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  1. It does not wear a tailored suit.
  2. A man dressed in a finely tailored.
  3. Our MARY, tailored a bit by poor Toby.
  4. It’s tailored fit to your skills and.
  5. Like all Quinn's suits, exquisitely tailored.

  6. It was elegantly tailored and very sophisticated.
  7. The suit, tailored for him, now felt like a cage.
  8. And those industrial jokers in their tailored suits.
  9. Rather, treatments will need to be tailored to the.
  10. They would indeed give tailored and personal advice.
  11. She worn a tailored designer label pantsuit in navy.
  12. He loved white women, fast cars and tailored clothing.
  13. The tailored cut of his trousers was making very little.
  14. We will be wearing what we had purchased and tailored in.
  15. His suit was black and gray leather, and expertly tailored.

  16. He wore tailored suits, had a handkerchief tucked into his.
  17. Toby unwrapped the package and held up a tailored flight suit.
  18. She was dressed in an impeccable hand tailored business suit.
  19. Remember, these stem turns can be tailored to the situation at.
  20. The room had been tailored to his needs and was sparsely furnished.
  21. They have tailored everything, including the holy books to suit them.
  22. He drove me to work every day in a posh car, wearing tailored clothes.
  23. She wore a blue dress made of expensive cloth and tailored beautifully.
  24. Skin types vary so as the type of treatment tailored to meet their needs.
  25. His dark blue pinstripe suit was immaculately tailored and a gold Rolex.

  26. It’s important to have a good study guide that is tailored for the exam.
  27. Standing up in his tailored executive suit, he began to undo his tie, slowly.
  28. Whatever it was it would surely be tailored to work to Blauner’s advantage.
  29. He folds his suit; hand tailored for him in Hong Kong, and packs it in his suitcase.
  30. His expensive tailored evening suit hampered him, as Max did his best to fight back.
  31. His trench coat was nicer, his suit was better tailored, and his face was clean-shaven.
  32. The clothing was from another time than his, very well tailored and the fit was perfect.
  33. Your attorney should be working hard to find the right solutions tailored to your needs.
  34. It is science that is cut, trimmed, and tailored to serve a pre-determined political end.
  35. By asking the prospect what they want, you can deliver a tailored sales pitch according.
  36. He was a short, wiry man, well dressed in tailored wool clothes and a charcoal gray cloak.
  37. He had a rough looking beard and his suit though tailored looked worn out for some reason.
  38. The advice is tailored to people who want to make a website that may support them long term.
  39. The teachers often integrated these methods, yet tailored to the needs of individual devotees.
  40. The lessons are secular in nature and can certainly be tailored to Jewish educational settings.
  41. His expertly tailored uniform proudly displayed every muscle in his powerful back and shoulders.
  42. It’s important to have a good study guide that is tailored for the exam while also preparing you.
  43. I get the feeling that his tears are not genuine, only fabricated for a performance tailored for me.
  44. It was more to the point and was tailored to individual stocks rather than worldviews and mutual funds.
  45. I took that time to admire what his body did to the three-piece black tailored Marc Jacobs suit he wore.
  46. Beneath his smartly tailored uniform, his body was perfectly balanced, his torso radiating power, his form trim.
  47. You might often find a small group of three or four brokers in the office admiring each other’s tailored suits.
  48. There’s a set amount these exercises are not allowed to exceed, so each CESRE is tailored to a specific budget.
  49. Each letter was tailored to the individual history of the recipient, based on research he had done on that person.
  50. Projects can list the entire processes and what activities are tailored and what not, along with template details.
  51. The work package is usually formatted as an assignment sheet and can be tailored to facilitate progress reporting.
  52. Ferris had gained a visible amount of weight and was trying unsuccessfully to hide it with a creatively tailored suit.
  53. Her uniform was as well tailored as his and left no doubt that she could be as much a force to contend with as he was.
  54. Each has free will and often the lesson or teaching situation is tailored to that specific lifetime and specific event.
  55. One trend in the marketplace involves the development of Executive MBA Programs that are tailored to meet company needs.
  56. I have a list specifically tailored to include regular commenter's on my site and people who regularly retweet my posts.
  57. Each has free will and often the lesson or teaching situation is tailored to that specific lifetime and specific instance.
  58. Rapp dunked under again, struggling to get his matted hair clean as Bruno McGraw slipped away in a tailored business suit.
  59. There they sat, clustered under the embroidered canopy with fringe balls all tailored in gold, silver and purple threads.
  60. Only mildly embarrassed that his tailored 1505s were of a finely woven silver tone material, Court said, You bet it's fancy.
  61. Goatee was wearing tailored beige trousers and a light white cotton crew neck sweater, his tan looked good against the white.
  62. These systems work best in bull markets, and there are other options systems that are tailored for every other type of market.
  63. The terms of income bonds can be tailored to the advantage of both the borrower and the lender in the manner best suited to both.
  64. He was dressed all in black again, the black trousers and black button down shirt fitting him as if they were tailored to his frame.
  65. Mori had provided breakfast at seven on every weekday morning, along with Japanese conversation tailored to Thaniel’s vocabulary.
  66. Gohdard was a distinguished-looking man, with elegantly groomed silver hair, blue eyes, and a taste for expensively tailored cassocks.
  67. Yes, standing straight, the young royal could see the middle aged financial lord was frail thin within his weekly tailored suit.
  68. Ritter, freshly showered, and dressed in a tailored suit and casual shirt, stood facing the table, awaiting his cue to enter the room.
  69. When Cindy opened the door to her apartment, she was wearing a tailored black pantsuit, sling-back heels, a solitaire diamond necklace.
  70. And not with a grand entrance at all, and she wasn't wearing a silver lame evening gown, or even a smart dress and scarf or tailored slacks.
  71. His captain's uniform was well tailored, sumptuous, but comfortable, his boots bore a soft shine on leather little darker than his forearms.
  72. A tiny mound of cat vomit lays near one three-thousand-dollar suit; a tailored white shirt is covered in orange fur where the cat has napped.
  73. He came into view and the light of the lamp tailored white linen coat and trousers, embroidered gray watered-silk waistcoat and a showed him plainly.
  74. He was a sharp dresser and even though his suit clothes had been tailored to minimize the effects, it was readily obvious that he was a body builder.
  75. The tall slight man led Byron among the maze of rooms with definitive precision, the back of his tailored suit glowed at Byron with the sheen of money.
  76. I need to ask you a few questions about that tailored made military-style jacket you wore a few days back, said The Chief Of Police professionally.
  77. Patrick opened his mouth in admiration as he detailed Ingrid, who was wearing a fresh going out tropical uniform that was tailored to fit her slender body.
  78. His black hair was slicked down; he was faultlessly tailored and his shoes had those high, bulging toes which are the extreme of Fourteenth Street fashion.
  79. Sure enough, as soon as Jemma turned around, she saw Damien standing in the doorway looking marvelously ferocious in his dark tailored suit and black hair.
  80. She stood perfectly still, in an expensively tailored black jacket and skin tight trousers; her slim legs slightly apart braced for stability against recoil.
  81. Any client that he consults with comes out with a personally tailored program to strengthen areas of weakness while continuing to build on their current strengths.
  82. Walker was forty, had spun-sugar, strawberry-blond hair piled on top of her head, and was wearing a V-necked French-blue sweater and a dark blazer and tailored pants.
  83. The thought of them entering his fantasy worlds, enjoying things that were tailored specifically for him, ignited some anger from the long dimming embers of despair.
  84. We were, thus, confronted with three alternatives in order to explain why our universe exists with its precise properties and why it is tailored for intelligent life.
  85. But they were all well mannered, beautifully tailored, and they evidently admired her, so it mattered little to Scarlett that they chose to live utterly in the present.
  86. A tall, Amazonian woman marched onto the basketball court in her Jimmy Choo stilettos and tightly tailored suit, uncaringly destroying the floor’s finish as she strode.
  87. There was less occasion at Camp 146 to deal in tailored uniform shirts and the like, but he was able to sell some items to the men of Company A and the AMGOT contingent.
  88. His back was to me and when I was still twenty or so feet away he stood, the massive muscles of his shoulders and arms bunching the material of the perfectly tailored suit.
  89. He was a tall, lean man with only a clean goatee, a pencil mustache and a brush of brown hair, dressed in his trimly tailored commandant's uniform with shined boots and fez.
  90. It began when one of the staff sergeants who had his discharge orders approached Colling to ask if he would be interested in buying two of his tailored gabardine dress shirts.
  91. The reason for this is that the other traders are using blanket types of parameters for every play, instead of utilizing specific parameters that are tailored for specific plays.
  92. If you find tailored diapers expensive and they can be depending on the brand you choose, you can buy the softest cotton material available and run up the diapers on your sewing machine.
  93. He was dressed in a crisp cotton white button down collar shirt with a regimental tie, tailored navy blue slacks with a crease you could use to cut cheese, and highly polished black loafers.
  94. But rather than sending people who are clicking through from your Twitter link to your homepage, it would be more appropriate to create a landing page that is more tailored and relevant to them.
  95. This chapter will not cover asset-pricing theories tailored for particular asset classes, such as government bonds (term structure of interest rates), credits, real estate, commodities, and currencies.
  96. The first purchase led to others, and soon Colling found himself in business, buying tailored uniform clothing from those leaving the Army and re-selling it to new men who had recently joined the Battalion.
  97. The tailored white shirt and dark-maroon-and-white striped tie complimented the charcoal-gray suit and topped off the overall picture of a man who was comfortable in his own skin and confident of his appeal.
  98. His position at Battalion headquarters permitted him to be the first to greet new arrivals with a suggestion that tailored uniform shirts might enhance their appearance and impress their sergeants and officers.
  99. He was not only a good tailor but was also reliable in the deliveries of his tailored suits in a profession that was notorious for its delays and false promises to a clientele that always seemed to be in a hurry.
  100. Reposing under individually tailored dust-covers in his garage, among others, was a 1940 Packard Darrin convertible, a ten-year-old Lincoln Continental, a Nash-Healey, two Jaguars, an Auburn and a 1929 Duesenberg.
  1. Tailoring is a lost art.
  2. He spent money freely, tailoring.
  3. I happen to know what he looks like without the tailoring.
  4. Tailoring is more of pre-analyzed and pre-approved in nature.
  5. Nemia carried a large basket of barbering and tailoring supplies.
  6. Roger Inman, of the Birmingham Inmans, and he is need of tailoring.
  7. Tailoring: Process planning is responsibility of project team and SQA.
  8. Proponents of learning styles claim that tailoring instruction to students’.
  9. I already worked as a seamstress and I could be of use for his tailoring business.
  10. He had left his tailoring tools in the wagon and without them he would not have any type.
  11. As a matter of fact, he had attained, if not perfection in tailoring, yet remarkable skill.
  12. The shorter of the two officers, he had a slim frame and his uniform could’ve used tailoring.
  13. Normally this tailoring needs the Software Quality Analyst approval, who is assigned for the project.
  14. And they took Joey by his arms and escorted him out of the room and down the hall into the tailoring room.
  15. He had inherited his father's gift for tailoring and people started coming to the shop specifically for him.
  16. Phil was handsome as always, shaved head, expensive tailoring, tidy with a capital T, an urban lawyer in command.
  17. Our thinking designed under a plan What we have to say has language in the past time for tailoring thinking.
  18. Organizational level defined processes may not be suitable to all projects as it is, and hence we have the concept called tailoring.
  19. As the chickens finished tailoring Peter's uniform, they told Jane the uniforms would be ready in an hour and would be delivered promptly.
  20. Personalization is about tailoring suggestions of which accounts to follow based on information that Twitter gathers about you around the internet.
  21. Their immaculate tailoring probably concealed a variety of weapons and body armor as well as a physique honed for defense, if not downright killing.
  22. However in software industry considering the uniqueness and tailoring, mostly I-MR (Individual Moving Range/ XMR) charts are used for all kind of data.
  23. So projects can select the tailoring based on tailoring guideline, by considering the characteristics of project and client given requirements on process.
  24. All in all, tailoring your strategies to catch spring bass that are spawning or that are in pre-spawn mode can produce some exciting bass fishing adventure.
  25. Some proteins in one compound interact with the oxygen uptake of cells suggesting tailoring as magic bullets, for many cancers, by effectively suffocating them.
  26. Certainly Fred's tailoring suggested the advantages of an English university, and he had a graceful way even of looking warm and of pushing his hair back with his handkerchief.
  27. This is because at organizational level there will be tailoring guideline created and available on when tailoring can be performed, the different segments of projects and allowed tailoring for them are documented in that.
  28. After repeated attempts to get Joe started in his education, the Yankee school ma'am set about clothing her protégé, but was soon put to her wits' end to find a pattern for boys' pants; and as tailoring was not her forte, there were several obstacles to be overcome.
  29. Organizations mostly classify their projects based on Size of the projects, technology and type of projects, and for each segments given here the allowable tailoring in terms of each process (activities tailoring and template tailoring) is pre identified/guidance given.
  1. That’s another trip to the tailors.
  2. It raises the wages of journeymen tailors.
  3. He had a fleet of tailors who handcrafted a dozen suits.
  4. The university of smiths, the university of tailors, etc.
  5. His father and uncle were tailors and so was his grandfather.
  6. Tailors laboured over the creation of a wardrobe such had never.
  7. Journeymen tailors in Baltimore received a weekly wage of about $9.
  8. In small towns and country villages, the wages of journeymen tailors.
  9. He was well dressed in the finest bespoke clothing from tailors in San.
  10. The tailor and seamstress jumped at the chance to outshine the court Tailors.
  11. Ambrosius left the tailors five pounds poorer but with a feeling of importance.
  12. And to him came two tailors, who promised to make him some extraordinary clothes.
  13. In February 2012 at the Super Bowl, the tailors apparently did their job, but Rapper M.
  14. He might have a little too much of what tailors call a fine presence, but his height carried this off.
  15. I already had suits made by other, superior, tailors, of a better class, and I even ran up bills with them.
  16. You listen to me it wont be those tailors dummies in the cavalry that will win this war it will be the P.
  17. The very next day, guided by the hotel concierge, the soldier went to the finest tailors and shirt makers in Saville Row.
  18. A little farther out were the homes of moderately prosperous traders and craftsmen, goldsmiths and tailors and apothecaries.
  19. The courtiers come to see the work of the tailors, but they see nothing, as the tailors stick their needles into empty space.
  20. They had created a rage among the female population, and the Hold Tailors had improved on them to better suit the female Ogatu.
  21. One of the tailors adjusts his baldric, then as one the crowd around him steps backwards and he's able to see himself in the mirrors.
  22. Lord Justin was master of Tailor Hold; his people provided clothing for the population; seamstresses and tailors for the different Holds.
  23. In the crowd were sailors whose pride lay in the fact that they had heard Captain Morgan curse; tailors who had fitted breeches to his legs.
  24. The courtiers came to inspect the work of the tailors, but could see nothing, because these men were drawing their needles through empty space.
  25. The point of the fable is this, that to the king, a lover of new garments, there come some tailors who promise to make him an extraordinary garment.
  26. In the past, the tailors had been conscious of her modesty and had made dresses that were not revealing and had high collars and loose fitting bodies.
  27. Our two Russian tailors were disguised as Chinese; I as a boyard (Russian nobleman), Flamand as a marquis; in short, we all assumed a different dress.
  28. The tailors were thrilled when she asked for a full skirt with many layers, but only because they didn’t realize that she was using it to stash weapons.
  29. Which of the following two testimonials is more believable to you? The first is from our tailors and a second is from a seller offering printer cartridges.
  30. The tale tells of a king who cared enormously for new clothes, and to whom one day came two tailors who agreed to make him a suit woven from a wonderful stuff.
  31. Smiths, carpenters, wheelwrights and ploughwrights, masons and bricklayers, tanners, shoemakers, and tailors, are people whose service the farmer has frequent occasion for.
  32. A certain Aug—, chief of the Society aid for tailors, Rue Mondetour, had the reputation of serving as intermediary central between the leaders and the Faubourg Saint-Antoine.
  33. The king hires the tailors, and they begin to sew, having informed him that the peculiarity of their garment is this, that he who is useless in his office cannot see the garments.
  34. The tailors had dropped off a delicate pair of black shoes that she was sure would fall apart if she had to run through a forest, so she’d replaced them with her boots of speed.
  35. It was a good thing he spoke up at the convenience store a few days ago, though he still did not know what had possessed him to ask that Arab at the counter if he knew any tailors.
  36. Incidentally, and just for the record, I would like to note that there were tailors specializing in undoing, unstitching an entire suit, turning it inside out and sewing it back again.
  37. He being behind, was very cheerful, and laughed at the trick, and presently began to sing the song, "There rode three tailors out at the gate," as if the carrying of trees were a trifle.
  38. He probably suspected--as I supposed, and I supposed right--that I wanted to steal some of the cloth, led to think so by his own roguery and the bad opinion people have of tailors; and he told me to see if there would be enough for two.
  39. O'Halloran stood tailors of malt, hot, all round and told the story of the retort he had made to the chief clerk when he was in Callan's of Fownes's Street; but, as the retort was after the manner of the liberal shepherds in the eclogues, he had to admit that it was not as clever as Farrington's retort.

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1. He had seen the tailor.
2. To the head tailor, Sir.
3. So the tailor picked up the.
4. A notice from the tailor, Mr.
5. The tailor had done a fine job.
6. The tailor finished with me.
7. The tailor! He made me this suit.
8. Vic always put the tailor on edge.
9. That’s why I want this tailor.
10. Tailor it to your own requirements.
11. My cousin Alex Galinos was a tailor.
12. As a hiding place for radicals it is tailor made.
13. Fox," called out the little tailor, "it is I who.
14. He makes foot wear and he’s also a great tailor.
15. Tailor learning content and style to the needs of the.
16. The Giant looked with scorn at the little Tailor, and.
17. On the door was inscribed in chalk, Kapernaumov, Tailor.
18. The philosopher leaves the cut of his coat to the tailor.
19. Hymie is an old friend and an outstanding tailor, sir.
20. Ah, the black, magenta and blue, approved the tailor.
21. When you need a shirt, you buy cloth, call a tailor and so.
22. The vnervous tailor followed her and kept watching around him.
23. His pants were sewn of leaf and threaded with stems, tailor fit.
24. Cosmo Gordon Lennox, has been the tailor that made the plays fit.
25. The tailor was trying to explain to the heavy-set maid of honor.
26. Disappearing into the backroom of the store, the tailor returned.
27. The tailor was amused with the antics of the fellow, and thought.
28. Zarko enquired whether the king’s tailor had arrived as promised.
29. You're lucky that much is covered, the tailor said, disgusted.
30. I thought… well… I heard what you said… to the other tailor.
31. The tailor dropped off her dress in a black dress bag and shed been.
32. Chevalier brought in the palace tailor and requested something western.
33. A tailor was still on his knees making the last alterations to my dress.
34. Thus the Tailor became a King, and so he lived for the rest of his life.
35. The tailor said, We must bear whatever is done to us, and not resist.
36. I entered the town, and stopped at a tailor s shop to inquire where I was.
37. He was an elderly, dignified man, who worked part of his time as a tailor.
38. She is your tailor, again anything you want, and she will make it for you.
39. The tailor and seamstress jumped at the chance to outshine the court Tailors.
40. I had visited two (2) tailor shops and prices are depending on the materials.
41. The tailor, who had been uneasy at my long absence, was, delighted to see me;.
42. I tried to get a catalog of suits from the tailor shops but I couldn't get any.
43. The tailor helped me into the coat, and Zion, Kara, and I headed down the hall.
44. I thanked the tailor for his counsel, and said I would do whatever he advised;.
45. The Tailor promised her an entire wardrobe if the orders came in as he expected.
46. The usher hastened on his errand, but was only just in time, for the tailor was.
47. That will get you started, but you will probably need to tailor it to your realm.
48. Hiding behind a cedar, Petra watched the tailor hesitate at the edge of the woods.
49. His neighbour the tailor, who had been listening to his visions, broke into a loud.
50. There once lived a poor tailor, who had a son called Aladdin, a careless, idle boy.
52. Carmen read the report that Pablo Hernandez had collected from the tailor in Sao Paulo.
53. And we have an excellent tailor who is in charge of all of the Empress’ wardrobes.
54. Alun and my Dad were now drinking buddies, and one of his other cronies was a tailor.
55. Or was he just showing off for his intended? I’ll give you the number of my tailor.
56. The Tailor, bold as a lion, filled both his pockets with stones and climbed up the tree.
57. They were all clothed in garments specifically made for the occasion by the royal tailor.
58. He told Colling he had paid five at a military tailor shop outside the gate at Fort Bliss.
59. The tailor pinned and marked the expensive silk suit where the alterations needed to be made.
60. Danglars saw in the muddled look of the tailor the progress of his intoxication, and turning.
61. It would be helpful if you could find a tailor who has a catalog that shows colors and prices.
62. I think I learnt to balance my speech and actually tailor it to the individual or group I was.
63. She backed away, still irritated that he held her hands, and turned, I want him as my tailor.
64. You can turn it off by unchecking the box next to Tailor Twitter based on my recent website visits.
65. Rayne was greeted warmly at Tailor Hold and complimented on the designs she had provided previously.
66. Where did you find such a tailor in these parts? No, no, that's not the chief thing—of that later.
67. Once his wife and son were outside the ghetto, the tailor had returned, returned to fight the Nazis.
68. That was how Andrew had started off and that was how his son was going to go about becoming a tailor.
69. The poor tailor stuck his yard measure, which he had already taken out, back into his pocket and left.
70. At once there came a voice, that of a Cockney tailor, from the nearest bivouac—"My dear Watson!"—R.
71. He adjusted his Boucheron cuff links and shrugged his shoulders comfortably into his tailor made suit.
72. The tailor, holding samples and tapes burst out of the backroom looking even more flustered than before.
73. Shaldin first, said the tailor, though seized with a little pang, as if bitten by a guilty conscience.
74. He told him how he had learnt the truth from the lame tailor at the time when they were dividing the land.
75. His tailor was trying to get him locked up, and another fellow, too, was threatening to get him locked up.
76. As a result of the ability to tailor your communications, you can cater to your customers' specific needs.
77. The tailor thought furiously as he surveyed visually the nearby shores, looking for landmarks he remembered.
78. He found the porter and obtained from him vague directions as to the whereabouts of Kapernaumov, the tailor.
79. Custom built flight suits tailor made to their growing bodies appeared to multiply in their clothes lockers.
80. A casual remark to the tailor while getting fitted for a suit might land you in the dungeons of Poleh-charkhi.
81. Even though the excitable tailor was annoying as hell, Lars had to admit Hymie was creating one damn fine suit.
82. The tailor had the suit fitted by the afternoon and Ambrosius and Stan collected it as soon as it was finished.
83. Needless to say that in these arduous activities, Abramka Stiftik, the ladies' tailor, played a prominent role.
84. You can add others or tailor the matrix as it would best apply to your enterprise and specific work environment.
85. Testing the floor under him, the tailor saw that a few planks were half rotten and would need to be replaced soon.
86. How did I get away with being alone at the studio? It was a new business and there was only one tailor in town, me.
87. The queen offered to have her tailor design and make the couple a matching set of wedding garments of their choice.
88. If he had known that it was no warrior, but only a Tailor, who stood before him, it would have grieved him still more.
89. I heard afterwards that he had ordered it in Moscow expressly for the occasion from his own tailor, who had his measure.
90. It wasn’t but an hour later when the young tailor returned with a belt made out of the same material as the gray shirt.
91. The King took advice, and sent one of his courtiers to the Tailor to beg for his fighting services, if he should be awake.
92. To achieve this, one of the things that you can do is to tailor fit your resume to the position that you are applying for.
93. Zarubkin, you needn't worry; just select the style, and I will make a gown for you that the best tailor in Paris can't beat.
94. Then the booty was apportioned out, but only a ducat was given to the little tailor, for that was as much as he could carry.
95. The flustered tailor was sweating and pandering around the fairly bulky frame of Vic, the product of many years of good living.
96. So the wedding was celebrated with great magnificence, though with little rejoicing, and out of a Tailor there was made a King.
97. Hey! the tailor called, but Petra sprinted back into the woods, choosing a path that wouldn’t lead to Anne and the guard.
98. Plus there are several more where the tailor was just given measurements without ever seeing the client who would wear the suit.
99. There lived a tailor who had only one son, and he was extremely small, not any larger than your thumb, and so was called Tom Thumb.
100. But the Tailor was far too weak to hold the tree down, and when the Giant let go, the tree flew up in the air, and the Tailor was.

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bespoke bespoken tailored trim

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