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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,414,787
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,403
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,433
...
378 michele 89,461
379 geoffrox08 88,883
380 pamdurrant25 88,710
381 Liz.McPherson 88,588
382 Babs.OConnor 88,138
383 rose 88,035

88,588 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 1,632
March 2017 3,969
February 2017 10,132
January 2017 9,754
December 2016 214
November 2016 137
October 2016 205
August 2016 425
July 2016 95
June 2016 660
May 2016 2,193
April 2016 1,283
March 2016 10,334
February 2016 5,354
January 2016 10,168
December 2015 17,015
November 2015 3,046
October 2015 237
September 2015 447
August 2015 382
January 2015 389
December 2014 116
November 2014 12
September 2014 6
August 2014 25
July 2014 517
June 2014 81
January 2014 40
December 2013 20
November 2013 15
April 2013 16
January 2013 290
December 2012 24
November 2012 23
March 2012 7
January 2012 145
December 2011 25
July 2011 79
June 2011 74
May 2011 163
April 2011 8
March 2011 129
February 2011 698
January 2011 593
December 2010 163
November 2010 6
October 2010 139
September 2010 44
August 2010 329
June 2010 5
April 2010 35
March 2010 4,816
February 2010 782
January 2010 82
October 2009 9
September 2009 449
May 2009 552

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,414,756
2 NeilHamilton 3,046,361
3 noelwoodhouse 2,883,745
4 annmanley 2,236,333
5 John.F.Hall 2,113,428
...
376 Les.Varcoe 89,395
377 geoffrox08 88,883
378 pamdurrant25 88,710
379 Liz.McPherson 88,588
380 Babs.OConnor 88,133
381 rose 88,035

88,588 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2017 1,632
March 2017 3,969
February 2017 10,132
January 2017 9,754
December 2016 214
November 2016 137
October 2016 205
August 2016 425
July 2016 95
June 2016 660
May 2016 2,193
April 2016 1,283
March 2016 10,334
February 2016 5,354
January 2016 10,168
December 2015 17,015
November 2015 3,046
October 2015 237
September 2015 447
August 2015 382
January 2015 389
December 2014 116
November 2014 12
September 2014 6
August 2014 25
July 2014 517
June 2014 81
January 2014 40
December 2013 20
November 2013 15
April 2013 16
January 2013 290
December 2012 24
November 2012 23
March 2012 7
January 2012 145
December 2011 25
July 2011 79
June 2011 74
May 2011 163
April 2011 8
March 2011 129
February 2011 698
January 2011 593
December 2010 163
November 2010 6
October 2010 139
September 2010 44
August 2010 329
June 2010 5
April 2010 35
March 2010 4,816
February 2010 782
January 2010 82
October 2009 9
September 2009 449
May 2009 552

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INGLEWOOD. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Monday 4 September 1893 [Issue No.9240] page 3 2017-04-25 09:26 justice (Mr. W. Bastow), was available, A
stronger bench. .Altogether business is vary
quiet in both court and camp departments,;
the further “ retrenchment” to* which : they are
being subjected. . .. _
Whilst;, the many friends of Mr. W. Mi
regret that ho is not so well againin health,
fcelingstill the effects of exposure to the
cold and damp weather during bis recent sue*
cessfut electioneering, they will bo pleased to
learn that bis son, Mr, Johnson Smith, who
has, for the Inst few years, been pursuing bis
studies, for the medical profession, in Hoot*,
land, has passed bis final, examination. Ho
.is.expected to return-homo sometime during
the present month. .
justice (Mr. W. Bastow), was available. A
stronger bench. Altogether business is very
quiet in both court and camp departments,
being subjected.
Whilst the many friends of Mr. W. M.
regret that he is not so well again in health,
feeling still the effects of exposure to the
cold and damp weather during his recent suc-
cessful electioneering, they will be pleased to
learn that his son, Mr. Johnson Smith, who
has, for the Iast few years, been pursuing his
studies, for the medical profession, in Scot-
land, has passed his final examination. He
is expected to return home sometime during
the present month.
MEETING AT INGLEWOOD. (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Friday 2 July 1875 [Issue No.6366] page 4 2017-04-24 21:57 MEETI&Q A T INGLE WOOD.
from our ow>: correspondent,
On Tuesday evening last a public meet
StatoHotel, convemilfortoe purpose of taking
'such steps as woull lead to toe retention
-tof a non-residence flause in the new Land
Bill : about 100 pernnB were present. Mr.
"W. Bastow was voteato the ' chair, and said
that the business ti he discussed, yra
of groat importance to into who were
ho thought the peoile oould not do
hotter than endeavor to gat a non.residtnoe
clause retained in the Attending Lend fiUl.
The following resolution were carried:
MEETING A T INGLEWOOD.
[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT,]
On Tuesday evening last a public meet-
State Hotel, convened for the purpose of taking
such steps as would lead to the retention
of a non-residence clause in the new Land
Bill : about 100 persons were present. Mr.
W. Bastow was voted to the chair, and said
that the business to be discussed was
of great importance to men who were
he thought the people could not do
better than endeavor to get a non-residence
clause retained in the Amending Land Bill.
The following resolutions were carried:
INGLEWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Monday, 8th July. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 9 July 1878 [Issue No.7,185] page 3 2017-04-24 21:53 wood. Present—Messrs. J. Crosland (chair
and Vanstone A deputation was introduced
by Mr. Roberts, consisting of Messrs.. J. Gibbon,
Shaw, D. Bastow, Laidlaw, Leech, and Howella,
Bastow's land, who would provide suflicient
ground for the purpose. Moved by Mr,
pondent urge tho Department by letter to
with the Act. Proposed by Mr, Vanstone that
the schoolmaster of Hope Creek school be re
quested to furnish reasons for absenting him
report on it. Carried. The meeting then ad
Tho subject of railway extension ia again as
that in face of two lines—from Inglcwood to
East Charlton, and Bridgewater to Ker.-vng
great measure dopended, something should
be dono towards counteracting the effect
by agitating for tho construction of a lino from
DunoTly through Tarnagulla to Iuglewood, by
tho north will be brought in direct communica
this movement be successful, tho Kcrang line
will probably depart from hore instead of
Bridgewater, and lnglowood become a large and
this objoct a conference of the borough councils
place to-day at Tarnagulla, tho Mayor (Mr.
Tivey) and Cr. Tatchcll representing Ingle
tho " unphiking," if I may be permitted to com
a new word, of certain laud in this district.
while others who havo an equally just claim
have failed. One glaring case in poiut is the
The annual meeting of the Serpentina Foot
ball Clnb took place on Saturday evening, at
which Mr. Storoy was appointed captain in
place of Mr. Bunting, and Mr. Taylor was ap
pointed vico-oaptain for tho year.
wood. Present—Messrs. J. Crosland (chair-
and Vanstone. A deputation was introduced
by Mr. Roberts, consisting of Messrs. J. Gibbon,
Shaw, D. Bastow, Laidlaw, Leech, and Howells,
Bastow's land, who would provide sufficient
ground for the purpose. Moved by Mr.
pondent urge the Department by letter to
with the Act. Proposed by Mr. Vanstone that
the schoolmaster of Hope Creek school be re-
quested to furnish reasons for absenting him-
report on it. Carried. The meeting then ad-
The subject of railway extension is again as-
that in face of two lines—from Inglewood to
East Charlton, and Bridgewater to Kerang
great measure depended, something should
be done towards counteracting the effect
by agitating for the construction of a line from
Dunolly through Tarnagulla to Inglewood, by
the north will be brought in direct communica-
this movement be successful, the Kerang line
will probably depart from here instead of
Bridgewater, and lnglewood become a large and
this object a conference of the borough councils
place to-day at Tarnagulla, the Mayor (Mr.
Tivey) and Cr. Tatchell representing Ingle-
the " unpinking," if I may be permitted to coin
a new word, of certain land in this district.
while others who have an equally just claim
have failed. One glaring case in point is the
The annual meeting of the Serpentine Foot-
ball Club took place on Saturday evening, at
which Mr. Storey was appointed captain in
place of Mr. Bunting, and Mr. Taylor was ap-
pointed vice-captain for the year.
COUNTRY NEWS. INGLEWOOD, Monday, November 28. (Article), The Bendigo Independent (Vic. : 1891 - 1918), Tuesday 29 November 1904 [Issue No.10,718] page 4 2017-04-24 21:48 The premises of Airs. Smith, the licensee
of thi Empire State Hotel in Brooke
cr Sunday morning, tho means of ingress 1
being -through the cellar trap on the
p.vipc.rently been prised open from Mk out
ci few pounds aro missing, . but Airs.
Smith being absent on holiday the- quan
tity of stock on hand cannot bo definitely
ascertained. Tho police aro making in
Hospital Sunday was observed yester
under the auspices of tho Charlton Eire
ELAIGB.E, Monday, November 28.
The half-yearly election cf officers in
branch, resulted : — President, Air- W.
Cattlin : vice-president, Air. A. Aliliar ;
Irpasuier, All. G. Hillnian; secretary,
Air. It. Green ; assistant secretary, Air.
R. A. Green; coiranittee, Alessrs. J. and
IT. Hillman, E. E. Wright, W. Offcnnen,
and F. Dear, ; auditors, Alessrs. Warren
and C.jlee ; press correspondent", Air. It.
pendant was brought oft" on the local range
on Batuiday, when nearly 20 members
and .600 yards and 2 sighters. A tie re
sulted between 0. E- Burgoyne (scratch,
choot off was won by the latter. Tho
weather was not conducive to good shoot
ing,
BIMDGEWIATER, Afcnday, November 25,
Bridgewator Hospital Sunday, in aid of
the Jrglewood Hospital, was celebrated
of the Loddon. .There was a? good at
was piesc-nt and enlivened the proceed
direction of All. Ham. The hospital com
mittee, including tho secretary (All.
Decblel, were also present. Ur.
.Tames Bailey occupied the chair.
Cr. Sargood and Or. Dibon were
also present. The sendee was conducted
by Air. AIcLareri, of Inglewccd. Air. TL
Alessrs. Fairley and Isaac, of Inglewood,
also spoke. Thero was an absence of
read from Alessrs. Sternberg, AlcGVdl,
Kirk wood, AfcGowan, Cr. John Green
(Eaglehawk), and also Cr. Tapper (presi
dent), Cr. Green (Alarong Shire). Tho
the service. Aliss Eva Cook presiding at
music throughout the afternoon. Tho
collection exceeded any previous year, re
Kirkwood, Or. Green (Eaglehawk), £1 Is
each. Alarong Shire, £2 2s, John Johns,
£2 2s. AD. Wright £L, D. Yince 10s 6d,
Cr. Dixon lis, Mrs. Isaac 5s, Or. Bailov
satisfactory. The arrangements wer-: car
ried out as usual in a, satisfactory manner
by the secrctaiy, Air. John Richards, and
The premises of Mrs. Smith, the licensee
of the Empire State Hotel in Brooke
or Sunday morning, the means of ingress
being through the cellar trap on the
apparently been prised open from the out-
a few pounds are missing, but Mrs.
Smith being absent on holiday the quan-
tity of stock on hand cannot be definitely
ascertained. The police are making in-
Hospital Sunday was observed yester-
under the auspices of the Charlton Fire
ELMORE, Monday, November 28.
The half-yearly election of officers in
branch, resulted : — President, Mr. W.
Cattlin : vice-president, Mr. A. Miliar;
treasurer, Mr. G. Hillman; secretary,
Mr. R. Green ; assistant secretary, Mr.
R. A. Green; committee, Messrs. J. and
H. Hillman, E. E. Wright, W. Offerman,
and F. Dean; auditors, Messrs. Warren
and Colee ; press correspondent, Mr. R.
pendant was brought off on the local range
on Saturday, when nearly 20 members
and 600 yards and 2 sighters. A tie re-
sulted between C. E. Burgoyne (scratch,
shoot off was won by the latter. The
weather was not conducive to good shoot-
ing.
BRIDGEWATER, Monday, November 28,
Bridgewater Hospital Sunday, in aid of
the Inglewood Hospital, was celebrated
of the Loddon. There was a good at-
was present and enlivened the proceed-
direction of Mr. Ham. The hospital com-
mittee, including the secretary (Mr.
Deeble, were also present. Cr.
James Bailey occupied the chair.
Cr. Sargood and Cr. Dibon were
also present. The service was conducted
by Mr. McLaren, of Inglewood. Mr. H.
Messrs. Fairley and Isaac, of Inglewood,
also spoke. There was an absence of
read from Messrs. Sternberg, McColl,
Kirkwood, McGowan, Cr. John Green
(Eaglehawk), and also Cr. Tupper (presi-
dent), Cr. Green (Marong Shire). The
the service. MIss Eva Cook presiding at
music throughout the afternoon. The
collection exceeded any previous year, re-
Kirkwood, Cr. Green (Eaglehawk), £1 1s
each. Marong Shire, £2 2s, John Johns,
£2 2s. Mr. Wright £1, D. Vince 10s 6d,
Cr. Dixon 11s, Mrs. Isaac 5s, Cr. Bailey
satisfactory. The arrangements were car-
ried out as usual in a satisfactory manner
by the secretary, Mr. John Richards, and
INGLE WOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday, 6th September. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Friday 7 September 1888 [Issue No.10,304] page 3 2017-04-24 21:38 (FROM OCR OWN* COKKKSI'ON*UENT.
_ Thursday, 6th September.
sat at the Empire State Hotel to-day for the pur
pose of hearing what applicants had to'say in sup
port of their applications for a share of the pros
pecting vote. There were present, Messrs. Couch
man (chairman). Ritchie, Joyce, Lowenstein,
listening to the statements of the different appli
Society was held at the Pelican Hotel thi-< after
forthcoming show, which takes plate on Wednes
(NLr. Chas. Isaacs) occupied the chair, and there
privileges in connection with the shew sold by
IMPROVEMENTS IS THE BOROUGH.-At the meet
ing of the borough council last evening it was de
The latter work is badly wanted, a3 it is 6n the
early hour this morning, and continued without in
of this trust, Mr. Hawkins, has received the fol
j previous correspondence upon the subject of the
| non-payment by your trust of the interest overdue
I upon its loan, I am now directed by the hon. the
Minister cf Water Supply to inform you that in
i trust's chairman to the effect that your commis
the trust's liabilities may be provided for, he [ Mr.
Deakiu] will be glad to consider s*ny proposition
emanating from the trust likely to lead to this re
trust commissioners giving thiB important, matter
their immediate attention, every consid-ration
will bo given by the department to any reasonable
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.
Thursday, 6th September.
sat at the Empire State Hotel to-day for the pur-
pose of hearing what applicants had to say in sup-
port of their applications for a share of the pros-
pecting vote. There were present, Messrs. Couch-
man (chairman), Ritchie, Joyce, Lowenstein,
listening to the statements of the different appli-
Society was held at the Pelican Hotel this after-
forthcoming show, which takes plate on Wednes-
(Mr. Chas. Isaacs) occupied the chair, and there
privileges in connection with the show sold by
IMPROVEMENTS IN THE BOROUGH.-At the meet-
ing of the borough council last evening it was de-
The latter work is badly wanted, as it is on the
early hour this morning, and continued without in-
of this trust, Mr. Hawkins, has received the fol-
previous correspondence upon the subject of the
non-payment by your trust of the interest overdue
upon its loan, I am now directed by the hon. the
Minister of Water Supply to inform you that in
trust's chairman to the effect that your commis-
the trust's liabilities may be provided for, he (Mr.
Deakin) will be glad to consider any proposition
emanating from the trust likely to lead to this re-
trust commissioners giving this important matter
their immediate attention, every consideration
will be given by the department to any reasonable
INGLEWOOD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) Tuesday, 27th June. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 28 June 1882 [Issue No.8,415] page 2 2017-04-24 21:33 INGLEIVOOD.
{froh gub own correspondent )
tuesday, 27tb June.
LaBt evening, a man named George Higgina
entered Smith's Empire State Hotel, and com
; inenced to amuse himself by smashing glasses,etc.,
any other ar^umenta than those of a knock down
and several times measured Mb length on the floor,
ufter which he was removed to the lock-up. On
declinpd to prosecute, considering the man was
sufficiently punished the ni^ht before, eo the
INGLEWOOD.
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT)
Tuesday, 27th June.
Last evening, a man named George Higgins
entered Smith's Empire State Hotel, and com-
menced to amuse himself by smashing glasses, etc.,
any other argumenta than those of a knock down
and several times measured his length on the floor,
after which he was removed to the lock-up. On
declined to prosecute, considering the man was
sufficiently punished the night before, so the
MARYBOROUGH PROSPECTING BOARD. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) INGLEWOOD, 6th May. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Thursday 7 May 1891 [Issue No.11,204] page 3 2017-04-24 21:31 be L30.000 for working expenses alone. If the
be L30,000 for working expenses alone. If the
INGLEWOOD RACE CLUB. (Article), Sportsman (Melbourne, Vic. : 1882 - 1904), Wednesday 24 December 1890 [Issue No.514] page 3 2017-04-24 21:28 fty Thursday evening lastagmcral meeting
of tho committee of tho above club was held at
the Empire State Hotel. TIitc iyti» present
— Mcwre. IV. M. Smith (in tl»o chair). Boys,
Dowlin?, Taysom, Leitrli and Sxuirr.«. Corres-
pondence was read from th» Khpparton
furf Club, relating to the insertion, of the
names of drianlfore to country clubs in the
caloudar forfeit list. Although tho V.U.C.
could not seo their way clear to insert the
oountry clubs, all defaulters to lw severely
that -a levy of £1 lv. should be made on nil
Bull apd Mouth Hotel, Melbourne. A
circular was pcclosrd relating to the non-pay-
that this should be . forwarded to all
defanltoro with a view to their being reported
tis such to the V.R.O. On tho motion of Mr.
Tuvsora, seconded by Mr. Sam ore, the sugges
tion war adopted, and it- was agreed to forward
tho £1 le. asked for. The following officers
judges, lieu. D. Coutfcs and T. Putnam ;
nanuicupper, G. Vowlea: handlcappcrs for tho
trot, G. Morocroft, J. Morrow, and IV.
Tatchell: clerk of tho scales, J. Tonkin;
starteri G. Leigh ; clerk of tho course, T. F.
P. Western ; treasurer, H. Cant. Ou the
Ruggcstion of Mr. Samere, the eenrefary was
instructed towritoto the Kailway departinent
requesting them not to stop the ordinary 40
pasuengcr train from Inglewood at tho race-
course platform; bat to attach carriages to the
C.30 p.m.' goods train. The following pro-
gramnie was decided on : — Trial Stakes,
Alaidcu Trot. Meinsic Handicap, Time Handi
cap Trot, Irglcwood and Bridgewatcr Handi
cap, Selling iia:c, Pony Race, and a Hurdle
11 ace in place of the Ladies' Bracelet. The
On Thursday evening last a general meeting
of the committee of the above club was held at
the Empire State Hotel. There were present
— Messrs. W. M. Smith (in the chair), Boys,
Dowling, Taysom, Leigh and Samers. Corres-
pondence was read from the Shepparton
Turf Club, relating to the insertion of the
names of defaulters to country clubs in the
calendar forfeit list. Although the V.R.C.
could not see their way clear to insert the
country clubs, all defaulters to be severely
that a levy of £1 1s. should be made on all
Bull and Mouth Hotel, Melbourne. A
circular was enclosed relating to the non-pay-
ment of entrance fees. It was suggested
that this should be forwarded to all
defaulters with a view to their being reported
as such to the V.R.C. On the motion of Mr.
Taysom, seconded by Mr. Samers, the sugges-
tion was adopted, and it was agreed to forward
the £1 1s. asked for. The following officers
judges, Hon. D. Coutts and T. Putnam ;
handicapper, G. Vowles: handicappers for the
trot, G. Morecroft, J. Morrow, and W.
Tatchell: clerk of the scales, J. Tonkin;
starter, G. Leigh ; clerk of the course, T. F.
P. Western ; treasurer, H. Cant. On the
suggestion of Mr. Samers, the secretary was
instructed to write to the Railway department
requesting them not to stop the ordinary 4.50
passenger train from Inglewood at tha race-
course platform; but to attach carriages to the
6.30 p.m. goods train. The following pro-
gramme was decided on : — Trial Stakes,
Maiden Trot. Memsie Handicap, Time Handi-
cap Trot, Inglewood and Bridgewater Handi-
cap, Selling Race, Pony Race, and a Hurdle
Race in place of the Ladies' Bracelet. The
DENDIGO DIVORCE COURT. Tuesday, 8th April. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Cussen.) Jewell v. Jewell. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Wednesday 9 April 1913 [Issue No.17,991] page 4 2017-04-24 17:56 Mr. E. W. Kirby appeared for the peti
her marriage she was employed as a book
sewer at Sands and M'Dougall's, Melbourne,
He had been invalided in South Africa.,
Later they came to Bcndigo, where he con-
was suffering from alcoholic mania. Before,
his mind, and petitioner took up the busi
money. He was eventually committed to;
asked the authorities at Lara to allow her,
the day he returned he commenced drink
habits become more filthy than ever, and;
1911, he was taken to the Inglewood Hos
pital, and remained, there for 10 weeks.
Institute. Petitioner's health had been im
paired by the treatment, she had received.
For the last three years respondent had;
contributed very little to the support of'
spondent was a powerful man. 6ft. 3 1/2 in
Wales everv year. She had not seen him
which he asked her to go to Hawthorn,
that the case of Woodbnrn v. Woodburn
Mr. E. W. Kirby appeared for the peti-
her marriage she was employed as a book-
sewer at Sands and M'Dougall's, Melbourne.
He had been invalided in South Africa,
Later they came to Bendigo, where he con-
household furnishings, including petitioner's
was suffering from alcoholic mania. Before
his mind, and petitioner took up the busi-
money. He was eventually committed to
asked the authorities at Lara to allow her
the day he returned he commenced drink-
habits become more filthy than ever, and
1911, he was taken to the Inglewood Hos-
pital, and remained there for 19 weeks.
Institute. Petitioner's health had been im-
For the last three years respondent had
contributed very little to the support of
spondent was a powerful man, 6ft. 3½ in. in
Wales every year. She had not seen him
which he asked her to go to Hawthorn.
that the case of Woodburn v. Woodburn
SPORTING NOTES. FOOTBALL SANDHURST FOOTBALL CLUB. (Article), Bendigo Advertiser (Vic. : 1855 - 1918), Tuesday 18 April 1893 [Issue No.11,847] page 3 2017-04-24 17:46 hotel, Bridgewater, for the purpose of re
-President, Mr. W. F. Tatchell, M.L.A.; vice
presidents, Messrs. Ilegan, Gledhill, Talbot,
Hendry, and M'Pherson ; patrons, Messrs.'
F. F. Cronin; g/neral committee, Messrs.
Walsh, I. Way, J. Ferguson, M'Guffie, 1. Gard;
M'Guffie; captain, Joseph Jewell; vice-captain,
WJS decided that the club's colors should be red
hotel, Bridgewater, for the purpose of re-
-President, Mr. W. F. Tatchell, M.L.A.; vice-
presidents, Messrs. Hegan, Gledhill, Talbot,
Hendry, and McPherson ; patrons, Messrs.
F. F. Cronin; general committee, Messrs.
Walsh, I. Way, J. Ferguson, McGuffie, T. Gard;
McGuffie; captain, Joseph Jewell; vice-captain,
was decided that the club's colors should be red

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