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The Miss Jaycees Caribbean Queen 2014 Pageant To Be Held In Antigua On August 1st

Writer : Caribbean E-Magazine on Sunday, July 27, 2014 | 4:35 PM

Sunday, July 27, 2014


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his year 13 young delegates from across the Caribbean will vie for the title of Miss Jaycees Caribbean Queen 2014, on Friday, August 1st, in Antigua

The event which will held under the  theme “Nuit de Dames” or Ladies’Night, Antigua & Barbuda, will see representatives from Anguilla, British Virgin Islands, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Guyana, Haiti, Montserrat, St Kitts & Nevis, St, Lucia, St Vincent & the Grenadines, Trinidad & Tobago and USA, all  converging  at the ARG, Carnival city for a night of pageantry and glamour.
 
Jaycees committee member, Michael Joseph, says this year’s show aims to empower women. “We’re trying to empower women while at the same time letting them know it’s ok to have fun; good clean fun. Hence, the theme.”

This will be the 53rd staging of the competition. The reigning Jaycees Queen is Lelessa Shillingford of Dominica.
 

Meet the contestants


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Jah Vinci Debuts Album - "Ghetto Born"

Writer : Caribbean E-Magazine on Thursday, July 24, 2014 | 8:52 PM

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Ghetto Born”, the socially critical and exceptional debut album, by the internationally acclaimed  Dancehall/Reggae superstar, Jah Vinci, is already in high demand and is in stores worldwide and available via iTunes and all major distribution mediums.

Featuring  a dynamic  blend of musical mix and lyrics focused on key social issues in each track, this album will be  available on iTunes and at all major digital/physical retail outlets shortly thereafter.

The foundation for its resounding success has been firmly established  by  the  outstanding producer,  Khabir Bonner of Grillaras Productions who is well-known for his recent projects, Lutan Fyah "Life of a King" and the Beenie Man single featuring Cecile-"Thug Love".

The video for “Thug Love was debuted on BET networks by the "Dancehall King" himself.

Executive producers,  Tariq Kamau "Nashi" Smith & Xavier "Bless X" Prendergast of Kamau Music initiated and played a key role in the development of this album and in  conjunction with Zojak World Wide as co-label/distributor  will continue to be vital throughout  this process.

Beenie Man and  Junior Reid both make appearances with Jah Vinci on tracks that are sure to burn up the charts locally and internationally.

This unique debut album of the icon, Jah Vinci,  is based on the subculture of inner city life. It focuses on the hardships which “ghetto youths” face such as crime, violence, major deficiencies in the justice system, poverty and the involvement in politics.  Out of those hardships, a star is born to transcend those barriers and rise to tremendous success. 

Ghetto Born treats its listeners to a diverse, authentic blend of vocals.  Jah Vinci delivers a rich and soulful performance that emanates through his strong vocals and lyrical content.

The exceptional hit compilation boasts 13 tracks with songs such as “Don of all Dons” featuring Beenie Man, “Penitentiary” featuring Junior Reid, “We Taking Over,” “We Nuh Trust dem,” “Rude Boys and Police.”

 

 Jah Vinci has always demanded the significant attention of the music industry with his clear vocals and lyrics that resonate with his fans and have boosted his career worldwide with hits such as ‘Wipe Those Tears,” “All I Need, ”Mama Love” “Watch You Friends””since he came on the scene back in 2008.

Jah Vinci has seamlessly been able to provide consistency, creativity and originality in the musical fraternity. “Ghetto Born” is merely a continuation of such distinction.
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Dancehall Star Aidonia To Launch Clothing Line "1V" This Summer


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resh from a scintillating performance at the recently concluded Reggae Sumfest at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, red hot dancehall star Aidonia is set to launch his new clothing line within the coming weeks.

The deejay will be rolling out his apparel line for the summer. The collection will cater to both males and females with a line specifically for children to follow.

"Ever since my emergence in the music industry, I've always wanted to dabble into other aspects of business. Music and fashion go together and I think starting a clothing line will be a good marriage for my music and brand. It's also something the fans have been demanding for years," Aidonia stated in a release to the media.

He continued, "Every time we go on tours people always asking for CDs and other paraphernalia, so I believe starting a clothing line is a step in the right direction in building the JOP brand."

The line dubbed '1V' or '1Voice', coined from a popular slogan used during his performances will be prominently displayed on the T-shirts. The line will include tank tops, pullovers, hats and caps, all of which will be made available via selected stores across the island.

An official website will also be launched which will allow international fans to purchase their favourite products online.

Currently promoting singles such as 80s Dancehall StyleDon Deh Yah and the newly released Coco Powda, Aidonia says he's working assiduously with his team to fine tune the business aspect of his new venture to allow for a smooth unveiling when the official launch date arrives.

Meanwhile, Aidonia along with Deablo and other members of the camp are expected to depart the island this week for a performance in The Bahamas.
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Teflon Goes EDM With New Album

Writer : Caribbean E-Magazine on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 | 9:17 PM

Wednesday, July 23, 2014


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lectronic Dance Music, also known as EDM, is becoming increasingly popular among partygoers globally and has even found its way onto the shores of Jamaica. Despite Reggae and Dancehall being the dominant music of choice on the island; local socialites have embraced the electronic genre, especially at popular night spots and via programming offered by a number of radio jocks on various stations.

With this ongoing trend Reggae singer Teflon who is slated to release his sophomore album shortly refuses to be left out of the movement. The Rastafarian crooner who made a name for himself singing conscious ballads says he is all about taking his music to that next level.

“EDM is the new movement globally that is what the people are into, so if I can combine Reggae with Electronic Dance Music and get the message out why not do it. I am about spreading positive messages of righteousness and if this is a channel to assist in the process, then I will explore that possibility.”

Teflon says his album titled ‘Next Dimension’ will not be the typical Reggae compilation that everyone’s expecting, but will comprise of EDM among other genres, all aimed at showcasing his growth and other dimensions as an artiste. He also echoed similar sentiments in a recent interview with Israeli publication Kaboom1.

“The musical environment in Jamaica is extremely competitive, where the strong survive and the weak fades. As an artiste I cannot be complacent if I want to remain relevant and conquer this business. So the onus is on every artiste to make a concerted effort to put in that extra effort where needed.”

The benevolent crooner explains that music has no boundaries and should not be confined in a box, he says evolution is necessary if we intend to make positive strides, but remained steadfast that despite the fusion he will stay true to his principle of only making ‘good music’ regardless of the injection of new genres.

Currently, promoting the singles I’m Sure’ and the collaborative effort ‘Same Struggle’ featuring Capleton, The ‘Yard A Love’ recording artiste and his management are working assiduously to raise his profile ahead of the album release. The album will be distributed by U.S based company New Millionaire Entertainment (NME). The deal sees them being the exclusive agent handling both digital and physical distribution for Teflon along with his marketing throughout the world for downloadable, mobile and video contents. The dissemination will be done in conjunction with Universal Records.

 
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Interview With Female Entertainer SPICE

Writer : Caribbean E-Magazine on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 | 10:32 PM

Tuesday, July 22, 2014


"Su Dushi" [DUSHI (doo-she) means sweetheart in our local DUTCH CARIBBEAN tongue, papiamento/u] invaded my good friend, Dane Bogles' desk waiting to SPICE up my life by the super-star guest visitor in the house.

It was a pretty calm day at VP records, THE  intentional Caribbean powerhouse, home to acts such as KONSHENS, GYPTIAN, BUNJI AND FAY ANN LYONS, SEAN PAUL, BERES HAMMOND, SANCHEZ, SHAGGY and many more Caribbean genres, international stars. In 2008 to 2009, anyone who knew me, hung out at my house (which served as the pre-game before "DI LIME" spot) or even to turn their radios on at all, couldn’t escape the sounds of 'THE TEACHER' & 'AH SPICE' with their mega Mash up hit "Romping Shop". Many times we would hear the MISS INDEPENDENT Riddim, also done by R&B singer and mega-super star producer, NEYO and hold our breath to hear the seductive lyrics of the reggae SUPER can! Vybz Kartel was (at the time), proved to be THE most talented, yet controversial and long-standing, internationally renowned "permanent" fixture on the CARIBBEAN scene with years of MASH UP hits such as: "HELLO MOTTO", "SO MEH SAY", "TIGHT GYAL DEM"  "LOVE" and "VIRGINITY" were only a few of the massive list of hit songs that the dancehall genius would deliver to the scene. The reigning, lyrical innovator and prince of dancehall, KARTEL aka Adidja Palmer wasn't the only voice that made masses around the world go crazy over THE ROMPING SHOP phenomenon. The sweet, yet, cleverly slack (raunchy) female MC appropriately named SPICE, stood her own, and to most, better than her male co-star, Dj Palmer just as fellow Caribbean Queen, Nicki Minaj did with J and Kanye in "MONSTER".


 
As she ended her interview before she came over to THE C.A.B station (aka. DANES' DESK) the fun-sized, brown skinned beauty, sporting her blue hair simply asked before we got started “Can I just put on a likkle more lip gloss before we start?"

A girl after my own heart!

I smiled and said "sure" as I began to set up the audio for our exclusive Q and A. We are, on some level, familiar and LOVING the spice, but now its time for the CHARISMATIC and, ever-so sufficient GRACE

 

STARLISA: YOU KNOW YOU COOK FOOD, WHAT ACTUALLY MAKES THE FOOD SO GOOD?


Spice: It’s the “Spice”

STARLISA: EXACTLY!


Spice: Without de spice it nah go niiiiiiicceeeee, haha!

STARLISA: WHICH SPCE WOULD YOU BE IN THE DANCEHALL SCENE AND WHY?


Spice: I am the SALT, in Dancehall because without SALT in your food, it has no flavor and I am also a likkle peppah, to make it spicy. I, also provide that in DANCEHALL because I am always coming with something different. Whether it's my performance, my entry on stage, from my lyrics to my blue hair and shoes that I wear, I am pepper.


STARLISA: YOU DEFINITELY ARE! NOW, THE MECCA OF TRINIDADIAN EVENTS IS CARNIVAL. TO ME, THE JAMAICAN EQUIVILENT [TO ME] WOULD BE ‘STING’!


Spice: Right!

STARLISA: FOR THOSE OF US WHO HAVE NEVER BEEN, TAKE US THROUGH THE STING EXPERIENCE


Spice: OK, so you have never been to a STING, it's a big music festival, nuff people, ah come I hear the music, but also see a good (she pauses) ah GREAT SHOW! But, it is a tough crowd (she lowers her sunshades so she can see me clearly in my eyes) the people dem, the audience WILL "Boo!" you. They will take their bottle and "lick it" [throw it] at you, laugh at you, rate you; it's a rough crowd. People dem are a NO NONSENSE crowd, even a veteran like BEENIE MAN will tell you; I get BOO-ed at STING, BOUNTY KILLER will tell you; I get BOO-ed at STING... DOESN'T MATTER WHO YOU ARE, That's STING. However, over the years I have managed to govern that crowd. They call me "MUMMA" [MOTHER] of STING because every year I go I just bring it, not only fuh mi looks (that earned me another lower of her glasses to show me a clever wink), but, for my lyrics, which are always quite whitty.

STARLISA: INDEED. AND NO MATTER HOW SEXY OR RAUNCHY THE CONTENT, YOUR DELIEVERY IS IMPECABLE AND YOUR WORK ETHIC AS A DANCEHALL PRINCESS IS INCOMPORABLE, AND JUST SO DAMN SMOOTH!

Spice: "That's what they love about the brand SPICE". (She proclaims with humble confidence.) "Always bringing something different. Yuh just cyan DARE me, she confesses as she belts out a wicked laugh, I WILL DO IT ... and that's just ME!

STARLISA: SO, DOES THAT COME FROM WHERE/OR/HOW YOU WERE BROUGHT UP IN PORTMORE, JAMAICA W.I? HOW HAS IT CONTRIBUTED TO MOLDING THE ‘NO-NONSENCE’ DANCEHALL DIVA THAT WE SEE TODAY?


Spice: Well, I was born and half my life raised there and then I left Jamaica and lived in England for a while to live with my grandparents. Funny enough, I was actually brought'll up by doing di likkle "Christian ting" singing In the choir and all of that, (as she takes a second to reminisce about the events of her Christian upbringing as she proceeds with caution with her words) the word I am looking for, "BRUCK OUT"  me nah no whey meh BRUCK OUT from (LOL) you know when dem say she "BRUCK OUT" because I was a likkle Christian gyal In church. So I think the whole dancehall arena is what made me come

STARLISA: NOW, UNLESS, ESPECAILLY IN EARLIER TIMES, NO CAIRBBEAN MUSIC THAT DIDN’T FEATURE A MAJOR AMERICAN ACT WAS HARDLY EVER PLAYED ON MAJOR WORLD WIDE SCALE. BUT, THEN, THERE WAS “THE ROMPING SHOP” THAT INVADED HOT 97, POWER 105.1 AND EVEN 103.5 KTU’S AND Z100 WITHOUT APOLOOGY IN 2008/2009. E-V-E-R-Y-B-O-D-Y [ESPCIALLY MYSELF], WERE JUST IN AWE OF THE SONG LYRICAL CONTENT, RIDDIM [SAME USED IN NEYO’S MISS INDEPENDENT] AND CHEMISTRY BETWEEN YOU AND THE SELF-PROCLAIMED ‘WORLD BOSS’ VYBZ KARTEL, TAKE ME BACK TO THAT TIME, HOW DID YOU FEEL?


Spice: I felt great! It's still hard for me to describe exactly into words. My phone was ringing from places I have never even heard of, wanting to talk, fly me out for shows and interviews. My sister would say ‘someone wants to talk to you from [fill in the blank] and I would be like ‘WHERE?!!’ The song Romping Shop went to all corners of the world, and it felt amazing travelling with them (Grace, takes a moment to reminisce and draws a deep but satisfying breathe) … it was overwhelming (she laughs) STAR, I CANNOT USE JUST ONE WORD TO DESCRIBE IT! It was just AMAZING, I couldn’t even understand the pandemonium.

STARLISA: VYBZ, IS A LYRICAL MASTER. MANY PEOPLE FROM FAN TO INDUSTRY COMENTATORS SAY THAT YOU ARE HIS FEMALE COUNTERPART AS IT COMES TO HOW YOU BRAND “SPICE”, YOUR LYRICAL CONTENT AND YOUR WORK ETHIC. HOW DOES THE COMPARISON MAKES YOU FEEL?


Spice: It’s a HUGE compliment and I take it gracefully, its an honor to even hear that. He (Kartel), is one of THE BEST artists to come out of Jamaica.

STARLISA: So, you know I HAVE to go “THERE”, being with all of the allegations to clearly someone who not only you, but everyone regards as such a megastar, against Vybz Kartel and his trial. Can you share with us a little bit of not “VYBZ KARTEL”, but Adidja Azim Palmer?

Spice: Working with him was absolutely amazing! He is TOTALLY different from the ‘person’ that the public is trying to paint. He is so sweet, always giving me trouble, always ah give joke, you know that pure, kind of JOVIAL person? THAT’S who DJ PALMER is. I know NOTHING and no one else! This other ‘person’ that the media around the world is talking about, I have never met ‘HIM’.

STARLISA: THAT IS SUCH A REFRESHING POINT OF VIEW AND ONE UNFORTUNEATLY, AS YOU HAVE SAID. WE DON’T HEAR ENOUGH OF!


Spice: ”INDEED! (With a sparkle of an English accent coming out, she replies)

STARLISA: OK DEN, BACK TO THE SPICE! WHAT CAN BE ANXIOSLY BE AWAITING FROM YOU IN THE NEXT 2 YEARS?



Spice: MORE HOT MUSIC!

STARLISA: AND……….?


Spice: HAHA! And, I want to visit my fans and spend time getting to know them, getting them to know me as my own entity. I want to go to AFRICA most definitely. I will continue to be one of the leading females in DANCEHALL because I am going to lock myself inna di studio and write and sing and produce until I cannot anymore! I took a break for a while because the BUSINESS and INDUSTRY got very frustrating and, you know, sometimes its like meh cyan [can’t] bother ESPECAILLY AS A WOMAN. But, definitely more HOT music like ‘SO MEH LIKE IT’! I love that song!

STARLISA: AND SO DO WE! IT WAS AN AMAZING COME BACK. NOW YOU MENTIONED THAT THE BUSINESS GETS FRUSTATING, WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR WOMEN COMING INTO THE INDUSTRY?


Spice: Number One would be, GIVE RESPECT TO GET RESPECT! But, more importantly, when I come to work and record, I am not in any JOKING thing with anybody. I make it known that I am here to record, and make good music and then meh go inna meh yard! When you smile up and “giggy giggy” men can read you easily! You act easy, you treated as easy. Bottom line.

As we wrapped up with her doing a few drops for THE C.A.B [718cab.com] CARIBBEAN AMERICAN BUZZ and setting up plans to have drinks at my good friend, international SELECTA and official tour DJ for GYPTIAN, DJ SPIN CITI at his weekly WASTED WEDNESDAYS at SQUADZ in Brooklyn, New York, I realized that SPICE CYAN DONE, her beauty, sex appeal, intelligence, relentless work ethic and charm – not to mention SHE LIMIN’ STYLE! It was then time to pop in my RAGGA RAGGA compilation album, and pre-game before the night’s events. I was Brooklyn bound after a productive day of work. Work and play are an IMPORTANT balance to have!, Mi gent [peeps]. AH SO MEI LIKE IT!
 

By: Sharlisa Peterson

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“The Glam Six” Vying for Queen of Carnival title.



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ix delegates dubbed “The Glam Six” will this year vie for the Queen of Carnival title.

“The Glam Six” includes Tamorla Millette is sponsored by Hakim’s; Heidigail Francis by LAVA International; Kizzy Thomas by Special Security Services Ltd; Jamilha Roberts by Flow; Leanda Ann Norville by CHAPA Bau Housing; and Russhell Ellis is sponsored by PaintPlus.

The six young women will compete in five segments, on July 28, namely interview, swimwear, performing talent, evening wear and costume, as they vie for the title of Ms Queen of Carnival 2014.

The show will see performances from The Elite Dancers, Sunnydale Dancers, Ricardo Drue and Claudette “CP” Peters.

This year’s theme is “Be Bold: Be Different: Be Extraordinary – Bringing the Glamour”.

 
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Guilt-Free Caribbean Chocolate Truffles

Writer : Caribbean E-Magazine on Monday, July 21, 2014 | 9:20 PM

Monday, July 21, 2014


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f channelling your inner Jamie Oliver appeals and you’d like to surprise your guests with a meal that is as delicious as it is true to Caribbean tradition, why not start with some of the dazzling recipes on Caribbean Magazine?  Start the experience out with a peppery fish chowder or hearty crab soup, whet your guests’ appetite further with a spicy chicken jerky and end the meal on a sweet note, surprising your guests with rich chocolate truffles, made with authentic Caribbean cocoa.


According to The New York Times, the Caribbean is currently a hot-spot for those seeking to hop from island to island to enjoy the very best of the Caribbean cocoa industry: “From Tobago to Dominica, Grenada to St. Vincent, the Caribbean cocoa industry, which has roots in colonial times, is being revitalized. This is excellent news economically: With free trade having all but destroyed the islands’ banana and sugar industries, fair-trade farming initiatives are a welcome boon.” The world price of cocoa has been soaring in the past few years, owing in no small part to the growing size of the middle class in emerging markets. Seekingalpha.com notes that “The emerging middle class has made chocolate into an affordable, everyday treat. Meanwhile, new products, improved transportation and better infrastructure have eased the distribution of confections.” Within the booming chocolate market, Caribbean cocoa is very much the gold standard, and there is no doubt that this dark, delicious ingredient is attracting fervent foodies from far and wide.


Dark (preferably raw) Caribbean chocolate is one of the healthiest foods you could possibly treat yourself with. This product is highly nutritious, boasting three times the amount of antioxidants contained in green tea. Builtlean.com notes that raw chocolate “contains many important vitamins and minerals including Magnesium and other essential minerals, including calcium, sulphur, zinc, iron, copper, potassium and manganese; polyphenols called flavonoids with antioxidant properties, Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B9, E; protein; and fibre.” The ‘food of the Gods’ is an ideal choice for everyone, particularly those who need a nutritional boost. Raw chocolate and other nutritional foods make up an important part of the diet of those undergoing rehabilitation for substance abuse, for instance. Addiction takes a major toll on the body, preventing users from absorbing important nutrients, and damaging both their immune systems and vital organs. This is largely because of the large amounts of toxins even common ‘soft drugs’ contain. Not only do drugs affect one’s physical state, they also affect our mental wellbeing. Rehabs.com states that “Marijuana use is strongly associated with stunted emotional development” To boost the health of our body and mind, it is vital to consume a diet which is very high in antioxidants. Raw chocolate can play a vital role in fighting free radicals and detoxifying the body. If you’d like to include a little of its magic in your daily life, try the following recipe for raw chocolate truffles…


Ingredients:

1 cup Medjool dates

¼ cup hemp seeds

3/4 cup walnuts

¼ teaspoon sea salt

5 tablespoons raw Caribbean cacao/cocoa powder

¼ cup cocoa powder or icing sugar to roll the truffles in

Instructions:
Process the walnuts in a food processor. Cut the dates into quarters and place in a bowl. Add the processed walnuts and hemp seeds and mash until a uniform mixture is formed. Roll into balls and roll again in the extra cocoa powder, or roll lightly in icing sugar.

Note: The truffles are a five-minute recipe, but if you wish to add a little sophistication to the recipe and up its health benefits, you may wish to roll the truffles in superfoods like Goji berries, desiccated or shredded coconut or finely chopped nuts. Those into essential oils love adding a tiny drop of edible essential oils like bergamot, mandarin or orange, to add a touch of chocolate orange magic to the recipe. If you are new to essential oils and wish to harness their benefits, make sure to use only therapeutic grade essential oils and use them sparingly. Just one drop of lemon essential oil in a full glass of water, for instance, has a very strong taste, so err on the cautious side when adding these oils to truffles for the first time, testing a half a drop of essential oil on a small batch of truffles before adding them to the entire mixture. 

By Laura Chapman

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Miss Kingston and St Andrew, Anjell Bryan Wins Miss Jamaica Festival Queen Competition

Miss Festival Queen 2014 Anjell Bryan with first runner-up Miss St Ann, Sharlene Codner (left), and second runner-up Miss Trelawny, Honica Brown
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new queen was crowned on this year’s staging of the Miss Jamaica Festival Queen Competition, Miss Kingston and St Andrew, Anjell Bryan capped the title.
The Jamaica Cultural Development Commission (JCDC) Festival Queen 2014 was at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in St Andrew on Saturday, where 25-year-old Bryan also won awards for Most Culturally Aware and Most Active in the Community
Miss St Ann, Sharlene Codner, who was first runner-up and second runner-up, went to Miss Trelawny, Honica Brown, who also won Most Poised. Rounding off the top were Miss St James, Trudy-Ann Hylton, who was also awarded Most Congenial, and Petrina Williams, Miss Clarendon, Petrina Williams
Best Performer of the night went went to Miss Portland, Tahera Brown for her Jamaica Song.
Bryan received a $500,000 cash prize, along with other gift items and packages.
Singer Romain Virgo gave a spectacular performance with his hit songs.
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