proceed vs precede

proceed precede

Definitions

  • 1) obsolete See proceeds.
  • 2) The amount proceeding or accruing from some possession or transaction; especially, the sum derived from the sale of goods: now used only in the plural: as, the consignee was directed to sell the goods for-warded and invest the proceeds in coffee.
  • 3) To have application or effect; to operate.
  • 4) To be transacted; to take place; to occur.
  • 5) To pass from one point, topic, or stage, to another.
  • 6) To begin and carry on a legal process.
  • 7) To issue or come forth as from a source or origin; to come from.
  • 8) To move, pass, or go forward or onward; to advance; to continue or renew motion begun.
  • 9) To go on in an orderly or regulated manner; to begin and carry on a series of acts or measures; to act by method; to prosecute a design.
  • 10) move ahead; travel onward in time or space
  • 11) continue talking
  • 12) continue a certain state, condition, or activity
  • 13) follow a procedure or take a course
  • 14) follow a certain course
  • 15) The amount of money derived from a commercial or fundraising venture; the yield.
  • 16) To begin to carry on an action or a process.
  • 17) To come from a source; originate or issue: synonym: stem.
  • 18) Law To institute and pursue legal action.
  • 19) To go forward or onward, especially after an interruption; continue.
  • 20) To move on in an orderly manner.
  • 21) (Law) To begin and carry on a legal process.
  • 22) obsolete To be transacted; to take place; to occur.

Definitions

  • 1) To go before, go in front of.
  • 2) To have higher rank than (someone or something else).
  • 3) move ahead (of others) in time or space
  • 4) be the predecessor of
  • 5) To be before in time, order, or position.
  • 6) To preface; introduce.
  • 7) To be in front of or prior to in order.
  • 8) To come, exist, or occur before in time.
  • 9) To go in advance of.
  • 10) To go before in order of time; to occur first with relation to anything.
  • 11) To go before in place, rank, or importance.
  • 12) rare To cause to be preceded; to preface; to introduce; -- used with by or with before the instrumental object.

Examples

  • 1) This usually includes details as to how the sales proceeds will be split.
  • 2) People pay 2 to wear the knits, with proceeds going to the charity.
  • 3) Those cases which are contested proceed far more swiftly from issue to trial.
  • 4) They will be able to pay the adviser from the sale proceeds rather than up front.
  • 5) This would allow the government to seize any wages paid as proceeds of crime.
  • 6) The proceeds will go to various charities.
  • 7) Yet he knew he had to proceed with caution and not risk becoming reviled by both camps.
  • 8) Police have faced questions over how the case proceeded so far.
  • 9) The proceeds of the sale or float are then returned to investors.
  • 10) This involves seizing the proceeds of crime of a convicted offender.
  • 11) Part of the proceeds will go to the memorial fund.
  • 12) Instead they massed at the front and proceeded with deadly caution.
  • 13) And they demanded that the corps proceed no farther.
  • 14) Some of the sale proceeds could be used to upgrade the grid.
  • 15) They hide the proceeds of organised crime.
  • 16) All proceeds go to charities helping quake victims.
  • 17) Only after family members had pocketed the proceeds of the sales was she allowed to return home.
  • 18) The first movement especially proceeded along its twisting path with a wonderful sense of inner logic and forward drive.
  • 19) This model of politics proceeds by first insisting that political choices are necessarily arranged along a spectrum from left to right.
  • 20) Plans will neither proceed in the direction you intended nor at the pace you'd hoped.
  • 21) He confirms he is proceeding with legal action, but refuses to offer more detail.
  • 22) Spending taxpayers' money on themselves is a hazardous area through which politicians proceed with extreme caution.
  • 23) When deciding how to proceed, first check the cost of withdrawing from your current mortgage early.
  • 24) The argument about immigration has proceeded that far, at least.
  • 25) The agency's lawyers must also decide if it would be in the public interest to proceed with action against the nuclear group.
  • 26) This activity proceeds normally unless or until effects of incipient social movements are experienced within the ranks of the NGO.
  • 27) The MPs found that the body's recommendations were so varied and vague as to allow most activity to proceed unchecked.
  • 28) No doubt the right way to proceed is to think of circumstances in which the two models give widely different predictions and to look around for real-life situations that offer the opportunity to discriminate between them.
  • 29) One way to proceed is to engage in an intergenerational dialogue with other teachers, a space for problem posing and problem solving, historical and theoretical considerations, storytelling and critical reflection.
  • 30) People like you have dug such a deep hole for us, that the only way for Obama to proceed is to put the Orion on a Delta IV Heavy, or cancel it altogether.
  • 31) "Given this, the only way for us to proceed is to make a public proposal directly to you and your board," the letter stated.
  • 32) This being the case perhaps the best way to proceed is to try to guess equations, and disregard physical models or descriptions.
  • 33) In order to do that we believe the right way to proceed is to try and secure such organization of producers, both in the secondary industries and in the primary industries as will be able to talk to those in other parts of the Empire and agree to a line of development that will not unduly conflict with what is taking place in the other Dominions; to be able to interchange as many products as we can and be sure the ultimate conflict that may take place when we become fully productive, be as long deferred as it possibly can.
  • 34) Whereas basic forces of nature can generate complex designs whose causal genesis can be traced in steps from simpler beginnings to evolving complexity, intelligently designed objects proceed from a blueprint existing first in a mind.
  • 35) Therefore you should always imagine, when you read the words of the chorus, that the words are spoken by persons of your own stature; while the words spoken by the protagonists proceed from the mouths of giants ... posted by Jonathan at
  • 36) ‘She also said that the ambitions of hundreds of school leavers had been thrown into disarray by the Government's decision not to proceed with the courses in September.’
  • 37) ‘We were able to, of course, proceed with our work by the end of the day.’
  • 38) ‘Why would we want to proceed with a course of action that is unjust, unwise and completely unnecessary?’
  • 39) ‘After the decision to proceed with transplantation, she began to experience feelings of anxiety and fear.’
  • 40) ‘He urges Athena to proceed with the trial, and so she begins, acting as the judge and facilitator of the trial.’
  • 41) ‘However, despite a Labour Court plea not to proceed with any strike action until its ruling, cabin crews proceeded with Thursday's stoppage.’
  • 42) ‘It's his guidance to his followers that's certainly inspires them to proceed with the attacks that we have seen in places like Istanbul and Morocco and Spain and so forth.’
  • 43) ‘On July 17 we received approval from the department to proceed with the placing of an advertisement for the appointment of consultants to prepare the contract documents.’
  • 44) ‘But the company was forced to proceed with yesterday's meeting as Acquisitor's motions to remove Baltimore's existing directors were valid.’
  • 45) ‘‘Feelings ran very high and the unanimous view was that the group management should not proceed with the cuts,’ said those who attended.’
  • 46) ‘‘It's hard to imagine if the Government is going to proceed with something as dramatic as this, it would not have a business plan,’ he said.’
  • 47) ‘If we can't fill all the parts then we will not be able to proceed with the play as we had planned.’
  • 48) ‘‘Unfortunately neither the Rotary Club in the Ukraine nor the authority there has any money to proceed with the project,’ said Mr Goldthorpe.’
  • 49) ‘He added: ‘We can't proceed with any civil action unless we have the permission of the Charity Commissioners to spend money in that way.’’
  • 50) ‘I fill in a form and get an interview and then they see whether they wish to proceed with me.’
  • 51) ‘And so I think that we should proceed with oversight and I'm going to encourage my colleagues on the appropriate committees to do just that.’
  • 52) ‘The Cemetery Committee will now proceed with the project of erecting the Remembrance Plaque, which will be unveiled at the annual celebration of Holy Mass later this year.’
  • 53) ‘If his pleadings are struck, Ms. Mellon may proceed immediately to trial on an uncontested basis.’
  • 54) ‘Gate proceeds in aid of Western Care so all support welcome.’
  • 55) ‘None of them looked up, allowing Michael to proceed unhindered.’
  • 56) ‘One person proceeded to climb up a street light and attempt to smash it.’
  • 57) ‘To recover for delay the contractor must proceed as follows.’
  • 58) ‘The Toronto demonstration proceeded from city hall to the US Consulate.’
  • 59) ‘She bundled up my bedding and proceeded to toss it down the staircase.’
  • 60) ‘Then Yaakov proceeds to name the area where this event took place.’
  • 61) ‘Kim moved forward and proceeded to do the same thing on her other cheek.’
  • 62) ‘He looked deep into her eyes and then, proceeded to lean forward to kiss her.’
  • 63) ‘The clerk retired with the magistrates when they considered their verdict and the magistrates proceeded to find McCarthy guilty.’
  • 64) ‘Rather than reconfiguring the Court in one fell swoop, they must proceed member by member, as justices die or leave voluntarily.’
  • 65) ‘Once that decision is made, we must then proceed concretely with its implementation, that is to say the transfer of responsibility, which will take a little time.’
  • 66) ‘The question displayed must be completed before proceeding to the next one.’
  • 67) ‘Next the student must proceed through a commitment stage (I will achieve), followed by an actual expenditure of effort.’
  • 68) ‘After some time, he and the man behind the counter proceeded from a civil conversation to a heated argument in French.’
  • 69) ‘They easily proceeded from one to the next with a short pause in between; all seemed to know the order in which they would be sung.’
  • 70) ‘After that, they will proceed to a more advanced lesson.’
  • 71) ‘I know the joint work between the Polish command and the Bulgarian contingent has been proceeding very well.’
  • 72) ‘But he denied reports on Chad's latest threat, saying bilateral co-operation continued to proceed.’
  • 73) ‘There will be further opportunities to view the house as dismantling continues and reconstruction proceeds at the new site.’
  • 74) ‘As his analysis proceeds, Bartolini continually makes interesting and often unexpected connections.’
  • 75) ‘A poem generally starts along a continuum that proceeds from syllable to word to phrase to line to stanza.’
  • 76) ‘As the excavation proceeded, there turned out to be five swords.’
  • 77) ‘As the test proceeded, additional wetting continued to appear at the exposed interior face of the brick and several points of incursion on the brick were noted.’
  • 78) ‘Negotiations proceeded almost continuously until the next day at noon, when the two sides reached a tentative settlement.’
  • 79) ‘In some cases, the excavation proceeded down as far as the natural ground.’
  • 80) ‘The local environmental study could've been proceeding and they decided that it was to be a complete hold on it.’
  • 81) ‘It did fall 12 votes short in the motion to proceed to continue the debate.’
  • 82) ‘As taxonomic study proceeds on the assumption that evolution has taken place, it is much involved with phylogenetics, which deals with the description of evolutionary relationships.’
  • 83) ‘Admission to the study proceeded in a staged manner.’
  • 84) ‘The litigation proceeded through pleadings, examinations for discovery and pre-trial hearings with great difficulty.’
  • 85) ‘Has there been any commentary on this litigation as it has proceeded through the courts, any written law review or other comments on the case?’
  • 86) ‘The line of reasoning proceeds as follows: Science is a cumulative activity.’
  • 87) ‘Meanwhile, the lawsuit will proceed against the state and other individual counties with the trial set for Aug.26.’
  • 88) ‘This high-stakes lawsuit is now proceeding in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, before Judge John Bates.’
  • 89) ‘Do you say you can proceed against Aboriginal native title claimants for trespass if they happen to wander across any part of your tenement?’
  • 90) ‘The recent decision that a class action suit can proceed against Wal-Mart seems to be cut from this cloth.’
  • 91) ‘Thus civil law countries may use a nationality principle and proceed against a national no matter where in the world an offence is committed.’
  • 92) ‘It is not logical, he argues to be unable to proceed against the detaining authority and yet recover damages against a third party.’
  • 93) ‘It proceeded with its lawsuit in Texas and in March 2002, this went to trial by judge and jury.’
  • 94) ‘This lawsuit, should it proceed, calls for close watching.’
  • 95) ‘Your Honour, what that would demonstrate is that the plaintiff proposed to seek to proceed against Baxter.’
  • 96) ‘Levinson will remain as a defendant and the action will proceed against him and the other three defendants.’
  • 97) ‘Based on the cases cited, the action cannot proceed for want of evidence.’
  • 98) ‘Multiple postings may make it futile to proceed against any given site.’
  • 99) ‘In annulling this decision the Court has made it difficult for the Commission to proceed against collusive practices.’
  • 100) ‘There are, however, a number of situations in which it is possible to proceed against the Community directly.’
  • 101) ‘A solicitor who proceeds with hopeless litigation (even if legally aided) may still be liable to pay personally the costs of the other party.’
  • 102) ‘I am entitled to know those reasons before giving instructions to proceed by way of Judicial Review to set aside your decision.’
  • 103) ‘On October 9, 2003 the Respondent revoked that offer and the litigation proceeded.’
  • 104) ‘Legal sources said the prisoners cannot be forced to accept the writs, and that the highly publicised lawsuits cannot proceed without them.’
  • 105) ‘Nothing of significance occurred following July 26, and thereafter, this litigation proceeded between the parties.’
  • 106) ‘Hamilton and Windsor elected to proceed by way of litigation.’
  • 107) ‘Fans of classic film move forward: Others should proceed cautiously.’
  • 108) ‘She had no inkling of how to proceed, but quickly moved forward and sat down by the fire.’
  • 109) ‘If you do, the bike proceeds forward: if you don't, it stops, you fall off, and you may hurt yourself.’
  • 110) ‘Glancing to the left, I proceeded forward, right in the path of a bus.’
  • 111) ‘And it's interesting, because I was uncertain whether they were going to proceed forward.’
  • 112) ‘In the corner of her eye, she could just make out the other Rangers proceeding forward as she had done.’
  • 113) ‘He didn't finish his thought; he merely proceeded, and let his two allies follow him at their own discretion.’
  • 114) ‘We proceeded into the channel, did a tight 180 on the bow of the ship, and taxied back toward the island.’
  • 115) ‘Then she proceeded out the door and plopped down on the porch.’
  • 116) ‘The captain explained as he and Floyd proceeded to move some rocks away from her body.’
  • 117) ‘He paused a moment to allow his eyes to adjust to the reduced lighting then proceeded cautiously.’
  • 118) ‘They proceeded more cautiously down the path, but for the moment the air was clear.’
  • 119) ‘She hooked her arm in an unfamiliar man's as they slowly proceeded down the aisle.’
  • 120) ‘Whenever one discusses long-term planning in foreign policy, one must proceed with caution.’
  • 121) ‘The debate can not proceed at the slow pace to which academics are accustomed.’
  • 122) ‘But a responsible political leader is not at liberty to proceed in that manner.’
  • 123) ‘Both sides proceeded on the footing that all the terms of the sale had been agreed.’
  • 124) ‘proceeding in this fashion will truly let a manufacturer sleep well at night.’
  • 125) ‘Once on the track, they proceeded in the direction of their own home.’
  • 126) ‘My new guide catches me looking back as we proceed down the corridor.’
  • 127) ‘She was the lonely walker who proceeded from Selous to Harare on her own, to ensure that the protest march reached its planned conclusion.’
  • 128) ‘More middle-class than working-class children, for example, stay at school beyond the school-leaving age, and proceed to higher education.’
  • 129) ‘At all levels, students are encouraged, cajoled, and coaxed by teachers and parents to excel in their studies so that they can proceed to the next educational level.’
  • 130) ‘Pass certificates are needed to proceed to the next level of education.’
  • 131) ‘Her father Alexander had been educated for the priesthood in Rome, but did not proceed to ordination and emigrated to Port Phillip.’
  • 132) ‘The majority then proceed to the formal interview stage, along with the standard applicants.’
  • 133) ‘But, to Toulmin, this act of homage proceeded from a delusion.’
  • 134) ‘All proceeded from a premise that equated modernization with Westernization.’
  • 135) ‘That other machine may, in like manner, have proceeded from a former machine: nor does that alter the case; the contrivance must have had a contriver.’
  • 136) ‘The observed linear behavior of the DNA extension with time was interpreted to mean growth proceeded from a single nucleus.’
  • 137) ‘These unique characteristics are seen as indicators that the individual has a special standing in the society, that their very creation proceeded from a point of power.’
  • 138) ‘His three main goals proceeded from this principal objective.’
  • 139) ‘All knowledge, he consistently maintained, proceeded from Scripture.’
  • 140) ‘The spirit of rebellion proceeded from the new world back to the old.’
  • 141) ‘In assessing the global situation, Trotsky proceeded from the relationship between Europe and America.’
  • 142) ‘The sound that proceeded from Casey's mouth was something between a giggle and a snort.’
  • 143) ‘In the conduct of diplomacy, king and minister proceeded from different assumptions.’
  • 144) ‘That her strange outburst of familiarity proceeded from some strong motive seemed to be more than probable.’
  • 145) ‘The fossil record shows the development of life-forms that have proceeded from simple to complex over geological time.’

Examples

  • 1) This parable of the wheat and the weeds is preceded by another agricultural fiasco.
  • 2) The rains coming that week will be preceded by another spell of wet snow.
  • 3) Each story was more outrageous than the one that preceded it.
  • 4) Just because one thing precedes another, it does not mean that one causes the other.
  • 5) Another sumptuous move preceded this.
  • 6) Another single may precede the album's release in March.
  • 7) More importantly, he has more or less carried Arsenal in the three seasons preceding this one.
  • 8) His speech was preceded by one from the Archbishop of Canterbury.
  • 9) Test team, but an exciting climax to the story ought not to overshadow some of the less satisfactory elements of the chapters that have preceded it.
  • 10) His reputation preceded him, one of those iconic figures you feel you know before you've met him.
  • 11) Leading Britain into the opening ceremony of the Games preceding one hosted by his own country is the culmination of a difficult personal journey.
  • 12) The poured-out bottle might suggest that he thought of me as a pocket-sized prohibitionist minister, a vocation he respected; but the nickname may precede my fears.
  • 13) The last clause seems at first view, to refer to the words which immediately precede, which is to understand our Savior as aggravating the guilt of those who delivered him to Pilate, from the consideration of Pilate's power having been derived from above.
  • 14) Christ; wherefore Gregory says in a homily (Hom. vii in Evang.) that therefore did John baptize, "that, being consistent with his office of precursor, as he had preceded our Lord in birth, so he might also by baptizing precede Him who was about to baptize."
  • 15) From the output one can also see that all Where and Source consumption calls precede any OrderBy calls, since the ordering operator eagerly drains its source before carrying out the ordering and passing the results to its consumer.
  • 16) Long and happy history: Two NIT titles precede Tulsa's appearance Reader comments (8)
  • 17) I be curious to hear more about this "precede" you mentioned, although I highly doubt one could use it to accomplish any form of legal residential use.
  • 18) When "fat and chewy" precede "chocolate chip cookies" you know it's gonna be a good recipe.
  • 19) He is to 'precede' them there, thus lightly indicating the new form of their relations to Him, marked during the forty days by a distance which prepared for his final withdrawal.
  • 20) "precede" conventional monetary policy action, central bank policy makers said in the minutes of the meeting released today.
  • 21) ‘Elections are won and lost not in the four weeks of campaigning but in the long battle of ideas that precedes them.’
  • 22) ‘There was no mention in the evidence of any explosion preceding this observation.’
  • 23) ‘One witness reported hearing an explosion precede the fire.’
  • 24) ‘The film concentrates on the years immediately preceding the performance of what was to be Barrie's last work, in 1904.’
  • 25) ‘Film directors and community representatives will be in attendance at numerous film screenings, and public forums will precede various films.’
  • 26) ‘This period of warm winters was immediately preceded by a period of unusually cold winters.’
  • 27) ‘In the period immediately preceding the war, 70 percent of the Polish population opposed any sort of participation.’
  • 28) ‘So the relevant exports took place in the six months immediately preceding the imposition of that total ban.’
  • 29) ‘Symptoms of the common cold usually precede onset.’
  • 30) ‘The acute presentation is often preceded by years of nondescript gastrointestinal symptoms.’
  • 31) ‘The cartilage attack is often preceded by days or weeks of fever, fatigue and weight loss.’
  • 32) ‘Patients nearly always have multiple renal cysts, which usually precede development of liver cysts.’
  • 33) ‘What typically precedes what we call an action is an intention.’
  • 34) ‘The sound resembles a war cry and always precedes their appearance.’
  • 35) ‘The numbered ducks had been on sale for £1 each in the weeks preceding the event.’
  • 36) ‘Just because an event preceded another event does not mean that it was a cause.’
  • 37) ‘She was preceded in death by her husband and is survived by two daughters.’
  • 38) ‘A clear and vivid mental picture must always precede the actual picture on paper.’
  • 39) ‘Their culture is of prehistoric origin and precedes the arrival of Hinduism to Bali.’
  • 40) ‘He did not consider the developments that directly preceded the beginning of the war.’
  • 41) ‘From there it goes into the long samurai history, each chapter preceded with a page of settings and players to fully set the scene.’
  • 42) ‘Still, I drew it on the page immediately preceding the most killer page in the whole book.’
  • 43) ‘The specification proper is preceded by a three page End User License Agreement, in small type.’
  • 44) ‘However, all that is preceded by a chapter by the editor setting out chronologically the events of the cases.’
  • 45) ‘He contextualizes the work in a well-documented essay that precedes 128 pages of photographs.’
  • 46) ‘In other words, pages 3 and 4 must follow - not precede - pages 1 and 2.’
  • 47) ‘Given the gory, carnage strewn 250-plus pages that precede that statement, the reader can only nod dumbly in agreement.’
  • 48) ‘There is a real fear that his lack of form could be affecting those that precede him in the batting order.’
  • 49) ‘Once you've displayed a page, you can view the two pages preceding or following.’
  • 50) ‘What has been done in most cases has been simply to select the first page of them showing the date of assent, preceded, of course, by the prorogation.’
  • 51) ‘Immigrants see their lives as chapters in a larger family narrative that precedes and follows their own.’
  • 52) ‘Experiment 2 included a preceding context in order to fix the referent of the target word and to exclude singular interpretations.’
  • 53) ‘Avoid headings that cause you to cross behind and below the preceding aircraft in order to avoid turbulence.’
  • 54) ‘In personal interactions, social bonding typically precedes business matters or requests for help.’
  • 55) ‘Indeed, modesty is now almost invariably preceded by the word " false".’
  • 56) ‘Otherwise, editing is limited to a brief introduction preceding each selection.’
  • 57) ‘The third box begins with a new image or detail that resembles a lead and precedes the bulk of the narrative.’
  • 58) ‘There is a complete biography for virtually every artist, and each section is preceded by an introductory essay.’
  • 59) ‘They were heading towards the oasis that preceded the valley that lead to the mines.’
  • 60) ‘They precede adjectives: many clever people, not clever many people; my poor friend, not poor my friend.’
  • 61) ‘The Frenchman precedes him, but his gaze remains fixed straight ahead as the world record-holder sets off.’
  • 62) ‘The front door open and the sound of laughter preceded them into the kitchen.’
  • 63) ‘Lately my daughter has been preceding her remarks with an excited, ‘Guess what?!’’
  • 64) ‘My lecturer, Scott [for some reason I can never write about him without preceding his actual name with the words ‘my lecturer’], generally dislikes him, though I myself fail to see why.’
  • 65) ‘Of course he spoiled the multilateralist feel of the phrase by preceding it with ‘on my orders’ - suggesting he is in charge even of the British army - but the thought was there.’
  • 66) ‘The live international television feed was available to every subscribing channel around the world from 45 minutes before kick-off but all the main football countries preceded their coverage with studio-based analysis.’
  • 67) ‘I have now been to one concert that preceded its actual show with a movie trailer.’
  • 68) ‘We preceded these hearty mains with two dishes from the rich variety of starters, which include everything from deep fried Brie to Japanese prawns.’
  • 69) ‘At the airport the other day, every announcement was preceded with (at full volume) ‘Attention All Personnel.’’
  • 70) ‘These include executing each action slowly at first; performing thrusts first in the left, and then in the right line; and preceding each exercise with the command ‘Engage the sword!’’
  • 71) ‘The Thai text explicitly labels the moral as such by preceding each moral with the text,’ This fable teaches us to know that ’.’
  • 72) ‘Dostoevsky smooths the transition from the usual narrative past tense to the present tense used here by preceding this passage with lengthy narrative digression in which the narrator refers to his own present situation (writing).’
  • 73) ‘More and more often he'd preceded any spoken statements with a guttural noise of some sort.’
  • 74) ‘I normally do not precede my reviews with quotes from other critics, but I find that this blurb is particularly sharp and well founded.’
  • 75) ‘If you can precede the criticism with a bit of honest praise, so much the better.’
  • 76) ‘So in what I hope will become an annual tradition, I will precede any prospect list with a look back at the finds of the draft.’
  • 77) ‘On another occasion, an enterprising soundman decided to precede every winning entry with a musical fanfare, which delayed the proceedings so much that most of the front row fell asleep.’
  • 78) ‘The voice was preceded with the sort of chimes you get at airports before a public announcement.’
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