rout vs route

rout route

Definitions

  • 1) A disorderly retreat or flight following defeat.
  • 2) A public disturbance; a riot.
  • 3) An overwhelming defeat.
  • 4) A fashionable gathering.
  • 5) People of the lowest class; rabble.
  • 6) Archaic A group of people, especially knights, or of animals, especially wolves.
  • 7) A disorderly crowd of people; a mob.
  • 8) A disorderly and tumultuous crowd; a mob; hence, the rabble; the herd of common people.
  • 9) A bellowing; a shouting; noise; clamor; uproar; disturbance; tumult.
  • 10) obsolete A troop; a throng; a company; an assembly; especially, a traveling company or throng.
  • 11) A stunning blow.
  • 12) . Snoring. Chaucer (ed. Morris).
  • 13) A disorderly or confused crowd of persons; a tumultuous rabble; used absolutely, the general or vulgar mass; the rabble.
  • 14) A defeat followed by confused or tumultuous retreat; disorderly flight caused by defeat, as of an army or any body of contestants; hence, any thorough repulse, overthrow, or discomfiture: as, to put an army to rout.
  • 15) A large social assemblage; a general gathering of guests for entertainment; a crowded evening party.
  • 16) A troop; a band; a company in general, either of persons or of animals; specifically, a pack of wolves; any irregular or casual aggregation of beings; a crowd.
  • 17) The brent or brant-goose, Bernicla brenta.
  • 18) See route.
  • 19) A loud noise; uproar; tumult.
  • 20) At common law, an assemblage of three or more persons breaking or threatening to break the peace; a company which is engaged in or has made some movement toward unlawful action.
  • 21) .Tosnore.
  • 22) To expose to view as if by digging; uncover.
  • 23) To drive or force out as if by digging; eject.
  • 24) Archaic To dig up with the snout.
  • 25) To bellow. Used of cattle.
  • 26) To poke around; rummage.
  • 27) To dig with the snout; root.
  • 28) To hollow, scoop, or gouge out.
  • 29) obs. To assemble in a crowd, whether orderly or disorderly; to collect in company.
  • 30) Obs. or Scot. To roar; to bellow; to snort; to snore loudly.
  • 31) To search or root in the ground, as a swine.
  • 32) To defeat overwhelmingly. synonym: defeat.
  • 33) To put to disorderly flight or retreat.
  • 34) To break the ranks of, as troops, and put them to flight in disorder; to put to rout.
  • 35) To scoop out with a gouge or other tool; to furrow.
  • 36) [Colloq.] To turn out by force or compulsion; as, to rout people out of bed.

Definitions

  • 1) A regular itinerary of stops, or the path followed between these stops, such as for delivery or passenger transportation.
  • 2) this sense?) (figuratively) One of multiple methods or approaches to doing something.
  • 3) A road or path; often specifically a highway.
  • 4) A course or way which is traveled or passed.
  • 5) Football A pass pattern.
  • 6) A road, course, or way for travel from one place to another.
  • 7) A highway.
  • 8) A fixed course or territory assigned to a salesperson or delivery person.
  • 9) A means of reaching a goal.
  • 10) The course or way which is traveled or passed, or is to be passed; a passing; a course; a road or path; a march.
  • 11) an open way (generally public) for travel or transportation
  • 12) an established line of travel or access
  • 13) A way or course of transit; a line of travel, passage, or progression; the course passed or to be passed over in reaching a destination, or (by extension) an object or a purpose; as a legal or engineering term, the horizontal direction along and near the surface of the earth of a way or course, as a road, a railway, or a canal, occupied or to be occupied for travel.
  • 14) An order for a route march.
  • 15) A way; road; path; space for passage.
  • 16) An obsolete form of rout, rout, rout, rout.
  • 17) To direct or divert along a particular course.
  • 18) Internet to connect two local area networks, thereby forming an internet
  • 19) divert in a specified direction
  • 20) send via a specific route
  • 21) send documents or materials to appropriate destinations
  • 22) To send or forward by a specific route. synonym: send.
  • 23) To schedule the order of (a sequence of procedures).

Examples

  • 1) The rout has forced the regime to beg for volunteers to form militias.
  • 2) By strange coincidence, each army managed to rout a large part of the other.
  • 3) Within two hours of fighting, the royalist army was routed and Montrose fled to the hills.
  • 4) Like a routed army, the Republicans are already fleeing in all directions.
  • 5) Although little is known about the battle itself, the Lancastrian army was routed and that victory proved crucial.
  • 6) Labour fears over the budget came as the potential scale of the party 's rout in Scotland became clear.
  • 7) At first, the rout of commodity prices generally and of oil in particular picked up where it left off on Thursday.
  • 8) ‘We do not yet know whether different stages of a battle, such as the initial salvos, a fighting retreat and a rout, have different archaeological signatures.’
  • 9) ‘Their retreat had been a rout, and thousands of fleeing refugees, the elderly, women and children, had been slaughtered mercilessly.’
  • 10) ‘He turned, his numb and shaking legs turning his retreat into a disordered rout.’
  • 11) ‘The war ended in 1993 with the total rout of the Georgian army, and the flight of more than 200,000 Georgian and Mingrelian refugees into Georgia.’
  • 12) ‘Not long after, what had started as a careful retreat on the part of the Union became a disorganized rout.’
  • 13) ‘This important national anniversary was associated with Charles II hiding in an oak tree at Boscobel after the rout of his army at Worcester in September 1651.’
  • 14) ‘A premature attack on Mountjoy's forces resulted in a rout by his cavalry and a long retreat back to Ulster through a hostile countryside.’
  • 15) ‘In 1821 the Kakanfo's threat to Abomey and his capability to defend Oyo territory ended in his rout by the Dahomey army, and by 1830 Shabe had been razed and the cavalry no more to be seen.’
  • 16) ‘From there I was able to ship the film to London for transmission before the temporary Egyptian victory turned into a rout.’
  • 17) ‘To Mike, he resembled a General observing the bloody rout of his foe.’
  • 18) ‘The battle was turned into a rout as soldiers struggled to carry the king's body to the castle.’
  • 19) ‘The situation came to a head in October 1917, with the rout of the Italian second army at Caporetto.’
  • 20) ‘The rout is not a complete one, as the contingent of Lyran ships arrive in time to help cover the escape of the remains of the Lyrans' central attacking force.’
  • 21) ‘The engagement is a rout and Nathan is captured.’
  • 22) ‘For several days the troopers were forced to fall back in disgrace, Pelham's guns the only things keeping us from a spectacular rout.’
  • 23) ‘The Mongols were very far from their bases, and any reverse could quickly turn into a rout.’
  • 24) ‘The doctor, bending over a wounded soldier, looked around and saw the rout beginning.’
  • 25) ‘The Americans ran in total rout from the field, leaping over the stone walls off Lexington Green.’
  • 26) ‘Low morale among the soldiers had not been the cause of defeat, but it undoubtedly helped to turn defeat into rout.’
  • 27) ‘This Pacific division championship was followed by two decisive routs in the Canada West final four.’
  • 28) ‘Even while he was in the thick of the campaign, there were pointers to his party's rout in the 1991 General Election.’
  • 29) ‘Despite her electoral rout, the masses, seduced by her silken eloquence into believing that Dr Karunanidhi and his men had been witch hunting her, stood solidly behind her.’
  • 30) ‘In the meantime, the challenge will be to stave off complacency toward reform now that chances for a rout at the polls suddenly seem remote.’
  • 31) ‘He took the lead in offering major concessions to municipal reformers in a desperate effort to prevent a complete rout.’
  • 32) ‘So the shift toward Stoiber shows just how scared the CDU is of a rout in 2002.’
  • 33) ‘Jamie Wood added a fifth, and substitute Matt Woolf completed the rout with his first-ever goal for the Wands.’
  • 34) ‘Newry had further chances to complete the rout in the final five minutes of the match.’
  • 35) ‘Stradbally had opened in whirlwind fashion and had two goals on the scoreboard as an expected rout began.’
  • 36) ‘He's the one most likely to minimise an electoral rout.’
  • 37) ‘Not bothering to count, the referee halted the rout at 2: 51.’
  • 38) ‘Hornets scored with their first attack of the second half and a rout looked likely.’
  • 39) ‘The home side dug deep to prevent an expected rout.’
  • 40) ‘He blamed their electoral rout on the party MPs' neglect of their constituencies.’
  • 41) ‘A goal by Ruud van Nistelrooy halted a rout at the Bernabeu.’
  • 42) ‘Australia eased to a second win at the World Cup with a 13-try rout against Romania.’
  • 43) ‘Minnesota's offense showed improvement last week, with their quarterback leading a rout of the Saints.’
  • 44) ‘With Cambridge finding it hard to settle into the game, a rout looked on the cards.’
  • 45) ‘The rout began in the 18th minute when Blackburn scored the first of a three-goal salvo in nine minutes.’
  • 46) ‘That assist was Scholes's last contribution to what is becoming a rout.’
  • 47) ‘I intend to live to be a hundred, and to go to ten thousand routs and balls, and to play cards every night of my life till the year eighteen hundred [it is currently 1712].’
  • 48) ‘Especially when grand balls, I'm not even mentioning the more intimate routs or soirées, are held just weeks apart.’
  • 49) ‘Which of the various routs and balls and musicales would afford her the best chance to find a husband?’
  • 50) ‘He had to find a rout of wolves and travel with them for a bit.’
  • 51) ‘He prepared to ignite the sticks as the rout of wolves came near.’
  • 52) ‘The rout of wolves closes in around us.’
  • 53) ‘He imagines he's being chased by a rout of wolves.’
  • 54) ‘The Federals, caught out of formation, were routed and were soon in retreat, abandoning their standards and hundreds of prisoners.’
  • 55) ‘In France, Henry unexpectedly routs a vastly superior French army at Agincourt and wins the heart of a French princess.’
  • 56) ‘He had excelled in every single mission that had been assigned to him, from routing bandits to training whole divisions of new recruits to aid in the war.’
  • 57) ‘routing those that came out of Capua against them, and thus procuring a quantity of proper soldiers' arms, they gladly threw away their own as barbarous and dishonourable.’
  • 58) ‘In this game, you cannot charge regiments into another, although a combat formation is supposed to help increase your chances of routing the other unit.’
  • 59) ‘Sensing that his armies would be routed, Ethelred conjured up a scheme to prevent them from facing the enemy head on.’
  • 60) ‘The Philistines fought a battle against Israel, and the men of Israel were routed, leaving their dead on Mount Gilboa.’
  • 61) ‘By the end of the war, living memorial advocates could claim a rhetorical victory, having routed their opponents, if only in pure word volume.’
  • 62) ‘Lord Mountjoy replaced him in Ireland, reducing the Gaelic chiefs to submission and routing a Spanish invasion force in 1601.’
  • 63) ‘Distrust and self-interest made them stand by as they routed one army after another.’
  • 64) ‘At the end the hero routs the heavy villain with a martial expertise.’
  • 65) ‘‘We went from full-on desperation to routing the enemy in under ten minutes,’ I say, mostly to convince myself that that is what had occurred.’
  • 66) ‘The political power and territorial control of Muscovy expanded greatly under the four-decade reign of Ivan III, who died in 1505 after routing the Mongol armies.’
  • 67) ‘Weather looks like chance, but some think it's a malign force determined to rout them.’
  • 68) ‘To rout this pest, scientists at the labs from coast to coast are making the sharpshooter and the Xylella microbe the focus of ambitious new studies.’
  • 69) ‘As a matter of fact, he was completely baffled on how to rout a person that wields luck.’
  • 70) ‘When the coalition routed the ALP to win office after 13 years in opposition, the party ran a brilliant, centrally conducted campaign.’
  • 71) ‘They implored prelates to observe vigilantly all sacerdotal activities in order to secure the subservience of priests and to rout out rebels and rogues.’

Examples

  • 1) We take a different route because it has worked so far.
  • 2) He would then have just two routes to victory.
  • 3) You just need to go out and ask for advice and go down that route.
  • 4) We should look at a different route in.
  • 5) The route involves three to six hours' walking a day.
  • 6) An area of high pressure is blocking their direct route to the finish line so they are both having to plot a way north.
  • 7) Passengers have been forced to work from home or find alternative routes by bus or car, adding hours to their daily commutes.
  • 8) Cardiff airport last month launched a new route flying to London City airport.
  • 9) Just to play on the team bus for entertainment en route to matches.
  • 10) There will be reduced or suspended services on a number of routes.
  • 11) This is not just through obvious routes whereby weak housing hits purchases of furniture or carpets.
  • 12) There will be stops at friendly garden centres en route for plant and wheelbarrow servicing.
  • 13) Tube and bus routes within walking distance.
  • 14) They have taken different routes to get where they are now.
  • 15) We left camp and took the most direct route.
  • 16) Lunch in a café en route to the airport.
  • 17) Those conditions included the preservation of jobs and of some air routes.
  • 18) That leaves a sovereign wealth fund purchaser or a demerger as the most obvious exit route.
  • 19) The website hosts a range of transport and traffic tools so you can plan the quickest route.
  • 20) People will always look for new routes and new ways round the system.
  • 21) They know they have to go the intellectual route to get your interest.
  • 22) Call it route one with finesse and flair.
  • 23) Park rangers were dispatched and began climbing the route.
  • 24) Most major arterial routes are already electrified.
  • 25) En route we stopped to buy petrol.
  • 26) The admirably simple home page channels you down any number of routes.
  • 27) One of them kicked a car that was just a little tardy in clearing the route.
  • 28) There have been landings at other Kent beaches since the new route opened up last summer.
  • 29) The routes include directions and details of how tough the walk is, how long it should take and what the surface conditions are like.
  • 30) The device includes an electronic compass, direction indicator, route planner and real time clock.
  • 31) The car park where the body was discovered will be transformed into a visitor's centre and a route through the cathedral will take tourists past his remains.
  • 32) Our route to this place was equally grand and experimental; grand, as to the width of the road, and beauty of the surrounding country -- but experimental, inasmuch as a part of the _route royale_ had been broken up, and rendered wholly impassable for carriages of any weight.
  • 33) I proposed to travel with an English friend named Pottinger to Vienna, and thence by some adventurous route or other through Germany to Paris; which was a great deal more to undertake in those days than it now is, entailing several hundred per cent. more pain and sorrow, fasting, want of sleep and washing, than any man would encounter in these days in going round the world and achieving _la grande route_; or the common European tour, to boot.
  • 34) I can get help from distribution companies, but certainly, I won't be going the label route.
  • 35) Po, after KFP 1, took the Shaolin route from the Shaw Brothers, decided to go on one of those epic "mountain journeys" and ran into Uwe Boll dressed in Spartan gear weeping over his latest epic failure of video game to movie disasters … Po, feeling a sense passion, not to mention outrage at a possiblely gay film maker dressed in "manly" attire … decapitates Uwe and saves the gear …
  • 36) In this case, the band decided to ignore the label route and go on its own -- and while the sales numbers don't seem all that exciting based on traditional metrics, in terms of the metric that counts the most to the band (money made), it's already made much more than its last record label album.
  • 37) Gas costs keep rising and the traffic congestion along the route is a major headache for drivers.
  • 38) Another route is a Ruger Red Lable if you want to go the O/U route.
  • 39) ‘Emi's limo was currently taking the scenic route, with its eventual destination as the Ishiyama mansion.’
  • 40) ‘They both take alternate routes to reach their destination.’
  • 41) ‘Shipping of rice to the north was hindered by privateering in shipping routes to those destinations.’
  • 42) ‘In many ways, the choice is akin to taking two different routes to the same destination.’
  • 43) ‘Other services let drivers view traffic cams to find the best route to any destination - and receive voice prompts to direct them at intersections.’
  • 44) ‘The carriage awaited him, and as soon as he was aboard, he continued his route to his destination of the estate.’
  • 45) ‘The idea assumes that most people, most of the time, will take the simplest route to their destination.’
  • 46) ‘The couple have the option of heading back to Derry along the A2 or taking a longer, more scenic route via Dungiven.’
  • 47) ‘They proposed opening trade routes, which of course would lead to closer relations between the estranged societies.’
  • 48) ‘Her friend tried to lead the way, but there were more officers along the street who kept blocking escape routes, so their course was disrupted.’
  • 49) ‘They are looking for scenic routes with comfortable overnight accommodation.’
  • 50) ‘Manrique pushed initiatives to safeguard the island's natural and cultural heritage while at the same time mapping out a scenic route for touring the island.’
  • 51) ‘Wagner had fled from Dresden just a few weeks before Hugo had left Stuttgart, and both had taken the route to Paris via Switzerland.’
  • 52) ‘From here, the entrance route is via a semi-enclosed courtyard with a concrete retaining wall.’
  • 53) ‘The updated system will allow any product to find the most efficient route to its destination, cutting lead times by 14 days.’
  • 54) ‘Every now and then, the scenic route would change.’
  • 55) ‘The girls were walking back via the scenic route, which led past the old makeshift campsite.’
  • 56) ‘She followed her in stages - waiting further along the escape route each night - all the way back to her refuge in the park.’
  • 57) ‘When Douglass makes his first escape attempt, he plans a route on the Chesapeake Bay.’
  • 58) ‘I hoped fervently that we would be taking a different route on the way out.’
  • 59) ‘Some of the worst black spots occur on train routes or main arterial roads around the country.’
  • 60) ‘New railway routes had enabled suburbs to spread far beyond the gold-rush city, so that, by 1891, Melbourne encompassed twice the area of Sydney.’
  • 61) ‘Such information can then let them target ads for specific markets to specific bus lines or train routes.’
  • 62) ‘Bridges and tunnels are being built to link cities and towns to the railway route.’
  • 63) ‘One of the locations may not contain necessary connectors such as ferry routes or main roads.’
  • 64) ‘The car proved very enjoyable to drive on the twisty roads of the test route behind Barcelona.’
  • 65) ‘The 7.8 acre site on the Kinsale Road in Cork is close to the Kinsale roundabout giving access to the South Ring Road, Lee Tunnel and main arterial routes.’
  • 66) ‘Other hot spots include Williamstown, Grantstown and Ballygunner, which follow the route of the Waterford ring road.’
  • 67) ‘Brave campaigners occupy beautiful wildlife sites along imminent road routes, tunnelling deep before the bulldozers move in.’
  • 68) ‘Campaigns tended to be fought along railway routes, which sometimes made the armoured train decisive.’
  • 69) ‘A number of avenues could be explored to resolve the problem of vehicles striking low railway bridges in areas outside the main motorway routes.’
  • 70) ‘This corridor would connect Sligo, Galway, Limerick and Cork and open up rail services to towns along the now largely abandoned railway route.’
  • 71) ‘Founded in 1924, the airline flew on routes between London and destinations in continental Europe until 1927.’
  • 72) ‘Ryanair now operates dozens of new routes to destinations all over Europe, but out of Stansted, in London.’
  • 73) ‘Container integrity is the reasonable assurance that the contents shipped - via overseas and truck routes - are those that were ordered.’
  • 74) ‘Buses on dedicated routes can regularly travel at 35 miles per hour and adhere far more closely to schedules.’
  • 75) ‘The route will shorten travel time between Hong Kong and New York from 33 days to 26 days.’
  • 76) ‘The site is close to the route planned for the extension of the M50, as well as Stackstown golf course and Marlay Park.’
  • 77) ‘The accident happened at 9.30 pm on route 95 as a result of a previous accident.’
  • 78) ‘The following year the Government launched a public consultation process for a route from Tallaght to Dundrum via the city centre.’
  • 79) ‘The benchmark run was the actual milk collection and delivery routes used by the cooperative.’
  • 80) ‘The committee distributed weekly questionnaires on African American history, delivering them on routes primarily in black neighborhoods.’
  • 81) ‘For example, we make sure all of the drivers on our routes deliver milk the same way.’
  • 82) ‘The Texas company pioneered the use of wireless communications on delivery routes.’
  • 83) ‘Another key to increasing same-store sales is adding wholesale business by upping the number of grocery stores and other outlets on delivery routes.’
  • 84) ‘Data such as the weekly or daily sales figures from individual delivery routes across the country couldn't be accessed.’
  • 85) ‘Rolling-store operators normally traveled set routes on each day of the week.’
  • 86) ‘Chandler saved his pennies and began buying those routes, one by one, until 1886 when he owned virtually all the paper delivery routes in the city, including those of his employer's rivals.’
  • 87) ‘They couldn't identify or eliminate unprofitable routes or product lines immediately.’
  • 88) ‘Products are distributed in traditional ways on company routes as well as through chain warehouses and distribution centers.’
  • 89) ‘Going the blazing guns route almost always resulted in extreme failure for me.’
  • 90) ‘A fixed canon does not solve problems, nor provide a healthy route for progress.’
  • 91) ‘As we continue to gain technical understanding of the routes of exposure, we gain practical understanding of steps that will reduce risk.’
  • 92) ‘Significant rates of debt reduction by way of the bankruptcy route have consequences that can only be called catastrophic.’
  • 93) ‘In a global market, consolidation has become a survival strategy, not a route for risk-taking.’
  • 94) ‘These departments could follow the same route and describe their way of working in similar, proven ways.’
  • 95) ‘This process involves examining the options available to achieve the agreed objectives and finding the strategic route forward.’
  • 96) ‘If we can simply preserve as much of that wealth as we can, and use it as efficiently as possible, then we are a long way down the route to financial independence.’
  • 97) ‘They enable more people to invest in property, but in a much more flexible manner than the traditional route of becoming a landlord.’
  • 98) ‘When confronted with a risk, an entrepreneur weighs the costs and benefits, decides which route makes sense, and takes action.’
  • 99) ‘If the bank is not going to dip into 2002 profits to deal with the problem, then shareholders need to know what other routes it might take to deal with it.’
  • 100) ‘Both recognized that in the second half of the twentieth century the best way to succeed in theatre was via the nonprofit route.’
  • 101) ‘I applied for Child Tax Credit months ago via the Internet route.’
  • 102) ‘For many other immigrants, the route to economic stability was in self-sufficiency.’
  • 103) ‘Two different routes have been followed by liberal institutionalists in their attempt to explain the emergence of regimes.’
  • 104) ‘Physicians should choose the route of administration based on each patient's financial situation and the risk of noncompliance.’
  • 105) ‘How H pylori is usually acquired and its route of transmission are unknown.’
  • 106) ‘I've always believed that decency and honesty are the best routes to success.’
  • 107) ‘Sports is producing more and more superstars as it becomes a route to riches.’
  • 108) ‘I'm not someone who believes that working long hours is the route to riches.’
  • 109) ‘The software lets you use pseudonyms on the Web, and it routes all of your Web activity through encrypted servers, making you virtually untraceable online.’
  • 110) ‘In lending, it routes each customer's loan application to four different banks and makes an average of about $500 when the loan closes.’
  • 111) ‘He looks at the address on the envelope of a packet of information, and then he routes the packet to the specified mailbox.’
  • 112) ‘When e-mail arrives in your inbox - or any of the folders into which you route your mail - SpamNet compares it with a database of known spam.’
  • 113) ‘Another highlight is the ability to route customer calls based on agent skills, to help prevent customers being transferred by agents unable to help them.’
  • 114) ‘The Korean forum has focused upon wired networking, including powerline networking, to route content throughout the home, he said.’
  • 115) ‘‘You should route all power to the fusion reactor,’ Mark called above the din.’
  • 116) ‘This vision is of a rich web of linked information, with markup allowing machines to route relevant information to the audiences that value it most.’
  • 117) ‘When a packet needs to be routed, the router looks in its routing table for the next-hop IP address the packet should take to get to the destination.’
  • 118) ‘I switched my receiver to stereo mode, and everything was routed to the front right speaker.’
  • 119) ‘Blocks are sealed, conveyed through metal detectors and routed to an automatic case packer before they are weighed and labeled.’
  • 120) ‘Since the Chapter 11 bankruptcy of our west coast co-location provider, we have been routing all of our traffic through our secondary server farm in New York City.’
  • 121) ‘The remaining 9,000 shares would be routed to whichever markets offer the second-best price - and so on until the order is filled.’
  • 122) ‘All requests for foreign purchases of South African property must be routed through an authorised dealer, in other words a registered banker.’
  • 123) ‘Any shipping making the transition past the Blizzard Falls had to be routed through the port facilities there, making it the gateway from the upper to lower lakes.’
  • 124) ‘This means that requests for service need to be intercepted or inspected so they can be routed to the most appropriate service instance available.’
  • 125) ‘Similarly, preferred clients could have their data routed to a higher-speed server.’
  • 126) ‘Any attempt to speak to them is routed to a vast office where harassed and underpaid staff attempt to deal with routine inquiries.’
  • 127) ‘The planar waveguide process involves placing glass fibres on silicon chips in order to provide pathways capable of routing a light signal between fiber optic strands.’
  • 128) ‘The system relies on maintaining all three connections whenever possible and simply routing data packets onto whichever offers the fastest throughput.’
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