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乌市人民医院激光除皱多少钱昆玉市祛痘要多少钱经典:(55) 从起床到出门 -01-7 18:5:51 来源: 提醒我得提醒一句Let me give you a piece of advice.I want to buy this car. (我真想买这辆汽车)Let me give you a piece of advice. (我得提醒你一句)Let me tell you something.I think you should know...小心!Watch out! *用于有险情时,“危险!”、“留神!”、“小心!”Watch out! (小心!)Thanks! You saved my life. (谢谢你救了我一条命)Look out!Be careful!Heads up!You'd better be careful!Please be careful! (请多加小心!)You should be careful! (你得多加小心!)You should watch out! (你得留神!)注意脚下Watch your step! *用于提醒地滑,看不清楚楼梯等场合常用于公共告示Watch your step! (注意脚下)Oh, yeah? Why? (噢?是吗?为什么?)Mind your step.Be careful where you walk.Look where you're going.抓紧我Hold on to me tight.Don't let go! (别松手!)Hold me tightly.要提防着点儿他!Watch out him!Watch out him! (要提防着点儿他!)Why? (为什么?)Be careful of him.Keep your eye on him.这里有点儿蹊跷There's a little catch. *“小心有陷阱,圈套”That sounds easy. (好像很简单)Well, there's a little catch. (可是,有点蹊跷)There's something to it.It's not as easy as it sounds. (并不像听起来的那么容易)三思而后行Think twice bee you do it.轻拿轻放动作轻点儿Easy does it. *表示“要小心谨慎地处理”易碎品或贵重物Easy does it, doesn't drop the TV. (动作轻点儿,小心别把电视掉下来)Don't worry. I won't. (放心吧,掉不下来)Gently.Be careful. (小心啊!)手下留情Please go easy on me. *出自于新手和没有实力的人的口中 也可用于体育运动go easy on... 常用于命令句, 表示“对……要手软”、 “对人或东西要珍惜”、 “对……要留有余地”It's my first time, please go easy on me. (我这是第一次,请手下留情)Alright, I'll try. (知道了,我会的)别操之过急Let's not jump the gun. *gun为“手”,而jump the gun是固定词组,表示比赛响前就跑出去的意思即“抢跑”、“抢先……”之意I think I've got the job. Let's celebrate! (我想我已经找到了工作我们来庆祝一下吧!)Let's not jump the gun. (为之过早了吧)Let's not be too hasty.Let's not rush into things.Don't count your chickens bee they are hatched. *“别在小鸡孵出之前就数鸡”,常用于口语中不要做得太过火Let's not go overboard. *go overboard “做过了”、“超限度”I bought four dozen eggs. (我买了四打鸡蛋)Let's not go overboard. (别太离谱呀!)Let's not go too far.Let's not be extreme.我们看情况再说Let's wait and see how things go. *用于各种情况Let's wait and see.别这么快下结论Don't jump to conclusions! *jump to conclusions直译是“随便下结论”,即“过早地下结论”、“贸然断定”So, I think she's pregnant. (所以,我想她已经怀了)Don't jump to conclusions! (别这么快地下结论)Don't prejudge it! (别凭想像判断)Don't make assumptions! (不能主观臆断)Don't get the wrong idea. (不要抱有那种错误想法)别那么自私Don't be selfish. *selfish “任性的,自私的,利己的”Don't be self-centered.Don't be egotistical.你的工作表现总是不稳定Your work is always inconsistent. *inconsistent “不一致的”、“不稳定的”、“反复无常的”Your work is always erratic.Your work is always patchy.Your work is always uneven.你不该随便乱花钱You shouldn't spend money foolishly.You should try to be thriftier. (你该试着再节约些)You shouldn't spend your money like water.You shouldn't waste your money. (你不该那么浪费钱)你的态度太恶劣了You have an attitude problem.You have an attitude problem. (你的态度太恶劣了)Who are you to say that? (你不是在说你自己吧)I don't like your attitude.You have a bad attitude.You need to just your attitude.别那么没有礼貌Don't be so naughty. *naughty “不听话,顽皮的,淘气的”Don't do such naughty things.Don't be so bad.Behave yourself! (有点礼貌!)请安静!Hold it down!Be quiet! *用于一般情况下Keep it down!Keep it quiet!Silence! *用于学校老师对学生Turn it down! *对看电视或听收音机的人说的turn down是“关小电视、收音机等的声音”嘘!(安静!)Hush!Shh.太吵了It's too noisy.It's too loud.别丢人现眼了!Don't make a fool of yourself.I'm going to dance. (我想去跳舞)Don't make a fool of yourself. (别丢人现眼了!)Don't play the fool.Don't make an ass out of yourself.Stop acting like a fool.分清场合Think about where you are.You should consider where you are.你也不看看你多大了Act your age. *一般用在父母等上年纪的人教育年轻人时“做和自己年龄相符的举止、行为”How do you like my new red skirt? (你觉得我这条新的红裙子怎么样?)Act your age. (你也不看看你多大了)You should act your age. *比较温和的说法Behave in accordance with what is expected of your age!You should behave more maturely. (你该表现得更成熟些)You shouldn't act like a child. (别像个孩子似的)你想得也太天真了Your view is too optimistic. *optimistic “乐观的”,“乐天派的”你的想法太不现实了You should get your head out of the clouds. *直译是“你应该把你的脑袋从云中伸出来”,即“你的想法太不实际了,回到现实中吧”You should get your head out of the clouds. (你的想法太离谱了)Maybe you're right. I should try to be more down-to-earth. (也许你是对的我该更现实点儿)You aren't being realistic.You should be more logical. *logical “符合逻辑的”、“道理上讲得通的”别再重复这种愚蠢的错误了Don't make such stupid mistakes again! *make a mistake 惯用语, “出错”Don't make such stupid mistakes again! (不要重复这种愚蠢的错误)I won't, I won't. (不会了,不会了)You should be more careful! (你应该多加小心)Don't make dumb mistakes again!别那么自命不凡Don't be stuck-up. *stuck-up “骄傲自满”、“自高自大”Don't be so pompous. *pompous “装模作样的”、“自负的”、“华而不实的”Don't be such a snob. *snob “势利小人”、“看人行事的俗人”Don't act like you're better than I am.Don't flatter yourself so much. (别那么自以为是) *flatter oneself “骄傲自满”、“得意洋洋”人不可貌相Don't judge a book by its cover. *谚语,直译“不要根据书皮来判断书的内容”He's so short. (他的个儿多矮呀)Listen, don't judge a book by its cover. He was the best basketball player in Calinia last year. (喂!你可不能以貌取人,他是去年加利福尼亚最棒的篮球运动员)Never judge something by its looks.Appearances are deceiving. (不能以貌取人)Don't m an opinion about something based on appearance alone. (人不可貌相)说话要留神Watch your tongue. *直译是“看看你的舌头”,即“说话要小心”Hey, you, asshole! (你这个混蛋!)Watch your tongue. (嘿,说话留点神儿)Watch your language.Watch your mouth.Be careful of what you say.Don't use bad language. (不要说脏话)要遵守规则Follow the rules. *follow “遵守,从(规则、命令、劝说等等)”Follow the rules. (要遵守规则)You're the one not following the rules. (你就没有遵守规则)Don't violate rules. (不许违反规则)Don't violate regulations. (不许违反章程)Don't break the rules. (不许破坏规则)别偷懒!Stop goofing off! *这是一句俚语,用于针对在工作、学习或练习中偷懒、耍滑的人 goof off是口语表达方式,意为“懒惰”、“偷懒”Get a life!You should make something out of yourself!Don't be a bum!Get a job! (去找个工作)Grow up! (该长大成人了!你什么时候才能长大!)照我说的做!Do as I said!Do what I said.Do what I tell you to do!不要说别人的坏话Don't say bad things about others.Don't speak ill of others.Don't speak bad about other people.别食言Don't go back on your word!I'm sorry, I can't do that. (对不起,我做不了)Don't go back on your word! (别食言)Don't break your promise. (不能说话不算数)You should keep your word.做你能做的Don't take on more than you can. *“不要承担自己处理不了的工作,不要承担超过自己能力的事情”Don't take on more than you can handle.别那么粗鲁!Don't be rude!Don't be impolite!你被开除了You're fired!Man, you're out of here. *严厉的说法I have to sack you. *温和的说法I have to let you go. *温和的说法你得像个男子汉!Be a man!I don't want to be a leader. (我不想当头儿)Be a man! (你得像个男子汉!)Be strong! (坚强些!)Don't be a wimp! (别那么窝囊!)Don't be a chicken! (别当胆小鬼)别自吹自擂Don't talk boastfully. *boastfully “夸耀的”、“自吹自擂的”Japan is a very rich country. (日本是一个富裕的国家)Don't talk boastfully. (别自吹自擂)Don't brag.Don't boast.You should be more modest. (你该谦虚一些)请别让我失望Please don't disappoint me. *disappoint “让……失望”、 “辜负……期望”Please don't let me down.别挑逗女孩男孩!Don't flirt with girlsboys! *flirt with “对异性半开玩笑的引诱”、“男女之间的调情”Don't flirt with girls! (别挑逗女孩!)I was just being friendly. (我只是表示友好)Don't make eyes at herhim! (别跟她他眉来眼去的) *make eyes at... “向……送秋波”别抱怨,叫你怎么做,就怎么做Don't complain and do as you are told.Do what I tell you to do without complaining.干脆点!(赶快!)Make it snappy! *这是一个惯用句, “快!”、“干脆点儿!”Hurry it up!Look snappy. *英式英语麻利点!利索点!Step on it! *step on it 原意是“坐火车飞跑”现在常表示“赶紧”的意思Be quick!Get a move on!Move it!Snap to it. 英语口语 经典 your should乌市复合彩光祛斑多少钱 Tell me not in mournful numbers, Life is but an empty dream! the soul is dead that slumbersAnd things are not what they seem.请别用哀伤的诗句对我讲;人生呵,无非虚梦一场!因为沉睡的灵魂如死一般,事物的表里并不一样Life is real! Life is earnest!And the grave is not its goal;Dust thou art, to dust returnest,Was not spoken of the soul.人生是实在的!人生是热烈的!人生的目标决不是坟墓;你是尘土,应归于尘土,此话指的并不是我们的精神Not enjoyment, and not sorrow,Is our destined and our way;But to act,That much tomorrowFind us farther than today.我们的归宿并不是欢乐,也不是悲伤实干,才是我们的道路,每天不断前进,蒸蒸日上Art is long, and time is fleeting,And our hearts, though stout and brave.Still, like muffled drums, are beatingFuneral marches to the grave.光阴易逝,而艺海无涯,我们的心哪--虽然勇敢坚强,却像被布蒙住的铜鼓,常把殡葬的哀乐擂响In the world's broad field of battle,In the bivouac of Life,Be not like dumb, driven cattle!Be a hero in the strife!在这人生的宿营地,在这辽阔的世界战场,别做无言的牲畜任人驱赶,做一名英雄汉立马横!Trust no future, howe'er pleasant!Let the dead Past bury its dead!Act, act in the living Present!Heart within, and God o'erhead!别相信未来,哪怕未来多么欢乐!让死去的往昔将死亡的一切埋葬!上帝在上,我们胸怀勇气,行动吧--趁现在活着的好时光!Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime,And departing leave behind usFootprints on the sands of time.伟大的生平使我们想起,我们能使自己的一生变得高尚!当我们辞别人间,能把足迹留在时间的流沙上Footprints that perhaps another,Sailing o'er life solemn main,A lorn and shipwrecked brother,Seeing, shall take heart again.也许有个遭了船灾的苦难弟兄,他曾在庄严的人生大海中飘航,见到我们的脚印,又会满怀信心Let us, then, be up and doing,With a heart any fate;Still achieving, still pursuingLearn to labour and to wait.让我们起来干吧,下定决心,不管遭遇怎样;不断胜利,不断追求,要学会苦干和耐心等待 6我相信所有时代最伟大的观念之一,即最令人信的道德力量就是个人的尊严和价值为了共同利益而奉献的精神就来自于这种观念我相信如果我们把这些看似简单但却十分重要的观念集中起来,用诚实和真理把它们连在一起,人类将会登上一个又一个高峰Inspiration from a Drainpipe By Mrs. John G. LeeI think the most profound influence in my life was my father. He was an inventor and a scientist with a most inquisitive mind. He loved and was greatly stimulated by the beauty and the design he found in nature. He believed in people and was himself a completely honest person. His sense of humor was keen though kindly and his energy was inexhaustible. Once he was asked how he got the idea the Maxim Silencer. He answered, amp;;By watching the way water behaved when it went down a drain.amp;; This simple statement opened up me a whole realm of ideas which led to a firm belief that human intelligence need recognize no bounds; that through the use of our intelligence we will move progressively closer to an understanding of man and of the universe around us; that this knowledge will bring a closer harmony between man and his surroundings; and that this way lies the chance to make the world a better place to live in.Then I remember sitting with him on the deck of his boat one night in early September. We were anchored in a secluded cove. The breeze was light and very salty. We could hear across a little strip of land the pounding of the surf. The stars were brilliant and every now and then a shooting star would streak across the sky. He was deeply interested in astronomy and he led my mind into ungettable population as we explored the grandeur of that night. I think from this I came to understand that there must be law and order in our universe. There is design. Man can observe, he can learn to understand, he can apply. The secret is to apply in the interests of the common good; not one or a few; not to destroy but to build all peoples.My mother and father each had an acute social conscience. They believed that because good tune had endowed them with better than average opporty, they had a duty to perm in their commies. From this no doubt came my own conviction that I must give more than I receive and that a satisfactory life must be measured by its usefulness to others.I remember the excitement engendered by the conversation in our home. All kinds of ideas were explored; all sorts of prejudices were challenged; penetrating minds were brought to bear on every problem of the day. I learned that each one of us has a right to his own beliefs, that prejudice perverts truth and that violence in the long run gains us nothing. From this understanding I moved into the belief that people everywhere must learn how to work together the common purpose of the betterment of mankind.I believe one of the greatest ideas of all times, one that is a compelling moral ce, is the concept of the dignity and worth of the human individual. From this idea there develops a sense of devotion to the common good.I believe that if we pull these rather simple but fundamental things together and tie them up with honesty and truth, there are no visible limits to the heights to which mankind can rise . 9359乌市沙依巴克区鼻头缩小多少钱

乌鲁木齐市友谊医院打瘦脸针多少钱我对圣诞节最深刻的记忆总是和一只小猫联系在一起我第一次见到它是我出诊去给安斯沃思太太的一只看病我有点惊奇地瞧着蹲在炉前的那个毛茸茸的黑色小生灵“我还不知道你有只猫,”我说道The Yorkshire Christmas CatMy strongest memory of Christmas will always bound up with1) a certain little cat.I first saw her when I was called to see one of Mrs.Ainsworth’ dogs,and I looked in some surprise at the furry) black creature sitting bee the fire.“I didn’t know you had a cat,”I said.The lady smiled.“We haven’t,this is Debbie,at least that’s what we call her.She’s a stray.Comes here two or three times a week and we give her some food.I don’t know where she lives but I believe she spends a lot of her time around one of the farms along the road.”As I watched she turned,crept soundlessly from the room and was gone.“That’s always the way with Debbie,”Mrs.Ainsworth laughed.“She never stays more than ten minutes or so,then she’s off.”Mrs.Ainsworth was a plumpish3),pleasant-faced woman in her ties and the kind of client veterinary) surgeons dream of --well-off ,generous,and the owner of three cosseted5) Basset hounds.And it only needed the habitually mournful expression of one of the dogs to deepen a little and I was round there posthaste.So my visits to the Ainsworth home were frequent but undemanding,and I had ample opporty to look out the little cat that had intrigued me.On one occasion I spotted her nibbling daintily from a saucer at the kitchen door.As I watched she turned and almost floated on light footsteps into the hall and then through the lounge6) door.The three Bassets were aly in residence draped snoring on the fireside rug,but they seemed to be used to Debbie.Debbie sat among them in her usual posture:upright,intent,gazing absorbedly into the glowing coals.This time I tried to make friends with her.I approached her carefully but she leaned away as I stretched out7) my hand.However,by patient wheedling and soft talk I managed to touch her and gently stroke her cheek with one finger.There was a moment when she responded by putting her head on one side and rubbing back against my hand,but soon she was y to leave.Once outside the house she darted quickly along the road then through a gap in a hedge,and the last I saw was the little black figure flitting over the rain-swept grass of a field.It must have been nearly three months bee I heard from Ainsworth,and in fact I had begun to wonder at the Bassets’ long symptomless run when she came on the phone.It was Christmas morning and she was apologetic.“Mr.Herriot,I’m so sorry to bother you today of all days.I should think you want a rest at Christmas like anybody else.”But her natural politeness could not hide the distress in her voice.“Please don’t worry about that,”I said.“Which one is it this time?”“It’s not one of the dogs.It’s...Debbie.”“Debbie?She’s at your house now?”“Yes...but there’s something wrong.Please come quickly.”Mrs.Ainsworth’s home was lavishly decorated with tinsel and holly,rows of drinks stood on the sideboard and the rich aroma of turkey and sage-and-onion stuffing wafted from the kitchen.But her eyes were full of pain as she led me through to the lounge.Debbie was there all right,but this time everything was different.She wasn’t sitting upright in her usual position;she was stretched quite motion less on her side,and huddle close to her lay a tiny black kitten.I looked down in bewilderment.“What’s happened here?”“It’s the strangest thing,”Mrs.Ainsworth replied.“I haven’t seen her several weeks then she came in about two hours ago--sort of staggered into the kitchen,and she was carrying the kitten in her mouth.She took it through the lounge and laid it on the rug,and at first I was amused.But I could see all was not well because she sat as she usually does,but a long time--over an hour--then she lay down like this and she hasn’t moved.”I knelt on the rug and passed my hand over Debbie’s neck and ribs.She was thinner than ever,her fur dirty and mud-caked.She did not resist as I gently opened her mouth,a knell sounded in my mind.Mrs.Ainsworth’s voice seemed to come from afar.“Is she ill,Mr.Herriot?”I hesitated.“Yes...yes,I’m afraid so.She has a malignant growth.”I stood up.“There’s absolutely nothing you can do.I’m sorry.”Mrs.Ainsworth reached out and lifted the bedraggled black morsel.She smoothed her finger along the muddy fur and the tiny mouth opened in a soundless miaow.“Isn’t it strange?She was dying and she brought her kitten here.And on Christmas Day.”The tears had dried on Mrs.Ainsworth’s cheeks and she was bright-eyed as she looked at me.“I’ve never had a cat bee,”she said.I smiled.“Well it looks as though you’ve got one now.”And she certainly had.The kitten grew rapidly into a sleek,handsome cat with a boisterous8) nature which earned him the name of Buster.On my visits I watched his development with delight.As I looked at him,a picture of health and contentment,my mind went back to his mother.Was it too much to think that that dying little creature,with the last of her strength,had carried her kitten to the only haven of comt and warmth she had ever known in the hope that it would be cared there?Maybe it was.But it seemed I wasn’t the only one with such fancies.Mrs.Ainsworth turned to me and though she was smiling her eyes were wistful9).“Debbie would be pleased,”she said.I nodded.“Yes,she would...It was just a year ago today she brought him,wasn’t it?”“That’s right.”She hugged Buster to her again.“The best Christmas present I ever had.”克拉玛依疤痕修复多少钱 日常口语:“失窃”了,呼警察 -- :9: 来源: Call the police! (叫警察)Sure thing! (好的)Please call help! (快叫人帮助)我的包被偷了I had my bag stolen.My bag was stolen.Somebody stole my bag.我该告诉谁?Who should I report it to?失物招领处在哪儿?Where is the Lost and Found?什么样的包?What kind of bag?What kind of bag was it?里面都有什么?What was in it?里面有多少钱?How much was in it?我们找到后会跟你联系的We'll call you if we find it.We'll contact you when we find it.您能填一下儿这张表吗?Could you fill out this m? *fill out表示在空白处填写m为“表格”Please fill out this m.请您写一下被盗经过Please give me a report on the theft. *theft “窃案,偷盗”Please fill out a report on the theft.日本大使馆在哪儿?Where is the Japanese Embassy?我的护照丢了I lost my passport.My passport is missing.I can't find my passport. (我找不到我的护照了)I've misplaced my passport. (我忘了把护照放到哪儿了)这儿有会说日语的人吗?Does anyone here speak Japanese?能补发一本吗?Can I get it reissued?请取消我的卡号Please cancel my card number.我该怎么办?What should I do?What should I do? (我该怎么办?)You should ask the man over there. (你该去问问那边那个人)What do I need to do? 警察 口语 日常 What阿克苏脱小腿毛多少钱

新疆激光祛痘印多少钱The War between Britain and France. the war between Britain and FranceIn the late eighteenth century, battles raged in almost every corner of Europe, as well as in the Middle East, south Africa ,the West Indies, and Latin America. In reality, however, there was only one major war during this time, the war between Britain and France. All other battles were ancillary to this larger conflict, and were often at least partially related to its antagonistrsquo; goals and strategies. France sought total domination of Europe . this goal was obstructed by British independence and Britainrsquo;s efts throughout the continent to thwart Napoleon; through treaties. Britain built coalitions (not dissimilar in concept to todayrsquo;s NATO) guaranteeing British participation in all major European conflicts. These two antagonists were poorly matched, insofar as they had very unequal strengths; France was predominant on land, Britain at sea. The French knew that, short of defeating the British navy, their only hope of victory was to close all the ports of Europe to British ships. Accordingly, France set out to overcome Britain by extending its military domination from Moscow t Lisbon, from Jutland to Calabria. All of this entailed tremendous risk, because France did not have the military resources to control this much territory and still protect itself and maintain order at home.French strategists calculated that a navy of 0 ships would provide the ce necessary to defeat the British navy. Such a ce would give France a three-to-two advantage over Britain. This advantage was deemed necessary because of Britainrsquo;s superior sea skills and technology because of Britainrsquo;s superior sea skills and technology, and also because Britain would be fighting a defensive war, allowing it to win with fewer ces. Napoleon never lost substantial impediment to his control of Europe. As his ce neared that goal, Napoleon grew increasingly impatient and began planning an immediate attack. 98 如果所有人——也包括我自己——都更新或重铸自己的人格,这应该是有益于人类的这也许仅仅是抹去粗糙的边缘或丢弃固有的模式,从而显露出不平整,有时则需要拿走撑物,完全靠自己站立不论何种情况,只要我们有人树立榜样,其他人就会效仿,结果就应该是好的对此我深信不疑A Straight Wall Is Hard to Build by Lou R. Crandall As I try to outline my thoughts, the subject becomes more and more difficult. I have many basic beliefs but as I try to pick and choose it seems to me that they all can be summarized in the word "character." Obviously, what you believe is a fundamental thing. There can be no fanfare, no embellishments. It must be honest. An architect once told me that the most difficult structure to design was a simple monumental shaft. The proportions must perfect to be pleasing. The hardest thing to build is a plain straight wall. The dimensions must be absolute. In either case there is no ornamentation to hide irregularities, no moldings to cover hidden defects and no supports to strengthen concealed weaknesses. I am using this example to illustrate human character, which to me is the most important single power in the world today. The young people of toady are in reality foundations of structures yet to be built. It is obvious that the design of these human structures is the combined efts of many human architects. Boys and girls are influenced first by their parents, then by their friends and finally by business associates. During this period of construction, the human character is revised and changed until at maturity a fairly well-fixed m of character is found. There are few human straight walls and fewer human monumental shafts. Such men and women are personalities of great beauty and are so rare that history records their being and holds them up as examples the future. The Biblical characters are me the closest examples of human perfection. They were unselfish, steadfast in their faith and unstinting in their help to others. Today in this world of turmoil and trouble we could use more of such people, but they do not just happen along. I believe that they are the result of concentrated eft on the part of parents and associates, and the more we build with character the better the world will become. This may sound like a dreamer's hope and a theoretical goal which can never be reached. I do not think so. The world as a whole has progressed tremendously material-wise, and we are a tunate nation in that we are leading the procession. It is, I believe, natural that nations not so tunate should look upon us with envy. We would do the same if the positions were reserved, so we should not judge too harshly the efts of others to equal our standard of living. In either case, the tunate or the untunate character in the individual and collectively in a nation stands out. I agree that it is easier to build character under ideal conditions but cannot get that character is also required to give as well as receive. It should be to the benefit of humanity if all individuals - and this includes myself - did a renovation or remodeling job on our own character. It may merely be a case of removing rough edges or tossing away molding to expose irregularities, in some cases to remove a prop and stand on one's own feet. In any event if some of us set example, others will follow and the result should be good. This I believe. 998乌市医科大学附属医院抽脂多少钱吐鲁番除晒斑多少钱




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