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Calendar day; June 19, 2015

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Friday, the 19th of June, 2015 is the 170th day in 2015 and in the 25th calendar week.
General Events:
World Sauntering Day
June 19, 2015 in the World
World Sauntering Day is celebrated on June 19, 2015. The purpose of World Sauntering Day is to remind us to take it easy, smell the roses, to slow down and enjoy life as opposed to rushing through it. It is also sometimes referred to as International Sauntering Day. Sauntering is a verb to describe a style of walking; it is not a sashay, prance, trot, or lollygag. Simply it is to walk slowly preferably with a joyful disposition.
Where is World Sauntering Day?
Worldwide
World Sickle Cell Awareness Day
June 19, 2015 in the World
ince 2008, World Sickle Cell Awareness Day has been held annually, in order to help increase public knowledge and raise awareness of Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) and the struggles sufferers and their families go through.
The date was chosen to commemorate the day on which a resolution was officially adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations, recognising SCD as a public health concern.
SCD affects millions of people around the world, including both adults and children. It is a potentially fatal disease and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), is one of the main causes of premature death amongst children under the age of five in various African countries.
Some health groups dedicated to SCD treatment or support hold special educational celebrations. However, even if you cannot attend one, why not spend the day researching the illness, learning about the signs and symptoms and increasing your understanding of its global impact?
Where is World Sickle Cell Awareness Day?
Worldwide
Juneteenth 2015
June 19, 2015 in the USA
Juneteenth takes place on June 19, 2015. Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, is a holiday in the United States that commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. state of Texas in 1865. Celebrated on June 19, the term is a portmanteau of June and nineteenth, and is recognized as a state holiday or state holiday observance in 41 states of the United States.
Where is Juneteenth?
Nationwide USA
National Garfield the Cat Day
June 19, 2015 in the USA
Garfield The Cat Day is celebrated annually on 19th June. The day is set aside to honour all things related to the ginger feline.
A fictional character, Garfield is a title protagonist from the comic strip Garfield which was created by Jim Davis.  June 19, 1978 was the first publication of Garfield which chronicles the life of lead character, the cat Garfield (named after Jim Davis’s  grandfather); Garfield’s owner, Jon Arbuckle: and Jon’s dog, Odie.
Set in Muncie, Indiana, common themes in the comic strip include Garfield’s laziness, obsessive eating, love for lasagna and coffee and hatred of Mondays and diets.  The focus is mostly upon the interaction between Garfield, Jon and Odie.
* 2013 – Garfield is syndicated in roughly 2,580 newspapers and journals and holds the Guinness World Record for being the world’s most widely syndicated comic strip.
Where is the event?
Nationwide USA
Historical Events on 19th June:
1179 – The Norwegian Battle of Kalvskinnet outside Nidaros. Earl Erling Skakke is killed, and the battle changes the tide of the civil wars
1306 – The Earl of Pembroke’s army defeats Robert Bruce’s Scottish army at the Battle of Methven
1610 – Samuel de Champlain and his French army defeat the Mohawk people at the Battle of Sorel in New France, present-day Sorel-Tracy, Quebec
1807 – Admiral Dmitry Senyavin destroys the Ottoman fleet in the Battle of Athos
1829 – Robert Peel founds the London Metropolitan Police (Bobbies)
1862 – Slavery outlawed in US territories
1865 – Union General Granger declares slaves are free in Texas
1910 – 1st airship in service “Germany”
1913 – Natives Land Act, Act No 27, passed in South Africa: confines Africans to hopelessly overcrowded reserves and deprives them of rights to purchase land outside the native reserves
1917 – The British Royal Family, which has had strong German ties since George I, renounces its German names and titles and adopts the name of Windsor
1932 – Hailstones kill 200 in Hunan Province, China
1941 – Cheerios Cereal invents an O-shaped cereal
1948 – USSR blocks access road to West Berlin
1954 – Tasmanian Devil debuts in “Devil May Hare” by Warner Bros
1961 – Kuwait declares independence from UK
1978 – Garfield, created by Jim Davis, 1st appears as a comic strip
1982 – The body of God’s Banker, Roberto Calvi is found hanging beneath Blackfriars Bridge in London
1988 – Coup in Haiti – Namphy takes control of Haitian government
1988 – World’s Largest Sausage completed at 13 1/8 miles long
1992 – Inkhata-blood bath in Boipatong South-Africa
2006 – Prime ministers of several northern European nations participate in a ceremonial “laying of the first stone” at the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Spitsbergen, Norway

 

Calendar day; May 31, 2015

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Sunday, the 31st of May, 2015 is the 151th day in 2015 and in the 22nd calendar week.
General Events:
World No Tobacco Day
May 31, 2015 in the World
The World No Tobacco Day is observed on May 31, 2015. It is a day to encourage a 24-hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption across the globe and to draw attention to the widespread prevalence of tobacco use and to the negative health effects. The day is celebrated annually.
The member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) created World No Tobacco Day in 1987. Each year, the WHO selects a theme for the day in order to create a more unified global message for WNTD. This theme then becomes the central component of the WHO’s tobacco-related agenda for the following year.
Groups around the world – from local clubs to city councils to national governments – are encouraged by the WHO to organize events each year to help communities celebrate World No Tobacco Day in their own way at the local level.
Past events have included letter writing campaigns to government officials and local newspapers, marches, public debates, local and national publicity campaigns, anti-tobacco activist meetings, educational programming, and public art. In addition, many governments use WNTD as the start date for implementing new smoking bans and tobacco control efforts.
Where is the event?
Worldwide
National Save Your Hearing Day
May 31, 2015 in the USA
Each May 31 celebrates National Save Your Hearing Day.   On this day, it is important to take some time to learn about ways to protect your hearing and that of your family.   Our hearing is vital and there are ways that hearing loss can be avoidable.
It is estimated that half of the cases of hearing impairment and deafness are preventable.  There are many preventative strategies that are effective including: immunization against rubella to reduce congenital infections, immunization against H. influenza and S. pneumonia to reduce cases of middle ear infections, and avoiding or protecting against excessive noise exposure.
Finding and utilizing the available education on the perils of hazardous noise exposure will increase your awareness in the important need of hearing protection.
Where is the event?
Nationwide USA
Historical Events on 31st May:
1279 BC – Rameses II (The Great) (19th dynasty) becomes pharaoh of Ancient Egypt
1223 – Mongol invasion of the Cumans: Battle of the Kalka River – Mongol armies of Genghis Khan lead by Subutai defeat Kievan Rus and Cumans
1417 – Jacoba van Bavarian becomes countess of Holland/Zealand/Henegouwen
1531 – “Women’s Revolt” in Amsterdam: wool house in churchyard aborted
1578 – Martin Frobisher sails from Harwich, England to Frobisher Bay, Canada, eventually to mine fool’s gold, used to pave streets in London
1790 – US copyright law enacted
1868 – 1st Memorial Day parade held in Ironton, Ohio
1879 – 1st electric railway opens at Berlin Trades Exposition
1884 – Dr John Harvey Kellogg patents “flaked cereal”
1902 – Boer War Ends; Treaty of Unity signed, Britain annexes Transvaal
1908 – Miss Pottelsberghe de la Pottery is 1st airplane passenger (Belgium)
1910 – Union of South Africa declares independence from UK
1916 – Battle of Jutland (Skagerrak): naval battle betwwen British Grand Fleet and German High Seas Fleet: 10,000 die in this inconcluisve slaughter
1926 – Sesquicentennial Exposition opens in Philadelphia
1931 – 7.1 magnitude Earthquake destroys Quetta in modern-day Pakistan: 40,000 dead
1935 – Quake kills 50,000 in Quetta Pakistan
1947 – Communists grab power in Hungary
1955 – US Supreme Court orders school integration “with all deliberate speed”
1961 – Union of South Africa becomes a republic, leaves Commonwealth
1969 – John Lennon & Yoko Ono record “Give Peace a Chance”
1974 – Israel & Syria sign an agreement concerning Golan Heights
1985 – Guatemala adopts constitution
1985 – 1985 United States-Canadian tornado outbreak: Forty-one tornadoes hit Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and Ontario, leaving 88 dead & injured more than 1,000
1991 – Sides in Angola sign a treaty ending 16 year civil war
1997 – The Confederation Bridge opens, linking Prince Edward Island with mainland New Brunswick

Calendar day; April 7, 2015

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Tuesday, the 7th of April, 2015 is the 97th day in 2015 and in the 15th calendar week.
General Events:
World Health Day
April 7, 2015 in the World
The World Health Day  is celebrated every year on 7 April, under the sponsorship of the World Health Organization (WHO). In 1948, the World Health Organization held the First World Health Assembly. The Assembly decided to celebrate 7 April of each year, with effect from 1950, as the World Health Day.
The World Health Day is held to mark WHO’s founding, and is seen as an opportunity by the organization to draw worldwide attention to a subject of major importance to global health each year. The WHO organizes international, regional and local events on the Day related to a particular theme. Resources provided continue beyond 7 April, that is, the designated day for celebrating the World Health Day.
World Health Day is acknowledged by various governments and non-governmental organizations with interests in public health isssues, who also organize activities and highlight their support in media reports.
The WHO’s constitution states that its objective “is the attainment by all people of the highest possible level of health.” In 1986, the WHO said that health is “a resource for everyday life, not the objective of living. Health is a positive concept emphasizing social and personal resources, as well as physical capacities.”
Where is the event?
Worldwide
Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda Genocide
April 7, 2015 in the World
The United Nations (UN) has named April 7 as the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda Genocide. This day commemorates the deaths of 800,000 people who were murdered during the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, central Africa.
In 1994, in the space of three months, about 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were killed in Rwanda in what came to be known as the Rwanda genocide.  In 1995, the UN called for an outreach program entitled “The Rwanda Genocide and the United Nations” and “to take measures to mobilize civil society for Rwanda genocide victim remembrance and education” to help prevent future acts of genocide. The Day of Remembrance of the Victims of the Rwanda Genocide has been observed each year since 2004, 10 years after the genocide took place.
The genocide was carried out with meticulous planning and organization. Lists of people to be killed, such as government opponents, were handed out to militias who went and killed them. None of the family members, including children, were spared. Killings occurred among neighbours, while some husbands of Hutu roots killed their Tutsi wives saying that they would be killed themselves if they didn’t kill all Tutsi’s in their sight.
ID cards showed people’s ethnic group during the time, so militias blocked the roads, held checkups and slaughtered Tutsis, often with machetes which most Rwandans kept around their houses. Thousands of Tutsi woman were also reportedly taken away and made sex slaves.
Where is the event?
Worldwide
National Sexual Assault Awareness Month’s Day of Action (SAAM)
April 7, 2015 in the USA
The SAAM Day of Action will be observed on Tuesday, April 7, 2015.  This is nationally recognized in the United States as a specific day to focus awareness on sexual violence prevention. Through coordinated planning of special events, advocates can raise awareness, media attention and national momentum for ending and preventing sexual violence.
This nationally recognized day provides an opportunity for prevention advocates to engage with their communities.
Where is the event?
Nationwide USA
International Beaver Day
April 7, 2015 in the World
The beaver may be the national animal of Canada but the furry dam-building rodent can be found across the North American continent and Eurasia as two distinct species, but the population has been on the decline for several decades now. International
Beaver Day aims to celebrate and raise awareness of the plight of the rodent. Beavers are known for their tree-munching activities, but did you know that they use every bit of the tree that they fell? They eat the buds, bark and leaves, before gnawing the branches and trunk into smaller pieces to build with. The dams are useful in preventing floods and droughts, restoring the northern wetlands and helping to cleanse the water. The largest beaver-built dam is in Wood Buffalo National Park, Alberta, Canada and is 850m long!
International Beaver Day is a great time to hike into the woods to spot some of these noble gnawers.
Where is the event?
Worldwide
National No Housework Day
April 7, 2015 in the USA
Are you always looking for an excuse to put off housework and cleaning for just one more day? Well look no further, today’s holiday absolutely insists that you put down the sponge and cleaning supplies and just relax!
A 2008 study conducted at the University of Michigan found that the average married American woman does 17 hours of housework per week! After a long day at school or work, housework is the last thing anyone wants to come home to do.
Doctors and health experts say that it is essential for people with busy lifestyles to factor in time to relax. Relaxation can lower heart rate and blood pressure, reduce headaches, and improve concentration.
Celebrate National No Housework Day by ignoring the dirty dishes in the sink and the piles of laundry that need to be done and just relax. You deserve it!
Where is the event?
Nationwide USA
National Beer Day
April 7, 2015 in the USA
Today is National Beer Day! Send a free Beer Day eCard to spread the word! People have been brewing beer ever since they began cultivating domesticated grains 8,000 years ago. Beer has been an important part of human culture ever since. For example, over 4,000 years ago an anonymous poet wrote an ode to Ninkasi—the Sumerian goddess of beer and brewing! Today, beer is the third most popular beverage in the world behind water and tea.
So why is National Beer Day celebrated on April 7th? On this day in 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt took the first step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law that allowed people to brew and sell beer as long as it remained below 4.0% alcohol by volume (ABV). Despite the low ABV, Americans were thrilled to be able to purchase beer for the first time in thirteen years!
Whether you prefer pale ale, stout, or lager, enjoy a pint of your favorite beer today to celebrate National Beer Day!
Where is the event?
Nationwide USA
Historical Events on 7th April:
529 – First draft of Corpus Juris Civilis (a fundamental work in jurisprudence) is issued by Eastern Roman Emperor Justinian I
1652 – Dutch establish settlement at Cape Town, South Africa
1739 – Dick Turpin executed in England for horse stealing
1795 – France adopts the metre as the basic measure of length
1827 – English chemist John Walker invents wooden matches
1868 – Thomas D’Arcy McGee, one of the Canadian Fathers of Confederation is assassinated by the Irish, in one of the few Canadian political assassinations, and only federal politician
1906 – Mount Vesuvius erupts and devastates Naples
1921 – Revolutionary leader, Sun Yat-sen is elected President of China at Canton, though China remains divided into north and south and subject to rivalries of warlords
1923 – 1st brain tumor operation under local anesthetic performed (Beth Israel Hospital in NYC) by Dr K Winfield Ney
1933 – ‘National Beer Day” Cullen-Harrison act comes into effect legalising sale of low alcohol beer
1946 – Syria’s independence from France is officially recognised.
1948 – World Health Organization forms by UN
1953 – Dag Hammarskjoeld of Sweden elected 2nd UN general-secretary
1954 – US President Eisenhower in news conference first to voice fear of a “domino-effect” of communism in Indo-China
1966 – US recovers lost H-bomb from Mediterranean floor (whoops!)
1969 – The Internet’s symbolic birth date: publication of RFC 1
1971 – Pres Nixon orders lt Calley (Mi Lai) free
1975 – Preliminary meeting in Paris on world economic crisis between oil-exporting, oil-importing, and non-oil Third World countries
1978 – Pres Carter defers production of neutron bomb
1983 – Oldest human skeleton, aged 80,000 years, discovered in Egypt
1988 – Russia announced it would withdraw its troops from Afghanistan
1991 – Compton Gamma Ray Observatory orbits Earth
1992 – Republika Srpska (aka the Bosnian Serb Republic) announces its independence
1994 – Vatican acknowledges Holocaust (Nazis killing Jews) for 1st time
2001 – Mars Odyssey is launched
2003 – U.S. troops capture Baghdad; Saddam Hussein’s regime falls two days later

 

Calendar day; November 14, 2014

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Friday, the 14th of November, 2014 is the 318th day in 2014 and in the 46th calendar week.
General Events:
World Diabetes Day
 November 14, 2014 in the World
World Diabetes Day is the primary global awareness campaign of the diabetes mellitus world and is held on November 14 of each year. It was introduced in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization in response to the alarming rise of diabetes around the world.
World Diabetes Day is a campaign that features a new theme chosen by the International Diabetes Federation each year to address issues facing the global diabetes community. While the campaigns last the whole year, the day itself marks the birthday of Frederick Banting who, along with Charles Best, first conceived the idea which led to the discovery of insulin in 1922.
Each year, World Diabetes Day is centred on a theme related to diabetes. Topics covered have included diabetes and human rights, diabetes and lifestyle, diabetes and obesity, diabetes in the disadvantaged and the vulnerable, and diabetes in children and adolescents. As of 2000 at least 171 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes, or 2.8% of the population.
International Diabetes Federation: http://www.idf.org/wdd-index
Where is World Diabetes Day?
Worldwide
Operating Room Nurse Day
November 14, 2014 in the World
Operating Room Nurse Day honors those important nurses, who care for patients before, during and immediately after surgery. It’s a very important role, during a period where a patients comfort and life is in another person’s hands.
Show your thanks and appreciation to Operating nurse that you know.
Where is Operating Room Nurse Day?
Worldwide
Day of the Colombian Woman
November 14, 2014 in Colombia
On November 8, 1967, Law 44 was passed by the Congress of the Republic of Colombia and signed by President Carlos Lleras Restrepo, which declared in its 2nd Article that November 14 would be the “Day of the Colombian Woman” in honour of the anniversary of the death of “Our heroine, Policarpa Salavarrieta”.
Where is Day of the Colombian Woman?
Nationwide Colombia
National American Teddy Bear Day
November 14, 2014 in the USA
National American Teddy Bear Day was started by the Vermont Teddy Bear Company in 2000 to honor the toys that have become a popular part of American culture. NATB Day is also said to honor President Roosevelt’s refusal to shoot a bear cub on a hunting trip in Mississippi in 1902.
The legend goes that in 1902 President Teddy Roosevelt spared the life of a bear cub while on a big game hunt in Mississippi. As the word got out, many folks were impressed by the kindness shown by the avid hunter.
The story continues that Clifford Berryman, a political cartoonist then made a drawing of the incident and the “Teddy” Bear was born. The drawing was entitled, “Drawing the line in Mississippi”.
Where is National American Teddy Bear Day?
Nationwide USA
Natural Events:
Leonids 2014
November 14 – 21, 2014 in the World
The Leonids are a meteor shower associated with the comet Tempel-Tuttle, which is visible between the 14th and 21st of November 2014. The Leonids get their name from the location of their radiant in the constellation Leo: the meteors appear to radiate from that point in the sky. The Leonids tend to peak in November.
Earth moves through the meteoroid stream of particles left from the passages of a comet. The stream comprises solid particles, known as meteoroids, ejected by the comet as its frozen gases evaporate under the heat of the Sun when it is close enough – typically closer than Jupiter’s orbit. The Leonids are a fast moving stream which come close to or cross the path of the Earth and impact the Earth at 72 km/s.
Leonids in particular are well known for having bright meteors or fireballs which may be 9 mm across and have 85 g of mass and punch into the atmosphere with the kinetic energy of a car hitting at 60 mph. An annual Leonid shower may deposit 12 or 13 tons of particles across the entire planet. Sometimes these trails of meteoroids cause meteor showers and sometimes meteor storms.
Where is Leonids?
The sky Worldwide
Historical Events on 14th November:
1380 – King Charles VI of France crowned at age 12
1666 – Samuel Pepys reports on 1st blood transfusion (between dogs)
1680 – Gottfried Kirch discovers the Great Comet of 1680 (Kirch’s Comet/Newton’s Comet)
1792 – Capt George Vancouver is first Englishman to enter San Francisco Bay
1851 – “Moby Dick” by Herman Melville published
1889 – New York World reporter Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane) began her attempt to surpass fictitious journey of Jules Verne’s Phileas Fogg by traveling around world in less than 80 days She succeeded, finishing the trip in January in 72 days and 6 hours
1904 – King C Gillette patents Gillette razor blade
1908 – Albert Einstein presents his quantum theory of light
1918 – Republic of Czechoslovakia created with T.G. Masaryk as president
1935 – FDR proclaims Philippine Islands a free commonwealth
1939 – Oil refinery fire kills 500 & destroys Lagunillas, Venezuela
1956 – Hungarian revolt put down by Soviet invasion
1959 – Kilauea’s most spectacular eruption (in Hawaii)
1960 – OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), forms
1967 – The Congress of Colombia in commemoration of the 150 years of the death of Policarpa Salavarrieta, declares this day as “Day of the Colombian Woman”.
1968 – 1st European lung transplant
1985 – Volcano Nevado del Ruiz Colombia erupts, 1000s killed
1993 – Puerto Rico votes against becoming the 51st US state
1997 – Disney’s “Lion King” sets Broadway record of $2,700,000 daily sale

Calendar Day; November 14, 2013

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World Diabetes Day
November 14, 2013 in the World

World Diabetes Day is the primary global awareness campaign of the diabetes mellitus world and is held on November 14 of each year. It was introduced in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization in response to the alarming rise of diabetes around the world.

World Diabetes Day is a campaign that features a new theme chosen by the International Diabetes Federation each year to address issues facing the global diabetes community. While the campaigns last the whole year, the day itself marks the birthday of Frederick Banting who, along with Charles Best, first conceived the idea which led to the discovery of insulin in 1922.

Each year, World Diabetes Day is centred on a theme related to diabetes. Topics covered have included diabetes and human rights, diabetes and lifestyle, diabetes and obesity, diabetes in the disadvantaged and the vulnerable, and diabetes in children and adolescents. As of 2000 at least 171 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes, or 2.8% of the population.

World Diabetes Day – International Diabetes Federation
http://www.idf.org/worlddiabetesday

Where is World Diabetes Day?
Worldwide

Operating Room Nurse Day
November 14, 2013 in the World

Operating Room Nurse Day honors those important nurses, who care for patients before, during and immediately after surgery. It’s a very important role, during a period where a patients comfort and life is in another person’s hands.

Show your thanks and appreciation to Operating nurse that you know. Just a simple, spoken “thank you” will do.

Origin of National Operating Room Nurse Day:
The roots of this special day trace back to Iowa. On November 14, 1989, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad established Operating Room Nurse Day.

Where is Operating Room Nurse Day?
Worldwide

World Usability Day
November 14, 2013 in the World

World Usability Day takes place on November 14, 2013. World Usability Day is held annually on the second Thursday of November. Established in 2005 by the Usability Professionals’ Association, World Usability Day or Make Things Easier Day occurs annually to promote the values of usability, usability engineering, user-centered design, universal usability, and every user’s responsibility to ask for things that work better. The day adopts a different theme each year. Organisations, groups or individuals are encouraged to hold events to mark the day, optionally according to that year’s theme.

Homepage:
http://worldusabilityday.org/

Where is World Usability Day?
Worldwide

Historical Events:

1666 – Samuel Pepys reports on 1st blood transfusion (between dogs)

1680 – Gottfried Kirch discovers the Great Comet of 1680 (Kirch’s Comet/Newton’s Comet)

1792 – Capt George Vancouver is first Englishman to enter San Francisco Bay

1851 – “Moby Dick,” by Herman Melville, published

1889 – New York World reporter Nellie Bly (Elizabeth Cochrane) began her attempt to surpass fictitious journey of Jules Verne’s Phileas Fogg by traveling around world in less than 80 days She succeeded, finishing the trip in January in 72 days and 6 hours

1896 – Power plant at Niagara Falls begins operation

1922 – BBC begins domestic radio service from 2LO at Marconi House

1956 – Hungarian revolt put down by Soviet invasion

1960 – OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries), forms
1965 – US government sends 90,000 soldiers to Vietnam

1991 – American and British authorities announce indictments against two Libyan intelligence officials in connection with the downing of the Pan Am Flight 103.

1994 – 1st trains for public run in Channel Tunnel under English Channel

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