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Eyliads, glances, looks. See Feodary, an accomplice, a con. | For, for that, since, because


Forbid, under interdiction.
Eyne, eyes.
Fester, to corrupt.

Force, power
Festinately, hastily.

Force, to enforce, to urge.

Festival terms, splendid phraseo Force, to stuff.

Forced, false.
Pace, to carry a foolish appear Fet, fetched.

Fordid, destroyed.
Few, in short, in few words. Fordo, to undo, to destroy.
Faced, turned up with facings
Fico, a fig.

Foreilone, overcome.
Facinorons, wicked.

Fielded, in the field of battle. Forfeniled, prohibited, forbidnien. Fact, guilt.

Fierce, proud, hasty, vehement, Foreign, employed in foreiga Pactious, active. rapid.

embassies. Faculties, medicinal virtues, of- Pig, to insult.

Forepast, already had. fice, exercise of power. Fights, clothes hung round a ship Fore-slou, to be dilatory,to leiten. Fadge, to suit or fit.

to conceal the men from the Forestall, to prevent by anticipe Fading, the burthen of a song,


tion. Fain, fond. File, a list.

Forgetire, inventive,imagitative Fair, beauty, complexion, fair Filed, defiled.

Forked, horned. Filed, zone an equal pace with. Formal, not out of form, regular, Fair-betrothed, fairly contracted, Fills, the shafts.

sensible, in form, in shape.
honourably affianced
Filths, common sewers.

Former, foremost.
Faith, fidelity.
Fine, the conclusion.

Forspent, wasted, exhaustel.
Faithjul, not an infidel.

Fine, full of finesse, artful. Forspoke, contradicted, spokea Faithfully, fervently. Fine, to make showy, or specious.

against. Faitors, traitors, rascals.

Fineless, boundless, endless. Forthcoming, in custody.
Fall, to let fall, to drop.
Firago for Virago.

Forwearied, worn out.
Fall, an ebb.

Fire-drake, will-o'-the-wisp, or a Foul, homely, not fair. False, to make false.


For, a cant word for a sword. Falsely, dishonestly, treacher. Fire-new, bren-new, new from Forship, mean, tunning. ously.

the forge.

Frampold, peerish, fretfal, i Falsing, falsifying.

Firk, to chastise.
Familiar, a demon.
First noblest, most eminent.

Frank, a sty.
Fancy, love.
Fit, a division of a song.

Franklin, a little gentleman er Fancy-free, exempt from the Fitchew, a polecat.

freeholder power of love. Fitly, exactly

Free, artless, free from art, at Fang, to seize or gripe.

Fives, a distemper in horses. Fanged, possessed of fangs.

Flap-dragon,a small inflammable Fret, the stop of a musical is. Fans, ancient.

substance, which topers swal

strument, which regalates the Fantastical, creatures of fancy. low in a glass of wine.

vibration of the string. Fap, drunk. Flap-jacks, pan-cakes.

Friend, a lover, a term app. Far, extensively. Flask, a soldier's powder-horn.

cable to both sexes, a paramos Farced, stuffed. Flatness, lowness, depth.

Friend, friendship.
Fashions, farcens or farcy.

Flaw,sudden violent gust of wind. Frienil, to befriend,
Fast, determined, fixed.
Flayed, stripped.

Frippery, a shop wher old
Fat, dull.

clothes were sold. Fate, an action predetermined by Fleet, to Roat.

Frize, a cloth made in Wales. fate. Fleeting, inconstant.

From, in opposition to Favour, countenance, features, Fleshment, first act of military Fronted, opposed. indulgence, pardon, appearance service.

Frontier, forehead
Fear, the object of fear, danger. Flewed, having the flews or chaps Frontlet, a forehead cloth.
Fear, to intimidate.

of a hound.

Frush, to break or broix. Feared, frightened.

Flickering, fluttering like the Frustrate, frustrated. Fearful, timorous, formidable.

motion of a flame.

Fulfilling, filling till there be so Feat, ready, dexterous. Flight, a sort of shooting.

room for more.
Peat, an exploit.
Flourish, ornament.

Full, complete.
Feated, formed, made neat.
Flote, wave.

Fullams, loaded dice.
Feature, beauty in general, cast Flush, mature, ripe.

Fullest, most complete and per and make of the face. Foeman, an enemy in war.

fect. Feilerary, a confederate. Foin, to thrust in fencing.

Fumiter, fumitory.
Fee-grief, a peculiar sorrow. Foizon, plenty

Furnished, dressed.
Feeder, an eater, a servant. Folly, depravity of mind.
Feere, or Pheere, a companion, Fond, foolish, or prized by folly.
a husband.
Fonder, more weak or foolish.

Feet, looting.

Fondly, foolishly.
Pell, skin.
Fell-feats, savage practices.

Fools' zanies, baubles with the Gabardine, a loose felt cloak.

head of a fool. Fellow, companion.

Gad, a pointed instrimest Foot-cloth, a housing covering the Gain-giring, misgiving. Pence, the art of, or skill in de body of the horse, and almost Gainsay, to unsay, decy, com

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Gait, way or steps.

Gramercy, grand mercy, great | Heat, heated. Galliard, an ancient dance.


Heat, violence of resentment. Galliasses, a species of galleys. Grange, the farm-house of a mo- Heavy, slow. Gallouglastes, heavy armed foot. nastery; a lone house.

Hebenon, henbane. Gallow, to scare or frighten Gratillity, gratuity.

Hefted, heaved.
Gallymaufry, a medley.

Gratulate, gratifying, acceptable. Hefts, heavings.
Game, sport, jest.
Grave, to entomh.

Hell, an obscure dungeon in a Gamester, a frolicksome person, Graves, or greaves, armour for prison. a wanton.

the legs.

Helmed, steered through. Gaping, shouting or roaring. Greasily, grossly.

Hence, henceforward. Garboils, commotion, stir. Greek, a bawd, or pander. Henchman, a page of honour. Garish, gaudy, showy.

Green, unripe, not fully formed. Hent, seized or taken possession Garner, to treasure up.

Greenly, awkwardly, unskilfully. of.
Gasted, frightened.
Greets, pleases.

Hereby, as it may happen.
Gauly, a festival day.
Grief, pain, grievances.

Hermits, beadsmen. Gawds, baubles, toys.

Griefs, grievances, wrongs. Hest, behest, command. Gaze, attention.

Grievances, sorrows, sorrowful High-fantastical, fantastical to the Gear, a general word for things affections.

or matters.
Grieve, to lament for.

High-repented, repented to the
Geck, a fool.
Grise, a step.

utmost. General, generality. Grossly, palpably.

Hight, called. General, compendious.

Groundlings, the frequenters of Hilding, a paltry cowardly felGeneration, children.

the pit in the playhouse.

low. Generosity, high birth. Growing, accruing.

Hint, suggestion, circumstance.
Generous, most noble.
Guard, defence.

Hiren, a harlot.
Gentility, urbanity.
Guard, to fringe or lace.

His, often used for its.
Gentle, noble, high-minded, be Guarded, ornamented.

Hit, to agree.
longing to gentry.

Guards, badges of dignity, Hoist, hoisted.
Gentry, complaisance.
Guerilon, reward.

Hold, to esteem.
German, akin.
Guerdoned, rewarded.

Holla, a term of the manege. í Germins, seeds begun to sprout. Guiled, treacherous.

Holy, faithful. Gest, a stage or journey. Guinea-hen, a prostitute. Home, completely, in full ex: Gib, a cat.

Gules, red, a term in heraldry. tent. Gists, endowments.

Gulf, the swallow, the throat. Honest, chaste. Giglot, a wanton wench.

Gun-stones, cannon-balls. Honesty, liberality. Gilder, a coin valued at 18. 6d. Gurnet, a fish resembling a Honey-stalks, clover flowers. or 28.


Honour, acquired reputation. Gill, gilding, golden money. Gust, taste, rashness.

Hoop, a measure.
Gimmal, a ring or engine. Gyve, to catch, to shackle. Hope, to expect.
Ging, a gang.
Gyves, shackles.

Horologe, clock.
Gird, a sarcasm or gibe, emotion.

Hox, to ham-string. Gleek, to joke or scoff, to beguile.

Huli, to drive to and fro upon Glimmering, faintly illuminated

the water without sails or rudby the stars. Hack, to become cheap and vul

der. Gloze, to expound, to comment gar.

Humorous, chargeable, humid, upon.

Haggarı, a species of hawk. nioist. Glut, to englut or swallow up. Haggard, wild.

Hungry, steril, unprolific. Gnarled, knotted.

Hair, complexion or character. Hunt-counter, base tyke, worthGood-deed, indeed, in very deed. Happily, accidentally, fortu

less dog Good-den, good evening.


Hunts-up, the name of a tune, a Gooil-life,of a moral or jovial turn. Happy, accomplished.

morning song Good-jer, gougere, morbus gal-Hardiment, bravery, stoutness. Hurly, noise. licus Harlocks, wild mustard.

Hurtling, merry with impetuoGorbellied, fat and corpulent. Harlot, a cheat.

sity. Gossips, tattling women who at- Harp, to touch on a passion. Husbandry, thrift, frugality. tend lyings-in.

Harrow, to conquer, to subdue. Huswife, a jilt.
Gossomer, the white cobweb-like Harry, to use roughly, to harass.

exhalations that fly about in Having, estate or fortune, pro-
hot sunny weather.
notion, allowance of expense.

Government, evenness of temper, Haviour, behaviour.
decency of manners.
Haught, haughty.

Ice-brook, a brook of icy quali Gourds, a species of dice. Haughty, high, elevated.

ties in Spain. Gouts, drops. Haunt, company.

l' fecks, in faith. Grace, acceptableness, favour. Hay, a term in the fencing- Ignomy, ignominy, Grace, to bless, to make happy. school.

Ill-inhabited, ill-lodged. Gracious, graceful, lovely. Heart, the source, the fountain. IU-nurtured, ill-educated. Grained, furrowed, like the grain Head, body of forces.

Images,children, representatives. of wood, died in grain or in- Heart, the most valuable or pre- Imaginary, produced by the dented. cious part.

power of imagination.





Imbare, to lay open or display to Intenible, incapable of retaining. | Knare, servant. view.

Intention, eagerness of desire. Knife, a sword or dagger. Immanity, barbarity, savageness. Intentively, with full attention, Knots, figures planted in bos Imme:liacy, close connexion. Interessed, interested.

Know, to acknowledge, Imp, to supply.

Intergatories, interrogatories. Knor of, to consider. Imp, progeny:

Intermission, pause, intervening Impair, unsuitable.

time. Impartial, sometimes used for Intrenchant, that which cannot

L. partial.

be cut. Impawned, wagered and staked. Intrinse, intrinsicate. Impeach, to bring into question. Invention, imagination.

Labras, lips. Impeachment, reproach or impu- Inwardness, intiniacy, confi- Laced mutton, a woman of the tation, hinderance.

dence. Imperious, imperial. Iron, clad in armour.

Lackeying, moving like a lackey Imperseverant, perseverant. Irregulous, lawless, licentious.

or page. Impeticos, to impetticoat or im- Issues, consequences, conclu- Lag, the meanest persons. pocket.


Lances, lance-men, Importance, importunacy. Iteration, citation, or recitation. Land-damn, to destroy in some Importance, the thing imported,

way. Importing, implying, denoting.

Lands, landing-places. Impose, injunction, command.


Lapsed, time suffered to slip.
Impositions, commands.

Large, licentious
Impossible, incredible or incon-
Jack, a term of contempt.

Lass-lorn, forsaken of his misceivable. Impress, to compel to serve,

Jack-a-lent, a puppet thrown at Latch, to lay hold of

in Lent. Impress, a device or motto.

Latched or lelched, licked over.
Impugn, to oppose, to controvert.
Jack guardant, a jack in office.

Late, lately.
Jaded, treated with contempt, Lated, belated, benighted.
Incapable, unintelligent.
Incarnardine, to stain of a red Jar, the noise made by the pen- Lavoltas, a kind of dances.


Latten, thin as a lath. colour. Incensed, incited, suggested.

dulum of a clock.

Laund, lawn.
Inclining, coinpliant.
Jauncing, jaunting.

Lay, a wager.
Inclip, to embrace.
Jesses, straps of leather by which

Leaguer, the camp.

the hawk is held on the fist. Inclule, to shut up, to conclude.

Leasing, lying.
Inclusive, enclosed.
Jest, to play a part in a mask.

Leather-coats, a species of apple
Incony, or kony, fine, delicate.
Jet, to strut.

Leave, to part with, to give
Incorrect, ill-regulated.
Jovial, belonging to Jove.

away. Increase, produce.

Journal, daily.
Indent, to bargain and article.
Jump, to agree with, to put into Leer, feature, complexion.

Leech, a physician. inilex, something preparatory:


Leet, court-leet, or court of the Indifferent, sometimes for dif- Jump, hazard, to venture at.

manor. ferent, impartial.

Jump, just.
Indite, to convict.
Justicer, justice, judge.

Legerity, lightness, nimbleness.

Leges, alleges.
Induction, entrance, beginning,
Jut, to encroach.

Leiger, resident.
Jutty, to project.

Leman, lover, mistress.
Indurance delay,procrastination.
Juvenal, a young man.

Lenten, short and spare.
Infinite, extent or power.

L'envoy, moral, or conclusion of Ingaged, sometimes for unen

a poem. gaged.


Let, to hinder. Ingraft, rooted, settled.

Let be, to desist. Inhabitajle, not habitable Kam, awry, crooked.

Lethe, death.
Inherit, to possess.

Keech, a solid lump or mass. Lewil, ignorant, idle, wicked.
Inhibit, to forbid.
Keel, to cool.

Leudly, wickedly.
Inhooped, enclosed, confined. Keep, to restrain, to dwell, to Libbard, or lubbar, a leopard.
Inkhorn-mate, a book-mate. reside.

Liberal, licentious or gross ia Inkle, a kind of tape, crewell or Keisar, Cæsar.

language. worsted.

Kernes, light-armed Irish foot. Liberty, libertinism. Inland, civilized, not rustic. Key, the key for tuning, a tun- License, an appearance of licenInsane, that which makes insane. ing-hammer.

tiousness. Insconce, to fortify. Kicksy-wicksy, a wife.

Lie, to reside, to be imprisoned Insculped, engraven.

K'iln-hole, a place into which Liefest, dearest. Inseparate, inseparable.

coals are put under a stove. Lieger, an ambassador at a for Instance, example, proof. Kind, nature, species.

reign court.
Instances, motives.
Kinilless, unnatural

Lifter, a thief.
Insuit, solicitation.
Kindly, naturally.

Light o love, a dance tune.
Intend, to pretend.
Kinilly, kindred.

Lightly, commonly, in ordinary
Intending, regarding.
Kinged, ruled by

course Intendment, intention or dispo- Kinsman, near relative. Lightness, levity. sition.

Kirtle, part of a woman's dress. Like, to compare,



Likelihood, similitude.


Moching, playing truant, skulk Likeness, specious or seeming

ing about. virtue. Mace, a sceptre.

Mien, countenance. Liking, condition of body. Mlad, wild, inconstant.

Mince, to walk with affected de Limbeck, a vessel used in distil- Maile, enriched.

licacy ling.

Magnificent, glorying, boasting. Minding, calling to Limbo, a pılace supposed to be in Magnifico, a chief man or gran- brance, reminding. the neighbourhood of hell. dee at Venice.

Mineral, a mine. Lime, bird-lime.

Mailed, wrapped up, covered Minnow, a small river fish, a Lime, to cement.


term of contempt. Limed, entangled or caught, as Main-top, top of the mainmast. Minstrelsy, office of minstrel. with bird-lime. Make, to bar, to shut.

Misconceived, miscouceivers. Limit, appointed time. Makest, dost.

Miscreate, ill-begotten, illegiti. Limited, appointed, regular, or- Malkin, a scullion, a

mate. derly.


Misdoubt, to suspect. Limits, estimates, calculations. Mall, Mrs. alias Mary Frith, or Miser, a miserable creature. Line, genealogy.

Moll Cutpurse.

Misery, avarice.
Lined, delineated.
Mallecho, mischief.

Misprised, mistaken.
Link, a torch of pitch.
Mammering, hesitatiog.

Misprising, despising, or underLinstock, the staff to which the Mammets, puppets.

match is fixed when ordnance Mammock, to cut in pieces. Missives, messengers.
is fired.
Man, to tame a hawk.

Mistaken, misrepresented
List, the bound or limit.
Manacle, a handcuff.

Mistempered, angry:
Lither, flexible, yielding. Manage,conduct,administration. | Misthink, to think ill.
Little, miniature.

Mandrake, a root supposed to Mistress, the jack in bowling. Livelihood, appearance of life. have the shape of a man Mobled or mabled, veiled, grossly Lirery, a law phrase belonging Mankind, masculine.

covered. to the feudal tenures.

Marches, the borders, limits, or Mode, the form or state of things. Living, estate, property:


Molel, image, representative, Liring, speaking, manifest, ac- Marchpane, a species of sweet- copy. tual.


Modern, trite, common, meanly Loach, a small fish.

Martial-hand, a careless scrawl pretty.
Lob, looby, a term of contempt. Martlemas, the latter spring. Modesty, moderation.
Lockram, some kind of cheap Match, an appointment, a com- Module, model, pattern.
linen. -


Moe or mowe, to make mouths. Loile-star, the leading or guiding Mate, to confound.

Moiety, a portion. star.

Mateu, amated, dismayed. Mollification, pacification, soften. Lodged, laid by the wind. Meacock, a dastardly creature. ing. Loffe, to laugh.

Mealed, sprinkled or mingled. Mome, a dull stupid blockhead. Loggats, a game played with Mean, the tenor in music. Momentany, momentary. pins of wood. Mean, the middle.

Month's mind, a popish anniverLonging, longed for. Means, interest, pains.

sary. Longly, longingly. Measure, the reach.

Mood, anger, resentment, manLoof, to bring a vessel close to Measure, a stately solemn dance. the wind. Measure, means.

Moody, melancholy. Loon, or lowon, a base fellow. Meazels, lepers.

Moon-calf, an inanimate shapeLop, the branches. Meilal, portrait.

less mass. Lot, a prize. Melille, to mix with.

Moonish, variable.
Lottery, allotment.

Medicine, a she-physician. Mope, to appear stupid.
Lorer, a mistress.
Meed, reward.

Moral, secret meaning.
Loron. See Loon.

Meed, merit, desert, excellence. Moresco, Moor or Moorish, or Lorote, treated with contempt. Meet, a match.

morris. Lorots, clowns.

Meiny, people, domestics. Morris-pike, Moorish pike. Lozel, worthless, dishonest. Memories, memorials, remem- Mortal, murderous, fatal. Lubbar. See Libbard.


Mortal-staring, that which stares Lullaby, sleep in house, i. e., Memorized, made memorable. fatally. cradle, Memory, memorial.

Mortified, ascetic, religious. Lunes, lunacy, frenzy.

Mephistophilus, the name of a Most, greatest. Lurch, to win.

spirit or familiar.

Motion, a kind of puppet-show. Lure, a thing stuffed to tempt | Mercatanté, a merchant. Motion, divinitory agitation. the hawk.

Mere, exact, entire, absolute. Motion, desires.
Lush, rank, luscious.
Mered, mere.

Motions, indignation.
Lust, inclination, will."
Mermaid, siren.

Motive, assistant or mover, that
Luetick, lusty, cheerful, pleasant. Messes, degrees about court. which contributes to motion.
Lusly, saucy.
Metal, lemper.

Mould, earth. Luxurious, lascivious.

Metaphysical, supernatural. Mouse, to mammock, to tear lo Lucuriously, wantonly.

Mete-yard, measuring-yard. pieces.
Lucury, lust.
Mewed, confined.

Mouse, a term of endearment, Lyr, a species of dog

Micher, a truant, a lurking thief. | Mouse-hunt, a weasel


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Mowe. See Moe.

Observing, religiously attentive. Paddock, toad. Moy, a piece of money or a mea- Obsequious, serious, as at funeral Pagan, a loose vicious person sure of corn obsequies, careful of.

Pageant, a dumb show.
Much, an expression of disdain. Obsequiously, funereally. Paid, punished.
Much, strange, wonderful. Obstacle, obstinate.

Pain, penalty.
Muck-water, drain of a dung-hill

. Occupation, men occupied in bu- Pains, labour, toil. Muffler, a kind of dress for the siness.

Palabras, words. lower part of the face. Occurrents, incidents.

Pale, to empale, encircle with a Muliters, muleteers.

Oe, a circle.
Mulled, softened and dispirited. Oeiliad, a cast or glance of the Pall, to wrap, to invest.
Multiplied, multitudinous. .eye. See Eyliads.

Palled, vapid.
Multiplying, multiplied. . Oerdied, died too much. Palmers, holy pilgrims.
Multitudinous, full of multitudes. O'er-looked, slighted.

Palmy, victorious. Mummy, the balsamic liquor of. Oer-parted, having too, consi- Palter, to juggle, or shufle. Mundane, worldly.

derable a part.

Paper, to write down, or apMure, a wall.

O'er-raught, over-reached. point by writing. Murky, dark.

Oer-wrested, wrested beyond the paper, written securities. Murrain, a plague in cattle, truth.

Parcel, reckon up. Muse, to admire, to wonder. Of, through

Parcel-gilt, gilt only on certain Must, a scramble. Offering, the assailant.

parts. Mutine, to rise in mutiny. Office, service.

Parish-lop, a large top formerly Mutines, mutineers.

Offices, culinary or servants' kept in every village to be apartments.

whipped for exercise.

Old, frequent, more than enough. Paritor, an apparitor, an officer
Old age, ages past.

of the bishop's court
Napkin, handkerchief.
Once, sometime,

Parle, parley Napless, threadbare.

Oneyers, accountants, bankers. Parlous, perilous. Native, formed by nature. Opal, a precious stone of almost Parlous, keen, shrewd. Nature, natural parent.

all colours.

Part, to depart. Nay-word, a watch-word.or by- Open, publicly.

Partake, to participate. word. Operant, active.

Partaker, accomplice, cookede Neat, finical.

Opinion, obstinacy, conceit, cha- rate. Neb or nib, the mouth.


Parted, shared. Neeld, needle.

Opposite, adverse, hostile, adver- Parted, endowed with parts.. Neif, fist.


Participate, participant, particiNephew, a grandson or any lineal Opposition, combat.

pating descendant. Or, before.

Partizan, a pike. Nether-stocks, stockings.

Orbs, circles made by the fairies Parts, party, Neuness, innovation.

on the ground.

Pash, a head.
Newt, the eft.
Orchard, a garden.

Pash, to strike with violence
Next, nearest.
Order, measures.

Pashed, bruised, crushed.
Nice, silly, trifling.
Ordinance, rank.

Pass, to decide, to assure a
Nick, reckoning or count. Orgulous, proud, disdainful. convey.
Nick, to set a mark of folly on. Osprey, a kind of eagle. Pass, to exceed, to go beyond
Nighted, made dark as night. Ostent, shew, ostentation.

common bounds. Night-rule, frolic of the night. Ostentation, shew, appearance. Pasşedd, excelling, past alles Nine men's morris, a game.

Overblow, to drive away, to keep pression or bounds. Nobility, distinction, eminence. off.

Passes, what has passed. Nobless, nobleness.

Orerture, opening or discovery. Passing, eminent, egregious. Noddy, fool, a game at cards. Ounce, a small tiger, or tiger-cat. Passion, suffering. Noise, music. Ouph, fairy, goblin.

Passionate, a prey to mournful Nonce, on purpose, for the turn. Ousel-cock, the cock black bird. sensations. Nook-shotten, that which shoots Out, be gone.

Passioning, being in a passioa. Out, full, complete.

Passy-measure, a dance. Northern man, vir borealis, a Outlook, to face down.

Pastry, the room where pasin clown.

Outvied, a term at the game of was made. Note,notiče, information, remark. gleek.

Patch, a term of reproach. Novice, a youth.

Outward, not in the secret of Patched, in a parti-coloured cost Novum, some game at dice.


Path, to walk.
Nourish, to nurse.
Owe, to own, possess, govern.

Pathetical, deeply affecting. Nowl, a head.

Ox-lip, the great cowslip. Patient, to make patient, to com Nurture, education.

posc. Nuthook, a thief.

Patine, a dish used with the cla P.

lice, in the administration of 0.

the Eucharist. Pack, to bargain with.

Pattern, instance, example. Obligations, bonds

Pack, combined, an accomplice. Parin, a dance. Observed, paid respective atten+ Packing, plotting, underhand Paucas, few. tion to

Pay, to beat, to hit.


into capes.

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