carat vs caret vs karat vs carrot

carat caret karat carrot

Definitions

  • 1) A unit of weight for precious stones and pearls, equivalent to 200 milligrams.
  • 2) A measure of the purity of gold, pure gold being 24 carats.
  • 3) Formerly, any of several units of weight, varying from 189 to 212 mg, the weight of a carob seed.
  • 4) A unit of weight for precious stones, equal to 200 milligrams.
  • 5) A twenty-fourth part; -- a term used in estimating the proportionate fineness of gold.
  • 6) The weight by which precious stones and pearls are weighed.
  • 7) a unit of weight for precious stones = 200 mg
  • 8) Hence A twenty-fourth part: specifically used in expressing the fineness of gold when used as jewelry.
  • 9) A unit of weight for precious stones, divided by jewelers into 4 grains, called diamond-grains, but equal to about 3⅙ troy grains, 151½ English carats being taken as equal to an ounce troy.
  • 10) An old weight equal to a scruple, or the twenty-fourth part of an ounce troy.
  • 11) An Arabian coin of base silver, current in Mecca, Medina, and Mocha.
  • 12) A unit of mass formerly used in various countries for weighing gold.
  • 13) Often abbreviated car. or K.
  • 14) Totryorrefine(gold).
  • 15) To try or refine (gold).

Definitions

  • 1) graphical user interface An indicator, often a blinking line or bar, indicating where the next insertion or other edit will take place. Also called a cursor.
  • 2) A kind of turtle, the hawksbill.
  • 3) nonstandard A háček.
  • 4) A proofreading symbol (⁁) used to indicate where something is to be inserted in a line of printed or written matter.
  • 5) A mark [^] used by writers and proof readers to indicate that something is interlined above, or inserted in the margin, which belongs in the place marked by the caret.
  • 6) (Zoöl.) The hawkbill turtle. See hawkbill.
  • 7) a mark used by an author or editor to indicate where something is to be inserted into a text
  • 8) A name of the hawkbill sea-turtle, Eretmochelys imbricata.
  • 9) A mark (∧) used in writing, in correcting printers' proofs, etc., to indicate the proper place of something that is interlined or written in the margin.

Definitions

  • 1) US A unit of fineness or concentration of gold equalling 1/24 part of gold in an alloy.
  • 2) A unit of measure for the fineness of gold, equal to 1/24 part. Pure gold is 24 karat; gold that is 50 percent pure is 12 karat.
  • 3) the unit of measurement for the proportion of gold in an alloy; 18-karat gold is 75 2.122e-314old; 24-karat gold is pure gold.
  • 4) See carat.

Definitions

  • 1) A shade of orange similar to the flesh of carrots.
  • 2) A vegetable with a nutritious, juicy, orange, sweet root, Daucus carota in the family Apiaceae.
  • 3) A motivational tool.
  • 4) The usually tapering, elongate, fleshy orange root of this plant, eaten as a vegetable.
  • 5) A reward offered for desired behavior; an inducement.
  • 6) A biennial Eurasian plant (Daucus carota subsp. sativus) in the parsley family, widely cultivated as an annual for its edible taproot.
  • 7) Queen Anne's lace.
  • 8) The esculent root of cultivated varieties of the plant, usually spindle-shaped, and of a reddish yellow color.
  • 9) (Bot.) An umbelliferous biennial plant (Daucus Carota), of many varieties.
  • 10) deep orange edible root of the cultivated carrot plant
  • 11) promise of reward as in
  • 12) perennial plant widely cultivated as an annual in many varieties for its long conical orange edible roots; temperate and tropical regions
  • 13) orange root; important source of carotene
  • 14) A solid round piece of rock, cut out in a hole made by a machine-drill: called in the United States, and often in England, a core.
  • 15) plural Rolls of tobacco formed by placing the moist prepared leaves together in large handfuls, and winding about them grasses or strips of dry fibrous wood, thus partially consolidating the leaves, so that they require only to be ground, or rasped and sifted, to make the finest and purest snuff, called rappee.
  • 16) plural [From the resemblance of color.] Yellowish-red hair on a human being.
  • 17) The tap-root of Daucus Carota, cultivated for the table and for cattle.
  • 18) The common name of plants of the umbelliferous genus Daucus, the best-known species, D. Carota, yielding in cultivation the vegetable of the same name.
  • 19) Among furriers, to dress, as a pelt, by rubbing a preparation into it designed to preserve it from the ravages of insects.
  • 20) To prepare, for felting purposes, plucked fur on skins by subjecting it to a solution of quicksilver and nitric acid or chlorid of mercury, and then drying it by exposure to the open air or by artificial heat, the former method of drying producing a whitish color (white carrot), and the latter method a yellowish color (yellow carrot).

Examples

  • 1) Shame the purple carrots aren't carat gold.
  • 2) Each has a 24 carat fine gold thread winding around it.
  • 3) Cut is the shape, carat is the weight and clarity is the number of flaws.
  • 4) A carat is 1/5 of a gram and about the size of a pink pearl eraser on a number-two pencil.
  • 5) The first of these is referred to as the carat, which is a measurement of the weight.
  • 6) - A carat is the unit of measure used to gauge the weight of precious stones, including diamonds.
  • 7) Cibao, from which the mines of Cibao are named, whence comes that famous gold, superior in carat, which is held in great esteem here.
  • 8) It is critical that you consider the carat weight of the gold jewellery you are considering and when comparing costs, ensure you are comparing fourteen carat gold jewellery, and not twelve carat, which is even less pure.
  • 9) ‘For gold, high karats mean intense color but less durability.’
  • 10) ‘Ninety percent of the store's offerings are gilded in 22 to 23 karats or 12-karat white gold, according to Carroll.’
  • 11) ‘Dubbed, ‘the man with the golden flute’, because of well, his fourteen karat gold flute encrusted with diamonds, Sir James Galway has a storied musical career.’
  • 12) ‘His pens start at about $100 for a German-made Rotting 800 with a 14 karat gold broad nib, which he machined to give it a calligraphic tip.’
  • 13) ‘It was a fourteen karat gold band that was adorned with one large diamond in the center that was accented with one sapphire on either side of the diamond.’
  • 14) ‘On a fourteen karat gold chain was a pendant with a design on it.’
  • 15) ‘The ring came out then, one and a quarter karats of diamonds set in fourteen carat gold.’
  • 16) ‘As for the vital stats of the bauble, it is bejewelled with 8,000 diamonds weighing 200 karats, set in over a kilo of 18 - karat pink gold.’
  • 17) ‘Ornate gold necklaces, heavily engraved gold bangles and gold sovereigns - eight grams of pure 22 - karat gold - dance across the television screen.’
  • 18) ‘It is not accidental that one of the largest segments of India's retail sector is jewelry, or that the standard gold content of items sold there is 22 karats.’
  • 19) ‘Opening it, he showed her a beautiful diamond, surrounded by 14 karat white gold.’
  • 20) ‘This was a coin with a guaranteed weight of 8 grammes of 22 - karat gold.’
  • 21) ‘He didn't need to ask to know that the gold was not leaf, but real gold, most likely twenty-four karats.’
  • 22) ‘Gold's purity is expressed either as fineness or in karats.’
  • 23) ‘But here's the ultimate: an 18 - karat gold, jewel-studded teddy bear holding a pocket watch that actually chimes every hour.’
  • 24) ‘In 1997, a Milanese sculptor designed a new, 18 - karat gold trophy - unimaginatively named the FIFA World Cup trophy.’
  • 25) ‘The prizes were the medallion, which was real 18 - karat gold back then, a check for $1,000, and a Yamaha 500 motorcycle.’
  • 26) ‘The spike, 69 inches long, was similarly computer-designed and machined, in stainless steel plated with 24 - karat gold.’
  • 27) ‘The 10-inch Bowie knife depicts the bighorn sheep in its native range and is etched and highlighted with 24 - karat gold, copper and silver.’
  • 28) ‘And the store features a line of fine body jewelry - belly button and nose studs - in 14 karat white and yellow gold and sterling silver.’
  • 29) ‘Within the gem trade, however, especially among those who deal with diamonds, it is one of the ever-cute 4 Cs: color, clarity, cut, and carats, or carat weight.’
  • 30) ‘However, one does not need to be an expert on the Hope Diamond to know that its correct weight is 45.52 carats, a weight that has been accurately reported in reputable scholarly publications for most of the latter half of the last century.’
  • 31) ‘They have finally finished their masterpiece: a necklace that is made up of diamonds with a total weight of 2800 carats!’
  • 32) ‘In South Africa, De Beers is forecasting to up production from 12 million carats to 14 million carats with the group's Venetia mine expected to up output from 6.6 million carats to 7.4 million carats.’
  • 33) ‘It was ‘downsized’ from its original 186 carats to 105.6 carat oval-shaped stone and it currently adorns the Crown of the Queen Mother.’
  • 34) ‘Good brown macle twins up to several carats in weight have been available in recent years from the Udachnaya mine.’
  • 35) ‘I looked at her Neimann-Marcus suit and carats upon carats of diamonds and considered how we must look standing there together, me in Reeboks and jeans, gray sweatshirt and red Polartec vest.’
  • 36) ‘It was composed of a precious pink sapphire of 20.35 carats, several sapphires, colourful diamonds and natural pearls.’
  • 37) ‘Speaking in an interview in Lusaka yesterday, she said Zambian gemstones were fetching five dollars per carat, equivalent of five grammes, on the West African market.’
  • 38) ‘Proud inheritor of the magnificent De Beers diamond, at 234.5 metric carats, one of the world's largest, he got Cartier of Paris to create a spectacular five-stringed necklace shaped like a bib to showcase it.’
  • 39) ‘The 4 Cs are the characteristics that determine a diamond's value: cut, clarity, colour and carat (weight).’
  • 40) ‘Considered ‘priceless’, it has an unspecified weight of between two and five carats, according to the British Gemological Institute.’
  • 41) ‘Total weight of these additional diamonds is 163 carats.’
  • 42) ‘Larger stones of a carat to three carat still come largely from Israel and Antwerp, and the proportion of Indians selling such stones, though growing, is still small.’
  • 43) ‘Most people cannot tell the difference between a ruby and a garnet, which is worth considerably less carat for carat.’
  • 44) ‘Proctor also describes a 34.7 kg crystal (dubbed the ‘Marta Rocha’ crystal) which ultimately yielded 57,200 carats of dark blue aquamarine.’
  • 45) ‘The star lot is a large solitaire diamond weighing 4.50 carats.’
  • 46) ‘While India processes 120 million carats of diamonds a year, China, on the other hand, does 2.4 million carats which translated into diamond sales is $740 million.’
  • 47) ‘GCD is Ghana's main diamond producer and the strike is said to be stopping an average daily output of 500 carats of diamonds worth US $12,500.’
  • 48) ‘The diamond weighs 103.83 carats, is about the size of a walnut and is expected to fetch between £5 and £6m when it goes under the hammer in Geneva next month.’

Examples

  • 1) A caret is a proofreader's symbol, indicating where words or letters are to be inserted.
  • 2) "Terror indeed," thought I. "Pannum nossum quotditty hamminum da nobs holyday, e missy nobs debitty nossa si cut nos demittimissibus debetenibas nossimus e, ne, nos hem-duckam in, in, in temptationemum, sed lillibery nos a ma -- ma --" Here a heavy lash brought the very Oh! that was "caret" to complete the sentence.
  • 3) a heavy lash brought the very Oh! that was "caret" to complete the sentence.
  • 4) Note, that the Chinese do not make their forgeries from the same caret of gold or silver as the originals.
  • 5) Monster neon signs, big, blow-up gorillas floating above the used cars outside; sleek, halogen-spotted showrooms where new cars look like thousand caret diamonds in an oversized jewelry store.
  • 6) But David Cameron says there is room for cooperation on such issues as education and the environment, and he held out the caret of at least, perhaps, discussing what the Lib Dems really want - voting reform and a switch to proportional representation.
  • 7) caret Browsing: This works like moving the caret in a Word doc.
  • 8) The wear 4 caret size pearl stone studded in silver ring (open setting) on your small finger on any Monday during evening time.
  • 9) ‘In fact, there is a linguistic analog: the use of carets, superscripts, and footnotes - all vertical operations - to embed new information in a finished text.’
  • 10) ‘Not only do I underscore; I use brackets, carets, and braces; I annotate all four margins and I copiously turn down the edges (both top and bottom) of certain especially memorable pages.’
  • 11) ‘A dart (>) marks the last nucleotide for each gene and indicates the direction of transcription; nucleotides participating in termination codons of protein-coding genes are underscored with carets.’
  • 12) ‘But what's even better is Pikachu's tough side, which his animators represent simply by transforming the pocket monster's normally circular mouth into a caret (the ^ symbol) to illustrate his competitiveness.’
  • 13) ‘If used inside brackets, the caret is interpreted as the negation operator.’
  • 14) ‘A caret mark appears between the words ‘paid’ and ‘to’ and the words ‘in cash’ are inserted.’
  • 15) ‘Some of it gets through though - this is because subject titles are ‘cleverly’ crafted so that the spam filter doesn't recognise them (putting a full stop or caret in a word seems to work occasionally)’

Examples

  • 1) Whenever gold is purchased, sold, or even discussed, the term karat weight seems to tag along with it.
  • 2) Vronsky, Anna Karenina's faithless lover, is from the Russian voron, ` raven, 'and Karenina is from the word karat ` to punish.'
  • 3) Also, that dental gold is more than 15-karat, which is, sadly, better quality than most of the jewelry I own.
  • 4) A karat is a measure of the portion of pure gold in an alloy.
  • 5) The mystique surrounding words such as karat and carat most probably survives from the days of the Old World craftsmen.
  • 6) ‘Ninety percent of the store's offerings are gilded in 22 to 23 karats or 12 - karat white gold, according to Carroll.’
  • 7) ‘As for the vital stats of the bauble, it is bejewelled with 8,000 diamonds weighing 200 karats, set in over a kilo of 18 - karat pink gold.’
  • 8) ‘Ornate gold necklaces, heavily engraved gold bangles and gold sovereigns - eight grams of pure 22 - karat gold - dance across the television screen.’
  • 9) ‘For gold, high karats mean intense color but less durability.’
  • 10) ‘‘Belladonna’ measures 40 by 32 inches and will be released in a paper and a canvas edition - both are hand embellished by the artist with 24 karat solid gold.’
  • 11) ‘Opening it, he showed her a beautiful diamond, surrounded by 14 karat white gold.’
  • 12) ‘This was a coin with a guaranteed weight of 8 grammes of 22 - karat gold.’
  • 13) ‘‘Because, Adam, this ‘little strip of metal’ is thirty-six karat gold,’ she stated matter-of-factly, and I glared at her.’
  • 14) ‘This piece features two small Plexiglas boxes set on a high pedestal, each containing five bullets of different gauges with rounded or pointed heads, which the artist had cast in 22 - karat gold.’
  • 15) ‘The spike, 69 inches long, was similarly computer-designed and machined, in stainless steel plated with 24 - karat gold.’
  • 16) ‘The 10-inch Bowie knife depicts the bighorn sheep in its native range and is etched and highlighted with 24 - karat gold, copper and silver.’
  • 17) ‘The statuette is made from the alloy Britannia and electroplated in copper, nickel, and silver, then hand-dipped in 24 - karat gold.’
  • 18) ‘They are framed in hand-gilded, 22 - karat gold and include a blue-green lacquer insert to highlight the beauty of the flowers.’
  • 19) ‘Look for surgical-grade steel, titanium, 14-or 18 - karat gold, or a metal called niobium.’
  • 20) ‘Jerry designed the enormous frames, which are all hand-carved, layered with red clay and water gilded with 22 - karat gold.’
  • 21) ‘As a final touch, the serigraphs were accented with 24 - karat gold.’
  • 22) ‘The weights - made of zinc and plated with 24 - karat gold - are non-magnetic and durable.’
  • 23) ‘Hers is an 18 - karat gold ring with a ruby or other precious stone.’
  • 24) ‘A lower karat number indicates a lower percentage of true gold mixed together with a higher percentage of added metals, which makes, nicely enough, for a stronger ring.’
  • 25) ‘The base itself is made up of a near-transparent orange shell, and a 21 karat plated copper base.’

Examples

  • 1) Add the chopped potatoes and carrots and stir to coat with the oil.
  • 2) Halve any larger carrots vertically to make sure all are a similar size.
  • 3) Cut the tofu into 2cm cubes and peel the carrot lengthways into long ribbons.
  • 4) Roast them in a hot oven with vegetables such as carrots, celery and onion.
  • 5) Also add chopped, raw vegetables such as carrot sticks and cherry tomatoes to munch on.
  • 6) Add the onion, celery and carrot and stir until the onion is translucent.
  • 7) Add the carrots and celery and cook for a further 5 minutes.
  • 8) Clean eating doesn't mean scrubbing your carrots extra hard or not spilling half your food down your front.
  • 9) Peel and chop the carrots.
  • 10) OK, lots of carrot cakes.
  • 11) Finely chop the onion and dice the carrot.
  • 12) The amount in carrots and other vegetables is very small.
  • 13) Place the carrots in a large baking tray and sit the beef on top.
  • 14) Have a bowl of carrot and celery sticks handy to nibble on.
  • 15) Blend the cooked carrots with the orange juice and a little formula.
  • 16) Take the carrot cake out of the fridge for half an hour before serving.
  • 17) Chop the carrot into small chunks and add to the frying pan.
  • 18) The compost will allow pupils to grow the carrots and potatoes in pots.
  • 19) Add celery and carrot and cook for around five minutes.
  • 20) For dessert try cherry crumble or carrot cake.
  • 21) While they do prefer sweeter vegetables like carrots to bitter foods they do not have great taste discrimination.
  • 22) They include a fruit and veg puree that is packaged in a carrot orange colour and lists carrot as first ingredient.
  • 23) Serve the lamb with the potatoes, carrots and extra mint jelly.
  • 24) Throw in the carrots, potatoes and celery and bring to a simmer.
  • 25) Now they're offering the carrot instead.
  • 26) Stir the onion until translucent, then add chopped celery and carrot.
  • 27) Meanwhile, cut the celeriac and carrots into large chunks.
  • 28) They've peeled carrots and potatoes and helped make dinner.
  • 29) This can be dealt with by streaming, separation and big sticks - the carrot is a good job after all the hard work and pain.
  • 30) The judge, standing in the role of stern and concerned father, holds what he calls the carrot and the hammer over defendants.
  • 31) But what they call a carrot, town leaders see as a stick: The more autonomy you exercise, the less money you get.
  • 32) If the carrot is cut before being boiled, the surface area becomes much greater – and so the loss of nutrients is increased.
  • 33) A favourite in carrot and pumpkin cakes, or added to the custard mixture of coconut ice cream.
  • 34) The guy dressed as a carrot is none other than Peter Asher, half of Peter and Gordon and famous producer.
  • 35) The carrot is the price, broadly in line with the recent trading range.
  • 36) They do a good job of separating the carrot from the stick.
  • 37) The carrot is said to be particularly effect aphrodisiac for men.
  • 38) ‘Besides carrots, other root vegetables include turnips, parsnips, radishes, beets and rutabagas.’
  • 39) ‘The accompanying vegetables, peas, carrots and broccoli disappointed a little because they seemed to be overcooked.’
  • 40) ‘It came with seasonal vegetables including cauliflower, carrots, new potatoes and sliced courgettes.’
  • 41) ‘The vegetables, a collection of boiled potatoes, carrots, broccoli, courgette and tomato, were well cooked.’
  • 42) ‘Use a vegetable peeler to remove colorful strips from squash, carrots or zucchini and sprinkle them on a plain-looking entrée.’
  • 43) ‘While liver is the best source of vitamin A, excellent vegetable sources are carrots, cabbage and broccoli.’
  • 44) ‘You just brown the meatballs, then add some vegetables, like grated carrot, some more onion, a bit of finely chopped celery, capsicum, whatever.’
  • 45) ‘And if you don't have the time to slice your own cucumber or red pepper, it's easier than ever to grab a bag of baby carrots or sugar snap peas or some salad bar veggies.’
  • 46) ‘On the side was a dish of crispy roast potatoes and mixed vegetables - carrots, mange tout, leeks and aubergine, drizzled in oil and still maintaining their bite.’
  • 47) ‘As carotene, it is found in green vegetables, carrots and yellow/orange fruits such as peaches.’
  • 48) ‘Dr. Lanou suggests eating sweet potatoes, green beans, corn, carrots and other vegetables that are agreeable to almost everyone.’
  • 49) ‘Cut-up onions, Brussels sprouts, baby carrots, green beans, snap peas and cherry tomatoes are all good candidates.’
  • 50) ‘All our dishes came with tureens of roast potatoes, new potatoes, carrots, broccoli, Brussels sprouts and green beans tossed with bacon bits.’
  • 51) ‘The vegetable idli has carrots and beans in it to improve its taste and appearance.’
  • 52) ‘The meals came served with two dishes of vegetables to share, one of broccoli, carrots, and courgettes with a tomato sauce, and one of sliced potato in a light white sauce, which all tasted fresh.’
  • 53) ‘Sweet potatoes, squash, broccoli, cantaloupe, carrots and apricots are just a few of the foods rich in vitamin A.’
  • 54) ‘Add broccoli, carrots and green onions and stir-fry 2 minutes.’
  • 55) ‘Fruits and vegetables include onions, carrots, plums, pears, grapes, apricots, and all kinds of melons and squashes.’
  • 56) ‘The vegetables include creamed cauliflower, mashed potato, roast potato, carrots, peas, Brussels sprouts and cabbage.’
  • 57) ‘Derek had made grilled cheese on his signature sourdough and vegetable stir-fry with carrots, broccoli, parsnips and burdock!’
  • 58) ‘Once grown, the plants are difficult to transplant because of their long taproots - parsley is in the carrot family.’
  • 59) ‘The hand weeding can be combined with thinning in the case of the vegetables that require it, such as lettuce, carrots and Florence fennel.’
  • 60) ‘In addition, biennial weeds such as musk thistle, wild carrot, and burdock should be eliminated before establishing forage.’
  • 61) ‘Plant seeds of beets, carrots, leeks, onions, peas, radishes, and turnips.’
  • 62) ‘Middle to late August is a good time to plant carrots, beets, snap beans and lettuce.’
  • 63) ‘Make successional sowings of beetroot, carrots, lettuce, radish and turnips.’
  • 64) ‘Phytoestrogens are found in plants, like carrots and broccoli and spinach, and limit the effect of estrogen on the body.’
  • 65) ‘Sow peas, carrots, cabbages and broccoli in the vegetable plot.’
  • 66) ‘When we moved out of the town to a house which wasn't even in a village, my Dad grew lots of his own vegetables - potatoes, carrots, beans etc.’
  • 67) ‘The club has grown a wide variety of vegetables and herbs including carrots, Brussels sprouts and beetroot, as well as tomatoes and cucumbers in the greenhouse.’
  • 68) ‘He'll sow broccoli, cauliflower and carrots directly into prepared garden soil in September.’
  • 69) ‘We then asked ourselves which approach was actually preferable to persuade them: the carrot or the stick?’
  • 70) ‘For juveniles in this category, the Youth Drug Court Program offers both a carrot and a stick.’
  • 71) ‘I do support a carrot and a stick approach, in terms of encouraging firstly, more healthy lifestyles and more healthy living.’
  • 72) ‘On the economic front, it can offer stick and carrot.’
  • 73) ‘This deal would offer big carrots and threaten a big stick.’
  • 74) ‘It's a balancing act though because if the incentives are too generous, they could undermine the carrots being offered for GPs to work in the country.’
  • 75) ‘The point is, you must approach it with the carrot and the stick.’
  • 76) ‘The minister warned yesterday a carrot and stick approach may be needed to change the mindset of many leisure craft operators and users.’
  • 77) ‘Can't get your head around the old carrot and stick approach, John?’
  • 78) ‘However, a carrot and stick approach to traffic management doesn't work if only the stick is employed.’
  • 79) ‘Most schools use a carrot and stick approach and we think this is the best way to do it.’
  • 80) ‘But society uses both carrots and sticks to encourage parents to provide continuity of care.’
  • 81) ‘Obviously, tensions are on the upswing here, but how do we balance between a carrot and a stick approach?’
  • 82) ‘The fourth variant of coercive diplomacy is the carrot and stick approach.’
  • 83) ‘There need to be carrots not just sticks if people are to be persuaded to leave their car at home.’
  • 84) ‘This will cost more than the government would like, which is why we are being offered the carrot of a salary increase to accept the status quo.’
  • 85) ‘The carrot being offered was special excise tax, but it was not enough.’
  • 86) ‘Chile has been offered the carrot of a more favourable free trade agreement.’
  • 87) ‘When you have to offer a huge carrot to those who are supposed to obey you, something has to be wrong.’
  • 88) ‘American officials say they prefer a carrot rather than a stick approach.’
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