Watch Maurice Lévy Wearing a Wig and front lace wigs Brushing His Teeth

Publicis Groupe CEO Maurice Lévy has not lost his sense of humor, despite enduring what he admits has been a “bumpy ride” in 2015.In his annual holiday video, Mr. Lévy declares, “I have long suspected that only a handful of you were actually paying attention to what I have to say,” and front lace wigs offers viewers the chance to avoid his message by clicking on a “skip Maurice” option instead of the familair “skip ad” button.

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But – spoiler alert – Mr. Lévy’s message turns out to be unavoidable. You can either watch him deliver it in earnest from behind human hair full lace wigs his desk or you can skip to a series of spoof commercials featuring the Publicis boss delivering the same script.

Mr. Lévy hijacks some deliberately trashy ads in which we see him washing a shirt, brushing full lace wigs cheap his teeth, or wearing a long, dark wig and vigorously tossing his hair around. In the final spot, his head appears in a kitchen sink while someone is washing the dishes, and Mr. Lévy is subjected to a good scrub.

All the while, he is talking about the French communications group’s year. “It’s been tough for us,” he says. “Nevertheless we have fared pretty well in some of our operations and the most difficult part is behind us.” Mr. Lévy declares that 2016 will be the year of “No Silo, No Solo, No Bozo,” referring to the group’srecent restructure.

The #skippablewishes video, created by agency Marcel, is dedicated to deceased Publicis Groupe staffers Fabrice Dubois and Yannick Minvielle, and to all the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, 2015.

Arrow: R.I.P. full lace wigs under 200 Oliver’s Wig

The second episode of the fourth season of Arrow – innocuously entitled “The Candidate” – saw an awful lot of stuff happen. Oliver decided to run for mayor, Laurelcelebrated the quality full lace wigs anniversary of Sara’s death by digging her up, Felicity tried her hand at C.E.O., but all is trivial in the grand scheme when the biggest twist of the night is considered. Oliver’s return to Lian Yu in the flashbacks saw something so monumental that it pretty much eclipses everything else that has happened in the flashbacks since…well, ever. In order to infiltrate the latest group of bad guys to take up residence on Purgatory, Oliver dons a set of camo and gets most of his hair chopped off, which really translates to one major thing for the future of the series:

Ding dong, the wig is gone!

Finally, after three seasons and one premiere of Flashback Ollie rocking wigs that were somehow harder to watch than the hero losing his soul and descending into darkness, Flashback curly lace wig Oliver looks like an actual past version of present Oliver rather than a random guy trying to single-handedly make hobo chic a thing. Still, losing the tangled mop on his head is a big change for Oliver. So, let us take a moment to reflect on the long, arduous journey of Oliver’s flashback hair.

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Arguably the worst wig of the lot was the original recipe Ollie wig that somehow made him look like either a smarmy douchebag – for there is truly no better word for it – or a serial killer. It worked for the Ollie character who had taken his girlfriend’s sister off on a sex cruise, but it was also terribly hard to look at without wanting to smack him in the face and tell him to think about his life decisions

The island wig had its charms, insofar as the island setting somewhat justified the monstrosity on his full lace human hair wigs head. In fact, if we take the hair of each of the three characters living in the fuselage as representations of their survival instincts, of course Oliver’s hair would look like a scraggly dead animal while Slade and Shado look fetching.

The Hong Kong wig was the most objectionable. Oliver was back in civilization, living in a household of three other people with presentable hair. Tatsu was a master swordswoman who probably would have loved to wave shears around Oliver’s head in the first half of Season 3. Sure, she might have slit his throat for his uselessness at household chores, but at least he’d be presentable in death.

Honestly, it was bad enough that the big blond white guy was lumbering around the city trying to be incognito, but sticking a baseball hat on him and sending him stateside was so much worse.

Flashback Oliver jumping around rooftops in the Season 4 premiere did finally give some clarity on one peculiarity of his character. The impracticality of a hood for a style of fighting that requires peripheral vision has always been a sticking point, but the flashbacks made it clear that the hood was not so much a deliberate choice in the present as a muscle memory from a past when his hair was so bad that he would not even subject criminals to it.

Woman chopping 12 inches full lace wigs wholesale off of her hair to make a wig for a child with cancer

A PR manager is appealing for cheap human lace wigs sponsorship as she prepares to chop 12 inches off her hair to make a wig for a child with cancer.Meagan Woolf, 34, a PR and marketing manager working in Stanmore, is part of a group of six women who plan to give their hair to Zichron Menachem – an Israeli charity supporting sick children throughout their treatment.The ceremonial hair cutting will take place in July 2016, when the charity will be bringing a group of children to visit London and take a break from treatment.

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Meagan, from Golders Green, said: “For many women their hair is their crowning glory. It is where they get a lot of their self esteem from.“These children black lace front wigs lost their hair during chemotherapy, and, along with their illness it is just terrible for their sense of self.“This is my way of giving back, even in a small way and I’m lucky I am healthy and my hair will grow back.”Meagan first became involved with the charity two years ago when she volunteered to help run their summer trip to London, taking the children to tourist sites and playing games. She now aims to get sponsored and raise £1 000 for the charity.

Her hair will be used to make a bespoke wig for a child who has lost their hair during treatment.Between now and July she will be growing her hair and using oils and taking vitamins to keep it in top condition.She said: “My hair is roughly 30cm long and currently falls mid way down my back. By July people are saying I will look like Cousin It, my hair will be so long.”Zichron Menachem was started in 1990 by two lace wigs for black women Israeli parents who lost their 15-year-old son to cancer. They work to support children and young people from diagnosis, through treatment and to recovery at centers across Israel. They run Summer and Winter camps where sick children and young people are treated to fun trips abroad.

 

Meagan says she will feel “shocked” when her hair is finally cut but says she will “get used to it.”She added: “My family have been affected first hand by cancer, as many families have, so this is my small way of doing something to give back.”

 

Woman chopping 12 inches wholesale full lace wigs off of her hair to make a wig for a child with cancer

A PR manager is appealing for sponsorship as she prepares to chop 12 inches off her hair to make a wig for a child with cheap remy lace front wigs cancer.Meagan Woolf, 34, a PR and marketing manager working in Stanmore, is part of a group of six women who plan to give their hair to Zichron Menachem – an Israeli charity supporting sick children throughout their treatment.

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The lace wigs ceremonial hair cutting will take place in July 2016, when the charity will be bringing a group of children to visit London and take a break from treatment.
Meagan, from Golders Green, said: “For many women their hair is their crowning glory. It is where they get a lot of their self esteem from.“These children lost their hair during chemotherapy, and, along human hair lace wigs for cheap with their illness it is just terrible for their sense of self.“This is my way of giving back, even in a small way and I’m lucky I am healthy and my hair will grow back.”

Meagan first became involved with the charity two years ago when she volunteered to help run their summer trip to London, taking the children to tourist sites and playing games. She now aims to get sponsored and raise £1 000 for the charity.Her hair will be used to make a bespoke wig for a child who has lost their hair during treatment.

Between now and July she will be growing her hair and using oils and taking vitamins to keep it in top condition.She said: “My hair is roughly 30cm long and currently falls mid way down my back. By July people are saying I will look like Cousin It, my hair will be so long.”

Zichron Menachem was started in 1990 by two Israeli parents who lost their 15-year-old son to cancer. They work to support children and young people from diagnosis, through treatment and to recovery at centers across Israel. They run Summer and Winter camps where sick children and young people are treated to fun trips abroad.

Meagan says she will feel “shocked” when her hair is finally cut but says she will “get used to it.”She added: “My family have been affected first hand by cancer, as many families have, so this is my small way of doing something to give back.”

Pretty Wig Hair Pre-Christmas lace wigs for black women Sales Started with Massive Site-Wide Discounts on African-American Wigs

SHANGHAI, Dec. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Pretty Wig Hair, an online store which had stunned its patrons by offering black lace front wigs as high as 60% discounts on some products only a few days back, announced large discounts on selected products. On behalf of the company, the customer manager told the press that they have adopted aggressive sales tactics to leverage business around the grand festive season ahead. According to the spokesperson, the objective of the company is to create some hype around African American wigs that they are selling now.

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“With top celebs like Rihanna and Beyonce full human hair lace wigs sporting wigs these days, it has become a lot easier to market our products. At least, we don’t have to move around to tell people how fashionable a wig can be,” said Maggie, the customer manager of Pretty Wig hair. “However, we want to make sure that people get great value for money while shopping for wigs from our e-store. The pre-Christmas sale has gained some momentum and we are quite happy to see the figures as of now. This site-wide sale will continue until Christmas,” she added.

Within next week, Pretty Wig Hair will lace front wigs human hair increase the discount percentages on selected products, in a bid to create more traction in the online wigs market. “We know there is a steady demand for human hair wigs and we are here to promote the wigs wearing culture. The discounts have been set on selected products in between 50% and 80% as of now. However, if anybody comes back to the store next week, he or she might just discover higher discounts on curly African American wigs and other products,” claimed Maggie.

Pretty Wig Hair, registered as Prettywighair Limited, is based out of Shanghai. “We have our manufacturing unit in Shanghai, but we are very much a US focused business. Our sales office is in New York. We are bent on creating some traction in the European market. As we want to expand our customer base further afield. But for now, US is our target market,” Maggie signed off.

About the Company

Pretty Wig Hair is an online wig store that sells both human hair wigs and synthetic hair wigs.

HAIR HACKS TO HELP YOU MAKE YOUR FIRST CROCHET WIG

So you’re a new natural and you’re human lace wig ready to gain instant volume and length. Or, you’re an oldie but a goodie at this natural hair game, and you want a protective style that isn’t a perpetual bun or braid variation. Or, maybe you just want to try a perfect halo of natural coils before completely letting go of the relaxer. No worries. You can achieve all this by making your own crochet wig with natural textured braided hair.

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Whether it’s a U-part wig or a full cap–any variation will work, really. You can use human hair full lace wigs a Saturday or Sunday afternoon to gather your supplies, construct your new best friend, and have brand new hair to rock on Monday morning. (Of course, it’s imperative that you name your wig something sassy like Mirage or Emerald.)

This crochet wig technique is making its way around the YouTube hair community. Here’s best lace wigs how to make your own:

You will need these items:

  • A crochet latch hook
  • Weaving caps in a color that match the hair
  • 3-5 packs of soft bulk twist or synthetic braid hair
  • A foam wig head
  • Push pins or T-pins

Simple, right? Now it’s time to start making your new wig.

First, place both weaving caps onto your foam wig head and pin them into place using your push pins.
WIG HACK: You don’t have to use two caps, but doubling up helps support the weight of the hair.

Separate your braid or twist hair into strands before you begin constructing your wig. It will help you work faster.
WIG HACK: Try combining two complimentary textures from the same brand for a more natural look. (Of course, you will need to separate the strands and blend once completed.)

Starting near the nape area of the foam head, push the crochet latch hook through 3-5 holes.
WIG HACK: Varying the number of holes you latch through creates a wig with more volume and bounce.

Insert a strand of the hair through the hook, pulling downward back through the same holes. This will create a loop. Then put your thumb and index finger through the loop, grabbing the lengths of the hair to pull them down through the loop of hair. Make sure the knot part of the loop is underneath the strand to create a smoother base of hair.
WIG HACK: As you get closer to the front perimeter and the parting area, loop thinner strands using the invisible knot method. This means pulling only one end of the length of the strand through the loop instead of both.

Continue with crocheting the hair through the weave cap holes until you’ve completed the process and your wig is as full as you like. Try on the wig as you go along to better judge the fullness of the hair. (But by all means, get all the way into Diana Ross mode with the volume.)

Once your wig is complete, fluff out the hair by separating the strands. Brush a few to purposely frizz the hair for a more natural textured look. If you’re going for a uniform twist out style, leave the hair as is, but separate strands to cover any netting.

Confused? Here are two short but good tutorials explaining the crochet wig process: How I Made My Crochet Wig and The Fastest Crochet Wig I’ve Ever Done.

Crochet wigs are a fly style choice, whether it’s for protective purposes or simply something fun to wear on a whim. You can cover your own hair, but still feel like you’re owning your signature look. Plus, it’s like having a permanent twist out depending on the hair texture you choose.

If you need to revive a sad, droopy wig, you can! Just brush out the hair carefully so you don’t snatch it out of the knot. Then wind the strands around perm rods in varying sizes and dip the hair in boiling water to set the curl.

With a crochet wig, you can have the fluffy hair of your dreams any day you choose.

Writtle girl has her hair cut cheap human lace wigs for cancer wig to support school friend

A TEN-YEAR-OLD girl had her hair cut to use in a wig for young cancer victims to support her best friend in battling the disease.

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When Katy Kyriacou was diagnosed with leukaemia last year, Amelia Boasman wanted black lace front wigs to help, especially when Katy lost her hair undergoing chemotherapy.

Amelia’s mother Sue said: “When Katie’s hair fell out Amelia could see how upset she was and how much more confident she felt wearing a wig. So she decided to grow her hair until it was long enough to cut for a wig.”

On Monday last week, the Writtle Juniors front lace wigs for black women pupils headed to ISIS Unisex hair salon in Wellfield, Writtle, owned by Amelia’s auntie Kerry Banks, for the snip.Katy cut off ten inches off Amelia’s hair that will now be donated to The Little Princess Trust, the charity that provided Katy’s wig.

With the support of her school, teachers, friends and her Guide group, Amelia also raised £400 to cover human hair full lace wigs the cost of the wig being made and donated the remainder to a children’s cancer charity.After the haircut Katy presented Amelia with a ‘brilliant buddy’ certificate for being “extremely brave and getting her hair cut into a bob”.

Sue continued: “When Katy was in hospital, they spoke through FaceTime so that Katy could catch up on all the gossip from school.”Katy has come to the end of her treatment cycle and is back at school, but has further ‘maintenance treatment’ ahead of her.Amelia also donates money to charity every year instead of receiving birthday presents.

“My birthday is just after Christmas and I am very lucky to get lots of lovely things, so I ask my friends to donate money to charity instead of buying me presents,” she said.Amelia’s father Andrew said: “People say to Amelia she was very brave to cut off her hair, but she says ‘I’m not brave, Katie was brave for fighting her cancer’.”It’s lovely that she can turn it around like that.”

 

The girl with lace front wigs for cheap the nine wigs

It is Week 11 of chemo, and Week 2 of the new term in my third year at my university in Amsterdam. Four months ago, when front lace wigs for black women I was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer in my lung, postponing my degree course would have been too much to deal with, so I’ve carried on.

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For obvious reasons, though, I’ve fallen behind, my books left unopened. When full lace wigs wholesale I applied to study political science, it wasn’t so much for the politics, or for the sake of being at university; it was for the life I wanted to live later, roaming the planet with a degree. Travelling has always been top of my to-do list. For me the biggest problem with having cancer is not physical. It’s that I can’t think about the life I’m going to be living when I’ve graduated. And that is killing my ambition to be here.

My professor gives me a date to present my first paper. It’s the same week that I’m supposed to be having my next chemo discount full lace wigs session. I look around me as he goes over the syllabus. It’s confusing being here, surrounded by so many other 21-year-olds. I can’t fool myself as I can when I’m sitting in a café wearing one of my growing collection of wigs: it’s clear that I’m not like them any more. They are here preparing themselves for tomorrow, while all I can think about is the day at hand.

I tug at the wig I’m wearing today, Blondie (I’ve named all my wigs after the sort of woman they remind me of). She’s the only way I can reappear at university without having to answer too many questions. But wearing Blondie and attempting to pass as the old me makes one thing cruelly clear: the girl who was studying hard for a grand life, dating until she found Mr Right, carelessly getting drunk, doesn’t exist any more. In my new life, putting on a wig and feeling anonymous is liberating. Wearing a wig in class is a painful reminder of who I can no longer be.

When the tutorial is over I pack my books and head home, with no plans to unpack them for a very long time. It hurts but it’s also a relief. I don’t have to do this any more: don’t have to contemplate my career, to become someone important, to learn things for later. Why study for a future that might turn out to be completely different? Better, surely, to focus on the present, which I know is real. It’s time for some reflection. Time to get up close and personal, starting with my own naked scalp.

A morning ritual is something I’ve never known. The secrets of hair and make-up have always been a mystery to me. I can barely manage mascara on a regular basis, let alone nail polish. I preferred to spend my mornings with the newspaper and a coffee rather than grooming myself. But that was then. Now I’ve become one of those women who reaches for powder and bushes rather than going “au naturel”. I start with my eyebrows. I was born with full, bushy brows; but now, thanks to chemo, they are completely gone. With my special brush—which cost me £30!—I carefully colour in where I think my arches used to be. Next up is eyeliner. There are no lashes left to lengthen, but the eyeliner helps create the illusion.

When the painting and colouring is done, I look to my wigs. But for some reason none of them will do today. I want to be someone else. Someone bold, someone unknown. I climb onto my bike, and 10 minutes later park up in front of my new favourite boutique, the theatrical store, stocked with props. I’m enjoying this metamorphosis game. Shopping here is not so different from shopping at H&M. I decide I need a hair style with a long fringe to cover where my eyebrows once were.

In a corner I see a Mia Wallace (the character played by Uma Thurman in Pulp Fiction) lookalike. I try it on. The cut is exactly what I need. The black colour is too severe for me, but luckily she also comes in an auburn tan that works wonders on my pale skin. The long strands fall over my shoulders, while the fringe covers part of my eyes. At £37 it’s by far the cheapest wig I’ve bought so far. Who would have thought that Uma would be so affordable? Beside me a dark-skinned woman is trying on wigs to wear to a party. She tucks her Afro under a shiny platinum white bob. The synthetic glow almost hurts my eyes, but the effect is amazing. “Could I try that one as well?” I ask.

Although the colour works differently on my skin, I immediately love it. I look like an outsider, something I’ve been fighting against ever since I got sick. With Platina, as I resolve to call her, I’m not hiding, I’m showing off.  I never thought I’d find wearing a wig fun, but it is.

Nine wigs, nine names, nine times as many friends and admirers. Nine sub-characters, and behind each of them a little piece of Sophie. An insecure Sophie: Stella. A sensual Sophie: Uma/Mia. A headstrong Sophie: Sue. A thoughtful Sophie: Blondie. A fun-loving Sophie: Platina. A romantic Sophie: Daisy. An erotic Sophie: Bebé. A hippy-chic Sophie: Lydia. A girl-next-door Sophie: Pam.  All my wigs make me feel more of a woman and less of a girl. Maybe that’s why I like them so much. Sue gets people’s attention – her red hair makes people think I’m a sassy broad – and she makes me feel more confident. Suddenly the clumsiness that comes with being somewhere between a girl and a woman doesn’t exist.  Today, as Platina, I feel different to yesterday, when I was Blondie.

EXCLUSIVE–Comedian Jackie cheap human hair full lace wigs Mason: Hillary Clinton ‘Hiding Emails Under Her Wig’

“I have no doubt that it’s a wig,” said Mason. “It looks like a wig and I’m sure it’s a wig. And I knew that sooner or later she would have to get a wig because she had to find a place to hide her quality lace front wigs emails. It’s under the wig. That’s where it is. There’s no question about it.”Mason was speaking on the weekend program “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,” broadcast on New York’s AM 970 The Answer and NewsTalk 990 in Philadelphia.

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Clinton’s ever-changing hairstyles did not go unnoticed by the Borscht Belt jokester.“This woman has had more hairstyles than she has foreign policy human hair lace wigs for cheap achievements,” he said, with Klein laughing in the background.Mason continued: “She has already had her hair in a hundred different places. You would never think that she only has one head. You would think she has thirty-two heads.”

“Because in the morning her hair is on the left side and you see in the afternoon it’s on the right side. You see the next say it’s very blond, slightly blond. All of the sudden it’s dark hair. All human hair lace front wigs the sudden the hair disappeared altogether. All you see is a head without hair. You don’t know which way the hair is going to go.”

Mason turned to Clinton’s noted pension for pantsuits: “Take a look at these pants outfits that she has. The only thing she has more than hairstyles is pants outfits. Every fifteen minutes a different pants outfit.”“Every single day she changes her mind about everything in the world,” Mason said.“She was for the Canadian pipeline and then all of the sudden Bernie Sanders came out with a higher poll number then she’s against the pipeline. Then she was for the trade agreement. Then Bernie Sanders got another poll number. She’s all of the sudden on the other side of the trade deal.”

“Her policy has nothing to do with the rest of the world. It has only to do with Bernie Sanders. When he moves left she moves further left. If he becomes a communist she becomes a dictator. If he starts killing people she will kill more people. She has to top Bernie Sanders.”“Thank God she’s topping Bernie Sanders now so she’s calm for a few minutes,” Mason added.The brouhaha was ignited after Internet giant Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report posted seven tweets suggesting Clinton’s latest hairdo was a wig and then linked to his Twitter account as the lead story on his website.

Donald Trump, who himself has long faced questions about the authenticity of his frock, weighed in during an appearance on Mark Levin’s radio show. Trump referenced Clinton’s “new hairdo,” prompting Levin to comment, “that’s called a wig.” “Is that a wig?” Trump asked. “It really was shocking to see it. You’re right, it must be… It was massive. Her hair became massive.”However, Clinton’s hairstylist, Santa Nikkels, has called the wig claims “ridiculous,” adding that “she has the most amazing hair in the world.”

Check out what Pepper front lace wigs the robot looks like in a wig and makeup

SoftBank’s Pepper robot isn’t just the world’s first android to understand human emotions – it’s also the first to inspire the launch of an online store offering a range of clothing and accessories lace front wigs human hair made especially for a droid.

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Since going on sale in Japan in June, the 120-centimeter-tall robot appears to have won itself plenty of fans, among short lace front wigs them two buddies who’ve got together to make and sell a range of garments and other gear so owners can personalize their Pepper.

Mitsuru Numata, who runs a Pepper fan club, came up with the idea for an online store after a chat with friend Reiko Kawauchi, according to a Wall Street Journal report.Related: Man arrested hair lace wigs after assaulting Pepper
But the task of designing clothes, jewelry, and other gear for Pepper turned out to be trickier than expected. Early designs saw materials interfere with the robot’s sensors or become caught in its joints and hinges, causing it to malfunction.
Determined to prettify Pepper, they eventually found a way of dressing it up without causing any operational issues, and once they’d knocked together a few different items, they started selling the stuff online.

Current offerings include a range of dresses for around 20,000 yen ($163), as well as a red kimono, also for 20,000 yen. For a more formal look – ideal if Pepper is acting as your butler – a tux and bow tie can be yours for 15,000 yen ($122).

And with Christmas just around the corner, the duo have just added some seasonal costumes, too.

The store also includes necklaces, earrings, hairpieces, and stickers that act as makeup.

Related: Watch these DARPA droids bite the dust

Commenting on the venture, Numata told the Journal, “We’re not doing it for the money. We aim to offer the joy of the experience of personalizing humanoid robots.”

Pepper, which is the result of a partnership between SoftBank and French robotics company Aldebaran SAS, is being marketed in Japan as an assistant for businesses and also as a companion for families and those living by themselves.

When it went on sale in June, the first batch of 1,000 Peppers sold out in just 60 seconds. Since then SoftBank has been producing a further 1,000 a month, though demand indicates it should be making plenty more.

Related: No sex of any kind for Pepper the robot, creators say

The robot has been designed to understand the feelings of humans it interacts with by processing information gathered via on-board cameras and sensors. It can then respond with its own emotions through body posture, tone of voice, and color changes shown on its “heart display,” essentially a tablet strapped to its torso. It can also sing, dance, and tell jokes.

Pepper costs $1,650, though buyers also have to spend an additional $200 a month to cover various service charges. The droid should arrive in the U.S. and Europe next year, so if you happen to get one and feel like making it look less naked, you’ll be pleased to know that Numata’s online store ships overseas.