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Sunday, August 23, 2015

Usain Bolt beats Justin Gatlin for gold in 100 at worlds

Usain Bolt beats Justin Gatlin for gold in 100 at worlds 
 
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Jamaica's Usain Bolt celebrates after winning the men’s 100m final at the World Athletics Championships at the Bird's Nest stadium in Beijing, Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015.
  
BEIJING (AP) -- A heart-stopper. A lean at the line. A next-to-nothing margin over a more-than-game challenger.

Sure, for Usain Bolt, the winning result, the bow-and-arrow victory celebration and even the setting may have been the same as 2008. But the show he put on Sunday in a .01-second victory over Justin Gatlin at the Bird's Nest was something very different.

Bolt crossed the line in 9.79 seconds - pedestrian by his standards. Yet it very well may have been his greatest race ever.

"My coach said, `You'll have to run 100 meters if you're going to win the race,'" Bolt said after capturing his record ninth career gold medal at world championships. "So I ran 100 meters."

The 29-year-old Jamaican came in hurting and anything but race ready - a far cry from seven years ago, when he put his stamp on the Beijing Olympics in the same stadium by slowing down and bringing his hands out to his side to start the celebration with 20 meters left. Even with that, he crossed the line in a then-world-record time of 9.69 seconds.

By now, that's ancient history, and the proof was in the results from the last two years. Gatlin has been dominating the sprint game, while Bolt has spent more time rehabbing than racing.

The problems carried right into Sunday. Bolt's semifinal run - normally a stress-free jog - turned dicey when he stumbled on his fifth step out of the starting block. He was in sixth place more than halfway through and had to push to beat out Trayvon Bromell.

In the next semifinal race, Gatlin breezed, just as he had the night before in the heats. Set against each other, those performances turned Gatlin into the betting favorite, and who could argue?

And so, the stakes were set: The world-record holder and track's happy warrior against a twice-convicted doper, who also won the 100 at the 2004 Olympics and the world championships in 2005.

That Gatlin burst from the blocks faster was no surprise; Bolt was his typically slow self in unfurling his 6-foot-5 frame from the start.

That Gatlin was winning at the halfway point wasn't too shocking, either. "The best part of my race is usually the end," Bolt said.

At 80 meters, the math started changing. Bolt drew to within a step but Gatlin was holding him off.

Then, with about 15 meters left, Gatlin over-strided, then did it again, then started leaning toward the line. Bolt stayed upright, crossed with a big kick and with his chest pushed forward. A sliver of space for a man who wins by body lengths.

After eyeing the scoreboard, Bolt punched his right fist down and kicked his left leg up, a clearly unchoreographed celebration for a man who often starts planning them while the race is still going. It was the closest 100 final at the worlds since 2003, when Kim Collins edged Darrel Brown by .01.

"At the end of the day, I guess I would say I gave the race away the last five meters," Gatlin said.

A bitter pill for the 33-year-old ex-champ, who handled it with his typical class, but still gets asked about his doping past no matter what the result.

"He served his suspension, and all of a sudden, self-righteous people who've never done anything wrong in their lives want to vilify him," said Gatlin's agent, Renaldo Nehemiah.

Also winning gold medals Sunday were Jessica Ennis-Hill of Britain in the heptathlon, Joe Kovacs of the United States in the shot put and Pawel Fajdek of Poland in the hammer throw.

Gatlin will presumably get another chance at gold, and another chance at Bolt, on Thursday in the 200-meter final - the race Bolt has always called his favorite.

No matter how it goes, there figures to be some drama and tension between these two over the next 11 1/2 months, as the lead-in to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro heats up.

In Rio, Bolt will try to make it 3 for 3 at the Olympics in the 100, 200 and the 4x100 relay. He'll go there having proven something that most long-time champions have to prove sooner or later: That he could win a close one when he wasn't close to his best and his opponent was.

"Ask any athlete, and they'll tell you, if you start doubting yourself, you've already lost," Bolt said. "I never started doubting myself. I just tried to put together a race."

He did.

And so, the final photo taken on the track looked like so many others that Bolt's taken over the years: The World's Fastest Man holding that long, languid bow-and-arrow pose - smiling, playing to the crowd.

What a race.

"I was screaming. I was screaming because I didn't know what was going to happen," Bolt's father, Wellesley, said after a harrowing night in the stands. "But we know Usain. He's a very stubborn man and he didn't give up."



 

Sunday, August 16, 2015

Eagles thump Colts in preseason debut; Tebow scores TD


Eagles thump Colts in preseason debut; Tebow scores TD 


Kenjon Barner outraces the Colts´ Dewey McDonald.

Sam Bradford watched the Eagles' preseason opener in shorts and a T-shirt, postponing the most anticipated August attraction. So the 2015 preseason commenced the way the 2014 season concluded - with Mark Sanchez as the team's starting quarterback.

Sanchez struggled Sunday in the only two series he played in the Eagles' 36-10 win over the Indianapolis Colts at Lincoln Financial Field. The quarterback who might have been most impressive was third-stringer Matt Barkley, although fourth-stringer Tim Tebow led in fan interest.

The headliners in the first preseason game are seldom the starters. Even with high-profile additions such as Bradford, DeMarco Murray, and Kiko Alonso absent, the first football game in Philadelphia since last December should at least leave fans encouraged about Chip Kelly's third season in Philadelphia.

"We've got a lot of depth here and there's a lot of guys fighting for spots, and I think everybody's aware of that," Kelly said. "It wasn't like we gave a big 'rah, rah' speech. But we put a lot of emphasis . . . on what goes on when we go into a game and it's live."

The Eagles' starters played only two drives, but first-round pick Nelson Agholor impressed with a touchdown, the special teams again scored on a return, and the first-team defense held the Colts' starters out of the end zone. The blemishes were the errant kicking of Cody Parkey and Sanchez's lackluster debut. Sanchez finished 2 of 7 for 52 yards with one touchdown. The two completions both sailed too high, but Jordan Matthews and Agholor made leaping catches.

"He had a couple high throws," Kelly said. "He needs to get his feet set a little bit. But I thought he played with good tempo. . . . I'm sure he'd like a couple of those throws back."

Agholor's catch was the highlight of the afternoon. The rookie jumped to pull in the pass, showed his body control by staying on his feet, then sprinted past the Colts defense for a 34-yard touchdown.

"It felt like a pass that I was targeted on in practice," said Agholor, who finished with three catches for 57 yards. "Good habits on the practice field carried over to the game."

Barkley, who is competing with Tebow to be the No. 3 quarterback, entered the game on the last drive of the first quarter and led the team 76 yards for a touchdown. Barkley completed passes of 26 and 39 yards, with Kenjon Barner finding the end zone on a 9-yard run. Barkley finished 12 of 20 for 192 yards with one interception.

"I am confident in my arm and my timing with the receivers," Barkley said. "My knowledge of the offense has grown tremendously from last year. The combination of all those things helped me play fast."

Parkey, a Pro Bowl player as a rookie, missed the ensuing extra point. The kicks are 33-yard attempts this year. Parkey missed a 34-yard field goal later in the game. He connected on three field goals and three extra points.

Kelly did not sound concerned about Parkey after the game and said that the Eagles would not bring in kicking competition. Parkey said his confidence remains "sky high."

The lone second-quarter touchdown came on a 92-yard punt return by Barner, a former Oregon standout who is trying to force his former college coach to keep him on the roster as the fourth running back.

"If he continues to perform like that, we have to fit him in," Kelly said. "We're going to find a way to keep the best 53 players."

The afternoon's loudest ovation came at the 7-minute, 8-second mark of the third quarter, when Tebow entered the game. Tebow needed to wave his arms down to try to silence the crowd so he could make his calls.

He completed his first four passes and brought the Eagles to the 16-yard line before Parkey's missed field-goal attempt. The passing efficiency plummeted thereafter, and he finished the afternoon 6 for 12 for 69 yards.

Tebow also ran for a 7-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter, drawing chants of his name from loyalists. He admitted he was nervous - "When you care about something, you want to go perform," he said - in his first game since the summer of 2013.

"It's a blessing to put in work for something and be able to see that work, to be able to get to a point where you're back playing and having fun," Tebow said. "I'm grateful for this opportunity."

Other notable reserves included safety Ed Reynolds, who had two interceptions; tight end Eric Tomlinson, who led the offense with five catches for 61 yards; and running back Raheem Mostert, who caught a 40-yard pass out of the backfield.

The Eagles are off Monday. The Baltimore Ravens visit for joint practices this week before Saturday's second preseason game, which brings the Eagles one step closer to the Sept. 14 season opener in Atlanta.

"It was great just to be back in the stadium, to hear the fans and to go through the whole drill again," Sanchez said. "It's nice it's almost September and it can't come fast enough."

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Jason Day shows major mettle and wins PGA Championship

Jason Day shows major mettle and wins PGA Championship 
 
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Jason Day, of Australia, holds up the Wanamaker Trophy after winning the PGA Championship golf tournament Sunday, Aug. 16, 2015, at Whistling Straits in Haven, Wis.
   
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) -- Given a third straight chance to finally win a major, Jason Day promised a fight to the finish in the PGA Championship.

Turns out the biggest fight was to hold back the tears.

Worried that this year might turn out to be a major failure, Day never gave Jordan Spieth or anyone else a chance Sunday. He delivered a record-setting performance at Whistling Straits that brought him a major championship he started to wonder might never happen.

Day was in tears before he even tapped in for par and a 5-under 67 for a three-shot victory. He sobbed on the shoulder of Colin Swatton, his caddie and longtime coach who rescued Day as a 12-year-old struggling to overcome the death of his father.

And then came high praise from Spieth in the scoring trailer when golf's new No. 1 player told him, "There's nothing I could do."

"I didn't expect I was going to cry," Day said. "A lot of emotion has come out because I've been so close so many times and fallen short. To be able to play the way I did today, especially with Jordan in my group, I could tell that he was the favorite. Just to be able to finish the way I did was amazing."

Three shots ahead with three holes to play on a course with trouble everywhere, Day blasted a drive down the fairway on the par-5 16th and hit a towering 4-iron into 20 feet. He bit his lower lip, swatted his caddie on the arm, knowing his work was almost done.

The two-putt birdie put him at 20-under par, and two closing pars gave him the record to par in majors, breaking by one shot the 19 under of Tiger Woods at St. Andrews in the 2000 British Open. Day finished at 20-under 268, not knowing until it was over that it was a record.

What really mattered was that shiny Wanamaker Trophy at his side.

He shared the 54-hole lead at the U.S. Open and the British Open and had to watch someone else celebrate.

"Not being able to finish, it would have been tough for me mentally to really kind of come back from that," Day said. "Even though I feel like I'm a positive person, I think that in the back of my mind something would have triggered and I would have gone, `Maybe I can't really finish it off.'

"It felt like I was mentally and physically grinding it out as hard as I could," he said. "I wasn't going to stop fighting until it over."

Spieth gave it his best shot, but even the Masters and U.S. Open champion could tell what he was up against the way the 27-year-old Australian powered one drive after another and didn't let anyone closer than the two-shot lead with which he started the final round.

"He played like he'd won seven or eight majors," Spieth said. "He took it back. He wailed it. It was a stripe show."

Spieth has the greatest consolation possible. With his runner-up finish, he replaced Rory McIlroy at No. 1 in the world.

"This is as easy a loss as I've ever had because I felt that I not only couldn't do much about it as the round went on, I also accomplished one of my lifelong goals in the sport of golf. That will never be taken away from me now. I'll always be a No. 1 player in the world."

Spieth set a record of his own. By closing with a 68, he set a record by playing the four majors in 54-under par, breaking by one the mark that Woods set in 2000. The difference is that Woods won two majors by a combined 23 shots.

That also speaks to the depth of golf in this generation, and Day is the latest example. He moved to No. 3 in the world, meaning the top three in the world are all under 27 and have combined to win five of the last six majors.

"As long as I am healthy, I feel like I'm going to be there a long time," Day said. "I still want to accomplish that No. 1 goal of mine, which is to be the best player in the world. I'm still motivated and still very hungry for that, even after this win."

Branden Grace of South Africa had another mistake on the back nine in a major that cost him. Grace was tied for the lead at the U.S. Open when he hit his tee shot on the railroad tracks and out-of-bounds at Chambers Bay. This time, he was two shots behind when he went long of the 10th green and made double bogey. He closed with a 69 and finished third, five shots behind.

Justin Rose got within two shots until making a double bogey for the third straight day. He closed with a 70 and finished fourth.

Day faced enormous pressure of having a lead for the first time going into the final round, trying to avoid becoming the first player since the PGA Championship went to stroke play in 1958 to have at least a share of the 54-hole lead in three straight majors without winning.

It sure didn't show, even if he felt it every step of the way.

"I knew today was going to be tough, but I didn't realize how tough it was going to be," Day said. "I learned a lot about myself, being able to finish the way I did. The experiences that I've had in the past with previous major finishes has definitely helped me prepare myself for a moment like this."

Friday, August 14, 2015

Van Stone's Lee Cultural Center Playground Legends: Dave Black


Above:  Dave Black, aka "Black", Lee Cultural Center Playground Legend.


There are so many Lee Cultural Center and Playground Legends that played basketball on the basketball court in West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. From 1954 through 2004 many players, both male and female emergence as the original skill and talent of learned and taught street ball.

Neighborhood ball players, real talents ranging from West Park and 46th and Market Street such as Dave Black, aka “Black” played in hundred of games. Playground Legend basketball players redefined all basic sports, shaping sports to the respected world of sports it is today.

Dave Black took out the time to educate himself about sports and grade school class work.   It would take days to win a game of street ball against a team that “Black” played on.

Dave Black was equally well-known on the courts for his incredible game against public school players and college players- some ended up making it to Professional Sports Basketball.  





Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Judge puts NFL on hot seat as he belittles 'Deflategate'

Judge puts NFL on hot seat as he belittles 'Deflategate' 
 
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FILE - In this June 23, 2015, file photo, New England Patriot's quarterback Tom Brady arrives for his appeal hearing at NFL headquarters in New York. The NFL Players Union has sued to get a judge to void NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's four-game suspension of Brady in the "Deflategate" scandal, setting the stage for the spectacle of the pair having to appear on Wednesday Aug. 12, 2015, in the same New York courtroom.
  
NEW YORK (AP) -- A federal judge put the NFL on the defensive over its four-game suspension of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Wednesday, demanding to know what evidence directly links Brady to deflating footballs and belittling the drama of the controversy.

"What is the direct evidence that implicates Mr. Brady?" Judge Richard M. Berman repeatedly asked NFL lawyer Daniel L. Nash at the first hearing in the civil case in Manhattan federal court as Brady and Commissioner Roger Goodell looked on.

Nash responded there was "considerable evidence Mr. Brady clearly knew about this," including records of text messages and phone calls between the quarterback and one of two Patriots employees implicated in the scandal known as "Deflategate."

But he also said there was no "smoking gun" showing Brady had direct knowledge that the balls were underinflated for the first half of the Patriots' 45-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC championship game Jan. 18.

Brady and Goodell didn't speak during the hearing, except to introduce themselves to Berman. Brady, his head lowered, looked dour as lawyers spoke for about 1 hour, 20 minutes.

Immediately afterward, Brady smiled slightly as he signed sketches for two court artists. Berman then met individually with each side for more settlement discussions in private.

The talks continued more than four hours until about 5 p.m. Afterward, a smiling Brady left the courthouse. Several people shouted "cheater, cheater!"

Berman could be seen briefly speaking with Goodell inside the courthouse before the commissioner left to a waiting sports utility vehicle about 10 minutes after Brady. Goodell smiled as dozens of photo and video journalists did their work. Neither of them spoke and there was no immediate word on the status of talks.

Two weeks ago, the NFL asked Berman to declare that its punishment of Brady was properly carried out. The players' union countersued, asking him to nullify the suspension. The judge has signaled from the start that he wants the parties to reach a swift settlement.

On Wednesday, Berman called it "ironic or not" that Brady's statistics were better in the second half of the AFC championship game, after the balls were re-inflated.

"You might say (Brady) got no better advantage from the under-inflation," the judge said.

At one point, the judge also seemed to try to defuse the controversy, saying: "This Deflategate. I'm not sure where the `gate' comes from."

When the union got its chance to argue, the judge asked attorney Jeffrey L. Kessler why one of the Patriots employees would deflate balls without Brady's knowledge. Kessler said the union does not believe the balls were deflated but, if they were, the employee did it on his own because he "thought it would be good for his quarterback."

The judge also questioned why Brady destroyed his cellphone in the midst of the inquiry - a move that the league argues was further proof of his deception. Kessler claimed that the quarterback got rid of the phone on the advice of his agent to protect his privacy but had otherwise cooperated with the inquiry.

However, in hindsight, "You're right, it could have been done a different way," the lawyer said of the phone.
Both sides are scheduled to return to court next week.

In an email after everyone left court, Kessler said: "Sorry, not commenting."

Lawyers for the NFL did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Goodell suspended Brady after concluding he "knew about, approved of, consented to, and provided inducements and rewards" to support a scheme in which a Patriots employee deflated balls on game day. 

Brady insists he knew nothing about it.

In a July 28 decision upholding the suspension, Goodell heavily criticized Brady for having an aide destroy a cellphone containing nearly 10,000 text messages from a four-month stretch including the AFC championship game. He accused him of obstructing the NFL probe about a controversy that represented "conduct detrimental to the integrity of, and public confidence in, the game of professional football."

In court documents, the union's lawyers said the suspension was unfair and violated the labor contract and complained that it would cause irreparable harm to Brady by forcing him to miss games.

They called a June appeal hearing before Goodell "a kangaroo court proceeding, bereft of fundamentally fair procedures."

Monday, August 10, 2015

From Van Stone: Say it Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud - American Women Collection – Lucy Hernandez and Veronica Brinkley by Van Stone frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201

From Van Stone: Say it Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud - American Women Collection – Lucy Hernandez and Veronica Brinkley by Van Stone frontpagenews1@yahoo.com (267) 293-9201

































Above: Veronica Brinkley, Music Artist, Black Woman Model.



Above: Lucy Hernandez, Medical Student, Black Woman Model. 


Congratulations to two Top Sexy and Beautiful Black Women in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania!

Black is so Beautiful. All of you out there are proud to say that it’s so good to be me!

Look at these two so, so, so Educated, Talented, or Sexy and Beautiful women. Or They have it all and can say, I\m everyone in me.

Look at them from hair to skin tone. Real as can be. And I’m not talking about if the hair is added or the skin is painted. I’m talking about how I met them up close and in person. They were actually- ordinary women. I asked both of them when I first discovered them- “so, do you want to be a model?”

And both of these women answer ever so politely, “No, not really.”

“My big thing in life right now is going to medical school, and making it happen,” said one of the women. “My big thing in life right now is finishing what I started a long time ago, my music, and helping others with my music,” said one of the women.

So, take a long hard look at each of the women. And you guess who said what to Van Stone when they first met him. I do forget faces you know. But I never forget personalities. Women with great and strong inspiring personalities, and they are Black Women too, are simply unforgettable- to me that is. High hopes.     

And I have them with the Van Stone name Brand. And they are both international. Wow!

And I’m just writing this wonderful and praise story because so many people out there in the life of facebook pages say that the women who work with Van Stone Philadelphia Front Page News are not real people. |The women are fake women, the women are only pictures that are taken out of women catalog clothing, women catalog swim wear, women catalog lingerie, women catalog shopping, and women catalog magazines!

But Van Stone brags about particular women because they are transparent. No games. No hiding their past, present, or hopeful future. These women have a life and a plan of life. That’s what being Black is all about- in my view. And the women share my view.  That’s one great reason why we work together and sometimes we work even closer than close, all together. I have the Best. Take a peek at them. They cannot and will not be denied. So, praise. Makes you feel good if you are about REAL LOVE OF THE ENTRIRE HUMAN RACE. No I want all of the attention to STAY ON ME attitude. But, who has the time to change people?   

Attention facebook fans and not so fans, if my Van Stone Women look that great and fabulous, all I can say is… We Don’t Stop. And thanks for following my lovely and very smart ladies. I can tell you this; the women are very wise and smart before they are anything. And if the women don’t have class, they don’t get any write ups by Van Stone or Van Stone’s staff. And all women know this to be real.     

One woman is Dominican American (she represents many proud Dominicans who are in both the Dominican Republic and the USA) and we claim her good spirit because she is a good woman.

The other woman is Black American (she represents many proud Americans who are in both the USA and the Dominican Republic) and we claim her good spirit just the same because she is a good woman as well.

Both women are naturally beautiful and very intelligent. These two women make something very difficult to do seem like it’s so easy to do. They do what they do. And I’m proud to have them amongst our peoples- winners!  

Lucy Hernandez is successful as an Independent Medical Student about to bring out more of the best of the Beautiful Black Woman that she is, and on her way from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA to Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic to wow the crowds.

Veronica Brinkley is successful as an Independent Songstress about to bring out more of the best of the Beautiful Black Woman that she is, and in the past has done some traveling around from several different U.S. cities and back to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United States of America to wow the crowds.

I met Lucy Hernandez one warm spring day when she was in charge of things working at one of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Driver’s License and Photo Identification Centers. Very beautiful and humble Lucy Hernandez is.

I was supposed to begin using her photos for Philadelphia Front Page News-Magazine Covers over 5 months ago. But I have been busy.  Now that she is leaving Philadelphia to spend the next few years or so in the Dominican Republic I’ll make the time for the precious and flawless Lucy so that all can see her shine more as the Black Pearl.

I met Veronica Brinkley one hot summer day when she was in charge of things having fun at one of the Philadelphia County of Parks and Recreation’s Center and Playgrounds. 

Very beautiful and humble Veronica Brinkley is.  I was supposed to begin using her photos for Philadelphia Front Page News-Magazine Music Artist Covers a few months ago.  But I have been busy.  Now that she is staying in Philadelphia to spend the next few years of so in the Music  Entertainment Industry I’ll make the time for the precious and flawless Veronica so that all can hear her shine more as the Black Songbird.

More great moments to repeat how the Great Late James Brown sang the song, for all positive Black Peoples, Say it loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud.

I will be following Lucy Hernandez’s career, my Black Pearl of the Eastern World, in the field of medical.  And I will be following Veronica Brinkley’s career, my Black Songbird of the Western World, in the field of music.  Join me. Praise. Imagine. Black Pride.
































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Saturday, August 8, 2015

James “Wimp” Wimberly Has Teamed Up With Van Stone’s Philadelphia Front Page News (PFPN) As New Radio and Video Camera Director to Help with Philadelphia’s Radio And Video Camera News

James "Wimp" Wimberly Has Teamed Up With Van Stone's Philadelphia Front Page News (PFPN) As New Radio And Video Camera Director To Help With Philadelphia's Radio And Video Camera News






















James “Wimp” Wimberly, Radio and Video Camera 
Associate Executive Director, Philadelphia Front
Page News.


James “Wimp” Wimberly and Philadelphia Front Page News (PFPN) get to the core of the independent artist and community organization plans in the city using video film and music.   “Wimp, has become Radio and Video Camera Director with Philadelphia Front Page News to helping the media company to demonstrate how independent artist as well as local community organizations can continue to help any neighborhood grow positive through the camera lens.

James “Wimb” is a videographer and athlete who specialize in video camera lens stories highlighting the Black experience in the urban and rural community. 

He newly serves as associate executive director for Philadelphia Front Page News’ Power WVSR 1360.US radio station and Power88.us radio station cameraman activities.   He also co-produces youth video news about Playground Legends series created by Philadelphia’s Van Stone.

Wimb has also enjoyed a successful history of working in the video film, sports, and the entertainment industry.  And he has experience in having discussions about what it means to have a close-nit community earning everything that you receive in life compared to not working hard in life.