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轮回之谜 Reincarnations


Reincarnation, literally "to be made flesh again", is a doctrine or metaphysical belief that some essential part of a living being survives death to be reborn in a new body. This essential part is often referred to as the spirit or soul, the "higher" or "true" self, "divine spark", or "I". According to such beliefs, a new personality is developed during each life in the physical world, but some part of the self remains constant throughout the successive lives.





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【整理】---sylvia_qian

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“As I remember getting hit right back here, back in the neck, know what, it penetrated through, throughout right here into my neck.”

 

“He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died. He died there in the mud.”

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, assuming it was a child's fantasy or the lingering effects of the anesthesia.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donald noticed the cyst in the front of his son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

“I had to concur the cyst had been completely resolved, and completely gone. I anticipated that if anything, this was an unusual event, and I anticipated that the cyst would return. It never has.”

 

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more; he didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale. Time and again, he rehashed the story of his life as a soldier.

 

“It wasn't my four-year-old talking. He had a grasp and a knowledge of things that, a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.”

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst. After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source of his unexpected cure? A contingent of past life therapists and researchers are convinced.

 

“At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, and what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.”

 

Vocabulary:

 

penetrate through: make a way into or through sth

                             The heavy rain had penetrated right through her coat.

gag: choke or retch

gagging on a piece of raw fish

anesthesia: loss of sensation with or without loss of consciousness

concur: to agree with someone or have the same opinion as them

contingent: A contingent is a group of people representing a country or organization at a

                 meeting or other event.

 

[ 本帖最后由 sylvia_qian 于 2008-9-1 22:47 编辑 ]

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As my* get hurt right back here, and back in the neck, then the paintrait through to right here in my neck.

 

He said he tasted the sort, the sort he tasted about blood. It filled him. He choked, he gaged, fell in the mud, and he tired and he died there in the mud.

 

But Austrain didnot know how to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off. As early it was a child's fansty, she lingering in the fact of the inner stition.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donld noticed the cyst in front of him son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I have to concur the cyst has completely without that has completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that this was unusual event, and anticipated the cyst would return. It never has.

Not only did Edward's cyst had disappear, but him personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the glomis days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale.  Time and again, he rehashed his stories of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking, he had a grass and knowledge things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.

 

But Austrain could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be somthing to him. And felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.

 

After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was illed. I confront *his death in the past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from the past life? And if so. Could they be the source  of him unexpect pure. A contentions of passed life theropists and researchers are convinced.

 

At an very earli age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what was like to be a soldier, what was like to die in a battle field, and he had a cosponding  physical problem in his neck.

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As memories getting hit right back here, and back in the neck, and went ** through to about right here of my neck.

 

He said he tasted the salt, the salty / tasted of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died .He died there in the mud.

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as only it was a child's fantasy, while the lingering effects of the *.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donld noticed the cyst in front of him son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I have to concur the cyst has completely resolved ,/ has completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that / was an unusual event, and I anticipated the cyst would return. It never has.

Not only did Edward's cyst /disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale.  Time and again, he rehashed the stories of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking, he had a grapse and knowledge things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be somthing to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.

 

After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source  of him unexpected cure. A contentions of passed life theropists and researchers are convinced.

 

At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding  physical problem in his neck.

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----As memory-getting hit right back here, and back in the neck, and when it punctuate through to our... right here in my neck.
He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died .He died there in the mud.
Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as only it was a child's fantasy, or the lingering effects of the attestation*.
Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donld noticed the cyst in front of his son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.
I had to concur the cyst has completely resolved or completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that / was an unusual event, and I anticipated the cyst would return. It never has.

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale.  Time and again, he rehashed the stories of his life as a soldier.
It wasn't my four-year-old talking, he had a grapse and knowledge things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.
Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be somthing to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.
After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.
Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source  of him unexpected cure. A contentions of passed life theropists and researchers are convinced.
At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding  physical problem in his neck.

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As I remember getting hit right back here, in back of the neck. It went, it penetrated through to about, right here into my neck.

 

He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died .He died there in the mud.

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as only it was a child's fantasy, while the lingering effects of the anesthesia.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donld noticed the cyst in the front of his son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I had to concur the cyst had been completely resolved and had completely gone. I anticipated that if anything, that was an usual event, and I anticipated the cyst would return. It never has.

 

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale. Time and again, he rehashed the stories of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking, he had grasped and acknowledged things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be somthing to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.

 

After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source of his unexpected cure? A contentions of passed life therapists and researchers are convinced.

 

At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier and what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.

[ 本帖最后由 wukeyu123 于 2008-8-31 10:25 编辑 ]

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As memories getting hit ,right back here, / back in the neck,  you know what, punctured through to about right here in my neck.

 

He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died .He died there in the mud.

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as early as  it was a child's fantasy, while the lingering effects of the anaesthesia.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donald noticed the cyst in front of his son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I had to concur the cyst had completely resolved , had completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that  was an unusual event, and I anticipated that the cyst would return. It never has.

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale.  Time and again, he rehashed the stories of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking, he had a grasp and knowledge things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.

 

After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source  of his unexpected cure. A contingence of past life therapists and researchers are convinced.

 

At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding  physical problem in his neck.

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As memories getting hit right back here, and back in the neck, and went a puncture through to about right here of my neck.

 

He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died .He died there in the mud.

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as only it was a child's fantasy, while the lingering effects of the anesthesia.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donld noticed the cyst in front of him son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I have to concur the cyst has completely resolved, has completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that was an unusual event, and I anticipated the cyst would return. It never has.

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale.  Time and again, he rehashed the stories of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking. He had grasped and acknowledged things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.

 

After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source of him unexpected cure? A contention of passed life therapists and researchers are convinced.

 

At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.

 

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As memories getting hit right back here, and back in the neck, and went a puncture through to about right here in my neck.

 

He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died .He died there in the mud.

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as only it was a child's fantasy, while the lingering effects of the anesthesia.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donld noticed the cyst in front of him son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I have to concur the cyst has completely resolved, has completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that was an unusual event, and I anticipated the cyst would return. It never has.

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale.  Time and again, he rehashed the stories of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking. He had grasped and acknowledged things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.

 

After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could it be the source of him unexpected cure? A contention of passed life therapists and researchers are convinced.

 

At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.

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I still remember getting hit right back here, back in the neck, know what in a penetrate through to about right here in my neck.

 

He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died .He died there in the mud.

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as only it was a child's fantasy, while the lingering effects of the anesthesia.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donld noticed the cyst in front of him son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I had to concur the cyst had been completely resolved, and completely gone. I anticipated that if anything this was an unusual event, I anticipated the cyst would return. It never has.

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale.  Time and again, he rehashed the stories of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking. He had a grasped and a knowledge of things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst.

 

After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could it be the source of him unexpected cure? A contingence of passed life therapists and researchers are convinced.

 

At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.

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“As I remember getting hit right back here, back at the neck, then when, it penetrate through out right here in my neck.”

 

“He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood, it filled him. He chocked, he *, he fell in the mud, and he died, he died there in the mud.”

 

Patricia didn’t know what to make of her son’s story. At first, she shrugged it off as only it was a child’s fantasy, or the lingering effects of the anesthesia. Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donald noticed the cyst in the front of his son’s neck had completely disappeared, immediately, he called Edward’s doctor.

 

“I had to concur the cyst had been completely resolved, and completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that was an unusual event, and anticipated that the cyst would return, it never has.”

 

Not only did Edward’s cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn’t afraid to be alone any more, he didn’t get anxious even on the gloomiest days. He did however, feel the need to repeat his tale. Time and again, he rehashed the story of his life as a soldier.

 

“It wasn’t my four-year-old talking, he had a grasp and a knowledge of things that a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.”

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son’s stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them, and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward’s cyst. After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her, perhaps Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward’s stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source of his unexpected cure? Are contentions of past life therapists and researchers are convinced?

 

“At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, and what is was like to die in a battle field? And he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.”

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“As I remember getting hit right back here, back in the neck, know what, it / penetrated through, throughout / right here into my neck.”

 

“He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood. It filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud, and he died. He died there in the mud.”

 

Patricia didn't know what to make of her son's story. At first she shrugged it off, as only it was a child's fantasy or the lingering effects of the anesthesia.

 

Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donald noticed the cyst in the front of him son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

“I had to concur the cyst had been completely resolved, and completely gone. I anticipated that if anything, this was an unusual event, and I anticipated that the cyst would return. It never has.”

 

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more; he didn't get anxious, even on the gloomiest days. He did, however, feel the need to repeat his tale. Time and again, he rehashed the story of his life as a soldier.

 

“It wasn't my four-year-old talking. He had a grasp/ and a knowledge of things that, a four-year-old child is just not exposed to.”

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son's stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them and felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst. After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps, Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source of his unexpected cure? A contingence of past life therapists and researchers are convinced.

 

“At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, and what it was like to die in a battlefield, and he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.”

 

as only it was ... => assuming (accept as true without proof) it was ...
A contingence of ... => A contingent (a group of people within a larger group) of ...
concur == agree
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“As I remember getting hit right back here, back at the neck, then when, it punched through out right here in my neck.”

 

“He said he tasted the salt, he thought he tasted the blood, it filled him. He chocked, he //, he fell in the mud, and he died, he died there in the mud.”

 

Patricia didn’t know what to make of her son’s story. At first, she shrugged it off as only it was a child’s fantasy, or the lingering effects of the anesthesia.
Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donald noticed the cyst in the front of his son’s neck had completely disappeared, immediately, he called Edward’s doctor.

 

“I had to concur the cyst had been completely resolved, and completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that was an unusual event, and anticipated that the
cyst would return, it never has.”

 

Not only did Edward’s cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn’t afraid to be alone any more, he didn’t get anxious even on the gloomiest days.
 He did however, feel the need to repeat his tale. Time and again, he rehashed the story of his life as a soldier.

 

“It wasn’t my four-year-old talking, he had a graph and a knowledge of things that a four-year-old child is just not supposed to.”

 

Patricia could no longer ignore her son’s stories, she was convinced there had to be something to them, and felt they might be somehow linked to the
 disappearance of Edward’s cyst. After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her, perhaps Edward was healed
by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward’s stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source of his unexpected cure?
Are contentions of past life therapists and researchers are convinced?(这句听来很简单 但是语法有问题 不知道是不是解说人读错了)

 

“At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what it was like to be a soldier, and what is was like to die in a battle field? And he had
a corresponding physical problem in his neck.”

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"As I rememberd getting hit right back here ,back the neck ,and went ,and penetrated through to throat right here my neck " "He said he tasted the sort , the sort he taste blood .it filled him ,he choked,he gagged,he fell in the mud,and he died there in the mud " But Patricia didnt know what made her son's story and first she shruged it off , as only it was child's fantasy. or the lingering effect of ******* .Two days after the tonsillectomy. Daniel noticeed the cyst from his son's neck completely disappeared .Immediately ,he called Wischz doctor ''I have concured the cyst has completely resolvedd ,completely gone .I anticipated if anything is an usual event ,and I anticipated the cyst would return ,it never has . "Not only the cyst disappear ,but his personality changed ,he wasn't afraid of be alone any more .he didnt' get anxious even in the gloomest days . he did ,however ,feel the need to repeat his tale . time and again ,he rehashed the story of his life as a soilder ." it wasn't my four-year-old talking , he had a grasp and knowledge of things that a four-year child is just not supposed to .but Patricia could no longer ignore his son's stories .she was convinced there had been some thing to them ,and felt it might be somehow linked ,to the disapperance of Edward's cyst . After several monthes of intensive research ,he found the explanation that made sense to her . perhaps Edward was healed ,by confronting his death of past life . Could Edward's stories of life and death as soilder in France has been carried over from the last life .and if son could be the sourceof the unexpected cure . the contentious past-life therapists and researchers are convinced ."At very early age ,Edward had a fairly complete recollection what was like to be a soilder ,what was like to die in battlefield ,and he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck "
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As I remember, getting hit right back here, back in the neck and went and penetrated through to about right here at my neck.

 

He said he tasted the salt, the salty taste of blood,  it filled him. He choked, he gagged, he fell in the mud and he died. He died there in the mud.

 

Austrian did not know what to make of her son's story. At first, she shrug it off, assuming it was a child fantasy or the lingering effects of the anesthesia. Two days after the tonsillectomy, Donald noticed the cyst in the front of his son's neck had completely disappeared. Immediately, he called Edward's doctor.

 

I have to concur the cyst have been completely resolved and completely gone. I anticipated that if anything that was an unusual event and anticipated that the cyst would return. It never has.

 

Not only did Edward's cyst disappear, but his personality changed. He wasn't afraid to be alone any more. He didn't get anxious even on the gloomiest days. He did however feel the need to repeat his tale. Time and again, he rehashed the story of his life as a soldier.

 

It wasn't my four-year-old talking. He had a grasp of any knowledge things that a four-year-old child is not just exposed to. Austrian couldn't no longer ignore her son's stories. She was convinced there had to be something to them. And felt they might be somehow linked to the disappearance of Edward's cyst. After several months of intensive research, she found an explanation that made sense to her. Perhaps Edward was healed by confronting his death in a past life.

 

Could Edward's stories of life and death as a soldier in France have been carried over from a past life? And if so, could they be the source of his unexpected cure? A contentious of past life therapist and researches are convinced.

 

At a very early age, Edward had a fairly complete recollection of what was like to be a soldier, what was like to die in a battle field. And he had a corresponding physical problem in his neck.

 

 

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