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aegrēscō, 3, inc. n.

to become sick; grow worse, 12.46. (aegreō, to be sick)

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Aegyptius, a, um

adj. (Aegyptos), Egyptian, 8.688.

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Aegyptos (-tus), ī, f.

Egypt.

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aemulus, a, um

(adj.), striving to equal; competing, rivaling, 5.187; envious, 5.415; a rival for, aspiring, 10.371.

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aemulus, a, um

(adj.), striving to equal; competing, rivaling, 5.187; envious, 5.415; a rival for, aspiring, 10.371.

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Aeneadēs, ae, m.

a son of Aeneas; pl., Aeneadae, ārum, followers of Aeneas, the Trojans, 1.565; Aeneadae, 3.18.

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Aenēās, ae, m.

1. A Trojan chief, son of Venus and Anchises, and hero of the Aeneid, 1.92. 2. Aenēās Silvius, one of the Alban kings, 6.769.

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Aenēius, a, um

adj. (id.), of Aeneas, 7.1.

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Aenīdēs, ae, m.

a son of Aeneus or Aeneas; Iulus, 9.653. (Aeneus, a collat. form of Aenēās)

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aēnus, a, um

adj. (aes), of bronze; brazen, 2.470; subst., aēnum, ī, n., a bronze or brazen vessel; caldron, 1.213, et al.

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aēnus, a, um

adj. (aes), of bronze; brazen, 2.470; subst., aēnum, ī, n., a bronze or brazen vessel; caldron, 1.213, et al.

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Aeolia, ae, f.

Aeolia, an island near Sicily, the home of Aeolus, 1.52.

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Aeolidēs, ae, m.

a son or descendant of Aeolus. 1. Ulysses, 6.529. 2. Misenus, 6.164. 3. Clytius, 9.774.

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Aeolius, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to Aeolus; Aeolian, 5.791.

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Aeolus, ī, m.

Aeolus. 1. The god who ruled over the winds, 1.52. 2. A follower of Aeneas from Lyrnesus, 12.542.

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aequaevus, a, um

adj. (aequus and aevum), of equal age, 2.561.

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aequālis, e

adj. (aequō), equal; of the same age, 10.194; fellow, companion; subst., c., companion, 5.468.

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aequālis, e

adj. (aequō), equal; of the same age, 10.194; fellow, companion; subst., c., companion, 5.468.

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aequē

adv. (aequus), equally; alike.

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Aequīculus, a, um

adj. (Aequī), of the Aequi, a tribe adjacent to the Latins and Volscians, near Rome; Aequian, 7.747.

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Aequīculus, a, um

adj. (Aequī), of the Aequi, a tribe adjacent to the Latins and Volscians, near Rome; Aequian, 7.747.

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aequō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to make equal in size, number, weight, etc., 1.193; 5.419; to equalize, divide equally, 1.508; make equal in length, 9.338; in height, raise to, 4.89; to equal, be equal to; to be as high as, on a level with; keep pace with, 6.263; return equally, requite, 6.474; lift, exalt, 11.125; p., aequātus, a, um, made equal or even; steady, 4.587. (aequus)

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aequor, oris, n.

an equal, horizontal, or level surface; the surface of the sea; the sea, 1.146; water, 6.355; wave, 3.197; a level field, plain, 5.456; low land, 12.524. (aequō)

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aequum, ī, n.

that which is even; right, justice, 2.427; in aequum, to the open field, 9.68.

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aequus, a, um

(adj.), plain, even; on a level with, leveled, with dat., 12.569; equal, open, fair, 11.706; equal, adequate, prepared, 10.450; favorable, 1.479; impartial, equitable, just, 6.129; unprejudiced, unbiased, 9.234; aequō pede, with foot to foot, face to face, 12.465; aequum est, it is just, 12.20; aequius fuerat, it would have been more just, 11.115.

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āēr, eris, m. (acc. āera or āerem)

the air or atmosphere, 1.300, et al.

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aerātus, a, um

adj. (aes), furnished with copper, bronze; made of bronze, 2.481; bronze-covered; with brazen prow, 8.675; armed with bronze; armed, 7.703.

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aereus, a, um

adj. (aes), made of copper or bronze; bronze, brazen (see def. of aes), 1.448; brazen beaked, 5.198; of the copper or bronze plates or scales of a corselet, 10.313.

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aeripēs, edis

adj. (aes and pēs), brazen- or bronze-footed, or hoofed, 6.802.

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āerius, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to the air; airy, aërial, 5.520; rising into the air; towering, lofty, 3.291; air-cleaving, 9.803.

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aes, aeris, n.

copper, bronze; brass, in one of the old English usages of that word, 1.449, et al.; anything made of copper or bronze; a trumpet, 3.240; cymbal; armor, 2.734; shield, 2.545; a bronze statue, 6.847; a track or course of bronze plates, 6.591; a ship’s prow or beak, or a copper-bottomed ship, 1.35; pl., aera, n., money, 11.329; aere nexus, bronze-bound, of bronze, 1.448.

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aestās, ātis, f.

the summer, 1.265, et al.; summer air, 6.707; a year.

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aestuō, āvī, ātus, 1, n.

to glow, to be dried up or parched; boil up; heave, foam, 6.297; fume, 8.258; rage, seethe, 12.666. (aestus)

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aestus, ūs, m.

glowing heat; summer; a boiling; a billowy motion; waves of flame, flames, 2.706; wave, surge, 1.107; tide, sea, flood, 3.419; tide (of feeling), agitation, 4.532.

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aetās, ātis, f.

lifetime, age, 1.705; old age, 2.596; period, generation, age, 7.680; lapse of time; time, 8.200. (for aevitās, fr. aevum)

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aeternus, a, um

adj. (for aeviternus), lasting, through ages; eternal; immortal, 1.36; perpetual, 4.99; (adv.), aeternum, for in aeternum, continually, eternally, 6.401; for ever, 11.98.

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aeternus, a, um

adj. (for aeviternus), lasting, through ages; eternal; immortal, 1.36; perpetual, 4.99; (adv.), aeternum, for in aeternum, continually, eternally, 6.401; for ever, 11.98.

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aethēr, eris, m. (acc. aethera and aetherem)

the upper air; ether, sky, heaven, 1.90; in a general sense, air, 1.587, et al.

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aetherius, a, um

adj. (aethēr), pertaining to the upper air; ethereal, heavenly, 1.394, et al.; airy, 8.608.

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Aethiops, opis, m.

an Aethiopian.

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Aethōn, onis, m.

Aethon, one of the chariot horses of Pallas, 11.89.

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aethra, ae, f.

the cloudless air; serene sky; heaven, 3.585, et al.

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Aetna, ae, f.

a volcanic mountain on the eastern coast of Sicily, 3.579.

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Aetnaeus, a, um

adj. (Aetna), of Aetna; Aetnaean, 3.678.

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Aetōlus, a, um

(adj.), Aetolian, 11.428; Aetōla urbs, Arpi in Apulia, built by Diomedes, 11.239.

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Aetōlus, a, um

(adj.), Aetolian, 11.428; Aetōla urbs, Arpi in Apulia, built by Diomedes, 11.239.

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aevum, ī, n.

indefinite time; lapse of time, time, 3.415; age, 2.638; old age, 2.509; life, 10.582; immortality, 10.235.

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Āfer, fra, frum

(adj.), African; (subst.), Āfrī, ōrum, m., Africans, 8.724.

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Āfer, fra, frum

(adj.), African; (subst.), Āfrī, ōrum, m., Africans, 8.724.

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Āfricus, ī, m.

the southwest wind.

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Agamemnonius, a, um

(adj.), pertaining to Agamemnon; Agamemnonian, Argive, Greek, 4.471.

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Agathyrsī, ōrum, m.

a Sythian tribe dwelling on the river Maros in what is now Hungary, remarkable for the practice of tattooing their bodies, 4.146.

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age, agite

(imperat. of ago), onward! away! come on!

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Agēnor, oris, m.

a son of Neptune and Lyba, king of Phoenicia and ancestor of Dido, 1.338.

1
ager, agrī, m.

the land pertaining to a person or community; land under cultivation; a field, 2.306, et al.; land, 1.343, et al.

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agger, eris, m.

materials gathered to form an elevation; a heap of earth or stones, dike, embankment, bank, 1.112; 2.496; heap of earth, 9.567; top, summit, ridge, raised surface, 5.44, 273; a rampart, 9.769, et al.; a height or rising ground, 12.446; aggerēs, mountains, mountain ramparts, 6.830. (aggerō)

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aggerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a.

to pile up; (fig.), increase, aggravate, 4.197. (agger)

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aggerō, gessī, gestus, 3, a.

to bear to; heap upon, add to, 3.63. (ad and gerō)

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agglomerō, āvī, ātus, 1, a. and n.

to gather, assemble, crowd to, 2.341; sē agglomerāre, to join themselves to, 12.458. (ad and glomerō)

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aggredior, gressus sum, 3, dep. n. and a.

attempt, dare, with inf., 2.165; to advance toward; attempt, 3.38; attack, 9.325; assail, hew, 2.463; accost, address, 3.358. (ad and gradior)

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Āgis, idis, m.

a Lycian, follower of Aeneas, 10.751.

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agitātor, ōris, m.

one who drives; a charioteer, 2.476. (agitō)

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agitō, āvī, ātus, 1, intens. a. and n.

to put in motion; drive; drive away; drive, pursue, 2.421; persecute, 6.68; harass, haunt, 3.331; stir up, arouse, 10.71; hasten, 2.640; move, animate, 6.727; excite to, 9.187; practice, exercise, 12.397; spend, pass; (pass.), agitārī, to ride about, 11.694. (agō)

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āgmen, inis, n.

that which is driven or moved; direction of movement; a train; gathering, winding; herd, flock, drove, 1.186; an army, on the march; battalion, squadron, 5.834; army, 11.60; troop, band, 5.549; company, multitude, throng, 5.378; assemblage, gathering, flood; motion, stroke, of oars, 5.211; stream, current, 2.782; course, 2.212; a leader, 10.561. (agō)

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agna, ae, f.

a ewe lamb, 5.772. (agnus)

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agnus, ī, m.

a lamb, 1.635.

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agō, ēgī, āctus, 3, a.

to put in motion; to drive, 1.333; force, impel, 3.5; urge, incite, 7.393; advance, 9.505; move, turn, pursue, 10.540; drive away, dispel, lead, 4.546; send forth, raise, 6.873; rear by growth, 11.136; work, 3.695; work out, cut out, cleave, 10.514; convey, 1.391; bear onward, 3.512; bring, 9.18; do in general, 10.675; do, perform, 5.638; to be busy about, aim at, essay, try to accomplish, effect, gain, 11.227; treat, 1.574; derive, 12.530; consider, discuss, debate, 11.445; pass, spend, 5.51; (without an object), to be at work, to work, perform, 12.429; agere sē, to present one’s self, appear, 6.337; (pass.), agī, to move, hover, 12.336.

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agrestis, e

adj. (ager), pertaining to the fields or country; country-, rustic, rural, 3.34; wild, 7.111; subst., agrestis, is, m., a rustic, 7.504; husbandman.

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agrestis, e

adj. (ager), pertaining to the fields or country; country-, rustic, rural, 3.34; wild, 7.111; subst., agrestis, is, m., a rustic, 7.504; husbandman.

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agricola, ae, m.

one who cultivates the land; a husbandman, 2.628. (ager and colō)

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Agrippa, ae, m.

Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa, one of the confidential counselors of Augustus, and his principal military commander, 8.682.

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Agyllīnus, a, um

(adj.), of Agylla, a town in Etruria, afterwards called Caere, 7.652; subst., Agyllīnī, ōrum, m., the people of Agylla, 12.281.

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Agyllīnus, a, um

(adj.), of Agylla, a town in Etruria, afterwards called Caere, 7.652; subst., Agyllīnī, ōrum, m., the people of Agylla, 12.281.

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Aiāx, ācis, m.

1. Ajax, the son of Telamon. 2. Ajax, the son of Oileus, called also Ajax the Lesser, 1.41; 2.414.

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āiō, 4, def.

to speak; to say “yes”; say, 1.142, et al.; sometimes pleonastic after fārī, etc., 5.551. (If the i in this verb is followed by a consonant, the a is short; as aīs, aīt; otherwise i coalesces with the following vowel; as āiō, pronounced ā-yō.)

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āla, ae, f.

a wing, 1.301; the feather of an arrow, 9.578; the wing of an army; cavalry, 11.730; troop, battalion, 11.604; horsemen, mounted huntsmen, 4.121.

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alacer (alacris, m., 5.380), cris, cre

(adj.), lively; active, eager; bold, darting, exulting, 10.729; joyful, 5.380.

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ālātus, a, um

adj. (āla), winged, 4.259.

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Alba, ae, f.

Alba or Alba Longa, a town on the Alban hills in Latium, from which Rome originated, 1.271.

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Albānus, a, um

adj. (Alba), pertaining to Alba; Alban, 1.7; subst., Albānī, ōrum, m., the Albans, 5.600.

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Albānus, a, um

adj. (Alba), pertaining to Alba; Alban, 1.7; subst., Albānī, ōrum, m., the Albans, 5.600.

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albeō, 2, n.

to be white, 12.36. (albus)

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albēscō, 3, inc. n.

to grow white, whiten; to brighten, dawn, 4.586. (albeō)

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Albula, ae, f.

the Albula, an ancient name of the Tiber, 8.332.

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Albunea, ae, f.

Albunea, a fountain at Tibur; also personified as a nymph, 7.83. (albus)

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albus, a, um

(adj.), white, 3.392; blank, undecorated, 9.548; subst., album, ī, n., whiteness, white.

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Alcander, drī, m.

a Trojan, 9.767.

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Alcānor, oris, m.

1. Alcanor, a Trojan hero, 9.672. 2. A Rutulian, 10.338.

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Alcathous, ī, m.

a Trojan, 10.747.

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Alcīdēs, ae., m.

a descendant of Alceus; Hercules, 5.414, et al.

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āles, itis (gen. pl. sometimes alituum, 8.27)

adj. (āla), winged, swift, 5.861, et al.; subst. c., a bird, 1.394; an owl, 12.862.

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Alētēs, is, m.

a companion of Aeneas, 1.121.

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alga, ae, f.

seaweed.

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aliēnus, a, um

adj. (alius), pertaining to another, another’s; strange; foreign, 4.311; intended for another, 10.781; not one’s own.

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āliger, era, erum

adj. (āla and gerō), wing-bearing; winged, 1.663.

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ālipēs, edis

adj. (āla and pēs), wing-footed, 12.484; subst. m., wing-footed horse.

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aliquandō

adv. (alius and quandō), at some time; formerly, 8.602; at length, 8.200.

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aliquis, quid

(indef. subst. pron.), some one, any one, something, anything, in affirmative sentences; some one, 6.864, et al.; some other, 2.48; acc., aliquid, as to something, in some respect, somewhat, in some degree, 10.84; (adv.), aliquā (sc. ratiōne or viā) (abl.), in some way. (alius and quis)

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aliter

(adv.), in another manner; otherwise, 1.399. (alius)

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alius, a, ud (gen. alīus, dat. aliī)

(adj. and subst.), other, another; repeated; alius — alius, one — another; pl., aliī — aliī, some — others, 1.427, 428; used once for aliī— aliī, 4.593; (adv.), aliō (old abl.), elsewhere, to another place; aliās (acc. pl. fem., sc. vicēs), at another time.

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