click vs clique

click clique

Definitions

  • 1) Alternative spelling of klick.
  • 2) The act of pressing a button on a computer mouse.
  • 3) phonetics An ingressive sound made by coarticulating a velar or uvular closure with another closure.
  • 4) Sound made by a dolphin.
  • 5) this sense?) The term used to show approval, acceptance, or general agreement.
  • 6) UK, dialect The latch of a door.
  • 7) A brief, sharp, not particularly loud, relatively high-pitched sound produced by the impact something small and hard against something hard, such as by the operation of a switch, a lock or a latch, or a finger pressed against the thumb and then released to strike the hand.
  • 8) phonetics An ingressive sound made by coarticulating a velar or uvular closure with another closure.
  • 9) The act of operating a switch, etc., so that it clicks.
  • 10) UK, dialect The latch of a door.
  • 11) A detent, pawl, or ratchet, such as that which catches the cogs of a ratchet wheel to prevent backward motion.
  • 12) Computers An instance of pressing down and releasing a button on a pointing device, such as a mouse.
  • 13) Computers An instance of pressing down and releasing a button on a pointing device, such as a mouse.
  • 14) Linguistics Any of various implosive stops, such as that of English tsk, produced by raising the back of the tongue to make contact with the palate and simultaneously closing the lips or touching the teeth or alveolar ridge with the tip and sides of the tongue, and found as phonemic consonants especially in the Khoisan and some Bantu languages.
  • 15) A mechanical device, such as a pawl, that snaps into position.
  • 16) Linguistics Any of various implosive stops, such as that of English tsk, produced by raising the back of the tongue to make contact with the palate and simultaneously closing the lips or touching the teeth or alveolar ridge with the tip and sides of the tongue, and found as phonemic consonants especially in the Khoisan and some Bantu languages.
  • 17) A brief, sharp sound.
  • 18) A detent, pawl, or ratchet, as that which catches the cogs of a ratchet wheel to prevent backward motion. See Illust. of ratched wheel.
  • 19) Prov. Eng. The latch of a door.
  • 20) A kind of articulation used by the natives of Southern Africa, consisting in a sudden withdrawal of the end or some other portion of the tongue from a part of the mouth with which it is in contact, whereby a sharp, clicking sound is produced. The sounds are four in number, and are called cerebral, palatal, dental, and lateral clicks or clucks, the latter being the noise ordinarily used in urging a horse forward.
  • 21) A slight sharp noise, such as is made by the cocking of a pistol.
  • 22) Prov. Eng. The latch of a door.
  • 23) A cluck-like sound, used in the alphabets of certain languages, especially the Hottentot and neighboring tongues in South Africa.
  • 24) The latch of a door.
  • 25) In machinery, a small bar which moves backward and forward, and at every forward stroke enters the teeth of a ratchet-wheel or rack, which it pushes forward, leaving it at rest during the backward stroke. Also called clicker.
  • 26) A small sharp sound: as, the click of a latch; the click of a pistol.
  • 27) transitive To cause to make a click, eg to operate (a switch, etc) so that it makes a click.
  • 28) intransitive To emit a click.
  • 29) intransitive To click the left button of a computer mouse while pointing.
  • 30) transitive To select a software item using, usually, but not always, the pressing of a mouse button.
  • 31) transitive (direct and indirect) To press and release (a button on a computer mouse).
  • 32) transitive To cause to make a click, eg to operate (a switch, etc) so that it makes a click.
  • 33) intransitive To emit a click.
  • 34) intransitive To get on well.
  • 35) transitive, advertising To visit a web site.
  • 36) intransitive To click the left button of a computer mouse while pointing.
  • 37) transitive, advertising To visit a web site.
  • 38) intransitive To make sense suddenly.
  • 39) intransitive To make sense suddenly.
  • 40) intransitive To get on well.
  • 41) transitive To select a software item using, usually, but not always, the pressing of a mouse button.
  • 42) transitive (direct and indirect) To press and release (a button on a computer mouse).
  • 43) To make a small sharp sound, or a succession of weak sharp sounds, as by a gentle blow; tick.
  • 44) To snatch; clutch: as, he clicked it out o' my hands.
  • 45) To move with a clicking sound.
  • 46) To overreach, as a horse, and strike the front of the hind foot against the shoe of the fore foot, making a clicking sound.
  • 47) Sometimes spelled klick.
  • 48) To press down and release a button on (a pointing device).
  • 49) To become clear; fall into place.
  • 50) To be a great success.
  • 51) Computers To press down and release a button on a pointing device in order to select an item on a display screen or activate a command or function. Often used with on:
  • 52) To produce a click or series of clicks.
  • 53) To have good social or working relations; hit it off.
  • 54) To press down and release (a button on a pointing device).
  • 55) Computers To press down and release a button on a pointing device in order to select an item on a display screen or activate a command or function. Often used with on:
  • 56) To cause to click, as by striking together.
  • 57) To select or activate (an onscreen item) by pressing down and releasing a button on a pointing device.
  • 58) To make a slight, sharp noise (or a succession of such noises), as by gentle striking; to tick.
  • 59) Prov. Eng. To snatch.
  • 60) To move with the sound of a click.
  • 61) To cause to make a clicking noise, as by striking together, or against something.
  • 62) Prov. Eng. To snatch.
  • 63) The sound of a click.

Definitions

  • 1) A small, exclusive group of individuals; cabal
  • 2) graph theory A subgraph isomorphic to a complete graph.
  • 3) Internet A group of related web sites that link to each other, like a webring but with exclusive membership determined by the clique owner.
  • 4) Internet A group of related web sites that link to each other, like a webring but with exclusive membership determined by the clique owner.
  • 5) graph theory A subgraph isomorphic to a complete graph.
  • 6) A small exclusive group of friends or associates.
  • 7) A narrow circle of persons associated by common interests or for the accomplishment of a common purpose; -- generally used in a bad sense.
  • 8) an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose
  • 9) A party; a set; a coterie; specifically, a body or group of persons associated informally for some exclusive or intriguing purpose.
  • 10) To associate together in a clannish way; to act with others secretly to gain a desired end; to plot.
  • 11) To form cliques or exclusive sets; associate together in cliques, usually with unworthy or selfish motives.
  • 12) To form, associate in, or act as a clique.
  • 13) To To associate together in a clannish way; to act with others secretly to gain a desired end; to plot; -- used with together.

Examples

  • 1) How many people now click on banners for display advertising?
  • 2) Something clicked and then it grew.
  • 3) Like all good strikers, they need something to make them click.
  • 4) This model is rose gold - and you can change the strap at the click of a button.
  • 5) New experiences are lining up for you, as work plans that seem to be going nowhere suddenly click into action.
  • 6) I did it on my own and something's just clicked in my head.
  • 7) Remove all old printers, select the correct one and click Manage to make it the default.
  • 8) The click it made sounded very final.
  • 9) We met at college and just clicked.
  • 10) You have to get to the point within seconds or people click on.
  • 11) We used the riff and the song suddenly clicked.
  • 12) Tell us what online boutiques get your mouse clicking and what shops float your style boat.
  • 13) They can now compare brands and prices at the click of a button.
  • 14) You can also check stock and reserve items with one click.
  • 15) And then the moment came and he clicked the shutter twice.
  • 16) Enter randomly selected normal value into computer system and click the click mouse.
  • 17) Your concentration is good and a tricky skill clicks into place.
  • 18) Something just clicked in his little head and he realised that he could swim.
  • 19) This is all just a click away.
  • 20) We clicked as soon as we saw each other.
  • 21) Your mind is clear and changes that once seemed too difficult to make click into place.
  • 22) You can then flick between the two by clicking on tabs at the top of the window.
  • 23) We just clicked in and supported each other all the way through.
  • 24) She enjoys making people cringe by clicking her legs as she walks.
  • 25) They discussed testosterone deficiency and its symptoms and it suddenly clicked.
  • 26) It only takes the click of a mouse.
  • 27) Then you click the button that says burn.
  • 28) We clicked from day one and spent lots of time flirting and going out to lunch.
  • 29) The buses stopped, the shutters clicked.
  • 30) I didn't know what love was until the three of us clicked like that.
  • 31) Once again, England failed to click in all three departments together.
  • 32) I had not long to wait, for after a few _yaks_, at intervals of perhaps fifteen or twenty seconds, the fellow took to wing, and went soaring in a circle above me; calling hurriedly _click, click, click_, with a break now and then, as if for breath-taking.
  • 33) _click, click, click, click_ rang the hammer, and _splish, splash_ went the fragments of rock that fell in the water or were thrown into it; and thus for quite two hours Mr Temple hammered away, and after giving up a fragmentary conversation Dick and Josh grew silent or only spoke at intervals.
  • 34) Even while they spoke, a warning vibration of the wires was perceived, followed by the _click, click, click_, of the instrument.
  • 35) William H. Bonney, you are NOT * click click* a god. why don't you pull the trigger and find out?
  • 36) This is dedicated rotascoping and a thing of lovely: D have a click and a woo * click*
  • 37) In fact, let me play it now …. * click click* … .. okay, that's better.
  • 38) I'm guessing after every 10th purchase you're allowed to stab somebody, and Bob Shapiro will talk it down to a parking ticket. * click click click click* What's the fastest way to Heidi and Spencer's house?
  • 39) * click click click* Wow, forgot how much I hate it here.
  • 40) * click click** loud exasperate sigh* Are you still crying?
  • 41) * click click* Hell, sometimes I think you cry for the sake of crying.
  • 42) ‘A quiet growl responded to Ms. Thourne's quiet words, intermingled with a few short clicks and similar sounds.’
  • 43) ‘There was a brief pause on the opposite end of the connection, filled only with a short click and the background sounds of conversation.’
  • 44) ‘A sharp click sounded in her ears, but she was too busy to notice.’
  • 45) ‘I heard the click of a switch as the light went off next door, plunging the awaiting table into darkness.’
  • 46) ‘A door opens softly and I hear the click sound of the door closing.’
  • 47) ‘Stepping through it into the apartment, I froze as I suddenly heard the sharp click of a gun hammer being pulled back.’
  • 48) ‘Sure enough, they all heard a sharp click, and Paul opened the door.’
  • 49) ‘She heard the click and slight whirring sound as Raider snapped pictures of her.’
  • 50) ‘A muffled click sounded behind the door, and I heard the man chuckle softly.’
  • 51) ‘He heard then the hard click of boots on stone, and soon a man dressed in plain black pants, boots, and jacket stood before him.’
  • 52) ‘He heard the distinctive click when she switched off the answering machine.’
  • 53) ‘He heard a sharp click and in an instant Kitty loaded her cricket gun and was aiming strait at Darien.’
  • 54) ‘She slammed the serrated edge into a hidden spot on the parasol and heard a sharp click.’
  • 55) ‘After a minute of strained concentration, a small click sounded and the door swung open, revealing a very long set of marble stairs.’
  • 56) ‘She heard an angry voice swear outside the dumpster, then she heard a click and something that sounded unmistakably like dial tones on a phone.’
  • 57) ‘The only sound was the quiet click of the doors to the room locking.’
  • 58) ‘And with that he left, the soft click of the door sounding to her ears like the lock of a prison gate slamming home.’
  • 59) ‘She heard the click of the closing door and then the sound of the latch falling into place, but still she did not move.’
  • 60) ‘I heard the door click and a few footsteps and then suddenly, the left side of my bed sank.’
  • 61) ‘At times, sharp clicks and bubbles of noise will suddenly bulge to the top before disappearing back into the fray.’
  • 62) ‘Long moans, clicks of his tongue, and the sucking of his teeth were clearly heard.’
  • 63) ‘Then the head drops and nods as the tongue clicks.’
  • 64) ‘Then we use Morse code, and our own language of clicks to communicate.’
  • 65) ‘Ars began talking to Mersech in a strange tongue of clicks and whistles.’
  • 66) ‘She cut off each word with a threatening click of her teeth.’
  • 67) ‘With just a few keystrokes and mouse clicks, with a computer and modem you can access more information than ever before.’
  • 68) ‘Although you can navigate with mouse clicks, the same keystrokes apply.’
  • 69) ‘There is full Internet capability, so at the click of a mouse you can login for free online events and matchmaking.’
  • 70) ‘Today a large part of human knowledge lies at our disposal in our own living rooms or is just a mouse click away on a laptop computer.’
  • 71) ‘With two clicks of the mouse button you can export your screen recording to the Macromedia Flash format.’
  • 72) ‘Then your eye will be caught by the rider hacking back at the verge weeds, or perhaps clicking away with his camera and making detailed notes in a pad.’
  • 73) ‘She was still clicking away with her booties, but she was watching Grandda with a bit of alarm.’
  • 74) ‘I could hear the keys clicking away on the other end.’
  • 75) ‘I heard the camera clicking and zooming again, but that soon faded away.’
  • 76) ‘As soon I was out of room, I heard cameras clicking and people were talking at once.’
  • 77) ‘Before dawn broke, the bar on my cell door slipped away, and the key clicked in the lock.’
  • 78) ‘The rider responded, clicking his tongue and snapping the reigns.’
  • 79) ‘Not only were photoflashes going off and cameras clicking every few minutes, there was also an interviewer with a microphone, to test the talents of the little ones.’
  • 80) ‘There is a National competition for best photograph of a family, pet or farm animal, so now is the time get those cameras out and get clicking.’
  • 81) ‘See the full list of speed camera locations by clicking on the link below.’
  • 82) ‘The heavy hinged wood was slammed and a light clicking noise was audible as the door was locked from outside.’
  • 83) ‘Cixi clicked her tongue and finished lighting the last candle, and then sat down on the bed next to her brother.’
  • 84) ‘Tracy was busy sketching a diagram of Sed's room, while I was clicking my tongue every time the clock's second hand ticked to amuse myself.’
  • 85) ‘A cultural icon, the structure is continually surrounded by tourists, their cameras clicking away.’
  • 86) ‘Moni-chan ran in before them, dashing up the steps, key chains clicking.’
  • 87) ‘A blonde lanky man stopped her, clicking on his camera as she stared at him.’
  • 88) ‘There was the sound of the phone clicking, and then Aunt Emily strode back into the kitchen.’
  • 89) ‘The line clicked, sounding more like a guillotine to Morales.’
  • 90) ‘Once infected, the device can move about and click at will, completely taking over your computer.’
  • 91) ‘The sound of the keyboard clicking furiously drifted over the phone again as he worked.’
  • 92) ‘Press Enter or click the mouse button to accept the current values, and the command moves on.’
  • 93) ‘To navigate Customize's tree structure, either point to a button and press Return or click on the button.’
  • 94) ‘In the Screen Saver scroll bar, click on the arrow and select My Pictures Slideshow.’
  • 95) ‘The icon box can be resized by holding down the ALT key and clicking the middle mouse button - not intuitive, but easy enough once you know what to do.’
  • 96) ‘You will be able to bring up the scoreboard, click to bring up a mouse cursor, and click on the name of the player you want to mute.’
  • 97) ‘In most cases, if you point to the icon for your antivirus and click the right mouse button, a menu will pop up with an update option.’
  • 98) ‘You'll require Windows Media Player, I'm told, and you just go to this web page, click on the radio button.’
  • 99) ‘A user called up and wanted to know why he couldn't use his mouse to click on Revive Mouse.’
  • 100) ‘You use the mouse to click on targets for attack or to pick up items that fall to the ground.’
  • 101) ‘When the laptop had booted up, he used the mouse to click on a few icons on the desktop before he found the History folder.’
  • 102) ‘In IE, go to Internet Options and click on the Delete Files button in the General Tab.’
  • 103) ‘If you don't see the Picture Tasks menu in the left window, click on the Folders button at the top.’
  • 104) ‘When we click on download it says it will hurt our files.’
  • 105) ‘When the fonts are visible in the window, click on ‘Select All’ and then ‘OK’.’
  • 106) ‘To reply to the original posting, click on the Reply button that immediately follows the article.’
  • 107) ‘They need no gamesplaying skill other than pointing a mouse, clicking a button and the ability to think logically.’
  • 108) ‘Mr Lee was so stressed that his hands were shaking during the competition and he missed clicking the mouse button several times.’
  • 109) ‘This is great for mums and grandpas who are more comfortable with pushing buttons than clicking mice.’
  • 110) ‘Once you click on the restore button, you're off to the races.’
  • 111) ‘You must click on a connect button inside that window and wait to complete the process, less than 20 seconds in my experience.’
  • 112) ‘Suddenly it clicked, she could teach Summer the spell, channel her magic through her, and work the spell that way.’
  • 113) ‘Julie turned slightly to take in his profile, and suddenly it clicked.’
  • 114) ‘Calissa and Isabelle both looked puzzled at Lucy, when suddenly it clicked in Isabelle's head.’
  • 115) ‘Suddenly it clicked and my eyes widened with embarrassment as I looked down at him.’
  • 116) ‘Rick blinked, not understanding for the briefest of moments, until it clicked and his eyes widened in shock.’
  • 117) ‘Then it clicked and it was as if a light bulb had suddenly flashed on in my head.’
  • 118) ‘And it clicked; who else could they be talking about?’
  • 119) ‘That's when it clicked to me what I could possibly do today.’
  • 120) ‘And it clicked straight away that Simon thought he was disfigured.’
  • 121) ‘At first Mark didn't know what he meant, but then it clicked.’
  • 122) ‘I looked up at the guy and it clicked that I was in his arms.’
  • 123) ‘I thought for a second about what she could be talking about, and then it clicked - Nathaniel's father's play.’
  • 124) ‘Then it clicked, she knew who Gregory was even though he wasn't using ‘Gregory’ as his name.’
  • 125) ‘Emilyn went over the conversation and then it clicked.’
  • 126) ‘The gears in Val's mind began to whirl until it clicked.’
  • 127) ‘Then it clicked and she recognised the blonde hair and tall body.’
  • 128) ‘Xander just looked at her and then it clicked what she had said.’
  • 129) ‘I saw the student check his stride as he saw me, standing next to Sauda, and it clicked in my brain: Imran.’
  • 130) ‘It took me a half an hour on the net before it clicked that I was supposed to update today!’
  • 131) ‘Our eyes never left one another's and soon it clicked in my head what he was going to do.’
  • 132) ‘When I met Melanie I just clicked with her straight away, and I have always got on with her.’
  • 133) ‘The two high school pals clicked with ex-Watts drummer Phil Carter, and have now become an unstoppable garage rock force.’
  • 134) ‘I went on about 4 or five dates, and only met one person that I clicked with, and even then more as a friend than love interest.’
  • 135) ‘Despite his victories, the governor never really clicked with many constituents.’
  • 136) ‘I soon clicked with the old shop owners who used to trade in the Transkei.’
  • 137) ‘Melodic was the first label to get back to me, and I had nothing to lose, liked the set-up and clicked with the guy that ran it.’
  • 138) ‘They clicked with one another immediately, because they recognized in each other intelligence, lucidity and vitality.’
  • 139) ‘One person clicked with me the moment we started talking.’
  • 140) ‘Jaycee couldn't believe how well the guys clicked with everyone.’
  • 141) ‘Kariya, who arrived in Orange County in 1994, immediately clicked with Selanne.’
  • 142) ‘Herbert says Zanardi never clicked with the Williams team, that the two sides lost confidence in each other.’
  • 143) ‘It took me several attempts at character creation to come up with an alter-ego that I really clicked with.’
  • 144) ‘Adric rubbed people the wrong way and never clicked with the audience.’
  • 145) ‘I had simply never clicked with anyone like that in nearly 20 years of searching and trying.’
  • 146) ‘I have tried to date new people in the last month or two, but I haven't clicked with anyone.’
  • 147) ‘The fact that he clicked with this girl so quickly and completely continued to astonish him.’
  • 148) ‘It was not like this school was really small - there had to be someone she clicked with.’
  • 149) ‘While I was there, I made friends and we just clicked and created a special bond that lasts up to now.’
  • 150) ‘Lee came from America when he was fifteen and we instantly clicked as friends.’
  • 151) ‘They were alike in many ways, but somehow the two popular seniors never really clicked.’
  • 152) ‘I wanted my characters to look real and good and the concept clicked with the audience.’
  • 153) ‘In 1997, he launched a cooking program, mixing incendiary wit with an explanatory style that clicked with viewers.’
  • 154) ‘My companions fell for the chicken and mushroom vol-au-vents served with salad and the chilli in pitta bread clicked with our photographer.’
  • 155) ‘They clicked with people; there was a sense that getting on their bandwagon sooner than later would keep you from falling out of the loop.’
  • 156) ‘In 1967, it reappeared on Saturday mornings, where it finally clicked with a nation of kids high on sugary cereal.’
  • 157) ‘Such features have clicked with buyers, who see the Zafira as an affordable alternative to large sedans.’
  • 158) ‘In place of the legends are a group of lesser-knowns who shoot low scores but haven't clicked with fans.’
  • 159) ‘Overall, Hello Kitty and Friends does not seem to click for any single audience.’

Examples

  • 1) The ruling clique often encompasses people far outside the narrow confines of government.
  • 2) Explain that people seek out cliques because they feel insecure or crave the protection of the group.
  • 3) The big gangs have split into smaller cliques making their activities harder to monitor.
  • 4) It was a collection of individuals and small cliques.
  • 5) You formed this little clique and kept me out.
  • 6) They were paid to write for a small clique, and did just that.
  • 7) Other dressing rooms you get cliques, little groups in the corner but this is a family.
  • 8) Anywhere that you get too many people together, there are going to be cliques and people talking about people.
  • 9) Mom and Pop, inadvertently form a small clique.
  • 10) There's probably a little clique of about four or five people there sorting out all the deals and haven't they done well?
  • 11) We'll have a look today at a brand new documentary, filmmakers going inside Enron's company walls to expose what they call a clique of corporate cowboys.
  • 12) But sanctions are available under the Civil Rules, However, the injured party must make a motion for sanctions and the Attorney-Judge clique is too incestuous to grant (or even to bring) these types of motions. fed
  • 13) I have little time in my elitist life to contribute comments to mere comic book sites such as this, not when my clique is gathering to have a conceit party against whatever the hell we think is beneath us.
  • 14) The old clique is being edged out by conservative, Western oriented and devout Muslims.
  • 15) Sitting amidst this scared, insecure clique is Reiser, spinning a web of bullshit like a master hypnotist.
  • 16) Once the clique is born, members communicate with each other via e-mail, chat, discussion boards and instant messaging.
  • 17) The present military clique is taking full advantage of this and similar ancient beliefs.
  • 18) The independent Miss Blythe, whom a certain clique of Junior Red Cross girls accused of being domineering and "bossy," was thoroughly cowed.
  • 19) I would also be a bit suspicious of the apparently inside track of the admin clique but if you’re up for it, then it would certainly be interesting.
  • 20) The two bosuns are in fear of their lives with this clique, which is growing; for Steve Roberts, the ex-cowboy, and the white-slaver, Arthur
  • 21) ‘I hope that you all will get to know him and allow him to join our wonderful clique.’
  • 22) ‘In our close-knit cliques we gossip about a variety of topics even though we complain about the parents who do it.’
  • 23) ‘At that time, he hadn't joined any of the cliques he could have, staying alone, talking to a few other guys at a minimum level.’
  • 24) ‘There was never supposed to be any hierarchy in her classroom; no cliques were allowed.’
  • 25) ‘The West generally ignored its own cultural cliques, who were regarded as peripheral and of no consequence to political events.’
  • 26) ‘cliques can be bad, when cliques start ganging up on other cliques, making mountains into molehills.’
  • 27) ‘It was found that certain cliques of countries within the same geographic region, like Greece and Cyprus, are likely to vote similarly.’
  • 28) ‘It must also avoid cultural cliques and the editor must be ‘free and untrammelled’ by any committee or board.’
  • 29) ‘Its reputation in recent years has been that of a party dominated by small elite cliques.’
  • 30) ‘Kellin always had these mixed up schemes to try and pull her into the popular clique.’
  • 31) ‘The hopes of the people have been dashed too many times to believe that they can rid the country of the ruling clique with the ballot.’
  • 32) ‘The tension is mostly created by Caz, Jules and Hen; their clique is the one the other girls most wish to join.’
  • 33) ‘I had no idea that the smartest of the Indiana population had cliques.’
  • 34) ‘The prestige and appeal of their manners radiated far beyond the exclusive social cliques of Damascus itself.’
  • 35) ‘Strangers become friends, friends become cliques and cliques become vast drinking scenes.’
  • 36) ‘Interestingly, cliques generally became less integrated as the number of minorities rose.’
  • 37) ‘I'm guessing that flying scene there resolves around individual cliques that communicate in private.’
  • 38) ‘There he catered to couples, snazzy middle-aged divorced female cliques and peevish teenagers.’
  • 39) ‘Not surprisingly, the school is as bad as the city; there are numerous gangs and cliques.’
  • 40) ‘This procedure identified 13 distinct cliques over the course of the observation period.’
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