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Dolphins new offense asks a lot of Tannehill (and others)

Ryan Tannehill played 51 games (19 in college and 32 with the Dolphins) under the old Mike Sherman offense. It was so familiar to him that, as a rookie, he often helped veterans on the Dolphins learn the nuances of it. It was comfortable for him. It was home for him.

The new offense coordinator Bill Lazor is installing for the Dolphins leaves Tannehill just as unfamiliar with the scheme as any other player and perhaps less than some players more familiar with variances of it. Rookie Jarvis Landry, for example, says he ran the same Dolphins plays at Louisiana State under former Dolphins head coach Cam Cameron, who is now the LSU offensive coordinator.

So Tannehill has work to do and, clearly, his abilities on the field and work ethic and ability to digest information off it will be tested in the run up to the regular season.

Can he get it all down and be proficient quickly after coasting in the knowledge of the old scheme the past few years?

 “I think so," Tannehill said. "I think we already have a baseline of going through it just the beginning stages at this point.  There’s still a learning curve.  It’s not going to come overnight.  It’s going to take some time not just for me but for all of our guys.  The receivers are running routes that they haven’t run before doing adjustments that we haven’t done before, so there’s going to be a learning curve but that’s what this time is for.  This spring practice that we have, everyone here, it’s getting better when they have to be here because we’ll have a full camp here.

"t’s a learning process.  We’re doing some different things in the backfield that we haven’t done before.  We’ve been doing it on air but it’s completely different when you throw a lot of defense out there then you’re trying to process a lot more information so it’s the fun process.  I’m exciting to get in and watch the tape and see the mistakes I made and how I can correct them.  But that’s what this time is for and I’m just excited that we have this time, that we’re able to get everyone out here, have all the receivers out here that are healthy working and just start building that chemistry just a little bit so when the ball comes we are ready."

About those receiver running routes and making adjustments they haven't done before ...

One of the complaints I had about Sherman's offense last year was there was hardly any motion used to help receivers get free of coverages. Indeed, receivers often lined up in the same place play after play as a so-called strategy.

Not so with Miami's new offense. Receivers will be in motion a lot.  There will be five players in the pass pattern a lot -- that coming in multiple combinations such as two WRs, two TEs and a RB or 3 WRs, a TE and a RB. And most of the time, receivers will have options on their routes.

This Dolphins offense places a premium on speed that the so-called West Coast offense of the past couple of years did not. Mike Wallace is happy about that. This offense requires a strong-armed QB and Tannehill fills that need well. The offense also relies a lot on timing. Tannehill will often be throwing to a spot and expect the WR to be there.

That can be good as it will get the ball out quickly. But that can also be problematic if the receiver and quarterback are not in synch, as sometimes happens when things are new.

The new scheme also requires Tannehill to fix the deep ball accuracy issue of the past because otherwise the long ball -- and the offense often looks long first and then works back -- is of no effect.

So the chemistry between Tannehill and Wallace is a bigger deal than last year.

 “Well it’s big. It’s big time," Tannehill agreed. "I think that’s one thing you looked at from last year is just connecting more.  Not only on deep balls but just connecting more on every run and he’s been here working in the offseason and putting forth a lot of effort and that’s exciting from a veteran guy like that who’s been in other organizations that maybe haven’t had the same offseason type program that we have.  For him to come here and be working this year it’s exciting."

Much work needs done on this. During Tuesday's OTA session, Tannehill tried one deep pass to an open Wallace that I saw. He overthrew it. So the issue isn't exactly fixed yet.

Look for a lot of inside running out of the new Dolphins offense -- something that might give Daniel Thomas more of a shot at making the team than even I previously thought because he's the biggest back on the team. (Yeah, I'm still not convinced he's it. He's had three seasons and shown very little. I doubt suddenly he has an epiphany in Year Four and becomes John Riggins.)

The Dolphins' new offense places a big demand on the tight end. It was out of this kind of offense that Kellen Winslow Sr. and Tony Gonzalez and Antonio Gates gained prominence. Is Charles Clay, coming off a breakout season, ready to take another big and significant step in his development?

The Dolphins used a lot of double tight end formations at Tuesday's OTA so are Michael Egnew and Dion Sims ready to become factors? (Rookie Arthur Lynch is nursing some sort of injury that seems minor.)

The possiblities are grand. But the possibilities for a grand disappointment also exists. Remember that Cameron's version of this same offense didn't exactly lead to a great season in 2007.

"It’s fun. Just the way things turned out last year wasn’t what we were looking for," Tannehill said. "Personally, from a team standpoint, from an offensive standpoint, to come out, kind of have a fresh start, new identity, new offense with really talented players across the board.  You know you look at our roster, especially on the offensive side of the ball, you see a stacked receiver room.  Brought in Knowshon  (Moreno) in the backfield.  The guys up front that we brought in are really talented players and I’m just excited I get to play with them."

 

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Oscar
rich kotite
wold have 2 with that
hof team

And 2 watt, when confronted, transformed into Home immediately.

Shula would never have Pouncey on his team.

lol
yeah
oscar

If Home-o hasn't displayed his uteer retardation up to this point. He opened the door wide open @330. Wow.

Home-o=dashi=odin=sam=marco

lol
C'mon suckers!

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MENU
FAVORITES‎
$13.00
Ultimate Cosmo
Stoli citros, grand marnier and red cranberry juice with fresh lime
$13.00
French Martini
American harvest, chambord liqueur, and pineapple juice
$14.00
Lychee Martini
Stoli peachik, lychee syrup and white sangria
$14.00
Green Pear-Apple Martini
Grey goose la poire, green sour apple and splash of midori
$14.00
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Stoli citros with pama liqueur and fresh citrus juices
$13.00
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Stoli vanilla, amaretto,‎ sour apple and cranberry juice
$14.00
Red Sangria Martini
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$12.00
White Sangria
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$13.00
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Three olives triple espresso, espresso and amaretto
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$12.00
Classic Mojito
Bacardi superior, fresh mint, fresh lime and splash of soda
$13.00
Dragon Berry Mojito
With dragon berry bacardi and fresh muddled strawberries
$11.00
Dark Side Mojito
Botran 8yr. Aged rum, fresh mint and basil
MARGARITA BAR
$13.00
Perfect Margarita
Sauza blue silver with fresh orange, lemon and lime juices and grand marnier
$13.00
Coco-Rita
1800 coconut tequila, muddled pineapple and fresh citrus juices
$14.00
Master Rita
Maestro dobel and agavero with agave nectar and fresh lime and lemon juices
CLASSICS WITH A TWIST‎
$16.00
Perfect Martini
Hendricks chilled to perfection, served with speared olives
$16.00
Belvedere Classic
Belvedere straight up with hand stuffed gorgonzola olives, dry or dirty
$14.00
Bombay Sapphire
Bombay sapphire with fresh basil and domaine canton
$13.00
Whiskey Sour
Jack Daniel's single barrel, fresh lemon and lime juice with pama liqueur
$14.00
Manhattan
Maker's mark, sweet vermouth and bitters
$15.00
Old Fashioned
Woodford reserve muddled with black cherries and orange
$13.00
Bombay Collins
Bombay sapphire, fresh citrus and a splash of soda
WHISKEY & BOURBON
$13.00
Basil Hayden's
8 year
$14.00
Blanton's Original
Single barrel bourbon whiskey
$12.00
Booker's
$11.00
Buffalo Trace
$11.00
Eagle Rare
Single barrel bourbon whiskey
$12.00
Gentleman Jack
$14.00
Jack Daniel's
Single Barre
$10.00
Jim Beam
$14.00
Knob Creek
$12.00
Maker's Mark
$10.00
Wild Turkey
$13.00
Woodford Reserve
$12.00
Crown Royal
$10.00
Cutty Stark
$10.00
Jameson
Rarest vintage reserve‎
SCOTCH
$14.00
Chivas Regal 12 Year
$17.00
Dewar's 18 Year
$11.00
Dewar's
Highlander honey
$14.00
Johnnie Walker
Black label
$40.00
Johnnie Walker
Blue label
$12.00
Pinch 15 Year
$14.00
Black Grouse 10 Year
$14.00
Buchanan's 12 Year
SINGLE MALTS‎
Highlands
Sweet and Spicy
$14.00
Glenmorangie 10 Year
$14.00
Highland Park 12 Year
$14.00
Dalwhinnie 15 Year
LOWLANDS
Soft and light
$15.00
Glenkinchie 12 Year
ISLAY
Peated and smoky
$17.00
Lagavulin 16 Year
SPEYSIDE
Elegant, complex and floral
$15.00
Balvenie 12 Year
$14.00
Glenfiddich 12 Year
$16.00
Glenfiddich 15 Year
$15.00
Glenlivet 12 Year
$15.00
Macallan 12 Year
$33.00
Macallan 18 Year
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Yuengling
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$6.00
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SPARKLING
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Size
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WHITE
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Glass $11 Bottle $42
Saint M, Riesling, Germany
Size
Glass $12 Bottle $46
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Glass $12 Bottle $46
Conundrum, White Blend, California
Size
Glass $13 Bottle $51
Santa Margherita, Pinot Grigio, Alto Adige
Size
Glass $17 Bottle $63
Banfi, Pinot Grigio, "Le Rime" Tuscany
Size
Glass $10 Bottle $38
Nxnw, Chardonnay, Horse Heaven Hills, Oregon
Size
Glass $11 Bottle $40
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Glass $13 Bottle $50
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Size
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Size
Glass $13 Bottle $51
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Size
Glass $10 Bottle $39
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Size
Glass $13 Bottle $51
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Glass $11 Bottle $42
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Size
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Size
Glass $14 Bottle $54
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Glass $11 Bottle $42
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Size
Glass $14 Bottle $54
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Size
Glass $18 Bottle $67
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$12.00
Lobster Bisque
Traditional bisque with lobster meat, sour cream and sherry
$9.00
French Onion Soup
Caramelized onions in a rich beef broth with gruyere, provolone and parmesan cheese
$14.00
Blackened Sea Scallops
Served on pineapple-mango salsa with agave nectar
$15.00
Shrimp Cocktail
Large gulf shrimp with spicy cocktail sauce, remoulade and lemon
$17.00
BBQ Shrimp
Stuffed with basil, wrapped in applewood bacon with tangy BBQ sauce
$17.00
Blackened Tenderloin Tips
Seared with cajun spices, served with béarnaise and BBQ sauce
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Seared Ahi Tuna
Seared rare with sweet and sour asian sauce, pickled ginger and wasabi cream
$27.00
Shellfish Trio
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$17.00
Jumbo Lump Crab Cake
Pan-seared, remoulade sauce and lemon
$12.00
Calamari “Fries”
Lightly breaded, flash fried, served with tomato coulis and mustard aioli
Market
Stone Crabs (Seasonal)
Served by the piece with mustard sauce and lemon
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$9.00
Shula's House Salad
Romaine, baby greens, seasonal vegetables and choice of dressing
$9.00
Caesar Salad
Romaine hearts, sourdough croutons, parmesan cheese and caesar dressing
$9.00
Tomato and Fresh Mozzarella Chop
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$9.00
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Iceberg, ripe tomatoes, applewood bacon, red and green onions with blue cheese dressing
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Daily Market Fish
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$34.00
Pan-Seared Sea Scallops
Roasted corn, bacon, asparagus and truffle oil
$37.00
Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes
Pan seared, remoulade and lemon
$29.00
French Cut Chicken Breast
Roasted garlic and peppercorn sauce
$37.00
Lamb Porterhouse
Red wine-mint demi
Market
Stone Crabs (Seasonal)
Mustard sauce and lemon
$59.00
Twin Lobster Tails
Drawn butter and lemon
$64.00
Surf and Turf
Béarnaise, drawn butter and lemon
$49.00
Filet Oscar
Jumbo lump crab, hollandaise and asparagus
$44.00
Steak Mary Anne
Two 5 oz. Filets with cognac-peppercorn sauce
Market
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Prime rib
Yorkshire pudding and au jus
Size
16 oz $39 24 oz $42
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$43.00
8 Oz. Filet Mignon
Sauce
Red wine-herb demi Peppercorn sauce Béarnaise sauce Red pepper chimichurri
Extra
Lobster tail +$27
$47.00
12 Oz. Filet Mignon
Sauce
Red wine-herb demi Peppercorn sauce Béarnaise sauce Red pepper chimichurri
Extra
Lobster tail +$27
$42.00
16 Oz. New York Strip
Sauce
Red wine-herb demi Peppercorn sauce Béarnaise sauce Red pepper chimichurri
Extra
Lobster tail +$27
$43.00
20 Oz. Kansas City Strip
Sauce
Red wine-herb demi Peppercorn sauce Béarnaise sauce Red pepper chimichurri
Extra
Lobster tail +$27
$43.00
22 Oz. Cowboy Ribeye
Sauce
Red wine-herb demi Peppercorn sauce Béarnaise sauce Red pepper chimichurri
Extra
Lobster tail +$27
$44.00
24 Oz. Porterhouse
Sauce
Red wine-herb demi Peppercorn sauce Béarnaise sauce Red pepper chimichurri
Extra
Lobster tail +$27

Oscar
2 watt
is not the only true phan
who hates the present day
dolphins qb
.
lol

9
bux
4 a slice of tomato
.
lol

so (2) Florida lobster (tails only)

$64 plus tax and tip
= $75.00

if u want a a bowl of onion broth that's another 10 bucks

salad add another 20 bucks

potato add another 8 bucks

Thanks Don Shula

U freakin scam dog!

Reel

Thanks a lot now I'm hungry. I think I'll go to Shula's for dinner, so your plan backfired! LMAO

Shula's makes a d a m n fine steak son...betta recanize!

That menu is making me hungry as well. I think I might hit up Shula's this weekend!

Dusty it doesn't make sound smart when you say Tannehill is the worst starter in the NFL. Would you rather have Geno Smith and his 66.5 passer rating starting for the Fins, or Brandon Weedon and his 70.3, or Matt Schaub and his 73 or Chad Henne and his 76.5, or Jason Campbell and his 76.9 or EJ Manual and 77.7, or Christian Ponder and 77.9, or Matt Cassel and 81.6. Really the worst QB, come on, really really.

lol
It's good no doubt

Butt
expect to drop $150 per person w a couple drinks

I might just order two entrees because I'm wasteful and enjoy overpaying for things.

Wow sounds like Home is too poor to go out for a nice meal, that's too bad, but explainable because he can't possibly have a job.

and you fools cant afford 150 on unemployment

but I know I can :)

see the smiley homey

I've been. It wasn't that steep. It's not much more exorbitant than any other decent steakhouse (Ruth's Chris, Houston's, Morton's, Flemming's, Del Frisco's, The Palm, etc)

You're gonna drop some change at any of them. Shula's is probably the best, if not a close second to Del Frisco's, so, I don't mind paying the prices.

and you fools cant afford 150 on unemployment

Posted by: Reel Dolphin In Site w Home | May 28, 2014 at 03:44 PM

but I know I can :)

see the smiley homey

Posted by: Reel Dolphin In Site w Home | May 28, 2014 at 03:45 PM

= Home's troll

odin, STFU !
Darkoak, STFU !

That's not me @ 3:45! Imposter on the loose! I appreciate the honor I didn't know I was that well known tehehe

Ruth Chris is another insane rip off

Have the Dolphins won a playoff game yet?

I might just order two entrees because I'm wasteful and enjoy overpaying for things.

Posted by: THED | May 28, 2014 at 03:42 PM


LMAO !

And I doubt they are $7 steaks. They are prime and wet or dry aged...Just saying

If you don't know what any of that means than I can understand you thinking a $50+ steak is steep.

Know what u mean, Marc

j/k

still $43 for an 8 ounce filet a la carte
lol

this is south Florida
not NYC

It's the same price in Orlando. It's the same price in Atlantic city, it's the same price in Omaha, Nebraska. You really can't get a good steak for much less than $50 anywhere

Good luck trying to get a real steak for anything less than $50. Your Outback Steakhouse, Applebees, Chilis, and other such "steaks" is a little bit of steak and a lot of infused juices, steroids, and other crap that you (meaning we as humans) shouldn't really be eating to begin with.

A legitimate steak is worth over $20, if for no other reason than for your health.

We agree on something Miami D

Hard to come by in these trying times as Dolphins fans Marc

Ha, those restaurants are nothing but glorified fast food. Most bloggers here don't have the salary or culture to frequent real steak houses or real fine dining. Here in FL they think white table cloths and a nice dining room with average food is fine dining. So few of them are woth your time or $. FL is backwards in the higher arts, it's pretty much fried calamari, key lime pie and bud light on draft LOL.

Tropical Acres - Ft Laud, Fl

great steaks large portions AT LEAST half the price of Shulas

nostalgic - oldest steak house in south Florida

great drinks, martinis,call brands - $5 happy hour
$5 apps

Where is Dustin Keller ? I know he was injured last year but I thought he was a HUGE security blanket during the Preseason for Tannehill? Wouldn't he relish this kind of offense ?

http://www.tropicalacres.com/mobile/index.html

"Ha, those restaurants are nothing but glorified fast food."

Couldn't have said it better myself 5th Ave Man. All of their food is delivered to them frozen; all the cooks have to do is grill it up to your liking (rare or well), they don't know heads or tails on how to cook food.

As a child I used to think those restaurants were the premier place to go....they had kids menus that we could color in. As an adult you realize just how crappy McDonalds and Applebees really are for you.

Tropical Acres is great if you are age 70-plus.

Not even close in quality to the top steak establishments like Prime 112.

MY PENGUIN ATE CABBAGE AND HAM TODAY!!

Phins Fan, I liked Keller when he was on the Jests, and was happy to see him in Miami, but he's had too many surgeries on that leg of his, I can't see him being more of a factor to us than Clay or any of our younger guys. He has experience and knowledge, but can his body handle an NFL game let alone a 16 game season. I would be surprised if he landed a job this year with any team. He definitely deserves it, but he's probably viewed around the league as damaged goods.

Just like Fred Davis of Washington. He was great, then just continued to get injured each year. Not sure if he's still on Washington or if he's out of the NFL by now. Miami or NYJ is probably Keller's best bet to come back.

Keller - Patriots

Mike Reiss of ESPN Boston believes free agent TE Dustin Keller could be a candidate to sign with the Patriots after June 1st.

"While the bulk of free agency is completed, tight end and linebacker are two spots that could potentially use a boost," writes Reiss. "The club previously hosted veterans Dustin Keller (tight end) and James Anderson (linebacker) and they could be candidates to be signed after June 1, when they wouldn't count against the compensatory draft pick formula

Reel you're proving yourself a know nothing when you mention the has been Tropical Acres in the the same breath as Morton's Ruth's Chris, Smith and Walinsky, and Flemming's. Your mommy should take you out more often.

Tropical Acres is great if you are age 70-plus.

Not even close in quality to the top steak establishments like Prime 112.

Posted by: Early Bird Special | May 28, 2014 at 04:35 PM

lol
lot more aristocrats w high dollars that enjoy $300-$500 dinners here than Home would have thought

lol at the high rollers

Now go get ur dinner
the microwave is beeping ;)

Yeah Reel, if you would get a job and get out of your mommy's basement and stop playing video games you too could have some fine dining. Oh right you also need to have a HS diploma

Actually going to Morton's for happy hour, best filet sandwiches. Ummmm

Topical Acres steak & seafood house
25-26 oz Porterhouse (certified Angus beef) King of Cuts
corn fed western steer -$31

comes w sides

add a crab cake on greens or shrimp cocktail supreme - $8

or
Shulas for $150 plus for one and walk away hungry

Corn fed beef is terrible, even though the majority is that's not something I would advertise. Quality over quantity. I'd take an oz. Prime aged filet over a 20 oz choice anything

Morton's is Reel good

Ruth chris is a rip

Butt
would u reel-ly go there 2 or 3 times a month or more

maybe if ur pulling in 1/4 million a yr

don't reel-ly think that's the case here

lol

Tropical acres is very good for the price
very good indeed

not $43 for an a la carte lil 8 ounce filet like Shulas


8 oz.

Jmike ur right on Mortons steak house

there is one in Boca up the street from Home

Best kept secret - happy hour

petite filet mignon sandwiches for 7 bucks and Sam Adams for like 5

nice atmosphere too

I'm single with one baby momma. I can easily eat at that calibre of steakhouse 2-3 times a month and do. I'll also drop twice that at a strip club a few times a month

"corn fed beef is terrible"

lol at the Kobe Beef Aristocrat Marc

Home says "Eat American and Butch it Up a lil, will u sweetheart"

j/k

Was there any go and go go? Just a start on improving the offense.

I didn't think Morton's was a secret. Never been for happy hour. Don't eat that early

Ok Marc,
how bout a 10 special cut filet mignon,eye of T-bone
for the gourmet -$29

Reel Good Filet

Tropical Acres

10 oz ^

They do have grass fed American beef. I know it's a strange concept. The way it was done for millions of years...

Hartline dropped so many balls against the Bills you can't even remember the drop from Wallace.

Marc,
shhh!

The Happy hour is the secret

Incredible value

and Happy Hour is Home's Fav time to indulge in drinking mayhem and the good eats

Mortons of Boca
Happy hour is late 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM

where do live, Marc ?

Is it prime, choice, select? If it doesn't state it's the lowest grade beef. They try to trick you with other adjectives, but those are the grades. Dry aged, wet-aged. A 10 oz filet for that price isn't bad, but it depends on everything

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