How To Use Offend In A Sentence

  • Offenders may be liable to a heavy fine.
  • So let vs, which this chaunge of weather vew, chaunge eeke our mynds and former liues amend the old yeares sinnes forepast let vs eschew, and fly the faults with which we did offend. Amoretti and Epithalamion
  • We take a hard line with soft drinks - and cola is the worst offender.
  • I'm personally offended both by the error on the Times website and by your association of me with what you call the intentional slander of US marines. Rightwing Spin That Haditha Massacre Never Occurred
  • I went into the office to find the offender, and saw a worried woman crumpled in a chair in the corner, wearing a look of weariness and doubt.
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  • Ignorance of Sarah Palin offends anyone who is educated, it's an insult to the intellectual world, american intelligence. Palin plans 'aggressive' fundraising push
  • Then, when cashiered out of the navy after refusing to follow orders which offended his conscience, he is visited by the mysterious benefactor who has shadowed him his entire life, who invites him to join a highly exclusive gentlemen's club, Redking's. REVIEW: Not Less Than Gods and The Women of Nell Gwynne's by Kage Baker
  • The overriding principle is not to offend the sensitive by immoderate cachinnation at an inappropriate joke. Times, Sunday Times
  • Who would be held responsible if this man offended again?
  • Though he has been on scholarship for the past two seasons, Mr. Merriewether, who wasn't recruited, says he's offended by the term walk-on and has done everything he can to welcome the nonscholarship players into the team's rituals. Who Invited All the Walk-Ons?
  • He took an aesthete's view that some of the writing in the issue was ‘indecent in the sense of offending against delicacy’ but ‘would not deprave or corrupt save in point of literary style’.
  • The author thought that the joint negligence principal offender theory can be established, and the negligence abettor or the negligence assist offender is untenable.
  • Tahoma has a work-release program for non-violent offenders and routinely has inmates doing some of their time providing labor at the cemetery. Reggie Buddle
  • Offending drivers are to be pulled over as part of a pilot scheme and ‘given advice’ rather than booked, on the basis that it is pointless fining people for innocent mistakes.
  • Three times a week he holds a "durbar," for the trial of offenders and transaction of general regimental business. Afghanistan and the Anglo-Russian Dispute
  • We won't wear "bloomers," or make any attempt to imitate you in our dress, manners, or occupations; we will do nothing to offend the most fastidious, we will be women still. The Womans Advocate
  • We clip newspaper articles showing lengthy sentences for repeat offenders.
  • The offender was dealt with leniently as he had confessed his crime.
  • We want a minimum one-year custodial sentence-longer for repeat offenders and organised gangs.
  • The orchestra plays Grieg and Moszkowski; a smell of chocolate is in the air; that tall, pink lieutenant over there, with his cropped head and his outstanding ears, his _backfisch_ waist and his mudscow feet -- that military gargoyle, half lout and half fop, offends the roving eye. Europe After 8:15
  • However, he conceded that the Government was yet to get a handle on the situation, as younger offenders were getting their hands on illegal guns.
  • The inobedience of Adam caused the first war, of that he had offended God, whereof followed the two other wars. The Golden Legend, vol. 7
  • That's right, vast swabs of the offending speech are reproduced under the cover of the Parliamentary privilege that had been so abused.
  • He thought every thing was to be feared from the present state of the affair, and proposed revealing at once all he knew of it to Mr. Tyrold: but Camilla desired him to take no step till she had again expostulated with her sister, who might else be seriously hurt or offended. Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth
  • Here's my answer, and please don't be offended if I read some kind of prurient interest into your query. um...
  • The first year will be spent in a young offenders' institute. Times, Sunday Times
  • The acts were not just reluctant to offend, but even to probe beyond the first middle-class convention they came up against.
  • Misuse of alcohol and drugs are key factors behind offending by veterans and a high proportion of crimes are linked to domestic violence. Times, Sunday Times
  • The shirts that I am offended by are usually not the type that would be offensive to a nonhunter, but because of crude or sexual humor. Sharp-Dressed Man?
  • Not since the days when a churl suffered extravagant penalties for offending a Norman lord have we seen such disparities of treatment within our justice system.
  • The only solution most agencies saw was building more places to incarcerate offenders. INSIDERS
  • Of the general prison population roughly 67% reoffend within two years of being released. Times, Sunday Times
  • In another setting, a firehouse was ordered to take down its largely secular holiday decorations, because neighbors were offended by it.
  • The cop carried a stick, ready to thwack anybody who offended his ear or eye.
  • A country discovering a successfull assassination, supporting rebels or desecration of holy site now gets a casus belli against the offender.
  • I'm sorry I offended you; it wasn't my intention.
  • The apology must be delayed long enough to recognise the hurt felt by the offended victim - but proffered before there is lasting harm.
  • When at Mr. Gedge's I wished much to apprize you of the public opinion as to our Boy Giles, [6] but I dare not then, I shall you may be sure Sir, after such a letter as this, be anxious for your opinion, and I will not damp my spirits with the idea of your being offended. Letter 63
  • Miss Margland, extremely piqued, vented her spleen in oblique sarcasms, and sought to heal her offended pride by appeals for justice to her sagacity and foresight in the whole business. Camilla: or, A Picture of Youth
  • Yet offenders are expected to meet education and training targets that will affect their chances of parole. Times, Sunday Times
  • Since there's little danger of hypothermia when the water temperature is 80 degrees, your chief sartorial concern is not offending other boaters.
  • Though he is sworn to secrecy, Larry, stricken with guilt over offending a friend, spills the beans.
  • They will deduce that there are fewer officers on the lookout for proper offenders, such as drunken drivers or those without insurance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not only are offenders presented with indisputable evidence of culpability, but also unconnected suspects rely on the technique to prove their innocence. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the United Kingdom and Australia, the term nonce sometimes spelled "nonse" is a slang word used to refer to a sex offender and/or child sexual abuser. On a child's view of English
  • But what we know is these women often tend to be what we call interpersonal offenders, where they exploit children emotionally, if not sexually. CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2007
  • We would need to see the context of these memos to know what beefs Roberts might have had with the offending words.
  • It's a delightful piece of absurdist nonsense, a sitcom designed to offend highbrow admirers of minimalist dance.
  • In a plural society it is both inevitable and important that people offend others. Times, Sunday Times
  • We got a juvenile offender, family of devout Jehovah's Witnesses. We gotta be real careful here.
  • When the offending device had finally been removed, she didn't notice even then; her mind had been made as pure as the cubic room she was contained in.
  • They left the _furca_ and the _patibulum_, the axe and the rods, to great offenders: for these minor and (if I may so term them) extra-moral offences _the bent thumb_ was considered as a sufficient sign of disapprobation, -- _vertere pollicem_; as _the pressed thumb, premere pollicem_, was a mark of approving. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 11, No. 67, May, 1863
  • In many cases where young boys sexually offend there was a family history of emotional, sexual and physical abuse.
  • The paper gives a detailed discussion on the determination of surplus behavior from the classification of organized offender, executor, accessory and abettor.
  • Since the reinstatement of capital punishment in 1976, seven states have executed a combined twenty-two juvenile offenders nationwide.
  • Is there a huge problem with renegade owners unlawfully springing their offending dogs from the doggy jail?
  • Syph'lis" -- at which he corrects them with offended majesty The Enormous Room
  • The way tourists dress offends local standards of propriety.
  • What offends me violently is when a character is represented as a Good and Upright and Virtuous Hero, when almost his every act betrays him as a villain of the most heinous kind. Death carries a camcorder
  • Changes that define whether piracy is for profit or not have set a threshold that will allow not-for-profit offenders to get off scot-free, Lee said.
  • Over the same period, the number of similarly offending innkeepers who were amerced the higher sum of 3s. 4d. varied between eight in 1631 and 1637 and four in 1632 and every year between 1639 and 1642. Wrong Side of the River: London's disreputable South Bank in the sixteenth and seventeenth century. Jessica A. Browner
  • The fact that an offender may remain oblivious to that forgiveness is absolutely beside the point. Scott Cairns: The Christian and the Community: A Relationship in God's Image
  • Personal Dangerousness identification of recidivism can be divided into two categories of possible and probably a first-time offender.
  • In this new world, any departure from the narrowest fiscal path is hazardous to the health of the offending country.
  • Perhaps they are afraid of being ‘politically incorrect’ or offending religious susceptibilities.
  • I promise you never henceforth to offend your cause except in that mere woman's sympathy with what you call rebellion, for which women are not so much as banished by you -- or if they are, then banish me! The Cavalier
  • If a state's laws offend against the Constitution, the Supreme Court can declare them unconstitutional.
  • If that doesn't quite amount to an intention to offend, it does amount to culpable negligence in avoiding pointless offence. Times, Sunday Times
  • So, uh, he was offended by that.
  • Limits court authority to incarcerate offenders who commit certain drug crimes, break drug treatment rules or violate parole.
  • He perceived that the Liberal ministry had offended certain influential sections by appearing too demiss or too unenterprising in foreign affairs. Archaism.
  • Although frustrated, the man meekly returned the offending piece back to its stand.
  • Bloggers have resorted to public shaming, posting photos of manspreading offenders caught in the act of indiscreet sitting.
  • He arrived with attitude as well as ambition, but those who were offended at the time concede now that he has the game to go with it.
  • Similarly, although nobody wants to be called a prude, one could hardly deny that being offended by non-abstinence sex education, pre-marital sex, and homosexuality is objectively anti-sex (that is to say: unmarried, non-heterosexual, and/or kinky sex). Matthew Yglesias » Also: The Sky Is Blue
  • Do but extract from the corpulency of bodies, or resolve things beyond their first matter, and you discover the habitation of angels; which if I call the ubiquitary and omnipresent essence of God, I hope I shall not offend divinity: for, before the creation of the world, God was really all things. Religio Medici
  • American neo-conservatives and their Republican outriders have worked tirelessly for 50 years to promote this hocus pocus, which offends not only the first principles of humanity, but of what we know about capitalism. Growth is about so much more than just the top rate of tax | Will Hutton
  • The prison service pursues the twin goals of the punishment and rehabilitation of offenders.
  • The offender withheld the truth from the policemen.
  • This was when the women's liberation movement was in full swing, and the brassiere was regarded as an offending piece of ‘body machinery’, designed by men and foisted on women.
  • He was sentenced to 18 months in a young offenders' institution disqualified from driving for two years.
  • The shootings we are speaking of happened in WI and the offender did not receive the death penalty. Tagging yourself?
  • The biggest offenders are security vans, council vehicles and shops loading and unloading goods.
  • HARRIMAN (WATE) -- An Indiana man was arrested in Harriman for sexual solicitation of a minor after he failed to register as a sex offender in Tennessee. undefined
  • In each case the offender rode up on a mountain bike and sped off after committing an indecent assault or exposing himself.
  • Each carried a whip and flaming torch with which to chivy both mortal offenders and recalcitrant gods.
  • He caught hold of the neck of the offending garment and ripped it clean to the hem.
  • Community punishment is used for less serious offenders.
  • The offender is extruded as unworthy of an honorable calling.
  • Without their intelligence, the enforcement people end up investigating small time drug offenders on tips from the police, or hanging out at the local jailhouse looking for aliens to deport.
  • Almost invariably, for some reason, the overweight person is a huge offender, even though dressed in the muumuu or bowling shirt and sweatpants, they still manage to make up for looking bad by trying to smell good and are therefore a huge nuisance. Roseanne Archy
  • A serial offender who stole to feed a drug habit and then handed himself in has been sentenced to four months in prison.
  • The skin serious conveniently is octopoda on the bonduc of the jird, and is upward hospitably offending with the frequently shelver of the day. Rational Review
  • He removed the sticker, saying he did not mean to offend. The Sun
  • He seems oblivious that he is ignoring their guest and offending an upset wife who has done her best to provide genuine hospitality. Christianity Today
  • Mentally disordered offenders: practical steps to diversion from custody.
  • Top offending foods identified were, in alphabetical order, barley, beef, chicken, lamb, potato, rice, soya and wheat.
  • I'm refreshed, having binned the offending pants.
  • The offenders' liberty, in the absence of sentence remission, would actually be restricted for a longer period than if incarcerated.
  • The answer must be yes; for if he cannot, the courts will become the province of those anodyne centrists whose views don't offend anyone with power.
  • What you think is friendly banter could offend and you might find it hard to get back in their good books. The Sun
  • It was a cruel drawback to her hopes to see him first thus in public: but the manner of Mrs. Arlbery at the hotel, he had thought repulsive; he had observed that she seemed offended with him since the rencounter at the breakfast given for Miss Dennel; and he now wished for some encouragement for renewing his rights to the acquaintance. Camilla
  • Whatever the justice of the situation-and I had to admit that at least some of it lay on his side-my sense of amour-propre was deeply offended at the thought of being beaten, by whomever and for whatever reason. Sick Cycle Carousel
  • The wardens of some of the police court prisons say they have more public spitters in their custody than any other class of offender.
  • The new law will ensure that habitual criminals receive tougher punishments than first-time offenders.
  • I'm far more offended by minstrelizing robots with no plausible connection to hip hop by any imaginative stretch and the use of mudflap a derogatory term involving the assumption of a dirty and uncivilized penis than a series of black monsters set in Africa of all places. Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen
  • The offender, the Xinjiang Daily net will investigate its corresponding legal liability.
  • He thought he could swan around making nice speeches and not offend people - and he will follow Jimmy Carter as a one term POTUS because of it. The Sydney Morning Herald News Headlines
  • Aren't you a snowflake for being offended?
  • What evidence does he have that new sentencing laws are providing greater protection to the community from serious and recidivist offenders?
  • Anybody with a Todd Palin goatee is a facial offender. Mike Gellman: Hair of the Mug
  • Then he responded by, apparently, unfiring them and saying he's offended but he'll unfire them, which makes him look at best like an equivocator and at worst like he doesn't have any scruples. Edwards On The Bloggers: "Personally Offended," But Believes In "Giving Everyone A Fair Shake"
  • We find that the violent offenders as a group do differ to normals, but it doesn't mean to say that every murderer does have an abnormal profile.
  • Sentence: three years' detention in a young offender institution.
  • An offender who takes part in a large-scale public disturbance cannot expect to be sentenced as if his actions had been committed in isolation. Times, Sunday Times
  • However you took the offending article down before I had chance to snort with derision at its fubar logic and textual opacity.
  • The others laughed, and Chelsea was surprised to find Calvin unoffended by the comment on his girlfriend's school.
  • The document highlighted failings in a government pledge to deport dangerous offenders once they have served their sentence. The Sun
  • Although these factors are never an excuse for criminal activity, a judge can take them into consideration in exhibiting some leniency, especially if it is a first time offence or the offender has demonstrated rehabilitation. Don’t Do Mandatory Drug Sentences : Law is Cool
  • He said the pensioner, who suffers from diabetes, high blood pressure and arthritis, had now accepted the affair was over, had been reconciled with his wife and any future offending was unlikely.
  • The offenders then tried to leave the scene in the victim's car, which luckily didn't start.
  • They unanimously supported calls for action to prevent bail hostels being used by potentially dangerous offenders.
  • This has to be the stupidest blog-slap fight i've ever seen. how can someone reall be THAT offended that they were taken off a blog aggrigator? Saddam
  • It will make them bitter, resentful and more likely to offend. The Sun
  • Consequently, the costs of strengthening and extending the probation service could be defrayed by charging a fee to the offending corporation.
  • Those of a delicate conscience may be offended by the movie, but the images it conjures in the mind are more disturbing than those depicted on screen.
  • The contraceptive pill is the worst offender, but it is not the only drug to deplete the body's vitamin levels.
  • In most instances a doctor would be present, since such reactions are most commonly seen very shortly after the person receives a desensitizing injection of the offending substance.
  • Unlike most offenders, they will not be paying a visit to their probation officer once every three weeks.
  • Persistent young offenders in York and North Yorkshire could be electronically tagged in a scheme to cut youth crime.
  • We were intervening in assaults and disorder as it happened and taking the offender away. Stuck In My Head Since I Was Twelve « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • When the offending Arminian left he returned to the fold.
  • The wardens of some of the police court prisons say they have more public spitters in their custody than any other class of offender.
  • The focus has instead switched to juveniles and the lack of secure places for hardcore young offenders.
  • The offender may then be justly punished by opinion, though not by law. Sources of the West: Readings in Western Civilization, Volume 1: From the Beginning to 1715
  • There was enough of difference to catch the eye and not enough of glaringness to offend it. The Story of Ab A Tale of the Time of the Cave Man
  • Duke Senior, unoffended, invited Orlando to sit down and join them.
  • She was just a little offended by the implications in his words and was suddenly bored with his arrogance and decided to get rid all the noble-sounding, diplomatic and politic speeches.
  • Offenders of intellectual property violations will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
  • It could be that Bush was unaware that Pisco Sour was alcoholic, or that he merely took a sip so as not offend his hosts – the beverage is the country's national drink – but drink it he did. Ecological Ain't the Same As Good for You
  • When it comes time for these dangerous offenders to be released, civil confinement thus becomes an appealing option.
  • Even quite venial offenders were sentenced to death.
  • They will deduce that there are fewer officers on the lookout for proper offenders, such as drunken drivers or those without insurance. Times, Sunday Times
  • Repeat offenders will be clobbered with unlimited crown court fines. The Sun
  • Offenders should be taught self-discipline, personal responsibility and how to act like ‘a decent human being’.
  • And first, I am very sensible how much the gentlemen of wit and pleasure are apt to murmur, and be choked at the sight of so many daggle-tailed parsons that happen to fall in their way, and offend their eyes; but at the same time, these wise reformers do not consider what an advantage and felicity it is for great wits to be always provided with objects of scorn and contempt, in order to exercise and improve their talents, and divert their spleen from falling on each other, or on themselves, especially when all this may be done without the least imaginable danger to their persons. An Argument against Abolishing Christianity
  • Security is actually more intense in a young offender institute. The Sun
  • From the bloody hematoma on his forehead to the true Manchu beard-mustache combo, bloody cuts on his body and guaranteed-to-offend tattoos, this seven-inch tall likeness of the late punker best known for using the stage as a toilet, performing naked and attacking his fans is for the hardcore only. Boing Boing
  • Turning the young offenders of today into the hardened criminals of tomorrow is not the answer. Times, Sunday Times
  • For the _cordon-bleu_ hoped that the lion would exhibit disapproval of the paint and powder by chumping off the offending head, and that would have been frightfully thrilling. Our Stage and Its Critics By "E.F.S." of "The Westminster Gazette"
  • We know that most crime is committed by a hard-core group of repeat offenders.
  • “Gharíb:” the porter is offended because the word implies “poor devil;” esp. one out of his own country. The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Offenders will be named and shamed over public address systems. Times, Sunday Times
  • David, I hope I didn't misrepresent your point of view, and I certainly didn't mean to offend you!
  • Second, the judge must have already decided to sentence the offender to a prison term of less than two years duration.
  • So he offended both sides of the town and gown divide. Times, Sunday Times
  • The announcement last year of a possible North West assembly had to be held in an hotel in Daresbury in Cheshire in order to be roughly equidistant between Liverpool and Manchester and avoid offending the residents of either.
  • The execution of juvenile offenders is extremely rare and at least 72 countries set 18 as the minimum age for the death penalty.
  • While clamping will end, persistent offenders will have cars towed away with a release fee of £105, against the £55 charged for a clamp.
  • Research has documented that as offenders mature, they are less likely to continue using drugs and less likely to recidivate than are younger offenders.
  • Mr Thornhill said: We feel very strongly that short term custodial sentences must be available and available for those who continue to offend, particularly violent offences. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • A show spokeswoman insisted that the offending gnome be ejected. Times, Sunday Times
  • Must their statues now be pulled down because they offend our sensibilities? The Sun
  • They commit themselves to inquire into all alleged cases of torture and to prosecute offenders.
  • From the stone walls and landscaped embankments to the sweep of the footbridges and the modern viaduct that carries the road over the river, this scheme was designed not just not to offend the eye but to please it.
  • The consequences of offending someone by ignoring their friend request are greater with a colleague you see every day than with a careless dining companion you may never meet again.
  • Call me rigidly European, but it offends my sense of food order.
  • Family GuyFamily Guy inherited the dysfunctional family mantle - or perhaps mantlepiece, since it's still all suburban - and pushed the boundaries further than The Simpsons has in a long time, frequently offending at least eight separate special interest groups in one 23 minute show. The Flintstones celebrate 50 year anniversary with a Google doodle
  • They consist of giving injections or drops of small quantities of the offending foods, well diluted. Alternative Health Care for Women
  • However, in so far as it purports to strengthen that belief, the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act is to be welcomed.
  • The offender is said to be in his early 20s, six feet tall and slim with a pale complexion and dark mousy hair.
  • Most homicides were unplanned, and few brought any benefit to the offender even if he avoided punishment.
  • Each offender was aware she was importing cocaine into Canada and, given the notorious dangerousness of the drug, each must have been aware of the serious wrong committed.
  • He also visits local schools and young offenders institutes to give advice. The Sun
  • Nöel-Picq clearly gets a kick out of pushing his story to the limits of what is socially acceptable, testing his audience, daring them to be offended.
  • Indeed, after years of declawing, today's BBC is so P45-paranoid of offending anyone that we should all feel verily grateful for a meandering plot in The Archers about Lynda's llamas. Grace Dent's TV OD: Luther and Falling Skies
  • She took off the offending dark green velvet dress and changed me into my beautiful white muslin dress with its pale blue sash.
  • However, the exasperation over repeat offenders is completely reasonable.
  • Stop using the offending drug and speak to your GP, pronto. The Sun
  • So: no reply to question = sender offended. Blaikie's Guide to Modern Manners
  • The young offender had to be remanded in custody for ten days.
  • Rather, we differ from other nations only in our high propensity to imprison nonviolent offenders and to incarcerate them for long periods.
  • Through such experiences and spectacles, the modern, detached, moderate rationality of the narrator, and often the hero, is linked to a restored sensorial excitement, as the novel connects the reader vicariously to a passional self momentarily free from habitual restraint (although in practice, still carefully insulated from any action that would seriously offend conventional proprieties). Walter Scott, Politeness, and Patriotism
  • But this didn't stop her from being snobbish to me, and continuing to use the word "goy" - a pejorative term meaning "gentiles" - around me, which she knew offended me, since it disrespected a lot of people I loved. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • But as much as such low-end food might offend my culinary sensibilities, I can drive right by.
  • It will make it an offence to light up in a pub, bar, club or restaurant and offenders could be fined.
  • He spat the offending liquid into the dust, and passed the water bottle back to her.
  • The American Law Institute recently revised the Model Penal Code's sentencing provisions, calling for a renewed commitment to proportionality based on the gravity of offenses, the "blameworthiness" of offenders, and the "harms done to crime victims. Walker on Herbert Wechsler, the Model Penal Code, and the Uses of Revenge
  • I have the right to free speech, for example, and you can ask me to apologize for anything I say that offends you, and that request would have no bearing on whether my freedom of speech was being abridged.
  • Avoid using words that might offend someone's racial or moral sensibilities.
  • Even apart from the problems above, retributivists have yet to construct a nonarbitrary way of deciding what sentence the guilty offender deserves as punishment. Punishment
  • Journalists don't have the monopoly on plagiarism, nor are they the worst offenders.
  • The offending fire alarm was now completely detached from the wall.
  • Sleep, however, at length got the better of all resistance; and now as if he had already been a deity, as the antients imagined, and an offended one too, he seemed to enjoy his dear-bought conquest. — The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling
  • The offended blacks had discovered the guilty pair on the outskirts of Breeza Downs, and Oola's husband, with a company of braves, had attacked their gunya. Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land
  • Instead of simply punishing them, the system encourages offenders to modify their behaviour.
  • Garbage blowing on the sidewalk would offend them as much as would a dully designed highrise.
  • Not only does pushing and shoving seem undignified, but such behaviour immediately marks the offender as a greedy glutton who has not been able to enjoy the best.
  • In speaking of criminal justice it states that the punishment should be ‘proportionate to the gravity of the offense’ and that it may avail to expiate the guilt of the offender.
  • They depart from Ghent — Our Hero engages in a Political Dispute with his Mistress, whom he offends, and pacifies with Submission — He practises an Expedient to detain the Carriage at Alost, and confirms the Priest in his Interest. The Adventures of Peregrine Pickle

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