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|NID||Persistent||6 Months||NID is a Google Cookie, used to store your most recent searches on the site. It helps the site show results according to your preferences. This cookie does not store any visitor information.|
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|_ga||Persistent||2 Years||A Google Analytics Cookie which is used to identify unique visitors. It expires after 2 years. This allows us to see where our users come from, which pages they visit, if they make repeat visits etc.It does not personally identify you. If you disable this cookie, you will not be recognised when you return. The site will treat you as a new visitor.|
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