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最新全套TPO听力文本托福TPOTPO–ListeningPartSectionConversationNarratorListentopartofaconversationbetweenastudentandalibrarianStudentHi,um…,IreallyhopeyoucanhelpmeLibrarianThat‘swhyI‘mhereWhatcanIdoforyouStudentI‘msupposedtodoaliteraturereviewformypsychologycourse,butum…havingahardtimefindingarticlesIdon‘tevenknowwheretostartlookingLibrarianYousaidthisisforyourpsychologycourse,rightSoyourfocusison…StudentDreamInterpretationLibrarianWell,youhaveafocus,sothat‘salreadyagoodstartHmmm…well,there‘reafewthings…ohwait…haveyoucheckedtoseeifyourprofessorputanymaterialforyoutolookatonreserveStudentAha,that‘sonethingIdidknowtodoIjustcopiedanarticle,butIstillneedthreemoreonmytopicfromthreedifferentjournalsLibrarianLet‘sgetyougoingonlookingforthosethenWehaveprintedversionsoftwentypsychologyjournalsintheReferenceSectionThesearetheonespublishedwithinthelastyearThenIthinkaboutit…there‘sajournalnamedSleepandDreamStudentOh,yeah,thearticleIjustcopiedisfromthatjournal,soI‘vegottolookatothersourcesLibrarianOk,actuallon,freezingdiminishesthematingperformanceofmalesAfterthey’vebeenfrozenandthawedofcourse,theydon’tseemquiteasvocalTheymoveslowerandtheyseemtohaveahardertimerecognizingapotentialmateSoifthemalefrogcouldmanagenottogothroughthisfreezingcycle,he’dprobablyhavemoresuccessinmatingTPOListeningScriptVThisscriptispreparedbyhuangxiaohongpkueducnVwillbepostedaroundDecst,CheckforVShouldyoufindanymistakeinthisscript,pleasecontactmehereUpdated:目录ConversationLectureLinguistics(ProtoIndoEuropean)LectureAstronomy(RadioAstronomyOpticalAstronomy)ConversationLectureMarineBiology(PlantLifeinSaltMarshes)LectureArtHistory(CeciliaBeaux)ConversationListentoaconversationbetweenastudentandtheprofessorStudentHi,professorHandersonThatwasareallyinterestinglectureinclasstodayProfessorThanks,TomYeah,animals‘useofdeception,waystheyplaytricksonotheranimals,that‘safascinatingareaOnewearereallyjuststartingtounderstandStudentYeah,youknow,selectiveadaptationsovertimeareonethingOh,like,nonpoisonousbutterflies,thathavecometolooklikepoisonousonesButtheideathatanimalsofthesamespeciesintentionallydeceiveeachother,IhaveneverheardthatbeforeProfessorRight,like,therearemalefrogswholowertheirvoicesandendupsoundingbiggerthantheyreallyareStudentSotheydothattokeepotherfrogsfrominvadingtheirterritoryProfessorRight,biggerfrogshavedeepervoices,soifasmallerfrogcanimitatethatdeepvoiceWellStudentYeah,IcanseehowthatmightdothetrickBut,anyway,whatIwantedtoaskwas,whenyoustartedtalkingaboutgametheoryWell,Iknowalittlebitaboutit,butIamnotclearaboutitsuseinbiologyProfessorYeah,itisfairlynewtobiologyBasically,itusesmathtopredictwhatanindividualwoulddoundercertaincircumstancesButforexample,abuisnesssells,ohcomputer,say,andtheywanttoselltheircomputerstoabiguniversityButthereisanothercompanybiddingtooSo,whatshouldtheydoStudentWell,trytoofferthelowestpricesotheycancompete,butstillmakemoneyProfessorRight,theyarecompeting,likeagame,likethefrogsThereareriskswithpricingtoohigh,theothercompanymightgetthesale,thereisalsothenumberandtypesofcomputerstoconsiderEachcompanyhastofindabalancebetweenthecostandbenefitsWell,gametheorycreatesmathematicalmodelsthatanalyzedifferentconditionslikethistopredictoutcomesStudentOk,IgetthatButhowdoesitapplytoanimalsProfessorWell,youknow,ifyouareinterestedinthistopic,itwouldbeperfectforyourtermpaperStudentTheliteraturereviewProfessorYeah,findthreejournalarticlesaboutthisoranothertopicthatinterestsyouanddiscussthemIfthereisaconfictintheconclusionsorsomething,thatwouldbeimportanttodiscussStudentWell,fromwhatIhavelookedatdealingwithgametheory,Ican‘tsayIunderstandmuchofthestatisticsendProfessorWell,Icanpointyoutosomethatpresentsfairlybasicstudies,thatdon‘tassumemuchbackgroundknowledgeYou‘lljustneedtoanswerafewspecificquestions:Whatwastheresearchers‘hypothesisWhatdidtheywanttofindoutAndhowdidtheyconducttheirresearchAnthentheconclusionstheycametoLearningtointerpretthesestatisticswillcomelaterLectureLinguistics(ProtoIndoEuropean)NarratorListentopartofalectureinalinguisticsclassProfessorAllright,sofarwehavebeenlookingatsomeofthecoreareasoflinguistics,likesyntax,phonology,semantics,andthesearethingsthatwecanstudybylookingatonelanguageatatime,howsounds,andwords,andsentencesworkinagivenlanguageButthebranchofhistoricallinguistics,involvesthecomparisonofseveraldifferentlanguages,orthecomparisonofdifferentstagesofasinglelanguageNow,ifyouarecomparingdifferentlanguages,andyounoticethattheyhavealotincommonMaybetheyhavesimilarsoundsandwordsthatcorrespondtooneanotherthathavethesamemeaningandthatsoundsimilarLet‘susearealworldexampleInthethcentury,scholarswhohavestudiedtheancientlanguages,Sanskrit,LatinandGreek,noticedthatthesethreelanguageshadmanysimilaritiesAndtheremightbeseveralreasonswhylanguagessuchasthesehadsomuchincommonMaybeithappenedbychance,maybeonelanguagewasheavilyinfluencedbyborrowedwordsfromtheotherOrmaybe,maybethelanguagesdevelopedfromthesamesourcelanguagelongago,thatis,maybetheyaregeneticallyrelated,thatwaswhathappenedwithSanskrit,LatinandGreekTheselanguageshadsomanysimilaritiesthatitwasconcludedthattheymusthaveallcomefromthesamesourceAndtalkaboutimportantdiscoveriesinlinguistics,thiswascertainlyoneofthemThescholarsreferredtothatsourcelanguageasProtoIndoEuropean,ProtoIndoEuropeanisareconstructedlanguageMeaning,itiswhatlinguistsconcludedaparentlanguageofSanskrit,LatinandGreekwouldhavetobelikeAndProtoIndoEuropeanbranchedoutintootherlanguages,whichevolvedintoothers,sointheend,manylanguagesspokenallovertheworldtodaycantracetheirancestrybacktoonelanguage,ProtoIndoEuropean,whichwasspokenseveralthousandyearsagoNow,onewayofrepresentingtheevolutionoflanguages,showingthewaylanguagesarerelatedtoeachother,iswiththefamilytreemodelLikeafamilytreethatyoumightusetotracebackthroughgenerationsofancestors,onlyit‘sshowingafamilyofgeneticallrelatedlanguagesinsteadofpeopleAtreemodelforalanguagefamilystartswithonelanguage,whichwecallamotherlanguage,forexample,ProtoIndoEuropeanThemotherlanguage,isthelineonthetopofthisdiagram,overtime,itbranchesoffintonewdaughterlanguages,whichbranchintodaughterlanguagesoftheirown,andlanguagesthathavethesamesource,thesamemother,arecalledsisters,theysharealotofcharacteristics,andthiswentonuntilwearelookingatabigupsidedowntreelanguageslikethisItisincompleteofcourse,justtogiveyouanideaSothat‘sthefamilytreemodel,basicallyNow,thetreemodelisaconvenientwayofrepresentingthedevelopmentofalanguagefamilyandofshowinghowcloselyrelatedtwoofmorelanguagesareButitisobviouslyverysimplified,havingawholelanguagerepresentedbyjustonebranchonatreedoesn‘treallydojusticetoallthevariationswithinthatlanguageYouknow,SpanishthatspokeninSpainisn‘texactlythesameasSpanishthatisspokeninMexico,forexampleAnotherissueisthatlanguagesevolveverygradually,butthetreemodelmakesitlookliketheyevolveovernight,liketherewasadistinctmomentintimewhenamotherlanguageclearlybrokeoffintodaughterlanguagesButitseemstomeitprobablywasn‘tquitelikethatLectureAstronomy(RadioAstronomyOpticalAstronomy)NarratorListentopartofalectureinanastronomyclassProfessorSohowmanyofyouhaveseentheMilkyWay,theMilkyGalaxyintheskyYou,youhaveStudentYeah,Iwascamping,andtherewasnomoonthatnight,itwassuperdarkProfessorAnybodyelseNottoomanyIsn‘tthatstrangethattheMilkyWayisthegalaxythattheplanetearthisin,andmostofushaveneverseenitNow,what‘stheproblemhereStudentLightpollution,rightFromstreetlightsandstuffProfessorYes,Especiallyunshieldedstreetlight,youknow,onesthataren‘tpointeddownwardNow,here‘sanirony,thebuidingweareinnow,theastronomybuildingnotfarfromourobservatory,hasunshieldedlightsStudentSotheproblemisprettywidespreadProfessorItisbasicallybeyondcontrol,asfarasexpectingtoviewthenightskyanywherenearcity,ImeanIhavelivedaroundheremywholelifeAndIhaveneverseentheMilkyWaywithincitylimits,andIprobablyneverwillThereisapriceforprogress,ehButlet‘sthinkbeyondlightpullution,that‘sonlyonekindofatechnologicaladvancethathasinterferedwithastronomicalresearchCananyonethinkofanotherNoOk,let‘slookatitthisway,wedon‘tonlygaininformationbylookingatthestars,forthepastyearsorso,wehavealsousedradioastronomy,whichletsusstudyradiowavesfromtheskyStudentHowcanyouobserveradiowavesImean,tellanythingaboutthestarsfromthatProfessorWell,inopticalastronomy,usingatelescopeandobservingthestarsthatway,werelyonvisiblelightwavesWhatweareseeingfromearthisactuallyelectromagneticradiationthat‘scomingfromstarsAndjustonepartofitisvisiblelightButthereareproblemswiththatWhenphotonsandlightwaveshitobjectsinouratmosphere,waterdroplets,oxygenandnitrogenmolecules,dustparticlesandsoonTheseobjectsareilluminated,theyarelitup,andthosethingsarealsobeinglitbyallourstreetlights,bythemoon,alltheseambientlightAndontopofthat,whenthatvisibleradiationbouncesoffthosemolecules,itscattersinalldirectionsAndwell,lightfromstars,evennearbyinourowngalaxy,doesn‘tstandachanceagainstthatBasicallythelightbouncingoffalltheseobjectsclosetoearthisbrighterthanwhat‘scomingfromthestarsNow,radiowavesareelectromagneticradiationthatwecan‘tseeNearlyallastronomicalobjectsinspaceemitradiowaves,whethernearbystars,objectsinfarawaygalaxies,theyallgiveoffradiowavesAndunlikevisiblelightwaves,theseradiowavescangetthroughthevariousgasesanddustsinspace,andthroughourownearth‘satmospherecomparativelyeasilyStudentOk,thenwemightaswellgiveuponopticalastronomyandgowithradioastronomyProfessorWell,thethingis,withtheradioastronomy,youcan‘tjustsetupatelescopeinyoubackyardandobservestarsOneproblemisthatradiowavesfromthesefarawayobjects,eventhoughtheycangetthrough,areextremelyfaintSoweneedtouseradiotelescopes,speciallydesignedtoreceivethesewavesandthen,well,wecanusecomputerstocreatepicturesbasedontheinformationwereceiveStudentThatsoundscoolSo,howdotheydothatProfessorWell,itiskindoflikethesamewayasatellitedishreceivesitssignal,ifyouarefamiliarwiththatButradiotelescopesaresometimesgroupedtogether,isthesameeffectashavingonebigtelescopetoincreaseradiowavegatheringpowerAndtheyuseelectronics,quitesophisticatedYeah,itisneathowtheydoit,butfornowwhydon‘twejuststickwithwhatwecanlearnfromitSomeveryimportantdiscoverieshavebeenmadebythistechnology,especiallyyouconsiderthatsomeobjectsinspacegiveoffradiowavesbutdon‘temitanylightWehavetroublediscoveringthosesortsofbodies,muchlessstudyingthemusingjustopticaltelescopesStudentWell,Iftheradiowavesaresogoodatgettingthroughttheuniverse,what‘stheproblemProfessorWell,answerthisHowcomepeoplehavetoturnofftheircellphonesandallourelectronicdeviceswhenanairplaneisabouttotakeoffStudentThephonesinterferewiththeradiocommunicationattheairport,rightStudentOh,soourradiowaveshereonearthinterferewiththewavesfromspaceProfessorYes,signalfromradios,cellphones,TVstations,remotecontrols,younameitAllthesethingscauseinterferenceWedon‘tthinkaboutthatasoftenaswethinkaboutlightpollutionButallthoseelectricalgaugespollutetheskies,justinadifferenwayConversationNarratorListentoaconversationbetweenastudentandthedirectorofthestudentcafeteriaStudentHi,IIamsorrytointerrupt,couldIaskyouafewquestionsDirectorSure,butifitisaboutyoumealplan,you‘llneedtogotoRoom,justdownthehallStudentEh,no,IamOKwithmymealplanIamactuallyhereaboutthefoodinthestudentcafeteriaDirectorOh,wedofeedalotofstudents,sowecan‘talwayshonorindividualrequestsIamsureyouunderstandStudentOfcourseItisjustthatIamalittleconcerned,Imean,alotofusare,thatalotofthefoodyouserveisn‘treallythathealthyLiketherearesomanydeepfriedfoodsDirectorAsamatteroffact,werecentlychangedthetypeofoilweuseinourfryerItisthehealthiestavailableAndwouldyoubelievethatatleasttenstudentshavealreadycomplaintthattheirfrenchfriesandfriedchickendon‘ttasteasgoodsinceweswitchedStudentOh,ItrynottoeattoomanyfriedfoodsanywayIamjustawarethat,ehYousee,IusedtoworkinanaturalfoodstoreTheyhadalltheseliteratureadvisingpeopletoeatfreshorganicgrowingfoodWorkingtherereallyopenmyeyesDirectorDidyoucometotheorganicfoodfestivalwehadtocelebrateEarthDayStudentOh,sorry,ImusthavemissedthatDirectorWeservedonlycertifiedorganicfood,mostofwhichwasfromlocalfarmsItisnotsomethingwecanaffordtodoonadailybasis,andtherearen‘ttoomanyorganicfarmsaroundhereButsometimetheproduceweofferisorganicallygrownItdependsontheseasonandthepricesofcourseStudentThat‘sgoodtoknowIlikethefactthatorganicfarmsdon‘tusechemicalpesticidesoranythingthatcanpollutethesoilorthewaterDirectorIdotooButletmeaskyouthisIsitbettertobuylocallygrownproducethatisnotcertifiedasorganicorisitbettertogetorganicallygrownfruitsandvegetablesthatmustbetruckedinfromCalifornia,threethousandmileawayWhataboutfossilefuelsburnedbythetrucks‘enginePlustheexpenseofshippingfoodacrosslongdistancesAndnutritionallyspeaking,anappleisanapplehoweveritisgrownStudentIseeyourpointItisnotsoclearcutDirectorWhydon‘tyouvisitourcafeteria‘swebsiteWelistallourfoodsuppliersYouknow,wherewebuythefoodthatweserveAndthesitealsosuggestswaystomakeyouroveralldietahealthyoneYoucanalsofindsomechartslistingfatandcaloriecontentfordifferenttypesofseafood,meatandtheothermajorfoodgroupsStudentIdidn‘trealizeyouthoughtaboutallthesethingssocarefully,IjustnoticedthehighcaloriefoodinthecafeteriaDirectorWell,wehavetogivechoicessoeveryoneissatisfiedButifyouwishtopursuethisfurther,IsuggestthatyoutalktomybossStudentThat‘sOK,seemslikeyouaredoingwhatyoucanLectureMarineBiology(PlantLifeinSaltMarshes)NarratorListentopartofalectureinamarinebiologyclassProfessorOk,todaywearegoingtocontinueourdiscussionofplantlifeincoastalsaltmarshesofNorthAmericaSaltmarshesareamongtheleastinvitingenvironmentsforplantsThewaterissalty,thereislittleshadeandtheoceantidecomesinandout,constantlyfloodingthemarsh,sothevarietyofplantsfoundinsaltmarshesislimited,butthereisaplantgenusthatthrivesthere,theSpartinaInfact,theSpartinagenusisthedominantplantfoundinsaltmarshesYoucanfindonetypeoftheSpartina,SaltmarshCordgrass,growinginlowmarshareasInhighermarshareas,youarelikelytofindaSpartinacommonlycalledSaltmeadowHaySohowistheSpartinaabletosurviveinanenvrionmentthatwouldkillmostplantswell,itisbecausesaltmarshgrasseshavefoundwaystoadapttotheconditionsthereFirstofall,theyareabletowithstandhighlysalineconditionsOnereallyinterestingadaptationistheabilitytoreversetheprocessofosmosisTypically,theprocessofosmosisworksWell,whenwatermovesthroughthewallofaplantcell,itwillmovefromthesidecontainingwaterwiththelowestamountofsaltintothesidecontainingthehighestamountofsaltsoimaginewhatwouldhappenifatypicalplantsuddenlyfounditselfinsaltwater,thewatercontainedintheplantcells,thatiswaterwithverylittlesaltwouldbedrawnouttowardtheseawater,waterwithalotofsaltSoyoucanseethefreshwatercontainedintheplantwillberemovedandtheplantwillquicklyloseallitswateranddehydrateButwhatabouttheSpartinas,well,theyallowacertainamountofsalttoentertheircells,bringingthesaltcontentofthewaterwithintheplant,toaslightlyhigherconcentrationthanthatofthesurroundingseawaterSoinsteadoffreshwatermovingoutoftheplantcells,saltfromtheseawaterenters,reverseosmosis,andthisactuallystrengthensthecellsAnotheradaptationtothesaltyenvironmentistheabilitytoexcreteexcesssaltbacktotheenvironmentThat‘swhyyoumightseeaSpartinashimmeringinthesunlightWhat‘sreflectingthelightisnotsaltfromseawaterthathasevaporated,althoughthat‘sagoodguessButitisactuallythesaltthatcamefromwithintheplantPrettycool,ehYoucanreallyimpressyourfriendsandfamilywiththatlittlethenexttimeyouareinasaltmarshButcopingwithsaltisnottheonlychallengeforplantsinthesaltmarshSoilthereisdenseandverylowinoxygen,soSpartinashaveairtubes,airentersthroughtinyopeningsontheleaves,thetubesprovidedirectpipelineforoxygen,carryingitdowntheleavesthroughthestemsandintotheroots,whereitisneededIfyoupullupaSpartina,youmightevennoticesomereddishmudonsomeoftheroots,thisiscausedbyoxygenreactingwithironsulfideinthesoil,anditproducesironoxideorrustNow,althoughtheSpartinashaveadaptedseveralchemicalandphysicalmechanismsthatallowthemtothriveinsaltwaterandtofeedoxygentotheirrootsThereisyetanotheraspectoftheharshenvironmentthattheyhavetoadaptto,theforceoftidesandoccasionalviolentstormsWindandwaterareconstantlycrashingintotheseplantsSoasyoumighthaveguessed,theyhavedevelopedameansofsolidlyanchoringthemselvesintothesoilHowTheyhavetoughsortofundergroundstemscalledrhizome,rhizomesfromoneplantgrowthroughthemuddysoilandinterlockwiththoseofothernearbyplants,theplantsformakindofcolony,acommunitythatwillthriveandperishtogetherBecausealoneassingleplants,theycannotsurviveOfcoursetheplantsinthesecoloniesalsoneedtoughresilientstemsabovethesoil,stemsthatcanbentalotbutnotbreakaswaterconstantlycrashesintothemSoinaddtiontotheinterlockingundergroundrhizomes,theyhaveyetanotheradaptation,anditiswell,wearebacktoreverseosmosisagain,byadjustingtheosmoticpressuresothatthecellsarealwaysfullyinflated,theplantisabletowithstandgreatpressurebeforsnapping,soSpartinasmaylooklikesimplemarshgrass,buttheyarereallyawonderofchemistry,physicsandstructuralengineeringthatallowsthemtosurviveandeventhriveinanevironmentinwhichmostplantswillwiltanddiewithinhoursRecommendedReading:SaltMarshLifeLifeinNewHampshireSaltMarshesDynamicsoftheSaltMarshLectureArtHistory(CeciliaBeaux)NarratorListentopartofadiscussioninanarthistoryclassProfessorAllright,let‘scontinueourdiscussionofportraitartists(portraitist)andportraitureWhoremembersanyoftheimportantpointswemadelasttimeSandraStudentWell,artistshavedoneportraitsofpeopleforcenturies,offamouspeopleandregularpeople,andmostportraitsconveytheartists‘personalvision,liketheirfeelingsandinsightsaboutapersonProfessorGreat,that‘sacrucialpoint,andI‘dliketoexplorethatalittletodayAgreatexampleofthat,thatvisioninportraiture,isCeciliaBeauxCeciliaBeauxwasbornin,andafterlearningtopaintandstudyingwithseveralimportantartistsofthetime,BeauxbecameknownasoneofthebestportraitpaintersintheUnitedStatesShewasverysuccessfulSheevenhadportraitsofthewifeandchildrenofTheodoreRoosevelt,whilehewaspresidentSomedidnotgetmuchmoreprestigethanthatNow,thoseportraitsalsoreflectthekindofsubjectsthatBeauxtendedtouse,whichweremostlywomenandchildrenForexample,inherfirstmajorwork,hersubjectswere,thepaintingfeaturedhersisterandhernephewYes,MarkStudentYeah,itjustseemsinterestingIwaswonderingifthatwasunusualtohaveaportraitartistwhoisawomanbecomesowellknownandsuccessfulinthethcenturyProfessorGreatquestionYeah,shereallystoodoutbackinthesAndtoday,sheisstillconsideredoneofthegreatestportraitpaintersofhertime,maleorfemaleInfact,shewasthefirstfulltimefemaleinstructoratthePennsylvaniaAcademyoftheFineArts,andshewasafullmemberoftheNationalAcademyofDesignTheseareprettyimportantinstitutions,so,yeah,shedefinitelymadeheadwayforwomenartistsOk,solet‘slookatoneofherportraitsnow,thispaintingiscalledTheDreamerItisoneofmyfavoritesAndIthinkitisespeciallycharacteristicofBeaux‘sworkSowhatyouseehereisaportraitofaclosefriendofCeciliaBeauxSotellmewhat‘sthefirstthingthatdrawsyoutothispaintingWhatcatchesyoureyefirstStudentWell,forme,itisherfaceandhands,Ithinktheyarereallyexpressive,andalso,theymakethewomanseemverycomtemplative,seemslikesheisthinkingprettyseriouslyaboutsomethingStudentYeah,hereyeskindofdrawyouinButwhatstrikesmeisthecontrastingcolors,thewhitedressandthedarkbackgroundItkindofremindsmeofthatpaintingwediscussedafewweeksago,byehJohnSingerSargentIthinkitwascalledMadameXProfessorIagree,goodpointYes,BeauxhadhighregardforSargent‘sworkAndthisissomething,atechniqueyouwillfindinbothoftheirworkOk,butthepaintingiscalledTheDreamerWhatdoyouseeisdreamlikeaboutitStudentWell,thebackgroundbehindthewomanisprettyvagueLike,maybethereisnorealcontext,likenodefinitesurroundings,expeciallycomparedtothewomanherself,sincesheissoclearandwelldefinedProfessorYes,theunclearbackgrounddefinitelycontributestothatdreaminessItismeanttoshowasenseofisolationIthinkWiththewomanisdeepinadaydreamandnotreallyawareofanythingealeThispaintingshowshowinsightfulCeciliaBeauxwasasaportraitartistBesidesherexcellenttechnicalskills,likeheruseofbrushstrokesandcolortomakeanimpression,bothrespectivescomethroughHerportraitsrevealherowninterpretationofhersubject‘sstateofmindThisiswhatitisallabout,notjustlikenessesNow,theundefinedbackgroundalsoshowshowCeciliaBeauxwasinfluencedbytheFrenchImpressionists,whobelieved,likeBeaux,inapersonalratherthanconventionalapproachtotheirsubjectmatterBeauxusedsomeimpressionisttechniquesandsharemuchoftheirphylosophy,butherstyle,itwasallherow
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