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上海市曙光医院做隆鼻手术价格上海医学院附属医院做去疤手术价格Eastern Jin东晋After the collapse of the Western Jin Dynasty (265—316), the Han government retreated to the east of the Yangtze River.西晋(265——316)灭亡后,汉室撤退到了扬子江的东边。In 317, Sima Rui, a member of the Jin royal family stationed in Jiankang (present city of Nanjing in Jiangsu Province), re-established Jin supremacy, through what has become known as the Eastern Jin Dynasty (317—420).317年,晋王室的一员——司马睿在建康(今天的江苏省南京)称帝,重建了晋政权,也就是我们所知道的东晋王朝(317——420)。The Eastern Jin Dynasty had lasted for 103 years with eleven emperors over fourteen generations until it was substituted by the Song Dynasty founded in 420.东晋持续了103年,期间共有超过14代的11位皇帝,420年它被宋朝所灭。 /201510/398403黄浦区去雀斑多少钱 The Mid-Autumn Festival中秋节On the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar, the moon is round and the Chinese people mark their Moon (or Mid-autumn) Festival.每年农历八月十五日,圆月当空,是中国传统的中秋佳节。The round shape to a Chinese means family reunion.“圆”对于中国人来说意味着团圆。Therefore the Moon Festival is a holiday for members of a family to get together wherever it is possible.因此,中秋节也是一个合家团圆的节曰。On that day sons and daughters will bring their family members back to their parents’ house for a reunion.这一天,子女会回到父母身边。Sometimes people who have aly settled overseas will come back to visit their parents on that day.甚至远在他乡的游子,也会不远万里回到故乡看望自己的亲人。As every Chinese holiday is accompanied by some sort of special food, on the Moon Festival, people eat moon cakes, a kind of cookie with fillings of sugar, fat, sesame, walnut, the yoke of preserved eggs, ham or other material.中秋节的传统食品是月饼(一种以糖、油、芝麻、核桃仁、咸蛋黄、 火腿等为馅料的糕点)。In Chinese fairy tales, there live on the moon the fairy Chang E, a wood cutter named Wu Gang and a jade rabbit which is Chang E’s pet.在中国神话故事中,月宫中住着嫦娥、玉兔以及砍树人吴刚。In the old days, people paid respect to the fairy Chang E and her pet the jade rabbit.古时候的中秋节,人们会在月下摆设香案,向善良的嫦娥祈求吉祥平安。The custom of paying homage to the fairy and rabbit is gone, but the moon cakes are showing improvement every year.现如今,向嫦娥、玉兔致意的习俗已经淡漠了,但是每年的月饼都在改进。There are hundreds of varieties of moon cakes on sale a month before the arrival of the Moon Festival this year.在距离中秋节还有一个月时,各种各样的月饼就开始销售了。Some moon cakes are of very high quality and very delicious.不乏一些美味可口的高质量月饼。An overseas tourist is advised not to miss it if he or she happens to be in China during the Moon Festival.中秋节期间来中国的海外宾朋可千万不要错过品尝。 /201509/395337We associate items with cultures or eras because it helps our brains categorize information. We hear the word ;pyramid,; and we instantly associate it with ancient Egypt, despite the numerous non-Egyptian pyramids in the world. Many of these associations are incorrect. Some things we strongly associate with the modern world are actually quite older.我们常常将身边的事物与本族的文化或者我们现在所处的年代联系到一起,因为这样的联系可以帮助我们的大脑将接收到的信息分门别类。比如,当我们听到;金字塔;这个词时,尽管世界上大多数金字塔并不属于埃及,我们的大脑也会下意识地将金字塔与古埃及联系起来。由此可见,很多类似于这样的联系是不准确的。像是那些我们认为和现代生活密不可分的事物,其实在很早以前就存在了。10.Rap Battles10.说唱对决Rappers in early 1980s New York might get most of the credit for this type of lyrical performance, but the practice is actually much older and comes from Scotland. It is called flyting and it was practiced by makaris (Scottish poets) during the 15th and 16th centuries. In this contest, two poets would engage in an exchange of verbal abuse, oftentimes in verse, and the winner was usually decided by the audience. The winner would then enjoy a large cup of mead or beer and more often than not would invite the loser to drink as well.大部分人认为说唱这种特殊的词汇表演技巧起源于那些在19世纪80年代早期出现的纽约说唱家(Rappers)。但事实上,早在这段时间以前,苏格兰就已经有了这样的词汇表演技巧。他们将这个词汇比赛似的表演叫做flyting。Flyting最早出现在15世纪和16世纪,是由一个叫做马卡瑞斯的苏格兰诗人发明的。比赛规则为:两名参赛的诗人在比赛过程中对骂,然后由观众们来决定最终的获胜者。获胜者在比赛结束后会豪饮一杯蜂蜜酒或者啤酒以示庆祝,但是他们不会邀请战败者来共同庆祝。At one point, flyting was so popular in Scotland that the obscenities and vulgarities were overlooked, though they were otherwise not permitted in public. Flytes would usually take place in large rooms like feasting halls, but the most skilled poets would engage in flyting at the royal courts. King James IV was known to be a big fan of flyting, as well as James V.Unfortunately, not many flytes from those times have survived. The most memorable one took place at the aforementioned court of James IV. It is known as ;The Flyting of Dunbar and Kennedy; and took place between Walter Kennedy and William Dunbar.那个时期的Flyting在苏格兰十分受欢迎,因为在比赛时可以尽情使用那些在公共场合不允许使用的粗俗和下流的词语。比赛通常会在宴会大厅里举行,不过那些知识最渊的诗人的比赛通常会在宫廷内举行。詹姆斯四世与詹姆斯五世都十分热衷于这项比赛。遗憾的是,这项比赛并没有流传到现在。最盛大的一场比赛是在詹姆四世的宫廷里举行的。这场比赛被称为;肯尼迪与邓巴的争论;,参赛者就是著名诗人沃特肯尼迪和威廉·邓巴。9.Dentures9.假牙Dentures#39; long history is not particularly surprising. George Washington, for example, was a famous wearer of dentures (although none of his were made of wood, despite the myth). However, dentures go back much further than that. To the time of the Etruscan civilization, in fact, located in modern Italy between the eighth and fourth centuries B.C.假牙拥有悠久的历史这件事应该在人们意料之中。乔治·华盛顿就是一个著名的假牙佩戴者(大家都说他的假牙是木头做的,尽管事实并不是这样)。但事实上假牙的出现要追溯到公元前8世纪到公元前4世纪的伊特鲁里亚(现为意大利)文明时期。A lot of evidence suggests that the Etruscans were the first to create false teeth as early as 700 B.C. Ancient skulls have been discovered with gold bands inside them, and in Marzabotto, a skull was found with an artificial tooth still attached using gold wire. Apart from dentures, individual crowns have also been discovered, made for molars and canines.Their dentistry skills were surprisingly advanced, and the dentures they made were quite similar to those still in use centuries later, even in the time of the aforementioned Washington. They were made using either animal or human teeth, which were fixed onto a gold band with metal pins and then secured in place inside the mouth.许多据表明伊特鲁里亚人早在公元前700年就发明了假牙。远古时期的人类头骨化石里就有金子做的类似于绑带一样的用来固定假牙的东西,并且在玛扎多发现的人类头骨里也有用金线固定的人造牙齿。除了假牙以外,人们还发现了一顶用臼齿和犬齿制作的王冠。他们的牙科学的先进程度令人咋舌,并且他们制造的假牙与几个世纪之后所使用的假牙别无二致,包括前面提到的华盛顿的假牙也是一样。这些假牙的制作材料不是人牙就是兽牙,然后这些假牙再被用金子做的绑带和金属的小钉子固定在人们的口腔内。8.Newspapers8.报纸For a publication to classify as a newspaper, it must publish up-to-date information covering a range of topics at regular intervals and be reasonably accessible to the public. Some would say that a newspaper also has to be printed, which means that they couldn#39;t have existed prior to the printing press. However, if we overlook that small detail, then newspapers go back a lot farther. Ancient Rome and China both had handwritten news sheets presented to the public on a regular basis detailing current events and other important happenings.如果有一种出版物被称作报纸,那么它在出版时不仅要刊登那些最新的并且涵盖了日常生活各个方面的消息,还要与公众有某种程度的联系。谈到报纸出现的时间,有人会说报纸毕竟也是被印刷出来的,意思就是说报纸的出现必然要晚于印刷术的出现。然而,如果我们忽略掉这个小细节,那么我们就会知道报纸出现的时间实际上比印刷术出现的时间更早一些。古时候的罗马和中国都有每天在特定的时间发表的手写的报纸,并且报道的内容通常都是一些琐事或者其他一些重要的大事。In Rome, it was known as Acta Diurna and is considered to be the first daily gazette, even if it wasn#39;t even written on paper (it was carved in stone or metal). At first, it only covered legal proceedings and the results of trials. As its popularity grew, it expanded to also include politics, military campaigns, births, deaths, and executions.In China, the earliest forms of newspapers were known as tipao (also Di Bao). They were imperial bulletins published during the Tang Dynasty. During the Kaiyuan era, they were replaced with Kaiyuan Za Bao, an official publication handwritten on silk and distributed mostly to imperial officials.在罗马,一个名叫;罗马公报;的报纸被看作当时的第一份日报,尽管报纸的内容并不是书写在纸上的(是被镌刻在石头或金属上的)。一开始,罗马公报的内容仅仅包括法律审判的过程和案件审判的结果。但当它渐渐开始变得受欢迎后,内容便逐渐扩充到了时政、军事、人们的出生与死亡以及官方执行的日常任务。在中国,我们知道的最早的报纸是邸报。唐朝时期,邸报相当于是皇家公告。然后在开元年间,邸报被开元早报所取代。开元早报是手写在丝绸上的官方出版物,大部分被分发给臣子。7.Toothbrushes7.牙刷Early dental techniques were of course a lot more primitive. In fact, the first ;toothbrushes; were nothing but sticks with frayed ends that were rubbed against the teeth. While these weren#39;t particularly efficient, they at least gave the user refreshing breath. Such ;chew sticks; were found in ancient China, Egypt, and even Babylonia, dating back to 3,000 B.C.古代的牙科在技术上比起现在自然是粗糙了不少。事实上,世界上第一把牙刷仅仅就是一根木棍,并且这根木棍的某一端可以用来擦牙齿。尽管这样的牙刷并不是特别有效,但至少也给予了刷牙者一个清新的口腔。这种像;磨牙棒;一样的东西在公元前3000年的中国、埃及以及巴比伦就出现了。Something similar to a modern toothbrush didn#39;t appear until the 15th century in China. It was made out of bone or bamboo and had natural bristles made out of the hairs of a hog#39;s neck. Also around that time, China started trading with Europe, so the design was brought there before long. However, Europeans found the hog hairs too rigid and preferred to replace them with softer horse hairs. While the design of the toothbrush would be updated from time to time, it really didn#39;t turn into the modern brush we know today until the beginning of the 20th century, when Wallace Carothers invented nylon for DuPont. Up until that point animal hairs kept being used for the bristles.一直到了15世纪,中国人才发明出了与现代的牙刷相似的牙刷。这样的牙刷是由骨或者竹子以及猪脖子上的鬃毛做成的。同样是在这个时期,中国与欧洲开始进行贸易活动,因此在这样的牙刷在被发明后不久就流传到了欧洲。但是欧洲人认为猪的鬃毛太硬了,所以他们用较柔软的马毛代替了猪的鬃毛。尽管牙刷的设计在这之后也不断地更新,我们今天使用的牙刷也是到了20世纪初期才逐渐成形的。当时华莱士-卡罗瑟斯为杜邦公司发明了尼龙材料,而在这之前牙刷的刷毛都是由动物的毛做成的。6.Welfare6.社会福利Ancient Rome had quite a few programs in place to provide its citizens with subsidized food. At first, this was not an obligation yet was still quite common when either the government or wealthy individuals wanted to gain favor with the public. They would make donations of corn to the people, known as frumentatio. In 123 B.C., however, a tribune by the name of Gaius Gracchus introduced Lex Frumentaria. Through this law, each citizen of Rome was entitled to an amount of wheat each month available at a reasonable price (somewhere around half the market price). This was only available to fathers of families but was not restricted only to poor Romans.古罗马在很早以前就有许多为市民提供补贴食物的活动。最开始,这并不是一项政府或者某一个有钱人想要从公众身上得到好处的普遍的义务。他们直接将粮食送给公众,这样的行为被称作frumentatio。在公元前123年,一个叫做盖约·格拉古的民权保护者出台了新粮食分配政策。通过这项条例,罗马的每个公民每个月都可以得到以公道的价钱(一般都是市场价的一半)售卖的定量小麦。但是对于半价售卖的小麦,有劳动力的家庭,其购买的数量会受到限制,而贫穷的罗马人购买半价小麦的数量是不受限的。Roman emperors also had various approaches when it came to dealing with the poor. It was not uncommon for emperors back then to give money to each Roman to celebrate a certain event (usually a military victory). One emperor who instituted new welfare programs was Trajan. While he increased the number of citizens who could receive free grain from the state, he also introduced alimenta, a publicly funded institution that benefited poor children.罗马帝王也有很多补助贫困公民的政策。但是让罗马帝王回到那种一到庆祝某个重大事件(比如战争的凯旋)就随意分发钱财的时代自然也是不太现实的。因而罗马帝王图拉真出台了一个新的福利政策:他增加了可以免费得到粮食的公民的数量,并且他还创立了一个名叫alimenta的公众基金机构来资助贫穷的儿童。翻译:赵雨晴 来源:前十网 /201510/402675虹口区注射丰下巴费用

上海玫瑰整形女子医院切眼袋手术价格Sometimes we don#39;t get enough, sometimes too much, and others we get just the right amount; but everyone needs sleep and no one can avoid it for too long. It is the single best way way to refresh the body and to relieve daily stress and tension. There#39;s nothing better than being able to lie in a nice bed at night after a long day drift into a peaceful sleep. While we all do it, it is very complex in its own nature, being classified into four stages and two types, REM sleep and NREM sleep. During sleep the brain is extremely active, as we dream. However, while some of us dream, others have to deal with a variety of sleep disorders. Sleep disorders are common, and you#39;ve probably heard of many, but here are some weird sleep disorders that may open your eyes. So relax and enjoy a top 10 list of bizarre sleep disorders. Don#39;t let them keep you up at night.无论睡眠时间多久,每个人都必须睡觉。睡眠是重新激发身体活力和释放日常压力的最好方式。在一天的奔波忙碌后能躺在舒适的床上进入梦乡,真是世上最棒的事情。我们对睡眠看似熟悉,其实不然,睡眠的本质十分复杂,它包含四个阶段,可以划分成两种类型,即快速眼动睡眠和非快速眼动期睡眠。睡梦中,大脑依然十分活跃。每晚,当很多人享受美梦时,还有一部分人在痛苦地经受各种睡眠障碍困扰。睡眠障碍并不罕见,您或许已经听说过很多次,但接下来这些怪异的睡眠障碍症一定可以让您大开眼界。那么,我们放松一下来看看十大怪诞的睡眠障碍吧。千万不要在夜里被它们纠缠哦!10.Sleep Bruxism10.磨牙症More commonly known as teeth grinding, sleep bruxism is when someone, while sleeping, is known to clench or grind their teeth together. Many say that it is caused by stress, tension, anxiety, suppressed anger, or something as simple as a misalignment of the teeth. Simple treatments are given to correct the problem generally, such as a mouth guard or therapy. Though the condition doesn#39;t seem very serious, in many cases sleep bruxism can become an issue. If the bruxism carries on for too long, it can lead to jaw disorders, damaged teeth, headaches, and other problems.磨牙症更常见的表述是teeth grinding,其症状表现为:一个人在睡觉时咬紧牙关或者磨牙。通常认为磨牙是由于压力、紧张、焦虑、压抑愤怒或者仅仅是牙齿咬合不正引起的。一些简单的治疗措施,例如进行口腔防护或治疗,正常情况下就可以矫正这个问题。 尽管磨牙听起来并不严重,但不注意会成为很大的健康隐患。如果长期磨牙,可能导致上下颚咬合不正,造成牙齿损伤、头疼,甚至引起其他问题。9.Sleep Apnea9.睡眠呼吸中止症Sleep apnea is a very serious condition that is marked by the stopping and starting of breathing during the night. It is said that the condition elevates the risk for a stroke. Doctors say that loud snoring or waking up feeling tired even after a long nights rest may be indicators of sleep apnea. There are two main types of sleep apnea: obstructive, which is when the throat muscles relax and the airways narrow or close, and central sleep apnea, which is when the brain fails to send messages to the breathing muscles. Sleep apnea can be due to excess weight, high blood pressure, smoking, or a history of the disorder. Also, find information on how to stop snoring.睡眠呼吸中止症是一种十分严重的疾病,其症状表现为患者睡觉时产生突发性呼吸停止,随后再恢复呼吸。这种疾病会使中风的概率上升。医生指出,如果一个人鼾声如雷,或者在一晚酣睡醒来之后仍觉疲惫,这可能就是患上睡眠呼吸中止症的信号。这种疾病有两种主要类型:一种是当咽喉肌肉放松时,气道变窄或者封闭,导致的中枢性睡眠呼吸中止;一种是大脑未能成功传递信息给呼吸肌导致的睡眠呼吸中止。睡眠呼吸中止症可能由超重、高血压、吸烟、睡眠障碍家族病史等因素引起。8.Somnambulism8.梦游Better known as sleepwalking, somnambulism is said to be a pretty harmless condition that many people grow out of over time. However, it can be serious in some cases, as those who sleepwalk generally do daily tasks, so a sleepwalker could easily get into a car and drive. It is said that 15% of children between the ages of 8-12 experience sleepwalking. Many times the person who sleepwalks will not remember it, but may wake up with glassy eyes or speaking clumsily. Sleep walking it usually caused by an underlying problem, such as seizures, sleep apnea, PTSD, or arrhythmias, and is therefore not treated. Instead the cause of sleep walking becomes the main focus.梦游,也就是我们通常理解的睡眠中无意识的走动,多是由加班熬夜造成的。有些人认为梦游对身体没有害处,但在一些情况下,梦游的后果会很严重。这是因为睡梦中梦游患者常会无意识重复白天的行为,例如梦游时可能自然地走入车内并开走它,真是细思极恐。有数据显示,在8-12岁的儿童中,15%的小朋友有过梦游的经历。梦游的人经常不记得睡梦中发生了什么,他们可能醒来时目光呆滞,口齿笨拙。梦游通常由一个潜在的病因引发,例如,癫痫、睡眠窒息、伤后应激障碍和心律不齐。若不彻底查清病因,梦游无法直接治愈,除非有一天,导致梦游的这些病因能够受到人们的极大关注。7.Narcolepsy7.发作性睡病We#39;ve all been tired during the day at some point in time, but people with narcolepsy are generally extremely tired during the day and will often experience sudden sleep spells. Narcoleptics can be extremely serious, but there is still no known cure. One out of every 2,000 people is said to have narcolepsy. Plenty of treatments exist, but none fully get rid of the condition. Doctors believe that brain chemicals, notably hypocretin, play a large role in narcolepsy. Generally these cells are excessively damaged, which causes disruptions to sleep patterns, as hypocretin is known to regulate the REM sleep cycle as well as staying awake. However, no one knows why these cells are damaged, and how they become damaged.正常情况下,人们只会在一天中某个时间点感到困顿,嗜睡的人则一整天疲惫不堪,常常像瞬间被施了睡眠魔咒一样突然间困倦。患嗜睡症有时会造成非常严重的后果而且目前该病仍然无法治愈。据调查,每2000个人中就有一个嗜睡症患者。治疗方法虽多,但所有的方法都是治标不治本。医生认为大脑中某些化学物质,尤其是下视丘分泌素,是造成嗜睡的关键因素之一。下视丘分泌素是调节人体快速眼动睡眠周期并使人保持清醒的物质,通常情况下,患嗜睡症的人下视丘分泌素被严重破坏,因而人类的睡眠模式被打破。然而,没有人知道这些细胞为什么会被损害,目前也不知道它们是如何被损害的。6.Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)6.抖腿综合症Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) is classified by a strong and urgent need to move the legs. The urge is said to be extremely hard to resist, as there are often uneasy feelings felt inside of the legs. Some say it#39;s a prickling sensation while others say it#39;s more of a tingling feeling. In any case, the sensations can be painful, which makes sitting or lying down hard for those with RLS. RLS is a sleep disorder because the condition is said to be its worse at night and then eases off in the morning and it causes disruptions to normal sleep patterns. It is said that 5%-10% of people in the U.S. and Northern Europe will experience RLS.抖腿综合症的患者常会受强烈的抖腿需求的配不自觉抖动双腿。患病者腿部常常深感不适,以至于忍不住地抖动双腿。有患者称腿部有如针扎般的刺痛感,也有患者称发病的痛苦远不止于此。不论是何种形式的疼痛,这种不适都会使人坐卧难安。抖腿综合症也被认为是一种睡眠障碍,因为它总会把病人折磨地半夜醒来。这种病症往往在夜晚发作,白天能得到缓解。据说,在美国和北欧有5%—10%的人在遭受着抖腿综合症的折磨。翻译:风舞落月 前十网 /201511/411626宝山祛痘要的价格 上海人民医院去痘印多少钱

宝山区人民医院吸脂手术价格 Mencius(372 B. C.~289 B. C.), a great thinker of the mid-Warring States Period, was born at Zou (present Zoucheng, Shandong Province).His given name was Ke and courtesy name Ziyu.孟子(约公元前372年~公元前289年),名柯,字子舆,邹(今山东省邹城市)人,战国中期的思想家。He was a successor of Confucius and has been called the “Second Sage; after Confucius.曾受业于子思的门人,继承了孔子的学说,被后世尊称为“亚圣”。He spent his life bouncing from one feudal court to another, lobbying the rulers, debating among the politicians and trying to find some rulers who would follow his teachings. His philosophical thoughts were established in the process of his political activities and were compiled in a book bearing his name.孟子周游列国,游说于朝堂之上,论辩于政客之间,在激烈的辩论与尖锐的矛盾冲突中发展了自己的思想,《孟子》一书是其思想的结晶。Mencius developed Confucius#39; concept of ren from merely a moral term to a level of governance by pointing out that a state should be governed by a sage-king.他把孔子“仁”的思想改造发展为通过实行“仁政”而实现“王道”社会的政治思想,把“仁”从伦理道德层次提升到治国思想的高度。His concept of benevolent governante calls upon the resumption of the “square-field system; and the reduction of corporal punishments. He was also against the abuse of taxation and any unjust wars.“仁政”思想主张恢复井田制,省刑薄赋,使民以时,取民有制,反对横征暴敛,反对不义战争。He claimed that ;the people are the most important; the state is secondary while the monarch is the least; and believed that civil security and public opinions are pivotal to the stability of a state.他提出“民为贵,社稷次之,君为轻”的主张,认为人民的安危与民心的向背是国家安危的关键所在。The theory of benevolent governance is based on Mencius#39; belief that human beings are good by nature. He held that this goodness is innate and can be acquired without learning or thinking; one#39;s natural goodness is presented by the exercise of benevolence, righteousness, proprieties and prudence.“仁政”思想的哲学基础是“性善”论: 孟子认为人的本性是“善”的,良心本心人所固有,不学而能,不虑而知,表现出来即为仁义礼智之性。Evil comes into being when one rejects their natural goodness.恶之所以产生,只是因为舍弃了自己的良心本心。Unlike Confucius, Mencius did not deny the quest for li (profits, or gains), but he attached more importance to yi (righteousness) and considered yi as his top priority.在义利观土上,孟子不否认利,但更加重视义,把义作为最高的价值选择。When li and yi are in conflict, one should sacrifice one#39;s opportunities of making profits for a righteous cause, or even lay down one#39;s life.当二者发生矛盾时,要舍利取义,甚至舍生取义。To achieve this state, there is no better way than reducing one#39;s desires.人要想达到这一境界,就需要通过养心而实现寡欲。Thus, the ideal moral personality of Mencius is that one should never be “corrupted by neither riches nor honors, shaken by neither poverty nor adversity, faltered by neither threats nor force;.所以,孟子理想的道德人格是“富贵不能淫,贫贱不能移,威武不能屈”,具有大义凛然的道义感。On the other hand, Mencius#39; declaration of “if poor, one attends to his own virtue in solitude; if advanced to dignity, he makes the whole world virtuous as well; has become a standard of social conduct of Chinese scholars for thousands of years.另外,孟子“穷则独善其身,达则兼济天下”的主张成了后世中国文人立身处世的法则。 /201510/402710长宁区同仁医院抽脂多少钱上海脱毛手术价格

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