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Wordle today: Here’s the answer and hints for May 31

Woman plays Wordle on her smartphone from the living room of her home

It is Wednesday, my dudes, and there is a new Wordle! As always, we’re here with some tips and tricks to help you figure out the solution.

If you just want to be told the answer, you can scroll to the end of this article for May 31’s Wordle solution revealed. But if you’d rather solve it yourself, keep reading for some clues, tips, and strategies to assist you.

Where did Wordle come from?

Originally created by engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his partner, Wordle rapidly spread to become an international phenomenon, with thousands of people around the globe playing every day. Alternate Wordle versions created by fans have even sprung up, including battle royale Squabble, music identification game Heardle, and variations like Dordle and Quordle that make you guess multiple words at once

Wordle eventually became so popular that it was purchased by the New York Times, and TikTok creators even livestream themselves playing.

Not the day you’re after? Here’s the Wordle answer for May 30.

What’s the best Wordle starting word?

The best Wordle starting word is the one that speaks to you. But if you like being strategic in your approach, we have a few ideas to help you pick a word that might help you find the solution faster. One tip is to select a word that includes at least two different vowels, plus some common consonants like S, T, R, or N.

What happened to the Wordle archive?

The entire archive of past Wordle puzzles used to be available for anyone to enjoy whenever they felt like it. Unfortunately, it has since been taken down, with the website’s creator stating it was done at the request of the New York Times.

Is Wordle getting harder?

It might feel like Wordle is getting harder, but it actually isn’t any more difficult than when it first began. You can turn on Wordle‘s Hard Mode if you’re after more of a challenge, though.

Why are there two different Wordle answers some days?

Though usually Wordle will only accept one correct solution per day, occasionally it will rebel against the norm and deem two different answers acceptable. This is due to changes the New York Times made to Wordle after it acquired the puzzle game.

The Times has since added its own updated word list, so this should happen even less frequently than before. To avoid any confusion, it’s a good idea to refresh your browser before getting stuck into a new puzzle.

Here’s a subtle hint for today’s Wordle answer:

Sprints, but not athletics.

Does today’s Wordle answer have a double letter?

Not today!

Today’s Wordle is a 5-letter word that starts with…

Today’s Wordle starts with the letter A.

What’s the answer to Wordle today?

Get your last guesses in now, because it’s your final chance to solve today’s Wordle before we reveal the solution.

Drumroll please!

The solution to Wordle #711 is…

AGILE.

Don’t feel discouraged if you didn’t manage to guess it this time. There will be a new Wordle for you to stretch your brain with tomorrow, and we’ll be back again to guide you with more helpful hints.

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Next generation arms race could cause ‘extinction’ event akin to nuclear war, pandemic: tech chief

An artificial intelligence arms race between countries and corporations to see who can develop the most powerful AI machines could create an existential threat to humanity, the co-founder of an AI safety nonprofit told Fox News. 

“AI could pose the risk of extinction, and part of the reason for this is because we’re currently locked in an AI arms race,” Center for AI Safety Executive Director Dan Hendrycks said. “We’re building increasingly powerful technologies, and we don’t know how to completely control them or understand them.”

“We did the same with nuclear weapons,” he continued. “We’re all in the same boat with respect to existential risk and the risk of extinction.”

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Hendrycks’ firm released a statement Tuesday warning that “[m]itigating the risk of extinction from AI should be a global priority alongside other societal-scale risks such as pandemics and nuclear war.” Many top AI researchers, developers and executives such as OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and “the Godfather of AI,” Geoffrey Hinton, signed the statement. 

Altman recently advocated for the government to regulate AI in testimony before Congress “to mitigate” risks the technology poses.

“I’m concerned about AI development being a relatively uncontrolled process, and the AIs end up getting more influence in society because they’re so good at automating things,” Hendrycks, who also signed his organization’s statement, told Fox News. “They are competing with each other and there’s this ecosystem of agents that are running a lot of the operations, and we might lose control of that process.”

“That could make us like a second-class species or go the way of the Neanderthals,” he continued. 

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been outspoken about potential AI threats, saying the technology could lead to “civilizational destruction” or election interference. Musk also signed a letter in March advocating for the pause of large AI experiments.

However, the letter failed to prompt large AI developers such as OpenAI, Microsoft and Google to suspended experiments. 

“We’re having an AI arms race that could potentially bring us to the brink of catastrophe as the nuclear arms race did,” Hendrycks said. “So that means we need a global prioritization of this issue.”

But the organizations that create the world’s most powerful AI systems don’t have incentives to slow or pause developments, Hendrycks warned. The Center for AI Safety hopes its statement will inform people that AI poses a credible and important risk. 

“Now hopefully we can get the conversation started so that it can be addressed like those other global priorities, like international agreements or regulation,” Hendrycks told Fox News. “We need to treat this as a larger priority, a social priority and a technical priority, to reduce these risks.”

To watch the full interview with Hendrycks, click here

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People Are Accusing Kylie Jenner Of Stealing Sofia Richie’s “Quiet Luxury” Style And Attempting A “Rebrand”

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Wordle today: Here’s the answer and hints for May 30

Woman plays Wordle on her smartphone from the living room of her home

Phew, so have we all recovered from that Succession finale (and/or that Barry finale)? See if you can calm down by solving today’s Wordle! As always, we’re here with some tips and tricks to help you figure out the solution.

If you just want to be told the answer, you can scroll to the end of this article for May 30’s Wordle solution revealed. But if you’d rather solve it yourself, keep reading for some clues, tips, and strategies to assist you.

Where did Wordle come from?

Originally created by engineer Josh Wardle as a gift for his partner, Wordle rapidly spread to become an international phenomenon, with thousands of people around the globe playing every day. Alternate Wordle versions created by fans have even sprung up, including battle royale Squabble, music identification game Heardle, and variations like Dordle and Quordle that make you guess multiple words at once

Wordle eventually became so popular that it was purchased by the New York Times, and TikTok creators even livestream themselves playing.

Not the day you’re after? Here’s the Wordle answer for May 29.

What’s the best Wordle starting word?

The best Wordle starting word is the one that speaks to you. But if you like being strategic in your approach, we have a few ideas to help you pick a word that might help you find the solution faster. One tip is to select a word that includes at least two different vowels, plus some common consonants like S, T, R, or N.

What happened to the Wordle archive?

The entire archive of past Wordle puzzles used to be available for anyone to enjoy whenever they felt like it. Unfortunately, it has since been taken down, with the website’s creator stating it was done at the request of the New York Times.

Is Wordle getting harder?

It might feel like Wordle is getting harder, but it actually isn’t any more difficult than when it first began. You can turn on Wordle‘s Hard Mode if you’re after more of a challenge, though.

Why are there two different Wordle answers some days?

Though usually Wordle will only accept one correct solution per day, occasionally it will rebel against the norm and deem two different answers acceptable. This is due to changes the New York Times made to Wordle after it acquired the puzzle game.

The Times has since added its own updated word list, so this should happen even less frequently than before. To avoid any confusion, it’s a good idea to refresh your browser before getting stuck into a new puzzle.

Here’s a subtle hint for today’s Wordle answer:

This word contains the name of the body part(s) you use to do it.

Does today’s Wordle answer have a double letter?

Yes! One right after the other.

Today’s Wordle is a 5-letter word that starts with…

Today’s Wordle starts with the letter K.

What’s the answer to Wordle today?

Get your last guesses in now, because it’s your final chance to solve today’s Wordle before we reveal the solution.

Drumroll please!

The solution to Wordle #710 is…

KNEEL.

Don’t feel discouraged if you didn’t manage to guess it this time. There will be a new Wordle for you to stretch your brain with tomorrow, and we’ll be back again to guide you with more helpful hints.

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Kansas City teen who was shot in head for knocking on wrong door walks at brain injury event

Ralph Yarl, the Kansas City teenager who was shot in the head last month after mistakenly ringing the wrong doorbell, made his first major public appearance since the shooting on Monday.

Yarl, now 17, walked with family, friends and other brain injury survivors at Going the Distance for Brain Injury, an annual Memorial Day race held at Loose Park in Kansas City, Missouri. As many as 1,000 people participated in this year’s event.

Yarl’s mother, Cleo Nagbe, spoke ahead of the race where she urged the community to stop gun violence: “It takes a community. It takes a family. It takes a support group, all of that.”

She added: “Let’s raise more awareness to stop the things that cause brain injuries and should not be causing them, especially gun violence.”

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In April, Yarl was shot after attempting to pick up his younger brothers at the wrong home, which was approximately a block away from where they were located. Andrew Lester, the 84-year-old homeowner, is accused of shooting Yarl.

“It’s important for Ralph to see that he is not alone,” Yarl’s aunt, Faith Spoonmore, said.

Many of the race attendees were seen wearing neon green T-shirts and were registered to be part of “Team Ralph,” said Robin Abramowitz, executive director of the Brain Injury Association of Kansas and Greater Kansas City.

Spoonmore revealed Yarl continues to struggle with balance and suffers debilitating migraines. He also has mood changes and is dealing with the trauma of the shooting, she said.

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Lester was arrested in connection with the shooting but was released just two hours later.

The shooting prompted outrage across the country and sparked protests in the Kansas City area.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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‘Succession’ ends with a new CEO, but no real winners

Kendall stares out at a bay.

A vote, a smoothie from hell, and one last round of backstabbings closed out the fourth and final season of HBO’s Succession.

“With Open Eyes,” the show’s finale, was a beast of a closer, taking Succession‘s combination of dramatic family infighting and dark humor to morbid new heights… and crushing new lows. Yes, by the end of “With Open Eyes,” Waystar Royco officially has a new CEO — something many audience members and the show’s characters themselves view as “winning.” But the journey to get to there is one full of devastating betrayals that fracture relationships beyond any repair. It’s an episode full of burned bridges, scorched earth sibling rivalries, all leading to the inevitable: choosing Logan’s (Brian Cox) successor. For real this time. Let’s break down how we got there.

Kendall and Shiv square off to get Roman’s vote.

The Roy siblings sit in chairs overlooking the ocean.

Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, and Kieran Culkin in “Succession.”
Credit: Sarah Shatz/HBO

By the end of Succession‘s penultimate episode, battle lines were clearly drawn in the fight for who gets to control Waystar. In one corner, we have Kendall (Jeremy Strong), who hopes to keep Waystar in the family. In the other, we have Shiv (Sarah Snook), who has allied herself with GoJo CEO Lukas Matsson (Alexander Skarsgård) in an attempt to acquire the company. As “With Open Eyes” begins, Kendall and Shiv are vying to secure votes from Waystar’s board members before the board meeting. One key vote is up in the air, though: Roman (Kieran Culkin), who’s gone missing after breaking down at Logan’s funeral.

As both Kendall and Shiv quickly find out, Roman isn’t really missing. He’s in the Caribbean with their mother Caroline (Harriet Walter), who wants the two to come down and speak to him. They do — not to comfort him, but to discuss business. Roman is in no place to do so, having been injured and shaken by a run-in with people protesting the presidential election. (Speaking of the election, the Wisconsin votes are subject to a court case, so Mencken may not be the winner after all.) Still, his siblings have no trouble treating him as a “human fucking vote,” in his own words.

Matsson considers different CEO options.

Lukas Matsson lounging in a bar.

Alexander Skarsgård in “Succession.”
Credit: Macall B. Polay/HBO

As the board vote grows nearer, Matsson wavers on his and Shiv’s agreement to make her the American CEO of Waystar. He claims he’s not fazed by a caricature depicting her as his puppetmaster, but between that and his admitted desire to sleep with her, Matsson has opted to go in a different direction. He admits as much to Tom Wambsgans (Matthew Macfadyen), on one of their many cringeworthy “hangs.” Tom thinks he’s on the chopping block, but Matsson suggests something else: CEO. The offer is less one of power, and more one of being Matsson’s personal “pain sponge.” Nevertheless, Tom accepts.

The scene echoes one of Succession‘s Season 3 finale’s most iconic scenes: when Tom asks Greg (Nicholas Braun) if he wants to make a deal with the devil not long before betraying Shiv and her brothers. Here, though, Tom is in Greg’s position (what is Greg, if not a “pain sponge”?), and Matsson takes on Tom’s role. Both scenes end the same way though: with Tom screwing Shiv over.

But we can’t count Greg out just yet. Tom’s lackey uses a translating app to decipher Matsson’s Swedish discussions and inform Kendall of Matsson’s choice. Of course, he asks for something in return for the intel — always trying to make “the quad” happen, that Greg! Meanwhile, Kendall passes the news on to an understandably mad-as-hell Shiv. And just like that, the Roy siblings are a united front again. Kind of.

Kendall, Shiv, and Roman decide which of them should be CEO.

The Roy siblings stand on a beach overlooking the ocean.

Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, and Kieran Culkin in “Succession.”
Credit: Sarah Shatz/HBO

As the clock ticks down to the board meeting, Kendall, Shiv, and Roman repeat one of their favorite arguments: Who did Logan want to be CEO? Who among them would have gotten the kiss from daddy? The arguments range from Roman’s claim that he was Logan’s most recent choice to Kendall’s reminder that Logan promised him his empire at age seven. (No pressure.) After much arguing, Shiv and Roman tell Kendall it should be him.

What follows is one of Succession‘s funniest scenes ever, where the trio make Kendall “a meal fit for a king,” aka the world’s most disgusting smoothie. (Tabasco, eggs, and bread nubbies all make the cut, along with some Shiv spit.) Kendall bravely gives it a chug before Roman dumps it all over his head. Ceremoniously, of course.

Between the anointment-by-smoothie and Roman and Shiv coming to their decision while Kendall floats on a platform in the ocean, “With Open Eyes” continues Succession‘s motif of associating Kendall with water. Earlier this season, after his successful presentation on Living+, Kendall took a swim in the Pacific Ocean. It was a moment of rebirth for him, as well as a kind of thematic baptism of him as the more powerful of the “CE-Bros.” However, Kendall’s association with water has not always been so positive. In the Season 1 finale, he and waiter Andrew Dodds crashed into a lake, where Andrew drowned. Towards the end of Season 3, Kendall falls off a pool floatie and attempts to drown in a particularly despairing moment. In both cases, Kendall plus water spells out rock bottom. Does his floating on the ocean in “With Open Eyes” correspond more to his rebirth or “anointment” as future CEO? Or will it spell doom for him?

The tables turn before the board meeting.

Willa and Connor stand together smiling in their apartment.

Justine Lupe and Alan Ruck in “Succession.”
Credit: Macall B. Polay/HBO

Tensions are high before the board meeting, but that doesn’t stop Connor (Alan Ruck) and Willa (Justine Lupe) from hosting a gathering where people can claim the items in Logan’s apartment through a “sticker perambulation circuit system.” (Connor has also created tiers of grievers to determine who gets precedent.) As the Roys claim their items, they stumble on a video of Logan having dinner with Connor, Frank (Peter Friedman), Gerri (J. Smith-Cameron), Karl (David Rasche), and Kerry (Zoe Winters). As it plays out, the Roys get a moment to bond with their father from beyond the grave — one where he isn’t berating them, but is rather enjoying Connor’s impression of him performing “I’m A Little Teapot.”

But the fun and games end when Tom tells Shiv he’s going to be CEO. From that point on, both sides rally the troops in a last-ditch effort to get the votes they need. Tom also discovers that Greg leaked Matsson’s choice to Kendall, giving us the definitive TomGreg scene of the season: the two of them slap fighting it out in a bathroom.

Shiv throws a wrench into the Waystar vote, and a new CEO is crowned.

A group of business people gather for a photo around signed documents on a table.

The ensemble of “Succession.”
Credit: David Russell/HBO

The board vote proceeds, with six members voting for Kendall, and six voting for GoJo. Shiv has the deciding vote, but at the last second, she has doubts. And as she tells Kendall it shouldn’t be him, his smarmy, assured business persona melts away into pure desperation. “I am like a cog built to fit one machine… It’s the one thing I know how to do,” he pleads.

But it’s all too easy for Shiv to shut him down: “You can’t be CEO because you killed someone.”

Kendall enters crisis spin mode, but it’s too late. If he agrees that he killed Andrew, he’s admitting he’s a killer. If he claims he made the death up (which he does), he looks manipulative and loses his siblings’ trust. Is it rich for Shiv to use this against him after being so blasé about it back in Season 3? Absolutely. But does it make for a brutal blow to Kendall’s CEO candidacy? Without a doubt.

The Roys aren’t done knifing each other though. Roman needles Kendall for his kids not being part of the Roy “bloodline,” as they are not his biological children. This is the last straw for Kendall, who attacks Roman while Shiv casts her deciding vote. In what has felt inevitable this entire season, GoJo acquires Waystar. In a twist, Tom actually does become CEO.

With Tom becoming CEO, where does that leave the rest of our characters?

Tom and Shiv hold hands in the backseat of a car.

Matthew Macfadyen and Sarah Snook in “Succession.”
Credit: Courtesy of HBO

As Tom and Matsson officially take over Waystar, it’s clear changes are afoot. Tom seems to want to keep Gerri and Karolina (Dagmara Dominczyk) onboard, but wants to axe Hugo (Fisher Stevens), Karl, and Frank. (To be fair, those last two don’t seem particularly keen about staying on.) Tom also plans to keep Greg with him, even though he “fucked it.” He seals the deal by pasting one of Connor’s stickers to Greg’s forehead. One last hurrah for the Disgusting Brothers, everyone!

And as for the other Roy siblings? Shiv did ask Tom earlier in the episode if we was “interested in a real relationship,” and by the looks of her riding out of Waystar with him, it appears like they may be giving that a try. She even takes his hand after he offers it to her on their car ride! Granted, it’s less of a hand hold and more of a “rest my hand in yours” situation, so it’s clear their intimacy and trust aren’t entirely back. (Can you blame them? More importantly, can we pray for their child’s upbringing?)

After Roman signs Waystar over to a gloating Matsson, he heads to a bar and has a drink alone. His final scene is just as ambiguous as Shiv’s, as he gives a smirk and then a frown, stuck somewhere between joy and sadness. Does he feel freedom at no longer being tethered to Waystar? Or does he regret destroying his relationship with Matsson and not pushing harder to be CEO? Either way (or perhaps a mix of both), it’s a quiet farewell to one of Succession‘s wildest, most bombastic characters.

Succession closes with the tragedy of Kendall Roy.

Kendall sits in a park looking sad.

Jeremy Strong in “Succession.”
Credit: Courtesy of HBO

When we first met Kendall Roy, way back in Season 1, he was on top of the world: rapping along to the Beastie Boys, hoping to close a deal to acquire Vaulter, and next in line for Logan’s CEO throne. The Kendall we part ways with in Season 4 is absolutely broken: His final scene with Shiv and Roman cut him deep, and with the sale of Waystar, he has lost the one thing in life he fought so hard for. His position at Succession‘s end recalls the aftermath of Season 1’s vote of no-confidence against Logan — only here, he’s further at rock bottom, and likely has no salvageable personal relationships left.

When telling Shiv and Roman about how being CEO is the one thing he’d know how to do, he tells them, “I might die” if the vote doesn’t go his way. And for a moment, it seems as if Succession is going in that direction. In Succession‘s last scene ever, Kendall walks through Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan. As he heads towards the railing bordering the river, it seems for a moment that he could be ready to throw himself in. But Succession does not go that route.

Instead, Kendall pulls away from the railing and sits, still gazing out at the water, with his father’s old bodyguard (Scott Nicholson) looking on. Colin’s presence is certainly a reminder of Logan and of Kendall’s ambitions to be like him, and in that way, he’s also a reminder of Kendall’s failure. At this point, he’s the last person Kendall has left.

But the greater focus of this scene is once again the pairing of Kendall and water. Succession leaves Kendall’s actions open-ended as he contemplates the river. He could still choose to jump, an action that would play into the despair-linked water motif we’ve seen before in scenes involving Andrew and the Tuscan pool. Or could he be considering a rebirth, like we saw in his Pacific Ocean and Caribbean swims?

If that rebirth involves Kendall starting his own venture and jumping back into the business world, that would be a tragedy in itself. He would continue to perpetuate the harm his father and he and his siblings wrought on the world, and he would never break free of the box he’s placed himself in. Like Shiv staying with Tom now that he’s CEO, Kendall really only knows one way of life. Maybe the cycle continues after all. Maybe the poison continues to drip through.

All episodes of Succession are now streaming on Max.

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Memorial Day requires reflection and reverence for those who laid down their lives for freedom: lawmakers

Memorial Day is an opportunity for Americans to reflect on the freedoms they enjoy because of the sacrifices others have given them, congressional lawmakers told Fox News. 

“The only reason we enjoy the freedoms that we enjoy in America is because of the sacrifice that so many brave Americans have made,” Republican Rep. Mike Gallagher, who served in the Marine Corps, told Fox News. “It’s up to every generation to pass this gift of freedom, this gift of self-government onto the next generation.”

Rep. Dan Crenshaw said: “This is one day that we ask those who haven’t served or haven’t sacrificed or don’t know anyone who sacrificed to just at least think about those who do.”

For the Gold Star Families who have lost somebody, “every day is Memorial Day,” said Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL who lost an eye in while deployed in Afghanistan.

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Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, has been observed for over 150 years in the U.S. since it was first commemorated in 1868. That year, Americans visited Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia and other resting places to decorate the graves of fallen troops.

The Civil War had ended just three years prior, costing an estimated 620,000 lives.

“We live in the freest country in the world and it’s not by accident,” Rep. Jim McGovern said. “It’s because brave men and women sacrifice their lives to protect this country.”

Rep. Jimmy Gomez agreed: “We’ve got to remember that these sacrifices are done by people.”

“They’re done by brothers, done by sisters, they’re done by parents, and we got to make sure that they’re always recognized and taken care of,” Gomez said. 

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There are over 1.3 million active-duty service members who make up the armed forces, according to the Pentagon. The Department of Defense is also backed by 750,000 civilian personnel and more than 811,000 National Guard and Reserve service members.

“It’s now more important than ever that we remember Memorial Day because when our nation seems to be so divided, all these freedoms that we’ve earned over the years come on the backs and on the blood of those brothers and sisters that have gone before us,” Rep. Jake Ellzey, a Navy veteran, told Fox News.

“I think it helps bring unity at a time in which we clearly need it in this country where we have threats abroad and threats at home,” he continued.

Texas Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee said: “We wouldn’t be a nation, we wouldn’t be patriots if we did not celebrate Memorial Day.”

Memorial Day is about “the ones that didn’t get the opportunity to come home and live this great life,” Rep. Tim Burchett said.

Rep. Matt Gaetz, whose district includes a naval airbase, said: “I come from a community where people go deep into the fight, and Memorial Day is a time for reflection, for honoring the fallen, and realizing what it really costs to keep the greatest country in the world humming.”

To watch lawmakers’ full interviews on the importance of Memorial Day, click here

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People Are Sharing The Deeply Toxic Things Their Parents Taught Them When They Were Younger, And It’s Honestly Gut-Wrenching

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A lifetime membership to Upskillist is on sale for 75% off

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TL;DR: A lifetime membership to Upskillist is on sale for £80.60, saving you 75% on list price.


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Do yourself a favour and invest in your future by upskilling.

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