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广外考研2005英语水平测试及答案

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广外考研英语水平测试及答案广东外语外贸大学年研究生入学考试英语专业水平考试试题ICloze(points,pointforeach)ReadthefollowingpassageandchooseaproperwordfromtheWordListtofillineachoftheblanksinthepassageEachwordcanbeusedonlyonceWritethewordsyouchooseforeachblankonYOURANSWERSHEETinthefollowingway:ExampleIClozepapercontinuously…Now,dotheClozeWORDLISTstayformfictionalthereBegunclassicsnovelwhosepublishedofOnerelatedawayInAfterWhenwithmostdislikeduntilhideaboarddestroyingagainstButthenfinishedwhoRebelliononMostofMarkTwain‘sbooksbubbledouthimlikewateroutofafountainofhisgiftswasthecapacitytotakeasceneandfilliteverysparklingdetailofnatureandofhumanaction,toputineveryspokenwordandaccompanyinggesture,andtoslowlyexaggeratethesuccessivemomentsthewholeepisodereachedaclimaxofjoyous,sidesplittinglaughterhehadtroubleweavinghisincidentsintomeaningfulplotpatternsTheAdventuresofHuckleberryFinn,MarkTwain‘smasterpiece,cameintoslowlyin,immediatelyafterhehaddashedoffTheAdventuresofTomSawyer,hewrotemanuscriptpagesquicklyandstalledindisgusthemeditatedbecauseheadjustsverywellHelistenstoallthethingsItellthedefensemenandallthethingsItelltheforwards―Lemaire‘sdecisiontoshuttleAlbelinisnotpromptedbyadesiretofindthebestpositionforhimRather,itistestimonytoAlbelin‘sversatilityAlbelinwasusedasaleftwingforthefirsttimebyHerbBrooks,themanwhomLemairereplacedafterBrooksresignedthreesummersago,butheplayedonlyahandfulofgamesinthatpositionTheDevilschangedcoachesfrequentlyinAlbelin‘searlyyearswiththeteamAsaresult,AlbelincontemplatedreturninghometoSwedenseveraltimesButhesaidtodayhewasgladheneverdidAlbelincametotheDevilsfromQuebecinandhasbeenasolidplayerYearafteryear,despitecoachingchanges,injuriesandthepresenceofmarqueenameslikeScottStevens,SlavaFetisov,StephaneRicherandClaudeLemeiux,Albelin‘sdedicationandconsummateprofessionalismhavemadehimanintegralpartoftheteam―Myphilosophyhasalwaysbeentoplaywheretheteamneedsme,‖Albelinsaid―Idon‘tquestionthedecisionsbythecoachesAslongasI‘moutthereontheice,Idon‘tcarewhatpositionIplay‖AlbelinhasperformedeffectivelyatwingandondefensedespitethedifferentresponsibilitiesJudgingbythewayAlbelindescribedthem,itisclearhepreferstoplaydefense―Therearealotofadjustmentsyouhavetomakeasaforward,‖Albelinsaid,―Youhavetobealittlemorecreative,domorethingswiththepuckImprovisesomewhat,buttoapointAsadefenseman,youcangetbymostofthetimebygivingthepucktoyourforwardsandsupporttheplay‖Albelinsaidtodaythattheuncertaintyoverwhetherhewillplaydefenseoroffenseonanygivennightwasnotmuchofaconcernintermsofpreparinghimself―Idon‘tmindaslongasIknowbeforethewarmups,‖hesaidTommyAlbelinisdefensemanARedWingsBCanucksCDevilsDBrooksAlbelinhasplayeddefensemanthisseasonAthreetimesBfourtimesCtwotimesDfivetimesCoachLemaireshuttlesAlbelinbecauseheAisversatileBisasolidplayerCisverydedicatedDisdocileTheDevilschangedcoachesfrequentlyAinthelatesBinAlbelin‘syearswiththeteamCasmanyofthemresignedDduringAlbelin‘sstayintheteamAlbelinpreferstoplayAforwardBleftwingCdefenseDoffenseAmongthefollowingtitles,issuitableforthearticleATheDefensemanAlbelininRedWingsBTheBestPlayerinDevilsCTheVersatileAlbelininCanucksDVersatileAlbelinBringsDevilVictoriesTextBTheeffectofanywritingonthepublicmindismathematicallymeasurablebyitsdepthofthoughtHowmuchwaterdoesitdrawIfitawakenyoutothink,ifitliftyoufromyourfeetwiththegreatvoiceofeloquence,thentheeffectistobewide,slow,permanent,overthemindsofmenifthepagesinstructyounot,theywilldielikefliesinthehourThewaytospeakandwritewhatshallnotgooutoffashionis,tospeakandwritesincerelyTheargumentwhichhasnotpowertoreachmyownpractice,Imaywelldoubt,willfailtoreachyoursButtakeSidney‘smaxim:―Lookinthyheart,andwrite‖HethatwritestohimselfwritestoaneternalpublicThatstatementonlyisfittobemadepublic,whichyouhavecomeatinattemptingtosatisfyyourowncuriosityThewriterwhotakeshissubjectfromhisear,andnotfromhisheart,shouldknowthathehaslostasmuchasheseemstohavegained,andwhentheemptybookhasgatheredallitspraise,andhalfthepeoplesay,―Whatpoetry!Whatgenius!‖itstillneedsfueltomakefireThatonlyprofitswhichisprofitableLifealonecanimpartlifeandthoughweshouldburst,wecanonlybevaluedaswemakeourselvesvaluableThereisnoluckinliteraryreputationTheywhomakeupthefinalverdictuponeverybookarenotthepartialandnoisyreadersofthehourwhenitappearsbutacourtasofangels,apublicnottobebribed,nottobeentreated,andnottobeoverawed,decidesuponeveryman‘stitletofameOnlythosebookscomedownwhichdeservetolastGiltedges,vellum,andmorocco,andpresentationcopiestoallthelibraries,willnotpreserveabookincirculationbeyonditsintrinsicdateItmustgowithallWalpole‘sNobleandRoyalAuthorstoitsfateBlackmore,Kotzebue,orPollokmayendureforanight,butMosesandHomerstandforeverTherearenotintheworldatanyonetimemorethanadozenpersonswhoreadandunderstandPlato:neverenoughtopayforaneditionofhisworksyettoeverygenerationthesecomedulydown,forthesakeofthosefewpersons,asifGodbroughttheminhishand―Nobook,‖saidBentley,―waseverwrittendownbyanybutitself‖Thepermanenceofallbooksisfixedbynoeffortfriendlyorhostile,butbytheirownspecificgravity,ortheintrinsicimportanceoftheircontentstotheconstantmindofman―Donottroubleyourselftoomuchaboutthelightonyourstatue,‖saidMichelangelototheyoungsculptor―thelightofthepublicsquarewilltestitsvalue‖InlikemannertheeffectofeveryactionismeasuredbythedepthofthesentimentfromwhichitproceedsThegreatmanknewnotthathewasgreatIttookacenturyortwoforthatfacttoappearWhathedid,hedidbecausehemustitwasthemostnaturalthingintheworld,andgrewoutofthecircumstancesofthemomentButnow,everythinghedid,eventotheliftingofhisfingerortheeatingofbread,lookslarge,allrelated,andiscalledaninstitutionThefollowingstatementsarewrongEXCEPTAOnlythethingthatisprofitableprofitsBIfthepagesdonotinstructyou,theywillnotdielikefliesinthehourCOnlythestatement,whichyouhavecomeatinattemptingtosatisfyyourreader‘scuriosity,isfittobemadepublicDHethatwritesbyhimselfwritestoaneternalpublic―Howmuchwaterdoesitdraw‖meansAHowmuchcontentdoesithaveBHowmuchinfluencedoesitexertCHowmuchvaluedoesithaveDHowimportantisitAwriter‘sfameisdecideduponbyApartialandnoisyreadersBacourtofangelsCanangellikepublicnottobebribedDapublictobebribedAtanytimeintheworldPlato‘sworkarereadandunderstoodbyAlessthanadozenpersonsBmorethanadozenpersonsCmanypeopleDnooneThepermanenceofallbooksisfixedbyAnoeffortBfriendlyeffortChostileeffortDtheirownspecificgravityTextCPsychologistsstudymemoryandlearningwithbothanimalandhumansubjectsThetwoexperimentsreviewedhereshowhowshorttermmemoryhasbeenstudiedHunterstudiedshorttermmemoryinratsHeusedaspecialapparatuswhichhadacagefortheratandthreedoorsTherewasalightineachdoorFirsttheratwasplacedintheclosedcageNextoneofthelightswasturnedonandthenoffTherewasfoodfortheratonlyatthisdoorAfterthelightwasturnedoff,therathadtowaitashorttimebeforeitwasreleasedfromitscageThen,ifitwenttothecorrectdoor,itwasrewardedwiththefoodthatwasthereHuntersdidthisexperimentmanytimesHealwaysturnedonthelightsinarandomorderTherathadtowaitdifferentintervalsbeforeitwasreleasedfromthecageHunterfoundthatiftherathadtowaitmorethantenseconds,itcouldnotrememberthecorrectdoorHunter‘sresultsshowthatratshaveashorttermmemoryofabouttensecondsHenningstudiedhowstudentswhoarelearningEnglishasasecondlanguageremembervocabularyThesubjectsinhisexperimentwerestudentsattheUniversityofCaliforniainLosAngelesTheyrepresentedalllevelsofabilityinEnglish:beginning,intermediate,advanced,andnativespeakingstudentsTobegin,thesubjectslistenedtoarecordingofanativespeakerreadingaparagraphinEnglishFollowingtherecording,thesubjectstookaquestiontesttoseewhichwordstheyrememberedEachquestionhadfourchoicesThesubjectshadtocirclethewordtheyhadheardintherecordingSomeofthequestionshadfourchoicesthatsoundalikeForexample,weather,whether,wither,andwetterarefourwordsthatsoundalikeSomeofthequestionshadfourchoicesthathavethesamemeaningMethod,way,manner,andsystemwouldbefourwordswiththesamemeaningSomeofthemhadfourunrelatedchoicesForinstance,weather,method,love,resultcouldbeusedasfourunrelatedwordsFinallythesubjectstookalanguageproficiencytestHenningfoundthatstudentswithalowerproficiencyinEnglishmademoreoftheirmistakesonwordsthatsoundalikestudentswithahigherproficiencymademoreoftheirmistakesonwordsthathavethesamemeaningHenning‘sresultssuggestthatbeginningstudentsholdthesoundofwordsintheirshorttermmemory,andadvancedstudentsholdthemeaningofwordsintheirshottermmemoryInhunter‘sexperiment,therathadtorememberAwherethefoodwasBhowtoleavethecageChowbigthecagewasDwhichlightwasturnedonHunterfoundthatratsAcanrememberonlywheretheirfoodisBcannotlearntogotothecorrectdoorChavenoshorttermmemoryDhaveashorttermmemoryofonesixthaminuteHenningtestedthestudents‘memoryofAwordscopiedseveraltimesBwordsexplainedCwordsheardDwordsseenHenningconcludedthatbeginningandadvancedstudentsAhavenodifficultyholdingwordsintheirshorttermmemoryBdifferinthewaytheyretainwordsChavemuchdifficultyholdingwordsintheirshorttermmemoryDholdwordsintheirshorttermmemoryinthesamewayThefollowingstatementsarewrongEXCEPTATheratcouldfindthecorrectdoorwhenthelightofthenextdoorwasturnedoffBTheratcouldfindthecorrectdoortogetthefoodwheneveritwasreleasedfromitscageCEachofthethreedoorshadalightthatwasturnedonDTheratcouldrememberwheretofindthefoodifitwaitedforlessthantensecondsTextDAFrenchman,thepsychologistAlfredBinet,publishedthefirststandardizedtestofhumanintelligenceinButitwasanAmerican,LewisTerman,apsychologyprofessoratStanford,whothoughttodivideatesttaker‘s―mentalage‖,asrevealedbythatscore,byhisorherchronologicalagetoderiveanumberthathecalledthe―intelligencequotient‖,orIQItwouldbehardtothinkofapopscientificcoinagethathashadagreaterimpactonthewaypeoplethinkaboutthemselvesandothersNocountryembracedtheIQ–andtheapplicationofIQtestingtorestructuresociety–morethoroughlythantheUSEveryyearmillionsofAmericanshavetheirIQmeasured,manywithadirectdescendantofBinet‘soriginaltest,theStandfordBinet,althoughnotnecessarilyforthepurposeBinetintendedHedevelopedhistestasawayofidentifyingpublicschoolstudentswhoneededextrahelpinlearning,andthatisstilloneofitsleadingusesButthebroaderandmorecontroversialuseofIQtestinghasitsrootsinatheorythofintelligence–partscience,partsociology–thatdevelopedinthelatecentury,beforeBinet‘sworkandentirelyseparatefromitChampionedfirstbyCharlesDarwin‘scousinFrancisGalton,itheldthatintelligencewasthemostvaluablehumanattribute,andthatifpeoplewhohadalotofitcouldbeidentifiedandputinleadershippositions,allofsocietywouldbenefitTermanbelievedIQtestsshouldbeusedtoconductagreatsortingoutofthepopulation,sothatyoungpeoplewouldbeassignedonthebasisoftheirscorestoparticularlevelsintheschoolsystem,whichwouldleadtocorrespondingsocioeconomicdestinationsinadultlifeThebeginningoftheIQtestingmovementoverlappedwiththeeugenicsmovement–hugelypopularinAmericaandEuropeamongthe―bettersort‖beforeHitlergaveitabadname–whichheldthatintelligencewasmostlyinheritedandthatpeopledeficientinitshouldbediscouragedfromreproducingThestatesterilizationthatJusticeOliverWendellHolmesnotoriouslyendorsedinaSupremeCourtdecisionwasdonewithanIQscoreasjustificationTheAmericanIQpromotersscoredagreatcoupduringWorldWarIwhentheypersuadedtheArmytogiveIQteststomillioninducteesItwastheworld‘sfirstmassadministrationofanintelligencetest,andmanyofthestandardizedtestsinusetodaycanbetracedbacktoit:thenowubiquitousandobsessedoverSAT(StudyAbilityTest)theWechler,takenbyseveralmillionpeopleayear,accordingtoitspublisherandTerman‘sownNationalIntelligenceTest,originallyusedintrackingelementaryschoolchildrenAlltheseteststookfromtheArmythebasictechniqueofmeasuringintelligencemainlybyaskingvocabularyquestions(synonyms,antonyms,analogies,readingcomprehension)AccordingtoTerman‘stheory,atwelveyearoldboy‘smentalageis,thenhisIQnumberisaboutABCDIQtestisoriginallyusedtoAfindoutthestudentswhoneedextrahelpinlearningBassignyoungpeopletodifferentmajorsCselecttheacceptablerecruitsforarmyDselecttheleadersforsocietyTheviewpointthatintelligencewasmostlyinheritedandpeopledeficientinintelligenceshouldbediscouragedfromreproducingwasheldbyAAIQtestingmovementBEugenicmovementCCHitlerDDbothIQtestingandEugenicmovementsWhatdoestheauthorprobablymeanby―scoredagreatcoup‖(seePara)AFailedBSucceededCCriticizedDAdvocatedTextEHistoricaldevelopmentsofthepasthalfcenturyandtheinventionofmoderntelecommunicationandtransportationtechnologieshavecreatedaworldeconomyEffectivelytheAmericaneconomyhasdiedandbeenreplacedbyaworldeconomyInthefuture,thereisnosuchthingasbeinganAmericanmanagerEvensomeonewhospendsanentiremanagementcareerinKansasCityisininternationalmanagementHeorshewillcompetewithforeignfirms,buyfromforeignfirms,selltoforeignfilms,oracquirefinancingfromforeignbanksTheglobalizationoftheworld‘scapitalmarketsthathasoccurredinthepastyearswillbereplicatedrightacrosstheeconomyinthenextdecadeAninternationalperspectivehasbecomecentraltomanagementWithoutitmanagersareoperatinginignoranceandcannotunderstandwhatishappeningtothemandtheirfirmsPartlybecauseofglobalizationandpartlybecauseofdemography,theworkforcesofthenextcenturyaregoingtobeverydifferentfromthoseofthelastcenturyMostfirmswillbeemployingmoreforeignnationalsMorelikelythannot,youandyourbosswillnotbeofthesamenationalityDemographyandchangingsocialmoresmeanthatwhitemaleswillbecomeasmallfractionoftheworkforceaswomenandminoritiesgrowinimportanceAllofthesefactorswillrequirechangesinthetraditionalmethodsofmanagingtheworkforceInaddition,theneedtoproducegoodsandservicesatqualitylevelspreviouslythoughtimpossibletoobtaininmassproductionandthespreadinguseofparticipatorymanagementtechniqueswillrequireaworkforcewithmuchhigherlevelsofeducationandskillsProductionworkersmustbeabletodostatisticalqualitycontrolproductionworkersmustbeabletodojustintimeinventoriesManagersareincreasinglyshiftingfroma―don‘tthink,dowhatyouaretold‖toa―think,Iamnotgoingtotellyouwhattodo‖styleofmanagementThisshiftisoccurringnotbecausetoday‘smanagersaremoreenlightenedthanyesterday‘smanagersbutbecausetheevidenceisrapidlymountingthatthesecondstyleofmanagementismoreproductivethanthefirststyleofmanagementButthismeansthatproblemsoftrainingandmotivatingtheworkforcebothbecomemorecentralandrequiredifferentmodesofbehaviourInthewordoftomorrowmanagerscannotbetechnologicallyilliterateregardlessoftheirfunctionaltaskswithinthefirmTheydon‘thavetobescientistsorengineersinventingnewtechnologies,buttheyhavetobemanagerswhounderstandwhentobetandwhennottobetonnewtechnologiesIftheydon‘tunderstandwhatisgoingonandtechnologyeffectivelybecomesablackbox,theywillfailtomakethechangesthatthosewhodounderstandwhatisgoingoninsidetheblackboxmakeTheywillbelosers,notwinnersToday‘sCEOsarethosewhosolvedthecentralproblemsfacingtheircompaniesyearsagoTomorrow‘sCEOswillbethosewhosolvecentralproblemsfacingtheircompaniestodaySloanhopestoproduceagenerationofmanagerswhowillbesolvingtoday‘sandtomorrow‘sproblemsandbecausetheyaresuccessfulindoingsotheywillbecometomorrow‘scaptainsofbusinessTheauthorsuggeststhatamangershouldholdaviewonmanagementAeconomicalBgeographicalCinternationalDfinancialSpeakingoftheproblemsoftrainingandmotivatinglabourers,theauthorimpliesthatAlabourersshouldkeepupwiththerapiddevelopmentofmoderntechnologyBlabourerspaymoreattentiontowagesClabourerswanttoadvancethemselvesDthereisaradicalchangeinmanagementstyleWhichofthefollowingstatementsisNOTtrueAGlobalizationanddemographyleadtothedifferencesbetweentheworkforcesofthelastcenturyandthoseofthenextcenturyBAtpresent,whitemalesmakeuponlyasmallproportionofworkforcesinAmericanfirmsCInthenextcentury,womenandminoritieswillbecomethemajorpartofworkforcesintheUnitedStatesDTheneedtoproducegoodsandservicesatqualitylevelspreviouslywillcallforaworkforcewithmuchhigherlevelsofeducationandskillsBythefirstsentenceofParagraph,theauthormeansthatAmanagersshouldmastermoderntechnologyBmanagersshouldhaveaccesstotechnologicalknowledgeCmanagersshouldfocusonfunctionaltasksDmanagersshouldcooperatewithtechniciansThemaintopicofthispassageisAthenewconceptofmanagementBthegreatshiftofmanagementstylestCthequalitiesofmanagersforthecenturyDthetechniqueofmodernmanagementofmanagersTextFalthoughnotRestrictingtheproblemofThirdWorldcountriestohungeralone–allpeoplewholiveinpovertyarepermanentlystarving–isamanipulationThiswaytheunjustdivisionoftheworldisdisregardedAndsowehearthatoutofsixbillionpeopleintheworld,onlymillionarestarvingTherealityisthattwothirdsoftheearth‘spopulation,orfourbillionpeople,livesinpovertyThegravestmanipulationlimitstheproblemtoprovidingfoodforthestarvingaloneThisreducesamantohisdigestivesystemTofeelbetter,internationalorganizationsinitiateprojectsaimedatprovidingfoodforstarvingpeopleFromtimetotimetheysendsomericeorcornhereandthereTherealproblemisthathungerisconnectedwithterriblelivingconditions,disease,lackofbasiceducation,aggression,lackoffamilytiesorsocialstructures,noprospectsandunproductivenessWhatweseeonTV–massesofpeoplereceivinghelpinaremoteplaceonearth–doesnotshowtherealproblemTheproblemisthatthosewholiveinrefugeecampsweredeprivedoftheirworkplaceandtoolsIhaveseenthatmanytimes,mainlyinthetropics,where,oncethesoilisnotcultivatedforashortwhile,itdiesAndpeopleinthecamps,mainlypeasants,havenocattleortools,notevenaplowAlltheyhavearematsonwhichtheysleepTheywillsurelylivesuchlivesaslongastheyreceiveinternationalhelpWithalittlebitofgoodwillandwithtoday‘stechnology,hungercanbelimitedButhowcanwereducepovertyEducationinThirdWorldcountriesisdyingbecausechildrencannotaffordinexpensivepensInAfricaIhaveoftenmetsuchchildren,whobeggedmeforneitherbread,water,chocolatenortoys,butforapenbecausetheygotoschoolandhavenothingtowritewithSuchsocietiesacceptinnovationsveryreluctantly:ifIhave$andinvest$,IcanriskitbecauseevenIloseit,Iwillstillhave$leftBuifIonlyhave$,investitandloseit,IriskmylifeThisprovesthatitisnotonlytheproblemofcapital,butofalackofgoodwillandinterestThedevelopedworldsurroundsitselfwithasanitarycordonofindifferenceItisputtingupaglobalBerlinWallsinceitseestheThirdWorldasaworldofbarbariansAnynewsfrombehindthatwallisaboutwars,murders,drugs,robberies,disease,refugeesandfamine–aboutthingsthatconstituteadangerforthedevelopednationsIfweacceptthefactthatallpeoplearoundtheworld,despitegeography,history,climateandculture,deservelivesofdignity,thenwehaveamoralobligationtochangethementalityofthepeoplebroughtintothecultureofpovertyNewideasabouthowtogainmoreindependenceandnewvisionsofdevelopmenthavetobebornwithinthiscultureForthisthepeopleneedanewgenerationofintellectualsandpoliticians,similartothosewhograntedthempoliticalindependenceThisdoesnotmean,though,thatthedevelopedworldcanforgetabouttheworldofpovertyandgiveuptryingtohelpTheword―manipulation‖(seeParagraph)mostprobablyreferstoAdistortionBoperationCcontrolDmanagementWhentheauthorsaysthatthisreducesamantohisdigestivesystem(seeParagraph),hemeansAthismakesamansufferfromdigestiveproblemsBotherorgansofamanareofthesameimportanceashisdigestivesystemCthismakesnodifferencebetweenamanandananimalDthisdecreasesthequantityoffoodsupplyforthestarvinganimalAccordingtotheauthor,themainreasonwhypovertyoccursindevelopingcountriesisthatAdevelopingcountriesfailtoreceiveenoughrelieffromdevelopedcountriesBchildrenindevelopingcountriescannotaffordexpensiveeducationCdevelopedcountriesdonothelpdevelopingcountriesinasinceremannerDdevelopingcountriescannotproduceenoughfoodthemselvesItcouldbeinferredfromthelastfourparagraphsthatAThirdWorldcountriesareveryconservativeBThirdWorldcountrieslackeducationfundCdevelopedcountriesarereluctanttotakeariskininvestinginThirdWorldcountriesDdevelopedcountriesareexpectedtogivemorehelptoThirdWorldcountriesInthispassage,theauthorisintendedtoAexposetheessenceofpovertyBlaunchcriticismonthedevelopedcountriesCemphasizetheimportanceofeducationDrevealthepovertynatureandcriticizethedevelopedcountries一:ClozeofOnewithuntilButformBegunthenonInAfterfinishedrelatedWhenpublishedagainsthideclassicsmostfictionalwhosewhonovelawayRebellionaboardtheredestroyedstaydisliked二:Proofreadinganderrorcorrectionworldworld‘sdatum–datathat–whatinformations–informationvolcano–volcanicaround去掉orandthus^toshows–showtheir–itsat–inhad^beenthose–thatadded–addingcolder–cold三:Gapfillingeffectobtainedguaranteecapacityhaveenteredforsticktoinstabilitydirectorsendorsementpensiongrumblesrefreshedsceneryaccordinglyinterval四:ReadingComprehensionCBAACDABCADDDCBDDACDCABBAACDD
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