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1. And now as tears subside.
2. The tears began to subside.
3. But it was starting to subside.
4. The chill was beginning to subside.
5. This is normal and it will subside.
6. Leona waits for the roar to subside.
7. The ocean of tears will not subside.

8. The bullishness is bound to subside.
9. The proselytic urge seemed to subside.
10. Then hopefully, the pain will subside.
11. Slowly he felt the searing pain subside.
12. The effects will subside when the cause.
13. Inacio waited for his breathing to subside.
14. Toward dusk the cannonade began to subside.
15. She waited for his coughing fit to subside.
16. All the laughter made my erection subside.
17. The animal’s rage was beginning to subside.
18. Allow all of your thoughts of self to subside.
19. Wren waited for the stunned murmurs to subside.
20. Tears will be shed, but your sadness will subside.
21. In this state all modifications subside completely.
22. DOESN'T SUBSIDE WHEN THE LECTURER, MR BROWN APPEARS.
23. Beck allowed the noise to subside before he continued.
24. These eventually subside by the end of the first week.
25. Hap waited for the unruly singing to subside before he.
26. He waited for the domestic creak and shuffle to subside.
27. She lay for a minute waiting for the giggles to subside.
28. Q: The world and the waking state emerge and subside to-.
29. The recent battle had made it subside a little but it was.
30. I lingered with Rhea for a moment to let my arousal subside.
31. The storm raging beyond the cave’s opening seemed to subside.
32. Perhaps in time, her grief would subside and her spirits lift.
33. What did not subside, was our love and our need for each other.
34. The flood of nations begins to subside into its normal channels.
35. Olin had remained standing as he waited for the voices to subside.
36. If you do that, the withdrawal symptoms will most likely subside.
37. It took some time for the shock, indignation and anger to subside.
38. I could feel my pulse thundering in me, only slowly did it subside.
39. I idly inspected my manicure and waited for his blustering to subside.
40. After about a minute, Sue and I’s emotional state began to subside.
41. The heavy rain started to subside to a mere drizzle as the group came.
42. The intense muscle ache would subside, but the bright sun was blinding.
43. He would have to stop and rest until the pains would subside, before he.
44. David collapsed on the bed and waited for his throbbing erection to subside.
45. The fog would lift, the pain would subside, all would become so very clear.
46. He scrubbed his face vigorously, and felt the pounding in his head subside.
47. Colin could feel the shakiness in his limbs, the nerves beginning to subside.
48. They erupted into a deafening laughter that took several minutes to subside.
49. He tore his gaze away from the map, but the pain didn’t subside this time.
50. The entire mass of conformist sheep subside back into apathy, and ignorance.
51. These pains will normally subside when a woman chooses to change her position.
52. Only then did the wild cheering begin to subside into individual shrieks of.
53. When the pain finally began to subside, strength began to build within my body.
54. She sat on her knees, catching her breath, waiting for the dizziness to subside.
55. It is an overwhelming fire which will not subside and burns you from the inside.
56. Over time, it will shift and drop, and when that happens the bridge will subside.
57. He waited for their fire to subside and then popped back up and hit the gas harder.
58. Chapel, she paused to catch her breath and wait for her hammering heart to subside.
59. He closed his eyes and waited for his heart to subside, but it cantered on and on.
60. SEVERE BRUISING THAT WAS NOW STARTING TO SUBSIDE 4HE BRACE FROM HIS SHOULDERS TO HIS.
61. Loki’s mouth opens in surprise, and his rage cools a bit just as the sparks subside.
62. The four seraph trolls spread out and waited for the breath of the dragons to subside.
63. But here the tumult was such he had to wait for it to subside before he could finish:.
64. Her knees trembled under her pants but she stood still waiting for the fear to subside.
65. By late morning, “night hell” would subside and “day hell” would take its place.
66. In the last two weeks the anger inside of her would not subside and she would not let it.
67. But at last all this uproar, after continuing about ten minutes, began gradually to subside.
68. She gave no reply just leaned closer into him and he patiently waited for her sobs to subside.
69. Then these agonies began swiftly to subside, and I came to myself as if out of a great sickness.
70. That is, even if Gordon were to physically board a real plane, then his fear would eventually subside.
71. He forced himself to control the involuntary physiological reaction, and the shaking began to subside.
72. The warmth of his hands, as it engulfed her hers, comforted her, and slowly the fear began to subside.
73. Eventually the tears subside, not because she feels better, but because she's too exhausted to continue.
74. He leaned his forehead against the glass, closing his eyes, and forced the bitter, bitter anger to subside.
75. Sounds that rose to a low screech only to quickly subside announced that it was also coming in short gusts.
76. Or sediment may be deposited to any thickness and extent over a shallow bottom, if it continue slowly to subside.
77. As the day goes on, waves of buying and selling by amateurs as well as slow-moving institutions gradually subside.
78. It had grown so dark that one could not distinguish the uniforms ten paces off, and the firing had begun to subside.
79. Only then did the wild cheering begin to subside into individual shrieks of joy as relatives recognized their own heroes.
80. Those few brief seconds of lunacy, of boisterous, burning Bedlam, subside and the world returns to its normal silent, brooding state.
81. You can see your reflection clearly on the waters of the ocean only when all the waves on the surface subside completely and become still.
82. It is easy to detect because when they cough, it becomes more obvious in the upright position but the swelling will subside on lying down.
83. The spiritual fruit cause the primal instincts of the beast to subside as our receptivity to the welfare of the body’s health increases.
84. He waited patiently for her initial gasp to subside before he began, with languid strokes, to firmly and rhythmically consummate their love.
85. He’s not worth it, I said again, and could see the fire and anger in his eyes subside, and sighed with relief when he came to a halt.
86. Then my anger would subside and I would unleash a tirade of accusations towards him and his conspirators, within this organization and elsewhere.
87. The tumult of excited voices began to subside and to hasten their demise he slammed his gravel down a second time while scowling out at the crowd.
88. As I waited for it to subside, and the Circle began to turn toward me, I could see in their eyes that they were anxious to hear me speak my heart.
89. In deep meditation, when the inner dialogue and random thoughts subside, you may begin to sense a mind that is clear, silent, and seemingly eternal.
90. So they gave themselves one more day for the coast to clear and for their concerns to subside, but all of them knew that the storm was far from over.
91. While there may be some initial pain, this will subside for most patients within a matter of days and normal activities can resume within a few weeks.
92. Buoyed in the tree branches, afraid he might slip through and kill himself on the black earth below, he waited for the sledgehammer to subside in his head.
93. Thru the next couple hours the mist would evaporate ever closer to the river and the storm would subside to a distant rumble and fluffy twinkle far up the valley.
94. Perhaps he expected applause in response to his question, but there was no sound of applause; on the contrary, every one seemed to subside and shrink back in dismay.
95. If not imbibed with adequate speed, it must soon press on the fluid at a, causing it to subside to the narrow part of the foot f, and thus to expose a much larger surface.
96. Elizabeth’s vision ended in darkness but convinced her that she should obtain her much-needed rest in hopes the incidences would subside enough to allow her some relaxation.
97. While waiting for a loud roar of thunder to subside, he hooked his thumbs under his suspenders then continued, If you have a few minutes, I’d like to ask you a few questions.
98. The disorderly elements began to subside, but the public, even the most "respectable" among them, had a dissatisfied and perplexed air; some of the ladies looked positively scared.
99. On this score his anger would never subside, and perhaps that explains why he was so irritated at the head of Säpo’s eager efforts to get hold of him – and Kraft was not the only one.
100. Meanwhile the clamour had begun to subside in the captain's room: they had finished their game, were settling down to sleep, and meanwhile were grumbling and languidly winding up their quarrels.
1. The pain is already subsiding.
2. My allergic reaction was subsiding.
3. That means the water is subsiding.
4. The pain was subsiding and he didn't feel sick.
5. Minutes later, the sighs of functions subsiding.
6. Doubts subsiding, he followed what seemed to be natural.
7. He suddenly felt his hopes rising and his fears subsiding.
8. Above and below, the Ice Bank was subsiding in long gradients.
9. My Fever was subsiding now and I was coming back as from a Dream.
10. His indignation was mounting, now that the initial hurt was subsiding.
11. Dismayed, the burning in his chest started subsiding, already giving up.
12. Carolyn calmed down and stood up, clinging to her mother, her sobs subsiding.
13. With the initial emotional release slowly subsiding, Allen asked, Are you.
14. The x-rays had proven negative and the tenderness was subsiding in her shoulder.
15. Meantime the fires, far from subsiding, began to spread with ever-increasing fury.
16. Temper subsiding, the anger drifted away with the approach of this newly acquired.
17. Brilliant deduction, Higgins said contemptuously, the fury subsiding in his voice.
18. It is a hunger that is not subsiding; a hunger that may be the main part of her therapy.
19. The fire in the man’s leg was subsiding as it went numb, a short-lived relief, though.
20. As I hurried to the stables that lay to the east, I thought the tumult in the residence was already subsiding.
21. She couldn’t understand what was happening to her emotions, and her subsiding anger left her feeling weak and wretched.
22. He was deep in thought now, his physical rage was slowly subsiding to nothing more than a dull pounding in the back of his skull.
23. Even the subsiding red-haze of the human sexual aftermath matches the cooling of the Outer Universe after its first explosive entry.
24. In the end, I give in, throwing a dirty glance in the direction of the tormenter standing over me before subsiding against the pillow again.
25. The euphoria that had been gripping him was subsiding and he realized that he was drenched in sweat, breathing hard and his upper body ached.
26. Blood and tissue continued to flow from the ISI director’s mouth with each convulsion, but the force was subsiding as his muscles lost their ability to contract.
27. He slowly drew back the coat from his head, squinting at the brightness of a younger sun, breathing heavily with subsiding anxiety and barely perceptible self-control.
28. Anyone who leaves his thought subsiding and inactive and lets his desire overcome his thinking will be as a brute beast which knows nothing other than eating and drinking.
29. That afternoon, the thunder of the train subsiding in his body, Underhill struck up through town on his usual path home, newspaper tucked crisply under arm to prevent reading himself past the park.
30. When Rosamond's convulsed throat was subsiding into calm, and she withdrew the handkerchief with which she had been hiding her face, her eyes met Dorothea's as helplessly as if they had been blue flowers.
31. Events in the world continued at breakneck speed in that much of the massive discontent directed against various governments had turned against the international corporations and showed no signs of subsiding.
32. His uneasiness increasing instead of subsiding, after a quarter of an hour's consideration, he set off for the coach-office with Startop, who volunteered his company, to make inquiry when the next coach went down.
33. I say, he said, subsiding between them, this is luck! But why didn’t you let a chap know you were coming a few hours before you landed? What started you, anyway? I thought you had planned for Castle Crag.
34. A soft wail escaped Chloe’s lips and Stephen’s growl was audible as he arched his back and clenched his buttocks for several long seconds before subsiding, kissing Chloe, carefully withdrawing, then rolling onto his back.
35. The rain was intermittent, at times pelting down in gust-driven torrents that rattled against the van, then subsiding to a light drizzle that floated quietly down, enveloping them in an eerie silence until the next peal of thunder.
36. Daily, the prejudice against a school of colored and white pupils is subsiding; and young men and young women of good habits and character are coming in, and such as appreciate an education, in connection with just and righteous sentiments.
37. Successive formations are in most cases separated from each other by blank intervals of time of great length, for fossiliferous formations thick enough to resist future degradation can, as a general rule, be accumulated only where much sediment is deposited on the subsiding bed of the sea.
38. I was now so bruised, so battered, so spent with this overmatch, that I could hardly stir, or raise myself, but lay palpitating, till the ferment of my senses subsiding by degrees, and the hour striking at which I was obliged to dispatch my young man, I tenderly advised him of the necessity there was for.
39. Strolling in at dusk, Sandra would open the books and her eyes would brighten (but not at the print), and subsiding into the arm-chair she would suck back again the soul of the moment; or, for sometimes she was restless, would pull out book after book and swing across the whole space of her life like an acrobat from bar to bar.
40. By the time it was starting to work its way back higher up the right side of the base, selling volume was subsiding quite significantly, setting up a pocket pivot buy point on October 29th as the stock came up off the 10-day moving average on volume that was greater than any down-volume day in the pattern over the prior 10 days.
41. There was only a comfortable glow that warmed and did him good without putting him into a fever, and he was reluctantly obliged to confess that the boyish passion was slowly subsiding into a more tranquil sentiment, very tender, a little sad and resentful still, but that was sure to pass away in time, leaving a brotherly affection which would last unbroken to the end.
42. At first the maternal sentiment took possession of me with such power, so great and unexpected a rapture seized upon me, that I imagined a new existence was beginning; but at the end of two months, when I commenced to go into society once more, this sentiment, which had been gradually subsiding, had become nothing more than the habitual and cold performance of a duty.
43. The colonel, thinking it all over, made up his mind not to pursue the matter further, but then for his own satisfaction proceeded to cross-examine Vronsky about his interview; and it was a long while before he could restrain his laughter, as Vronsky described how the government clerk, after subsiding for a while, would suddenly flare up again, as he recalled the details, and how.
44. You must know that in a settled and civilized ocean like our Atlantic, for example, some skippers think little of pumping their whole way across it; though of a still, sleepy night, should the officer of the deck happen to forget his duty in that respect, the probability would be that he and his shipmates would never again remember it, on account of all hands gently subsiding to the bottom.
45. As they eventually moved from the circle of light provided by the hotel and into the total blackness that surrounded them and cloaked them, Feltus and the other men turned up the wicks in their kerosene lanterns, suddenly flaring spectacularly then subsiding to cast a dim but well-needed glow to guide their progress; this, combined with the almost-constant flashes of lightning that reminded them of reporters’.
46. The French battalion rushes to the bridgehead, spikes the guns, and the bridge is taken! But what is best of all, he went on, his excitement subsiding under the delightful interest of his own story, is that the sergeant in charge of the cannon which was to give the signal to fire the mines and blow up the bridge, this sergeant, seeing that the French troops were running onto the bridge, was about to fire, but Lannes stayed his hand.
47. But as the last whelmings intermixingly poured themselves over the sunken head of the Indian at the mainmast, leaving a few inches of the erect spar yet visible, together with long streaming yards of the flag, which calmly undulated, with ironical coincidings, over the destroying billows they almost touched;—at that instant, a red arm and a hammer hovered backwardly uplifted in the open air, in the act of nailing the flag faster and yet faster to the subsiding spar.
48. In members of the same class the average amount of change, during long and equal periods of time, may, perhaps, be nearly the same; but as the accumulation of enduring formations, rich in fossils, depends on great masses of sediment being deposited on subsiding areas, our formations have been almost necessarily accumulated at wide and irregularly intermittent intervals of time; consequently the amount of organic change exhibited by the fossils embedded in consecutive formations is not equal.
49. The colonel, thinking it all over, made up his mind not to pursue the matter further, but then for his own satisfaction proceeded to cross-examine Vronsky about his interview; and it was a long while before he could restrain his laughter, as Vronsky described how the government clerk, after subsiding for a while, would suddenly flare up again, as he recalled the details, and how Vronsky, at the last half word of conciliation, skillfully maneuvered a retreat, shoving Petritsky out before him.
50. As to respect abroad, what course can be more certain to insure it? What object more honorable, what more dignified than to behold a great nation pursuing wise ends by appropriate means; rising to adopt a series of systematic exertions, suited to her power, and adequate to her purposes? What object more consolatory to the friends—what more paralyzing to the enemies of our Union—than to behold the natural jealousies and rivalries, which are the acknowledged dangers of our political condition, subsiding or sacrificing? What sight more exhilarating than to see this great nation once more walking forth among the nations of the earth, under the protection of no foreign shield? Peaceful because powerful—powerful because united in interests, and amalgamated by concentration of those interests in the national affections.
1. It soon subsided into a.
2. The heat subsided a little.
3. As the laugh subsided, Mrs.
4. After it subsided, Zem said.
5. The pain subsided, but bits.
6. Blaine subsided for the moment.
7. The pain subsided to a dull throb.
8. The adrenalin rush slowly subsided.
9. Her sense of panic hadn't subsided.
10. After the storm subsided, about 10.
11. The burning smell promptly subsided.
12. His nervous irritation had subsided.
13. The cook’s moans had now subsided.
14. As the storm subsided, Emily curled.
15. The anger from her face had subsided.
16. Within 24 hours, the fever had subsided.
17. The explosions had subsided, as if Frank.
18. Some seconds later the seizures subsided.
19. He listened again and the sounds subsided.
20. Knowing what to expect, his fear subsided.
21. Gradually the tension in the cabin subsided.
22. The rain had finally subsided, but the air.
23. Tom and the others subsided into their seats.
24. The wind subsided and the tornado dissipated.
25. At last the line of attacking goblins subsided.
26. I could only wait until God’s rage subsided.
27. Conversation subsided as they took in the scene.
28. Cristian clutched his chest as the pain subsided.
29. When her sobs subsided she went into the bedroom.
30. His one solace was that the stench had subsided.
31. Nor had the rush of gut juice completely subsided.
32. As she started, their milling and talking subsided.
33. As the Novocain subsided, the reality entered the.
34. My anger subsided before a feeling of infinite pity.
35. No one could speak until the initial shock subsided.
36. After the laughter subsided, Zem said, It would.
37. When I reached it, it had subsided to a creamy pool.
38. Gradually, his grip loosened as her tension subsided.
39. The swelling subsided, and the wound healed with time.
40. Slowly the melancholy mood subsided and her thoughts.
41. His initial frenzy had subsided almost to a monotone.
42. As soon as the wave subsided I tried to stand, still.
43. His fears subsided and he took the shuttle into space.
44. The storm eventually subsided Wednesday night after.
45. She let it happen and his grip on her throat subsided.
46. That will raise the subsided doubt again in his mind.
47. The rain had subsided, and turned into just a spring.
48. When the laughing subsided Rosemary indicated the room.
49. The howling and thrashing down below finally subsided.
50. The scream had subsided, but there was some change now.
51. As their laughter subsided some, Kathy mirthfully added.
52. His sobbing subsided as his suffering melted into fury.
53. Once the sensations have subsided, return to your work.
54. The excitement produced by the speech gradually subsided.
55. As the power of gravity subsided she turned her head and.
56. After the waves of nausea subsided, I stood and wandered.
57. All active opposition to his teachings had about subsided.
58. The battle subsided into a desultory picket fire at sunset.
59. The urge subsided when she started to think about her baby.
60. But as Fred came closer these movements actually subsided.
61. As soon as the laughing subsided a younger man perhaps the.
62. Once the initial shock subsided, Sean tried to tough it out.
63. As soon as the thunderstorm subsided, several PMWs appeared.
64. The tension in the waiting room seemed to have subsided and.
65. When the applause subsided he looked once again at the camera.
66. The river’s anger subsided by early summer, and the animals.
67. He subsided into gloomy silence and hurriedly dressed himself.
68. As the pain subsided, he could hear Seven’s words in his mind.
69. His uneasiness subsided and we entered without an interrogation.
70. The ground continued to shake for a while and then it subsided.
71. Batistuta stood to his feet, his injuries had subsided somewhat.
72. Now that’s ironic, isn’t it? Hurd’s anger had subsided.
73. When the resistance has subsided, notice that, even though you.
74. My fever had subsided and the sand did feel damp and refreshing.
75. As the sound of the engines subsided, they looked at one another.
76. When the knocking finally subsided, I exhaled a long-held breath.
77. The drumming in her head had subsided to an occasional dull thud.
78. Andreyev subsided, but not for long ; that was not his intention.
79. Not another dream? he thought disgustedly as his tension subsided.
80. Then after the force subsided they began to babble about the key.
81. Soon the early spring arrived and the more severe weather subsided.
82. The cramps have subsided, and I haven’t had any bleeding at all.
83. Once those two items were removed, the buzzing in his head subsided.
84. His father had subsided without ordering any action at all for him.
85. Pressman squeezed the stone in his hand and Garcia’s pain subsided.
86. Her anger slowly subsided; a slight smile appeared at the corner of.
87. He waited until the noise subsided and it was perfectly quiet again.
88. Lingus laughed without humour, and then subsided into a coughing fit.
89. He had learned from his mistakes and waited until his anger subsided.
90. How often, when the rage and tumult of my senses had subsided, after.
91. He thought back to when his sixth sense had subsided, those lost and.
92. Thankfully, these after-effects subsided and they were as good as new.
93. When the quake subsided, he rose and clasped his hands behind his back.
94. Tyler did exactly as Ethan instructed and soon the queasiness subsided.
95. Finally, the seizure subsided, but Angela never regained consciousness.
96. But the pleasure rising as the pain subsided, I was soon reconciled to.
97. Wilhelm’s anger subsided visibly as he thought about his mentors words.
98. Only when the glow had subsided, was Heidi able to follow the path again.
99. Little by little, and in the course of time, all this opposition subsided.
100. The terror that had gripped his heart in the burning cottage had subsided.
1. Instantly, the pain subsides.
2. Delusion subsides only when.
3. The sharp pain within me subsides.
4. M: All experience subsides with the mind.
5. But it never goes away, it just subsides a little.
6. Fire up your courage or anger so that your fear subsides.
7. One may feel pain after this procedure, but it usually subsides the next day.
8. The cook subsides, but Ralph can sense the crimson edge of all her unsaid words.
9. As the pain subsides, sleep draws the curtains of my eyes, and slowly I give in.
10. When its momentary panic subsides, it will begin grazing again; it has no other choice.
11. Intravenous injection delivers the drug within 2 minutes and the asthma subsides rapidly.
12. So don’t just do something, just sit there quietly, effortlessly and all fear subsides.
13. Frequently, when the reason is obtained, the respective phobia or pain subsides accordingly.
14. In a moment the first wave of terror subsides, and I run across the room to where the smoke is thinner.
15. The counter movement reaches the starting point of the first movement in the west- Paris- and subsides.
16. Add more water or juice only after the bubbling subsides, HYDRATION COMPLEX is normally slightly cloudy.
17. The counter movement reaches the starting point of the first movement in the west—Paris—and subsides.
18. Most of the times this feeling can be associated with other symptoms like low-grade fever, which subsides gradually.
19. Werner is seized with a sudden and foreboding dread, but then Hauptmann looks back at him, and the feeling subsides.
20. Once the rebels have been put down and the fighting subsides here, things lost in the fog of war will be revealed.
21. Wait a couple of more days until the bad news subsides and the stock price will increase; the market has a short memory.
22. Slowly her pulse subsides and the feeling of panic that has been tightening across her chest releases its grip a little.
23. As Bex is wheeled away past the main treatment area towards the lifts the urgency and the work rate in the crash room subsides.
24. The environment becomes a healthy one where everyone eats, no one starves, there are healthy bodies, and aggression over resources subsides.
25. In this way, the early months of marriage often are times of critical tumult—whether that of a shrimp-pool or of deeper waters—which afterwards subsides into cheerful peace.
26. Since this is often an outpatient surgery, it's best to remember that while you may be able to go home the same day, you will need someone to help you around for a bit until the pain subsides.
27. In the meantime we all hope that the violence against immigrants in Greece subsides, and that those who commit it are more frequently brought to justice under legislation which currently exists but is not implemented.
28. Then the earth shakes and shakes again and again and water appears to swallow the east and west coasts, then it subsides and suddenly the earth begins to shake again, but this time the west coast sinks into the ocean.
29. By allowing it to stand in a large trough, the precipitate, which is principally lime, subsides, and the superincumbent fluid, now an alkaline, instead of an earthy nitrate, is carefully removed and boiled for some time in iron kettles, till it is ready to crystallize.
30. But she hesitated, fearing to offend him by obtruding herself; for her ardor, continually repulsed, served, with her intense memory, to heighten her dread, as thwarted energy subsides into a shudder; and she wandered slowly round the nearer clumps of trees until she saw him advancing.
31. This cylinder is placed in a box of boards whose sides slope a little inward upon the principle of a hopper, and a tub of water is placed beneath: The potatoes are thrown into this box, and as the crank is turned they are crushed, and the starch or fecula subsides to the bottom of the water.
32. So I’ve got it out and away from my body, trying to avoid getting pecked to death, and I climb up on the wobbly toilet seat and very slowly when the wingbeat subsides put bird and board and then my head out through the transom, where the sun is just coming up, praise be to the dashboard Jesi, red morning, streets beginning to articulate again, but there’s no time to commune with you, New York, I disengage the wing from the glue, and then I’ve got to do the legs, too, but soft, so as not to rip anything, which occasions another flurry, and all of a sudden I’m furious at the position I find myself in, I don’t know if I mean in the bathroom or in this city or as a human being or what, but I’m yelling, ‘Hold still, goddammit’—and everything I ever told you is a lie if the thing doesn’t go completely still, pluck pluck, the legs come unstuck, and without thinking I open my hand and it just … plummets.

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