youth at risk of trafficking, based on interviews with over 600 homeless youth in the U.S. and Canada. She serves as a subject matter expert in the field of human trafficking for the U.S. Office of Victims of Crime and the Administration of Children and Families. She is also the chair of the research committee of HEAL, an organization dedicated to providing a public health lens to the field of human trafficking.

In addition to her academic presentations, she is a sought-after trainer and public speaker who has educated and motivated thousands of community activists, students, law enforcement officers, service providers, and medical professionals to employ a trauma-informed response to serve the needs of survivors of trafficking and contemporary slavery. As a consultant, she provides stakeholders assistance with community-based research, curriculum design, evaluations, and awareness projects in the field of modern slavery, human trafficking, and other social justice issues.   



Pauline Magawi

Pauline Magawi


Pauline Magawi is a Gender Advisor responsible for providing strategic and technical advice to the Resident Coordinator and the United Nations Country Team to strengthen the work of the UN in Kenya on Gender Equality.

Prior to her appointment, she worked for 8 years with the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) Regional Office for East and Southern Africa, and the United Nations Development Programme, focusing on addressing women’s leadership and peace and security issues in Somalia.

Pauline’s previous positions included conducting social and market research in Francophone Africa, supporting research and monitoring of sexual reproductive health and rights interventions implemented by the International Planned Parenthood Federation in the Africa Region. Pauline holds a Master of Arts degree in Population Studies from the University of Nairobi. 




Sally Squires

Sally Squires

Sally Squires has taught children from the ages of 3 – 18 in Norwich, London, Oxford and Nottingham over the last 22 years. She is currently the Assistant Head Teacher of a large Infant School in Nottingham. Sally has trained over 300 teachers in the UK, Uganda and Kenya in active learning, using discussions through giving each child a voice, group work and promoting gender equality in the classroom.

Since visiting rural Uganda in 2016 Sally has founded and chaired The Mustard Seed Project (Uganda). A key objective of the charity is to help Ugandan girls access education, and to help empower rural women through enterprise and business initiatives. 




Stella Jerop Chebii

Dr. Stella Jerop Chebii

Dr Stella Jerop Chebii is a 41 year old  scholar  from Kenya with a PhD in Communication studies and a Masters of Arts in Linguistics.

Currently a Lecturer of Gender and Communication at Moi University in the Department of Communication Studies. 

Dr Chebii is also a member of the Soroptimist international, a global voice for empowerment of women and girls.  



Sylivia Kyomuhendo

Sylivia Kyomuhendo

Sylivia Kyomuhendo is currently the Programs Director of the Initiative for the Transformation of Rural Women and Girls (ITRUW) an Indigenous Organization aimed at contributing to changing the life conditions of marginalized groups of persons in rural and low resourced areas in Uganda’ Also a Co-founder of 70+ Old Age Initiative –Uganda. She is a Gender, Human rights and development professional, with a strong background in Education, Social work and Adult literacy and Empowerment in which she holds a degree in Social Sciences of Makerere University, Diploma in Community Development Education of Kimmage Centre in Ireland and Diploma in education secondary/DES of Kyambogo University. In addition, she also pursued other post graduate and capacity building certificate training courses which include; a Post Graduate Certificate in Research methods & Writing skills and a Certificate in Administrative Law.Sylivia has an over 10 years’ continuous experience serving at the different levels of organizations both governmental and largely in civil society in different capacities as; a senior, middle level and junior officer and in the key fields of; Gender, Human Rights, HIV/AIDs, livelihoods and economic empowerment, Policy Advocacy and Media engagement, good governance, democracy and Human rights and Adult Literacy and groups empowerment.She has a great passion for the most disadvantaged groups in society i.e. women, girls, elderly persons, and PWDs who are disproportionately affected by the various social economic, cultural and political shocks in their lives and driven to work and contribute to their empowerment while Journeying with them to transit from their negative feelings of powerlessness, apathy, ignorance and silence, as she ensures that they are enabled to lead their journeys to self- determination. Sylivia is also a committee member to the Coalition on Girls Empowerment (COGE) and an Alumni to the World’s famous Training for Transformation – A community Development Education methodology adopted from Paulo Freire. Sylivia is also A Trainer and A Coach on the Project of Adult Learning and Community’ Groups Empowerment   being Implemented in Wakiso in which she mentors Group Facilitators and monitors the ongoing groups formation and empowerment activities in the District. This project is aimed at building a Cadre of vibrant leaders from the grassroots through transformational learning and empowerment of local communities.Sylivia also has time and space to build the self, family and contribute to her community wellbeing, she is therefore a very active member in her own community where she takes social responsibility as a duty and therefore participates actively in community activities and community networking. She is also a member of Twagalane Development Group a local community Association of 50 members and the brain behind the formation of the Community Neighbours and Families Network(CNFN) which is still in its infant stages for establishment where she serves as Advisor.  


Veronica Ayobo

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Veronica Ayobo is passionate about gender equality activities and research. She has been engaged in training and teaching gender issues at Uganda Martyrs University in the past years before she embarked on furthering her studies in women and gender studies at the School of women and Gender studies; Makerere University Kampala, Uganda. 

Her involvement in the Language, Gender and Leadership Network was at conference in Kampala in 2018 as a post graduate student. She was inspired by the stories and life changing experiences shared during the conference by different actors who worked to change lives of women and girls within their capacities as individuals and organizations and some of their beneficiaries who were present. Veronica was truly was touched and was motivated to do something practical as well. Immediately after she graduated she joined Youth and Women for opportunities Uganda (YWOU) a community based organization in Teso Sub region based in Eastern Uganda. They provide life skills to girls in schools, train girls and women on how to make re-usable pads to earn income and for personal use, connect children from vulnerable homes to scholarship opportunities, source for funds to engage women and female youth in sustainable income generating activities for improved livelihoods; provide access to clean water and solar among rural communities. Besides this, Veronica hopes to engage in advocacy research on gender based issues to evoke policy action. 


Hardlyne Lusui


Hardlyne Lusui is an energetic, ambitious lady who has developed a mature and responsible approach to any task that she undertakes, or situation that she is presented with. As a graduate with seven years’ experience in Banking and three years in Marketing and agribusiness, she is excellent in working with particularly women and youth towards ensuring their empowerment.

Hardlyne is currently the Chief Executive Officer of World Poles Co. Ltd (starting March 2019) and a non-executive Director of Consolidated Bank of Kenya Limited (a national appointment from December 2018).


Tabitha Wacera

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Tabitha Wacera, Founder, Sustainable Water 

Msc Sustainable Energy Engineering

University of Nottingham





Annie Clayton 

Annie Clayton Enactus photo 

I am a third year student at the university of Nottingham studying English, and am the president of Enactus Nottingham. I joined Enactus just over a year ago and have been part of a local Enactus business called Foodprint, which tackles the issues of food poverty and food waste in Nottingham, before joining the competing team for the Enactus National Expo the Enactus World Cup competition. Enactus has changed my view on how individuals can have a real positive impact on environmental and social issues both locally and internationally.





Louise Mullany 

Louise Mullany

Professor of Sociolinguistics. Director, Linguistic Profiling for Professionals, University of Nottingham, UK.

Professor Louise Mullany specialises in investigations of gender and language in professional settings in global contexts, including businesses, politics, healthcare and the mass media.

She is principal Investigator of the Language, Gender and Leadership Network, funded by the UK-based Arts and Humanities Research Council. She has published widely and book publications include Language, Gender and Feminism: Theory, Methodology and Practice, (with Sara Mills, Routledge) and Gendered Discourse in the Professional Workplace (Palgrave Macmillan). Forthcoming books include the edited collection Professional Communication: Consultancy, Advocacy, Activism and The Sociolinguistics of Gender in Public Life, both with Springer Palgrave. 

She is Founder and Director of Linguistic Profiling for Professionals (LiPP), a research consultancy and business unit delivering linguistic communications analysis to public, private and third sectors, including charities and NGOs. One of the core strands of LiPP is engagement in research, consultancy and training in equality, diversity and inclusion. Professor Mullany has worked with various stakeholders and organisations to address a range of contemporary issues related to language and leadership in order to bring about organisational and social change. She has successfully delivered research-based consultancy and training to over 300 businesses and organisations, from SMEs through to large multinationals.  

She is currently also Co-Investigator on an Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council grant, investigating recruitment language and digital discrimination experienced by non-traditional groups in Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine (2018-2020). She has also received research funding from the European Regional Development Fund, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Economic and Social Sciences Research Council, the British Academy and the UK’s Higher Education Innovation Fund. She has presented her professional communication research in a number of global locations including New Zealand, Hong Kong, Canada, China, Brazil, Argentina, Poland, Spain, Kenya and Uganda. 




Masibo Lumala Masibo Lumala

Dr Masibo Lumala holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics (Inter-Personal Communication), a MA both from the University of Nottingham, UK; and a BEd from Moi University.  

On completion of his PhD Masibo returned to Kenya where he and his wife converted their home into a school for poor children, orphans, and those displaced by the violence from the Mt. Elgon Region. Aptly named Upendo Junior School, the school seeks to provide access to quality education in a loving environment for the local children. Masibo hopes to set up an ICT Hub at Upendo for all local children -boys and girls- to acquire the much needed ICT skills.

Currently, Masibo is a Senior Lecturer at Moi University’s Department of Communication Studies, where he specializes in Gender, Communication, Writing for Public Relations and Strategic Corporate Media Relations. He is also actively involved in Advocacy and Campaigns and has successfully supervised a number of Masters and PhD students, most of researched on gender, media and politics in Kenya.

Masibo is passionate about gender equality. He is currently a Co-Investigator with the AHRC Funded project under the Language, Gender and Leadership Network. He is currently researching on Gender Stereotypes among teenagers in Kenyan secondary schools.

As part of his gender equality campaign, Masibo has presented a number of papers at conferences with the most recent being the launch of the Gazelle Fountain founded by Mrs. Tabitha Karanja to support women leaders. He was one of the keynote speakers during the 2016 Women on Boards Kenya Conference in Naivasha and was also a keynote speaker and the only male attendee during the Uganda Women in Public Service Training in Kabale, Uganda in March 2015!

Masibo is the PhD External Examiner at the Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia, and is actively involved in consultancy work. He writes for the local newspapers, is very active on social media especially Facebook and Twitter where he articulates his stand on a number of issues of national interest.

Dr. Masibo is the University of Nottingham’s 2009 Alumni Laureate Award Winner. He also recently won the 2019 Kenya National Eminent Leaders Award for Diversity and Inclusion. He strongly believes that education should help solve real problems around us such gender inequalities, poverty, disease and corruption. 






Rita Atukwasa

Rita Atukwasa


Executive Director at the Institute for Social Transformation (IST) a women’s rights Non-Government Organization in Uganda.  

Rita Atukwasa served in the Parliament of Uganda as the Chief Executive Officer with the Uganda Women’s Parliamentary Association. Adroit at programming, and building networks, policy influence for positive change among marginalized women/girls. She did her undergraduate studies at Makerere University, Post Graduate at Kimmage Centre in Ireland, and Uganda Management Institute pursuing PGD in Gender and Community Development, Public Policy and Governance respectively. Currently she is a student pursuing a Masters in Management Science at Uganda Management Institute. 

A fervent Gender activist, Public Policy Analyst, development educator with 15 years’ experience of promoting social and gender justice. Rita has impacted gender mainstreaming in legislative drafting, policy influence and advocacy, women’s political participation and peace processes, Sexual and Gender Based Violence, women’s rights, HIV/AIDS programs, and training in transformative leadership to bring out the invincible voices of women and girls. A lead team member in organizing the Women Situation Room (WSR) in Uganda to champion peace processes before during and after elections, establishing the first women led election observers in Uganda. 

Rita is part of the International network of Training for Transformation and a mentor for young women and has directly mentored over 40 young girls into leadership. She is a trainer, a peace mediator trained by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research, and passionate about women making money and fairness for all. 


Roshni Mooneeram

Roshni Mooneeram

Senior people development consultant / EDI consultant

Honorary Associate Professor of Sociolinguistics / EDI Specialist, University of Nottingham

Dr Roshni Mooneram’s key areas of expertise lie in the interface between research, people development and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) policy in the corporate and public sectors. She is also a leadership coach and mentor.  

During her early academic career, she lectured at Birmingham City University, then co-founded and directed the Division of English Studies and the Centre for Research in Applied Linguistics at the University of Nottingham in China. She has a career history of leading people development strategies, creating inclusive curricula, and knowledge exchange in international organisations. 

Since leaving conventional academia, she has specialised in establishing positive learning environments and operational programmes across diverse global industries (such as Accenture and HSBC) that demand keen business, commercial, financial, and technology acumen to succeed. She also has expertise in driving (cultural) change in the public and corporate spheres and maximising performance to achieve organisational values, vision and business objectives. She incorporates evidence-based, bold and disruptive approaches to effectively challenge and engage cross-functional teams and communities. She draws from the latest research in neuroscience to create bespoke leadership development journeys for the future workplace. 

She is an EDI policy advisor to public stakeholders and industry leaders. She is currently completing a report for the University of Nottingham to advise on how it might harness its EDI related research to influence policy in this area. 

She is a Tedx-Talker, a columnist, a creative writer, and a traveller.





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