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Ant. and Cleop:111 SI 77312113 Empire. Thy blood, and virtue, contend for empire in thee

Alls Willd 1 278113 He hath given his empire up to a whore

Ant. and Cleop.131 678511 S Empiricks. We must not so fain our judgment, or corrupt our hope, to prostitute our palt cure malady to empiricks

All's Well. 2 2 284/2136 Employment. What employment have we here

Twelfth Nigbr. 21 5 318 2 3 Empoison. An ill word may empoison liking

Much Ado About Norb. 31 1 1322 8 Emptiness. The full Cæsar will answer his emptiness

Ant. and Cleop.3177882|20 Empty. I shall find you empty of that fault

Love's Lab. Loft.51 2174 115 As infants empty of all thought

Troil, and Creffida. 4 2 8781212 Emptying. It hath been the untimely emptying of the happy throne, and fall of many kings

Macbetb. 41 31 3811/31 Empty-purse. This Cloten was a fool; an empty purse, there was no money in 't Cym.41 29152157 Empty words.

Muf. for Meas:12 4 8511133 Empyric qutique. The most sovereign prescription in Galen is but empyric qutique Cor. 2 1713 1 16 Emulate. Thine eye would emulate the diamond

Merry Wives of Windsor. 3 3 6012) 8 Prick'd on by a mott emulate pride

Hamler.o I/1000/213 Emulation. The trust of England's honour, keep off aloof with worthless emulation iH.vi.14 41 563 2 28 now, who Thall be neareft, will touch us all too near

Ricbard üi. 2 31 6471118 Mine emulation hath not that honour in't it had

Coriolanus. 110 711 225 Grows to an envious fever of pale and bloodless emulation Troilus and Creffida. :) 3 863|1| s I was advertis'd, their great general Nept, whilft emulation in the army crept Ibid. 22 868|2/12 Emulation hath a thousand sons, that one by one pursue

Ibid. 3) 3 876124 Emulator. An envious emulator of every man's good parts

As You Like It. 1 12242/49 Emulous. A good quarrel to draw emulous factions

Troil. and Creffida. 21 31 869|1136 He is not emulous, as Achilles is

Ibid. 21 31 87012133 Made emulous missions 'mongst the gods themselves

Ibid. 3 3 876:57 In mine emulous honour, let him die, with every joint a wound

Ibid. 41 1 87810 Ences. The king enacts more wonders than a man, daring an oppofite to every danger

Richard iii. s. 41 6694138 Enact. I did enact Julius Cæfar

Hamlet. 31 2 10192123 Enafures. The violence of either grief or joy, their own enactures with themselves deltroy

Ibid. 3/ 21020/2/26 Enamour'd. They that when Richard liv'd, would have him dic are now become enamour'd on his grave

2 Henry iv.1 31 479/2/15 - Amiction is enamour'd of thy parts

Romeo and Juliet. 31 31 9851125 Encave., Do but encave yourself

Orbello.41 110681123 Enceladus. Not Enceladus, with all his threat’ning band of Typhon's brood Tit. And. (413847 1/35 Encbaf d. And yet as rough, their royal blood enchaf’d, as the rudeft wind Cymbeline. 4) 2 916 2 8 flood

Orbello. 2 11051150 Encbant. Speak Pucelle; and enchant him with thy words

i Henry vi. 3) 3) 5582/20 I will enchant the old Andronicus

Tirus Andronicus.141 41 85011 S Encbanted. Damn'd as thou art, thou hast enchanted her

Orbelio. I| 210462110 Enchantingly. Of all sorts enchantingly beloved

As You Like It. 1 1 2250/14 Encbantment. I did send, after the last enchantment, (you did hear) a ring in chace of you

Twelfth Nigbr. 3) 1 320 2 56 - And your enchantment,---worthy enough a herdsman

Winter's Tale.41 31 353|2|59 Encbantress hold thy tongue

1 Henry vi. 5 4 566:35 Encircle. Then let them all encircle him about

Merry W. of Windsor. 4. 4 Encompartment. Finding by this encompassment and drift of question

Hamlet.21 1 1009 11 4 Encounter. If the encounter acknowledge itself hereafter, it may compel him to a recompence

Meas. for Mcaf. 131 1 89/2140 Strong encounter of my amorous tale

Mucb Ado About Norbing. 1

1 124/1158 This amiable encounter

Ibid. 3) 3) 33511144 Like a most liberal villain confess'd the vile encounters they have had a thousand times in secret

Ibid. 4 : 2381119 Arm, wenches, arm! encounters mounted are against your peace Love's Lab. Lofts 2 1661243 That with your strange encounter much amaz'd me

Taming of tbe Sbrew.141 5 273|2|27 Appoints him an encounter

Alls Well. 31 7 294/2158 Will you encounter the house

Twelftb Nigbl. 31 1 320 212 Good time encounter her

Winter's Tale. 2 1 339/2/18 With what encounter so uncurrent I have strain'd, to appear thus

Ibid. 3 2 3442 8 I never heard of such another encounter, which lames report to follow it, and undoes description to do it

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A. S. P. C. L. Encounter. They encounter thee with their hearts' thanks

Macberb. 3 4 375|1152 At our lait encounter the duke of Buckingham came from his trial Hen. vii. 4 1 693 119 I am most fortunate thus accidentally to encounter you

Coriolanus. 41 31 7272153 - And the man entire upon the next encounter yiolds him ours

Jul. Cafar. 1 31 7462 36 'Till which encounter, it is my business too

Ant. and Cleopatra. 41 772 2 5 Thefe encounters so glib the tongue

Troil, and Cred: 41 5881 244 Ércountred. We were encountred by a mighty rock

Comedy of Errors.1

104 1192 Shall I, says he, that have so oft encounter'd him with scorn, write to him that I love him

Much Ado About Norbing.121 31 13011150 - You are well encounter'd here, my cousin Mowbray

2 Henry iv. 4 2 494 260 How goes the world, that I am thus encounter'd with clamorous demands of broken bonds

Timon of Atbens. 12 2 810 2/12 Encountering. Like vaffalage at unawares encount'ring the eye of majesty Tr. and Cr.3 2 87319 Encumbered. With arms encumber'd thus

Hamlet. 1 5100812129 End. You always end ere you begin

Two Gent. of Verona. 24

30110 A Nave that still an end, turns me to shame

40249 Ere you flout old ends any further

Much Ado About Norbing."

11 124/1/18 - Why the end is he hath lost a thip

Mercb.of Venice. 30 7 208 244 Let us do those ends that here were well begun, and well begot As You Like It. 5 4 24912 33 More are men's ends mark'd than their lives before

Richard ii. 2

1419/2161 Let the end try the man

2 Henry iv. 2 2 481|234 The cardinal is the end of this

Henry viii. 2 1 679 155 Let all the ends, thou aim'ft at, be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's Ibid. 3) 2 692 250 And the end ever was to do well

Ibid. 5 2 699145 I see your end, 'tis my undoing

Ibid. 5) 2699 213 And the end of it unknown to the beginning

Coriolanus.

3 1 7222 36 Only their ends you have respected

Ibid. 5 3 735116 And holp to reap the fame which he did end all his

Ibid. 1 738120 There is left us ourselves to end ourselves

Ant. and Cleop. 412 795 || 9 Were there worse end than death, that end upon them should be executed Tit. And. 21 41 840|2|50 The end crowns all

Troil. and Crep: 4, 5 88350 Gone the is to death or to dishonour; and my end can make good use of either Cym. 31 59112153 Endeavour. Use thou all the endeavour of a man

Mer. of Venice. 3 4 213160 Which went beyond all man's endeavours

Henry vii. 31 2 6901 28 Where their appointment we may best discover, and look on their endeavour

Ant. and Cleop. 14.107932,41 . Their endeavour keeps in the wonted pace

Hamlet.) 21013237 Erdav. Even all I have; ay, and myself and all, will I withal endow a child of thinc

Richard i. 4) 4 66112130 Endiwed. Though the were endowed with all that Adam had left him before he trapigrefred

Mucb Ado About Norbing. 12 T 127 2123 Endocuments. Base men by his endowments are made great

Richard ii. 2 3 4251156 Endurance. Past the endurance of a block

Mucb Ado About Norbing. 2 1 1272 10 Endymion. How the moon Neeps with Endymion, and would not be awak'd M. of Ven. s 1 220 1127 Enemy. Be able for thine enemy rather in power, than use

All's Well. 1 1 27811115 Norfolk-fo far as to mine enemy

Ricbard ii. 1

3 4181110 Why, Harry, do I tell thee of my foes, which art my near'ft and dearest enemy

i Hen. iv.13 2 46118 Now, quiet soul, depart when heaven shall please; for I have seen our enemies overthrow

Henry vi. 3 2 5581 3 I had rather kill two enemies

Richard i. 41 21 6581120 Wherein he appears, as I would with mine enemy

Hen. vi. 31 2 688/2/16 Your enemies are many and not small

Ibid. 1 698 | 5 - I know, thou hadst rather follow thine enemy in a fiery gulf, than flatter him in a bower

Coriclanus. 3) 2 723|2148 0, that men should put an enemy in their mouths, to steal away their brains 0:bello. 2) 3 1057 221 Enfeiff'd himself to popularity

1 Henry iv. 3 2. 460 216 Enferter'd. His soul is fo enfetter'd to her love, that the may make, unmake, do what the lift

Orbello.2 31105811121 Enfuldings. Seeft thou not the air of the court, in these enfoldings Winter's Tale. 4) 3 356233 Enforce his pride, and his old hate unto you

Coriolanus. 2! 3! 71812120 Enforced. Portia forgive me this enforced wrong

Merb. of Venice. 5 1 2211 54 thee! art thou king, and wilt be forc'd

3 Henry vi. 1 1! 6061 Thy mistress enforced

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A. S. P. C.L. Enforcement. Let gentleness my strong enforcement be

As You Like It.121 71 2331158 And his enforcement of the city wives

Richard ii. 31 7 654 120 - More than I have said, loving countrymen, the leisure and enforcement of the time forbids to dwell upon

Ibid. 51 3 668123 Enfruncbife. Silvia this night I will enfranchise thee

Two Gent. of Verona. 31 1 34 235 Enfrancbisement. His golden uncontrould enfranchisement

Ricbard ii. 1 3 417 118 Enfreedoming thy person

Love's Lab. Loft. 31 1156 119 Engaged. I have engag'd myself to a dear friend, engag'd my friend to his meer enemy

Merib. of Venice. 3 2 212 113 And Westmoreland, that was engag'd did hear it

i Hen.jv. sl 2 4691 47 Engender'd. And wip'd our eyes of drops that sacred pity hath engender'd As You Like It. 2 7 2331163 Engenders. Abftinence engenders maladies

Love's Labor Loft. 4 3 163211 For it engenders choler, planteth anger

Tam.of ibe Shrew.43 268 2 54 No onc, but he, should be about the king; and that engenders thunder in his breast

i Henry vi. 3) 1 555 148 The presence of a king engenders love amongst his subjects

Ibid. 31 1 556 225 Engilds. Who more engilds the night than all yon fiery O's, and eyes of light M.N.'sD. 3 2 1862 47 Engine. When he walks, he moves like an engine

Coriolanus. s 4 737 138 But let him, like an engine not portable, lie under this report Tr. and Cre]:12 3 869 242

Which like an engine, wrench'd by frame of nature, from the fix'd place Lear. 1 4 937213 Engirl. My body round engirt with misery

2 Henry vi. 31 1 585 1 32 England. The borrow'd majesty of England

K. John. " 1 3871111 characterized

Ibid. 2 139012 42 - was Geffery's right, and this is Geffery's

K. Jobr.21 1 391215 And bloody England into England gone

Ibid. 31 41 400133 How easy dost thou take all England up

Ibid. 41 31 4062 53 - And England now is left to tug, and scamble and to part by the teeth, the unow'd interest of proud swelling state

Ibid. 43 406/2/56 This England never did, nor never shall, lye at the proud foot of a conqueror, but when it first did help to wound itself

Ibid. 51 7 411261 Nought Mall make us rue if England to itself do reft but true

Ibid. 51 7411267 As were our England in reversion his, and he our subjects' next degree in hope R... 41 4192 11 Italy, whose manners still our tardy apith nation limps after in base imitation

Ibid. 2

1420 110 described by John a' Gaunt on his death bed

Ibid. 2 1420 129 Landlord of England art thou now, not king

Ibid. 2 1 42012 54 -, ftate of, compared to an uncultivated garden

Ibid. 31 41 4302 56 division of, into three parts, by the rebels Mortimer, Percy and Glendower 1 Hen. iv. 3 1 457 2 29 Nor can one England brook a double reign, of Harry Percy and the prince of Wales

Ibid. 541 471 141 O England !--model to thy inward greatness, like little body with a mighty heart 1.v.2 cb 514 1 18 That island of England breed very valiant creatures

Ibid. 31 7 526 2 26 Whose filth and dirt troubles the filver spring where England drinks 2 Henry vi. 4 1 592 119 For thereby is England maim'd and fain to go with a staff

Ibid.14 2 531153 - is safe, if true within itself

3 Henry vi. 4 1 622 21 6 like to his island, girt in with the ocean

Ibid.

8 627 154 Miserable England! I prophefy the fearful'st tiine to thee, that ever wretched are hath look'd upon

Richard i. 3 4 6522 40 hath long been mad, and scarr'd herself

Ibid. 5 4 6692 31
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Herry viii. 2 3
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Mercb. of Venice. 2 19912 51 Sure they are bastards to the English; the French ne'er got them All's Well.2 3 286 2 28 Fly noble English, you are bought and sold

K. John. 5 4 4091243 Where'er I wander, boast of this I can, though banish’d, yet a true born English

Richard :1.1 3 419 110 · I can speak English, lord, as well as you

i Henry iv. 3 1 4581 24. - This is the English not the Turkish court

2 Henry iv. 512 502219 And then give them great meals of beef, and iron and steel, they will eat like wolves and fight like devils

Henry v. 317 5262 37 That English may as French, French Englishmen, receive cach other

Inid. 5 21 5412118 fituation of, before Bourdeaux, compared to deer bounded in a pale 1 Herry vi. 412 56112 46

Superiority of the English in drinking, to the Dane, Almain and Hollander Obills. 31055214 Tinglis. That it engluts and swallows other sorrows

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A.S. P. C. L. Ang lutted. Thou art fo near the gulf, thou needs must be englutted Henry v. 4 31 5312145

- How many prodigal bits have Naves, and peasants, this night englutted Tim. of Aib. 2 2 81112152 Exgoal'd. Within my mouth you have engoald my tongue, doubly portcullis'd with my teeth and lips

Richard ii. 1 31 417 2141 Engrements. This bitter taste yields his engrosments to the ending father 2 Henry iv. 4 4 49912111 Engross. Not sleeping to engross his idle body

Rick. ii. 31 21 654 2136 Engrcfed opportunities to meet her

Merry Wives of H’ind. 2 5512/42 Engritet. If thou engrofseft, all the griefs are thine, thou robbeft me of a moiety All's W.3 2 291122 Engresing. A dateless bargain to engrossing death

Romeo and Julier. 51 3 9961119 Enjg d. Neither can be enjoy'd, if both remain alive

Lear. S 11 9612 50 Enkisd. That, trusted home, might yet enkindle you unto the crown

Macbetb. 1 3 36512/24 Enlard. That were to enlard his fat-already pride

Troilo and Croj: 21 31 8701151 Enlarge your griefs and I will give you audience

Julius Cæsar. 4 2 75812143 Enlargement. Yet you are curb'd from that enlargement by the cor Sequence othe

Cymbeline. 2 31 9052/43 Ermefl. And out of her own goodness make the net that shall enmesh them all Othello. 2 3.1058 2. 4 Enmity. 'Tis death to me to be at enmity

Richard iri. 2

1644216 And wage against the enmity o' the air

Lear. 21 4 945 7 Ennobled. Who, so ennobled, is as 'twere born so

All's Well.21 31 287 153 Encbarbus, Domitius. D. P.

Ant. and Cleop.

767 Enarmity. In what enormity is Marcius poor, that you two have not in abundance Cor. 2 1 712 120 Enormous. And Mall find time from this enormous state

Lear. 2 94251 Errugb. No, 'tis not so deep as a well, nor so wide as a church door; but 'tis enough

Romeo and Julie:. 31 9822 23 Empearced. I am too sore empearced with his shaft, to soar with his light feathers 16.11 41 972132 Enrapt. And I myself am like a prophet suddenly enrapt

Troilo and Creil: 51 31 888114 Enridged sea

957139 Enrings. The female ivy so enrings the barky fingers of the elm Mid. Night's Dream. 4. 1901 Enrobe the roaring waters with my filks

M.of Venice. 1 I 197|2|13 Eærelld penalties

Meas. for Meal: 1 31 781131 Enfebeduled. Whose tenours and particular effects you have, enschedul'd briefly, in your hands

Henry v. 5) 2 538 2146 Enscoace. And yet you, rogue, will ensconce your rags

Merry Woof Wind. 2 2 - I will ensconce me behind the arras Ensconcing ourselves into seeming knowledge, when we should submit ourselves to an unknown fear

All's Well. 2/ 3/ 28512 51 Erfear thy fertile and conceptious womb

Timon of Arbens.41 3 821249 Ershield. These black marks proclaim an enshield beauty ten-times louder than beauty could display'd

Meas. for Meal

41 Exforines. Burgundy enshrines thee in his heart

i Henry vi. 31 2 5581 14 Enpgn. Let a Roman and a British ensign wave friendly together

Cymbeline. 51 592812 20 Erky'd. I hold you as a thing en sky'd and sainted

Meal. for Meas. 5 7911145 Ersnar'd. Demand that demi-devil why he hath thus ensnar'd my soul and body Orbello. 51 211079129 Entale. We do enstate and widow you withal

Meas. for Meal. 1 1012 47 Enfteep'd. Traitors en teep'd to clog the guiltless keel

Orbello.12 1 1052 124 Exsue. Let not to-morrow then ensue to-day

Ricbard ii. 2

11 421228 Entcrcbange. This enterchange of love, I here proteft, upon my part shall be inviolable

Ricbard iii. 2 1 6441 36 Enterprize. She'll take the enterprize upon her, father, if you advise it Meas. for Mcaf. 4 1 931153 Do not ftain the even virtue of our enterprize

Julius Cæfar. 2 1 7481-19 Entertain. O noble English that could entertain with half their forces the full pride of France

Henry v. 1 2 512 12 But entertain it, and though you think me poor, I am the man, will give thee all the world

Ant. and Cleop.121717802154 Entertained. For they have entertained cause enough to draw their swords

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1 7741123 Entertainment. I spy entertainment in her

M. W. of Winif. " 3 491135 · Have a care of your entertainments

Ibid. 415 · Advis'd him for the entertainment of death

Meal for Mias: 32 92119 · If that love or gold, can in this desert place buy entertainment As You Like Ir. 2 41 23911146 - He must think us some band of Itrangers i' the adversarics entertainment All's Well. 4 295 37

The centurions and their charges distinctly billetted, already in the entertainment Cor. 41 31 72813 - Set your entertainments at a higher rate, than a command to parley

Hamlet. I 3 1005|2|13 - The queen defires you to use some gentle entertainment to Laertes, before you fall to play

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Orbello. 3) 3 1062]1/41 Entbron’d. Cleopatra and himself in chairs of gold were publickly enthron’d A. and C. 3 61 784 9 55 Entbralled. So is mine eye enthralled to thy shape

Mid. Night's Dream. 31 1184/21 1 Entire point

Lear. 1 1) 9312 56 Entrails. Old, cold, wither'd, and of intolerable entrails Merry W. of Windsor.1515 72 248 - And Mews the ragged entrails of this pit

Tirus Andronicus. 2 41 840127 Entrance. For an entrance to my entertainment

Taming of the Sbrew./2 1 260 2/10 No more the thirsty entrance of this foil thall daub her lips with her own children's blood

i Henry iv. 1 441123 Entrap. Sought to entrap me by intelligence

Ibid.41 31 4671): The fraud of England, not the force of Frånce, hath now entrapt the noble-minded Talbot

· Henry vi. 4 41 562245 Entreat. The general state, I fear, can scarce entreat you to be odd with him T. and C. 41 5 883235 Entreated. The queen is at your house, for heaven's fake, fairly let her be entreated

Richard . 31 1 426 146 Entreaties. When for a day of king's entreaties, a mother would not sell him an hour from her beholding

Coriolanus. 1 31 70612157 Entrencb'd. One captain Spurio with his cicatrioe, an emblem of war, here on his finister cheek; it was this very sword entrench'd it

All's Well. 2 1 2831213 Envellop. The best and wholesomeft fpirits of the night envellop you Meas. for Meas:|4) 2

Leaving his body as a paradise, to envelop and contain celestial spirits Henry v. 1 il 510138 Envenom him with words

K. Yobn. 31 1 3962 31 This report of his did Hamlet fo envenom with his envy

Hamlet. 4 7 1032739 Envious. Can heaven be so envious

Romeo and Julier. 3 2 9841122 Environed with wolves

3 Henry vi. 1 1 6061/15 Envy. Stands at a guard with Envy

Mcaf. for Meal 1 478 259 And that no lawful means can carry me out of his Envy's reach Mer. of Ven. 4) 1 21411161 But no metal can, no, not the hangman's ax, bear half the keenness of thy sharp envy

Ibid.

4 2 215245 By Envy's hand and Murder's bloody axe

Ricbard ii. I 2 4152135 Rival-hating Envy

Ibid. 1 31 417 25 If he out-live the envy of this day

1 Henry iv. 2 4691211 As lean-fac'd Envy in her loathsome cave

2 Henry vi. 3! 2 590 11 1 Exempt from envy, but not from disdain

3 Henry vi. 31 31 620 2 135 - No black Envy Mall make my grave

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16801112 Men that make Envy, and crooked Malice, nourishment, dare bite the best Ibid. 5 2 699 153 Advanc'd above pale Envy's threatning reach

Tit. Andron. 2 1 836 0 19 = Thou art as full of envy at his greatness as Cerberus is at Proserpina's beauty

Troilus and Crel: 2 1 865237 What Envy can say worst, shall be a mock for his truth

Ibid. 2 873 214 Thou core of Envy

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Ibid. 51884148 Envy'd. From time to time 'envy'd againft the people

Coriolanus. 3) 31 7252 23 Enwheel. The grace of heaven, before, behind thee, and on every hand, enwheel thee round

Orbello. 2 1 1052 1 43 Envombed. I am your mother; and put you in the catalogue of those that were en wombed mine

All's Well.1 3 2812 52 Enwraps. Though ’tis wonder that enwraps me thus, yet 'tis not madness Tw. Nigbl. 41 31 328213 Epbehan. It is thine hoft, thine Ephesian, calls

Merry Wives of Windjer. 4 5 Epbefians, my lord, of the old church

2 Henry iv. 2 2 4822 22 Epbefus. Sir, I Mall have law in Ephesus

Comedy of Errors. 4 1 113'1301 Epicures. Then fly, false Thanes, and mingle with the Englich epicures Macberb. 53 384 137 Epicurean rascal

M. W. of Windfor. 2 2

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Ant. and Cleop.21 1773 2 49 · Epicurus. You know that I held Epicurus strong, and his opinion Julius Cæfar.s 762 244 Epidamnum. By prosperous voyages I often made to Epidamnum Comedy of Errors. I 1 103 2115

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4 1 113.1 331 Epidaurus. of Corinth that, of Epidaurus this

104 134 Epigram. Dost thou think I care for a satire or epigram Mucb Ado About Norbing. 1514 146 2|28. Epileply. My lord is fallen into an epilepsy; this is his second fit

Oibello. 4) 1 1067 2 27 Epilepric. A plague upon your epileptic visage

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