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The History of Parachute Pants -- Bettina Palileo
Parachute pants are characterized by their material. Just like actual parachutes, they are made of nylon, allowing them to be lightweight and durable. The crotch is low and pockets and zippers adorn ...

About The History of Birthday Candles -- Peggy Epstein
When the iced and decorated cake is brought to the table at a birthday party, it's ablaze with candles. A longstanding tradition, the lighting of birthday candles is said to have started with the ...

About Flamenco Dancing -- Debra Stein
Flamenco dancing is much more than a pattern of steps or a style of movement. It is defined by the emotional interpretation of music and song, and the influence of a culture that shaped its form. ...

About Barn Dancing -- Kaye Wagner
Today, barn dancing provides the same function that it did hundreds of years ago; it provides a group, family or community with the opportunity to socialize and celebrate. Today, barn dancing can ...

Rose Wine History -- Marika Josephson
Rosé, whose French name means "pink" or "reddish," is a light red wine whose popularity with wine connoisseurs in the United States has always been tenuous due to its apparent similarity to sweet ...

Chinese Shoes From China's History -- Catalina Bixler
Archeological finds, ancient texts and art works reveal how the Chinese people historically responded to geological and natural changes, which influenced the evolution of their shoes. The military ...

Types of Wooden Shoes -- Mitchell Land
The term "clog" can refer to any shoe that is made of wood and is often associated with the popular Dutch variety; however, there are many types of wooden shoes that have developed out of various ...

The History of Chinese String Instruments -- Lee Millisaw
Chinese stringed instruments date back well over 2,000 years. Some instruments, such as the erhu and the guqin, are considered symbols of Chinese cultural heritage. Over the centuries, many stringed ...

History of Western Education -- Joshua Wallace
The History of Western Education is a vast subject and beyond the scope of this article to cover in its entirety. However, the essential theme concerning Western Education involves the technological ...

Why Do the French Wear Berets? -- Kathryn White
Early Origins The ancient Greeks first used a beret style hat in the 5th century BC, 2500 years ago. The "pilos," as they called it, was practical and water tight because it lacked any seams.The ...

The History of Denim Jackets -- Todd Burton
Denim Denim is a specific cotton fabric that has been an important part of American culture. While usually blue, it can also come in various colors when dyed. While usually white or black, it can be ...

Masquerade Masks History -- Catalina Bixler
The hauntingly beautiful masks of the Carnival masquerade festivities of Venice, Italy, have a history that dates to the thirteenth century. The story of the masks from the Italian city features war ...

The History of Oreos -- Kim Kenney
Nabisco, originally known as the National Biscuit Country, introduced the Oreo Biscuit on March 6, 1912. Although Hydrox cookies were invented two years earlier, Oreos would become the most popular ...

History of the Gong -- Ingrid Hansen
A gong is an ancient musical instrument that originated in Asia. The origins of the gong have been traced as far back as 2000 B.C. However, it is believed that the gong was used long before this ...

The History of Kettles -- Maureen Katemopoulos
To tea drinkers, there is nothing more cheering than the sound of a whistling tea kettle. It signals that a piping-hot cup of refreshing tea is close at hand. Of course, the same can be said of all ...

The History of Teriyaki Sauce -- Maureen Katemopoulos
Chicken teriyaki is usually among the most popular items on the menu at the average Japanese restaurant in the United States, although it may be a surprise to learn that it does not feature on menus ...

The History of Firecrackers -- Catalina Bixler
Pieces of green bamboo burning in fire makes a loud popping noise because of the segmented sections trapping air and sap heating to bursting. These "firecrackers" helped early Chinese peasants during ...

The History of Pastry Arts -- Amanda C Boyce
For centuries throughout Europe, many families practiced bread-baking and created their own traditional desserts, but the art of pastry was cultivated mainly by artists who sold their pieces to the ...

The History of Bolo Ties -- Nina Makofsky
The history of bolo ties is an area of heated debate amid the world of men's fashion. The fact is, men around the world have adopted the look and want to call it their own, whether they're ...

The History of Cargo Pants -- Collaborator
Although cargo pants were a major fashion trend in the 1990s, the history of these pants is purely functional. First worn by soldiers as early as the 1930s, cargo pants provided storage and easy ...

The History of Satin Fabric -- Tucker Cummings
Satin is a luxurious fabric that has been prized for centuries. Over the years, it has been used been used for beautiful clothing, bedding, wedding gowns, ballet shoes, lingerie, and even the lining ...

The History of Chai Tea -- Robin Coe
Chai originated in India, Nepal, Tibet and Pakistan. The word "chai" is a generic word that means "tea" in those regions. Chai means a spiced tea mixed with milk and sweetener. The most common "chai" ...

The History of Caricature -- Chris Carson
Comically exaggerating the features of the famous and powerful, caricatures have been used in politics and the entertainment industry for decades. However, the origin of the art form is much older ...

The History of Gnomes -- Michael Hinckley
Their stone likenesses guard gardens and they are the stuff of legend. Gnomes are sometimes depicted as kindly, old men and other times as vicious, malicious beasts. Learning the history of gnomes, ...

The History of Gumballs -- Anjus Chiedozie
A gumball is fancy form of gum---a ball of gum coated with hard candy and often dispensed from a gumball machine. The gumball is the result of a combination of innovations, most of which were made in ...

The History of Freestyle Dancing -- Sarka-Jonae Miller
Freestyle dancing is a comprehensive term that covers styles of dance that were created outside of dance studios. Also called street dancing, this type of dance was developed in clubs and on the ...

Origins of Canadian Thanksgiving -- Adam Dawson
Every year Canadians celebrate the holiday of Thanksgiving. It takes place on the second Monday in October and was traditionally celebrated to give thanks to God for a successful harvest. Although ...

The History of Loose Leaf Paper -- Lisa Russell
Origins of Paper Size Do you ever wonder why letter-size paper is 8.5-by-11 inches and not 9-by-12 or some other size? It has to do with the length of the vat men's reach. When paper was ...

History of Japanese Lanterns -- Catalina Bixler
Visiting Japan includes looking at the array of beautiful stone and paper lanterns so long a tradition in the small nation. With its introduction by a traveler from the Asian continent in the 1500s ...

History of the Lawn Sprinkler -- Jason Tyson
The use of water sprinklers has revolutionized the watering of lawns and the irrigation of fields. Widespread domestic use of sprinklers began in the mid-20th century, and the sprinkler continues to ...

The History of Fingernail Polish -- Joel Union
Fingernail polish is a popular beauty product used all around the world. It has been in use for thousands of years and has been made from many unique combinations of substances. Anyone can buy and ...

The History of Equal Opportunity Employment USA (advanced) -- Taylor Kincaid
The history of Equal Opportunity Employment stemmed from large grassroots efforts from minority groups, particularly African Americans. The fervent anti-discrimination movement began in the early ...

About Campfire Songs -- Dawn R. Levesque
Camp songs--those frivolous lyrics we sang over and over again around a campfire or on a school bus--actually served a purpose at one time. Both inspirational and familiar, camp songs are deep-rooted ...

The History of Eating Utensils -- Amanda Hermes
Knives, forks, and spoons are things that many all take for granted. Every household has a drawer full of them and you can even buy disposable ones. Surprisingly, modern eating utensils took a long ...

The History of Pointillism (advanced) -- Anjus Chiedozie
ointillism is a style of painting that, instead of strokes of paint, comprises paint dots. The style is supposed to give you the ability to mix the dots in such a way that you come away with the same ...

The History of Mandala -- Chris Carson
The mandala is one of humankind's most ancient art forms. With the circle as its basis, it reflects eternity and all of nature: the sun, the moon and even the bird's nest. Types of mandalas ...

History of Coffee Beans -- Evelyn McCormack
The history of the coffee bean is as rich as a double espresso and dates back to the 6th century. Its story begins in Ethiopia, then travels from one destination to another as man begins to discover ...

Motion Picture Camera History (advanced) -- Lee Grayson
Early parlor amusements and child's toys used the illusion of movement to create interest. Magic lanterns used candles or gas to provide light to illuminate slide images that were projected onto ...

Jeans Fashion History -- Collaborator
Blue jeans could be considered the cornerstone of American fashion. It transcends gender and age---everyone wears jeans! Though jeans have changed significantly in purpose and style since their ...

History of Martial Arts Belts -- Rhonda Wanamaker
The Japanese martial art Judo was the first of the martial arts to use a colored belt system to mark the progress of its practitioners. Judo's inventor, Dr. Kano Jigoro, introduced the belt ...

History of the Amaryllis Flower -- Michelle Fortunato
In Greek lore, the amaryllis flower is named for a shepherdess whose love for a gardener was unrequited. Endeavoring to impress Alteo, Amaryllis walked the path to his door for one month, piercing ...

The History of Dutch Wooden Clogs -- Margaret Montet
Wooden shoes have been popular in the Netherlands for about 700 years. Wooden shoe wearers claim the shoes are warm in winter, cool in summer and provide support for good posture. The wood also ...

How Does Granite Get Made Into Countertops? -- Ezmeralda Lee
Introduction to Granite Granite is one of the hardest rocks that there is. There are only a few things that can cut granite, one being another piece of granite, and the other a diamond-edged saw. A ...

How to Make an Aboriginal Boomerang -- Brian Adler
An Aboriginal boomerang is a throwing stick. Thrown into the air, it curves away from the thrower before arcing back and returning. Traditionally made of a tree root, the native peoples of Australia ...

How Does a Mirror Work? -- Ann Johnson
What is a Mirror Mirrors are a familiar object, primarily used to allow a person to see their own reflection. You'll find them hanging in bathrooms and powder rooms, and used to face bedroom ...

What is Popcorn Made Of? -- Ruby Martes
People have been eating popcorn for thousands of years. It was originally discovered by Native Americans in prehistoric times. Popcorn is a type of corn, and has the scientific name Zea mays everta. ...

How Are Cell Phones Made (advanced) -- Josienita Borlongan
Various steps and processes are involved in the creation of a cell phone. Each cell-phone company may market a different style or model of phone, but the production of each one of those phones ...

About Cinnamon Rolls -- Collaborator
Also known as cinnamon buns, cinnamon rolls are sweet doughy breads that pull apart. Sticky buns are a common variant, featuring nuts and a sticky, caramel or sugar glaze. Their signature sweet ...

About Spaghetti Sauce -- Karen Ellis
A lot of people think of spaghetti sauce as something that comes out of a jar. In fact, manufacturers have worked hard to create a tasty product that is a convenient sauce for the busy cook. However, ...

Facts About Women's Rights in the USA -- Kelly Kaufmann
The history of women's rights in the United States reaches back to the 19th century. Origins The origin of the women's rights movement in the United States can be connected to the ...

The History of Origami & Paper Folding -- Erin Maurer
Origami, the art of paper folding, has unclear origins. Some historians believe that the art began in China around 2,000 years ago with the invention of paper. However, there is no clear evidence to ...

The History of Hazelnuts -- Marci Degman
Within the world market, hazelnuts rank second to almonds in commercial production. Most are grown in Turkey, but the United States is responsible for a small percentage, which are mainly grown in ...

History of the Jack-in-the-Box Toy -- Paula Swenson
No one knows for certain where and when the first jack-in-the-box toy was made, but the toy can be reliably traced back to the Middle Ages. A brightly painted box with a hinged lid and a crank, when ...

About Rubber -- Neal Litherland
Rubber There are two kinds of rubber that exist in the world today. Those are natural rubber, which comes from the rubber tree, and synthetic rubber, or synthetic latex. Rubber trees are grown mostly ...

Facts About the Sun & How It Contributes to Earth -- Tammy Curry
Life on Earth is dependent upon the sun's energy. The sun's energy affects plant growth, climate, and weather. The sun is the largest object in the Milky Way Galaxy. It is the only star in ...

Snowboarding Apparel & How It's Made -- Mercedes Valladares
Extreme sports like snowboarding have changed the approach athletic designers take to develop apparel for these athletes. Although fabric choice, comfort and protection are key to the design, style ...

How to Make an Ice Cream Cake -- Collaborator
Impress your friends and make a home made ice cream cake instead of buying one from the store. This is a great cake to serve at a casual birthday party. Decide what kind of ice cream cake you want to ...

How Is Vodka Made? -- Maggie Hira
General Overview Vodka is one of the world's most popular distilled alcoholic beverages. In much of the world, its popularity owes to its convenient use in many cocktails such as vodka tonic, ...

Information About Light Bulbs for Kids -- Evan Selinske
Can you imagine having to live and work in the dark? Before the invention of the light bulb, people used a variety of different ways to light their way at night. Wax candles and lamps that burned oil ...

10 tips to help you fall asleep -- Chatelaine
Marnie Evans* was on vacation with her husband and kids in Northern Ontario three years ago when her allergy medication ran out. Instead of risking a medical emergency, she headed to the local ...

More Than Mere Magic Mushrooms -- Bill Weir, C. Michael Kim, David Miller, Justin Bare & Mark Monroy
This week we're talking about fungus two ways. One that can survive exclusively on polyurethane and another that can replace Styrofoam. Both polyurethane and styrofoam are not biodegradable, so ...

Big Bands of the Sixties -- Lacee Burton
The Sixties was a decade of change. During the Sixties, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, Martin Luther King Jr. gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech, the Vietnam War began and man ...

The History of Designer Handbags -- Debby Mayne
The handbag a woman carries often says more about her than the fact that she needs a vessel to contain her belongings. It may show her sense of taste, style, place in society and economic status. ...

What Is the Origin of Wine Glasses? -- Linda Harris
Wine glasses have taken on many different shapes and forms throughout history from their humble beginnings during the Bronze Age. Earliest Vessels In the Bronze Age, the earliest wine-drinking ...

History of Japanese Silk Painting -- Stephen Johnson
Silk painting is a form of art that originated in India and Eastern Asia and has stood the test of time. Silk paintings date back to 200 CE in India, where wax resist and Batik techniques are traced. ...

History of Cartooning -- Donna J. Connet
What would we do without cartoons and animation? Most likely, nothing. Animation has, in one way or another, made it into nearly every aspect of our daily living. Animation is not only what is seen ...

USA Memory Championships competitors provide tips for remembering the stuff we always forget -- Eric Adelson
The event includes memorizing 99 names, a shuffled deck of cards, a poem, and a list of 500 words. We'll find our keys. Memory competitor Mike Mirski (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) We forget. Every day, ...

What Is the Origin of the Name Colorado? -- Lori Weaver
The state of Colorado is a favorite among tourists, boasting beautiful scenery and world-renowned skiing. The many hues of its varied geography have earned it the nickname Colorful Colorado. The name ...

The History of Hand Puppets -- Christina Hamlett
As far back as prehistoric times, people have used their hands to help convey stories to others. What originally began as simple shadows reflected on the walls of fire-lit caves grew to include ...

History of Chinese Teapots -- Joanne Robitaille
Tea is popular the world over. Tea itself is Chinese in origin, so it should be no surprise that the use of teapots is as well. The part that is surprising is that the invention of teapots came at ...

What Is the Origin of the Faberge Egg? -- Paul Cartmell
Peter Carl Faberge was the Russian court jeweler to czars Alexander III and Nicholas II, for whom his company produced annual decorated Easter eggs beginning in 1885. History The Russian Orthodox ...

The History of the Radio City Rockettes -- Michelle Strait
The Radio City Rockettes are a popular dance troupe based in New York City. The troupe is world-famous for its high-kicking precise routines. An article on the National Dance Week website describes ...

What Is the Origin of Jamaican Music? -- Lee Millisaw
Jamaican music encompasses a wide range of styles such as ska, rocksteady, dancehall and reggae. Many of these styles influenced one another and can trace their origins back to a combination of ...

History of Gothicism -- Joanne Robitaille
Ask most people what Gothic is and the general response has something to do with teenagers dressed all in black listening to depressing music. Gothicism as an art form is centuries older. It's ...

The Origins of Rumba -- Charlie Higgins
Rumba is a musical genre and dance of West African origins that developed in Havana, Cuba, during the 19th century. Though the genre has broken off into numerous variations and sub-genres throughout ...
Re: The Origins of Rumba -- Pablo T. Banguela
Dear Higgins, I am Cuban and though I am not a musician, I love the music of my country. Your article is really very well-written, you are well-informed. Thank you for your article.But you failed to ...

What Is the Origin of Table Setting? -- Cameron Delaney
The modern-day table setting dates back to medieval England, when the salt cellar, or container, served as the centerpiece and guests brought their own utensils to dinner. Forks and china are ...

What Is the Origin of the Phrase Hang Ten? -- Daniella Lauren
The phrase "hang ten" originated in the 1960s surfing culture, and refers to a specific move on the surfboard. The phrase is used by surfing enthusiasts around the world. Identification A surfer ...

What is the Origin of Neck Ties? -- Karen Ellen
Originally the distinction of a warrior, neck ties in various forms have existed for more than two millennia. When the panache they added to a military uniform was noted and copied by European ...

The History of Bell-Bottoms -- Collaborator
Bell-bottom pants, so named for the "bell-like" flare at the bottom of the pants, have gone through several stylistic renovations since their conception in the early 19th century. Origin of ...

What Is the Origin of the Name Tic Tac Toe? -- Meredith Veto
Tic tac toe, whose name has several variations according to its players' geographical location, is a simple game that all children have once given a try. Its name has a fairly straightforward ...

Where Did String Puppets Originate? -- Katy Doran
The story of the exact origin of string puppets has likely been lost to the cavalcade of history. A legend from India claims that the first puppeteer, Adi Nat, was born from the mouth of the creator, ...

The History of Chocolate Easter Eggs -- Alison Ingraham
Along with its celebration as a Christian holiday, Easter has become very commercialized. Easter bunnies, Easter egg hunts, chocolate Easter eggs and other assorted sweet treats are all part of the ...

What Is the Origin of Cartooning? -- Louie Doverspike
Defining cartooning is as hard as defining the word "art." It is a field that includes a variety of mediums, artists, stories and methods. Most broadly defined, cartoons are simply illustrations done ...

About Fried Rice -- Lindsay Woodland
Fried rice is a staple food of many cuisines and cultures, prized for its versatility and economy. Although fried rice has Chinese roots, American, Cuban, Indonesian and Hawaiian versions are popular ...

Origin of Anniversary Cakes -- Maureen Katemopoulos
The history of wedding and anniversary cakes can be traced back to the Roman Empire (509 to 27 B.C.). Of course, the appearance and substance of these types of cakes have changed markedly since then. ...

The History of Satin Fabric -- Tucker Cummings
Satin is a luxurious fabric that has been prized for centuries. Over the years, it has been used been used for beautiful clothing, bedding, wedding gowns, ballet shoes, lingerie, and even the lining ...

How Long Can You Go Without Sleep? -- Lylah M. Alphonse
Parents might feel like they forgo sleep as soon as they bring their baby home, but the longest any person has gone without sleep (on purpose) has been 11 straight days. There were a few side ...

The History of San Agustin Church in Manila, Philippines -- Rianne Hill Soriano
The San Agustin Church is located within Manila's walled city Intramuros. It is the oldest existing stone church in the Philippines. Known as the first religious structure built in the northern ...

What Is the Origin of White Bread? -- J.K. Allen
"The greatest thing since sliced bread" may be a phrase we're all familiar with, however it may be less well known that white bread has been enjoyed for thousands of years and has even been used ...

The History of Italian Ice -- Ginger Jones
Italian ice has a long and often-debated history. Many people enjoy this tasty treat during the summer, while others enjoy it year-round, stocking their freezers with their favorite flavors. Italian ...

History of Spanish Dancing -- Nicaela Crawford
The enthralling beauty, grace and demanding technique of Spanish dance have captivated audiences for centuries. Bolero, fandango, flamenco (to name only a few)--these styles of dance are absolutely ...

Charles Darwin & the Origin of Species -- David Harris
Charles Darwin was a British scientist who lived in the 19th century. He is best known for developing the theories of evolution and natural selection. Identification "The Origin of Species" is one of ...

The History of U.S. Service Dogs -- Alex Burke
Service dogs can go anywhere their owners go. They are allowed to travel in the passenger area of airplanes, hang out in restaurants, retail stores and banks. Service dogs are working dogs providing ...

The History of French Desserts -- Rachel Roberts Quartarone
The word "dessert" comes from the French word "desservir" which means "to clear the table." The word was first used during the 17th century to describe the offering of sweets (usually fruit or ...

Ford Car History -- Rob Wagner
The Ford car was created by Henry Ford, who founded the Ford Motor Company. The company's corporate headquarters is located in Dearborn, Michigan. Ford's first mass-produced car, the Model T, ...

What Is the Origin of Mardi Gras Masks & Costumes? -- Kim Kenney
New Orleans has been celebrating Mardi Gras since the 18th century. The Krewe of Comus, a secret society or private social club, put on the first Mardi Gras parade in 1857. Masks and costumes have ...

The History of Marionette Puppets -- Tucker Cummings
Marionettes are puppets manipulated by strings or rods. Marionettes have a rich and vibrant history that surpasses most other forms of puppetry. With roots in ancient Egypt, marionettes are one of ...

What Is the Origin of Gift Wrapping -- Collaborator
The origin of gift wrapping dates to Victorian times, when elaborate card making blossomed into fancy wrapping papers for the presents. It has since made its way into other holiday gift-giving ...

Where Was the First Ribbon Candy Invented? -- Virginia A. Gorg
Credit is given to F.B. Washurn for inventing the first ribbon candy in Brockton, Massachusetts, in a small area within the Washburn Bakery. A few of the other first products of Washburn were the ...

What Is the Origin of Blues Music? -- Virginia A. Gorg
The blues is an American musical form that draws from numerous older musical traditions. A product of America's cultural melting pot, it originated in the American South before spreading and ...

History of Soup -- Kyle Martin
Soup is considered to be as old as the history of cooking. In times when food was scarce, dumping various ingredients into a pot to boil was not only cheap, it was filling. Its simple constitution ...

What is the Origin of Vanilla Extract? -- Christina Martinez
Vanilla extract's history begins near the equator with the origin of the vanilla bean. A gap of about 300 years separates the origin of the vanilla orchid crop with the origin of vanilla extract. ...

The Origin of Exponents (advanced lesson) -- Laurel Brown
Exponents indicate that a number should be multiplied by itself repeatedly and are used to shorten and clarify mathematical notation. As a result, if you wanted to multiple 10 by itself eight times, ...

What Is the Origin of Guacamole? -- Collaborator
Green, smooth and tasty, guacamole is a staple food in Latin American cuisine. Akin with its rich flavor, guacamole has an equally rich origin. What is Guacamole? Guacamole is a green sauce made ...

What Is the Origin of the Engagement Ring? -- Jason Chavis
An engagement ring is not merely a decorative object, but also a symbol of the union between two people. Throughout history, the engagement ring has been used to both implement the promise of a ...

What Is the Origin of Iron? -- Marc Chase
Iron, one of the most abundant elements on Earth, helped give rise to entire civilizations and is the key ingredient in steel, without which many of our modern structures would not be standing. The ...

What Is the Origin of Dominos? -- Cicely A. Richard
Dominos is a board game played all over the world. Some countries have taken this simple board game and made it part of their cultural landscape. The game is popular with people of all ages, races ...

What Is the Origin of the Banjo? -- Leslie Whittaker
Wrongly believed by many to be an American instrument, the banjo dates back centuries with its earliest origins found in the Middle East and Africa. While it slowly evolved for centuries, it was not ...

What Is the Origin of the Zodiac? -- Megan Shoop
Both the Greek and the Chinese zodiac are astrological systems consisting of 12 symbols. In the Greek zodiac, four of the symbols are represented by human figures, while the rest are animals. In the ...

History of Log Cabins -- T.A. Workman
Countries were founded on early settlers, the hardworking, "sun up to sun down" people. The pioneer log cabin is the very epitome of this lifestyle. The log cabin, constructed by hand, requires skill ...

The History of Accounting -- T.A. Workman
The history of accounting lies almost in the beginning of human civilization. The early agricultural practices of Mesopotamia were matched by the developments of accounting practice. Naturally, since ...

St. Patrick's Day & the Origin of Pinching -- Robert Vaux
St. Patrick's Day is the Irish national holiday, celebrating the nation's patron St. Patrick who brought Christianity to Ireland. Traditions include drinking beer, participating in parades ...

The Origin of the Olive Tree -- Hayley Pangle
The olive is one of the oldest cultivated crops known to man and is still widely grown in the Mediterranean. An olive tree can have a life expectancy of 500 years and is hearty enough to grow back if ...

The History of Gambling in China -- Maureen Katemopoulos
Because China has an ongoing tradition of enjoying a wager, the history of Chinese gambling is really a work in progress. While no legal gambling takes place on the China mainland, bettors have ...
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