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FINAL MEETING BEFORE
THE FIRST OFFICIAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

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Date:  April 16, 1996
 
Place: Conference Room - Unity International, Inc.
            198 Russell Street
            Orangeburg, SC 29115
 
Time:  6:30 p.m.
 
The following minutes were taken from notes of the final meeting that was held before the first official meeting of the Board of Directors. The meeting was held on the date, at the place, and convened at the time stated above. Present were:
 
Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider,
Carolyn O. Stroman,
George M. Sistrunk,
William H. Wilson,
Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr.,
Carl X. Wright,
Willie B. Owens,
Lillian L. Green
 
The meeting was called to order by Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr., at 6:30 p.m. Absent was Nakeesha Davis - Secretary to the board. After the invocation, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the reading of the meeting's agenda. The agenda was as follows:
 
1. Invocation
2. Minutes
3. Old Business
        Contract from CBS, Inc.
        Set date to hold first official meeting of the Board of Directors.
        Signing the Waiver of Notice for the first official Board Meeting
 
4. New Business
       Plan agenda for the first General Partners meeting UPPs (Unity
       Partners Program)
       Inventory of office items Purchase of Epson EPL-6000 Laser
       Printer and toner cartridge
 
5. Benediction
6. Adjournment
 
The next order of business was the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting. After the minutes were read, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the minutes be accepted as read and entered into the records.
 
After the approval and acceptance of the minutes, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the first item on the agenda which was the CBS, Inc. contract. George Sistrunk informed the board that the contracts had arrived from CBS, Inc., and they were satisfactory. The new contracts included the grocery coupon service and the buying service. George informed the directors that the USA (Unity Services Association) programs would be ready within days. All he had to do was insert the new rate schedule in the literature and sales tracts.
 
The next item on the agenda was setting the date to officially elect the Board of Directors for the public record. George Sistrunk told the board that at the official meeting of incorporators the corporate seal will have to be approved. He also said the stock specimen would have to be approved and new forms would have to written to effect the transfer of ownership interest from partnership to stock share. He said he could have all the forms ready in a couple of days, if he worked at it around the clock with few breaks.
 
Let the minutes reflect it was agreed to develop the new forms and documents to effect the transfer, and that the official date of the Board of Directors meeting shall be April 18, 1996. After the date was approved the Waiver of Notice was signed designating the time, place and date of the first Board of Directors meeting as April 18, 1996.
 
The next item on the agenda was the agenda for the partners meeting. George told the directors that the Private Placement Memorandum would be ready for the partnership meeting. He told the directors that presenting the Memorandum to the General Partners at the meeting was not a violation of Section 113-22 because the partners were not being invited to purchase stocks. Secondly, all the partners at the meeting were completing the transfer of ownership interest in Unity from their partnership to a share of stock. Plus, they were not there as a result of general solicitation or advertising in any print, audio, video, or electronic media. Third, it was Unity's duty under the disclosure laws to provide general partners with complete, accurate and reliable information concerning the future direction and growth potential of the corporation prior to the completion of the transfer.
 
Since George already had the floor and the Unity Partners Program called UPPs was next, he continued his report. He informed the directors that UPPs' purpose was to allow general partners who wanted to actively participate in Unity's growth to do so. UPPs would be the vehicle they could use to gain valuable business building experience. He told the directors that the program was essentially complete. All that remained to initiate the program was the board's approval. Let the minutes reflect it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried to proceed with the development of UPPs and present it at the general partner's meeting.
 
After George's report, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the directors have a meeting with Unity's general partners to show appreciation, give the fully paid partners their Memorandums and introduce them to UPPs. Dr. Joyner asked George to find a facility and schedule the partnership meeting for either the first or second Saturday in May.
 
Let the minutes reflect the board initiated the following activities:
 
  1. Writing of a requisition order form for future purchases,
  2. Writing of rules for UPPs,
  3. Setting a compensation rate for UPPs,
  4. Research non-profit foundations,
  5. Write itemized investor's statement,
  6. Leasing a high volume copier with document feeder and collator,
  7. Write Million Man March update letter,
  8. Write and mail thank you letters to General Partners,
  9. Write 1244 Resolution
10. Write itemized escrow statement,
11. Purchase and rubber stamp 1,000 envelopes
12. Rewire phones in office
 
After the itinerary of items to done was complete, the directors proceeded to the next item on the agenda which was inventorying the office for insurance purposes. Madame President informed the board that the inventory was completed on April 10th. She then distributed copies of the inventoried items to the board for personal records.
 
After the inventories were distributed, the last item on the agenda was the purchase of the Epson Laser Printer. George Sistrunk informed the board that Automated Business Systems had a printer that worked with his equipment. The cost of the laser printer including a toner cartridge and tax was $367.50. He had already informed the Chief Financial Officer of the find and the equipment was purchased on April 12th with approval from Dr. Joyner. He then distributed copies of the invoice to board members. He told the board the salesman at ABS told him the printer was new and was a left over inventory item from a few years ago.
 
Being there was no further business to discuss, Dr. Joyner asked the group to stand for the benediction that was given by Carl X. Wright and the meeting was adjourned after the designated date of the first official board meeting on April 18th.

Notation for the record: The above minutes were taken from the meeting notes of Carolyn Stroman.
Respectfully Submitted, 
 
George M. Sistrunk
 
Note: There is no evidence the minutes were ever approved, adopted or signed by the Joyner Administration.
 
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SECOND OFFICIAL
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Date: April 22, 1996
 
Place: Conference Room - Unity International, Inc.
            198 Russell Street
            Orangeburg, SC 29115
 
Time: 7:30 P.M.
 
The following minutes were taken from notes of the second official meeting of the Board of Directors. The meeting was held on the date, at the place, and convened at the time stated on the attached Waiver of Notice preceding these minutes. The following directors were present:
 
Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr. - Chief Executive Officer,
Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider – President,
Carolyn O. Stroman - Vice President,
Lillian L. Green - Corporate Secretary,
Carl X. Wright - Chief Financial Officer,
Willie B. Owens – Director,
William H. Wilson – Director,
George M. Sistrunk - Accommodating Director and Developer
 
The meeting was called to order by Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr., at 7:30 p.m. Absent was Nakeesha Davis - Secretary to the board. After the invocation, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the reading of the meeting's agenda. The agenda was as follows:
 
1. Invocation
2. Minutes
3. Old Business
        Finalize plans for general partners meeting
        Section 1244 Resolution
        Private Placement Memorandum
        Update on Itinerary of activities to be completed
 
4. New Business
         Introduction of Viola Sharperson from CPI (Creative
         Productions, Inc.) to the board. 
         Month-to-date-financial report
         Agreement with Sir Speedy Printing
         Acceptance of attorney Virgin Johnson's resignation
         Signing of the Waiver of Notice
 
5. Benediction
6. Adjournment
 
The next order of business was the reading of the minutes ofthe previous meeting. After the minutes were read, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the minutes be accepted as read and entered into the records.
 
After the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the first item of old business which finalizing the plans for the general partners meeting. George Sistrunk informed the directors that he had arranged for the meeting to be held at Quincy's Family Restaurant on Calhoun Drive, in Orangeburg, South Carolina on May 4, 1996 at 1:00 p.m. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the meeting be held at Quincy's.
 
The next item of old business on the agenda was the Section 1244 Resolution. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the 1244 Resolution be adopted to protect the investment of Unity's shareholders. The next item of old business on the agenda was the Private Placement Memorandum.
 
George Sistrunk informed the group that he had completed the Memorandum. He also added that a shareholder's agreement had to be written before the stocks could be issued to the general partners. The following are the information modules that are contained in the Memorandum:
 
  1. The Private Placement Memorandum (8 pages)
  2. Franchise information (2 pages)
  3. Franchise advantages (3 pages)
  4. Franchise disadvantages (2 pages)
  5. Evaluating a franchise (2 pages)
  6. Franchises under consideration (12 pages)
  7. Standard franchise inquiry letter (1 page)
  8. Income and expense statement (1 page)
  9. Arthur Treacher's Audited Financial Statement (6 pages)
10. Company owned franchises (2 pages)
11. Independently owned franchises (5 pages)
12. Profile of Orangeburg (4 pages) 13. Map (1 page)
 
George informed the directors that he had to write the following forms for the information pack:
 
1. A Waiver of Technical Compliance (1 page)
2. A Suitability of Intent to Invest Letter (1 double sided page or 2
    pages)
3. An Offer to Purchase a Share of Class A Common Stock (1page) 
4. An Offer to Transfer Ownership Interest from General Partnership
    to a Share/s of Class A Common Stock (1 page)
 
George also informed the directors that the additional forms would be ready by the General Partner's meeting on May 4, 1996. It was then moved, seconded, and unanimously carried to accept all the modules of the Memorandum and the four additional forms when completed.
 
The next item of business was an update on the itinerary of activities to be completed. Let the minutes reflect that the itinerary of activities undertaken on February 24th have been completed and approved with the exception of:
1. Registration of trade name, trademark and logo
2. Business license for office at 198 Russell Street
 
Let the minutes reflect that the itinerary of activities that were undertaken on April 6th and April 16th have been completed and approved with the exception of leasing the high volume copier.
 
New business was next on the agenda. Dr. Joyner introduced Viola Sharperson to the board. Viola will develop a slide presentation to present at the General Partners meeting. It was moved, seconded,and unanimously carried that Mrs. Sharperson be commissioned to develop a slide presentation for the meeting at Quincy's.
 
After giving her presentation Mrs. Sharperson left the conference room. The next item of new business was the Month-to Date financial report. George Sistrunk had prepared a MTD and distributed it to the attending directors. The MTD revealed the following information:
 
Number of prospectuses placed – 129 Number of general partners that paid $250.00 – 18 Number of general partners that paid $500.00 - 7 Current partnership to presentation ratio 1:5 Current ratio percentage variations - 19% to 20% Current average time lapse between partnerships and placement - 7 to 10 days
 
Total paid in capital - $ 7,950.00
Escrowed account total - $ 1,700.00
 
Balance to standing/operating account - $ 6,250.00
 
Carl X. Wright was to prepare a current expense report and bank balances by the next meeting. Computer printouts accompanied the report showing all the individuals that had received information packs, general partners and individuals that had money in escrow. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried to accept the report and enter it into the financial records.
 
The next item of new business was the contract with Sir Speedy. George Sistrunk informed the directors that Christine Hollar wanted a written agreement concerning the folders she was going to order and Unity was going to purchase. George informed the directors that he could have an agreement ready by the following day. It was then moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that George write the agreement and present it to Mrs. Hollar for acceptance.
 
The next item of new business was officially accepting attorney Virgin Johnson's resignation. Dr. Joyner informed the board that attorney Johnson's law practice was growing and he would not be able to devote time to Unity and he had verbally resigned. It was moved, seconded and unanimously carried to accept the verbal resignation and enter an official letter of termination in the files.
 
The final item of new business was signing of the Waiver of Notice for the next meeting. It was agreed that the next regular meeting of the board be held on April 24, 1996, in the conference room at 7:30 p.m. Since there was no further business to discuss, the directors stood for the benediction and the meeting was adjourned.

Notation for the record: The above minutes were taken from the meeting notes of Carolyn Stroman.
Respectfully Submitted, 
 
George M. Sistrunk
 
Note: There is no evidence the minutes were ever approved, adopted or signed by the Joyner Administration.
 
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THIRD OFFICIAL
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Date: April 24, 1996
 
Place: Conference Room - Unity International, Inc.
198 Russell Street
Orangeburg, SC 29115
 
Time: 7:30 p.m.
 
The following minutes were taken from notes of the third official meeting of the Board of Directors. The meeting was held on the date, at the place, and convened at the time stated on the attached Waiver of Notice preceding these minutes. The following directors were present: 
Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr. - Chief Executive Officer,
Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider – President,
Carolyn O. Stroman - Vice President,
Lillian L. Green - Corporate Secretary,
Carl X. Wright - Chief Financial Officer,
Willie B. Owens – Director,
William H. Wilson – Director,
George M. Sistrunk - Accommodating Director and Developer
 
The meeting was called to order by Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr., at 7:30 p.m. Absent was Nakeesha Davis - Secretary to the board. After the invocation, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the reading of the meeting's agenda. The agenda was as follows:
 
1. Invocation
2. Minutes
3. Old Business
       Lease high volume copier
       Return seed money to directors and others
       Update on Itinerary of activities to be completed
       Review of pre-incorporation agreement
 
4. New Business
       Accept resignation of Nakeesha Davis
       Final reading of minutes before affixing the corporate seal
       Sign agreement with Sir Speedy Printing
       Election of temporary Executive Secretary to the Board
       Signing of the Waiver of Notice
 
5. Benediction
6. Adjournment
 
The next order of business was the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting. Dr. Joyner asked Madam President to serve as temporary secretary because Nakeesha Davis had officially resigned. The reading of the minutes was suspended for this meeting because the board was without a secretary and the previous minutes were not available to be read.
 
Dr. Joyner proceeded to the first item of old business which an update on the board's plans to lease a high volume copier. Evangelist Snider informed the directors that she had contacted representatives from Xerox, Panasonic and Mita. After due deliberation, she decided to lease the copier from Mita, whose representative is Roy Parker. Included in the lease agreement was a Panasonic cut sheet feed fax machine. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that Evangelist Snider fax the lease application to Advanced Office Systems, Inc. located on 1704 Augusta Highway in West Columbia, SC at the earliest possible date. 
The next item of old business was returning all the seed money the directors had paid into the corporation to avoid any potential conflict with the IRS regarding hidden dividend payments. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seed money be reimbursed after the meeting was adjourned. The following is the list of people that had to be reimbursed after the meeting.
Rev. Dr. C. W. Joyner, Jr. - $100.00,
William H. Wilson - $160.00,
Carolyn O. Stroman - $185.00,
Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider - $160.00,
Carl X. Wright - $160.00,
George M. Sistrunk - $81.70
 
Individuals left to be paid were:
 
Virgin Johnson - $140.00
Dr. Jesse Kinard - $160.00
 
Dr. Joyner agreed to contact attorney Johnson and Evangelist Snider agreed to contact Dr. Kinard concerning his repayment of seed money.
The next item of old business was an update on the activities initiated during the week. George Sistrunk informed the board that he had met with Mrs. Sharperson concerning the slide presentation and it would be ready by the May 4th general partner meeting. He also informed the board that the community letter concerning Unity's income opportunities were ready to be mailed. He still had not completed the articles of incorporation because of all the other programs that had to be written.
George continued by informing the board that all the forms were ready to be inserted into the information pack, along with the Private Placement Memorandum. Finally, he informed the board that the contract with Sir Speedy concerning the folders was ready to be signed. The contact was dated the 23rd of April. The next item of old business was the pre-incorporation agreement.
George Sistrunk informed the board that the pre-incorporation agreement still was not completed. He also added that it would be difficult to complete because Dr. Kinard, Virgin Johnson, and Rev. Calvin Alston were no longer with the corporation. The only way to include them was to back date the agreement to the meeting of January, 23rd when the agreement was first proposed and agreed upon. It was then moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the pre-incorporation agreement be back dated to January 23, 1996 to include the original incorporators, even those that were no longer with Unity.
Next was new business. The first item of new business was accepting the resignation of Nakeesha Davis. Nakeesha had informed Dr. Joyner she was resigning effective as of April 6, 1996. Her last work entry was 4-5-96. George Sistrunk moved that the board accept her verbal resignation and mail her a formal acceptance. Carolyn Stroman seconded and the motion was carried unanimously. Dr. Joyner authorized George Sistrunk to write the letter and mail it at the earliest possible date.
The next item of new business was the reading of all the minutes before affixing the seal. It was agreed to postpone the reading until another secretary to the board could be found.
The next new business item was approving the agreement between Sir Speedy Printing and Unity. After reading the agreement, it was moved by George Sistrunk to accept the agreement as written and its terms. It was seconded, and unanimously carried that Sir Speedy order dark blue folders and Unity purchase the folders from Sir Speedy Printing at $0.88 each in lots of 100 folders. 
The next item of new business was electing an Executive Secretary. George Sistrunk reminded the board that the primary reason why an executive secretary was hired was because no one wanted the corporate secretary's position. Since Mrs. Green had been elected to the position, an executive secretary to the board was no longer needed. All that remained was to authorize compensation at the same rate as Nakeesha Davis.  
William Wilson moved that Mrs. Green be compensated at the rate of $5.50 hourly whenever she performed the contracted services of the executive secretary to the board. Mrs. Stroman seconded, and the motion carried unanimously. The final item of new business was signing the Waiver of Notice for the next meeting. It was agreed that next regular meeting of the board be held on April 27, 1996, in the conference room at 3:00 p.m.to review all the minutes before affixing the corporate seal to them. 
Since there was no further business to discuss, the directors stood for the benediction and the meeting was adjourned.

Notation for the record: The above minutes were taken from the meeting notes of Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider.
Respectfully Submitted, 
 
George M. Sistrunk
 
Note: Even though minutes were accepted and approved at meetings, there is no current evidence that the minutes were ever signed or sealed by the Joyner Administration.
 
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FOURTH OFFICIAL
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Date:   April 27, 1996
 
Place: Conference Room - Unity International, Inc.
            198 Russell Street
            Orangeburg, SC 29115
 
Time:  3:00 p.m.
 
The following minutes were taken from notes of the fourth official meeting of the Board of Directors. The meeting was held on the date, at the place, and convened at the time stated on the attached Waiver of Notice preceding these minutes. The following directors were present:
Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr. - Chief Executive Officer,
Evangelist Dorothy P. Snider – President,
Carolyn O. Stroman - Vice President,
Lillian L. Green - Corporate Secretary,
Carl X. Wright - Chief Financial Officer,
Willie B. Owens – Director,
William H. Wilson – Director,
George M. Sistrunk - Accommodating Director and Developer
 
The meeting was called to order by Rev. Dr. Clarence W. Joyner, Jr., at 3:00 p.m. After the invocation, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the reading of the meeting's agenda. The agenda was as follows:
1. Invocation
2. Minutes
3. Old Business
       Review the minutes before affixing the corporate seal
       Update on Itinerary of activities to be completed
       Return seed money to directors and others
       Set date to reimburse all out-of-pocket payments for the corporation by
       incorporators and/or directors
 
4. New Business
       Signing of the Waiver of Notice
 
5. Benediction
6. Adjournment
 
The next order of business was the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting. After the minutes were read, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the minutes be accepted as read and entered into the records. After the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting, Dr. Joyner proceeded to the first item of old business which was reading the minutes of all the previous meetings before affixing the corporate seal.
The first minutes read were from January 12, 1996. After the reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes. January 23, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes. February 3, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes. February 9, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed.
February 15, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. February 18, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. February 20, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. February 27, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes.
March 2, 1996 was next. After reading it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. March 4, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. March 5, 1996 was next. After reading it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. March 12, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes. March 14, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed.
March 16, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. March 19, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. March 27, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes. April 2, 1996 was next. After reading it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. April 3, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed.
April 4, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed. April 6, 1996 was next. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes. The final minutes that had to be read were those of April 9,1996. After reading, it was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that the seal be affixed to the minutes. Since April 12, 1996 was the organizing meeting and April 18, 1996 was the first official meeting of the Board of Directors, they did not have to be reread because the Kitco prewritten format was used.
The minutes of April 16, 1996 and a1l the remaining minutes already had the seal affixed. It was moved, seconded, and unanimously carried that all future minutes have the seal affixed before entering into the record books as the official minutes of Unity International, Inc.
The next item of old business was the itinerary of activities to be completed. George Sistrunk informed the directors that in order to allocate shares of stock to Million Man March participants, they had to perform a service for the corporation. Since the state and the IRS did not make any provisions for allocating stock except to approved nonprofit organizations, a service had to be performed worth the value of the stock.
He told the directors that he had developed a program that would allow Million Man March participants to be compensated with stock shares in exchange for service to the corporation. The program was complete and all that remained was board approval. The other activities that still needed completing were the following:
1. Register trade name, trademark and logo with state.
2. Business license for 198 Russell Street.
3. Write letter to Attorney Virgin Johnson.
4. Write letter to Dr. Kinard.
5. Write letter to Nakeesha Davis.
6. Write letter to Calvin Alston.
7. Write letter to general partners for meeting at Quincy's.
8. Get covers for stocks
 
After the itinerary of activities the next item of old business was the reimbursement of directors. Reimbursement was delayed until after the meeting. Therefore, Dr. Joyner proceeded to new business. The only item of new business was signing the Waiver of Notice for the next board meeting. It was agreed the next board meeting would be held in the conference room at 7:00 p.m., on Thursday, May 2, 1996. Since there was no further business to discuss, the directors stood for the benediction. Before adjourning the meeting, Dr. Joyner asked the directors not to leave before they received their reimbursements. Then the meeting was adjourned.

Notation for the record: The above minutes were taken from the meeting notes of Lillian Green - Corporate Secretary.
Respectfully Submitted, 
 
George M. Sistrunk
 
Note: Even though minutes were accepted and approved at meetings, there is no current evidence that the minutes were ever signed or sealed by the Joyner Administration.
 

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