1205-10: New York Times Crossword Answers 5 Dec 10, Sunday

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THEME: ON A ROLL … the theme answers tell us to CUT ON BOLD LINES (green in my grid), then SHADE THE CIRCLES (i.e. fill in the centers of the letters O), then FOLD ALONG DASHES (red in my grid), then USE TAPE ON EDGES. If you do this properly, you get a cubic die with pips on each side (the Os) with opposite sides adding up to 7, just like a real die!
COMPLETION TIME: 31m 24s
ANSWERS I MISSED: 0

Today’s Wiki-est, Amazonian Googlies

Across
1. Hearty drinks : QUAFFS
Quaff is both a verb and a noun. One quaffs (takes a hearty drink); a quaff (a hearty drink).

7. Midwest city named for an Indian tribe : OMAHA
The Omaha Nation was one of the most welcoming of the Native American tribes, never resisting the influx of European explorers and traders. They even fought alongside Union troops during the American Civil War, and have stood by the US people ever since. Regardless, the Omaha lost most of their land, and now reside on the Omaha Reservation in northeastern Nebraska and western Iowa.

10k White Gold Princess-Cut Diamond Stud Earrings (1/10 cttw, J-K Color, I2-I3 Clarity)19. Major diamond exporter : ANGOLA
Angola is a country in south-central Africa, on the west coast. Angola is the fourth largest diamond exporter in Africa, after Botswana, the Congo and South Africa. Such a valuable export hasn’t really helped the standard of the country’s citizens, as life expectancy and infant mortality rates are among the poorest on the continent.

23. First step of instructions for what to do with this finished puzzle : CUT ON BOLD LINES

25. N.Y.C.’s ___ of the Americas : AVE
New York City’s 6th Avenue was such a shabby and run-down thoroughfare that in 1945 Mayor La Guardia had the name changed to Avenue of the Americas as a first step in changed the image of the street. All along the street, the national seals of all the countries in the Western Hemisphere were hung from streetlights as part of a marketing campaign to promote trade. Over the next couple of decades, the elevated train line along the street was demolished and many buildings were rebuilt so that today the avenue is lined with modern towers housing many corporate offices.

Star Trek The Next Generation Uniform Shirt Costume (Red) - Adult XL28. Many an extra on “Star Trek”: Abbr. : ENS
An ensign is the most junior rank of commissioned officer (usually) in many armed forces. The name comes from the tradition that the junior officer would be given the task of carrying the ensign flag.

29. Vacation conveniences, for short : RVS
Recreational Vehicles.

Best Of Joan Osborne - The Millennium Collection [Eco-Friendly Packaging]35. “___ Us,” 1995 Joan Osborne hit : ONE OF
Joan Osborne is a blues singer, best known for her 1995 hit “One of Us”, a song dealing with one’s relationship with God.

37. Path of enlightenment : ZEN
Zen is one of the Buddhist schools, and it developed it’s own tradition in China back in the 7th century AD. Zen is a Japanese spelling of the Chinese word “chan”, which in turn derives from the Sanskrit word “dhyana” meaning “meditation”.

38. European leader? : INDO-
The Indo-European languages are a large group of related languages that includes most of the major languages of Europe, the Iranian plateau and South Asia. It is the largest grouping of languages in the world.

39. Black : EBON
Ebony is another word for the color black (often shortened to “ebon” in poetry). Ebony is a dark, black wood that is very dense, and is one of the few types of wood that sinks in water. Ebony has been in high demand, so the species of trees yielding the wood are now considered threatened. It’s in such short supply, that unscrupulous vendors have been known to darken lighter woods with shoe polish, so be warned …

40. Flavor : SAPOR
“Sapor” is another word for a flavor, a quality that can be tasted. “Sapor” is the Latin word for “taste, flavor”.

42. Part of PIN: Abbr. : IDENT
PIN: Personal Identification Number.

48. ’60s-’70s 114-Across locale : NAM
114. See 48-Across : WAR
The Vietnam War ran from 1965 until 1975 (although US advisers were involved in the prior conflict from 1950 onwards). During the years of open combat, there were over 58,000 Americans killed (over 38,000 army soldiers, almost 15,000 marines).

51. Web browser provider : AOL
Founded as Quantum Computer Services in 1983, America Online changed its name in 1989. As the company went international, the acronym AOL was used in order to shake off the “America-centric” image. During the heady days of AOL’s success, the company could not keep up with the growing number of subscribers, so people trying to connect often encountered busy signals. That’s when users called AOL “Always Off-Line”.

52. ___ fide : BONA
Bona fide(s), translates from the Latin as “in good faith”, and is used to indicate honest intentions.

53. Part of every month : IDES
There were three important days in each month of an old, Roman calendar. These days originally depended on the cycles of the moon, but were eventually “fixed” by law. Kalendae were the first day of each month, originally the day of the new moon. Nonae were originally the day of the half moon. And idus (the ides) was originally the day of the full moon, eventually fixed as the 15th day of the month. Well, the ides were the 15th day of March, May, July and October. For all other months, the ides fell on the 13th. Go figure …

56. Instructions, part 2 : SHADE THE CIRCLES
Fill in the centers of the letters O.

The Wire: The Complete Fifth Season64. ___ Little, “The Wire” gangster : OMAR
The character Omar Little is played on “The Wire” by Michael K. Williams. I didn’t watch “The Wire” when it first aired but we ending up buying all five series on DVD and we watched the whole thing earlier this year. It’s is a great drama series, and I thoroughly recommend it. Personally, I think that HBO produces some of the best dramas on American television.

65. Old Philadelphia stadium, informally, with “the” : VET
I am proud to say that I made it to Philadelphia’s historic Veteran’s Stadium for a baseball game, on a road trip a few years ago. The Phillies played their first game there in April 1971, and their last game in September 2003.

66. Earthen pot : OLLA
An olla is a traditional clay pot used for the making of stews.

1962 Oldsmobile Starfire 1/18 Black67. Bygone Starfire, e.g., informally : OLDS
The first Starfire was introduced by Oldsmobile in 1953, and back then was a 5-passenger convertible with a V8 engine and fiberglass body. The name was borrowed from the Lockheed jet fighter, the F-94 Starfire.

68. ___ Rebellion of 1857-59 : SEPOY
A sepoy was a native-Indian soldier loyal to a European power, usually Britain. In 1857, a group of sepoys in the town of Meerut in Indian mutinied in the face of racial injustice. In those days the country was actually ruled by a private company, the British East India Company. But as a result of the Sepoy Rebellion, the British Crown stepped in and took over government, marking the end of the “Company Raj” and the beginning of the British Raj.

Crash (Widescreen Edition)72. Org. in 2005’s Oscar-winning “Crash” : LAPD
The 2004 drama “Crash”, starring Sandra Bullock and Don Cheadle, was written, produced and directed by Paul Haggis. The storyline is complex with interwoven situations revealed over the course of the film. One of the central incidents is a carjacking, and Haggis tells us that he was inspired to write the screenplay when he himself was carjacked in in 1991 on Wiltshire Boulevard in LA.

74. Alternative to plata : ORO
“Plata” and “oro” are Spanish for “silver” and “gold”.

76. Bedouin : NOMAD
Bedouin tribes are Arab ethnic groups that predominately live in the Middle East, in desert areas. Bedouin tribes tend to be nomadic, not settling permanently in one location.

77. Instructions, part 3 : FOLD ALONG DASHES

Die Hard with a Vengeance83. St. in a children’s rhyme : IVES
You might remember the nursery rhyme “As I was going to St. Ives” from the third “Die Hard” movie, “Die Hard With a Vengeance”, in which it is treated as a riddle. The rhyme goes like this:

“As I was going to St Ives
I met a man with seven wives
Each wife had seven sacks
Each sack had seven cats
Each cat had seven kits
Kits, cats, sacks, wives
How many were going to St Ives?”

There is more than one place called St. Ives in England, but most think the reference is to the seaside town of St. Ives in Cornwall. By the way, the answer to the riddle is “one”, because just the narrator is going to St. Ives, and the rest were characters he met along the way.

92. It’s between green and black : OOLONG
The name for the Chinese tea “oolong” translates into English as “black dragon”.

98. Nile biters : ASPS
The asp is a venomous snake found in the Nile region of Africa. It was so venomous that the asp was used in ancient Egypt and Greece as a means of execution. Cleopatra observed such executions noting that the venom brought on sleepiness without any painful spasms. When she opted to commit suicide, the asp was therefore her chosen method.

Emily Dickinson: A Biography102. “We shun it ___ it comes”: Emily Dickinson : ERE
“We shun it ere it comes” is the name, and first line of a poem by Emily Dickinson. The full text is:

“We shun it ere it comes,
Afraid of Joy,
Then sue it to delay
And lest it fly,
Beguile it more and more —
May not this be
Old Suitor Heaven,
Like our dismay at thee?”

106. Moolah : GELT
“Moolah” and “gelt” are American slang terms for money. No one seems to know where “moolah” comes from, but it has been around since the 1920s. “Gelt” on the other hand, is the Germany for “gold, money”.

110. ___ alai : JAI
Even though jai alai is often said to be the fastest sport in the world (because of the speed of the ball), in fact golf balls often get going at a greater clip.

114. See 48-Across : WAR

115. Last step of the instructions : USE TAPE ON EDGES

123. Long fights : SIEGES
Our word “siege” comes from a 13th century word for a “seat”. The military usage derives from the concept of a besieging force “sitting down” outside a fortress until it falls.

Down
1. Doha native : QATARI
Doha is the capital city of the state of Qatar located on the Persian Gulf. The name “Doha” translates from Arabic as “the big tree”.

Paul McCartney John Lennon Beatles B&W 8x10 Photo4. The Beatles’ “___ No One” : FOR
“For No One” is a ballad written by Paul McCartney, known to be a favorite of John Lennon. The song features a lovely French horn solo.

Yat Ming Scale 1:18 - 1958 Edsel Citation5. Edsel : FLOP
It was Henry Ford’s son, Edsel Ford, who gave his name to the Edsel brand of automobile, a name that has become synonymous with “failure”.

6. 1984 Olympics site : SARAJEVO
Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city is famous for many historical events. In 1914 Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated there, the single event that sparked off WWI. More happily, Sarajevo was the host of the 1984 Winter Olympic Games. Just over a decade later the city was the center of the longest siege in the history of modern warfare, lasting almost four years from 1992 to 1996.

7. The Cowboys of the Big 12 Conf. : OSU
The athletic teams of Oklahoma State University are called the Cowboys, and the Cowgirls.

8. Portions : METES
To “mete out” is to distribute by allotments. The verb comes from the Old English word “metan” meaning “to measure”, likely to be the same root as our word “meter”.

9. Connecticut town named for an English river : AVON
There are actually four River Avons in England, but “Shakespeare’s Avon” lies mainly in Warwickshire. The name “Avon” comes from the Old English word for a river, “abona”. Stratford-upon-Avon was of course the birthplace of William Shakespeare.

11. Wall St. worker : ARB
“Arb” is short for an arbitrageur, one who profits from the purchase of securities in one market and the subsequent sale in another, taking advantage of price discrepancies across markets.

ELLE MACPHERSON 8x10 COLOUR PHOTO13. “___ it goes” : AND SO
“And So It Goes” is a 1983 ballad written by Billy Joel. The song is about the doomed relationship Joel had with the model Elle Macpherson, doomed partly because Joel in his thirties was dating Macpherson who was in her teens at the time. Soon after Joel broke up with model Macpherson, he took up with model Christie Brinkley (in her thirties), who would become his second wife.

Dr. Phil: Self-help Guru and TV Superstar (People to Know Today)15. Dr. ___ : PHIL
Dr. Phil (McGraw) met Oprah Winfrey when he was hired to work with her as a legal consultant during the Amarillo Texas beef trial (when the industry sued Oprah for libel over “Mad Cow Disease” statements). Oprah was impressed with Dr. Phil, and invited him onto her show, and we haven’t stopped seeing him since.

17. Honda model : ELEMENT
The Honda Element is such a quirky looking car, and I love it. If things don’t change, when my wife’s van runs out of its final tank of gas, we’ll be heading for the Honda dealership. The rear doors of the Element open from the front, the so called “suicide door” design. However, the rear doors won’t open unless the front are open as well, so “suicide” is unlikely.

24. Ripley’s last words? : OR NOT
“Ripley’s Believe It of Not!” is a huge franchise, now on television and with a worldwide chain of museums. However, it started out as cartoon feature appearing in newspapers in 1918.

Feng Shui Koi Fish Giclee Poster Print by Michael Creese, 16x2032. Pond fish : KOI
Koi are also called Japanese carp. They have been bred for decorative purposes and there are now some very brightly colored koi found in Japanese water gardens.

Baby Looney Tunes 10" Wile E Coyote Plush Doll Toy34. Acme product in Road Runner cartoons : TNT
The Acme Corporation is a fictional company used mainly by Looney Tunes, and within the Looney Tunes empire it was used mainly in the Road Runner cartoons. Wile E. Coyote was always receiving a new piece of gear from Acme designed to finally capture the Road Runner, but the equipment always led to his downfall instead.

TNT is an abbreviation for TriNitroToluene. The explosive chemical was first produced by the German chemist Joseph Wilbrand in 1863, who used it as a yellow dye. TNT is relatively difficult to detonate, so it was marketed as a dye for some years before its more explosive properties were discovered.

Oprah Winfrey Color 8x10 Photo35. Long-running hit TV show based in Chicago : OPRAH
What can you say about Oprah? Born into poverty to a single mother, with a harrowing childhood, Oprah is now the greatest African American philanthropist the world has ever known. Oprah’s name was originally meant to be “Orpah” after the Biblical character in the Book of Ruth, and that’s how it appears on her birth certificate. Apparently folks had trouble pronouncing “Orpah”, so she’s now “Oprah”.

40. Farrier : SHOER
Our word “farrier”, a blacksmith, comes to us via French from the Latin “ferrarius” meaning “of iron”. That makes sense …

41. Polly of literature, e.g. : AUNT
Tom Sawyer lives with his cousins Sid and Mary, and his very strict Aunt Polly.

45. Condé ___ : NAST
Condé Nast has a very large portfolio of publications, including “Vogue”, “GQ”, “House and Garden”, “Golf Digest”, “Wired”, “Vanity Fair” and “The New Yorker”.

49. Artemis’ twin : APOLLO
In Greek mythology, Zeus and Leto are the father and mother of the twins Apollo and Artemis. The twins are sometimes referred to as the Letoides, after the mother.

Gregor Mendel's Experiments on Plant Hybrids50. Pea observer : MENDEL
Gregor Mendel was an Austrian monk, and a scientist who achieved fame after his passing when his work in the field of genetics was rediscovered. The conclusions he drew from his studies of garden peas led to him earning the moniker “father of modern genetics”.

52. Time for a party, in brief : B-DAY
Happy birthday …

Ice: A Memoir of Gangster Life and Redemption-from South Central to Hollywood53. Rapper with the 1988 platinum album “Power” : ICE-T
Rapper Ice-T must be sick of having his name come up as an answer in crossword puzzles. Maybe he should have stuck to his real name, Tracy Marrow. Then again, maybe not …

58. Latin lover’s word : AMO
Amo, amas, amat … in Latin, I love, you love, he/she/it loves.

60. Alpaca relatives : LLAMAS
Alpacas are like small llamas, but unlike llamas were never beasts of burden. Alpacas were bred specifically for the fleece. As such, there are no known wild alpacas these days, even in their native Peru.

61. Home of minor-league baseball’s Diablos : EL PASO
The El Paso Diablos are a Minor League baseball team, and aren’t a farm team for any team in the majors.

69. Greek god whose name is one letter off from 118-Down : EROS
As always seems to be the case the Greek gods Eros and Aphrodite have overlapping spheres of influence. Aphrodite was the goddess of love between a man and a woman, but Eros was the god who stirred the passions of the male.

70. Soak up rays : BASK
Our word “bask” has a gruesome etymology. It comes from the Old English “basken” meaning “to wallow in blood”. William Shakespeare used the word “bask” in his play “As You Like It” (about 1600) in reference to sunshine, and we’ve been basking in warmth ever since.

71. Second-largest city in Kyrgyzstan : OSH
Osh is the second largest city in the former Soviet Republic of Kyrgyzstan. Osh was a center of silk production and lies along the old Silk Road, the trade route that traversed Asia.

78. Affirms : AVERS
The word “aver”, to profess, comes from the Latin “adverare” meaning “to make true, to prove to be true” from “ad” (to) and “verus” (true).

Avanti Thermoelectric Cold Water Dispenser (White) (15"H x 10.75W x 12"D)80. Scuttlebutt : DIRT
Just as modern day office workers gather around the water cooler to gossip, on board a ship back in the early 1800s the sailors would gather around the water barrel on the deck to shoot the breeze. That water barrel was called a “scuttlebutt”, from “scuttle” (opening in a ship’s deck) and “butt” (barrel). Quite interesting …

81. Device for winter sidewalks : SALTER
Apparently a salter is a handheld salt dispenser, for melting ice during the winter.

89. Superstate in Orwell’s “1984” : EURASIA
The action in George Orwell’s 1949 novel “Nineteen Eighty-Four” takes place in the intercontinental super-state of Oceania. Orwell created two other super-states, Eurasia and Eastasia.

90. Good rolls in craps : ELEVENS
If one considers earlier versions of craps, then the game has been around a very long time, and probably dates back to the Crusades. It may have been derived from an old English game called “hazard”, also played with two dice, and which was mentioned in Geoffrey Chaucer’s “Canterbury Tales” from the 1300s. The American version of the game came into the country via the French and first set root in New Orleans where it was given the name “crapaud”, A French word meaning “toad”.

Charo and Guitar91. One-named singer/actress : CHARO
Charo’s real name is … wait for it … María del Rosario Pilar Martínez Molina Gutiérrez de los Perales Santa Ana Romanguera y de la Hinojosa Rasten.

108. Pin holder : ETUI
An etui is an ornamental case used to hold small items, in particular sewing needles. We imported the design, and the word “etui” from French. The French also have a modern usage of “etui” … a case for carrying CDs!

110. King in II Kings : JEHU
Jehu was a king of Israel, the son of Jehoshaphat.

111. Brouhahas : ADOS
“Brouhaha” was a French word, said to mean “the cry of the devil disguised as clergy” back in the 1550s. Wow …

117. Head, in slang : NOB
The slang term “nob” has been used for “head” for over 300 years, and is a variant of “knob”.

118. Greek goddess whose name is one letter off from 69-Down : EOS
In Greek mythology, Eos is the goddess of the dawn who lived at the edge of the ocean. She would wake each morning and open the gates of heaven to allow Apollo to ride his chariot across the sky (the sun).

120. Virginia’s ___ Highway : LEE
The Lee Highway used to connect New York City to San Francisco, passing through the South and Southwest. The route isn’t used much for cross-country travel anymore, not since the interstate system was constructed. Parts of the route are still known as the Lee Highway though, especially in Virginia and Tennessee.

For completion, here is a full listing of all the answers:
Across
1. Hearty drinks : QUAFFS
7. Midwest city named for an Indian tribe : OMAHA
12. More sentimental : SAPPIER
19. Major diamond exporter : ANGOLA
20. Closing to some letters : AS EVER
21. Trapped : IN A HOLE
22. It makes the hair stand on end : TERROR
23. First step of instructions for what to do with this finished puzzle : CUT ON BOLD LINES
25. N.Y.C.’s ___ of the Americas : AVE
26. Goal of a screen test : PART
28. Many an extra on “Star Trek”: Abbr. : ENS
29. Vacation conveniences, for short : RVS
30. Vitamin C source : LIME
31. Raise a big stink? : REEK
33. Kids : JESTS
35. “___ Us,” 1995 Joan Osborne hit : ONE OF
37. Path of enlightenment : ZEN
38. European leader? : INDO-
39. Black : EBON
40. Flavor : SAPOR
42. Part of PIN: Abbr. : IDENT
44. Make up : INVENT
46. “Where does it ___?” : HURT
47. Is : EXISTS
48. ’60s-’70s 114-Across locale : NAM
51. Web browser provider : AOL
52. ___ fide : BONA
53. Part of every month : IDES
54. Reveals : OPENS
56. Instructions, part 2 : SHADE THE CIRCLES
63. Prohibition’s start : DO NOT
64. ___ Little, “The Wire” gangster : OMAR
65. Old Philadelphia stadium, informally, with “the” : VET
66. Earthen pot : OLLA
67. Bygone Starfire, e.g., informally : OLDS
68. ___ Rebellion of 1857-59 : SEPOY
70. Evicts : BOOTS
72. Org. in 2005’s Oscar-winning “Crash” : LAPD
73. Hightail it : FLEE
74. Alternative to plata : ORO
75. Cellar item : CASK
76. Bedouin : NOMAD
77. Instructions, part 3 : FOLD ALONG DASHES
82. Demagnetize, say : ERASE
83. St. in a children’s rhyme : IVES
84. Coupling : LINK
85. Previously : AGO
87. Half of many a business partnership : SON
88. Ticks off : PEEVES
91. Plug’s place : CORD
92. It’s between green and black : OOLONG
95. Viceroy, e.g. : RULER
96. Snap : PHOTO
97. Aware of : ONTO
98. Nile biters : ASPS
102. “We shun it ___ it comes”: Emily Dickinson : ERE
103. “Beat it!” : SCRAM
105. Little bit : SHRED
106. Moolah : GELT
107. Except for : SAVE
109. Certain tankful : AIR
110. ___ alai : JAI
112. Some funerary ware : URNS
114. See 48-Across : WAR
115. Last step of the instructions : USE TAPE ON EDGES
119. Tie up : ENLACE
121. Cell phone plan units : MINUTES
122. “Pick me! Pick me!” : OH OH OH
123. Long fights : SIEGES
124. Least puzzling : EASIEST
125. Pedestal toppers : BUSTS
126. Barrels along : SPEEDS

Down
1. Doha native : QATARI
2. Lopsided : UNEVEN
3. Said “yea” : AGREED
4. The Beatles’ “___ No One” : FOR
5. Edsel : FLOP
6. 1984 Olympics site : SARAJEVO
7. The Cowboys of the Big 12 Conf. : OSU
8. Portions : METES
9. Connecticut town named for an English river : AVON
10. Coop group : HENS
11. Wall St. worker : ARB
12. Second place : SILVER
13. “___ it goes” : AND SO
14. Bud : PAL
15. Dr. ___ : PHIL
16. Charges, in a way : IONIZES
17. Honda model : ELEMENT
18. Begrudges : RESENTS
20. Follows through with : ACTS ON
24. Ripley’s last words? : OR NOT
27. Insurgent group : REBELS
32. Pond fish : KOI
34. Acme product in Road Runner cartoons : TNT
35. Long-running hit TV show based in Chicago : OPRAH
36. ___-upper : FIXER
40. Farrier : SHOER
41. Polly of literature, e.g. : AUNT
43. Fade, maybe : DISCOLOR
45. Condé ___ : NAST
47. Revises : EDITS
48. Doze : NOD OFF
49. Artemis’ twin : APOLLO
50. Pea observer : MENDEL
52. Time for a party, in brief : B-DAY
53. Rapper with the 1988 platinum album “Power” : ICE-T
55. Plummet : NOSE DIVE
57. Board : HOP ON
58. Latin lover’s word : AMO
59. Elicit : EVOKE
60. Alpaca relatives : LLAMAS
61. Home of minor-league baseball’s Diablos : EL PASO
62. Depress : SADDEN
68. Undersides : SOLES
69. Greek god whose name is one letter off from 118-Down : EROS
70. Soak up rays : BASK
71. Second-largest city in Kyrgyzstan : OSH
75. “No problemo” : CAN DO
76. “On tap” sign, sometimes : NEON
78. Affirms : AVERS
79. Depressing darkness : GLOOM
80. Scuttlebutt : DIRT
81. Device for winter sidewalks : SALTER
86. Virtue : GOODNESS
88. Take for granted : PRESUME
89. Superstate in Orwell’s “1984” : EURASIA
90. Good rolls in craps : ELEVENS
91. One-named singer/actress : CHARO
92. “___-la-la!” : OOH
93. Stampede : ONRUSH
94. [That’s awful!] : GAG
96. The rite person? : PRIEST
99. Waste : SEWAGE
100. Finished second : PLACED
101. Gray hair producer, they say : STRESS
104. Superman’s closetful? : CAPES
105. Vista : SIGHT
108. Pin holder : ETUI
110. King in II Kings : JEHU
111. Brouhahas : ADOS
113. Trim : SNIP
116. Packed away : ATE
117. Head, in slang : NOB
118. Greek goddess whose name is one letter off from 69-Down : EOS
120. Virginia’s ___ Highway : LEE

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