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Cambodia gained independence from France on 9 November 1953 and has controlled Angkor Wat since then. From the colonial period onwards, until the site was nominated a UNESCO World Heritage in 1992, the temple of Angkor Wat was instrumental in the formation of the modern and gradually globalised concept of built cultural heritage.[31]

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The temple is a symbol of Cambodia and is a source of national pride that has factored into Cambodia's diplomatic relations with France, the United States, and its neighbour Thailand. A depiction of Angkor Wat has been a part of Cambodian national flags since the introduction of the first version circa 1863.[33] From a larger historical and transcultural perspective, however, the temple of Angkor Wat did not become a symbol of national pride sui generis but had been inscribed into a larger politico-cultural process of French-colonial heritage production in which the original temple site was presented in French colonial and universal exhibitions in Paris and Marseille between 1889 and 1937.[34]

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The Picture component will allow any picture resource to display in the Picture component. Example p0.pic=3. It is important that the picture resource matches the user defined size in .w and .h or the picture resource will over draw the picture component boundaries, or incorrectly insert adjoining data. The Picture component is useful to represent multi-states and animation sequences. Note: when you want a background picture to a Page, do not create a full screen sized Picture component over top the .sta solid color page: This will likely result in flickering on redrawing. Rather, set the page to .sta image and set the now exposed .pic attribute to the desired Picture Resource image. In this manner you achieve a page background image without the background being the cause of flicker.

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GMovMaker is a new tool for assisting in creating animations. Ensure that your resources are of uniform size. GmovMaker will create the sequence of images (frames) in the order you create and render your frames with the timing set for each frame (default of 100ms). Frame timing can be set between 30ms and 65000ms. The generated .gmov resource can then be added to your Nextion project as a single resource making your animations easy. GmovMaker will accept *.bmp, *.gif, *.jpg and *.png source files.

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Cancer is a systemic disease, and prolonged inflammation is a hallmark of cancer1. Whether this inflammation initiates tumorigenesis or supports tumour growth is context dependent, but ultimately the global immune landscape beyond the tumour becomes significantly altered during tumour progression. Over the last decade, targeting the immune system with immunotherapy has revolutionized cancer therapy. Modulation of the existing patient immune system through immune checkpoint inhibitors (ICIs) such as anti-CTLA4, anti-PD1 and anti-PDL1 has led to durable remissions across a wide variety of different tumour types. Moreover, infusion of expanded autologous tumour-specific T cells or chimeric antigen receptor T cells has proven effective in patients with leukaemia. Despite these successes, immunotherapy remains ineffective for most patients with cancer2,3. To date, most immunotherapies have largely been used in patients with advanced cancers, and therefore the response rate in less advanced disease remains to be fully determined. Further progress towards more broadly effective immunotherapeutic strategies requires a deeper understanding of the immunological relationships between tumours and their hosts across the body.

Altogether, these data strongly support the notion that systemic corruption of immune organization occurs across diverse tumour types (Fig. 1; Table 1). Further work is needed to fully characterize the distinct types of immune states in patients with cancer and the associations of these types of immune states with the tumour tissue of origin, stage of development and patient demographics in order to inform therapeutic development and future mechanistic studies of the causes of systemic disruptions. It is also critical to understand why systemic immune changes are quite dramatic in some contexts yet subtle in others. 041b061a72

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