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Touting the success of the Tavern Double platform introduced earlier this year and buoyed by margin improvements, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. on Thursday reported an 11.6 percent increase in second-quarter profits.

The Tavern line has been one of the casual-dining chain’s most successful product launches to date, and has set the stage for long-term traffic building as an “everyday value” option that will allow the casual-dining chain to compete with the growing number of better-burger fast-casual concepts, said Steve Carley, Red Robin’s chief executive, in a call with analysts following the second quarter report. The burger platform was designed for profitability, with a starting price point of $6.99 and the option for guests to add on upgrades for $1 more.

Carley noted that the Tavern Double platform was driving trial and will build frequency over time as guests realize the $6.99 price point for a double-patty burger and bottomless fries won’t be going away.

Recently introduced styles, such as the Fiery Ghost with ghost pepper sauce and both fresh and fried jalapenos, as well as the Cry Baby with ghost pepper ketchup and fresh and fried onions, have attracted a lot of social media attention, earning Red Robin a bit of “indie cred and swagger,” said Denny Marie Post, senior vice president and chief marketing officer — though she said it’s not clear yet whether the platform is attracting new or lapsed customers.

More innovation with the Tavern platform and the menu overall is on deck, according to Post. Red Robin also plans to test “a ton” of initiatives this fall as part of an overall brand transformation, including a remodel of restaurants, Carley said.

The company is also looking to build the chain's positioning as a place where adults can gather for a drink while hanging on to its family-friendly reputation.

For the quarter ended July 8, Red Robin’s bar sales mix grew to 7.2 percent, up from 6.5 percent a year ago.

The Greenwood Village, Colo.–based company recorded net income of $7.7 million, or 52 cents per share, compared with $6.9 million, or 44 cents per share, a year ago, including executive transition and severance expenses during the 2011 quarter. Excluding those costs, the company’s second quarter net income last year was $7.5 million.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


  • Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a car after leaving a Bathurst bar
  • A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered
  • The circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small county town
  • CCTV footage that has never been seen in its entirety until now has been shown

Published: 13:48 BST, 8 March 2021 | Updated: 14:46 BST, 8 March 2021

The family of a woman who vanished after getting into a mysterious car outside a nightclub nearly 20 years ago believe she knew her killer.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001.

A New South Wales coroner concluded in 2009 that Ms Vaughan was murdered - but the circumstances remain a mystery that has plagued the small country town ever since.

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am.

Ms Vaughan, who had been partying with her friends Jordan and Wonita, was never seen again and her body has never been found.

Janine Vaughan, 31, was last seen getting into a red car after leaving a Bathurst nightclub called Metro Tavern, known locally as 'The Dirty Tav', in the early hours of December 7, 2001

CCTV footage which has never been shown in its entirety until now captured Ms Vaughan getting into a red car and vanishing outside the Metro Tavern at 3.52am

Ms Vaughan's family and friends have always maintained she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car

On Channel Nine's Under Investigation, former detective Gary Jubelin, Nick Kaldas, who has worked for Scotland Yard and the United Nations, and forensic expert Professor Richard Kemp went through over 20 years worth of evidence.

Police tried to piece together Janine's final moments from the bar's CCTV footage, which showed a car pulling up to Ms Vaughan.

'You see a little light go left to right and appear to do a U-turn and then come back and then pull up behind her. The door opens and she gets in,' former Metro Tavern owner Mal Pollard said.

Ms Vaughan's family and friends maintain she knows her killer, and never would have stepped into a stranger's car.

But the grainy CCTV footage suggests it's possible a stranger did convince Ms Vaughan to get in the sedan given they were talking for 26 seconds.

'She doesn't stagger or stumble when she does walk off, she sets off at quite a good pace,' Mr Kaldas said.


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