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[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."

EXAMPLE

The beginning of the end of nuclear weapons.

"You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons."

You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."

[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.
[INTRO] “After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”Location: NagasakiDistance from hypocenter: 3.3kmLearn more from Michiko Yagi [/INTRO] Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.

EXAMPLE 3

You're hungry.

“After the atomic bomb attack, my mother single-handedly raised me and my four siblings while teaching full-time at a local high school. We waited everyday for her to return from work and went ‘shopping’ – that is, visiting dilapidated farms and asking for a share of their crop in exchange for my mother’s cherished kimonos. We walked around half-starved for hours and hours, getting turned away from this farmer and that.”

Location: Nagasaki
Distance from hypocenter: 3.3km

Learn more from Michiko Yagi

Mysterious ailments take the life of your family members you thought would survive. You wonder if you are next, are your children? Decades later, you lose your children to radiation diseases. Cancer runs in the family, like a hereditary trait.

[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."
[INTRO] "You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons." [/INTRO] You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."

EXAMPLE 2

The beginning of the end of nuclear weapons.

"You take to the United Nations. You advocate for and negotiate the first internationally legally binding treaty banning nuclear weapons."

You accept the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize for your work with ICAN "to draw attention to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences of any use of nuclear weapons and for... ground-breaking efforts to achieve a treaty-based prohibition of such weapons."

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