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A.S. P. C.L. Cur. If thou hast her not i' the end, call me cut

Twelfth Night. 21 31 3161148 · I thank him that he cuts me from my tale

i Henry iv. 5 2 469 239 - If there were no more women but Fulvia, then had you indeed a cut Ant. and Cleop. 1 Cut and long tail

Merry Wives of Windsor. 3 4 Cut-purje

. To have an open ear, a quick eye, and a nimble hand, is necessary for a cutpurse

Winter's Tale. 41 3 356133 Bawd will I turn, and something lean to cut-purse of quick hand Henry v.15

1 5381121 Nor cut-purses come not to thongs

Lear. 3) 2 947 2 16 - A cut-purse of the empire and the rule

Hamlet. 3) 4|1024 2 30 Cut-throars. Thou art the best o'the cut-throats

Maibetb.31 41 3752 Cuts. We will draw cuts for the senior

Comedy of Errors.15 1

1201243 Beat Cut's saddle, put a few flocks in the point

i Henry iv. 2 1 448 110 Cutler's poetry. Whofe poesy was for all the world like Cutler's poetry Mer. of Venice. 5

220 2 16 Cutter. The cutter was as another nature, dumb

Cymbeline. 2 Cutting. I would the cutting of my garments would serve the turn All's Well.4

1 295 226 Currie. An you play the saucy cuttle with me

2 Henry iv. 2 41 48412.50 Cyclips. No big-bon'd men, fram'd of the Cyclops fize

Titus Andronicus.14 3 8487 62 - hammers

Hamle. 2 2 10151 46 Cydnus River

Antony and Clesp. 121 2 776 134 And Cydnus swellid above the banks

Cymbeline. 2 4 905 11 2 Cygnet. I am the cygnet to this pale faint swan

K. John. 51 74111|29 To whose soft seizure the cygnet's down is harsh

Troil. and Craft 1 8581154 Cymbals.

Ciriclanus. 51 41 737 2 17 CYMBELINE. Cynic. How vilely doth this Cynic rhime

Julius Cæsar. 41 31 760133 Cyou. We marry a gentler C;on to the wildest stock

Winter's Tale. 4

3 35012125 Cypter of a function

Meal. fir Meal. 2

831 28 To prove you a cypher

Love's Libor L.1

21 150 246 And therefore, like a cypher, yet standing in rich place, I multiply Winter's Tale. I

2 334 III Cypress. Their sweetest shade, a grove of cypress trees

2 Henry vi. 31 2 590 119 Cyprus. A cyprus, not a borom, hides my poor heart

Tzv. Nigło.

Il 321 17 A Turkish fiect, and bearing up to Cyprus

Othello. 3 1047 1 14 Cyrberea all in sedges hid

Induc. to Taning of the Shrew. 2 253 2 55 How bravely thou becom'st thy bed

Cymbelin. 2 2 902 1/28

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Dad. Since I first callid my brother's father, dad

K. Fobu. 2 21 39412 55 Was wont to cheer his dad in mutinies

3 Herry vi.fi 41 608158 Dæmon. Thy dæmon, that's thy spirit, which keeps thee, is noble, courageous, high, unmatchable, where Cæfar's is not

tint sny and Cleoparra. 2 Daffi. Canst thou so daffe me

Mu. Ado Abt. Nothing. 5 I

141257 Daf'd. I would have daff'd all other respects

Ibid. 2

31 130231 That daff'd the world aside, and bid it pass

i Henry iv. 4 1464 239 Daffodils, that come before the swallow dares

Winter's Tale. 4) 3! 3502 55 Dagger. Hath no man's dagger here a point for me

Much Ado About Notb. 11 138 1/35 And wear my dagger with the braver grace

Mer. of Venice. 31 4 2132 19 Walter's dagger was not come from sheathing

Taming of the Shrew. 1 268 24 My dagger muzzled, left it thould bite its master

Wintir's Tale. I 2 3352130 Art thou but a dagger of the mind; a false creation, proceeding from the heat oppreffed brain

Marbeth.la 1369153 Their daggers unmanner'y breecled with gore

3 3712 47 This is the air-drawn dagger, which, you said, led you to Duncan

Ibid.

4 375 259 of lath

i Henry iv. 2 41 45212 47 This dagger, my fcepter

Ibid. 21 4 4551 24 Thou hid'st a thousand daggers in thy thoughts

2 Hen. iv. 41 41 4992 42 Do not you wear your dagger in your cap that day

Henry v. 4 5272153 As I few my best lover for the good of Rome, I have the same dagger for myself, when it shall please my country to need my death

Julius Ca far. 3 755153 - I wear not ny casser in my mouth

Cymbolune. 14 2회 915 1 Then wili I lay the serving creature's dagser on your pate

Romeo and Juliet. 41 5993217 O happy darger! this is thy sheath

Ilid.151 399612124 I will speak daggers to her, but use none

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A.S. P. C.L. Daganet. I was then Sir Dagonet in Arthur's Now

2 Herry iv. 131 21 49112117 Daintry. The red nose inn-keeper of Daintry

i Henry iv. 4 2 465|228

3 Herry vi. 51 1627/2161 Dainty. She that makes dainty, the, I'll swear, hath corns

Romeo and Juliet.

51 973 2 6 Dairties. I hold your dainties cheap, fir, and your welcome dear Comedy of Errors. 31 1

109133 He hath never fed on the dainties that are bred in a book Love's Labor Loft. 41 2 1581253 By heaven, she is a dainty one

Henry vill. 14.67812129 Grows dainty of his worth

Troil. and Crid: 31 86316

Hamiet. 41 510301139
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Dalliance. Do not give dalliance too much the rein

Tempeft. 41 1
You use this dalliance to excuse your breach of promise

Comedy of Errors. 4. I

112 252

Ibid.41 11 113 3
My business cannot brook this dalliance
And filken dalliance in the wardrobe lies

Henry v./2cb | 514 11 4
Fitter is my study and my books, than wanton dalliance with a paramour i Hen. vi. 5) 2 565 131
Keep not back your powers in dalliance

Ibid. 51 31 56512125 Dallies. It is filly sooth, and dallies with the innocency of love, like the old age Tw. N. 2 31 31612156 Dally. Tell me, and dally not

Comedy of Errors. 1

2 1051143 - not with the gods, but get thee gone

Tam. of the Sbrew.14 4 27212141 They that daily nicely with words, may quickly make them wanton Tw. Night. 3 1 320 1 7 What, is it a time to jest and dally now?

i Hen. iv. 51 31 470121 Take heed you dally not before your king

Ricbard üi. 2 1 644 119 You do but dally

Hamlet. 51 2104012/30 Daliging. Not dallying with a brace of courtezans, but meditating with two deep divines

Richard iii. 31 7 654234 Dam. Now will I dam up this thy yawning mouth

2 Henry vi. 41 1 5921120 Hence with it; and together with the dam, commit them to the fire

Winter's Tale. 21 31 34212/17 Like an unnatural dam, should now eat up her own

Coriolanus. 3) 1 722153 Damascus. This be Damascus, be thou cursed Cain, to Nay thy brother Abel

1 H. vi. 11 31 547127 Dame. For my old dame's sake, stand my friend

2 Henry iv. 31 2 491 118 As that proud dame, the Lord Protector's wife

2 Henry vi. 1 31 575 239 The Grecian dames are fun-burn'd, and not worth the splinter of a lance Tr. and Cr. - 3864142 Damns himself to do, and dares better be damn'd than do it

All's Well. 31 6 294143
He Mall not live, look with a spot I damn him

Jul. Cafar. 41 1
If thou wilt needs damn thyself, do it a more delicate way than drowning

Othello.1 3.105012 39 Dainable. A magician, most profound in his art, and yet not damnable As You like It. 5 2 246 2140 Damnation. Our revoited wives share damnation together

M.W. of Winds. 3 2

5925 She will not add to her damnation a fin of perjury

Much Ado Abt. Nob. 4 1 13812 46 When the last account 'twixt heaven and earth is to be made, then shall this hand : and feal, witness against us to damnation

K. John. 41 21 405|1|16 Ancient damnation ! O moft wicked fiend!

Romeo and Juliet. 31 5 9891238 For nothing canst thou to damnation add greater than that

Orbello. 31 310631225 Damnd. Be of good cheer; for, truly, I think you are damn'd Mer. of Venice. 35) 2132148

'Tis not so well, that I am poor, though many of the rich are damn'd All's Well. 1 31 2802 32 I'll be damn'd for never a king's son in Christendom

i Henry iv. 1 2 444'15 But to be damn’d for killing him, from the which no warrant can defend me

R.ir. 1 41 642 1 45 That the strait pass was damn'd with dead men

Cymbeline. 15) 31 9202 57 Damosel. I was taken with a damorel

Love's Labor Lt. 1 1501117 Damolella. But damoseila virgin, was this directed to you

Ibid. 4 2 160 112 Dance. And so dance out the answer

Much Ado Abt. Notb. 2 il 126/1/18 I must dance bare-foot on her wedding day

Tam.of ibe Sbrew. 2

Il 260143 When you do dance, I wish you a wave o' the sea, that you might ever do nothing but that

Winter's Tale. 41 31 3511|17
Sooner dance upon a bloody pole than stand uncovered to the vulgar groom 2 H. vi. 41 1592/2 20
I dance attendance here; I think the Duke will not be spoke withal Ricb. ii. 31 71 654212
More dances my rapt heart

Coriolanus. 41 51 72912
They dance! they are mad women

Timon of Athens. 1 21 858 126 Danse arfendance

Henry vii. 5) 2 6982153 Dancer. He, at Philippi, kept his sword even like a dancer

Ant, and Cleop. 31 9 787 138 Dancing. I am for other than for dancing measures

As You Like It. 5 4 249 2163 More than my dancing foul doth celebrate

Richard ii. 1

3 4171119 - They bid us to the English dancing schools, and teach lavoltas high and swift corantos

Henry v.3 5 523119 Dancing-rapier.

Titus Andronicus. 2 1 83612145 Dandle. She'll hamper thee, and dandle thec, like a baby

2 Henry viilal 31 57612 8

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A. S. P. C. L. Dange. If you deny it, let the danger light upon your charter and your city's freedom

Mer. of Venicc. 4 1 2151112 You ftand within his danger, do you not?

Ibid. 41 1216147 You pluck a thousand dangers on your head

Ricbard ij.2 142112136 Send danger from the east unto the west, so honour crop it from the north to south, and let them grapple

i Henry iv. 1 3] 4471 2 - 'Tis true, that we are in great danger; the greater therefore Thould our courage be

Honry v. 4 1 527115 But still, where danger was, still there I met him

2 Henry vi. 5) 260212117 Many men, that stumble at the threshold, are well foretold that danger lurks within

3 Henry vi.4) 7 6261152 - O, foll of danger is the duke of Gloster

Ricbard iii. 21 3 6471 20 Was pleas'd to let him seek danger, where he was like to find fame Coriolanus. 1 31 707) || 3 knows full well, that Cæsar is more dangerous than he

Jul. Cæfar.2 2] 75012/12 like an ague, subtly taints, even then when we fit idly in the sun Troie and Cred: 31 31 876 249 I'll grow friend with danger

Ibid. 41 41 8801157 Dangerous. "Tis dangerous to take cold, to neep, to drink

i Henry iv. 2 3 4501216 Dangerous man. Cæsar's description of Cassius, as a dangerous man Julius Cæfar. 2 744 1/10 Danich. A Daniel come to judgment! yea, a Daniel!

Mer. of Venice. 4 1 216 2130 Dark. On the dank and dirty ground

Midf. Nigbt's Dream. (23 182139 Pease and beans are as dank here as a dog

i Hen. iv.12 1 4481114 morning

Julius Cæfar.2 7491 49 dew

Romeo and Juliet. 239771 5 Dankih. In a dark and dankish vault

Comedy of Errors. 51 1 119 112 Danskers. Enquire me first what Danskers are in Paris

Hamlet. 2110082 59 Dapbre. Apollo fies, and Daphne holds the chase

Mids. Nigbi's Dream. (2 2 18111/26 - roaming through a thorny wood

Induc. to Tam. of tbe Sbrew.

2 25312161 Dapples. The wheels of Phoebus round about dapples the drowsy east with spots of grey

Mu. Ado About Norbing. 51 31 145211 Dardan's plains

Prologue to Troilus and Cressida.

8571113 Dardan

Ibid. 857 1 116 Dardanian wives with bleared visages

Mer. of Ven. 3 2 210140 Dardanius. D.P.

Julius Cæfar. 741 Dare. I dare do all that may become a man ; who dares do more,

is none

Macbetb. 11 7 368 2 2 What man dare, I dare

Ibid. 31 41 376143 If I dare eat, or drink, or breathe, or live, I dare meet Surry in a wilderness Ricb. ii. 41 432 1 42 A larger dare to our great enterprize

i Henry iv. 4 46412 17 For our approach thall so much dare the field, that England Mall couch down in fear, and yield

Henry v. 4 2 5302123 What dares not Warwick, if false Suffolk dare him?

2 Herry vi. 3/ 2 5882146 To dare the vile contagion of the night

Jul. Cæfar.2 749131 Sextus Pompeius bath given the dare to Cæsar

Ant. and Cleop. 1

2 770236 Dark. Needs no candles now, for dark is light

Love's Labor LOA.4 31 1631 34 Mall be my light, and night my day

2 Henry vi. 21 41 582223 Dark-corners. If the old fantastical duke of dark corners had been at home, he had lived

Meas. for Meal:14) 3

962158 Dark-ey'd nigbr.

Lear.2

1 9401141 Darken. With these forc'd thoughts, I pr’ythee, darken not the mirth o'the feast W. Tale. 4 3 350 026 Darker'd. And you are daikend in this action, fir, even by your own Coriolanus. 41 7 732/25 Darker. Mean time we Mall express our darker purpose

Lcar.1 Darkling. Wilt thou darkling leave me?

Midf. Night's Dream. 2 31 1821 52 stand the varying more o' the world

Ant. and Clop. 413 7962|19 So, out went the candle, and we were left darkling

Lear. 11 41 937 1 12 Darkly. I will go darkly to work with her

Meal. for Meal. 51

100154 · I will tell you a thing, but you shall let it dwell darkly with you a

All's Wel. 41 31 297 1 15 Darkness. Oftentimes to win us to our harms, the instruments of darkness tell us truths

Macbetb.1 31 365 2127 does the face of the earth intomb, when living light Mould kiss it

Ibid. 21 41 3722 - And darkness be the burier of the dead

2 Henry iv.l. 14751155 And Aasky darkness breaks within the east

Ricbard it. 51 3 66612 24 - and devils !

Lear. 4 937 1150 Daring-bardy. On pain of death, no person be so bold, or daring hardy, as to touch the lints

Richard ii. 1 3416 2 26 Darius. Her alhes, in an urn more precious than the rich-jeweld coffer of Darius it. vi. 416 550.12

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i Hen. vi. 31 21 557 142

Lear. (4) 41 955/2136 Darraign your battle, for they are at hand

3 Henry vi. 2 2 612) 1 Darts. Shall I do that, which all the Parthian darts, though enemy, loft aim, and could not

Antony and Cleopatra. 4112 793|213 Daf. To dalh it like a Christmas comedy

Love's L. Lof. 5 2 17012/20 - Now, had I not the dath of my former life in me, would preferment drop on my head

Winter's Tale. 5 21 3602163 She takes upon her bravely at first dalh

i Henry vi. 1 2 546123 Dafb'd. A foolim mild man, an honest man, look you, and soon dath'd Love's L. L. 5 2 175/2 57 This hath a little dash'd your spirits

Orbello. 31 310612144 Daftard. With pale beggar-face impeach my height before this out-dar'd dastard R. i.li

14151155 What men have 1?-dogs! cowards! dastards !

i Henry vi. 1 · And then will try what dastard Frenchmen dare

Ibid. 1 41 549|1|24 You are all recreants and daftards

2 Henry vi.141 81 597 153 Like a daftard, and a treacherous coward

3 Hen. vi. 2 2] 612 2 10 Datcbet's-mead. Carry it among the whitfters in Datchet's-mead Merry W. of Windf-13 3

601123 Date. Your date is better in your pye and and your porridge, than in your cheek All's Well. 1 11 278 2159 Dates

Winter's Tale.41 21 34911 % To be baked with no date in the pye, for then the man's date is out Troi. and Crepis 2] 8611 50 The date is out of such prolixity

Romeo and Juliet. 1 31 972 1/10 They call for dates and quinces in the pastry

Ibid.141 41 992119 Dateless. The fly-now hours Mall not determinate the dateless limit of thy dear exile Roi. Il 31 417 2 26 Daub. Poor Tom's a-cold I cannot daub it further

Lear. 41 1 9531219 Daubid. So smooth he daub'd his vice with few of virtue

Richard ii. 3 Dandery. She works by charms, by spells, by the figure, and such daubery M.W.of Windf. (4) 2 671117 Daugbrers. If their daughters be capable, I will put it to them Love's Lab. Loft. 41 2 159129

Though I am a daughter to his blood, I am not to his manners Mer. of Venice. 23204230 I lay my daughter is my fieth and blood

Ibid. 31 1 209" I would my daughter were dead at my foot, and the jewels in her ears Ibid. 3 1 2091158 Neither his daughter, if we judge by manners

As You Like It. I 2 227/25 - I am all the daughters of my father's house, and all the brothers too

Tw. Nigbr. 2

317/2/17 - I have three daughters; the eldest is eleven, the second and the third nine, and some five

Winter's Tale. 2 1 340 1/47 For my daughters, Richard, they shall be praying nuns, not weeping queens R. . 41 41 661|1|36 I have used it, nuncle, ever since thou mad'At thy daughters thy mothers Lear. 1 41 936217 What, have his daughters brought him to this pass

Ibid. 31 41 94812 12 Fathers, from hence trust not your daughters' minds by what you see them act Orbelio. 1

11045/2/10 Daunt. Let not discontent daunt all your hopes

Titus Andronicus. 1 2 8341125 Daupbin. D. P.

Henry v. 509 Davy. D. P.

2 Henry iv. Dow. Just as much as you may take upon a knife's point, and choak a daw withal

Much Ado About Norbing. 121 31 13112/25 I will wear my heart upon my Neeve for daws to peck at

Orb.llo.1 11044/139 That thou dwelleft with daws too

Coriolanus. 41 sl 728|243 Doroning. Alas, poor Harry of England, he longs not for the dawning as we do Her. v. 3 7 526217 That dawning may bear the raven's eye

Cymbeline. 2 21 903127 Days. Made use and fair advantage of his days

Two Gent. of Verona. 2 4 In your doublet and hose this raw rheumatic day

Merry Wives of Windsor. (3)

581151 Now in the stirring passage of the day

Com. of Errors. 3

HIC 1146 This ill day

118115 - untowardly turned

Mu. Ado About Norb. 3

1341 By this good day

Ibid. 51 41 1462/19 -Tarry for the comfort of the day

Midf. Night's Dream.2 3 181|260 The vaward of the day

1 190220 O most courageous day!

Ibid. 141 2] 19112158 'Tis a day, such as the day is when the sun is hid

Mer. of Venice. 5 1 220 149 We should hold day with the Antipodes, if we should walk in absence of the fun Ib. 5 1220 153 Alas the day! what shall I do with my doublet, and hose ?

As You Like Ir.

3 2 2362/16 I am not a day of season, for you may see a sunshine and a hail in me at once

All's Well.5 31 30212148 "Tis a lucky day, boy; and we'll do good deeds on't

Winier's Talc.3 3347 2136 By the clock, 'tis day, and yet dark night Arangles the travelling camp Macbetb./21 41 372/1145

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Macbetb.13 21 3742 49 Who dares not ftir by day, mult walk by night

K. Jcbr. 1 Il 389 1 40

Ibid. 2 Commander of this hot malicious day

2 393 214 What hath this day deserved, what hath it done, that it in golden letters should be set, among the high tides in the kalender

Ibid. 31 1 396 2158

Ibid. 31 1 397 16 This day, all things begun come to ill end And the proud day, attended with the pleasures of the world, is all too wanton and

Ibid. 31 31 399234 too full of gawds to give me audience In despite of broad-ey'd watchful day

Ibid. 31 31 39912 52

Ibid. 51 31 409127 How goes the day with us The day shall not be up fo foon as I

Ibid. 5 5 4102 4 Men judge by the complexion of the sky, the state and inclination of the day R. ii. 3 2 428 138 God give your lordship good time of day

2 Henry iv. 1 2 476 249 Sings the lifting up of the day

Ibid.41 41 4981 53 Between the promise of his greener days, and these he masters now Hen. v. 21 41 5192 31 We fee yonder the beginning of the day, but, I think we shall never see the end of it

Ibid.4 528 1135 Yield day to night

i Henry vi. 1 1 543 1 11 These seven years day

2 Henry vi. 2 1 578 130 The gaudy blabbing, and remorseful day is crept into the bosom of the sea

Ibid. 41 ? 591131 - God give your graces both a happy and a joyful time of day

Richard 111.4 11 656141 yield me not thy light; nor, night, thy rest

Ibid.4 41 663133 Each following day became the next day's master, 'till the last made former wonders it's

Henry vill. 1672 1113 Many days shall see her, and yet no day without a deed to crown it

Ibid. 51 4 7022119 The bright day is done, and we are for the dark

Antony and Cleopa ra. 2 800225 are waxed shorter with him

Timin of Athens. 31 41 815,118 night, are they not but in Britain

Cymbeline. 3 41 910 225 -'s pathway

Romeo and Juliet. 21 31 9771 50 Jocund day stands tiptoe on the misty mountain's top

Ibid. 31 5 987 1:42 O hateful day! never was seen so black a day as this

lbia. 4) 5 992:2 56 Day-bed. Having come from a day-bed

Twelfib Nigbr.21 5 318,1121 He is not lolling on a lewd day-bed, but on his knees at meditation

Richard ii. 31 7 654232 Day of doom. This is the day of doom for Bassianus; his Philomel must lose her tongue

Titus Andronicus, 2 to-day

31 838156 Day-light. We burn day-light

M.W.of Windfr. 2 58.114 I can see church by day-light

Much Ado About Naib.12I and champion discovers not more

Tw. Night. 5 5 3191132 Day o'the world

Ant. and Cleop. 41 81 79319 Dead. He's but a dead man

Merry W. of Wind;. 4) 2

652 53 Now I am dead, now I am fied, my soul is in the sky Midf. Night's Dream, 5) I 1951 22 Stand till he be three-quarters and a dram dead

Winter's Tale. 4! 31 357 128 Better be with the dead, whom we to gain our place, have sent to peace, than on the torture of the mind to lie in restless ecstasy

Macbeth.3) 2 374211 · I had a mighty cause to wish him dead, but thou hadît none to kill him K. Jobr. 4 2 4051 2 What! is the old king dead, as nail in door

2 Henry iv. 51 31 505139 Though we seem'd dead, we did but neep

Henry v.31 6
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2 Henry vi. 21 51 614 1 24 When I am dead, good wench let me be us'd with honour

Henry vii. 4 2 696,2 26 And the sheered dead did squeak and gibber in the Roman street

Hamlet. I 1 1000 2 45 Be thus when thou art dead, and I will kill thee, and love thee after Orbelio. 5) 21076 1 2 Dead-kiling news

Richard in. 4) 1 656 2 38 Dead life

Ibid. 41 41 659 21 3 Deadly life. If I did love you in my master's fiame with such a suffering, such a deadly life

Twelfıb Nigbt. 1 5 3131 Deaf. Wrath makes him deaf

3 Henry vi. 1 4 608,1129 Deafness. Your tale would cure deafness

Tempeft. 12 31 30 Deal. Let me deal in this

Mucb Ado About Norb. 5I

142 1 22 But God above deal between thee and me

Macbeib. 41 31 381228 - I will deal with him, that henceforth he fall trouble us no more 2 Henry vi. 3 1 536,146

And my sweet Ncep's disturbers, are they that I would have thee deal upon Rich.iii.41 2 658 124
He privily deals with our cardinal

Henry vill.1 il 673 253 I could deal kingdoms to my friends

Timon of Athens. I 2] 809 1 26 Live and deal with others better

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