2nd   Semester Review
To Kill a Mockingbird
His left arm was somewhat shorter than hisright; when he stood or walked, the back ofhis hand was at right angles to his b...
His left arm was somewhat shorter than hisright; when he stood or walked, the back ofhis hand was at right angles to his b...
[He] was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judgingfrom his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels andany cats he could catch...wh...
[He] was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judgingfrom his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels andany cats he could catch...wh...
...the disgrace of Maycomb for threegenerations. None of them had done anhonest days work in his recollection.
...the disgrace of Maycomb for threegenerations. None of them had done anhonest days work in his recollection.The Ewells
She was very old; she spent most of each dayin bed and the rest of it in a wheelchair. It wasrumored that she kept a CSA p...
She was very old; she spent most of each dayin bed and the rest of it in a wheelchair. It wasrumored that she kept a CSA p...
...his laugh was sudden and happy; hehabitually pulled at a cowlick in the center ofhis forehead.
...his laugh was sudden and happy; hehabitually pulled at a cowlick in the center ofhis forehead.Charles Baker “Dill” Harris
Entailments are bad.
Entailments are bad.Jean Louise “Scout” Finch
The one thing that doesnt abide by majorityrule is a persons conscience.
The one thing that doesnt abide by majorityrule is a persons conscience.Atticus Finch
I may not be much, Mr. Finch, but Im stillsheriff of Maycomb County and Bob Ewell fellon his knife.
I may not be much, Mr. Finch, but Im stillsheriff of Maycomb County and Bob Ewell fellon his knife.Heck Tate
Silas Marner
an eccentric linen-weaver who leads a solitarylife in the English countryside near the villageof Raveloe
an eccentric linen-weaver who leads a solitarylife in the English countryside near the villageof RaveloeSilas Marner
the eldest son of the local squire; his maintraits are vacillation and irresolution
the eldest son of the local squire; his maintraits are vacillation and irresolutionGodfrey Cass
a dissolute rogue; he blackmails his brother,accidentally impales a horse, and steals Silasgold
a dissolute rogue; he blackmails his brother,accidentally impales a horse, and steals SilasgoldDunstan Cass
the child who wanders from her dying mothertoward the warm yellow glow shining fromSilas hearth
the child who wanders from her dying mothertoward the warm yellow glow shining fromSilas hearthEppie
“But you may prosper, for all that: there is nojust God that governs the earth righteously,but a God of lies, that bears w...
“But you may prosper, for all that: there is nojust God that governs the earth righteously,but a God of lies, that bears w...
"Thank you, maam—thank you, sir. But I cantleave my father, nor own anybody nearer thanhim. And I dont want to be a lady—t...
"Thank you, maam—thank you, sir. But I cantleave my father, nor own anybody nearer thanhim. And I dont want to be a lady—t...
“While Ive been putting off and putting off,the trees have been growing—its too latenow. Marner was in the right in what h...
“While Ive been putting off and putting off,the trees have been growing—its too latenow. Marner was in the right in what h...
The Scarlet Letter
a young woman whose scholarly husbandsupposedly died at sea
a young woman whose scholarly husbandsupposedly died at seaHester Prynne
a young man who achieved fame in England asa theologian, and since living in America, isheld to be a saint among the towns...
a young man who achieved fame in England asa theologian, and since living in America, isheld to be a saint among the towns...
a man captured by Indians who becomes adoctor in the town of Boston
a man captured by Indians who becomes adoctor in the town of BostonRoger Chillingworth
an illegitimate daughter with a mischievousspirit
an illegitimate daughter with a mischievousspiritPearl
"Mine was the first wrong, when I betrayedthy budding youth into a false and unnaturalrelation with my decay. Therefore, a...
"Mine was the first wrong, when I betrayedthy budding youth into a false and unnaturalrelation with my decay. Therefore, a...
"Many, many a poor soul hath given its confidence to me, notonly on the death-bed, but while strong in life, and fair inre...
"Many, many a poor soul hath given its confidence tome, not only on the death-bed, but while strong in life,and fair in re...
“I--whom the scarlet letter has disciplined to truth,though it be the truth of red-hot iron entering intothe soul--nor do ...
“I--whom the scarlet letter has disciplined totruth, though it be the truth of red-hot ironentering into the soul--nor do ...
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll        and Mr. Hyde
a man of a rugged countenance, that was neverlighted by a smile; cold, scanty and embarrassed indiscourse; backward in sen...
a man of a rugged countenance, that wasnever lighted by a smile; cold, scanty andembarrassed in discourse; backward insent...
the very pink of the proprieties, celebrated too, and(what makes it worse) one of your fellows who dowhat they call good
the very pink of the proprieties, celebratedtoo, and (what makes it worse) one of yourfellows who do what they call goodDr...
a fellow that nobody could have to do with, a reallydamnable man
a fellow that nobody could have to do with, areally damnable manMr. Edward Hyde
a hearty, healthy, dapper, red-faced gentleman, witha shock of hair prematurely white, and a boisterousand decided manner
a hearty, healthy, dapper, red-facedgentleman, with a shock of hair prematurelywhite, and a boisterous and decided mannerD...
With every day, and from both sides of myintelligence, the moral and the intellectual, Ithus drew steadily nearer to that ...
With every day, and from both sides of myintelligence, the moral and the intellectual, Ithus drew steadily nearer to that ...
"Or, if you shall so prefer to choose, a newprovince of knowledge and new avenues tofame and power shall be laid open to y...
"Or, if you shall so prefer to choose, a newprovince of knowledge and new avenues tofame and power shall be laid open to y...
"I have had a shock," he said, "and I shallnever recover. It is a question of weeks. Well,life has been pleasant; I liked ...
"I have had a shock," he said, "and I shallnever recover. It is a question of weeks. Well,life has been pleasant; I liked ...
"I incline to Cains heresy," he used to sayquaintly: "I let my brother go to the devil in hisown way."
"I incline to Cains heresy," he used to sayquaintly: "I let my brother go to the devil in hisown way."Mr. Utterson
The Old Man and the Sea
What is being described?"The brown blotches of the benevolent skincancer the sun brings from its reflection onthe tropic s...
"The brown blotches of the benevolent skincancer the sun brings from its reflection onthe tropic sea were on his cheeks."S...
What is being described?"If you were my boy Id take you out andgamble...But you are your fathers and yourmothers and you a...
"If you were my boy Id take you out andgamble...But you are your fathers and yourmothers and you are in a lucky boat."Mano...
What is being described?"They played like young cats in the dusk andhe loved them as he loved the boy."
"They played like young cats in the dusk andhe loved them as he loved the boy."lions
What is being described?"Sometimes those who love her say badthings of her but they are always said asthough she were a wo...
"Sometimes those who love her say badthings of her but they are always said asthough she were a woman."the sea
What is being described?"I love you and respect you very much. But Iwill kill you dead before this day ends."
"I love you and respect you very much. But Iwill kill you dead before this day ends."the marlin
What is being described?"The boy saw that the old man was breathingand then he saw the old mans ______ and hestarted to cr...
"The boy saw that the old man was breathingand then he saw the old mans hands and hestarted to cry."hands
The Bear
What is being described?Carothers McCaslins grandson, the son ofBuck McCaslin. His cousin is McCaslinEdmonds. He was taugh...
Carothers McCaslins grandson, the son ofBuck McCaslin. His cousin is McCaslinEdmonds. He was taught to hunt as a youngboy ...
What is being described?Son of Ikkemotubbe, the Choctaw chief, whosold him and his mother into slavery when hewas very you...
Son of Ikkemotubbe, the Choctaw chief, whosold him and his mother into slavery when hewas very young. He is an expert hunt...
What is being described?The bear of "The Bear." He has one mutilatedfoot but otherwise seems to be invulnerable.Killed aft...
The bear of "The Bear." He has one mutilatedfoot but otherwise seems to be invulnerable.Killed after tearing out the entra...
What is being described?Ugly, alcoholic hunter who is very loyal toMajor de Spain and McCaslin Edmonds. Hecares for Lion a...
Ugly, alcoholic hunter who is very loyal toMajor de Spain and McCaslin Edmonds. Hecares for Lion and eventually kills the ...
Treasure Island
Who is being described?A local doctor and magistrate who is friendswith Squire Trelawny. He is practical andsympathetic.
A local doctor and magistrate who is friendswith Squire Trelawny. He is practical andsympathetic.Doctor Livesey
Who is being described?a quartermaster whom his fellow pirates call"Barbecue." Hes apparently the only manwhom the legenda...
a quartermaster whom his fellow pirates call"Barbecue." Hes apparently the only manwhom the legendary pirate Captain Flint...
Who is being described?A hard-drinking pirate who first appears at theAdmiral Benbow seeking a quiet,inconspicuous place t...
A hard-drinking pirate who first appears at theAdmiral Benbow seeking a quiet,inconspicuous place to live. His sea-chestpr...
Who is being described?A disciplined man who knows how to run atight ship; however, his rigidity can lend himinflexible an...
A disciplined man who knows how to run atight ship; however, his rigidity can lend himinflexible and without creativity wh...
Who is being described?The only child of English innkeepers; fall intoan adventure by chance when Billy Bones("the captain...
The only child of English innkeepers; fall intoan adventure by chance when Billy Bones("the captain") happens to make bert...
Who is being described?Second in command of the pirates underSilver. Killed by Jim, who accidentally shootshim with two pi...
Second in command of the pirates underSilver. Killed by Jim, who accidentally shootshim with two pistols.Israel Hands
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The short novel second semester review

  1. 1. 2nd Semester Review
  2. 2. To Kill a Mockingbird
  3. 3. His left arm was somewhat shorter than hisright; when he stood or walked, the back ofhis hand was at right angles to his body...Hecouldnt have cared less, so long as he couldpass and punt.
  4. 4. His left arm was somewhat shorter than hisright; when he stood or walked, the back ofhis hand was at right angles to his body...Hecouldnt have cared less, so long as he couldpass and punt.Jeremy “Jem” Finch
  5. 5. [He] was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judgingfrom his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels andany cats he could catch...what teeth he hadwere yellow and rotten; his eyes popped, andhe drooled most of the time.
  6. 6. [He] was about six-and-a-half feet tall, judgingfrom his tracks; he dined on raw squirrels andany cats he could catch...what teeth he hadwere yellow and rotten; his eyes popped, andhe drooled most of the time.Arthur “Boo” Radley
  7. 7. ...the disgrace of Maycomb for threegenerations. None of them had done anhonest days work in his recollection.
  8. 8. ...the disgrace of Maycomb for threegenerations. None of them had done anhonest days work in his recollection.The Ewells
  9. 9. She was very old; she spent most of each dayin bed and the rest of it in a wheelchair. It wasrumored that she kept a CSA pistol concealedamong her numerous shawls and wraps.
  10. 10. She was very old; she spent most of each dayin bed and the rest of it in a wheelchair. It wasrumored that she kept a CSA pistol concealedamong her numerous shawls and wraps.Mrs. Henry Lafayette Dubose
  11. 11. ...his laugh was sudden and happy; hehabitually pulled at a cowlick in the center ofhis forehead.
  12. 12. ...his laugh was sudden and happy; hehabitually pulled at a cowlick in the center ofhis forehead.Charles Baker “Dill” Harris
  13. 13. Entailments are bad.
  14. 14. Entailments are bad.Jean Louise “Scout” Finch
  15. 15. The one thing that doesnt abide by majorityrule is a persons conscience.
  16. 16. The one thing that doesnt abide by majorityrule is a persons conscience.Atticus Finch
  17. 17. I may not be much, Mr. Finch, but Im stillsheriff of Maycomb County and Bob Ewell fellon his knife.
  18. 18. I may not be much, Mr. Finch, but Im stillsheriff of Maycomb County and Bob Ewell fellon his knife.Heck Tate
  19. 19. Silas Marner
  20. 20. an eccentric linen-weaver who leads a solitarylife in the English countryside near the villageof Raveloe
  21. 21. an eccentric linen-weaver who leads a solitarylife in the English countryside near the villageof RaveloeSilas Marner
  22. 22. the eldest son of the local squire; his maintraits are vacillation and irresolution
  23. 23. the eldest son of the local squire; his maintraits are vacillation and irresolutionGodfrey Cass
  24. 24. a dissolute rogue; he blackmails his brother,accidentally impales a horse, and steals Silasgold
  25. 25. a dissolute rogue; he blackmails his brother,accidentally impales a horse, and steals SilasgoldDunstan Cass
  26. 26. the child who wanders from her dying mothertoward the warm yellow glow shining fromSilas hearth
  27. 27. the child who wanders from her dying mothertoward the warm yellow glow shining fromSilas hearthEppie
  28. 28. “But you may prosper, for all that: there is nojust God that governs the earth righteously,but a God of lies, that bears witness againstthe innocent."
  29. 29. “But you may prosper, for all that: there is nojust God that governs the earth righteously,but a God of lies, that bears witness againstthe innocent."Silas Marner
  30. 30. "Thank you, maam—thank you, sir. But I cantleave my father, nor own anybody nearer thanhim. And I dont want to be a lady—thank youall the same."
  31. 31. "Thank you, maam—thank you, sir. But I cantleave my father, nor own anybody nearer thanhim. And I dont want to be a lady—thank youall the same."Eppie
  32. 32. “While Ive been putting off and putting off,the trees have been growing—its too latenow. Marner was in the right in what he saidabout a mans turning away a blessing fromhis door: it falls to somebody else."
  33. 33. “While Ive been putting off and putting off,the trees have been growing—its too latenow. Marner was in the right in what he saidabout a mans turning away a blessing fromhis door: it falls to somebody else."Godfrey Cass
  34. 34. The Scarlet Letter
  35. 35. a young woman whose scholarly husbandsupposedly died at sea
  36. 36. a young woman whose scholarly husbandsupposedly died at seaHester Prynne
  37. 37. a young man who achieved fame in England asa theologian, and since living in America, isheld to be a saint among the townspeople
  38. 38. a young man who achieved fame in England asa theologian, and since living in America, isheld to be a saint among the townspeopleReverend Arthur Dimmesdale
  39. 39. a man captured by Indians who becomes adoctor in the town of Boston
  40. 40. a man captured by Indians who becomes adoctor in the town of BostonRoger Chillingworth
  41. 41. an illegitimate daughter with a mischievousspirit
  42. 42. an illegitimate daughter with a mischievousspiritPearl
  43. 43. "Mine was the first wrong, when I betrayedthy budding youth into a false and unnaturalrelation with my decay. Therefore, as a manwho has not thought and philosophised invain, I seek no vengeance, plot no evil againstthee. Between thee and me, the scale hangsfairly balanced. “
  44. 44. "Mine was the first wrong, when I betrayedthy budding youth into a false and unnaturalrelation with my decay. Therefore, as a manwho has not thought and philosophized invain, I seek no vengeance, plot no evil againstthee. Between thee and me, the scale hangsfairly balanced.Roger Chillingworth
  45. 45. "Many, many a poor soul hath given its confidence to me, notonly on the death-bed, but while strong in life, and fair inreputation. And ever, after such an outpouring, oh, what arelief have I witnessed in those sinful brethren! even as in onewho at last draws free air, after a long stifling with his ownpolluted breath. How can it be otherwise? Why should awretched man--guilty, we will say, of murder--prefer to keepthe dead corpse buried in his own heart, rather than fling itforth at once, and let the universe take care of it!"
  46. 46. "Many, many a poor soul hath given its confidence tome, not only on the death-bed, but while strong in life,and fair in reputation. And ever, after such anoutpouring, oh, what a relief have I witnessed in thosesinful brethren! even as in one who at last draws freeair, after a long stifling with his own polluted breath.How can it be otherwise? Why should a wretched man--guilty, we will say, of murder--prefer to keep the deadcorpse buried in his own heart, rather than fling it forthat once, and let the universe take care of it!"Reverend Arthur Dimmesdale
  47. 47. “I--whom the scarlet letter has disciplined to truth,though it be the truth of red-hot iron entering intothe soul--nor do I perceive such advantage in hisliving any longer a life of ghastly emptiness, that Ishall stoop to implore thy mercy. Do with him asthou wilt! There is no good for him, no good for me,no good for thee. There is no good for little Pearl.There is no path to guide us out of this dismal maze."
  48. 48. “I--whom the scarlet letter has disciplined totruth, though it be the truth of red-hot ironentering into the soul--nor do I perceive suchadvantage in his living any longer a life of ghastlyemptiness, that I shall stoop to implore thymercy. Do with him as thou wilt! There is no goodfor him, no good for me, no good for thee. Thereis no good for little Pearl. There is no path toguide us out of this dismal maze."Hester Prynne
  49. 49. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
  50. 50. a man of a rugged countenance, that was neverlighted by a smile; cold, scanty and embarrassed indiscourse; backward in sentiment; lean, long, dusty,dreary, and yet somehow lovable; it was frequentlyhis fortune to be the last reputable acquaintance andthe last good influence in the lives of down-goingmen
  51. 51. a man of a rugged countenance, that wasnever lighted by a smile; cold, scanty andembarrassed in discourse; backward insentiment; lean, long, dusty, dreary, and yetsomehow lovable; it was frequently hisfortune to be the last reputable acquaintanceand the last good influence in the lives ofdown-going menMr. Utterson
  52. 52. the very pink of the proprieties, celebrated too, and(what makes it worse) one of your fellows who dowhat they call good
  53. 53. the very pink of the proprieties, celebratedtoo, and (what makes it worse) one of yourfellows who do what they call goodDr. Henry Jekyll
  54. 54. a fellow that nobody could have to do with, a reallydamnable man
  55. 55. a fellow that nobody could have to do with, areally damnable manMr. Edward Hyde
  56. 56. a hearty, healthy, dapper, red-faced gentleman, witha shock of hair prematurely white, and a boisterousand decided manner
  57. 57. a hearty, healthy, dapper, red-facedgentleman, with a shock of hair prematurelywhite, and a boisterous and decided mannerDr. Hastie Lanyon
  58. 58. With every day, and from both sides of myintelligence, the moral and the intellectual, Ithus drew steadily nearer to that truth, bywhose partial discovery I have been doomedto such a dreadful shipwreck: that man is nottruly one, but truly two.
  59. 59. With every day, and from both sides of myintelligence, the moral and the intellectual, Ithus drew steadily nearer to that truth, bywhose partial discovery I have been doomedto such a dreadful shipwreck: that man is nottruly one, but truly two.Dr. Henry Jekyll
  60. 60. "Or, if you shall so prefer to choose, a newprovince of knowledge and new avenues tofame and power shall be laid open to you,here, in this room, upon the instant; and yoursight shall be blasted by a prodigy to staggerthe unbelief of Satan."
  61. 61. "Or, if you shall so prefer to choose, a newprovince of knowledge and new avenues tofame and power shall be laid open to you,here, in this room, upon the instant; and yoursight shall be blasted by a prodigy to staggerthe unbelief of Satan."Mr. Edward Hyde
  62. 62. "I have had a shock," he said, "and I shallnever recover. It is a question of weeks. Well,life has been pleasant; I liked it; yes, sir, I usedto like it. I sometimes think if we knew all, weshould be more glad to get away."
  63. 63. "I have had a shock," he said, "and I shallnever recover. It is a question of weeks. Well,life has been pleasant; I liked it; yes, sir, I usedto like it. I sometimes think if we knew all, weshould be more glad to get away.“Dr. Hastie Lanyon
  64. 64. "I incline to Cains heresy," he used to sayquaintly: "I let my brother go to the devil in hisown way."
  65. 65. "I incline to Cains heresy," he used to sayquaintly: "I let my brother go to the devil in hisown way."Mr. Utterson
  66. 66. The Old Man and the Sea
  67. 67. What is being described?"The brown blotches of the benevolent skincancer the sun brings from its reflection onthe tropic sea were on his cheeks."
  68. 68. "The brown blotches of the benevolent skincancer the sun brings from its reflection onthe tropic sea were on his cheeks."Santiago / the old man
  69. 69. What is being described?"If you were my boy Id take you out andgamble...But you are your fathers and yourmothers and you are in a lucky boat."
  70. 70. "If you were my boy Id take you out andgamble...But you are your fathers and yourmothers and you are in a lucky boat."Manolin
  71. 71. What is being described?"They played like young cats in the dusk andhe loved them as he loved the boy."
  72. 72. "They played like young cats in the dusk andhe loved them as he loved the boy."lions
  73. 73. What is being described?"Sometimes those who love her say badthings of her but they are always said asthough she were a woman."
  74. 74. "Sometimes those who love her say badthings of her but they are always said asthough she were a woman."the sea
  75. 75. What is being described?"I love you and respect you very much. But Iwill kill you dead before this day ends."
  76. 76. "I love you and respect you very much. But Iwill kill you dead before this day ends."the marlin
  77. 77. What is being described?"The boy saw that the old man was breathingand then he saw the old mans ______ and hestarted to cry."
  78. 78. "The boy saw that the old man was breathingand then he saw the old mans hands and hestarted to cry."hands
  79. 79. The Bear
  80. 80. What is being described?Carothers McCaslins grandson, the son ofBuck McCaslin. His cousin is McCaslinEdmonds. He was taught to hunt as a youngboy by Sam Fathers. At 21, he disowns hisinheritance and gives the plantation toMcCaslin Edmonds.
  81. 81. Carothers McCaslins grandson, the son ofBuck McCaslin. His cousin is McCaslinEdmonds. He was taught to hunt as a youngboy by Sam Fathers. At 21, he disowns hisinheritance and gives the plantation toMcCaslin Edmonds.Isaac McCaslin / the boy
  82. 82. What is being described?Son of Ikkemotubbe, the Choctaw chief, whosold him and his mother into slavery when hewas very young. He is an expert hunter whoteaches Isaac, and he tames Lion.
  83. 83. Son of Ikkemotubbe, the Choctaw chief, whosold him and his mother into slavery when hewas very young. He is an expert hunter whoteaches Isaac, and he tames Lion.Sam Fathers
  84. 84. What is being described?The bear of "The Bear." He has one mutilatedfoot but otherwise seems to be invulnerable.Killed after tearing out the entrails of the dogLion.
  85. 85. The bear of "The Bear." He has one mutilatedfoot but otherwise seems to be invulnerable.Killed after tearing out the entrails of the dogLion.Old Ben
  86. 86. What is being described?Ugly, alcoholic hunter who is very loyal toMajor de Spain and McCaslin Edmonds. Hecares for Lion and eventually kills the bearwith his hunting knife.
  87. 87. Ugly, alcoholic hunter who is very loyal toMajor de Spain and McCaslin Edmonds. Hecares for Lion and eventually kills the bearwith his hunting knife.Boon Hogganbeck
  88. 88. Treasure Island
  89. 89. Who is being described?A local doctor and magistrate who is friendswith Squire Trelawny. He is practical andsympathetic.
  90. 90. A local doctor and magistrate who is friendswith Squire Trelawny. He is practical andsympathetic.Doctor Livesey
  91. 91. Who is being described?a quartermaster whom his fellow pirates call"Barbecue." Hes apparently the only manwhom the legendary pirate Captain Flint wasafraid of. Hes clever and good with words, hewill change sides quickly, and hes brave.
  92. 92. a quartermaster whom his fellow pirates call"Barbecue." Hes apparently the only manwhom the legendary pirate Captain Flint wasafraid of. Hes clever and good with words, hewill change sides quickly, and hes brave.Long John Silver
  93. 93. Who is being described?A hard-drinking pirate who first appears at theAdmiral Benbow seeking a quiet,inconspicuous place to live. His sea-chestprovides Jim with the treasure map.
  94. 94. A hard-drinking pirate who first appears at theAdmiral Benbow seeking a quiet,inconspicuous place to live. His sea-chestprovides Jim with the treasure map.Billy Bones
  95. 95. Who is being described?A disciplined man who knows how to run atight ship; however, his rigidity can lend himinflexible and without creativity when itsneeded.
  96. 96. A disciplined man who knows how to run atight ship; however, his rigidity can lend himinflexible and without creativity when itsneeded.Captain Smollett
  97. 97. Who is being described?The only child of English innkeepers; fall intoan adventure by chance when Billy Bones("the captain") happens to make berth at hisparents inn.
  98. 98. The only child of English innkeepers; fall intoan adventure by chance when Billy Bones("the captain") happens to make berth at hisparents innJim Hawkins
  99. 99. Who is being described?Second in command of the pirates underSilver. Killed by Jim, who accidentally shootshim with two pistols.
  100. 100. Second in command of the pirates underSilver. Killed by Jim, who accidentally shootshim with two pistols.Israel Hands

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