Bryan Spillane – Bank of America: So, the geographic mix would be more negative going through the back half, the rest of the year, is that…?
Gary P. Fayard – EVP and CFO: Yes, that’s exactly right. Think about North America actually. I would expect North America – actually in the first quarter of this year North America’s operating income on a recurring kind of comparable basis was down 3% and it’s down 3% primarily because of two fewer selling days. So, if you adjusted for those selling days, it would have been positive. But I’d expect North America to actually improve versus where they were, that minus 3%; but as they improve because it’s a finished products business, it’s going to have negative gross margin impact and be reduced leverage.
Bryan Spillane – Bank of America: So, more growth from lower margin geographies going forward, and that’s what will affect sort of that margin impact?
Muhtar Kent – Chairman and CEO: Yes. That is what I was trying to say more in code in the prepared remarks. We normally don’t think North America, but that’s what it was.
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