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Be thou incapable of change in that which is right, and men will rely upon thee. Establish unto thyself principles of action; and see that thou ever act according to them. First know that thy principles are just, and then be thouMore [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The whore is despised by the hypocritical world because she has made a realistic assessment of her assets and does not have to rely on fraud to make a living. In an area of human relations where fraud is regular practice between the sexes, her honesty is regarded with a mocking wonder.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In complex situations, we may rely too heavily on planning and forecasting and underestimate the importance of random factors in the environment. That reliance can also lead to delusions of control.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Neither should a ship rely on one small anchor, nor should life rest on a single hope.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
To rely upon conviction, devotion, and other excellent spiritual qualities -- that is not to be taken seriously in politics.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The more unpredictable the world is the more we rely on predictions.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It is important to rely on your imagination for your sense of humor and your memory for your truths. Not the other way around.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If most men and women were forced to rely upon physical charm to attract lovers, their sexual lives would be not only meager but in a youth-worshiping country like America painfully brief.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In England we have come to rely upon a comfortable time-lag of fifty years or a century intervening between the perception that something ought to be done and a serious attempt to do it.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The beauty of independence, departure, actions that rely on themselves.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Buddy: What sort of mood do you have to be in for that?
Daphne: Depressed.
Buddy: And what, being groped by a dozen guys at a bachelor party cheers you up?
Daphne: They're harmless... it's just...
Buddy: What?
Daphne: I know what it's like to be the popular girl for an hour.
Buddy: Daphne...
Daphne: This...
Buddy: Today?
Daphne: All of it, every time... makes me... less invested with life at school, or even at home. It's... mine. Just mine. And because of it I don't have to play the game. I don't have to pretend to be friends with people that I hate. I don't need to rely on anyone, not even my parents. It's a little bit of a "fuck you" that helps me get through the day.More [10/14/2005 12:10:00]
John: Hello, Michael. I want to play a game. So far, in what mostly could be called your life, you have made a living watching others. Society would call you an informant. A rat. A snitch. I call you unworthy of the body you possess. Of the life you've been given. Now we will see if you are willing to look inward, rather than outward, to give up the one thing you rely on in order to go on living. The device around your neck is a death mask. The mask is on a string timer. If you do not locate the key in time, the mask will close. Think of it like a Venus Flytrap. What you're looking at right now is your own body, not more than two hours ago. Don't worry, you're sound asleep, and can't feel a thing. Taking into account that you are at a great disadvantage here, I am going to give you a hint as to where I have hidden the key. So listen carefully. The hint is this: It's right in front of your eye. How much blood would you shed to stay alive, Michael? Live or die... Make your choice.More [11/01/2005 12:11:00]
Jim: [as Father Brown, he is asked to give a speech to the town. He reads from a brochure stuck in his Bible that says "An Encounter with a Bear"] Have you ever felt alone, with no one to rely on? Danger on every hand, in a world fraught with danger, and when I looked into my pocket, what did I find? What did I find?
[flips the brochure over - it's an ad for guns]
Jim: Nothing. There's nothing there. It's all in your head. Look, they can take the money from you. They can take the position from you. People turn their back on you. Everything happens to everybody! And you ain't gonna find nothing in your pocket to stave it off. Nothing can stave it off! Power doesn't do it. Because you never have enough. Money? I don't know. You know anyone who's got enough money?
[holds up his Bible]
Jim: Is God good? I don't know. All I know is... something may give you comfort. And maybe you deserve it. If it comforts you to believe in God, then you do it. That's your business.More [12/14/2005 12:12:00]
I just feel, in life, I'm searching for something I can rely on, something that's constant and something that's going to guide me through. And I felt that the Northern Star is a very beautiful image of that.More [03/20/2006 12:03:00]
I knew about magazine covers right away. You're here, then you're gone in four weeks. I could never let my existence rely on that.More [03/30/2006 12:03:00]
Let's face facts, this is visual medium, there's a very high premium put on people who are good-looking. But the minute you rely on that you get yourself in trouble. You certainly don't make a career out of that anymore as an actor.More [04/06/2006 12:04:00]
Not that I think improv is bad, but I just rely more on a character than trying to think of something to say. If something comes out, it comes out.More [06/26/2006 12:06:00]
“I'm pretty organized. I'm pretty controlling. I don't have big plans or designs. But I don't rely on a Palm Pilot or help or other technology-no! I'm barely good with emailing and a fax machine. I organize things in my head; I have a pretty good memory, so that helps me out a lot.”More [08/06/2006 12:08:00]
You can't rely on getting the 20-year old roles, because you simply can't play them any more-but that's fine.More [09/14/2006 12:09:00]
You can't rely on just romantic comedy rhythm.More [11/07/2006 12:11:00]
“Arsenal is a great team with a great coach. Although they come amid a bad spell, we can't rely on that and we must play our best and get the most out of the match.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
“In hindsight, you think, yeah there are things you could have done. But at the time we had multiple sources telling us the information and we had people in positions of authority ... telling us the information was correct. When you have officials telling you something and eyewitnesses telling you something, at some point you have to rely on that information.”More [11/16/2006 12:11:00]
I wouldn't say terrified of it. I mean I'd probably be terrified if I felt I had to rely on it, but it's something I'm doing electively.More [11/27/2006 12:11:00]
“All I know is, I don't do a lot of analysis. I know those words have to move me. I rely on the author. I don't want actors reasoning with me about 'motivation' and all that bull. All I want 'em to do is learn the goddamn lines and don't bump into each other.”More [12/28/2006 12:12:00]
I probably rely on the newspaper for the news. But it isn't consistent, it has a lot to do with my schedule at the time.More [01/17/2007 12:01:00]
“I want to do everything right now! This very minute. I am impatient, but yes I have goals. To be a real well-respected actress whom people know they can rely on to do a good job... whether they like me as a person or not!”More [03/04/2007 12:03:00]
Jack Stanfield: [Jack arrives home] Where are they?
Bill Cox: Through here.
Jack Stanfield: [Jack sees family tied up] Jesus. What is this?
Andy Stanfield: Daddy!
Jack Stanfield: Why have you done this for god's sake?
[removes tape from their mouths]
Jack Stanfield: They're children.
Bill Cox: [Referring to why the family has tape over their mouths] I said if they were trouble. Were they trouble?
Vel: They were noisy.
Willy: Yes. We made an executive decision.
Bill Cox: You are a criminal, Willy, not an executive.
Willy: Yeah, but I thought you said if...
Bill Cox: Shut up, Willy.
Andy Stanfield: Daddy.
Jack Stanfield: I wanna know what you want. And I wanna know now.
Bill Cox: Beth, I am sorry about all of this. I... I am, but well, there we are. Uh. I need you to talk to your husband. He listens to you. I need you to make him understand that if he doesn't do exactly as I ask, I will kill you and your two children. But if you can make him listen Beth, if you can make him do what I want, you'll all walk away from this unpleasantness, unscathed. Not because I'm a nice man, simply because there'll be no reason for me to hurt you. Make sense? Can I rely on your cooperation?
Jack Stanfield: Just tell him yes.
Beth Stanfield: Yes.
Bill Cox: Sarah?
Sarah Stanfield: Fine.
Bill Cox: And you big fella?
Andy Stanfield: Maybe.
Beth Stanfield: [warningly] Andy.
Bill Cox: No, it's all right. It's honest.More [04/05/2007 12:04:00]
Deckard: Say "Kiss me".
Rachael: I can't... rely on... my memories...
Deckard: Say "Kiss me".
Rachael: Kiss me.
Deckard: I want you
Rachael: I want you.
Deckard: Again
Rachael: I want you.
Rachael: Put your hands on me.More [04/06/2007 12:04:00]
Ned Kelly: [narrating] They say the trouble with the Irish is that they rely too much on dreams and not enough on gunpowder. Whereas the English were shy on dreams, as usual, but had plenty of the other. Now we had both.More [04/17/2007 12:04:00]
Ichabod Crane: The millennium is almost upon us. In a few months, we will be living in the nineteenth century. But our courts continue to rely on medieval devices of torture.
High Constable: Stand down.
Ichabod Crane: I stand up for sense and justice.More [06/13/2007 12:06:00]
Capt. Ramsey: You do qualify your remarks. If someone asked me if we should bomb Japan, a simple "Yes." By all means sir, drop that fucker, twice! I don't mean to suggest that you're indecisive, Mr Hunter. Not at all. Just, uh... complicated. 'course, that's the way the Navy wants you. Me, they wanted simple.
Hunter: Well, you certainly fooled them, sir.
Capt. Ramsey: [Chuckles] Be careful there, Mr Hunter. It's all I've got to rely on, being a simple-minded son of a bitch. Rickover gave me my command, a checklist, a target and a button to push. All I gotta know is how to push it, they tell me when. They seem to want you to know why.
Hunter: I would hope they'd want us all to know why, sir.More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
Graduation Speaker: High school is like the training wheels for the bicycle of real life. It is a time for young people to explore different fields of interest and to hopefully learn from their experiences. In coming to terms with my own personal setback, I've learned that I don't need to rely on drugs and alcohol, and that I'm very lucky that more people besides myself and Carrie weren't injured in the accident. And I've learned that to overcome life's obstacles you need faith, hope and, above all, a sense of humor.More [12/18/2007 12:12:00]
Ratigan: Ah, the uniforms! Oh, Fidget, I knew I could rely on you. Now, you didn't forget anything?
Fidget: No problem. I took care of everything. Everything on the list...
[tries to display the list but, to his amazement, the list is gone]
Ratigan: What's wrong?
Fidget: The list... but I know I...
Ratigan: Where's the list?
Fidget: The list, yeah, yeah yeah. Well, you see it was like this. I was in the toy store getting uniforms when I heard a "aroo aroo".
Ratigan: [irritated] You're not coming through.
Fidget: A dog came! I ran! I had baby bonnet, girl in bag, and Basil ch-chased me.
Ratigan: What? Basil on the case? Why, you gibbering, little... hm... hm... HMMMMM!
[restrains himself as Fidget cowers. Then suddenly calms down]
Ratigan: [chuckles] Oh, my dear Fidget. You have been hanging upside down too long.
[lovingly scooping up Fidget he walks toward Felicia's lair]
Fidget: You mean you're not mad? I'm glad you're taking it so well.
[Ratigan rings the dinner bell to summon Felicia]
Fidget: [as he's being eaten] Aaaah! Not me, you idiot! No, stop, you stupid furball! Open up! Open up! You're hurting my wings!
Ratigan: [rubbing his forehead] How dare that idiot Basil poke his stupid nose into my wonderful scheme and foul up everything?More [01/09/2008 12:01:00]
Millie: Hello.
John: Hello.
Millie: Oh wait a minute, don't tell me who you are.
John: No I'm not.
Millie: Oh you are.
John: I'm not.
Millie: Oh you are, I know you are.
John: I'm not, no.
Millie: You look just like him.
John: Do I? You're the first one that's said that ever.
Millie: Yes you do, look.
John: No my eyes are lighter. The nose.
Millie: Oh yes your nose is very.
John: Is it?
Millie: I would have said so.
John: You know him better though.
Millie: I do not. He's only a casual acquaintance.
John: That's what you say.
Millie: What have you heard?
John: It's all over the place.
Millie: Is it? Is it really?
John: But I wouldn't have it. I stuck up for you.
Millie: I knew I could rely on you.
John: Thanks.
Millie: [puts on her glasses] You don't look like him at all.
[John walks away pouting]
John: She looks more like him than I do.More [02/03/2008 12:02:00]
Daniel Larusso: Why do I have to do this with this thing?
Terry Silver: Because it's a part of the training. Because I'm teaching techniques that you don't have. Techniques you'll need to win the tournament. What, do you think you can rely on that crane crap?
[does a phoney impression of it]
Daniel Larusso: Well, I did pretty well with it last time.
Terry Silver: Hey, wake up and smell the coffee, Mr. Larusso. Last time you weren't fighting this.
[shows him a picture of Mike Barnes]More [05/23/2008 12:05:00]
Sir Frederick Bruce:
I need not say that I rely upon your honor, Colonel.

Col. John Beetham:
You shall have no reason... to doubt it.

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Grandmother, you remember my dear Uncle Claudius who prefers the society of pigs to that of the court?

I have asked Claudius to be present at these ceremonies, and to be my guest at dinner tonight.

But grandmother, think of his table manners.

Be silent, you impudent puppy. You take your uncle for a fool, but he's not. I sometimes think he pretends to be one, so as to make fools of us. Far from being a fool, he's the last decent man left alive in Rome. One can rely on him. If he makes a promise he keeps it. And when he swears to the truth, it is the truth. Am I right, Claudius?

[Claudius tries to stammer a reply]

Don't let him start talking, he might have a stroke.

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Well, I guess there are enough of us here.

Maple Tree:
Then speak up!

The children of the woodcutter, your mortal enemy, are on their way here, looking for the blue bird.

Pine Tree:
The blue bird?

I've put as many obstacles in their way as I can, but now it's up to you.

Hickory Tree:
What do you want us to do?

Frighten them! Terrify them! Put the fear of the devil into them! They'll forget what they came for and go back where they belong. Oak, I rely upon you.

Elm Tree:
Oh, this is going to be jolly fun!

Jolly fun? Are you all daft? Didn't you hear what she said? They're looking for the blue bird. What good would it do to frighten them? They'll only come back again and again. We must destroy them!

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Play it once, Sam. For old times' sake.

[lying] I don't know what you mean, Miss Ilsa.

Play it, Sam. Play "As Time Goes By."

[lying] Oh, I can't remember it, Miss Ilsa. I'm a little rusty on it.

I'll hum it for you. Da-dy-da-dy-da-dum, da-dy-da-dee-da-dum...

[Sam begins playing]

Sing it, Sam.

[singing] You must remember this / A kiss is still a kiss / A sigh is just a sigh / The fundamental things apply / As time goes by. / And when two lovers woo, / They still say, "I love you" / On that you can rely / No matter what the future brings-...

[rushing up] Sam, I thought I told you never to play-...

[Sees Ilsa. Sam closes the piano and rolls it away]

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Admiral Canaris:

German Officer:
There's nothing new from Madrid, Admiral. The FĂĽhrer has told his conference that the documents are undoubtedly genuine.

Admiral Canaris:
You mean HE doesn't doubt them.

German Officer:
He's quite sure.

Admiral Canaris:
The FĂĽhrer, of course, has certain advantages over mere intelligence officers like you and me, Frederick. He has his intuition, whereas we have to rely on our brains. And he's sure God is on his side.

German Officer:
But you are not?

Admiral Canaris:
I do not believe that God is on my side to the extent of sending me the enemy's plans.

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Arthur Seaton:
Brother here for long?

Fortnight. There's one thing about him though, you know, he'll always help me if I'm in any sort of trouble. If anyone does owt' against me, I can always rely on him. I was with him and his pal and we set on a bloke... never want to do 'owt like that again.

Arthur Seaton:
Aye but people like that should be careful though, never to pick on the wrong bloke. I saw a fight like that once, this was with two soldiers an' all. They set on to a bloke and he wiped the floor with the both of them. It was horrible, blood all over the place, I had to turn me 'ead away.

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As I was saying, Alex, you can be instrumental in changing the public verdict. Do you understand, Alex? Have I made myself clear?

As an unmuddied lake, Fred. As clear as an azure sky of deepest summer. You can rely on me, Fred.

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Rev. Mr. LaSalle:
I will read over the dead now. My Bible, please. Mister, uh...

Judge Roy Bean:

Rev. Mr. LaSalle:

Judge Roy Bean:
Roy Bean. Judge Roy Bean. I am the law in this area.

Rev. Mr. LaSalle:
What has qualified you as such?

Judge Roy Bean:
I know the law. And I have spent my entire life in its flagrant disregard. But I had never killed a man before. Oh, I had shot at some... in self-defense or blind fright, but I never hit anyone. So God must have directed my bullets. Why, he even sent an angel to deliver this weapon


Judge Roy Bean:

Rev. Mr. LaSalle:
Just how do you intend to dispense this law?

Judge Roy Bean:
With this


Judge Roy Bean:
and a rope.

Rev. Mr. LaSalle:
And will you rely again on the grace of God?

Judge Roy Bean:
Well, I intend to


Judge Roy Bean:
practice and give Him some help. Get on with the reading.

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Dr. Bart Keppel:
Tania Baker is the kind of girl that a man doesn't like to admit he knows at all, and certainly not if he's married, and I am married. I hope I can rely on your discretion, Lt., now that you know?

Lt. Columbo:
Oh, absolutely, Sir. Nothing to worry about. No, I'm from homicide, I'm not from the vice squad.

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Charles E. Quayle:
Scotty, you've got to bring the pony in.

Scotty Pirie:
No, I won't!

Charles E. Quayle:

Scotty Pirie:
If I do, they'll take him!

Charles E. Quayle:
You can't hide him forever. Scotty, you've got to learn to rely on the law and not defy it. If you bring the pony in, he'll be safe in the police pound, and we shall make a fair decision as to whose pony it is.

Scotty Pirie:
He's mine!

Charles E. Quayle:
Then I think you better bring him in and prove it. Trust me, Scotty. One day, you're going to have to trust somebody.

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The Deacon:
If the Lord had meant us to rely on geriatrics; he wouldn't have given us the supreme court.

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The Judge:
I thought I could rely on your honor!

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In heaven and earth, you are all I can rely on. Whether going along with you will bring about misfortune or hope for now I do not know. But there is no going back now!

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Robin Leach:
Good evening, I'm Robin Leach. The producers of Sledge Hammer! have asked me to explain tonight's episode. Let me be frank - it is an attempt to boost ratings. There are many ways to do this: better scripts, more warmth and big-name guest stars. But, we're desperate. So on tonight's episode, we're gonna to rely on four sure-fire ratings grabbers: sex, violence, rock music, and, best of all, a cliffhanger ending that will keep our viewers glued to the edge of their seats until next season. Thus, ensuring there will be a next season. Trust me. I know what I'm doing.

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Leonard Scruby:
Now, this is your affidavit, Mr Miles. It sets out your reason for applying for care and control.

Mark Varda:
Should be alright. Bound to be, really. Can always rely on Kirby Smith for a genuinely reactionary decision.

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Yves Perret:
There you go thinking again. That will be the cause of your downfall. Try... try to control your fear. These men are convicted killers and fugitives. They won't last long on the outside.

Mr. Perret, we cannot rely on the police. I insist...

Yves Perret:
Don't insist! Insistent people make me angry. Everything is under control.

[Slams remote]

Yves Perret:
[to Requin] Cover your tracks.

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Rachel Flax:
One thing you can rely on about your father: He can't be relied on.

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Leo Sweetie:
Here at Leo Sweetie Cadillac we rely on three principles that I call The Three S's of Sales, Axel.

Paul Leger:
Three S's of Sales: Seduction, Sexy, Psychology.

Axel Blackmar:
No, Psychology starts with a P.

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Sailor Galaxia:
Teamwork is a pitiful illusion! The only one you can rely on in this vast galaxy is yourself!

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Mr. Kasden:
[reading from a book] "Near the end of March, 1845, I borrowed an axe and went down to the woods by Walden pond. Nearest to where I...”

Mr. Kasden:
What's the most important word in that sentence?


Mr. Kasden:
Borrowed. The important thing to remember about The Transcendentalists, is that while self-reliance is a most admirable trait, Thoreau wasn't really all that alone out there by Waldon pond. He had neighbour's, friends, people he could rely on. We should all be so lucky.

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Alexandra Amberson:
If there's no hope, no magic, I'll have to rely on myself.

[as Wendy] Match wits with a creature older than time? Match wits with a prince of the dark dominions? Pit your tiny twentieth century mind against one who walked the spaces between the worlds, and trod the wings of angels beneath his conquering feet? Alexandra, you're a delight! Really, you are.

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King Arthur:
Is there any news? Have the knights found Excalibur?

I'm afraid not, sire.

King Arthur:
Then I'll go after it myself.

No. You must regain your strength.

King Arthur:
Is there anything your magic can do?

You must rely on the courage of your people.

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Supreme Chancellor:
Remember back to your early teachings. "All who gain power are afraid to lose it." Even the Jedi.

Anakin Skywalker:
The Jedi use their power for good.

Supreme Chancellor:
Good is a point of view, Anakin. The Sith and the Jedi are similar in almost every way, including their quest for greater power.

Anakin Skywalker:
The Sith rely on their passion for their strength. They think inward, only about themselves.

Supreme Chancellor:
And the Jedi don't?

Anakin Skywalker:
The Jedi are selfless... they only care about others.

Supreme Chancellor:
Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth Plagueis "the wise"?

Anakin Skywalker:

Supreme Chancellor:
I thought not. It's not a story the Jedi would tell you. It's a Sith legend. Darth Plagueis was a Dark Lord of the Sith, so powerful and so wise he could use the Force to influence the midichlorians to create life... He had such a knowledge of the dark side that he could even keep the ones he cared about from dying.

Anakin Skywalker:
He could actually save people from death?

Supreme Chancellor:
The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural.

Anakin Skywalker:
What happened to him?

Supreme Chancellor:
He became so powerful... the only thing he was afraid of was losing his power, which eventually, of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his apprentice everything he knew, then his apprentice killed him in his sleep. It's ironic he could save others from death, but not himself.

Anakin Skywalker:
Is it possible to learn this power?

Supreme Chancellor:
Not from a Jedi.

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[Christopher is stoned]

Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.:
I called you here, 'cause I got something to tell you. From now on, I'm gonna rely on you more and more, 'cause you're the only one I can fully trust. Sil and Paulie... they're old friends, but you're one thing they're not.

Christopher Moltisanti:
What's that, T?

Anthony 'Tony' Soprano Sr.:
Blood. You're gonna lead this family into the 21st Century.

Christopher Moltisanti:
Well, Tony, technically we're already in the 21st Century...

[Tony looks at him, confused]

Christopher Moltisanti:
Forget about it. You won't regret this, T.

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Look, I know you're upset but if we're going to have to rely on me being the level-headed one, we're going to have some serious problems.

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