Nefarious Napping – It’s not just NapStealing Anymore

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According to World Wide Words, there are many uses of the word nap, including gnome-napping, kidnapping, dognapping, data-napping, art-napping), kegnapping), space-napping, and even headnapping. The common thread is that napping is synomymous with stealing. This is why napstealing is so nefarious, because it combines two thieving terms into one evil concept, .

The original, kidnapping, came about in the seventeenth century combined kid with nap, which is a word meaning to grab, snatch or seize and is very similar to nab, which may be Scandinavian. The other meaning of nap means a short sleep taken or grabbed in the middle of something else. Hence, the terms power-napping, dognapping and catnapping.

Therefore, the nefarious term napstealing is worst of all because it is actual vile nap-napping.

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  1. Men just seem to be equipt to handle the same level of “exhausting day” as we are…:) Whe they get tired they nap. I know about you, but the word nap left my vocabulary the minute I gave Stacy

  2. Picky,

    Thanks for providing that information from World Wide Words. I accept that I am guilty of willful ignorance, and have updated the post to reflect the information you shared.

    On the OED, I would say that I was suggesting more that it was ignoring rather than falsifying its findings, mostly because, as I said, the entry on beyond the pale really go beyond dismissing the incorrect etymology, which I found surprising given that the OED is almost always excellent about drilling down as deep as it can, or at least saying “we know the origin of this word” when they hit bottom. But yes, it a justified accusation.

    Thanks for setting me straight!

  3. Aigoo! Aigoo! this drama changes so much on one episode… it keeps you going… (even if the main story moves at a snails pace, if you try too hard, you notice… )

    I hope my computer survives this drama. for every NEAR MISS I curse and abuse the monitor. *shakes fist in protest* if only this was a 12 or 16 episode drama…

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  5. vamsterr says:

    I love the music of Birds of Tokyo. i met the boys on a flight from LAX to Sydney on March 14. I heard of them before. I hear a common thread between their music and that of The Moody Blues. For those youngsters reading this, they are a band, but B O T sound much like Moody Blues.

  6. raberrolve vivin says:

    yeaa , an off duty police officer shot a man who was caught shop lifting and the man took a women hostage at knife point .

  7. I agree, I think more of a problem of attempting to connect a massive amount of history to two Crusades-era factions and Ancient Astronaut theory. The original game was more about showing two different philosophies, control and choice, while the 2nd turns it into a more good vs. evil concept. I mean, it gets really silly when you realize that in canon the Templars George Bush and the Assassins backed Al Gore in the 2000 American election.

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  9. GetAllJobs says:

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  10. I used the actual vile, horrifying words, of.
    I called spob..sp**p and used scr*w in reference to someone scr*wing up. Otherwise, I see anything I said vulgar or threatenig. Just regular old comments.
    .
    Wait a minute, in this last post I did use the common abbreviation for Friedman Units. That could be it.Still not sure about the other post. They keep you in moderation a long time. I locate my first moderation. know if it was ever released.
    .
    Lord, this is making me feel as paranoid as LM.

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  12. down at the half, but not out. Refs are keeping this one at a snails pace. Need to light it up from beyond the arc in the 2nd.

  13. and while your dr friends marvel at your medical knowlege and teachings… I applaud you for your human perspective and vulnerability that shared which is the common thread among us… when all said and done..I hope to see the whole real in a book called something like… that which binds us all.. the common thread…. feelings!!!

  14. Fight on Folks!……..McGuinty will not stop building these In for a Penny, In for a Pound” with the “Greed Merchants” called “Wind Developers”.

    Only a total “morally bankrupt individual” would continue to harm children, not to mention adults with an Industry built on lies.

    This man along with all his “minions” should have to face criminal charges with their “assault causing bodily harm”!!!!!!

  15. buchitoyac fjori says:

    I have never understood why it is automatically considered first degree murder, when one takes the life of a police officer. Why should their lives be held at a higher value than everybody lives? All life is valuable and classifying this type of murder as automatically first degree is highly discriminatory and unacceptable, in my opinion. I like the though. Very concise and straight forward.

  16. repuchirot lyon says:

    “Account for that”? Not quite. Klerusblatt is Bavaria. La Civilta Cattolica is in the Vatican. There are other Germans. In fact, the common thread is that they are all in Nazi occupied territory. Why Pius reprimand them? Why did they keep publishing? Why did Vatican offices become a pipeline of safe conduct for Nazis to the west. These are all aspects of the Pius problem.

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  18. One of these days, Smitherman, Gerettson and specially McGuinty will be held criminally responsible for this “assault causing bodily harm” on the poor souls who pay their salaries!

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  20. I hope that the analysis looks at more than the PTAF issue. From our perspective the lack of response and snails pace in executing contract, drafting documents, getting environmental reviews right and getting loans closed are the biggest hurdle in Texas.

    Try talking to the contract administrators that are suffering through the incredibly slow and process.

    PT

  21. Ben Alpers says:

    Habeas corpus, the Geneva Conventions, the Bill of Rights . . . And the relevant common thread running between them is not that “things that are all in the Constitution,” but that they’re all vitally basic rights fundamental to the health and welfare of a free and liberal democracy.

    I thought the common thread among them was that none of them exist in America anymore. Well, okay, the 2nd Amendment still exists.

  22. Thanks for these comments, guys. been away for the past few days and had a chance to respond, but the common thread seems to be that there is no common thread; we each responded to different things where school was concerned, and recognize that others also responded to different things than we did. And Tracy, I hope you enjoy the book as much as I am!

  23. They did do something, they talked about it. They also did change a few things, but at far too slow a pace. They improved house building and recycling rates, but at a snails pace. I want every new building to be at the highest standard, and not on green belt or flood plain. At the same time they spend billions on widening motorways, and expanding Time for a change.

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  25. I was not meaning to imply that the downturn would last for 20 years, but it might be that long before significant build out was possible, given the contamination and the snails pace that forward momentum on everything having to do with Alameda Point thus far.

    (And remembering what it was like in San Francisco when they were making Geary Blvd, tearing up the Fillmore and working on Granted, this may be less drastic in comparison… but maybe not!)

  26. @ Anthony – not a bad idea at all at all!

    MJ – I completely forgot when I booked it and picking me up at my door! be driving at a snails pace trying not to kill any Killers fans hehe.

    Becs – back! Yayness! Good advice on the wellies. going to Lovebox on Saturday and borrowing my lovely pink polda dot ones. Style or wha!

    Cheers muchly for the good luck wishes – I will need it :D

  27. yorickdowne says:

    I can hereby confirm that a D-Link 615 rev. D3 will NOT do ipv6, cannot do protocol forwarding (required for some tunnels) and slows down to snails pace when confronted with UPD traffic (used for freenet6 / ayiya tunnels). The dir-615 rev D is something you want to stay away from if you want ipv6. The rev. C version does do IPv6, but it was only sold in the US, and did have a fair amount of ipv6 related problems.

  28. The Toronto Sun site is frankly awful, did they try to cram more onto the page? Personally, the blog is the only of the site I actually frequent. So waiting for that.

    a shame the paper owned locally, seems like being of a larger body makes change a snails pace if possible at all.

    Are those e-editions popular with readers? It seems like a lot of papers are trying it, but I imagine anyone paying for it.

  29. [news forum] says:

    A Toronto constable was charged Friday with assault causing bodily harm by the Special Investigations Unit in connection with the arrest of Dorian during the G20 demonstrations on last June 26.

  30. sun hidy says:

    Work? That is a word I vaguely remember from my past – must be an old english term – I think I replaced that word with the word nap.

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  32. croghan27 says:

    It it not often that I have much of a chance to commend the Ottawa Police Service – but they too had a chance to break a few heads with the recent (and continuing) Tamil demonstrations in our capital.

    They did not: the RCMP did not: any of the services did not react violently, even if there are stories of uncalled for aggression. Makes ya proud.

  33. anthonynorth says:

    Hi Anthony,
    “Yet underneath this unique tread,
    united by a common thread”

    I think that I may have stumbled across the

    Sometime ago I officially knighted you. I notice that Nave has now elevated you to Royalty, that is, been throned which fits in nicely with the of concept, and, recently been suggesting a revolution, are you planning a coup attempt, just asking? Or am I harking up the wrong tree? ;)

  34. logaertrub balkinkley says:

    To be “forced” from your home due to the actions of a stranger (in this case an idiot called McGuinty) has and always will be a CRIME!

    At least what always been taught until this Wind Scam came along!

    Maybe someone who is forced from their home and has to live in the street could call the OPP and charge McGuinty with “assault causing bodily harm”?…………..

    Now that be justice during the fake “Question Period” you all attended and see McGuinty being dragged out in handcuffs!!!

  35. I coordinate the Ottawa Police Service GLBT Liaison Committee and I am looking for someone to facilitate a workshop on intersectionality issues as it relates to intimate violence in the GLBT Community. Can you please advise me of who you think could do this,/ might be interested and how I would contact them.

    Thanks so much
    Joyce

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  37. slanilsalv says:

    OMG! amazing. Go Todd, GO! I would have cried tears of joy just seeing him wake up and track – not to mention the scratching. I look forward to reading this blog every morning (7am Vegas time, since working at 7am.) Every day – such great news. It probably seems to move at snails pace while with him, but just think of how far come in such a period of time. Really amazing…..

    Lv,
    Michelle (Kevin, Mia, Jackson, Brody)

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    Karma (like social order based on Karma NOT on is the common thread running between Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism. I believe in first hand knowledge. The Gita is the primary source. Some of the finest commentaries are by Sankaracharya, Ramanuja, Madhava, Tilak, Aurobindo. Go and figure it out.

  40. agnus arna says:

    The province’s arbitration of police contracts threatens to devastate the Ottawa Police Service budget and needs to be overhauled, the force’s police chief said.Ottawa Police chief Vern White said Friday in a meeting with the Citizen’s editorial board that arbitration usually results in salaries about one per cent higher than negotiated contracts.

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  42. wadah wollacarma says:

    AA $1.2-million lawsuit against the Ottawa Police Service was filed in Toronto on Friday on behalf of Stacy Bonds, the Ottawa woman who was manhandled, kicked and strip-searched in police cells in 2008.

  43. jamarcevel says:

    Thanks for your comment. The common thread with the 4 job seekers profiled is that they did not have a system for approaching their job search or help with the process. We offer all all of that. We know the process is tedious and long and we guarantee that someone is going to get a new job. However, we know that without 10 times harder out there.

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  45. Kay
    This is such a blatant destruction of our Rights as a Landowner that I understand why these Wind Companies reduced to being “common criminals” and charged with “Assault causing Bodily Harm”! Not only are homes rendered valueless and unlivable but the health problems involving proximity to wind turbines are being completely ignored by an arrogant and Dictatorial Government body. This must be stopped now and to do that we must band together as True Ontarians and get our Rights back which our Grandfathers, Grandmothers, Mothers and Fathers have fought two World Wars to protect!

  46. jonathanburton says:

    World Wide Words is my new favorite website. I know I will be spending lots of time there, and sharing it with my mother, another wordnik like myself. I remember sputnik! Our family watched from our back yard in Vancouver. We also had a dog named Nicky. We had a joke that when he was good we called him “picnic” and when he was bad we called him “sputnik” (cold war anti-soviet influence there — russians were bad.)

  47. GuardianUK says:

    A federal jury in San Jose has awarded $1.25 million to the family of a man who was shot and killed by a Gilroy police officer.

  48. First of all…..Hudak has to dismantle the OPA…………….he actually hinted at this during an interview last week on BNN TV…………while at it, maybe dismantle OPG, ahh what the heck……..dismantle the whole Energy Cabal that is running us out of our homes and towns!

    Secondly, Snobeldon uses this wording from above:….”This demise of the bravely announced new green Ontario might just be an amusing lesson in what happens when a politician without an ideology”…………………

    This whole Green Energy Agenda is “ANYTHING but AMUSING!”……………….it is a real TRAGEDY, a complete destruction of our once great Province!…………this leader should be charged with “assault causing bodily harm” by the Police!

  49. lam lakhbard says:

    Hear hear! You ARE the common thread, and I got a very interesting snapshot of you through your Facebook photos. incredible what assumptions we make just by reading the words people write…never mind by what they dig out of our wardrobes every morning.

  50. jadebuckeridge says:

    oh and you know them people that lean over the trolley and walk at a snails pace? Plenty of them mongs about aswell, got a sweat on here!

  51. I lost a little bit of my soul today as i’m going to pay someone to rip out the concrete in the back yard so the project can advance at more than a snails pace. On the plus side I’ll save a little bit of my back to break on building the new instead.

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  55. oli dunsoehm says:

    I just saw a dude driving at a snails pace cuz he thought the security guard driving behind him was police. Sucks for the security guard

  56. SykoForSykes says:

    yes but that would slow the process to a snails pace, and also it would skew laws in favor of those in highly populated areas.

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  58. NewsROOM says:

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  60. i can leave my car right here and i will take. a cab ,or you can give me a ticket and i will go to but the police officer did not ,

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  62. Erin Fair says:

    Cathy, I think you perfectly and beautifully express the common thread: “one of the perverse blessings of trauma is an eventual, gradual, universal understanding of pain, suffering, loss, and injustice. It is, at times, an infuriating knowledge.”

    It means the world to me to be able to share this with you. Thank you so much for reading and commenting.

  63. “>If you actually watch the clip, what he says makes a lot of sense. Basically, “if you’re not working and just living off welfare, we’ll pay for your childcare so you can go to work”. No idea why that’s the evil concept people are trying to make it out to be. What makes you think there are good jobs for everyone?”

  64. GAAAAHHH! I fail at proofreading and this damn computer fails at putting all the letters on the screen if I type at more than a snails pace.

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  66. Get your point. But i think what differs in the two approaches is the performance. Running Windows through bootcamp will definitely allow you to use system resources dedicatedly rather than sharing it with another OS simultaneously. Using VmWare hogs a lot of system resources and RAM which makes the system work almost at a snails pace if using development tools like eclipse or MYSQL server on your windows machine.

    good thread though… cleared up a few of my points too in the process of discussion :)

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  68. *sigh* Hugs, girl. You did good.

    I been involved in many funerals myself, but Catholic or not (I am, er, was… I think the common thread is to come together as a family. wonderful that so many people wanted to be there to celebrate your life and pay their respects.

    Sorry for your loss :( Glad to have you back.

    And yes, Blades of Glory is a dumb movie, heh, but I watching it on Sunday and now I need to finish it. I want to know what happens!

  69. earyanguyn neelans says:

    ooo, new fave phrase, and definitely not found in world wide words, but a search on “cotton” there turned up “gossypiboma” – which might turn out to be useful if I ever get into OR nursing.

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  71. Incognito_977 says:

    Slowest bus ride of my life. Its as if people know I wanna get to the park and run before the sun sets, and they move at a snails pace.

  72. Not only is ms. Arlene King bias, in favour of the corrupt Liberal regime, she`s an absolute discrace, to the medical proffession, in Canada, if not the entire world.
    She belongs in a jail cell, for aggrevated assault causing bodily harm.

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  74. I believe in prayer-I believe that we are all connected by a common thread-we can feel each other’s pain & joy. We share LIFE. Pray 4 others

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  78. Crawley care less……..there is only one way that these Wind Developers would listen and that would be from the “defendants chair” inside a room being charged with “assault causing bodily harm”!!!!

    THEN watch the crocodile tears flow when the word “guilty” comes crashing down in front of his sweaty little face!

  79. spacki says:

    Police in B.C. are recommending a charge of assault causing bodily harm against a Kelowna RCMP officer in connection with a videotaped incident showing an officer kicking a seemingly compliant man in the face during an arrest.

  80. mathildson ranc says:

    Hear hear! You ARE the common thread, and I got a very interesting snapshot of you through your Facebook photos. It’s incredible what assumptions we make just by reading the words people write…never mind by what they dig out of their wardrobes every morning.

  81. In a blow to Illinois’ sweeping eavesdropping law, a federal appeals on Tuesday blocked its enforcement in cases where someone is recording a police officer at work.

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  86. Buddy,

    not defending the police, staying that the problems are not due to police officers being former members of the military and that you provided any evidence to the contrary. I would agree that police rules of engagement allow for excessive force (especially with regard to tasers as Professor Turley has documented) I just agree that excessive force has anything to do with military veterans being police officers and I believe that your argument is illogical (specifically, you seem to believe that military training to follow rules of engagement make a police officer LESS likely to follow police rules of engagement).

  87. gabe filesing says:

    Power can lead to great acts of altruism, but also corruptive, unethical behavior. Being intoxicated can lead to a first date, or a bar brawl. And the mask of anonymity can encourage one individual to let a stranger know they have toilet paper stuck to their shoe, whereas another may post salacious photos online. What is the common thread between these three disparate states?

  88. I know what the sentence would have been in Canada but the charge likely have been simple assault, it would have been assault causing bodily harm, since Kevin broke cheek bone.

    Maybe Tony likes Carla because good in bed. it strange how so many of the relationships on the street are hard to swallow: John/Rosie, Liam/Maria, Vern/Liz/Derek, Jamie/Frankie, Steve/Moley remember her real name), Tyrone/Maria.

    never liked Janice, her only redeeming quality had been her love for Leanne.

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  92. This police officer does not belong in a uniform..For those who think he did right.. You only say that because it did not involve your own teenage daughter…I think he would have been man enough to punch a man in the face…he only punches young girls in the face and he is not capable of controlling simple situations. This police officer would have shot a male.

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  97. Anonymous says:

    A police officer must have complete control of the situation at all times. When someone does not obey the commands from a police officer, (and the request to get off of the tractor was reasonable), then the police officer has lost control.Do you know where police officers go when they lose control? To the grave and you or me might be an innocent bystander that joins him or always shocked at how ignorant some people are to the purpose of having a police force.

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  99. rohweilber says:

    I have a serious sleep disorder, I haven’t been asleep between 12AM to 3AM for the past weeks. I sleep at 7PM to 10PM, 3AM to 7AM everyday..

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    Do you have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Frank? If so, just go in and get the surgery done. I had it for 15 years before I had it done. I go in until my hand got like Bob and I even open it wide enough to grasp a can of pop. It can get real bad. After surgery, I was happy that I have a bad foot, because I could then kick my own ass as to why I was so stubborn to have surgery. all OK now. Surgery was the best thing I ever did…I could even sleep at night…and all those years, I thought I had a sleep disorder. It was actually my wrists keeping me up.

  103. Maybe cause I used the word nap it was like a trigger for you to just sleep ;) Was nice to sleep in today :’) Ooh dear not..

  104. TimesWire says:

    A Miami police officer yesterday fatally shot a naked man who was chewing on the face of another man on a downtown causeway off-ramp, police and witnesses said.

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  107. im really to think i might have a sleep disorder. this has been goin on since i was like in 2nd grade. its just gotten worse.

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  110. Twitter / 1234zz says:

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  114. BTW, I def did a honk” to the police officer. He “waved,” let me pass him & proceeded to follow me to Chickfila. I was nervous ha.

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  116. robbynxluy says:

    Ok. I think it’s safe to say by now I have a sleep disorder. To sleep more than 4 hrs at a time would be nice.

  117. Twitter says:

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  119. So I tried to find “wazoo” on World Wide Words…no go.
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  120. Boston24 says:

    An anonymous online video mocking how the senior leadership of the Ottawa Police Service has handled the Stacy Bonds affair has been circulating among rank-and-file officers.The animated video was created using the popular website xtranormal.com, where people can choose a scene and a cast of stock characters, then have those characters speak text they type into the site’s software.

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  129. defordis says:

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  131. Yahoo! News: Weather News says:

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  132. “It telling a story about a kid who was kidnapped and abused by a guy. Then shows the molester, arrested, walking on an with an police officer, and then, right there and with the camera filming it, getting shot in the head by the father of the boy. It doesn’t show any blood or anything. The camera was just right to witness the incident without showing any gore. Guy is dead, father gets 5 years on probation. Everything ends well, I guess.”

  133. Reuters24 says:

    (Reuters) – A New York City police officer patrolling a Manhattan housing project was shot in the chest at point blank range early on Thursday by an unidentified gunman who remained at large.

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  136. Anonymous says:

    I seen any sign of Peter making lite of the situation. He used a fictional story that was all to close to reality. Since first published this story last week with over dozen detailes and documents, very little has changed. Coast Guard is still moving at a snails pace. Thanks and CGblog for having the balls to do what others have not, shine a light on this issue.

  137. gnuman1979 says:

    ahhh ! omg i remember when thought she was in trouble at the Game when the police officer told her to come here ! lmao !

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  139. Twitter says:

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  140. A Dallas police officer was fired Monday after authorities say he falsely claimed that a DeSoto man struck him with his car while fleeing from the officer in April 2011. A Dallas County grand jury …

  141. gentheroup says:

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  142. That makes me think… is walking fast unnatural? If you look at the Aboriginals in Australia, they have two gears – snails pace or running like a gazelle,

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