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WHAT FRUITS AND VEGETABLES CAN YOUR DOG EAT
From AKC.org  Nutrition  December, 2015

According to AKC there are several fruits and vegetables your dog can eat however DO NOT give them stems, seeds or the core of the fruit or veggie.

While the flesh of the fruits and vegetables are healty some seeds, cores and stems contain poisons you do not want your dog to have.  


The vegetables and fruits listed below is not the complete list from AKC but will certainly get you started.

Apples – Yes. Apples are an excellent source of vitamins A and C, as well as fiber for your dog. They are low in protein and fat, making them the perfect snack for senior dogs. Just be sure to remove the seeds and core first. Try them frozen for an icy warm weather snack.

Bananas – Yes. In moderation, bananas are a great low-calorie treat for dogs. They’re high in potassium, vitamins, biotin, fiber, and copper. They are low in cholesterol and sodium, but because of their high sugar content, bananas should be given as a treat, not part of your dog’s regular diet. 

Pears – Yes. Pears are a great snack because they’re high in copper, vitamins C and K, and fiber. It’s been suggested that eating the fruit can reduce the risk of having a stroke by 50 percent. Just be sure to cut pears into bite-size chunks and remove the pit and seeds first, as the seeds contain traces of cyanide.

Watermelon – Yes. It’s important to remove the rind and seeds first, as they can cause intestinal blockage, but watermelon is otherwise safe for dogs. It’s full of vitamin A, B-6, and C, as well as potassium. Watermelon is 92 percent water, so it’s a great way to keep your dog hydrated on hot summer days. 

Grapes – No. Grapes and raisins have proved to be very toxic for dogs no matter the dog’s breed, sex, or age. In fact, grapes are so toxic  they can lead to acute sudden kidney failure. Definitely skip this dangerous treat. 

Strawberries – Yes. Strawberries are full of fiber and vitamin C. Along with that, they also contain an enzyme that can help whiten your dog’s teeth as he or she eats them. They are high in sugar though, so be sure to give them in moderation. 

Blueberries – Yes. Blueberries are a superfood rich in antioxidants, which prevent cell damage in humans and canines alike. They’re packed with fiber and phytochemicals as well. Try blueberries as an alternative to store-bought treats. 

Carrots – Yes. Carrots are an excellent low-calorie snack that is high in fiber and beta-carotene, which produces vitamin A. Plus, crunching on the orange snack is great for your dog’s teETH.


The following Article is from dalmatian club of America.

The “Dal,” as he is known worldwide,
is an intelligent and affectionate breed, which means constant companionship, love and attention—often expressed by following you from room to room.

With this pamphlet, the Dalmatian Club of America would like to provide you with some basic information about our breed’s physical characteristics, and his personality as well. We hope it will help you to better enjoy this new member of your home.

The Dalmatian’s most unique physical feature is, of course, his spots. He is medium in size, usually between nineteen to twenty-four inches when measured at the shoulder. Males and females vary in weight, but the most common range is forty to sixty pounds.

Activities
Of both sporting and working heritage, he is ideally suited to be a family pet. He can also be
an eager participant in a wide variety of different performance events: agility, rally, barn hunt, lure coursing, dock diving, road trials with horses,
and obedience. Some are certified therapy dogs. And every single one of them is dependable and sensible enough to let you know when your guests or the mailman arrives—even before the doorbell rings. The Dal does it all!

Grooming
Clean by nature, he is one of the few breeds that grooms himself, and has none of the odor common

to other dogs. Even when you stroke his extremely soft coat, your hand will still smell fresh. He does shed year round, but a little bit of regular brushing helps to minimize this. A bath three to four times
a year is usually enough, and breeders discourage frequent bathing, as soap removes the natural oil that keeps his coat in good condition; in addition, a dry coat means an itchy coat. He needs his toenails trimmed weekly, but removing the hooked tip is all that is necessary. The condition of his teeth should be part of his annual checkup with the vet.

Health
All responsible breeders work toward genetic health for the breed, investigating potential sires and dams for sound temperaments, as well as testing hips, eyes, ears, and thyroid. Congenital deafness in one or both ears at birth is one of the things every Dalmatian breeder must address, and all responsible breeders conduct a BAER hearing test on all their litters. You should have received the results of this test when you bought your puppy. If you did not, please consider having him evaluated by a canine hearing specialist as soon as you can.
Regular veterinary care and appropriate vaccinations—about which your breeder should advise you—are essential to make sure your new dog is both healthy and happy.

The Dalmatian
is an easy keeper, but does have the genetic predisposition to develop bladder stones. Because “blockage” with a stone is life threatening, it must be treated as an emergency. A few simple steps will limit the possibility:
1. A “LOW PURINE” DIET—MOST COMMONLY FOUND IN KIBBLE WITH A PROTEIN PERCENTAGE IN THE LOW TWENTIES; 

2. PLENTIFUL CLEAN WATER

3. FREQUENT OPPORTUNITIES TO EMPTY HIS BLADDER. 

Should a problem develop, a prescription diet and/or medication from your vet can help alleviate the condition.

We now know that reaching physical maturity before neutering is an important component in helping to prevent blockages, and The Dalmatian Club of America strongly urges you to wait until your Dal celebrates his first birthday to do so.

However, neutering your new Dal is an important consideration. Many breeders have “spay AND NEUTER AGREEMENTS”
in their contracts and sometimes sell their companion puppies on “limited” AKC registrations. Altering your Dal will not change his personality, or even—contrary to popular conception—make him lazy or fat.  Just as in people, an obese dog is the result of too many calories and too little exercise.  Giving him “people food” or too many treats, can quickly transform a handsome, lean animal into a pudgy one.

Training
Taking the time to teach your dog basic obedience for his—and your own—mental health is also extremely important. This sort of training is most effective when dog and owner learn together in a professional class. Common commands like “sit,” “down,” “come,” “stay,” “off,” “leave it” and
“heel” provide him with the skills needed to
be a happy and well-behaved member of your household, which will matter to you greatly during your many years together. Often new owners begin training their puppy for good citizenship, and end up happily involved in competition sports that the agile and intelligent Dalmatian enjoys so much.

Puppy classes for beginners are widely available. Ask your vet or breeder for recommendations.

Last, but not least, don’t forget to take your new pal along with you whenever you are able, whether to work, to play or just to run errands. By exposing him to new places, new faces and a variety of different experiences, you will make him more settled and sociable. A social Dal is a happy Dal— one who will be a true ambassador for the breed.

Resources

For more information about your new Dalmatian, or about the Dalmatian Club of America, and to explore joining our national club, visit

www.thedca.org

Also, please visit

www.DCAF.org

to learn how you can support the Dalmatian Club of America Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the health of dogs and of Dalmatians in particular.

 © 2016 DALMATIAN CLUB OF AMERICA
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􏱎 􏰩􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰻􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰒􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏱃􏰒􏰜􏰢􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰣􏰟􏰍􏰤􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰤􏰚􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰗􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰍􏰀 􏰢􏰘􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰚􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰢􏰍􏰤􏰤􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰂
􏱎 􏰃􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰒􏰢􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰴􏰡􏰯􏰯􏰯􏰀􏰛􏰣􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰗􏰍􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰛􏰖􏰕􏰛􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰎􏰒􏰜􏰓􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰔􏰘􏰤􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰮􏰯􏰡􏰯􏰯􏰯􏰂


􏱎  􏰃􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰕􏰜􏰛􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰢􏰢􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰨􏰘􏰔􏰨􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰂

􏱎  􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰀􏰛􏰨􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰘􏰢􏰔􏰛􏰀􏰙􏰟􏰘􏰜􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰂

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􏱎  􏰃􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰊􏰎􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰌􏰗􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰤􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰂

􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰎􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰗􏰹􏰘􏰟􏰜􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰡􏰀 􏰹􏰚􏰕􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰣􏰕􏰨􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰚􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰛􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰂

􏰩􏰍􏰧􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰧􏰛􏰎􏰎􏰛􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰚􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰣􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰍􏰂􏰀􏰬􏰘􏰤􏰼 􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰛􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰟􏰨􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰗􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰦􏰀􏰢􏰔􏰍􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰚􏰘􏰔􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰛􏰔􏰕􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀 􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰖􏰛􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰝􏰚􏰍􏰎􏰣􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰓􏰕􏰟􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰍􏰗􏰚􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰘􏰔􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰛􏰗􏰖􏰂􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰹􏰛􏰛􏰧􏰂

􏱄􏰛􏰛􏰢􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰏􏰘􏰘􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰍􏰧􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰹􏰚􏰕􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰍􏰹􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰒􏰤􏰧􏰂􏰀􏰄􏰛􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰎􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰗􏰀􏰤􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰗􏰀 􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰂􏰀 



􏰝􏰘􏰎􏰣􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰒􏰔􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀 􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰎􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰨􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀 􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰮􏰯􏰁􏰰􏰀􏰈􏰃􏰉􏰉􏱋􏰃􏱄􏰝􏰀􏰋􏰒􏰧􏰍􏰎􏰒􏰓􏰍􏰀􏰝􏰚􏰍􏰜􏰢􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰚􏰕􏰢􏰀􏰙􏰟􏰘􏰜􏰀 􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰪􏰒􏰎􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰝􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀􏱑􏰒􏰍􏰔􏰕􏰙􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰛􏰤􏰢􏰛􏰖􏰕􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰹􏰘􏰀 􏰉􏰝􏰞􏰑􏰀􏰜􏰛􏰜􏰓􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰭

􏰐􏰕􏰾􏰀􏰌􏰔􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰘􏰎􏰀􏱒􏰀􏰄􏰕􏰖􏰘􏰀
􏱅􏰍􏰟􏰓􏰍􏰟􏰍􏰀 􏰏􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰘􏰖􏰧􏰂􏰀􏰬􏰘􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰜􏰜􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰙􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰨􏰦􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀 􏰧􏰎􏰘􏰹􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰕􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰍􏰜􏰢􏰎􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰜􏰒􏰏􏰂􏰀􏰶􏰕􏰎􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰹􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰼􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰎􏰛􏰹􏰤􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰔􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰎􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰼 􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏱃􏰘􏰕􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰢􏰍􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰡􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰎􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰣􏰎􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰟􏰕􏰘􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰕􏰟􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰏􏰛􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰤􏰂

􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰘􏰢􏰔􏰛􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰟􏰕􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰃􏰛􏰏􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰛􏰖􏰕􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰸􏰃􏰂􏰀 􏰍􏰛􏰣􏰦􏰢􏰗􏰕􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰃􏰂􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰓􏰘􏰢􏰕􏰖􏰗􏰒􏰤􏰺􏰂􏰀􏰝􏰒􏰟􏰟􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰔􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰛􏰨􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰚􏰘􏰹􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀 􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰀􏰛􏰨􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏱆􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀 􏰏􏰘􏰎􏰛􏰂

􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰝􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰉􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰝􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰘􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰑􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰢􏰘􏰟􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰔􏰔􏰘􏰹􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰣􏰍􏰟􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀 􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰭

􏱎  􏰃􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰕􏰜􏰛􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰢􏰢􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰨􏰘􏰔􏰨􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰂

􏱎  􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰀􏰛􏰨􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰘􏰢􏰔􏰛􏰀􏰙􏰟􏰘􏰜􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰂

􏱎  􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰦􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰢􏰘􏰟􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰦􏰢􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰤􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰪􏰘􏰹􏰼 􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰛􏰛􏰏􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰗􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰒􏰎􏰏􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰂

􏱎  􏰃􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰊􏰎􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰌􏰗􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰤􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰆􏰕􏰧􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰒􏰤􏰂

􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰎􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰗􏰹􏰘􏰟􏰜􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰡􏰀 􏰹􏰚􏰕􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰣􏰕􏰨􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰚􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰛􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰂

􏰩􏰍􏰧􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰧􏰛􏰎􏰎􏰛􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰚􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰣􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰍􏰂􏰀􏰬􏰘􏰤􏰼 􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰛􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰟􏰨􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰗􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰦􏰀􏰢􏰔􏰍􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰚􏰘􏰔􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰛􏰔􏰕􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀 􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰖􏰛􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰝􏰚􏰍􏰎􏰣􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰓􏰕􏰟􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰍􏰗􏰚􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰘􏰔􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰛􏰗􏰖􏰂􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰹􏰛􏰛􏰧􏰂

􏱄􏰛􏰛􏰢􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰏􏰘􏰘􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰍􏰧􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰹􏰚􏰕􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰍􏰹􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰒􏰤􏰧􏰂􏰀􏰄􏰛􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰎􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰗􏰀􏰤􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰗􏰀 􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏱉􏰒􏰕􏰗􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰂􏰀

􏰃􏱄􏰝􏰀􏰌􏰗􏰍􏰙􏰙􏰀􏰶􏰟􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏱏􏰀􏰬􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰁􏰰􏰡􏰀􏰮􏰯􏰁􏰰  􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰔􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰙􏰟􏰛􏰛􏰾􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰜􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰒􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰂
􏰑􏰛􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰤􏰧􏰒􏰎􏰧􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀 􏰙􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰇􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰤􏰹􏰕􏰜􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰣􏰎􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰧􏰼 􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰢􏰒􏰏􏰏􏰔􏰛􏰤􏰂
􏰌􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰔􏰏􏰀􏰉􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰇􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏱅􏰛􏰀􏰝􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰎􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰃􏰓􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱇
􏰈􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰤􏰕􏰓􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰮􏰯􏰯􏰳􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰒􏰏􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰮􏰵􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰖􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰒􏰎􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰼 􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰔􏰗􏰚􏰦􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰓􏰘􏰏􏰕􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰖􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰕􏰼 􏰘􏰒􏰤􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰕􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰓􏰔􏰛􏰜􏰂
􏰶􏰚􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰒􏰎􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀 􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰎􏰣􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰰􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰚􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰍􏰣􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰍􏰧􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰓􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰲
􏰌􏰕􏰣􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰎􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰟􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰒􏰤􏰒􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰔􏰒􏰏􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰟􏰣􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰢􏰢􏰛􏰗􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰡􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰨􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰕􏰟􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀 􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰂􏰀􏰥􏰍􏰒􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰂􏰀􏱅􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰤􏰚􏰘􏰹􏰀􏰖􏰚􏰍􏰎􏰣􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰧􏰕􏰏􏰎􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰔􏰒􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰧􏰕􏰏􏰎􏰛􏰦􏰀 􏰨􏰍􏰔􏰒􏰛􏰤􏰂
􏰉􏰕􏰍􏰣􏰎􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰏􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰓􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰧􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰛􏰖􏰕􏰙􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰃􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰓􏰕􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀 􏰗􏰦􏰢􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱆􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀 􏰙􏰟􏰘􏰜􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰣􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰤􏰜􏰂
􏰪􏰘􏰹􏰀􏰝􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰉􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰇􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰑􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱇
􏰑􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰢􏰔􏰕􏰤􏰚􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰘􏰢􏰢􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰻􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰂􏰀􏰃􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰡􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰤􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰼 􏰗􏰕􏰾􏰛􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏱈􏰤􏰀􏰛􏰎􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰎􏰜􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰛􏰔􏰕􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰣􏰍􏰟􏰓􏰍􏰣􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰼 􏰟􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰂
􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰾􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰹􏰘􏰟􏰏􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰣􏰕􏰘􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰧􏰛􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰼 􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰍􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰒􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰪􏰘􏰹􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰦􏰀􏰓􏰘􏰏􏰕􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰔􏰒􏰕􏰏􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰔􏰒􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰨􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀 􏰤􏰍􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰍􏰡􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰙􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰜􏰢􏰘􏰟􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰘􏰓􏰤􏰛􏰟􏰨􏰛􏰀 􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰦􏰣􏰕􏰛􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰸􏰹􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰗􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰣􏰔􏰘􏰨􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰚􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰖􏰔􏰛􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰒􏰢􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰼 􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰙􏰍􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰛􏰗􏰖􏰂􏰺
􏰽􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰢􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰙􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰚􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀 
􏰽􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰹􏰍􏰦􏰤􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰧􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰒􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰜􏰕􏰔􏰏􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀 􏰘􏰖􏰖􏰒􏰟􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰜􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀
􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰖􏰚􏰛􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰕􏰍􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰒􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰹􏰘􏰟􏰔􏰏􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰟􏰣􏰛􏰀􏰎􏰒􏰜􏰼 􏰓􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏱆􏰀􏰍􏰓􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰮􏰴􏰯􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰜􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰙􏰕􏰛􏰏􏰂

􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰊􏰎􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰌􏰗􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰎􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰎􏰜􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰔􏰏􏰔􏰕􏰙􏰛􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰛􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀 􏰏􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰘􏰖􏰧􏰂􏰀􏰬􏰘􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰜􏰜􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰙􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰨􏰦􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀 􏰧􏰎􏰘􏰹􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰕􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰍􏰜􏰢􏰎􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰜􏰒􏰏􏰂􏰀􏰶􏰕􏰎􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰹􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰼 􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰔􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰙􏰟􏰛􏰛􏰾􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰜􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰒􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰂

􏰑􏰛􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰤􏰧􏰒􏰎􏰧􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀 􏰙􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰇􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰤􏰹􏰕􏰜􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰣􏰎􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰧􏰼 􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰢􏰒􏰏􏰏􏰔􏰛􏰤􏰂

􏰌􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰔􏰏􏰀􏰉􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰇􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏱅􏰛􏰀􏰝􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰎􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰃􏰓􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱇

􏰈􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰤􏰕􏰓􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰮􏰯􏰯􏰳􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰒􏰏􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰮􏰵􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰖􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰒􏰎􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰼 􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰔􏰗􏰚􏰦􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰓􏰘􏰏􏰕􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰖􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰕􏰼 􏰘􏰒􏰤􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰕􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰓􏰔􏰛􏰜􏰂

􏰶􏰚􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰒􏰎􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀 

􏰌􏰕􏰣􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰎􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰟􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰒􏰤􏰒􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰔􏰒􏰏􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰟􏰣􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰢􏰢􏰛􏰗􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰡􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰨􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰕􏰟􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀 􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰂􏰀􏰥􏰍􏰒􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰂􏰀􏱅􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰤􏰚􏰘􏰹􏰀􏰖􏰚􏰍􏰎􏰣􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰧􏰕􏰏􏰎􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰔􏰒􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰧􏰕􏰏􏰎􏰛􏰦􏰀 􏰨􏰍􏰔􏰒􏰛􏰤􏰂

􏰉􏰕􏰍􏰣􏰎􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰏􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰓􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰧􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰛􏰖􏰕􏰙􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰃􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰓􏰕􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀 􏰗􏰦􏰢􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱆􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀 􏰙􏰟􏰘􏰜􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰣􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰤􏰜􏰂

􏰪􏰘􏰹􏰀􏰝􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰉􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰇􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰑􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱇

􏰑􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰢􏰔􏰕􏰤􏰚􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰘􏰢􏰢􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰻􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰂􏰀􏰃􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰡􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰤􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰼 􏰗􏰕􏰾􏰛􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏱈􏰤􏰀􏰛􏰎􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰎􏰜􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰛􏰔􏰕􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰣􏰍􏰟􏰓􏰍􏰣􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰼 􏰟􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰂

􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰾􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰹􏰘􏰟􏰏􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰣􏰕􏰘􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰧􏰛􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰼 􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰍􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰒􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰪􏰘􏰹􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰦􏰀􏰓􏰘􏰏􏰕􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰔􏰒􏰕􏰏􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰔􏰒􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰨􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀 􏰤􏰍􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰍􏰡􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰙􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰜􏰢􏰘􏰟􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰘􏰓􏰤􏰛􏰟􏰨􏰛􏰀 􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰦􏰣􏰕􏰛􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰸􏰹􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰗􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰣􏰔􏰘􏰨􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰚􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰖􏰔􏰛􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰒􏰢􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰼 􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰙􏰍􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰛􏰗􏰖􏰂􏰺

􏰽􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰢􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰙􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰚􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀  􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰟􏰘􏰜􏰀􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰂

􏰽􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰹􏰍􏰦􏰤􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰧􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰒􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰜􏰕􏰔􏰏􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀 􏰘􏰖􏰖􏰒􏰟􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰜􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀 

􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰛􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰦􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰧􏰕􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰣􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰤􏰜􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀 􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰖􏰚􏰛􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰕􏰍􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰒􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰹􏰘􏰟􏰔􏰏􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰟􏰣􏰛􏰀􏰎􏰒􏰜􏰼 􏰓􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏱆􏰀􏰍􏰓􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰮􏰴􏰯􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰜􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰙􏰕􏰛􏰏􏰂

􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰊􏰎􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰌􏰗􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰎􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰎􏰜􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰔􏰏􏰔􏰕􏰙􏰛􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰛􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀 􏰏􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰘􏰖􏰧􏰂􏰀􏰬􏰘􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰔􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰜􏰜􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰙􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰨􏰦􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀 􏰧􏰎􏰘􏰹􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰕􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰍􏰜􏰢􏰎􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰜􏰒􏰏􏰂􏰀􏰶􏰕􏰎􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰹􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰼 􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰍􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰔􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰀􏰙􏰟􏰛􏰛􏰾􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰜􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰒􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰂

􏰑􏰛􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰀􏰤􏰒􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰤􏰧􏰒􏰎􏰧􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀 􏰙􏰛􏰟􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰜􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰇􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰤􏰹􏰕􏰜􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰍􏰣􏰎􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰧􏰼 􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰢􏰒􏰏􏰏􏰔􏰛􏰤􏰂

􏰌􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰔􏰏􏰀􏰉􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰇􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏱅􏰛􏰀􏰝􏰘􏰎􏰖􏰛􏰟􏰎􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰃􏰓􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱇

􏰈􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰤􏰕􏰓􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰮􏰯􏰯􏰳􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰒􏰏􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰮􏰵􏰀􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰖􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰒􏰎􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰼 􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰍􏰔􏰗􏰚􏰦􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰓􏰘􏰏􏰕􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰖􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰕􏰼 􏰘􏰒􏰤􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰘􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰕􏰟􏰀􏰘􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰓􏰔􏰛􏰜􏰂

􏰶􏰚􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰒􏰎􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀

􏰌􏰕􏰣􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰎􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰟􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰒􏰤􏰒􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰔􏰒􏰏􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰟􏰣􏰦􏰡􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰢􏰢􏰛􏰗􏰕􏰗􏰛􏰡􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰨􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰕􏰟􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀 􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰂􏰀􏰥􏰍􏰒􏰎􏰏􏰕􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰀􏰤􏰛􏰛􏰎􏰂􏰀􏱅􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰔􏰔􏰀􏰤􏰚􏰘􏰹􏰀􏰖􏰚􏰍􏰎􏰣􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰀􏰧􏰕􏰏􏰎􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰔􏰒􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰧􏰕􏰏􏰎􏰛􏰦􏰀 􏰨􏰍􏰔􏰒􏰛􏰤􏰂

􏰉􏰕􏰍􏰣􏰎􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰏􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰟􏰘􏰒􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰓􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰘􏰧􏰀􏰤􏰢􏰛􏰖􏰕􏰙􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰃􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰓􏰕􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰟􏰛􏰀 􏰗􏰦􏰢􏰕􏰖􏰍􏰔􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰒􏰤􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱆􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰘􏰎􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰛􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀 􏰙􏰟􏰘􏰜􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰣􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰤􏰜􏰂

􏰪􏰘􏰹􏰀􏰝􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰉􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰇􏰹􏰎􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰑􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏱇

􏰑􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰢􏰔􏰕􏰤􏰚􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰤􏰗􏰘􏰢􏰢􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰻􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰛􏰤􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰂􏰀􏰃􏰔􏰤􏰘􏰡􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰤􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰼 􏰗􏰕􏰾􏰛􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏱈􏰤􏰀􏰛􏰎􏰨􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰎􏰜􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰓􏰦􏰀􏰛􏰔􏰕􏰜􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰘􏰏􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀􏰣􏰍􏰟􏰓􏰍􏰣􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰏􏰒􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰙􏰛􏰼 􏰟􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰗􏰤􏰂

􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰀􏰾􏰘􏰘􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰕􏰖􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰹􏰘􏰟􏰏􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰍􏰣􏰕􏰘􏰒􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰘􏰤􏰗􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰧􏰛􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰹􏰍􏰦􏰀􏰚􏰒􏰼 􏰜􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰕􏰍􏰀􏰛􏰠􏰢􏰘􏰤􏰒􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰟􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰒􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰪􏰘􏰹􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰡􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰦􏰀􏰓􏰘􏰏􏰕􏰔􏰦􏰀􏰙􏰔􏰒􏰕􏰏􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰖􏰔􏰒􏰏􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰨􏰘􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰏􏰀 􏰤􏰍􏰔􏰕􏰨􏰍􏰡􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰎􏰤􏰜􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀􏰅􏰙􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰹􏰕􏰗􏰚􏰀􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰡􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰦􏰀􏰕􏰜􏰢􏰘􏰟􏰗􏰍􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰘􏰓􏰤􏰛􏰟􏰨􏰛􏰀 􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰢􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰦􏰣􏰕􏰛􏰎􏰛􏰀􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰚􏰍􏰤􏰀􏰟􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰨􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰸􏰹􏰛􏰍􏰟􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰘􏰗􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰨􏰛􏰀􏰣􏰔􏰘􏰨􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰹􏰚􏰛􏰎􏰀􏰖􏰔􏰛􏰍􏰎􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰒􏰢􏰀􏰍􏰙􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰼 􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰙􏰍􏰖􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰕􏰖􏰧􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰡􏰀􏰛􏰗􏰖􏰂􏰺

􏰽􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰔􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰎􏰀􏰘􏰢􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰤􏰕􏰏􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰙􏰀􏰦􏰘􏰒􏰟􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰚􏰕􏰣􏰚􏰀􏰟􏰕􏰤􏰧􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀􏰖􏰘􏰎􏰗􏰟􏰍􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰂􏰀 

􏰽􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰛􏰤􏰀􏰎􏰘􏰗􏰀􏰍􏰔􏰹􏰍􏰦􏰤􏰀􏰢􏰟􏰛􏰨􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰡􏰀􏰓􏰒􏰗􏰀􏰕􏰗􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰏􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰜􏰍􏰧􏰛􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰏􏰕􏰤􏰛􏰍􏰤􏰛􏰀􏰜􏰒􏰖􏰚􏰀􏰜􏰕􏰔􏰏􏰛􏰟􏰀􏰕􏰙􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰕􏰘􏰎􏰀 􏰘􏰖􏰖􏰒􏰟􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰩􏰚􏰛􏰟􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰛􏰀􏰢􏰘􏰗􏰛􏰎􏰗􏰕􏰍􏰔􏰀􏰙􏰘􏰟􏰀􏰨􏰍􏰖􏰖􏰕􏰎􏰍􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰣􏰤􏰀􏰗􏰚􏰍􏰗􏰀􏰏􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰕􏰎􏰙􏰛􏰖􏰗􏰛􏰏􏰀􏰗􏰘􏰀􏰓􏰛􏰖􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰎􏰣􏰀􏰗􏰛􏰟􏰜􏰀􏰖􏰍􏰟􏰟􏰕􏰛􏰟􏰤􏰀􏰘􏰙􏰀 􏰐􏰛􏰢􏰗􏰘􏰤􏰢􏰕􏰟􏰘􏰤􏰕􏰤􏰂􏰀􏰌􏰘􏰜􏰛􏰀􏰔􏰘􏰎􏰣












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Unapproved minutes from the May 25, 2018 meeting


Presidents Message:  President Anderson welcomed everyone to the meeting.  Everyone should know about the beautiful filled baskets donated to Dalmatian Club Of America (DECAF) from members of DCGP. Maureen Hugunin and Angie Stevanus sorted the contents, filled and wrapped the baskets. The contents were donated by Angie Stevanus, Maureen Hugunin, Sheila

Wymore and Margie Anderson.  The donation contributed over $400 to DECAF.  DECAF is the foundation that funds research into deafness, copper storage and other dalmatian maladies.

Vice President Report: None

Treasurer Report: Helen reported on current finances and cut a check to Superstition Kennel Club for DCGP expenses at the March, 2018 show.

Secretrary Report: Sheila was contacted by Lori Nelson, coordinator for The Heart Of The Desert Classic regarding judges.

Mary Martin will be available to judge our specialty and Sheila will contact her.  Nancy Purrell has agreed to judge sweeps for

​DCGP. 

Committee Reports: Membership, no report.

Old Business: Susan Lewis reported that Richard Lewis will be in contact with the Hall Of Flame regarding dalmatians at the next  Hall Of Flame Open House.  It is to late in the year for parades in AZ but Susan will contact people regarding parades in the fall of 2018 and early 2019. Susan will also be the DCGP contact person for the next Phoenix Pet Expo.

Show Committee: We may need to use the large tent and tables stored the club trailer that sits in Barbara DiMino's backyard at our 2019 specialty.

New Business: DCGP needs to remove the club trailer from Barbara's backyard. Margie agreed to store the tables and tent, Richard Lewis volunteered to remove the trailer from Barbara's backyard. The club agreed to replace the tires because the old tires are flat and sun rotted. 


Brag/Cry: Margie reported that Annie received 3 qualifying scores in lure coursing at the national. 

Monte reported they lost two affenpinschers (Poppet and Libby) to old age.