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Types of Cookies. Cookies may be session cookies, which are temporary cookies that expire or are erased when you close your browser. Cookies may also be persistent cookies that have an expiration date and therefore stay in your browser until they expire or you delete them.
We may use first party cookies on our Site, which are cookies placed by us to collect information about you or to personalize your experience on the Site.
Cookies Used. The following describes the cookies we may use on various portions of this Site and the purpose for which they are used. You can configure your browser settings to limit or exclude these cookies as described below.
|Cookie||Cookie Expiration||Cookie Description|
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|These cookies are performance cookies that are used to throttle request rates on our Site and distinguish new sessions and visitors. These cookies do not collect information that specifically identifies a visitor.
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