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Vive La Fête – Nuit Blanche
Hier soir c’etait une fête
c’etait tellement fantastique
maintenant pour être honnête
c’est dur pour le physique
j’ai toujours le problème
je ne veux jamais arrêter
c’est magnifique quand-même
surtout pendant l’été
On a beaucoup des fêtes
avec des invités
ils ne pensent jamais’arrête’!
ils veulent toujours continuer
après c’est tellement grave
les gens, le regretter
c’est comme les marécages
lentement tu avances
Tous les jour des fêtes!
oui, c’est excentrique
je dis ‘vive la fête’!
pour être héroïque
Mais qu’est-ce que nous faisons?
tout le monde est fatigué
c’etait très amusant
et les gens, ils veulent rester
ils n’aiment pas le potage
ils n’aiment pas le café
ils ne pensent jamais ‘arrête’!
ils veulent toujours continuer
Après c’est tellement grave
les gens le regretter
c’est comme les marécages
lentement t’vas avancer
Et moi j’ai pris ma tête
dans mes mains, et j’ai pensé
pourquoi j’ai fait cette fête?
pour toutes des invitées
Tous les jour des fêtes!
oui, c’est excentrique
je dis ‘vive la fête’!
pour être héroïque
Tous les jour des fêtes!
oui, c’est excentrique
je dis ‘vive la fête’!
pour être héroïque
Tous les jour des fêtes!
je dis ‘vive la fête’!
je dis ‘vive la fête’!
je dis ‘vive la fête’!

Vocabulaire:

  • Hier: ayer
  • Fête: Fiesta
  • Nuit: Noche
  • Blanche: Blanca
  • Maintenant: Ahora
  • Honnête: Honesto
  • je ne veux jamais arrêter: No quiero detenerme jamás
  • ma tête: Mi cabeza
  • été: Verano
  • après: Después
  • héroïque: Heroico
  • Les gens: La gente
  • pour toutes des invitées: Para todos los invitados
  • excentrique: Excéntrico
  • je dis ‘vive la fête’!   Yo digo que viva la fiesta
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Dictionnaire de l’architecture française

 

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Architectes.medievaux

Quelques exemples de ce que vous verrez dans ce dictionnaire:

Arcature.cathedrale.Mans

Cathédrale du Mans (1). Dans cet exemple qui est du XIe siècle, la construction des maçonneries semble justifier l’emploi de l’arcature; les murs sont bâtis en blocages parementés en petits moellons cubiques comme certaines constructions gallo-romaines. L’arcature, par son appareil plus grand, la fermeté de ses pieds-droits monolithes, donne de la solidité à ce soubassement en le décorant, elle accompagne et couronne ce banc qui règne tout le long du bas côté. Le plus souvent même à cette époque, les arcatures sont supportées par des colonnettes isolées ornées de bases et de chapiteaux sculptés; nous choisirons comme exemple l’arcature des bas

Clef.archivolte.Puy.en.Velay

CLEF

s. f. Ce mot, appliqué aux ouvrages de maçonnerie, signifie le claveau qui ferme un arc, celui qui est posé sur la ligne verticale élevée du centre de cet arc. Il n’y a de clefs que pour les arcs plein-cintres; les arcs en tiers-point, étant formés de deux segments de cercle, n’ont que des sommiers et des claveaux; la clef, dans ce cas, est remplacée par un joint.

CLEF D’ARCHIVOLTE

Les Romains, et avant eux les Étrusques, décoraient souvent la clef des archivoltes de la manière la plus riche, principalement lorsque ces archivoltes surmontaient l’entrée d’un édifice ou la maîtresse baie d’un arc de triomphe. La clef, dans ce cas, était comme un signe indiquant un passage. Chacun connaît les clefs admirablement sculptées des arcs de Trajan, de Titus, de Septime-Sévère, de Constantin à Rome. Nous voyons des clefs sculptées au-dessus des entrées principales des arènes de Nîmes, ces entrées n’ayant aucun autre signe qui les distingue des autres arcades pourtournant l’édifice. Le moyen âge ne parait pas, même dans les premiers temps, avoir continué cette tradition; ses archivoltes présentent une suite de claveaux uniformes, et le plus souvent même les constructeurs négligent de réserver la place régulière donnée à la clef; un joint la remplace. Les archivoltes du cloître de la cathédrale du Puy-en-Vélay nous montrent, à l’extérieur, des clefs décorées de sculptures. Une partie de ce cloître date du Xe siècle, mais il fut presqu’entièrement rebâti au XIIe, et les derniers architectes conservèrent aux clefs des archivoltes ce genre de décoration probablement pour ne pas déranger l’harmonie de l’ensemble. Nous donnons ici (1) une de ces clefs représentant un animal à tête de femme. Bien que dans les arcs en tiers-point il n’y ait point de clef à proprement parler, cependant les architectes de l’époque gothique ont quelquefois terminé les archivoltes des portails d’églises par une clef, ou plutôt par deux contre-clefs prises dans une seule pierre, et sur laquelle ils ont sculpté une figure devant occuper une place d’honneur, comme le buste du Christ, par exemple, ou quelquefois, vers le XVe siècle, celui du Père Éternel.

Référence: 

Eugène Viollet-le-Duc. Dictionnaire raisonné de l’architecture française du XIe au XVIe siècle.

Basic Phrases (French)

Basic Phrases

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Basic Phrases5

The Princess Farmer

Prepositions

Simple Prepositions

Simple prepositions are nothing but prepositions that consist of one word and are very simple to understand. These prepositions are the most basic prepositions and are used frequently. Here is a list of such prepositions with examples.

About – I will tell you a story about a lion.
Above – The plane flies above the clouds.
Absent – Emma was absent yesterday.
Across – They walked across the field.
After – After lunch, I shall complete the remaining task.
Against – She joined the fight against poverty.
Along – All along the way, she did not speak a word.
Among – The profit was shared among the shareholders.
Around – Due to the snow, we turned around to return home.
As – Nobody can be as witty as Sheldon Cooper.
At – The land is at war with its neighbor.
Before – She had decided to quit before Christmas, but changed her plan.
Behind – The church is located behind the supermarket.
Below – The temperatures have dipped below freezing point.
Beneath – The water level is beneath the average level.
Beside – When we were in school, I used to sit beside her in class.
Besides – Besides maths, I am very fond of history.
Between – The profit was shared between the three of them.
Beyond – The play was beyond my expectations.
But – Everyone but her agreed with the arrangement.
By – A house by the sea is where you will find me after retirement.
Despite – Despite the snowfall, she decided to carry on with her journey.
Down – Jimmy lives down the street.
Except – Except her no one has any objections to the plan.
For – I jog for 10 miles every day.
From – She comes from Argentina.
Given – Given her affluence, she made the perfect candidate for the speech.
In – When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
Like – She looks like her father.
Minus – Ten minus eight equals two.
Near – They have bought a new home near the school.
Of – A friend of mine recommended the beautician to me.
Off – To regain her lost health, it is important, she stays off her fad diet programs.
On – There is an apple on the table.
Opposite – Her desk is located diagonally opposite my desk.
Out – Do not throw rubbish out of the window.
Over – Put the scarf over your head.
Past – She walked past me, but refused to acknowledge my presence.
Per – What was the per person cost incurred?
Plus – Eight plus six equals fourteen.
Sans – It was just like a movie, sans all the drama.
Since – She was waiting for him since ten in the morning.
Than – She likes tea more than coffee.
Through – I slept all through the day.
Till – She spent her birthday with him till the end.
Times – I was fooled into paying three times the original price.
To – I am going to Atlanta, before I head back home.
Towards – It started raining towards the evening.
Under – The road is under repair.
Underneath – She found her earring underneath the carpet.
Unlike – John is unlike his father.
Until – I did not get the documents until 5 pm.
Up – Walk straight up the tiny lane and you will see the church.
Up – I walked up the stairs to see the problem.
Versus – The last game was England versus France.
Via – I will go via Sydney.
With – She walked in with her new boyfriend.

Double Prepositions

Double prepositions are words, such as into, onto, within, etc., which are used as prepositions. They are two prepositions, but are joined to make a whole new one. These examples will make it easier for you.

Amid – The kids were lost amid the jungle.
Atop – The owl sat atop a banyan tree.
Inside – Inside the tough exterior, lies a gentle soul.
Into – As soon as she stepped into the room, there was pin-drop silence.
Onto – He always climbs onto the table.
Outside – Outside the house lies a beautiful garden.
Throughout – Throughout winter, she has been sick.
Upon – Once upon a time, there lived a king.
Up to – It is up to us to find a way out.
Within – She caters to customers within a radius of 5 miles.
Without – I never leave my house without an umbrella due to the uncertain weather.

 

Compound Prepositions

Compound prepositions are nothing but the use of two prepositions together to do the work of one. However, unlike double prepositions, compound prepositions are not joined and turned into one word. They remain two different words. Their use is mainly in idiomatic forms. Read through the examples below to understand them better.

According to – According to the rule book, peeping is allowed in this game.
Ahead of – He was always two steps ahead of his competitors.
Apart from – Apart from the dresses, Sara shopped for some shoes, too.
As for – As for the record, she did not sign in late.
As of – He cannot stay here as of now.
As per – As per her mother, she is a silent child.
Aside from – The mother pulled her child aside from the dirty dustbin.
Because of – He could not leave home because of the heavy rain.
Close to – She was never close to her parents.
Due to – I seldom step out due to the uncertain weather.
Except for – I love her attire, except for the chunky neckpiece.
Far from – Her behavior is far from normal.
Inside of – The inside of the auditorium is beautiful.
Instead of – Instead of standing by my side, he ran away.
Left of – All that is left of the meal is some salad.
Near to – There are beautiful weekend getaways near to New York.
Next to – Phoebe was sitting next to Joey.
Out from – She had been singled out from the event.
Out of – They persuade us to think out of the box.
Outside of – Nobody outside of this room should know about this plan.
Owing to – Owing to the bad weather, the trip was canceled.
Prior to – I never felt this way about anybody prior to you.
Rather than – I prefer leaving rather than waiting for an hour.
Regardless of – Regardless of her sentiments, he went on accusing her.
Right of  – The cat was lying on the rug right of Charlie.
Subsequent to – Subsequent to their arrival in France, they bought a new home.
Thanks to – She had a job now, all thanks to her brother.
That of – The surprise plan was that of her own.
Where as – Cats like to sleep, where as dogs like to play.

Phrasal Prepositions

Phrasal prepositions are a group of verbs, adverbs, and other words that function as a preposition. There can be many phrasal verbs. However, the ones that function as prepositions in grammar are called phrasal prepositions. These are some examples of phrasal prepositions.

As far as – He walked as far as he could.
As long as – As long as you do not change the meaning, you can rephrase the sentence.
As opposed to – Christina came out stronger as opposed to the others.
As soon as – As soon as they reached the house, the children jumped out of the car.
As well as – Abraham took his children as well as the neighboring kids to the circus.
In addition to – In addition to all the hurt, he sent her a terrifying hate mail, too.
In front of – We clicked a hundred pictures in front of the Statue of Liberty.
In reference to – This is in reference to the article in yesterday’s paper about child abuse.
In regard to – In regard to everything that has happened, I want my questions answered.
In spite of – They stood there in spite of the bitter cold.
On account of – On account of the processions, the mayor declared a holiday.
On top of – He believed in staying on top of things.
With regard to – Opinions have changed with regard to the idea of live-in relationships.
With the exception of – With the exception of Rachel, everybody had come to school.

Participial Prepositions

Participial prepositions are basically participles used as prepositions. A participle is a verb ending with ‘ed’ or ‘ing’. Thus, participles are words, such as concerning, observing, regarding, etc. The ones that are used as prepositions are called participial prepositions.

Concerning – He is always curious about anything concerning her.
Considering – Considering the circumstance, he did not punish the kids.
During – She works during the day and studies at night.
Excluding – Excluding her from the plan would just hurt her even more.
Following – Everywhere he went, the dog kept following him.
Including – The entire class was in a party mood including the teacher.
Regarding – The police were asking questions regarding Joseph’s behaviour.

Spider bodyparts

spider 1
SPIDERS ARE ARACHNIDS

Spiders belong to a group of animals called “arachnids”.  Scorpions, mites, and ticks are also part of the arachnid family.  Arachnids are creatures with two body segments, eight legs, no wings or antennae and are not able to chew. Many people think that spiders are insects but they are mistaken since insects have six legs and three main body parts.  Most insects have wings.

Arachnids belong to an even larger group of animals called “arthropods” which also include insects and crustaceans (lobster, crabs, shrimp, and barnacles).  This is the largest group in the animal kingdom! Approximately 80% of all animals are from this group…that would be over a million different species! There are more than 30 000 different species of spiders.

All spiders are predators and many will eat other spiders.  Scientists have found spiders in amber (Did you watch Jurassic Park?) that dates back to about 2 million years.  Because spider’s skeletons are quite small and fragile it is difficult to find whole fossilized spiders.
The most visible parts of the body of a spider are: the cephalothorax, the abdomen, and the legs. If you look it bit closer you will also see the chelicera, the palps, and the eyes.

Cephalothorax

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The body of spiders is divided in two major parts. The first (anterior) part of the body is called the cephalothorax.

Spiders are different from insects. The body of insects is divided in three major parts: head, thorax and abdomen. If we compare a spider with an insect, the cephalothorax is a combination of head and thorax.

The cephalothorax of spiders bears in front a pair of
chelicera and a pair of palps. It also bears 4 pairs of legs (total 8 legs), and on top a number of small eyes.

Spiders have no antennae and no wings.

Abdomen

spider 3
The abdomen is the posterior of the two body regions of a spider. On the tip of the abdomen we find the spinnerets. These are very small organs that produce silk for making webs. Often, spiders have 6 of these small spinnerets.

Legs

spider 4Spiders have 8 legs. This sets them apart from insects, which have only 6 legs. The legs are usually long and hairy. The hairs on their legs are used to pick up scents, sounds, vibrations and to detect air currents. Most spiders can move very fast, and some can also jump.

Chelicera

spider 5

At the front of the cephalothorax we find a pair of chelicera. These fan-like or claw-like appendages are mouthparts. In spiders these chelicera are hollow and contain venom glands (or they are connected to these glands). The spider uses them to inject poison into its prey.

Palpsspider_palps

Spiders have a pair of palps (or pedipalps) on the front of the cephalothorax. In male spiders, the ends of these palps are modified into complicated structures that are used for mating.

Eyes

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Spiders have a number of simple eyes on the cephalothorax. Most spiders have 8 eyes, but some species have 6, 4 or 2 eyes. Some even have no eyes at all.

Some even have no eyes at all to see what they’re eating or saving with Medifast coupons. But in reality, if these spiders were on a human diet like the Medifast plan they would be slim.

araña para colorear

Adivinanzas

No es león y tiene garra,
no es pato y tiene pata.

 

 

 

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UN DÍA EN EL ZOO

Mono

Ayer estuve en el zoo

con mi tía Leonor

y vimos a los monos

que estaban haciendo el bobo.

¡Qué saltos, qué empujones, qué algarabía!

¡Qué brincos, qué gritos los que allí se oían!

Agarrado a un barrote

un mono nos miraba

con la mano en el cogote.

Luego empezó a bajar

y una vez que estuvo abajo

extendió el brazo

para poderme tocar.

Por dar al mono ese capricho

mi mano hacia él extendí.

Mas mi tía decía tirando de mí:

¡Jesús, qué bicho, Jesús, qué bicho!

Ayer estuve en el zoo

y vi al elefante

moviendo las orejas

atrás y adelante.

elefante

Parecía que bailaba,

pues todo él se meneaba

con ritmo elegante

alargando la trompa a los visitantes.

Ayer estuve en el zoo

y me divertí un montón.

Sólo me fui a la hora de cenar

de la mano de mi tía que decía sin cesar:

¡Jesús, qué bicho, Jesús, qué bicho!

PRUEBA DE COMPRENSIÓN

¿Qué hacían los monos?

a) El payaso.

b) El saltarín.

c) El bobo.


¿Dónde tenía la mano el mono que les miraba?

a) En el cogote.

b) En la barbilla.

c) En la tripa.


El elefante parecía que…

a) Saltaba.

b) Dormía.   

c) Bailaba.


¿A qué hora me fui a casa?

a) A la hora de dormir.

b) A la hora de cenar. 

c) A la hora de merendar.

Entrevista en Azul

Entrevista en Azul: Un acercamiento a Jan De Lassen

Revista Siesta. Junio 2000 Año I. Nº 4

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Conditional Exercises

Conditional Exercise 1

If / When

1. ______________ I am late to work, my boss gets very angry. That is why I am always on time.

2. ______________ I leave work, I usually go to the fitness center to work out.

3. ______________ he eats, he tries to choose healthy foods.

4. His car is very reliable, and he rarely has any trouble with it. But he has had a couple of difficulties in the past. ______________ his car breaks down or he has any problems, he calls the auto club.

5. His car is terrible! It always breaks down. ______________ his car breaks down or he has any problems, he calls the auto club.

6. Mary gets six weeks paid vacation a year. She loves to travel. ______________ she goes on vacation, she always goes somewhere exotic.

7. Diane works harder than anyone I know. I don’t think she has taken a day off in three years. But she does really love to travel. ______________ she goes on vacation, she goes somewhere exotic.

8. He loves going to the movies. ______________ he goes to the movies, he always gets a large popcorn with tons of butter.

9. She hates TV. She thinks television is a waste of time. ______________ she watches any television at all, it is usually a documentary or a news program.

10. My friend always keeps in touch by mail. ______________ I get a letter, I usually write back immediately.

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Conditional Exercise 2

Did you hear about that guy who won 180 million dollars in the lottery? If I (win) ________ that much money, I (quit)  ________  my job the next day. I (travel)  ________  around the world and (stay)  ________  in the most luxurious hotels. If I (want)  ________  anything, I (buy)  ________ it. If I (see)  ________  a beautiful Mercedes that I wanted, I (buy)  ________  it. If I wanted to stay in a beautiful hotel and the hotel (be)  ________ full, I (buy)  ________  the hotel and make them give me a room. I (can)  ________  do anything in the world if I had 180 million dollars … Oh, I am starting to sound a little materialistic… Well… I (do)  ________  good things with the money as well. If anybody (need)  ________  help, I (give)  ________  them some money to help them out. I (donate)  ________  money to charities. I (give)  ________  money to help support the arts. If I (win)  ________  that much money, I wouldn’t keep it all for myself. I (help)  ________  as many people as possible.

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Conditional Exercise 3

Michael: Sharon, I am having some problems at work, and I was wondering if you might be able to give me some advice.

Sharon: Sure, what’s the problem?

Michael: The computer sales business is more difficult than I thought. When customers (come)  ________   in to look at the new computer models, they often (ask)  ________   me which model they should buy. If they (ask)  ________   me to suggest a model, I (be)  ________   usually quite honest with them. Most computer users don’t need a very advanced computer; they just need a basic model which they can use for word-processing, bookkeeping and Internet access. If I am honest and I (recommend)  ________   one of the cheaper models, my boss (get)  ________   angry at me. He always says that a good salesperson can convince a customer to buy one of the more expensive advanced models. I don’t really feel comfortable doing that. What would you do in my situation? Isn’t it wrong to make them buy something which they don’t need?

Sharon: I think you should help your customers make an intelligent decision. If I (be)  ________   you, I (educate)  ________   the customers. I (teach)  ________   them how to make a good decision by themselves. I (make, not)  ________   the decision for them. When a customer (ask)  ________   a question, answer it honestly. You don’t need to lie to the customer, and you don’t need to make the decision for them.

Michael: When I (sell)  ________   an inexpensive computer to a customer, my boss (complain)  ________   that I am not trying hard enough. What would you tell him?

Sharon: If I (be)  ________   in your situation, I (tell)  ________   him that I wasn’t comfortable forcing customers to buy products which they don’t need. Tell him that you don’t want to lie to honest people, and that you want to provide them with good service. Remind him that when customers (get)  ________   good service, they (return)  ________   to a store and spend more money.

Michael: I think that’s a great idea. He (might)  ________   change his mind if I said that to him. Maybe he (realize)  ________   that good service is the most important thing to consumers. And, of course, I (feel)  ________   much more comfortable if I (be)  ________   able to be honest with the customers. Thanks for your advice.

___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Conditional Exercise 4

After I graduated from university, I applied for a marketing position with a prominent bank with branches all over the world. I didn’t get the job because they wanted someone who spoke Spanish fluently. I (could, take)  ________    Spanish in high school, but I didn’t. I took an acting class instead. If I (take)  ________    Spanish, I (get)  ________    the job. Just imagine, if I had actually gotten the job, I (move)  ________    to Spain. My entire life (could, go)  ________    in a totally different direction. If I had accepted the job and moved to Spain, I (might, meet)  ________    a Spanish woman and (get)  ________    married. If that had actually happened, I probably (stay)  ________    in Spain. We (might, have)  ________    children. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the job and I didn’t go to Spain. I got a boring job and I live alone. If I had just taken Spanish, my life (be)  ________    much more interesting.

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Conditional Exercise 5

 

1. If I (have)  ________     enough money, I (backpack)  ________     around Europe. But, unfortunately, I am broke.

2. If I (have)  ________     enough money in my twenties, I (backpack)  ________     around Europe. But, unfortunately, I was broke.

3. She would have been here earlier if she (miss, not)  ________     the train.

4. Thank you for helping me study. If you hadn’t tutored me, I (fail)  ________     the test.

5. If I exercised more, I (be)  ________     much more fit and I (have, not)  ________     so many health problems.

6. It’s too bad Frank isn’t with us. If he (be)  ________     here, he (can, translate)  ________     the letter for us.

7. Stop asking me what Joe bought you for your birthday. Even if I (know)  ________     what he bought you, I (tell, not)  ________     you.

8. My business trip to California was only two days. If the trip (be)  ________     longer, I (visit)  ________     my friends in Los Angeles.

9. I’m sorry, I didn’t know you were allergic to chocolate. If I (know)  ________    , I (make)  ________     you a vanilla birthday cake.

10. Did you hear that Margaret won $2,000 in Las Vegas, and she used the money to buy a new washing machine and dryer? How boring! If I (win)  ________     that much money, I (go)  ________     to Tahiti for a couple of weeks.

11. Sally’s alarm didn’t go off, and she was almost late to the interview. If she (arrive)  ________     late, she (might, not, get)  ________     the job.

12. Jane is polite and well mannered. She (say, never)  ________     anything rude or insulting. That is just the kind of person she is.

13. Martha said that Paul called Nick a jerk at the party. I don’t believe that! Paul is polite and well mannered. He (say, never)  ________    anything rude or insulting like that.

14. Penny’s baby daughter almost drank some of the furniture polish which was sitting on the coffee table. If she (drink, actually)  ________     the polish, she (could, get)  ________     sick or even died.

15. If I (can, go)  ________     anywhere in the world, I (go)  ________     to Egypt to see the pyramids.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Conditional Exercise 6

Top of Form

I am not sure what I am going to do when I (graduate)   ________   , but I do know I want to travel. I am probably going to work at my father’s restaurant for a few months during the summer. When I (have)   ________    enough money, I (go)   ________    to Europe to visit some friends I met while studying.

I have always wanted to visit Europe. I especially want to visit Sweden. If I (get)   ________    to go to Sweden, I (stay)   ________    with my friend Gustav. His family has a house on an island in a lake near Stockholm. I am sure we (spend)   ________    a few days on the island if weather conditions (allow)   ________   .

I am not sure what other countries I will visit. If it (be)   ________    not too expensive, I (spend)   ________    a couple of days in Paris sightseeing. If I (go)   ________    to Paris, I (climb)   ________    the Eiffel Tower, (take)   ________    a boat tour of the Seine, and (photograph)   ________    daily life in the Latin Quarter.

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