Defenestration

Defenestration and windows seem to go together!

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  1. Josh_L says:

    Huh, I must say that look you gave us after saying “be good” doesn’t quite seem… consistent.

  2. tonyb says:

    I bought some Hemmingway novels on audio books. And in one of them called THE CAPITAL OF THE WORLD about Madrid. Hemmingway wrote that in a World Revolution they would have to hang all the Priests!!! I can think of some clergy who seem to be annoying me that deserve the gallows, too!

  3. me says:

    fuck gentlement i m in love i don’t care a bout anything

  4. me says:

    bASKET I KNOW ME? YES PHONE NONE PHONE MY AGANT§

  5. me says:

    FUCKING BLUE MEN 4BLUE!
    :| :lol: :oops: :o :grin: :cool: CALL ME UP BITCHES LOL 5NO° +33630793456 NICO

  6. pandion says:

    Now that you know the French word for “window,” you will not be able to see a production of Three Sisters the same way again.

  7. me says:

    Sorry lol

    that’s true i just open the window, but im fucked i look splendid word and yeah it’s weird to been a man at 21 and feel like a teen at 30 don’t you think ahahahhahaahhahahaahhaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa lol ahahahaha ahahahah lol(?) ahahhahahh pff ajaahahahhaahahahahhahah im ilare, is it right?? i , don’t know, this better than that right LA or rica, don’t either, i ve got a splendide too computer who translate mtaping in deleting the superflu letters, it’s so good to be young my dear loladaddadddadaddaahahaahhahaahahhhahah, no it’s just that ive seen you without being stupid so, im happy u know…yeah plus you definitly know that ah so kill me with your love i adore just warm ice lol

  8. me says:

    I ADORE WHEN YOU CALL ME BABEµµµ

  9. me says:

    you have those night mares cut i love you i wanna hold u so much babyblonde THAT4S EVIL§ EVEN

  10. me says:

    made everybody, you look like evil right but don’t you think? your love nico

  11. thematrix75 says:

    Luxury Car Collection Of David Beckham I hope you enjoy this and the other stuff I posted, if your in the hood, holler back ya hear! Well I guess it’s goodbye for now, see you all later. Peace :!:

  12. There was some defenestration going on just recently in France. Some people were fawkin’ around doing a seance and wouldn’t you know it… the :twisted: DEVIL :twisted: popped into the room… in a state of terror… they all made a run for the 2nd floor window and jumped out and hit the pavement! :shock:

    They ended up in the hospital! :cry:

    Maybe they should have done this in the basement!? LOL ;-) :roll:

  13. thematrix75 says:

    Hello everyone, what’s up today? How You’ll doing? How is class going?
    Ten Ways The World Will End So They Say.
    5 Extraordinary Uses For Baking Soda
    Can Human’s Hear In Space?
    Some Jokes…
    Doctor Doctor
    Doctor, Doctor, I feel like a pair of Curtains.
    Well pull yourself together.

    Doctor, Doctor, everyone keeps ignoring me.
    Next please!

    Doctor, Doctor, I keep thinking there are two of me.
    One at a time please.

    Doctor, Doctor, some day’s I feel like a tee pee and other day’s like a wig wam.
    You’re to tents.

    Doctor, Doctor, I keep thinking I’m invisible.
    Who said that?

    Doctor, Doctor, My little boy has just swallowed a roll of film!
    Hmmmm… Let’s hope nothing develops.

    Doctor, Doctor, I can’t get to sleep.
    Set on the edge of the bed and you’ll soon drop off.

    Doctor, Doctor, I’ve lost my memory!
    When did this happen?
    When did what happen?

    Doctor, Doctor, I fell like a deck of cards.
    I’ll deal with you later.

    Doctor, Doctor, my son has swallowed a pen, what should I do?
    Use a pencil until I get there.

    Hearing Problems?
    A man told his doctor, “I don’t think my wifes hearing is good as it used to be. What shall I do?”

    The doctor replied, “Try this test first. When your wife is at the sink going dishes, stand fifteen feet behind her and ask her a question.If she doesn’t respond, keep moving closer, asking the same question until she hears you.”

    He went home and saw his wife preparing dinner. Standing fifteen feet behind her,he asked, ” What’s for dinner, honey?”

    Hearing no reply he moves up to 10 feet behind her and repeated the same question.

    Still no reply, so he moves up to five feet. Still no answer.

    Finally he stood directly behind her and said, “Honey,what’s for dinner tonight?”

    “FOR THE FOURTH TIME,I SAID CHICKEN, you’s better get your hearing checked!”

    Scrubbing Bulkheads
    I was scrubbing the bulkhead on the USS Kitty Hawk one Sunday morning when the loud-speaker announced:
    “Religious Services. Maintain Silence about the decks. Discontinue all unnecessary work.”

    An hour later, the opinion many of us held regarding our daily routine, was confirmed with the following announcement:
    “Resume all unnecessary work. ”

    And The Fairy Said…
    A married couple in their early 60s were out celebrating their 35th wedding anniversary in a quite, romantic little restaurant.

    Suddenly, a tiny yet beautiful fairy appeared on their table and said, ” For being such an exemplary married couple and for being faithful to each other for all this time, I will grant you a wish. “Ooh, I want to travel around the world with darling husband, said the wife.”

    The fairy moved her magic stick and-abracadabra!-two tickets for the new QM2 luxury liner appeared in her hands.

    Now it was her husband’s turn. He thought for a moment and said, ” Well all this is very romantic, but an opportunity like this only occurs once in a life time, so, I’m sorry my love, but my wish is to have a wife 30 years younger than me. ”

    The wife, and the fairy, were deeply disappointed, but a wish is a wish. So the fairy made a circle with her magic stick and-abracadabra!-the husband became 92 years old.

    The moral of the story: “Fairies are female.”

    Well see you all later! Peace!

  14. James says:

    WELL DONE ON 400,000 SUBSCRIBERS MARINA!!!

    • James says:

      Marina has less honours, but finaly youtube seems to have sorted themselves out.

      #9 – Most Viewed (All Time) – Global
      #1 – Most Viewed (All Time) – Gurus – Global

      Finally, marina has her well deserved #1 spot back again.. Hell, even I have one too!

      #72 – Most Viewed (All Time) – Comedians

      Not as quite as impressive, but still.. I am going to try and film tomorrow.

  15. Evan Owen says:

    Hey, who are the active TAs nowadays? I haven’t been getting the email notices of responses to my posts. :neutral:

  16. dellforce says:

    :cool: Cool vid and expansion of my vocab. Hey, check THISSS out, Marina… Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been reading a VERY, VERY interesting book! “The Weekend That Changed Wall Street; An Eyewitness Account” [I give it FIVE STARS!¡!¡], by Maria Bartiromo (she’s the CNBC anchorwoman who hosts “The Closing Bell”). About an hour ago I finished chapter 8. I decided to review the intro and Chapter 1 as I ate my late lunch…
    In chapter one, “Riding High Before The Fall” (which, by the way, is pleasantly littered with alliterations), Maria talks about a lunchtime conversation with Steve Schwarzman (a TOP Wall Steet dude); “I can do a 30 to 40-billion dollar deal in a very short time without COVENANCE [all caps by me, DELL]“. By the way, I’m also “double-reading” this book via my iPhone 4 iBooks purchase so I can highlight important passages, so I highlighted that word and tapped ‘dictionary’… “No definition found” :shock:
    I looked it up in my WEBSTER’s New World College Dictionary. All I could find was ‘covenant’.
    So, you see what happened here, Marina¿ This rich dude was feeling ‘uppity’ and decided to throw in a “high-fallootin’” word to make himself look EVEN MORE important. THERE’S NO SUCH WORD AS COVENANCE :x !¡!¡!¡ So, I’m just putting this out there to put Schwarzman ON BLAST for using I guess what you could call a ‘non-word’ or a mistaken neologism. Incidentally, all while I’ve been using that word, my iPhone 4 has continually offered ‘covenant’ as a correction. I guess now I’m gonna have to go to settings to clear the dictionary in case it has stored that word in it’s dictionary [I know the correction means it has refused it, I was just being "fake-aggravated").
    By the way [btw] I’m “double reading” this book because I checked it out from the library in mid-September (it was due back Oct.5, now I’m acquiescing to paying a dime per day as I finish it up!

    Wouldn’t it be cool, Marina, to do a show putting people ON BLAST for intentionally using a bogus word…¿ Just puttin’ that out there… mmmmMMMMMWAH!

  17. deluxenn says:

    If the defenestration means “throw out a window” hence the demonstration means the exorcism :twisted: :lol:

  18. Evan Owen says:

    ***LossForWords Mini-Lesson: Trachea***

    Once there was a nation, Trakia, where the people were known for their habit of clearing their throats. Or at least, that’s how it sounded when they spoke. (Kind of like Welsh, actually. :roll: ) This trait became so well known that Trakia (spelling changed to “trachea,” “ch” as in “Christmas”) became the word for “windpipe.”

    It’s true, I tell you! :mrgreen:

    See Trakia (I chose an article in British so it would be easy to understand.) :lol:

    Тракийски хоро (Trakia dance) :cool:

    For your homework: What is the name of this country in English (or for that matter, Greek (hint, hint))? :grin:

  19. pairadots says:

    If the Bible is where we learned of angels, why do we always picture them with wings? The times angels have had any description in the Bible it only refers to them having the appearance of a man. So where do the wings come from? I’m assuming it was an artist’s idea? Sorry just thinking out loud. I have weird thoughts.

    • Evan Owen says:

      Your “weird thoughts” are “free inquiry,” the source of much of our best etymological work on these pages. :smile:

      Did you know, for example, that the words “English” and “England” derive from “angel”? When the Saxons began invading Britain, the native Welsh referred to them as angel o’r uffern “angel from hell,” later shortened to a sarcastic “Angle” (the Welsh pronunciation of “angel.”) “Angle” then developed into “Angle-ish” (English) and “Angle-land” (England). :mrgreen:

      See where “free inquiry” can lead you? :razz:

      English
      British
      :cool:

  20. thematrix75 says:

    Hello every one how are you all doing? Good I hope.I’m tired of mulching uo leaves, all well eventually they will all fall down. So what’s up in class? Is there someone out there?If so give me a holler back! Here are some jokes…
    New Suit
    Abraham wanted a new suit, so he bought a new piece cloth then tried to locate a tailor. The first tailer he visited looked at the cloth and measured Abraham, then measured the cloth, then smiled and said, ” There is enough cloth to make a pair of trousers, a coat, and a vest, please come back in a week to pick up your suit.”

    A week later Abraham came to take his new suit, and saw the tailor’s son wearing trousers made of the same cloth.

    Perplexed,he asked, ” Just how could you make a full suit for me and trousers for your son, when the other tailor could only make one suit out of the cloth?”

    It’s very simple, “Replied the tailer, “The other tailor has two sons.”

    Saying Grace
    A Sunday School teacher was trying to explain about saying grace before meals. One of the pupils was the young son of the minister of that church, so she started the discussion by asking him, “Jerry what does your father say when the family sits done for diner?”

    Jerry answered, “Dad says, ‘ Go easy on the butter,kids, it’s 3 dollars a pound!”

    Young Ones In Love?
    A young Scottish lad and lassie were sitting on a low stone wall, holding hands, and just gazing out over the loch. For several minutes they sat silently, then finally the girl looked at the boy and said, ” A penny for your thoughts, Angus. ”

    “Well I was thinkin’… perhaps it’s aboot time for a wee kiss.”

    The girl blushed, then leaned over and kissed him lightly on the cheek. The he blushed.

    Then the two turned once again to gaze out over the loch. After awhile the girl spoke again, “Another penny for your thoughts, Angus.”

    The young man knit his brow ” Well now, he said, ” my thoughts are a bit more serious this time.”

    “Really?” said the girl in a whisper, filled with anticipation.

    “Aye, ” said the lad, ” Din’na ye think it’s about time ye pay me that first penny?”

    Computer Error
    An Oldie but goodie…
    I was having trouble with my computer. So i called Bob the computer guy, to come over. Bob clicked a few buttons and solved the problem. He gave me a bill for a minimum service call.

    As he was walking away, I called after him, “So what was wrong?” He replied, ” It was an Id Ten T Error.”

    I didn’t want to appear to be stupid, but none the less inquired, “An,ID Ten T Error? What’s that in case I need to fix it again? ”

    The computer guy grinned… “Haven’t you ever heard of an ID Ten T Error before?”
    “No,” I replied.

    “Write it down,”he said, “and I think you’ll figure it out.”

    So I wrote out…ID10T

    I used to like Bob!

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    Well hope you all enjoy the material, have a goodnight/day depending where you live! Peace and hope to hear from all of you in class :!: :cool: :smile:

  21. seesixcm6 says:

    Dear Marina,
    Thanks for the nice video. I thought defenestration was a play on words from the Windows OS. To remove junk from memory was to “un-Window” it. :razz:
    You are beautiful in this video in a plain, white blouse. See, you don’t need a skimpy, low-cut dress to look so beautiful. Your beauty comes through in your facial expressions, your gestures and your voice. :grin:
    Last month, I bought some bottles of Neuro. So now, they’ve sent you to Las Vegas for a stay at the Wynn hotel! I’ll buy so more bottles so they can afford to treat you even nicer! :grin:
    I saw some of the photos you posted on Twitpic. You’re beautiful, intelligent and slender. You can do much more than drape yourself over a car to make that car look good. :razz:
    I hope you enjoy a great time in Las Vegas and have a safe trip back home to us in California! :mrgreen:
    SeesixCM6

  22. neuroway says:

    This is a scam! This was not defenestration! This was assisted defenestration!

    “The difference between a violin and a viola is that a viola burns longer.”
    – Børge Rosenbaum (1909-2000)

  23. Evan Owen says:

    {orange}
    {norange} (Who says there’s no English word that rhymes with “orange”?)
    {naranja} (Spanish)
    {naranj} (Arabic)
    {naranga} (Sanskrit}

    BTW, it’s NOT true that Sanskrit was an unwritten language (sans script)! :mrgreen:

    • leoNard says:

      {JOKE}=”Algorismus” …Do you write with numbers?

      s o c i a l … s e c u r i t y

      love ‘vestments :twisted: Convert a whole number to roman numerals, or vice versa.
      [][][]XXXX[][][]Roman and “Arabic” Numerals
      The use of Roman numerals has been mathematically obsolete for more than 1100 years. :x preface :smile:

      The form of Roman numeration used today was established during the Middle Ages in Western Europe. It is derived from the systems actually used in Roman times, but with certain improvements. The basic Roman numerals as used today are:

      I = 1 V = 5 X = 10 L = 50 C = 100 D = 500 M = 1000 ~~~~{UNIT}/i knit-to (II)2 THULE, too! :lol: The Hindu-Arabic numeration system was known in Europe by 1000, but at first it didn’t make much of a dent in the use of Roman numerals. During the 1100′s the “Arabic” numerals were a topic of great interest among European scholars, and several translations of the Algebra appeared. In 1202,

      Leonardo of Pisa (ca. 1180-1250)

      published a famous book Liber abaci explaining and popularizing the Hindu-Arabic system, the use of the zero, the horizontal fraction bar, and the various algorithms of the Algebra.
      …know when to fence in your cows/the bull jumps a fence… :razz: all of my friends at school grew up and settled down/ and they mortgaged up their lives/ one thing´s not said too much, but i think it´s true /they just got married ´cause there´s nothing else to do// so/ i´m just sitting on a fence..

      • Evan Owen says:

        {algorith} From Spanish “algo ritmo;” said of flamenco dancers, translates roughly to “He’s got some rhythm! :mrgreen:
        {cipher} — not to be confused with the stringed instrument! :razz:
        {algebra} — not a mermaid’s upper undergarment! :lol:
        Was Thule off in the {toolies}? :???:
        …and no, {al-Jabr} did NOT write {gibberish}! :evil:

  24. Evan Owen says:

    More Wake Up and Dance! music to listen to while reading and posting comments:

    Gankino Horo! :grin:

    Is shop-ping a horo-ble pastime? Shopsko Horo :mrgreen: (No, a {tamburá} is NOT a large {tambourine}, nor is the latter a small citrus fruit.) :razz:

    Hey, that reminds me… have we done:
    {guitar}
    {kithara}
    {cittern}
    {zither}
    {sitar}
    :grin:

    HotForWords could be instrumental in improving our understanding! :razz:

  25. Marina is smokin’ hot in the
    the latest Russian Word Lesson.

    Homework Answer: Fabrege

    Show your love…
    Be sure to rate her video 5 stars! :mrgreen:

  26. VenomRocK says:

    Defenestration sounds like a great idea for a BIG BASH come November 2 :idea: Make them become one with concrete. :evil:

    Jack Off Jill :cool:

  27. Samuel says:

    ehm, marina why do you tell your students that i smell after shit!?
    go and drink a Swedish drink !

  28. me says:

    No comment, beautiful dress btw !! ;-)
    Digitaly urz,
    Nicolas.

  29. hott4urblog says:

    Holy Crap! Sometimes I Literally want to Defenestrate my Computer. Just throw it out the Window. I Do Have A Window Literally In My Computer… Just so I can see the guts that need to be Defenestrated. If Computers are so smart… why can’t the fix themselves? Ohh… That’s Right there is No Money In It! By The Way… How did that 30 year war thing work out… Separation of Church and State? Should of been called the “Thirty More Wars” War.

    • Samuel says:

      after 30 year of war they decided to end up with this war. cause there was no winning and no losing side, just too loosers. they could had been fighting 30 year longer, with maybee the same result. only a third of the population within this war survived it in some regions.

      “Separation of Church and State?”
      the protestant side collaborated more with the unreligious rulers, aristocrates and so. the Catholics had religious and secular power combined and where fighting against the with the protestants allied counts.
      but secularisation happend much later.

    • fglrx says:

      Don’t throw your computer out of the window. Throw Windows out of your computer (and use another operating system).

  30. Evan Owen says:

    Re Marina’s etymology:

    No, no, NO! Defenestration comes from the Welsh de ffenestr, ie the South Window, from which people were customarily thrown out. :shock: Witness this song from Celtic Mayhem:

    The Throw It Out the Window Song! :lol:

  31. jmcargal says:

    Three stories up sounds more like 10 meters (more than 30 feet) than 30 meters.

  32. Samuel says:

    marina had a boyfriend????

  33. I’ve lost count with how many times I had to remove programs from my PC ( I have VISTA :sad: ) and then re-install them. I’ve been defenestrating my PC for a long time!

    Oh, those were not Catholic Governors. They were two unsuccessful encyclopedia salesmen.

  34. thematrix75 says:

    The Loo Speaking of windows, keep away from them, for you never know what’s going to be thrown out of them :lol:

    • leoNard says:

      Thanks for the blast from the past :oops: …{dump}-and-{pump}… :???: The Beatles – There’s A Place(loo) :lol: Hot Synonyms
      …………The Wind’s Eye
      :razz: So what are you cooking/eating :?: :lol: remember cooling the pie in the window?

      • thematrix75 says:

        Yo Ho leoNard, how you doing today? What’s going on my man?Great posts of older Marina’s lessons :cool: At the moment I’am not eating anything, but I did just get done eating some chicken, Honey barbecue to be exact! What you B eating? The Beatles has a song called that :lol: Well see you later dude, Peace!

  35. sbman says:

    Dhimmitude
 — What does it mean? Obama used it in the health care bill. 
 And is probably not explaining how muslims will benefit again and the rest of us paying fo rit…..

  36. thematrix75 says:

    Hello everyone, how you all doing? Great lesson Marina!Defenestration, come from other words meaning De=out of latin fenestra = widow,and a couple of Bohemian’s that smelled like manure, that’s the first time I heard of poop saving lives!Divine intervention I highly doubt that, but who knows for sure. In any case, what was up with dating someone who smelled like manure? Your looking very sexy today, and very well dressed! Goodbye you all, and may peace find you! Good luck and have fun in class! P.S. A little joke…
    Ugliest Man In The World

    One day, Hercules,Snow White, and the Quazzimodo(Hunch Back Of Notre Dame)were standing around talking.Hercules spoke up and said, ” I bet I’m the strongest man in the world. ”

    Snow White then looked around and said, ” Well I bet I’m the most beautiful person in the world. ”

    Quazzimodo looks around and quietly said, ” I suppose I’m the ugliest man in the world. ”

    An old man who had been listening in on there conversation said, ” There is a psychic on top of that hill up there, why don’t you each go in there and ask her yourself.”

    The three friends agreed and they hiked to the top of the hill. Hercules went in first and came out a few minutes later and said, ” I was right, I’m the strongest man in the world. ”

    Snow White went in next. She came out a few minutes later and said, ” I was also right, I’m the most beautiful person in the world. ”

    Finally it was Quazzimodo’s turn.He went in and after a few minutes he came out scratching his head: He looks up at his friends and said, ” Who is Dennis Rodman?

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    See you all later! This is Neo sending transmission to you all @ Hot For Words, stand by for more transmissions, at some point in time and space, I’m heading to the forum right now, but please send a response to this post, thank you my friends, and peace is sent to you as well, So enjoy, and bye for now!Over And Out!

    • leoNard says:

      King Louis XI is a wise and old king and Frollo is the Chief Justice. Frollo gazes on the gypsy girl, Esmeralda, in the church during Fool’s Day and sends Quasimodo to catch her. Quasimodo, with the girl, is captured by Phoebus, Captain of the Guards, who frees the girl. The courts sentence Quasimodo to be flogged, and the only one who will give him water while he is tied in the square is Esmeralda. Later, at a party of nobles, Esmeralda again meets both Frollo, who is {bewitched} by her, and Phoebus. When Phoebus is stabbed to death, Esmeralda is accused of the murder, convicted by the court and sentenced to hang. Clopin, King of the Beggars*, Gringoire the Husband of Esmeralda, and Quasimodo, the bellringer, all try different ways to save her from the gallows…

      Who is Dennis Rodman?
      :lol:

      Synaxarion, Synexarion, pl. Synaxaria (Greek: Συναξάριον, from συναγειν, synagein, to bring together; cf. etymology of “synaxis” and “synagogue”)—Latin: Synaxarium, Synexarium—the name given in the Eastern Orthodox, Oriental Orthodox and Eastern Catholic Churches to a compilation of hagiographies corresponding roughly to the martyrology of the Roman Church.

      :cool: peace 4 keeps :grin: Benny Bell – Shaving Cream …very spelling!!!

      • thematrix75 says:

        Hi there Mister leoNard, so how tis it tonight? I loved the story of The Hunchback Of Notre Dame, thank you so much for your reply and posts!What you b up to my man? The Benny Bell watch out for that ssssshhhaving cream :lol: That was a good one!I will see you later, and peace be yours :!: :cool: :smile:

      • Evan Owen says:

        ♪ Old King Cole was a merry old soul
        And a merry old soul was he;
        He called for his pipe, and he called for his bowl,
        And he threw them out the window!
        The window, the window, the second-story window…
        ♫ :razz:

      • thematrix75 says:

        Hello Evan, how are you doing? That was funny and scary at the same time :lol: :evil: Good thing Lyle Lovett can sing! See you later! Peace!

  37. Capman911 says:

    Very good lesson Marina. I have felt like throwing some one out the window a few times, but never got aroundtuit. You looked very nice in your blue and white dress. ;-)

  38. :shock: This is SYNCRO-COSMIC!!! :shock: Just before I came to see this video… of all things… I was doing some “DEFENESTRATION!”… AVG just sent me a computer optimizer program to use for free for 24 hours. I defenestrated many things on my hard drives… got rid of duplicate files and on and on…

  39. leoNard says:

    {H E M P } smells like old cloth too!! :razz: Oh poop…So now the plastic crap smells like heaven…. :-) 30 years to fight a war…how?

  40. Zartles says:

    Doing this presently. I’m deleting the “all programs” folder so that I have room for more Marina pictures. Only good can come of this I’m sure. :cool:

  41. pat says:

    No Homework! :grin:

  42. deluxenn says:

    My Dear Fenestra Teacher, I try to add the prefix “De” to different words and it always gets similar on defenestrate. Probably, I choose the wrong words. :lol:

  43. wetsuit5 says:

    I hope never to be your ex-boyfriend.
    Love the Poindextera glasses.

  44. Your ex-boyfriend smelled like manure? :shock:
    I hope he was a farmer :mrgreen:

    I’ve landed in sh*t and come
    out “smelling like roses” :grin:

  45. deluxenn says:

    The First
    Now I can die

  46. CheVolay says:

    Oh Hello there ;-)

    Don’t mind me I’m just peeking in your fenestra.

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