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Section E – Written questions lodged on 30 April 2008

Questions marked with a triangle (Δ) are initiated by the Scottish Executive in order to facilitate the provision of information to the Parliament.

Questions in which a member has indicated a declarable interest are marked with an "R".

S3W-12447 Mike Rumbles: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-10528 by Stewart Stevenson on 13 March 2008, when it will launch its consultation on energy performance and carbon impact measures for existing domestic and non-domestic buildings.

S3W-12448 Mike Rumbles: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-10528 by Stewart Stevenson on 13 March 2008, which external shareholders it has consulted on measures to reduce emissions from existing buildings, when it met each organisation and what issues were discussed.

S3W-12449 Hugh Henry: To ask the Scottish Executive what commitment it has to advanced highers following its announcement on national qualifications.

S3W-12450 Jamie Stone: To ask the Scottish Executive how many assaults have been committed against ambulance drivers and workers carrying out their duties in each of the last five years.

S3W-12451 Jamie Stone: To ask the Scottish Executive how many assaults have been committed against drivers of one-person rapid response ambulance vehicles in each of the last five years.

S3W-12452 Jamie Stone: To ask the Scottish Executive what proportion of all ambulance or rapid response vehicle journeys are undertaken by drivers with no other individual present.

S3W-12453 Jamie Stone: To ask the Scottish Executive what discussions it has had with the Scottish Ambulance Service in the last year about protecting ambulance drivers and workers in the course of their duties.

S3W-12454 Jamie Stone: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has concerns about any increase in the numbers of one-person ambulance vehicles in respect of the safety of the drivers.

S3W-12455 Christine Grahame: To ask the Scottish Executive how much it expects to spend in 2008-09 on advertising associated with drinking and driving.

S3W-12456 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what its position is on its Inquiry Reporter giving approval to develop in an area designated as being at high risk of flooding despite objections by the local authority and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.

S3W-12457 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it has any plans to legislate to ensure that regional spatial strategies and local development documents include a strategic flood assessment as part of a sustainability appraisal.

S3W-12458 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what work it has completed on predicting and identifying the possible severity and frequency of flooding due to climate change and assessing the resulting cost impact.

S3W-12459 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what estimates have been made of (a) sea-based flooding, (b) coastal flooding and (c) the effects of sea level rise and storm surge in the (i) Forth, (ii) Tay and (iii) Clyde estuaries.

S3W-12460 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what work it has undertaken on studying the probability of events occurring at the same time, such as a sustained period of rain and a heavy storm and their impacts, with particular regard to the (a) Forth, (b) Tay and (c) Clyde estuaries.

S3W-12461 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on investigations into good and bad flood management practices across the world and what lessons have been learnt.

S3W-12462 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive how the risk of flooding and coastal erosion will change in Scotland over the next 100 years.

S3W-12463 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the cost to it of flood damage has been in each of the last eight years.

S3W-12464 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the annual cost is of damage as a consequence of coastal erosion across Scotland and how this compares with costs of damage arising from flooding.

S3W-12465 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what its position is on its Inquiry Reporter permitting development on land that is already artificial landfill on the coast of the River Forth and in an area designated by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency as being at high risk of flooding.

S3W-12466 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive how much it plans to invest in better modelling and prediction of flooding to better assess the risks and costs of flood management.

S3W-12467 Jamie Stone: To ask the Scottish Executive what forms of financial assistance are available to Highland hotel and bed and breakfast businesses to enable them to take maximum advantage of the domestic and non-domestic heating opportunities that will be presented by the Balcas wood pellet and energy plant at Invergordon.

S3W-12468 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what action has been taken to increase the amount of locally produced food in prisons.

S3W-12469 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what targets it has set for the use of fair trade produce in school meals.

S3W-12470 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what targets it has set for products used in school meals in respect of meeting the standards of recognised farm-assured schemes.

S3W-12471 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what targets it has set for products used in school meals in respect of meeting the standards of recognised organic schemes.

S3W-12472 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will support the construction of a footpath alongside the A76 between Cumnock and New Cumnock to ensure the safety of those who walk this route.

S3W-12473 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it will support the construction of a footpath alongside the A77 in South Ayrshire on the stretch of road between the Ainslie Manor Nursing Home and the Mill Road junction, to ensure the safety of those who walk this route.

S3W-12474 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-766 by Nicola Sturgeon on 18 June 2007, whether it will provide updated details of the budget allocated for the (a) building and (b) running of the new community hospital in Girvan, indicating whether the previously estimated costs have increased and, if so, by how much.

S3W-12475 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-765 by Nicola Sturgeon on 18 June 2007, when it now believes that the new community hospital in Girvan will be completed.

S3W-12476 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-764 by Nicola Sturgeon on 18 June 2007, when it now believes that building work will commence on the new community hospital in Girvan.

S3W-12477 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many applications have been made to the £200,000 fund, announced by the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment at the Village Halls Summit on 23 February 2008, from (a) South Ayrshire and (b) East Ayrshire councils.

S3W-12478 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive when the decision was taken to reallocate the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire, to other projects.

S3W-12479 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive who took the decision to reallocate the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire, to other projects.

S3W-12480 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what consultation was undertaken with local communities prior to the decision to reallocate the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire, to other projects.

S3W-12481 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what consultation was undertaken with Network Rail prior to the decision to reallocate the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire, to other projects.

S3W-12482 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what consultation was undertaken with Forestry Commission Scotland prior to the decision to reallocate the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire, to other projects.

S3W-12483 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what consultation was undertaken with South Ayrshire Council prior to the decision to reallocate the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire, to other projects.

S3W-12484 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive what consultation was undertaken with Scottish Enterprise Ayrshire prior to the decision to reallocate the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire, to other projects.

S3W-12485 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive which projects have been funded by the reallocation of the Freight Facilities Grant of £5.2 million, originally awarded in January 2006 towards the construction of a new railhead at Barrhill, South Ayrshire.

S3W-12486 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how much funding will be available for freight facilities grants in each of the next three years.

S3W-12487 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how much funding will be available under the Strategic Timber Transport Fund in each of the next three years.

S3W-12488 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many applications have been made for freight facilities grants since May 2007.

S3W-12489 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many freight facilities grants have been awarded since May 2007 and what the value has been of each award.

S3W-12490 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many application have been made to the Strategic Timber Transport Fund since May 2007.

S3W-12491 Cathy Jamieson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many grants have been awarded since May 2007 under the Strategic Timber Transport Fund and what the value has been of each award.

S3W-12492 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps it has taken to ensure that arrangements for sharing risks between central government, local government and insurers are transparent and optimal in terms of minimising the overall costs to the taxpayer and ensuring that appropriate measures are taken to reduce risks.

S3W-12493 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what policy it has developed to support public bodies in the event of catastrophic events and in what circumstances it will provide support funding; whether the funding will be available as a grant or claim-based; what level of funding will be available, and what restrictions will be placed on its use.

S3W-12494 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what policy it has developed to ensure that support schemes are simple and responsive in order to ensure immediate action to protect life and limb in any flooding emergency.

S3W-12495 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive how it will ensure that local authorities’ risk assessments differentiate between the risks of river and coastal flooding in high risk areas and flooding due to excessive rainfall.

S3W-12496 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps it has taken to measure the vulnerability of the population to flooding, broken down by area.

S3W-12497 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what measures it has taken to assess the risks associated with serious flooding across more than one local authority area, such as those adjacent to the River Forth, particularly in respect of determining insurance excesses, and whether it considers that levels of self insurance and reserves are adequate in the event of serious emergency.

S3W-12498 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps it has taken to arrange for local authorities with little previous experience of flooding to learn from others that have been living with the risk for some time.

S3W-12499 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what measures it is taking to ensure that strategic flood assessments are required for regional spatial strategies and local development documents in flood risk locations.

S3W-12500 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what guidance has been given on measures to reduce the consequences of flooding.

S3W-12501 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what feedback is given to statutory agencies, such as the Scottish Environment Protection Agency, and key stakeholders when inquiry reporters or local authority planning departments make decisions that have gone against the objections of the statutory agencies.

S3W-12502 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive how it proposes to strengthen sequential testing to make explicit allowance for climate change in flood zones and how it plans to favour development sites that do not increase the consequences of flooding.

S3W-12503 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what work has taken place on the preparation of a foresight report to assess the contribution that effective land-use planning will make to managing flood risk with a view to reducing the aggregate cost of flood defences up to 2080.

S3W-12504 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive how many appeals against convictions have been received by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission in each year since 1999, broken down by grounds for appeal.

S3W-12505 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive how many appeals against convictions have been referred to the high court in each year since 1999, broken down by grounds of appeal.

S3W-12506 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive what constitutes defective representation by solicitors.

S3W-12507 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive what action can be taken against solicitors referred to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission for defective representation.

S3W-12508 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it considers it to be in the public interest to disclose the names of solicitors referred to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission for defective representation.

S3W-12509 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it considers that the disclosure of the names of solicitors referred to the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission for defective representation would contravene section 38(1)(b) of the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

S3W-12510 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission holds records of the names of individual solicitors referred to the commission on grounds of defective representation.

S3W-12511 Mary Scanlon: To ask the Scottish Executive what the eligibility criteria are for payment of (a) travel and (b) accommodation costs for patients to attend hospital appointments as out-patients or in-patients.

S3W-12512 Mary Scanlon: To ask the Scottish Executive what action is being taken to ensure that all hospital patients are aware of their eligibility for repayment of travel and accommodation costs.

S3W-12513 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what information it has on the number of homeowners who have been refused home insurance as a consequence of planning decisions where the Scottish Environment Protection Agency has made direct objections to the planning development.

S3W-12514 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many meetings it has held with the Association of British Insurers in the last five years to discuss flood risk areas in Scotland.

S3W-12515 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it considers that climate change will be a material consideration in future planning decisions.

S3W-12516 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps it is taking to measure how development in one local authority area can increase the risk of flooding and defence costs elsewhere.

S3W-12517 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive how it proposes to ensure that the principle of sequential testing is applied to land allocations in sustainable community planning.

S3W-12518 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive on how many occasions since 1990 it has overturned local authorities’ decisions not to allow a development where there were sustained objections from the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.

S3W-12519 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to ensure that the Scottish Environment Protection Agency is a statutory consultee for all planning applications for any development where there is any risk of flooding.

S3W-12520 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to ensure that Scottish Water is a statutory consultee for all planning applications for any development where there is any risk of flooding.

S3W-12521 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what its position is on a requirement for local authority planners to report to government on the outcome of decisions where agencies or water companies have objected and planning authorities to make such decisions publicly accessible as part of e-government initiatives.

S3W-12522 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what consideration it has given to the fact that categorisation of risk of flooding is based on present-day risk rather than future risk.

S3W-12523 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what consideration it has given to changing the categorisation of flooding risk to that based on future risk, given the background of climate change over the lifetime of developments that will last for many decades.

S3W-12524 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what the locations are of existing (a) flood alleviation schemes, (b) flood storage, (c) sustainable drainage systems and (d) property-level flood mitigation in the (i) Forth, (ii) Tay and (iii) Clyde estuaries.

S3W-12525 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive how many homes are at risk of flooding in the (a) Forth, (b) Tay and (c) Clyde estuaries.

S3W-12526 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what average cost per property is estimated for rebuilding properties designated as being at a high risk of flooding in the (a) Forth, (b) Tay and (c) Clyde estuaries.

S3W-12527 Helen Eadie: To ask the Scottish Executive what studies it has made of the cost impact of continuing to permit developments behind existing flood defences, the cost of maintaining such developments and the sustainability of such an approach.

S3W-12528 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-1688 by John Swinney on 25 July 2007, how many post offices it considers to be sustainable and what specific support it will give to post offices threatened with closure under the Network Change Programme.

S3W-12529 John Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive what the costs would have been to it of terminating the management contract for HM Prison Addiewell, showing the basis on which such costs are determined and calculated.

S3W-12530 John Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive what the ratio of prisoners to staff is in (a) Shotts, (b) Glenochil and (c) Kilmarnock prisons.

S3W-12531 John Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive what the ratio of prisoners to staff is estimated to be in HM Prison Addiewell.

S3W-12532 John Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many changes there have been in the management contract for HM Prison Kilmarnock since it was first signed and what the cost has been of each change.

S3W-12533 John Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the workshops in HM Prison Kilmarnock make a financial surplus.

S3W-12534 John Wilson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many staff are currently employed by the Scottish Housing Regulator, broken down by location.

S3W-12535 Gavin Brown: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-11748 by Kenny MacAskill on 28 April 2008, why the information on drink driving and drug driving offences cannot be separated.

S3W-12536 Gavin Brown: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-11748 by Kenny MacAskill on 28 April 2008, how many people in the Lothians region in each year since 1997 were recorded (a) "driving a motor vehicle with blood alcohol content above prescribed limit" and (b) "in charge of a motor vehicle while blood alcohol content above limit".

S3W-12537 Gavin Brown: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-11748 by Kenny MacAskill on 28 April 2008, why the figures exclude people "driving a motor vehicle with blood alcohol content above prescribed limit" and "in charge of a motor vehicle while blood alcohol content above limit".

S3W-12538 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive how many full-time-equivalent staff with training or qualifications in cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) or similar treatments are (a) employed in and (b) delivering cognitive behaviour therapy or similar treatments in each NHS board, also showing the number of weekly sessions such staff deliver.

S3W-12539 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to ensure that health professionals who have already undertaken training or achieved qualifications in delivering cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) or similar treatments since 1999 are given the opportunity to undertake work involving CBT.

S3W-12540 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what plans it has to increase the number of trained health professionals to provide cognitive behaviour therapy and similar treatments.

S3W-12541 Mary Scanlon: To ask the Scottish Executive how many people died from thrombosis in each of the last five years.

S3W-12542 Mary Scanlon: To ask the Scottish Executive what the cost was to the NHS for the treatment of thrombosis-related diseases in each of the last five years.

S3W-12543 Mary Scanlon: To ask the Scottish Executive how many people are affected by thrombophilia.

S3W-12544 Mary Scanlon: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it is considering screening for thrombophilia in individuals before they take contraceptive pills or hormone replacement therapy, or in any other at risk groups.

S3W-12545 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what progress has been made in immunising older people with pneumococcal vaccine, in particular high-risk groups such as people who suffer from asplenia.

S3W-12546 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive whether it intends to undertake any catch-up vaccination of children who have not received the pneumococcal vaccine.

S3W-12547 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps it is taking to encourage parents who were advised to decline the MMR vaccine for their children to now take up the vaccination.

S3W-12548 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive, following recent reports that almost 50% of children opted for six single MMR injections and did not complete the course, what action is being taken to encourage vaccination of these children.

S3W-12549 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what stockpiles of pneumococcal vaccine exist in Scotland to prevent the spread of secondary respiratory infection in the event of a pandemic.

S3W-12550 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what guidance has been issued to NHS boards regarding maintaining a list of recently retired doctors, nurses and allied health professionals and whether they will be offered appropriate ongoing training for work during an emergency pandemic.

S3W-12551 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what training module it has created for retired medical, nursing and allied health professionals who may be able to provide support to core services in the event of a pandemic.

S3W-12552 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what steps have been taken to ensure that voluntary organisations such as the Red Cross, WRVS and others supporting vulnerable adults are fully engaged and consulted on planning issues in the event of a pandemic.

S3W-12553 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what guidance on pandemic preparedness has been issued to hospices, care homes, secure accommodation and the Dungavel detention centre.

S3W-12554 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what guidance been issued to residential schools on pandemic preparedness.

S3W-12555 Dr Richard Simpson: To ask the Scottish Executive what action it has taken, or intends to take through the Healthy Living programme, to encourage larger firms to plan for management of a pandemic.

S3W-12556 Margaret Smith: To ask the Scottish Executive how many retailers have been caught selling alcohol to underage customers in each of the last five years, broken down by (a) police force and (b) local authority area.

S3W-12557 Margaret Smith: To ask the Scottish Executive how many licensees have been caught selling alcohol to intoxicated customers in each of the last five years, broken down by (a) police force and (b) local authority area.

S3W-12558 Margaret Smith: To ask the Scottish Executive how many individuals have been cautioned for shoplifting in each of the last five years, broken down by (a) police force and (b) local authority area.

S3W-12559 Margaret Smith: To ask the Scottish Executive how many individuals have been prosecuted for shoplifting in each of the last five years, broken down by (a) police force and (b) local authority area.

S3W-12560 David Stewart: To ask the Scottish Executive what the regional transport partnerships’ revenue and capital budgets were in (a) 2005-06, (b) 2006-07 and (c) 2007-08.

S3W-12561 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive how many freedom of information requests have been received by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission since the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 came into force.

S3W-12562 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive how many freedom of information requests received by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission since the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 came into force have been (a) disclosed in the first instance, (b) refused in the first instance, (c) disclosed after review and (d) refused after review.

S3W-12563 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive how many freedom of information requests received by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission since the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 came into force have been referred to the Scottish Information Commissioner.

S3W-12564 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive how many freedom of information requests received by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission since the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 came into force and referred to the Scottish Information Commissioner have been disclosed.

S3W-12565 Bill Kidd: To ask the Scottish Executive how many freedom of information requests received by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission since the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 came into force, referred to the Scottish Information Commissioner and ordered to be disclosed have been appealed by the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission.

S3W-12566 Liam McArthur: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S3W-12017 by Shona Robison on 30 April 2008, how the £130k allocated to the Partners in Orkney will be shared out between the partners; whether it will be ring-fenced to fund the joint local implementation plans under the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003, and for how many years the funding been budgeted to be provided.

S3W-12567 Jamie Stone: To ask the Scottish Executive when the provisions of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 in relation to the streamlining of the disclosure process will come into force.

S3W-12568 Des McNulty: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answer to question S2W-32685 by Tom McCabe on 30 March 2007, what level of funding was provided to each local authority from 1999-2000 to 2006-07, showing average percentage changes over the whole period, also expressed on per capita basis and as national averages, alongside the figures for each local authority for 2007-08 and the projected figures for 2008-09 and 2009-10.

S3W-12569 Des McNulty: To ask the Scottish Executive how much transport expenditure there was in each local authority area in each of the last five years, also expressed on a per capita basis.

S3W-12570 Des McNulty: To ask the Scottish Executive how much transport expenditure there was in each parliamentary constituency in each of the last five years, also expressed on a per capita basis.

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