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Today, I honor the life of Mr. Earl G. Graves, Sr., the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise. On yesterday, April 6th, Grave’s son, Earl “Butch” Graves Jr. confirmed his father’s passing on social media. Mr. Graves was 85 and experienced a long battle with Alzheimer’s. ⁠ ⁠ One reason this strikes a chord for me is because a few weeks ago my grandfather, Arthur Murphy, transitioned. He was 95 and experienced a long battle with Alzheimer’s. There is nothing like a grandparent’s love. My heart and prayers are with Mr. Graves’ family – especially his eight grandchildren.⁠ ⁠ Earl G. Graves, Sr. was An Iconic Entrepreneur & “Mentor Grandfather” for Young Professionals"...Link In Bio⁠ ⁠ ⁠http://genzlifecoach.com/earl-graves-sr-an-iconic-entrepreneur-mentor-grandfather-for-young-professionals ⁠ BlackEnterprise Business Entrepreneurship Leadership⁠ @teddygraves @iamkkg @melgravey @erika_barbara @kel.graves @vnicagraves @carterlgraves @gibbygraves

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"To have a successful career, you have to approach it as an entrepreneur, even if you are working for someone else. Your career is your own private business. You have to market yourself and your abilities and knowledge just as you would a product or service." EarlGGravesSr @BlackEnterprise BlackEnterprise BlackLeadership BlackExcellence BlackLegacy BlackHistory MyFirstMagazineSubscription

Thanks for having a vision and creating a platform for our culture and people to be seen, heard and recognized around the world. I’m honored and thankful to have had the opportunity to represent not only myself but you. May your legacy live on us thru US. RipEarlGravesSr BlackEnterprise TheDealMaker

Earl G Graves, Sr., iconic entrepreneur and founder of Black Enterprise -- the media company focused on black entrepreneurship and black businesses -- died Monday at the age of 85. Graves "passed away quietly after a long battle with Alzheimer's," his son and current Black Enterprise CEO Earl "Butch" Graves Jr. wrote on Twitter - "I loved and admired this giant of a man, and am blessed to be his namesake," he said in the tweet. "LOVE YOU DAD!" || Follow @hamptonblunetwork

We salute an 💪🏾American Legend Earl Graves Sr. He created a voice and platform for so many black entrepreneurs. Thank you my friend. 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 . . . . .earlgravessr blackenterprise morganstateuniversity morganstate legend realtalk

Today, I honor the life of Mr. Earl G. Graves, Sr., the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise. On yesterday, April 6th, Grave’s son, Earl “Butch” Graves Jr. confirmed his father’s passing on social media. Mr. Graves was 85 and experienced a long battle with Alzheimer’s. ⁠ ⁠ One reason this strikes a chord for me is because a few weeks ago my grandfather, Arthur Murphy, transitioned. He was 95 and experienced a long battle with Alzheimer’s. There is nothing like a grandparent’s love. My heart and prayers are with Mr. Graves’ family – especially his eight grandchildren.⁠ ⁠ Earl G. Graves, Sr. was An Iconic Entrepreneur & “Mentor Grandfather” for Young Professionals"...Link In Bio⁠ ⁠ ⁠http://genzlifecoach.com/earl-graves-sr-an-iconic-entrepreneur-mentor-grandfather-for-young-professionals/⁠ ⁠ BlackEnterprise Business Entrepreneurship Leadership

RIP MR Earl Graves and thanks for being a positive role model and business trailblazer...God bless the Graves family 🙏🏿😇 ⁦‪Blackenterprise‬⁩ ⁦‪Pensionsnews‬⁩ ⁦‪PLANSPONSOR‬⁩ ⁦‪BlackAmericaWeb‬⁩

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Repost @blackmillionaires_ • • • • • • Atlanta, Georgia @blackenterprise Founder and Publisher Earl G. Graves, Sr., the quintessential entrepreneur who created a vehicle of information and advocacy that has inspired four generations of African Americans to build wealth through entrepreneurship, career advancement and money management, has died. . . According to his son, Black Enterprise CEO Earl “Butch” Graves Jr., he passed away quietly at 9:22 p.m. on April 6, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. Graves was 85. . . Graves was widely considered to be the ultimate champion of black business, launching Black Enterprise in 1970 to not only chronicle the rise of African American entrepreneurs, but also provide the tools for African Americans to succeed in the business mainstream and “achieve their measure of the American dream.” . . Source: @blackenterprise ✅ . .blackmillionaires blackowned blackenterprise blackwealth blackowned blackownedbusiness blackbusinessowner

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Thank You Earl G. Graves, you a real one!! Rest up!! 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 blackenterprise entrepreneur business black

Love to the life of the publishing blueprint, Earl G. Graves Sr., founder of @blackenterprise Mr. Graves, a Brooklyn, NY native and HBCU grad, took the publishing industry by storm showcasing the true essence of black business excellence. He created a space where our people could shine as bright as those in Forbes or Fortune magazines. I know for sure his battles to get on newsstands and build subscriptions paved the way for those after him (including myself) to push forward in presenting black culture at its highest heights. Thank you Mr. Graves for your genius and your heart...for those are the elements of everything you helped spark in your journey. Love and respect to your family and rest well. EarlGravesSr BlackEnterprise BlackExcellence

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When attending our respective HBCU’s (LangstonUniversity and BowieState), we were required to read @blackenterprise in business school. We can’t begin to tell you how many stories of hope, intention and financial savvy sparked our fires to become black entrepreneurs. The vision expressed between those pages ignited something deep within us. . . Rest In Peace Earl G. Graves and thank you for the boldness to create a legacy with immeasurable ripple effects throughout our community. Have you read: How to Succeed In Business Without Being White? . . “African-Americans are entering the business world in unprecedented numbers, and Earl G. Graves serves as their role model and mentor. Graves, one of the most influential and well-known executives in the world, in this timely andimportant book shows how he, the son of a West Indian garment worker, became a multimillionaire entrepreneur, director of several of America's Fortune 500 corporations and a philanthropist. Using his own story (which includes careers in the military, real estate and public service as an assistant to Senator Robert F. Kennedy), and those of dozens of other black men and women who have made it in the business world as examples, Graves offers inspirational and down-to-earth advice to help readers take advantage of opportunities to achieve personal and professional success. From overcoming the challenges blacks confront in getting financing for new ventures to identifying the best dustries and jobs for black job-seekers and cultivating the behaviors needed to make it as an entrepreneur, How to Succeed in Business Without Being White clearly lights the path readers can take to overcome adversity and succeed intoday's largely white business environment.” .mahoganybooks blackbooksmatter earlgraves blackenterprise blackbusinesses blackpublishers supportblackbusinesses

IF YOU ARE A REAL ENTREPRENEUR THEN YOU KNOW WE HAVE LOST A TRUE PIONEER!!! I have learned so much from The Black Enterprise magazine that it hurts my heart!!! RIH Mr. Graves hero blackenterprise

RIP Earl Graves Sr. Founder of the ground breaking @blackenterprise. His legacy is profound. His magazine inspired thousands of black people to get into business. Thanks letting us know what was truly possible. I remember hoping for new editions whenever I would get my haircut. I know the company will continue to be in great hands.

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Our sincerest and most deepest sympathy to the family of Earl Graves Sr. Mr. Graves was the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise magazine and iconic entrepreneur in the black community. He succumbed after a long battle with Alzheimers Disease. He was 85. Prayers for the family and dear friends. Peace, Love and Eternal Light blackenterprise blackentrepreneurs business blackbusiness equity

Our sincerest and most deepest sympathy to the family of Earl Graves Sr. Mr. Graves was the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise magazine and iconic entrepreneur in the black community. He succumbed after a long battle with Alzheimers Disease. He was 85. Prayers for the family and dear friends. Peace, Love and Eternal Light blackenterprise blackentrepreneurs business blackbusiness equity

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Earl G. Graves, Sr., the founder and publisher of Black Enterprise Magazine, has sadly passed away after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. He was 85-years old and was one of the most influential and well-known executives in the world. In 1970, Graves became the first entrepreneur to create a nationally-distributed business and wealth-building resource that specifically targeted African Americans. For 50 years, Black Enterprise has provided essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and decision makers. Graves died on the night of April 6, 2020, and his son who is the current President & CEO of Black Enterprise, Earl "Butch" Graves, Jr., was the one who broke the news via Twitter. His message read: "My Father and Hero Earl Graves Sr., the Founder of Black Enterprise, passed away quietly after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. I loved and admired this giant of a man, and am blessed to be his namesake. LOVE YOU DAD!" Graves was born on January 9, 1935 in Brooklyn, New York. He later attended Morgan State University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics in 1958. He started out in politics working as Senator Robert F. Kennedy's administrative assistant in 1965. He was later invited to serve on the advisory board of the Small Business Administration in 1968, and launched his iconic magazine in 1970. Black Enterprise quickly became an inspiration to millions of African Americans who aspired to become entrepreneurs and have top executive roles in Corporate America. Now, they could finally read about others who had become successful in business, and envision themselves reaching the same milestone despite a world full of racism and discrimination. In 1998, Graves authored a New York Times best-selling book entitled How to Succeed in Business Without Being White, which chronicles the success strategies of America's premier African-American businessman. In 2002, he was named by Fortune Magazine as one of the 50 most powerful and influential African Americans in corporate America. BlackEnterprise 🙏🙏RIP EarlGravesSr

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Repost from @atlgreekpicnic1 We send our condolences to the family and friends of Earl Graves, Sr., founder of @blackenterprise. ___________________________________ This trailblazer founded and created the Black Enterprise platform in August 1970 which celebrated, uplifted, and honored black businesses and leaders. He was also member of Morgan State University’s PI Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity,Inc. His legacy and impact will never be forgotten. RIP earlgravessr blackenterprise RIP RIPEargraves

If you’re reading this, STOP being so hard on yourself. I don’t have to know you to know that it’s happening ✋🏽 Stop believing that you’ve failed just because it’s taking you longer. Did you know that Samuel Jackson didn’t become successful until he was 45? Viola Davis got her FIRST big break when she was 43. Stop believing that your kids set you back and that’s the REASON you are where you are🙅🏽‍♀️I know single moms who got degrees with their babies on their hip💪🏽 Stop believing that your goals aren’t a good idea because nobody believes in them. Are you doing this for THEM or are you doing this for YOU ⁉️ Stop watching ppl online thinking “that could never be me.” It CAN be you. And It IS you. You just haven’t manifested, worked and PRAYED over your GIFTS yet 💯 Stop watching other people’s moves and start MAKING your own. Stop believing that you NEED support from your family and friends. Sometimes they’re the LAST people to support you. They wait until AFTER you make it to support you 🤷🏽‍♀️ So motivate your dam self 👊🏽 You got this SIS 👑 : :blackgirlmagic blackentrepreneurs blackenterprise blackwomeninbusiness blackexcellence empoweringwomen womensupportwomen womenwhohustle womenhelpingwomen womeninbusiness confidentwomen successfulwomen ambitiouswomengodsplan trusttheprocess trustgod godwillprovide youwillwin keeppraying keeppushing stayfocused dreamcatcher dreamchaser dreambig inspiretoinspire shuntel facefrontlacefront womenempowerment afternoonmotivation

If you’re reading this, STOP being so hard on yourself. I don’t have to know you to know that it’s happening ✋🏽 Stop believing that you’ve failed just because it’s taking you longer. Did you know that Samuel Jackson didn’t become successful until he was 45? Viola Davis got her FIRST big break when she was 43. Stop believing that your kids set you back and that’s the REASON you are where you are🙅🏽‍♀️I know single moms who got degrees with their babies on their hip💪🏽 Stop believing that your goals aren’t a good idea because nobody believes in them. Are you doing this for THEM or are you doing this for YOU ⁉️ Stop watching ppl online thinking “that could never be me.” It CAN be you. And It IS you. You just haven’t manifested, worked and PRAYED over your GIFTS yet 💯 Stop watching other people’s moves and start MAKING your own. Stop believing that you NEED support from your family and friends. Sometimes they’re the LAST people to support you. They wait until AFTER you make it to support you 🤷🏽‍♀️ So motivate your dam self 👊🏽 You got this SIS 👑 : :blackgirlmagic blackentrepreneurs blackenterprise blackwomeninbusiness blackexcellence empoweringwomen womensupportwomen womenwhohustle womenhelpingwomen womeninbusiness confidentwomen successfulwomen ambitiouswomengodsplan trusttheprocess trustgod godwillprovide youwillwin keeppraying keeppushing stayfocused dreamcatcher dreamchaser dreambig inspiretoinspire shuntel facefrontlacefront womenempowerment afternoonmotivation

If you’re reading this, STOP being so hard on yourself. I don’t have to know you to know that it’s happening ✋🏽 Stop believing that you’ve failed just because it’s taking you longer. Did you know that Samuel Jackson didn’t become successful until he was 45? Viola Davis got her FIRST big break when she was 43. Stop believing that your kids set you back and that’s the REASON you are where you are🙅🏽‍♀️I know single moms who got degrees with their babies on their hip💪🏽 Stop believing that your goals aren’t a good idea because nobody believes in them. Are you doing this for THEM or are you doing this for YOU ⁉️ Stop watching ppl online thinking “that could never be me.” It CAN be you. And It IS you. You just haven’t manifested, worked and PRAYED over your GIFTS yet 💯 Stop watching other people’s moves and start MAKING your own. Stop believing that you NEED support from your family and friends. Sometimes they’re the LAST people to support you. They wait until AFTER you make it to support you 🤷🏽‍♀️ So motivate your dam self 👊🏽 You got this SIS 👑 : :blackgirlmagic blackentrepreneurs blackenterprise blackwomeninbusiness blackexcellence empoweringwomen womensupportwomen womenwhohustle womenhelpingwomen womeninbusiness confidentwomen successfulwomen ambitiouswomengodsplan trusttheprocess trustgod godwillprovide youwillwin keeppraying keeppushing stayfocused dreamcatcher dreamchaser dreambig inspiretoinspire shuntel facefrontlacefront womenempowerment afternoonmotivation

EveryDayBlackHistory was inspired by the Earl Graves Sr. of the world to shine a light on the inventors, scientist, entrepreneurs, and visionaries that paved the way and continue to be beacons of blackexcellence . Thank you and may you Rest In Peace. . . . . . ———————————————— rip earlgraves blackenterprise blackexcellence EveryDayBlackHistory blackhistory historymaker publisher entrepeneur visionary trailblazer blackman morganstate hbcu alzheimers

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If you’re reading this, STOP being so hard on yourself. I don’t have to know you to know that it’s happening ✋🏽 Stop believing that you’ve failed just because it’s taking you longer. Did you know that Samuel Jackson didn’t become successful until he was 45? Viola Davis got her FIRST big break when she was 43. Stop believing that your kids set you back and that’s the REASON you are where you are🙅🏽‍♀️I know single moms who got degrees with their babies on their hip💪🏽 Stop believing that your goals aren’t a good idea because nobody believes in them. Are you doing this for THEM or are you doing this for YOU ⁉️ Stop watching ppl online thinking “that could never be me.” It CAN be you. And It IS you. You just haven’t manifested, worked and PRAYED over your GIFTS yet 💯 Stop watching other people’s moves and start MAKING your own. Stop believing that you NEED support from your family and friends. Sometimes they’re the LAST people to support you. They wait until AFTER you make it to support you 🤷🏽‍♀️ So motivate your dam self 👊🏽 You got this SIS 👑 : :blackgirlmagic blackentrepreneurs blackenterprise blackwomeninbusiness blackexcellence empoweringwomen womensupportwomen womenwhohustle womenhelpingwomen womeninbusiness confidentwomen successfulwomen ambitiouswomengodsplan trusttheprocess trustgod godwillprovide youwillwin keeppraying keeppushing stayfocused dreamcatcher dreamchaser dreambig inspiretoinspire shuntel facefrontlacefront womenempowerment afternoonmotivation

I’ve heard of and read about the man previously, but was reminded of him recently during this doc I watched on PBS about BlackBusiness ✊🏿RIP EarlGravesSr 🙏🏿BlackEnterprise

On my resume of publications I have freelanced for, @blackenterprise is one of them. Thank you Mr. Earl Graves Sr. for creating an outlet that encourages financial literacy and generational wealth in our communities and beyond. Well done, your job is done here. We'll continue to pay it forward. * * * *blackjournalists freelancewriters earlgravessr blackenterprise blackownedmedia blackownedpublications nabj blackwealth generationalwealth blackfinancialliteracy blackwomenjournalists journalism

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(SWIPE LEFT) Black Enterprise was the first major publication to put my family’s story on the map. It was the 1982 November issue. My granddaddy was the centerfold story, in an article entitled “Living Off The Land.” They sent a journalist down deep into Southwest Georgia, where my dad and his 8 siblings were raised, where I had spent my summers and where my ancestors had owned land since the 1800s. I remember my dad telling me stories about growing up with all of his cousins because all of his Aunts and Uncles lived on the land, all within a square mile of each other. A family compound of dozens of black kids and adults….living off the land they owned. My, how amazing that sounds today. In honor of the life of Earl Graves Sr. and his recent passing, I’ll be sharing my thoughts and snippets of my grandaddy’s featured story, one of many, Black Enterprise amplified over the last 50 years. legacy farming blackenterprise ripearlgraves

@LeadershipTues MotivationalMoment: Hold On and Stay Committed...Earl G. Graves, Sr. | “Hold on to your dreams of a better life and stay committed to striving to realize it.” --Earl Graves (1935 -- 2020) https://motivationalmoments-vwo.blogspot.com/2020/04/hold-on-and-stay-committedearl-g-graves.html?m=1EarlGravesSrRIP BlackEnterprise BlackExcellence LeadershipTuesdays

The 1st BlackEnterprise magazine I ever read.. thank u for the inspiration of OWNERSHIP EarlGravesSr RIP

The 1st BlackEnterprise magazine I ever read.. thank u for the inspiration of OWNERSHIP EarlGravesSr RIP

COVID-19 a lethal threat which, when fully detonated, could very well wipe out a generation of Black entrepreneurs. We Buy Black, in cooperation with SheaMoisture, is announcing the Black Business Relief Fund: $100,000 for Black owned businesses. . . We Buy Black exists to support Black entrepreneurs and SheaMoisture, once a Black owned company and a company committed to supporting black owned businesses, has always held a radical commitment to community. The Black Business Relief Fund will award 20 Community-Empowered Small Business Grants to businesses that are donating goods or providing free services to those in need, during the COVID-19 outbreak. . . The application opens April 8, and the deadline to apply for a grant is Wednesday, April 15. Every business owner is important, all are encouraged to participate. A committee will choose the top 40 entries and of those, 20 will be awarded grants. Every Monday and Tuesday, We Buy Black will post editorials spotlighting the top 10 businesses of the week. On Wednesday, those businesses will be posted on We Buy Black's IG page. The 5 companies that receive the most likes on IG by 11:59 PM EST Thursday will be announced as winners on Friday of that week. . . Congress recently announced over $2 trillion in coronavirus relief. The Small Business Administration (SBA) has been given $350 billion to loan companies up to $10 million, each. But who is specifically providing relief to Black owned businesses? Where is that "bailout" fund? The Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) is the single entity chartered to focus on the growth and development of non-white businesses (all minority groups, not just Black). The agency has been gutted for years and of the $2.2 trillion in coronavirus relief, Congress allocated a mere $10 million to it. We Buy Black and SheaMoisture are teaming up to bring much needed relief, in the form of the Black Business Relief Fund.

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Earl G. Graves Sr. Publisher & CEO Black Enterprise Magazine has died at the age of 85. After a lengthy illness he is now resting in heaven. He will be missed by many. Our pioneers are moving on, his leadership was outstanding and he was a very relevant and dedicated, and supportive Alumnus of Morgan State University My Alma Mater. Blessing and condolences to his family and close friends. blackexcellence MSUAlum icon leadership Allbusiness legend mentor pioneer blackenterprise blackwealth blackbusinesses Rest Well 👑

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For many of our clients, being featured in Black Enterprise was aspirational. Today, we thank Earl G. Graves, Sr., founder of groundbreaking publication, @blackenterprise, which has inspired four generations of African Americans to build wealth through entrepreneurship, career advancement and money management. We will continue doing the work building upon the foundation he laid. RestPeacefully BlackEnterprise FemaleEntrepreneurs SmallBusiness Entrepreneurs publicity publicrelations press prgirls oseipr.

repost @caribheritage ・・・ Our condolences to the family of Black Enterprise Magazine founder, Earl G. Graves, Sr. Mr. Graves was born in Brooklyn, New York, of Barbadian roots. The entrepreneur, philanthropist and civil rights activist started his illustrious and storied trailblazing career at age 7 selling Christmas cards in his neighborhood. He passed away April 6 after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 85 years old. @blackenterprise @earlbutchgraves earlgraves blackenterprise barbadianAmerican bajanAmerican Barbados CaribbeanHeritage CaribHeritage WeAreCHM

Repost @nuafrica • • • • • • Earl Graves Senior has passed. He was the founder of Black Enterprise and a TITAN of industry. He didnt just talk the talk he walked it! Sharing his expertise and time to build economic wealth in our communities, helping and teaching black business how to grow and succeed. He leaves an amazing legacy. He is such an inspiration to me. If you dont know about this man, look him up! . . .earlgraves earlgravessr blackenterprise newafricadesigns

We lost a true great - his magazine, example and book "How to Succeed in Business" shined a light for me during my Wall Street days. He was a true gentleman, entrepreneur, visionary and advocate for his people. REST IN POWER spirit- we carry the torch! @earlbutchgraves Repost @blackdatabase (@get_repost) ・・・EarlGGravesSr , born January 9th, 1935 is a brilliant Black-American entrepreneur, publisher, businessman, philanthropist, and advocate of African-American businesses. A graduate of Morgan State University, he is the founder of Black Enterprise magazine and chairman of the media company Earl G. Graves, Ltd. He is the current Executive Director for Aetna & Executive Board member of the Boy Scouts of America. EarlGraves was born & raised in Brooklyn. After receiving a B.A. in economics from Morgan State University he served two years in the Army, followed by a 3 year stint as Senator Kennedy's administrative assistant. After Kennedy's assassination Graves entered the business arena, where he realized unprecedented success. __ Since founding BlackEnterpriseMagazine in 1970, EarlGraves has been one of the ten most outstanding minority businessmen in the country & received the National Award of Excellence in recognition of his achievements. BlackEnterprise Magazine is recognized as the definitive resource for African American business professionals, entrepreneurs & policy makers in the public & private sectors. __Graves is President & CEO of EarlGGraves , Ltd., which publishes Black Enterprise Magazine. He also serves as Chairman & CEO of Pepsi-Cola of Washington, D.C., L.P., the largest minority-controlled Pepsi-Cola franchise in the U.S. He is also a General Partner of Egoli Beverages, L.P., the Pepsi-Cola franchise bottler of South Africa. __ In 1999, he received the 84th NAACP Spingarn Medal, the highest achievement award for African Americans. He was named one of the Top 100 Business News Luminaries of the Century, and his book "How to Succeed in Business Without Being White" was listed among the New York Times Best Sellers. A staunch advocate of higher education, Graves is BlackExcellence.. Respectthatmansgreatness✊🏾 blackdatabase✊🏾

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