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浙江五院网上咨询热线浙江省金华第二人民医院割双眼皮手术多少钱探索世界奥秘之Life Story(生命物语) 10It is incredible, and it is incredibly hard to believe too, because although we've changed so much, we don't actually see any of those changes happening. Generation after generation, we just look the same. The problem is one of time. The periods over which even tiny changes happen are so long that almost beyond our imagination. But to make sense of those time periods, to see them in some perspective, I've brought you here to a cave deep in the French Pyrenees. In the middle of the last century, a bookseller from a nearby town of Tuluz, used to visit this cave. And as a hobby, he dug around for bones and evidence of prehistoric remains. And he did this for some 40 years. And then late in the afternoon, on June the 11th, 1905, having been digging all day, he prepared to go but chose to go by a different route. And as he left, he was passing this wall and something caught his eye. He lifted up his lamp and this is what he saw--stencils of human hands from nearly 30,000 years ago. They are amongst the oldest images made by human beings on the planet. They are 6 times older than the Pyramids in Egypt and 8 times older than Stonehenge. Quite what they signified to the people who made them, no one knows. They were a Stone Age people and they came here at the coldest part of a last Ice Age. And over here are the most interesting images of all. It is thought that these stencils here were made by someone no bigger than a toddler, a child in a primitive world, the son or daughter of somebody who you would think of as a caveman. And yet if I had taken such a child and brought it up as a baby in my own house, it would be indistinguishable from one of my own children. Because by the time these people pressed their hands against these walls, all the changes which make us what we are had aly happened. The evolution of the human body was, to all intents and purposes, complete. If this child were to be raised with my own children, it would look the same, it would talk the same, it would play the same computer games, and it would grow up wanting to be a doctor, a footballer, or maybe even an astronaut.words and expressionsPyrenees: 比利牛斯山脉:欧洲西南部山脉,从比斯开湾沿着法国与西班牙边境,到地中海在皮科·德·皮妮特,它高达3,406·2米(11,168英尺)stencil:The lettering or design produced with such a sheet.图案,文字:用模板或蜡纸复制出的字形或图案toddler:One who toddles, especially a young child learning to walk.蹒跚行走的人:一个蹒跚行走的人,尤指一个刚学习走路的幼儿indistinguishable:(常与from连用)不能区别的;不能辨别的"The synthetic material is indistinguishable from real silk, but much cheaper.""这种合成衣料与真丝难以区别,但便宜得多。"to all intents and purposes:实际上200707/16010永康市红十字会医院做抽脂手术多少钱 US Says Verification Key to North Korea Nuclear Deal希尔:朝鲜半岛无核化核实最关键   The leading U.S. diplomat conducting talks with North Korea and its neighbors on the nation's nuclear program says verification will be the most important aspect of the effort to remove nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula. Assistant Secretary of State Christopher Hill made the remarks during a speech in Washington.  美国负责北韩核项目问题谈判的首席代表、助理国务卿希尔说,在实现朝鲜半岛无核化的努力中,核实是最重要的环节。希尔在华盛顿发表演讲时作出上述表示。Last week North Korea submitted a long-awaited document that listed its nuclear holdings. North Korean officials also demolished the cooling tower at the country's Yongbyon nuclear reactor. 北韩上个星期提交了等待已久的北韩核项目清单。另外,北韩还炸毁了宁边核设施的冷却塔。The moves are viewed as key steps to ending the nation's nuclear weapons program, a long sought goal of the ed States and North Korea's neighbors. 这些举措被视为结束北韩核武器项目的重要步骤,这也是美国和北韩的邻国长期以来希望达到的目标。Ambassador Hill, the leading U.S. diplomat to the six-party talks, says the ultimate goal of the negotiations is clear. 美国六方会谈首席谈判代表希尔说,谈判的最终目标很明确。"We have to have complete denuclearization," he said. "We have to make sure there is no stone left unturned. We have to make sure there is no clandestine uranium enrichment program that is somehow undeclared and unexcavated." 他说:“我们必须实现完全无核化。我们必须确保没有任何遗漏。我们必须确保北韩没有保留秘密的浓缩铀项目、没有宣布或是没有发现的项目。”China, Russia, Japan, the ed States and South Korea have promised Pyongyang energy, financial and diplomatic benefits in exchange for actions leading to an end to its nuclear weapons capabilities. 中国、俄罗斯、日本、美国和韩国向北韩承诺提供能源、金融援助以及外交上好处来换取北韩采取行动摧毁自己的核武器生产能力。Following the nuclear declaration, President Bush announced he is y to lift some trade sanctions against North Korea and is rescinding the country's designation as a state sponsor of terrorism. 在北韩提交核项目清单后,美国总统布什宣布,他准备解除对北韩的部分贸易制裁,并把北韩从持恐怖主义国家的名单上去除。The next major step is verifying that North Korea has made a full disclosure of its nuclear facilities. 下一个步骤是核实北韩确实已经提交所有核设施的清单。"Verification is absolutely key to this whole process," said Hill. "People often say how can you trust them? This has nothing to do with trust. This has everything to do with verification." 希尔说:“核实绝对是整个进程的关键。人们经常要问,你们怎么能相信他们?这和信任没有任何关系。一切都要经过核实。”The six nations involved in talks with North Korea are expected to meet later this month to discuss the verification process. 参加北韩核问题谈判的六个国家定于这个月晚些时候开会讨论核实工作。Hill says the long, drawn-out diplomatic discussions are critical to establishing a nuclear-free Korean peninsula.  希尔说,这些漫长的谈判磋商对确保朝鲜半岛无核化非常重要。"At the end of the day the issue of North Korea's aspirations for nuclear weapons is an issue rooted in the region, an issue that can not be solved by the U.S. alone, an issue that really needs the active engagement of its neighbors," he said.  他说:“归根结底,北韩打算生产核武器的野心是这个地区的问题,不是美国可以单独解决的问题。这个问题的确需要北韩的所有邻国积极参与。”Pyongyang's declaration came six months after it was promised and some critics say it falls short of a complete statement once sought by the Bush administration that was to include an admission of proliferation activities with Syria and other countries. 早在六个月前,平壤就承诺要申报核项目清单。一些分解人士说,北韩这次递交的清单并没有完全达到布什政府曾经提出的全面申报的要求。布什政府要求北韩在申报中承认向叙利亚和其它国家进行过核扩散活动。The list of nuclear facilities does not include the number of atomic bombs North Korea has aly made. 这份核设施清单并没有包括北韩已经制造的核武器数量。"The main thing I take from Ambassador Hill's comments is that this is a problem that is going to be left to the successor of President Bush," said Jon Wolfsthal, a nuclear proliferation expert at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. "It is clear that the verification, the actual denuclearization of North Korea is not going to happen under President Bush's watch." 美国战略与国际研究所的核扩散专家沃尔夫斯塔尔说:“从希尔的谈话中,我感受到的重要一点就是,这个问题要留给布什的继任者解决。很清楚的一点就是,核实工作和朝鲜半岛真正实现无核化不会在布什任内发生。”North Korea's declaration clears the way for more international assistance, specifically food and fuel, which are in short supply in the isolated, communist country. 北韩申报核清单为北韩得到更多的国际援助,特别是食品和燃油援助扫清了道路。在这个孤立的共产党国家,食品和燃油供应严重不足。200807/43201Global Interest Rate Cuts Steady Asia Markets全球央行联手救市亚洲股市趋平稳 Asia's stock markets are calming down after days of heavy selling. Economists and market analysts say coordinated interest rate cuts in the ed States and other countries helped steady investor nerves. But many people in the region are concerned the global economic crisis is going to hurt their livelihoods.亚洲股市经过连日股票抛售后星期四相对平稳。经济学家和市场分析人士说,美国和其他国家协调削减利率,帮助提升了投资者的信心,但该地区很多人仍担心全球经济危机会损害他们的生计。Interest rates cuts by central banks in South Korea, Hong Kong and Taiwan on Thursday followed cuts in the ed States, Europe and China overnight.韩国、香港和台湾的中央星期四步美国、欧洲和中国的后尘开始削减利率。Anusorn Buranankanonda, managing director of BT Asset Management in Thailand, says the cuts had a calming effect. 泰国BT资产管理公司的总经理布兰南卡农达说,削减利率起到了镇定作用。"The markets are still very skeptical about what the real impact is going to be, but at least from the psychological viewpoint this rate cut has aly improved some sentiment," Anusorn said. "Most markets were panicked yesterday; although there was some selling pressure but the pressure was not as intense as yesterday." “市场对削减利率真正能有多大影响仍持怀疑态度,但至少在心理上起到了安抚人们的作用。昨天,大多数市场出现恐慌,虽然受到抛售的压力,但压力不象星期二那么大。”On Thursday, the panic selling seen for most of the week eased. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index gained more than three percent, and Seoul's Kospi was up more than half a percent. Other markets saw losses, but they were far milder than on Wednesday. In Tokyo, the Nikkei average lost just half a percent, after plunging nine percent a day earlier.结果,本周内出现的恐慌抛售局面有所缓解。香港恒生指数星期四上涨百分之3以上,韩国股票指数上扬超过半个百分点,其它股市则出现下跌,但是比星期三的跌幅小得多。在东京,日经指数一天前猛跌了百分之9后,星期四下滑仅半个百分点。Around the world, central bank chiefs and finance ministers have struggled for weeks to stem the credit crisis and soothe shaky financial markets. Even China's communist-run government joined the effort.全球各国中央行长和财政部长几个星期以来一直在艰难地遏止信贷危机,并安抚动荡不安的金融市场,甚至连中国政府也加入到国际协调行动中来。Gang, a spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry, explained Thursday what Beijing is doing. 中国外交部发言人秦刚解释北京的行动说:Qin says that in facing this international financial crisis, the Chinese government has stated its position on many occasions, that the international community should maintain confidence, work together, to overcome this difficulty. He says the central bank and other Chinese authorities are keeping close communication and contact with other countries' authorities. “国际金融危机面前,中国政府已经多次表明了我们的态度,那就是,国际社会应该保持信心,加强合作,共同妥善地来予以应对。包括中国中央等有关机构在内的政府部门都在和其它国家的有关机构保持著密切联系和沟通。”Economists say that despite efforts to avoid a financial meltdown, the global economy is likely to slow in the months ahead, especially in the U.S. and Europe. 经济学家们表示,尽管采取了避免金融灾难的努力,但是全球经济今后几个月有可能放缓,特别是在美国和欧洲地区。In Asia, workers and business owners are worried. 在亚洲,一些工人和企业主对此忧心忡忡。Chittiprapa sells shirts in a Bangkok street market, a business that is heavily dependent on tourists from Europe and the U.S. 基蒂普拉帕在曼谷街市上销售衣,这个生意非常依赖来自欧洲和美国的游客。"Now America there is a problem; I think not more tourists come to Thailand," Chittiprapa said. "About the next two to three months the problem more than this, not more tourists come to Thailand. I think now everyone, everywhere will have a problem." 他说:“我认为,由于美国现在出现了问题,所以不会有很多游客来泰国了。今后2、3个月,情况还会更加严重。现在,无论在什么地方,大家都面临问题。”The International Monetary Fund earlier this week cut its global growth outlook to 3.9 percent for 2008 - the lowest in six years and bordering on what the IMF considers potential recession levels.这个星期早些时候,国际货币基金组织把2008年全球经济增幅的预期下调为百分之3.9,这是6年来的最低点,已经接近于国际货币基金组织认为是可能的经济衰退水平。200810/52438金华溶脂隆胸哪家医院好

武义县纹眼线手术多少钱国家地理:Reindeer Man圣诞老人和他的驯鹿There's a Santa's carrier.For Tom Scheib, today is one of those days he spends most of the year preparing for.Let's just put the harness out right here.This is his time to make any last-minute adjustments and see that his team is in good spirit and y for their performance.Hi, Elli, how are you doing? Good boy. Haha. I know it's close to time.Everything has to be perfect. Because tonight for the people of Rice Lake, Wisconsin, the magic of the holiday season rests on the shoulders of Tom's reindeer and the very important sleigh they're pulling. The kids, they give wide eyes. The adults are wondering what you got pulling Santa Claus, you know. It's a, it's a really fun time.The road to Rice Lake begins here on Tom's dancing reindeer farm in Milltown, Wisconsin. This is a great job.It all started back in 1985 when this 23-year Marine Corps veteran was looking for a unique way to spend his retirement.Very few people in the ed States have reindeer and I, kinda do things that are a little different as you've seen. Stop, now.What he found is a passion that's grown into one of the largest reindeer farms in North America.Hi, Rudy, oh, yeah, boy, my little old guy, uh.Unlike some farms that raise reindeer as livestock, his animals are specially trained to be entertainers. Hi, kids.Not only are they the toast of many holiday festivals and parades, they've also made appearances in movies and on TV. OK, Noah, you are not half the good, you are not half the you. It used to mean I'm gonna get standing up here for early close to you, Noah.And training reindeer is no easy task. Tom and his wife Lisa work with the animals for weeks before every event to make sure they are y to take center stage.We are picking for these reindeer and running rehearsal, training session before the parades that we do for the Christmas season.And like every great performance, practice makes perfect.Come on, let's go.And sometimes it's a little bit rock, but we'll try to take a lot of the ...Here at home. So that we give Santa a pretty smooth ride.Ya, ya, let's go, let's go.For Tom, it's not just a working relationship. Put your right foot front, you take your left foot back. You do the whole people skiing. Turn it over.Tom feels lucky to be able to share the spotlight with his amazing animals.I don't go because it's me. I go because of these guys. They are the ones that make it all happen, you know, those are the guys that do it.Back in Rice Lake, the star of the show is safely onboard.Ready, Santa?Elli, let's go.It's full speed ahead. For Tom, the spirit of the season is found in the joy his reindeer bring to so many people. It's his holiday gift to share with the world.Merry Christmas.You know they are really making me happy. It's a wonderful experience. You get to meet great people. And that's what it's all about.Wordsharness : A harness is a set of leather straps and metal links fastened round a horse's head or body so that the horse can have a carriage, cart, or plough fastened to it. 200708/16999金华浦江纹眼线手术多少钱 Obama Rejects 'False Political Attack' by Bush in Israel奥巴马指责布什发动虚假政治攻击 Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has accused U.S. President George Bush of launching what he termed "a false political attack" on him. Mr. Obama was reacting to comments Mr. Bush made in Israel about appeasing dictators. The White House denies that the president's comment was directed at Senator Obama, but the remarks have created a political storm among Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill. 民主党总统候选人巴拉克.奥巴马指责美国总统布什对他发动了他所谓的“虚假的政治攻击”。他是针对布什在以色列发表的有关姑息独裁者的做出反应的。白宫否认布什总统的是针对奥巴马参议员。Speaking to Israel's parliament Thursday, President Bush strongly rejected the idea of negotiating with foreign leaders or radicals that are considered enemies of the ed States. 布什总统在以色列议会强烈反对与被认为是美国敌人的外国领导人和激进份子举行谈判。"Some seem to believe that we should negotiate with the terrorists and radicals, as if some ingenious argument will persuade them they have been wrong all along," said President Bush. "We have heard this foolish delusion before. As Nazi tanks crossed into Poland in 1939, an American senator declared: 'Lord, if I could only have talked to Hitler, all this might have been avoided.' We have an obligation to call this what it is - the false comfort of appeasement, which has been repeatedly discredited by history." 布什说:“有些人认为,我们应该与恐怖分子和极端分子谈判,似乎用一些巧妙的辩解就能够让他们承认自己是一贯错误的。我们以前曾经听到过这类愚蠢的幻想。当纳粹坦克1939年越境进入波兰的时候,一位美国参议员宣称: ‘主啊,如果我当时能够和希特勒谈一次话,这一切本来都是可以避免的。’我们有责任指出真相以正视听。这种自欺欺人的、貌似有理的绥靖政策已经一再被历史明其荒谬之处。”President Bush did not mention any names, but a number of prominent Democratic leaders perceived the remark as a veiled attack on Senator Obama, who has said if he was president he would be willing to negotiate with Iranian leaders if they would end their nuclear weapons program and support for terrorists. 布什总统没有提到任何人的名字,但有些人认为这些是不点名地批评了正在竞选美国总统的参议员奥巴马。 Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said the president's comments were beneath the dignity of the office. Democratic Senator Carl Levin also responded. 美国众议院议长佩洛西表示,总统的有失白宫的尊严。"For him to use purple prose such as somebody is appeasing, it seems to me is totally inappropriate," said Senator Levin. "And if there was any effort to suggest that the difference over how to fight terrorism amounts to anything other than a difference over tactics rather than a difference over goals, is way out of place, wrong inappropriate, and I would hope that that is not what he said." 民主党参议员卡尔列文作出回应说:“他用夸张的文学语言说有人主张绥靖,在我看来,这是完全不适当的。我们在如何打击恐怖主义方面的差异仅仅在于采取战略的不同,而不是目标的不同,如果布什总统的话意图超出这个范畴,那他就是完全乱了方向,错误而不当,我希望他没有说这样的话。” Senator Obama issued a statement saying "the president's extraordinary politicization of foreign policy and the politics of fear do nothing to secure the American people or our stalwart ally Israel." 参议员奥巴马发表声明对布什总统的作出回应。他在声明中说:“布什总统把外交政策以及恐惧政策极度政治化并不能向美国人民或者我们的坚定盟友以色列提供安全。” Senator John Kerry, who lost the 2004 presidential election to President Bush, said if the president believes engagement with Iran is appeasement, he should demand the resignation of members of his own cabinet, since Secretary Gates and Secretary Rice have both favored negotiations with Iran. Obama has said that a complete refusal to meet with those leaders who are at odds with the ed States does not help solve diplomatic problems. 奥巴马曾经说,断然拒绝与美国对立的国家领导人会面无助于解决外交难题。 White House spokeswoman Dana Perino told reporters in Israel that Mr. Bush's comment was not a reference to Senator Obama, and said the speech was not about 2008 politics.  白宫女发言人佩雷诺对记者说,布什总统在以色列发表的意见所指并非参议员奥巴马。她说,布什总统的讲话并不是关于2008年的政治。 The rhetorical clash comes just hours after Obama picked up a long-awaited endorsement from his one time Democratic rival for the nomination, former Senator John Edwards. The endorsement aly seems to be paying off for Senator Obama, who has picked up four of the former senator's 19 delegates and the endorsement of the ed Steelworkers Union, which had formally supported Edwards. 在发生这场言词冲突的几个小时之前,奥巴马从前参议员约翰.爱德华兹那里获得了期待已久的持。爱德华兹曾是竞争民主党总统候选人提名的对手。爱德华兹宣布持奥巴马有利于加强奥巴马的优势地位。奥巴马获得了这位爱德华兹原来获得的19张党内代表人票当中的四张,他还获得美国联合钢铁工会的持。联合钢铁工会本来持爱德华兹。 200805/39104磐安县去眼袋手术多少钱

义乌市妇幼保健院是正规医院吗Obama Urges Iran to Accept EU Nuclear Proposals奥巴马与萨尔科奇巴黎会晤   U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama has called on Iran to accept a European proposal to halt its nuclear activities. Obama, who has been meeting in Paris with French President Nicolas Sarkozy, called the standoff with Iran extremely serious. 美国总统候选人奥巴马呼吁伊朗接受欧洲的提议,停止浓缩铀工作。奥巴马在巴黎与法国总统萨尔科齐举行了会晤。他声称与伊朗的僵局是非常严重的问题。Barack Obama's remarks came as he is winding up a world tour that has taken him to Afghanistan, the Middle East and Germany. He spoke at a joint news conference with President Sarkozy in Paris, following talks between the two that touched on Afghanistan, Iraq and climate change, among other issues. 奥巴马在即将结束这次出国访问时发表了这番讲话。他这次访问的国家和地区包括阿富汗、中东和德国。他在巴黎与萨尔科齐举行联合记者会时发表了谈话。他同萨尔科齐的会谈涉及阿富汗、伊拉克以及气候变化等问题。On Iran, Obama said the international community must send a clear message to Tehran regarding its nuclear program, which the Iranian government insists is for purely peaceful purposes. He urged Iran to accept proposals to freeze its uranium enrichment program, which the U.S. and European Union fear is part of a secret effort to build nuclear weapons. 奥巴马在谈到伊朗时说,国际社会必须就伊朗的核项目向伊朗当局发出明确信息。伊朗政府坚持说,伊朗的核项目是用于和平目的。奥巴马敦促伊朗接受要求伊朗冻结浓缩铀项目的提议,美国和欧盟担心这一项目是制造核武器的秘密程序之一。"My expectation is that we're going to present a clear choice to Iran: change your behavior and you will be fully integrated into the international community with all the benefits that go with that. Continue your illicit nuclear program and the international community as a whole will ratchet up pressure with stronger and increased sanctions. And we should have no illusion that progress will come easily," he said. 奥巴马说:“我期望我们给伊朗明确的选择:如果伊朗改变所作所为,就将完全融入国际社会,并因此得到所有的好处。如果继续进行违禁的核项目,那么整个国际社会将以更强硬、范围更大的制裁来施加压力。任何进展都不会轻而易举,我们不应抱有任何幻想。”Iran has been given two weeks to answer to a demand by world powers that it suspend its uranium enrichment activities following a meeting in Geneva last weekend. 在上个周末在日内瓦举行会谈之后,世界各大国给伊朗两个星期的时间来对要求伊朗停止浓缩铀活动的提议作出答复。Obama also said again that Afghanistan was a war the international community had to win. 奥巴马再一次表示,国际社会必须打赢阿富汗战争。The democratic presidential hopeful has been given an enthusiastic welcome during his European stops. He spoke before an estimated crowd of 200,000 people in Berlin, Thursday, an unprecedented turnout for a U.S. presidential candidate abroad. 奥巴马可望得到民主党总统候选人的提名。他在欧洲停留的每一站都受到热烈欢迎。星期四,奥巴马在柏林向大约20万人发表讲话。这是一位美国总统候选人在海外露面时吸引的最多人数。In an interview printed in Le Figaro newspaper Friday, President Sarkozy called Obama "his buddy" and said he had always believed Obama would win the Democratic primaries. After Paris, Obama next travels to London where he wraps up his international trip. 法国费加罗报星期五发表了对法国总统萨尔科齐的采访。萨尔科齐把奥巴马称为自己的“好夥伴”,并且表示他一直相信奥巴马会赢得民主党初选。奥巴马在访问巴黎后将前往伦敦,随后结束他的这次海外旅程。200807/44835 KING: You've lived the life of a first lady of a state and a federal government. Would you want it for one of your daughters? L. BUSH: Sure, if they wanted it. I mean, the fact is, I'm the first lady because I happened to marry someone who ran for president and won. And I didn't run for the office. I'm here because he ran, and he wanted to run. As he said, you know, don't feel sorry for him; he's a volunteer; he volunteered for this job, and he ran for the office. I think that I have an unbelievable opportunity to see our country at its very, very best. And do I get to see it at its worst? Sure. But overwhelmingly, every opportunity that I have strengthens and encourages me because of the way the American people are. KING: So you wouldn't mind it if one of them had the same path?L. BUSH: Sure, no, I mean, why did you not suggest that one of them might run themselves? (LAUGHTER)KING: How about running? Would that bother you? L. BUSH: No, not at all. If they were interested in that, I think that'd be terrific. KING: Are you going to get involved in the 2006 elections? L. BUSH: Sure. KING: Are you going to campaign for...L. BUSH: Sure, absolutely, I'll be campaigning for our candidates. I've aly done some and have some more scheduled. KING: When I first met you there in Austin, you were not a fan of running for office. That was not your ball game. L. BUSH: Well, I know how hard it is. I do know how hard it is. And I had -- George and I had an advantage that most people, except John Quincy Adams, haven't had, and that is we had seen someone we loved in this job, and we knew what it was like, and we knew what we were getting into. Certainly, we didn't know how extremely difficult and challenging these years would be for our country because of September 11th. But on the other hand, we knew to expect the unexpected, that that's what happens. That's what has happened to every president...(CROSSTALK) KING: So you like getting out now? L. BUSH: So I do like it. I like it a lot. It's fun. KING: Do you have a favorite? L. BUSH: A favorite state or...KING: A favorite presidential...L. BUSH: ... or a favorite president?KING: Office, for the office in 2008. L. BUSH: Oh, in 2008. I thought you were talking about the 2006 elections. KING: Those governors and senators and congressmen, I don't know.L. BUSH: I'll be campaigning for them, and then we'll see what happens in 2008.200809/47883浦江县妇幼保健院开双眼皮多少钱金华打botox



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