Durante Duranti

Durante Duranti (1507–1557) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Durante Duranti was born in Palazzolo sull’Oglio on October 5, 1507. As a young man, he studied jurisprudence in Brescia and became a cleric in Brescia.
Moving to Rome, he became a privy chamberlain in the papal household of Pope Paul III. In 1535, Cardinal Allessandro Farnese

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, iuniore made Duranti vicar of the Abbey of San Michele de Coniolo. He served as Prefect of the Pontifical Household under Pope Paul III.
On June 25, 1538, he was elected Bishop of Alghero; he was consecrated as a bishop in Rome on March 12, 1540. He was transferred to the see of Cassano on February 18, 1541.
Pope Paul III made him a cardinal priest in the consistory of December 19, 1544. He received the red hat and the titular church of Santi Apostoli on January 9, 1545. The pope then named him papal legate in Camerino, Spoleto, and Umbria on October 19, 1545.
He participated in the papal conclave of 1549-50 that elected Pope Julius III. He was transferred to the see of Brescia on February 18, 1551.
He was a participant in both the papal conclave of April 1555 that elected Pope Marcellus II and the papal conclave of May 1555 that elected Pope Paul IV.
He died in Brescia on December 24, 1557. He was buried in Brescia Cathedral.

Christian Council of Ghana

The Christian Council of Ghana (CCG) is an umbrella group that unites 15 churches in Ghana. The council has its members from Charismatic, Pentecostal, Orthodox and other churches.

The CCG was formed on 30 October 1929. Five churches, namely:
united aiming to work with various congregations on social matters and to speak for the voiceless in society.
The council has been restructured several times since its formation. It currently includes 15 churches and two Christian organizations.

The council executives are Rtd. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey (Chairman) and Rev.Dr. Kwabena Opuni – Frimpong (General secretary).
The council undertakes various projects in Ghana. One of its major goals is the elimination of stigma and discrimination of people living with HIV/AIDS. The project trained community members in areas of the country that had high HIV/AIDS prevalence of 8–9%. The training involved basic facts about HIV/AIDS, stigma and discrimination among others.
The council has also set up an Interfaith Unit to educate Christians on the need for peaceful existence and tolerance among members of different faiths. The School Dropout Scholarship Programme promotes education among Liberian refugees in the Buduburam refugee settlement near Accra. The programme also identifies the causes and consequences of school dropout among the refugees.
In governance and nation building, the council monitors the activities of political parties and professional bodies in the country and offers advice to them. In 2005 the council appealed to Ghanaians and professional bodies to put the country’s economy nation first and spend more time discussing issues of national interest concerning education, health and poverty. In 2011 the council encouraged political party leaders and their followers to avoid the use of provocative language in their speeches

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Home care

Home care, (also referred to as domiciliary care, social care, or in-home care), is supportive care provided in the home. Care may be provided by licensed healthcare professionals who provide medical treatment needs or by professional caregivers who provide daily assistance to ensure the activities of daily living (ADLs) are met. In-home medical care is often and more accurately referred to as “home health care” or formal care. Often, the term home health care is used to distinguish it from non-medical care, custodial care, or private-duty care which refers to assistance and services provided by persons who are not nurses, doctors, or other licensed medical personnel.
Home Health services help adults, seniors, and pediatric clients who are recovering after a hospital or facility stay, or need additional support to remain safely at home and avoid unnecessary hospitalization. These Medicare-certified services may include short-term nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, and assistive home health care. This care is provided by registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPN’s), physical therapists (PTs), occupational therapists (OTs), speech language pathologists (SLPs), home health aides (HHAs) and medical social workers (MSWs) as a limited number of up to one hour visits, addressed primarily through the Medicare Home Health benefit.
The largest segment of Home Care consists of licensed and unlicensed non-medical personnel, including caregivers who assist the individual. Care assistants may help the individual with daily tasks such as bathing, eating, cleaning the home and preparing meals. Caregivers work to support the needs of individuals who require such assistance. These services help the client to stay at home versus living in a facility. Non-medical home care is paid for by the individual or family. The term “private-duty” refers to the private pay nature of these relationships. Home Care (non-medical) has traditionally been privately funded as opposed to Home Health Care which is task-based and government or insurance funded.
These traditional differences in Home Care services are changing as the average age of the population has risen. Individuals typically desire to remain independent and use Home Care services to maintain their existing lifestyle. Government and Insurance providers are beginning to fund this level of care as an alternative to facility care. In-Home Care is often a lower cost solution to long-term care facilities.
For terminally ill patients, home care may include hospice care. For patients recovering from surgery or illness, home care may include rehabilitative therapies.

Professionals providing home health care include licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists and social workers. Rehabilitation services may be provided by physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists and dietitians.[citation needed] Professionals can be independent practitioners, part of a larger organization, or part of a franchise.
Home care aides, Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), and caregivers are trained to provide non-custodial or non-medical care, such as help with dressing, bathing, getting in and out of bed

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, and using the toilet. They may also prepare meals, accompany the client to medical visits, grocery shop, provide companionship and do various other errands.
“Home care”, “home health care” and “in-home care” are phrases that have been used interchangeably in the United States to mean any type of care – skilled or otherwise – given to a person in their own home. More recently there is a growing movement to distinguish between “home health care” meaning skilled nursing care (usually provided by a Home Health Agency) and “home care” (provided by Home care Agency or independent home health aide or caregiver) meaning non-medical care.[citation needed]
Home care aims to make it possible for people to remain at home rather than use residential, long-term, or institutional-based nursing care. Home health care providers deliver services in the client’s own home. These services may include some combination of professional health care services and life assistance services. Professional home health services may include medical or psychological assessment, wound care, medication teaching, pain management, disease education and management, physical therapy, speech therapy, or occupational therapy. Home care services include help with daily tasks such as meal preparation, medication reminders, laundry, light housekeeping, errands, shopping, transportation, and companionship. Home care is often an integral component of the post-hospitalization recovery process, especially during the initial weeks after discharge when the patient still requires some level of regular physical assistance.
While there are differences in terms used in describing aspects of home care or home health care in the United States and other areas of the world, for the most part the descriptions are very similar.
Estimates for the U.S. indicate that most home care is informal, with families and friends providing a substantial amount of care. For formal care, the health care professionals most often involved are nurses followed by physical therapists and home care aides. Other health care providers include respiratory and occupational therapists, medical social workers and mental health workers. Home health care is generally paid for by Medicaid, Medicare,long term insurance, or paid with the patient’s own resources.
Home health care software or home care software falls under the broad category of Health care Information Technology (HIT). HIT is “the application of information processing involving both computer hardware and software that deals with the storage, retrieval, sharing, and use of health care information, data, and knowledge for communication and decision making”
The state department of health issues requirement for that state. Workers can take an examination to become a state tested Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). Other requirements in the U.S.A. often include a background check, drug testing, and general references.
California does not have licensure for non medical or custodial care services, and as such there are no entry requirements or minimum standards.
Full service agencies do preemployment background checks, including (criminal), department of motor vehicle, and reference checks. Full service agencies also train, monitor and supervise the staff that provide care to clients in their home.
There is a certification available for home care companies in California, administered by the California Association for Health Services at Home.
Florida is a licensure state which requires different levels of licensing depending upon the services provided. Companion assistance is provided by a home maker companion agency whereas nursing services and assistance with ADLs can be provided by a home health agency or nurse registry. The state licensing authority is the Florida Agency for Health Care Administration.
Compensation varies according to discipline, but the Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the 2012 median hourly wage for home health aides was $10.01 per hour with the median annual wage of $20,820.
Since 1974 until 2015, home care work was classified as a “companionship service” and exempted from federal overtime and minimum wage rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act. The Supreme Court considered arguments on the companionship exemption in a case brought by a home care worker represented by counsel provided by Service Employees International Union. This 2003 case, Evelyn Coke v. Long Island Care at Home, Ltd. and Maryann Osborne, argued that agency-employed home caregivers should be covered under overtime and minimum wage regulations.
Evelyn Coke, a home care worker employed by a home care agency that was not paying her overtime, sued the agency in 2003, alleging that the regulation construing the “companionship services” exemption to apply to agency employees and exempt them from the federal minimum wage and overtime law is inconsistent with the law. The Supreme Court heard the case in 2009.
In the court decision, the court stated the Fair Labor Standards Amendments of 1974 exempted from the minimum wage and maximum hours rules of the FSLA persons “employed in domestic service employment to provide companionship services for individuals … unable to care for themselves.” 29 U. S. C. §213(a)(15). The court found that the power of the Department of Labor (DOL) to administer a congressionally created program necessarily requires the making of rules to fill any ‘gap’ left, implicitly or explicitly, by Congress, and when that agency fills that gap reasonably, it is binding. In this case, one of the gaps was whether to include workers paid by third parties in the exemption and the DOL had done that. Since the DOL followed public notice procedure, and since there was a gap left in the legislation, the DOLs regulation stood and home health care workers were not covered by either minimum wage or overtime pay requirements (but see below).
A rule issued from the DOL, entitled “Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act to Domestic Service,” and meant to be effective from January 1, 2015, was written to revise “the definition of ‘companionship services’ to clarify and narrow the duties that fall within the term; in addition third party employers, such as home care agencies, will not be able to claim either of the exemptions [from federal overtime or minimum wage rules.] The major effect of this Final Rule [would be] that more domestic service workers will be protected by the FLSA’s minimum wage, overtime, and recordkeeping provisions.” However, Home Care Associates of America, the International Franchise Association (IFA), and the National Association for Home Care & Hospice sued the DOL in regards to the rule, and a federal district court threw out the rule. The Labor Department then appealed. In August 2015, the rule was upheld by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
710,000 paid by Medicare – Medicare often is the primary billing source, if this is the primary carrier between two types of insurance (like between Medicare and Medicaid). Also, if a patient has Medicare and that patient has a “skilled need” requiring nursing visits, the patient’s case is typically billed under Medicare.[citation needed]
235,000 paid by private insurance, or self/family – Private insurance includes VA (Veterans Administration), some Railroad or Steelworkers health plans or other private insurance. “Self/family” indicates “private pay” status, when the patient or family pays 100% of all home care charges. Home care fees can be quite high; few patients & families can absorb these costs for a long period of time.[citation needed]
see Home care in the United Kingdom
There are professionals and organised companies providing home health care services.
Lotus Shyu & Lee found that providing home nursing care is more suitable for patients rather than in-house nursing-home care for patients that are not seriously ill and who do not need the services after discharge from the hospital. Modin and Furhoff regard the roles of patients’ doctors as more crucial than their nurses and care workers. However, from an epidemiological standpoint, the risks of some community acquired infections are higher from home nursing than from inpatient nursing home care. In regards to financial expenditure, home nursing care is more cost effective than inpatient nursing home care. The quality aspect of home nursing has been reviewed by Riccio. Christensen & Grönvall study the challenges and opportunities of providing communication technologies supporting the cooperation between home care workers and family members. Although they provide home care for older adults in cooperation, family members and care workers harbour diverging attitudes and values towards their joint efforts. This state of affairs is a challenge for the design of ICT for home care.

Method of averaging

In the study of dynamical systems, the method of averaging is used to study certain time-varying systems by analyzing easier, time-invariant systems obtained by averaging the original system.
Consider a general, nonlinear dynamical system

where is periodic in with period . The evolution of this system is said to occur in two timescales: a fast oscillatory one associated with the presence of in and a slow one associated with the presence of in front of . The corresponding (leading order in ) averaged system is

Averaging mods out the fast oscillatory dynamics by averaging their effect (through time integration – see the formula above). In this way, the mean (or long-term) behavior of the system is retained in the form of the dynamical equation for the evolution for . Standard methods for time-invariant (autonomous) systems may then be employed to analyze the equilibria (and their stability) as well as other dynamical objects of interest present in the phase space of the averaged system

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Consider a damped pendulum whose point of suspension is vibrated vertically by a small amplitude, high frequency signal (this is usually known as dithering). The equation of motion for such a pendulum is given by

where describes the motion of the suspension point, describes the damping of the pendulum, and is the angle made by the pendulum with the vertical.
The phase space form of this equation is given by

where we have introduced the variable and written the system as an autonomous, first-order system in -space.
Suppose that the angular frequency of the vertical vibrations, , is much greater than the natural frequency of the pendulum, . Suppose also that the amplitude of the vertical vibrations, , is much less than the length of the pendulum. The pendulum’s trajectory in phase space will trace out a spiral around a curve , moving along at the slow rate but moving around it at the fast rate . The radius of the spiral around will be small and proportional to . The average behaviour of the trajectory, over a timescale much larger than , will be to follow the curve .

57th Academy Awards

The 57th Academy Awards were presented March 25, 1985 at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. The ceremonies were presided over by Jack Lemmon.
Upon winning the Academy Award for Best Actress for her performance in Places in the Heart, Sally Field exclaimed, “The first time I didn’t feel it, but this time I feel it, and I can’t deny the fact that you like me, right now

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The big winner at the ceremony was Milos Forman’s Amadeus, which had received 11 nominations and won 8 awards including Best Picture and Best actor for F.Murray Abraham. As of the 87th Academy Awards, Amadeus is the most recent film to receive two lead actor nominations.
The winner of Best Supporting Actor was also significant. Haing S. Ngor, a Cambodian surgeon who survived the horrors of the Khmer Rouge, won the award for his performance as Dith Pran in Roland Joffé’s The Killing Fields, despite having no previous acting experience. Ngor and Harold Russell are the only two non-professional actors to win Academy Awards for acting.
Seventy-seven-year-old Peggy Ashcroft won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in A Passage to India, making her the oldest winner in that category.
This ceremony marks the first time that multiple black nominees would win an Oscar, when Prince and Stevie Wonder won for their respective work on Purple Rain and The Woman in Red. Additionally, it was the first and only time that all five nominated songs topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.
The following persons, listed in order of appearance, presented awards or performed musical numbers.
These films had multiple nominations:
The following films received multiple awards.

Thomas Neubert

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 10 June 2011.
Thomas Neubert (born 14 November 1980) is a German footballer who is currently a free agent.
A tall, powerful centre-forward, Neubert began his professional career with his hometown club, Energie Cottbus, and was promoted to the first-team squad in 2000. After one season in the Bundesliga, in which he didn’t make a first-team appearance, he signed for Dynamo Dresden, of the NOFV-Oberliga Süd. At Dynamo he became a regular in the first-team, partnering Denis Koslov up front as the club won the title, and promotion to the Regionalliga Nord. The following season he was the team’s top scorer, and the year after that he helped the club earn promotion to the 2. Bundesliga, although he missed the end of the season because of an injury suffered against Hamburger SV II in March 2004.
That same injury restricted Neubert to just eight appearances in Dynamo’s two seasons at the second tier, and in 2006, with the club relegated, he was released. He spent an unsuccessful season with Holstein Kiel, before moving to the other end of the country for a six-month spell at SV Wacker Burghausen. In January 2008, Neubert signed for Hallescher FC, where he was reunited with former Dynamo Dresden assistant manager Sven Köhler, and helped the club win the NOFV-Oberliga title. He spent three years playing for HFC in the Regionalliga Nord before leaving in 2011, to return to Dresden and sign for SC Borea. Borea withdrew their Oberliga team in September 2011, leaving Neubert without a club. He signed for Radebeuler BC a couple of weeks later. At the end of the 2012–13 season, Neubert left Radebeuler BC to take a break form football

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Thomas McKenny Hughes

Thomas McKenny Hughes (17 December 1832 – 9 June 1917) was a Welsh geologist. He was Woodwardian Professor of Geology at Cambridge University.

Thomas M. Hughes was born in Aberystwyth, one of the nine children (six sisters, two brother) of the Welsh bishop Joshua Hughes (1807-1889) and his wife Margaret Hughes (née McKenny). His younger brother Joshua Pritchard Hughes (1847-1938) was bishop of Llandaff. The Mckenny connection was through his maternal grandfather, Sir Thomas McKenny, first baronet and Lord Mayor of Dublin.
Thomas Hughes married Mary Caroline Weston in 1882 (daughter of Rev. G.F. Weston of Crosby Ravensworth, Westmoreland). They had three sons, Tom, George and Alfred. Tom was killed in 1918 whilst carrying out aerial reconnaissance behind enemy lines in France. George was a clerk to the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, and Alfred was an entomologist.
Hughes received the first part of his education at Leamington and Llandovery, and matriculated at Trinity College, Cambridge in 1853, from which he graduated in 1857, and as M.A. in 1867. Hughes had attended Adam Sedgwick’s lectures in Geology.
From 1860 to 1861, Hughes held the post of secretary to the British consul in Rome, Charles Newton and later as acting Consul. It was at this time his interest in archaeology was sparked. Whilst in Rome, Hughes made collections of fossils from the local area.
In 1861, the then Director-General of the Geological Survey, Sir Roderick Murchison offered Hughes a position. He began his Survey work as an Assistant Geologist. Hughes continued working for the Survey until 1873.
During his Survey career, Hughes worked in the following areas. Between 1865 and 1866 he was based in Hertford and St. Albans where he described the Drift Gravels. Then in 1866, Hughes was transferred to the Lake District and superintended by W. T. Aveline. Here he collected fossils from the ‘Silurians’. He sided with Sedgwick in relation to the lower boundary of the Silurian, to the disagreement of Murchison. He also believed the ‘Old Red Conglomerate to form a sort of passage between the Mountain Limestone and the Millstone Grit’. Hughes worked in Westmoreland, Cumberland and the Yorkshire Dales. In 1873 he lived in Sedbergh.
In the 1870s McKenny Hughes entered into correspondence with Charles Lyell. He started a debate regarding Mountain Limestone country. Lyell and Hughes went on many geological expeditions together. In 1872 they visited the limestone caves in the Dordogne and Aurignac.
Hughes returned to Cambridge University to succeed Adam Sedgwick as Woodwardian Professor of Geology in 1873. Nine candidates had offered their services for the Woodwardian Professorship; Hughes got it with a small majority over Professor Thomas George Bonney.
Both Thomas and Mary attended the International Geological Congress in Zurich 1894 as well as the International Geological Congress in Russia in 1897. Mrs Hughes kept diaries and scrapbooks of their trips together.
Whilst Woodwardian Professor, McKenny Hughes endeavoured to establish a lasting memorial to Adam Sedgwick, in the form of a Museum and school of geology. This memorial museum would replace the cramped and inadequate Woodwardian Museum in the Cockerell Building near Senate House. An appeal committee was established and by 1878 they held £12,000. It would take another 26 years for the memorial to be built. Sir Thomas Graham Jackson was the chosen architect. The Museum opened on 1 March 1904 by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.
Hughes died at his home ‘Ravensworth’, Brooklands Avenue in Cambridge, 9 June 1917. His wife died a year later. His grandson, Graham Hughes, was later the art director of Goldsmiths’ Company, who were behind the renaissance in modern silver design.
His over 50 research publications, mainly on work performed during his time at the Survey, are mainly about Precambrian and Palaeozoic formations in Wales, as well as of the Lake District. He also worked on glacial deposits. Hughes was vice-president of the Geological Society in 1862, elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1889, and Lyell Medal recipient in 1891.
17 boxes of the records of Thomas McKenny Hughes are at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences. The collection contains correspondence with contemporaries including Sir Charles Lyell and his wife; reports and papers concerning both his diplomatic and geological work 1860-1880s; records of the international geological congresses in Bologna, London, Zurich and Russia 1880s-1890s; tour and field-note books including sketches and annotated drawings; maps; records relating to the Woodwardian Museum; drafts of papers and speeches

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; and some photographic albums. A collection-level description is available on the Archives Hub. The Museum also has some of the records of Mary Caroline Hughes.
17 volumes and 6 boxes of Hughes family records can also be found at Cambridge University Library: Department of Manuscripts and University Archives.
There are also papers at Cambridgeshire Archives. These derive from Hughes membership of the Council of the Cambs & Isle of Ely Chamber of Agriculture, of which he was Vice-Chairman in 1902 and Chairman in 1903-4.

Tosali

Tosali or Toshali was an ancient city in the present day Orissa state in eastern India. It was the capital of the eastern province of the Maurya empire. While some scholars tried to identify this ancient city with Dhauli

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, 7 km away from Bhubaneshwar, other scholars were inclined to identify this city with Shishupalgarh, 5 km away from Bhubaneshwar.
In 1948, the first excavation in Shishupalgarh was conducted by an Archaeological Survey of India team led by B.B. Lal, followed by another in 1950. These excavations led to the discovery of an ancient fortied urban centre in Shishupalgarh. The mud fortification, constructed in the early 2nd century BCE is almost square shaped and about 1.2 km each side. The evidence of habitation outside the fortified area between 300 BCE to 350 CE was also found during the excavations.
Since 2001, a joint team from the Deccan College, Pune and the University of California started excavating this site again. So far, the major findings of this team include eighteen stone pillars.

Obregonian Brothers

The Obregonians, or the Minim Congregation of Poor Brothers Infirmarians, were a small Roman Catholic congregation of men dedicated to the nursing care of the sick, who professed the Rule of the Third Order Regular of St. Francis.
They were founded by Bernardino de Obregón (born 5 May 1540, at Las Huelgas near Burgos, Spain; died 6 August 1599, Madrid). Of a noble family, Obregón was an officer in the Spanish army, but he retired from military duty and dedicated himself to the service of the sick in the hospitals of Madrid. He spent 20 years working in various hospitals in the city, and became the director of the General Hospital of the city. During this time, he developed insights into the effective care of the sick, which he went on to pass on to the men who joined him.
Others became associated with him in hospital service and in 1567, by consent of the papal nuncio at Madrid, a new congregation was founded. To the three ordinary religious vows was added that of free hospitality. The congregation did not found hospitals but served in those already existing. It spread in Spain and its dependencies, in Belgium and the Indies.
The motherhouse was at the Convent of Our Lady of Victory on the Puerta del Sol in Madrid, adjacent to the Church of Our Lady of Good Success. This had been founded as the hospital for the Royal Court in 1529, when the Emperor Emperor Charles V decreed that this facility was no longer to move about the country with the court but was to be established at this site. Both structures were demolished in the 19th century, in the course of renovating the plaza. It was entrusted to the care of the Brothers by King Philip II.
Obregón was invited to the Portuguese capital Lisbon in 1592, where he founded an asylum for orphan boys. Returning to Spain he assisted King Philip in his last illness (1598).
Pope Paul V, in 1609, allowed the Obregonians to wear a black cross on the left side of the breast over the grey religious habit of the Third Order of St. Francis, to distinguish them from similar congregations. In 1617, an Obregonian Brother, Andrés Fernández, published the first manual of nursing care developed by and intended for nurses, Training Nurses and a Method for applying Remedies to all Forms of Illness (Spanish: Instrucción de Enfermeros y método de aplicar los remedios a todo tipo de enfermedades).
Since the French occupation of Spain they have entirely disappeared

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Stronger (Clean Bandit song)

“Stronger” is a song by English electronic group Clean Bandit featuring uncredited vocals from Alex Newell and Sean Bass, brother of Sharna Bass (who sings the vocals of Clean Bandit’s hit “Extraordinary”). It was originally released on 22 November 2014 with the special edition of the group’s album New Eyes with Years & Years vocalist Olly Alexander

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. The song has since been re-recorded and was released as a single on 19 April 2015.

Before the creation of the video, a contest in collaboration with Microsoft Lumia was held, with the prize being the chance to be a crew member of the music video production. The winners were Wlodek Markowicz and Karol Paciorek from “Lekko Stronniczy”.
The video, which was released on March 11, 2015, was made in collaboration with Microsoft, Wlodek Markowicz and Karol Paciorek and featured Microsoft Lumia phones, which were used for the video’s bullet time effect, a bus driver singing to the song and dancing to it with others (including Clean Bandit), intermixed with clips of Clean Bandit and a dance group dancing to the song (where the bullet time effect was used). The video was directed by Jack Patterson and Produced by Katharine Cowell and has more than 10 million views as of September 2015.
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