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{adj: abreast, au courant, au fait, up on} being up to particular standard or level especially in being up to date in knowledge
"kept abreast of the latest developments"
"constant revision keeps the book au courant"
"always au fait on the latest events"
"up on the news"



{adj: active} of the sun; characterized by a high level activity in sunspots and flares and radio emissions
<-> quiet

{adj: advanced} at a higher level in training or knowledge or skill
"an advanced degree"
"an advanced text in physics"
"special seminars for small groups of advanced students at the University"

{adj: belowground, underground} under the level of the ground
"belowground storage areas"
"underground caverns"

{adj: bottom-up} of an approach to a problem that begins with details and works up to the highest conceptual level
"bottom-up parser"
"a bottom-up model of the reading process"
<-> top-down

{adj: confidential} the level of official classification for documents next above restricted and below secret; available only to persons authorized to see documents so classified

{adj: crowning} representing a level of the highest possible achievement or attainment
"the crowning accomplishment of his career"

{adj: elevated} raised above ground level; on elevated rails
"elevated railway"

{adj: even} being level or straight or regular and without variation as e.g. in shape or texture; or being in the same plane or at the same height as something else (i.e. even with)
"an even application of varnish"
"an even floor"
"the road was not very even"
"the picture is even with the window"
<-> uneven

{adj: flat, level, plane} having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another
"a flat desk"
"acres of level farmland"
"a plane surface"
"skirts sewn with fine flat seams"

{adj: gimbaled} supported on gimbals and remaining steady or level when the base tips

{adj: ground-floor} on the floor closest to level with the ground
"the ground-floor entrance is kept locked"

{adj: healthy, intelligent, levelheaded, level-headed, sound} exercising or showing good judgment
"healthy scepticism"
"a healthy fear of rattlesnakes"
"the healthy attitude of French laws"
"healthy relations between labor and management"
"an intelligent solution"
"a sound approach to the problem"
"sound advice"
"no sound explanation for his decision"

{adj: high-level, high-altitude} occurring at or from a relative high altitude
"high-level bombing"

{adj: high-level, high-ranking, upper-level} at an elevated level in rank or importance
"a high-level official"
"a high-level corporate briefing"
"upper-level management"

{adj: higher} of education beyond the secondary level
"higher education"
"higher learning"

{adj: inoffensive, uncontroversial} not offensive
"an inoffensive level"

{adj: intermediate} lying between two extremes in time or space or degree
"going from sitting to standing without intermediate pushes with the hands"
"intermediate stages in a process"
"intermediate stops on the route"
"an intermediate level"
<-> first, last

{adj: irregular} of a surface; not level or flat
"walking was difficult on the irregular cobblestoned surface"

{adj: level} being on a precise horizontal plane
"a billiard table must be level"

{adj: level} oriented at right angles to the plumb
"the picture is level"

{adj: low-level, low-altitude} occurring at a relatively low altitude
"a low-level strafing run"

{adj: low-level} at a low level in rank or importance
"a low-level job"
"low-level discussions"

{adj: low-lying} having a small elevation above the ground or horizon or sea level
"low-lying clouds"

{adj: lowland} of relatively low or level country
<-> upland

{adj: middle-level} intermediate in rank or position
"middle-level management"

{adj: multilevel} of a building having more than one level

{adj: normal} conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal
"serve wine at normal room temperature"
"normal diplomatic relations"
"normal working hours"
"normal word order"
"normal curiosity"
"the normal course of events"
<-> abnormal

{adj: off} below a satisfactory level
"an off year for tennis"
"his performance was off"

{adj: out of true, untrue} not accurately fitted; not level
"the frame was out of true"
"off-level floors and untrue doors and windows"

{adj: overhand, overhanded, overarm} with hand brought forward and down from above shoulder level
"an overhand pitch"
"an overhand stroke"
<-> underhand

{adj: philosophical, philosophic} characterized by the attitude of a philosopher; meeting trouble with level-headed detachment
"philosophical resignation"
"a philosophic attitude toward life"

{adj: quiescent} not active or activated
"the quiescent level of centimeter wave-length solar radiation"

{adj: quiet} of the sun; characterized by a low level of surface phenomena like sun spots e.g.
<-> active

{adj: restricted} the lowest level of official classification for documents

{adj: secret} the next to highest level of official classification for documents

{adj: sonic, transonic} (of speed) having or caused by speed approximately equal to that of sound in air at sea level
"a sonic boom"
<-> subsonic, supersonic

{adj: state-of-the-art} the highest level of development at a particular time (especially the present time)
"state-of-the-art technology"

{adj: subconscious} just below the level of consciousness

{adj: subordinate, low-level} lower in rank or importance
<-> dominant

{adj: tied, even, level} of the score in a contest
"the score is tied"

{adj: top-down} of an approach to a problem that begins at the highest conceptual level and works down to the details
"a top-down analysis might begin by looking at macro-economic trends"
"top-down programming"
<-> bottom-up

{adj: top-secret} the highest official level of classification of documents

{adj: trophic} of or relating to nutrition
"a trophic level on the food chain"

{adj: underhand, underhanded, underarm} with hand brought forward and up from below shoulder level
"an underhand pitch"
"an underhand stroke"
<-> overhand

{adj: up} being or moving higher in position or greater in some value; being above a former position or level
"the anchor is up"
"the sun is up"
"he lay face up"
"he is up by a pawn"
"the market is up"
"the corn is up"
<-> down


{adv: down, downwards, downward, downwardly} spatially or metaphorically from a higher to a lower level or position
"don't fall down"
"rode the lift up and skied down"
"prices plunged downward"
<-> up, upward, upwardly, upwards


{adv: highly} in a high position or level or rank
"details known by only a few highly placed persons"


{adv: underneath} under or below an object or a surface; at a lower place or level; directly beneath
"we could see the original painting underneath"
"a house with a good foundation underneath"

{n: A level} the advanced level of a subject taken in school (usually two years after O level)

{n: Abney level} a surveying instrument consisting of a spirit level and a sighting tube; used to measure the angle of inclination of a line from the observer to the target

{n: Army Intelligence, AI} an agency of the United States Army responsible for providing timely and relevant and accurate and synchronized intelligence to tactical and operational and strategic level commanders

{n: Dead Sea} a saltwater lake on the border between Israel and Jordan; its surface in 1292 feet below sea level

{n: Eyre, Lake Eyre} a shallow salt lake in south central Australia about 35 feet below sea level; the largest lake in the country and the lowest point on the continent

{n: HDL cholesterol} the cholesterol in high-density lipoproteins; the `good' cholesterol; a high level in the blood is thought to lower the risk of coronary artery disease

{n: Netherlands, The Netherlands, Kingdom of The Netherlands, Nederland, Holland} a constitutional monarchy in western Europe on the North Sea; half the country lies below sea level

{n: O level} the basic level of a subject taken in school

{n: Segway, Segway Human Transporter, Segway HT} (trademark) a self-balancing personal transportation device with two wheels; can operate in any level pedestrian environment

{n: absolute threshold} the lowest level of stimulation that a person can detect

{n: acme, height, elevation, peak, pinnacle, summit, superlative, meridian, tiptop, top} the highest level or degree attainable; the highest stage of development
"his landscapes were deemed the acme of beauty"
"the artist's gifts are at their acme"
"at the height of her career"
"the peak of perfection"
"summer was at its peak"
"...catapulted Einstein to the pinnacle of fame"
"the summit of his ambition"
"so many highest superlatives achieved by man"
"at the top of his profession"

{n: acoustic power, sound pressure level} the physical intensity of sound

{n: activeness, activity} the trait of being active; moving or acting rapidly and energetically
"the level of activity declines with age"
<-> inactiveness

{n: altitude, height} elevation especially above sea level or above the earth's surface
"the altitude gave her a headache"

{n: amplitude level} the level on a scale of amplitude

{n: analbuminemia} an abnormally low level of albumin in the blood serum

{n: arterial blood gases} measurement of the pH level and the oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations in arterial blood; important in diagnosis of many respiratory diseases

{n: basement, cellar} the lowermost portion of a structure partly or wholly below ground level; often used for storage

{n: big time} the highest level of an occupation (especially in entertainment)

{n: billabong} a branch of a river made by water flowing from the main stream only when the water level is high

{n: biodiversity} the diversity of plant and animal life in a particular habitat (or in the world as a whole)
"a high level of biodiversity is desirable"

{n: biosafety level 1} exposure only to infectious agents that do not ordinarily cause human disease

{n: biosafety level 4} exposure to exotic infectious agents that pose a high risk of life-threatening disease and can be transmitted as an aerosol and for which there is no vaccine or therapy

{n: biosafety level} the level of safety from exposure to infectious agents; depends on work practices and safety equipment and facilities

{n: blood-oxygenation level dependent functional magnetic resonance imaging, BOLD FMRI} functional magnetic resonance imaging that relies on intrinsic changes in hemoglobin oxygenation

{n: calcitonin, thyrocalcitonin} thyroid hormone that tends to lower the level of calcium in the blood plasma and inhibit resorption of bone

{n: camp} temporary lodgings in the country for travelers or vacationers
"level ground is best for parking and camp areas"

{n: carpenter's level} a straight bar of light metal with a spirit level in it

{n: college level} the level of education that college students are assumed to have attained

{n: comedown} decline to a lower status or level

{n: crisis intervention} psychotherapy that focuses on acute critical situations (depressive episodes or attempted suicides or drug overdoses) with the aim of restoring the person to the level of functioning before the crisis

{n: dais, podium, pulpit, rostrum, ambo, stump, soapbox} a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it

{n: degeneration, devolution} the process of declining from a higher to a lower level of effective power or vitality or essential quality
<-> evolution

{n: degree, grade, level} a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality
"a moderate grade of intelligence"
"a high level of care is required"
"it is all a matter of degree"

{n: degree, level, stage, point} a specific identifiable position in a continuum or series or especially in a process
"a remarkable degree of frankness"
"at what stage are the social sciences?"

{n: dimmer} a rheostat that varies the current through an electric light in order to control the level of illumination

{n: dip} a depression in an otherwise level surface
"there was a dip in the road"

{n: elevated railway, elevated railroad, elevated, el, overhead railway} a railway that is powered by electricity and that runs on a track that is raised above the street level

{n: elevation} distance of something above a reference point (such as sea level)
"there was snow at the higher elevations"

{n: energy level, energy state} a definite stable energy that a physical system can have; used especially of the state of electrons in atoms or molecules
"according to quantum theory only certain energy levels are possible"

{n: esplanade} a long stretch of open level ground (paved or grassy) for walking beside the seashore

{n: exceedance} (geology) the probability that an earthquake will generate a level of ground motion that exceeds a specified reference level during a given exposure time
"the concept of exceedance can be applied to any type of environmental risk modeling"

{n: flat} a level tract of land
"the salt flats of Utah"

{n: floor plan} scale drawing of a horizontal section through a building at a given level; contrasts with elevation

{n: floor, level, storey, story} a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale
"what level is the office on?"

{n: food pyramid} (ecology) a hierarchy of food chains with the principal predator at the top; each level preys on the level below

{n: freeze} fixing (of prices or wages etc) at a particular level
"a freeze on hiring"

{n: fuel level} the amount of fuel remaining

{n: glabella, mesophyron} a smooth prominence of the frontal bone between and above the eyebrows; the most forward projecting point of the forehead in the midline at the level of the supraorbital ridges

{n: grade, ground level} the height of the ground on which something stands
"the base of the tower was below grade"

{n: grade, level, tier} a relative position or degree of value in a graded group
"lumber of the highest grade"

{n: grading, leveling} changing the ground level to a smooth horizontal or gently sloping surface

{n: grass roots} the common people at a local level (as distinguished from the centers of political activity)

{n: ground floor, first floor, ground level} the floor of a building that is at or nearest to the level of the ground around the building

{n: ground plan} a floor plan for the ground level of a building

{n: growth, growing, maturation, development, ontogeny, ontogenesis} (biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically; a purely biological unfolding of events involved in an organism changing gradually from a simple to a more complex level
"he proposed an indicator of osseous development in children"
<-> nondevelopment

{n: heath, heathland} a tract of level wasteland; uncultivated land with sandy soil and scrubby vegetation

{n: high-level formatting} (computer science) the format for the root directory and the file allocation tables and other basic configurations

{n: high-level language} a problem-oriented language requiring little knowledge of the computer on which it will be run

{n: high} a lofty level or position or degree
"summer temperatures reached an all-time high"
<-> low

{n: horizontal integration, horizontal combination} absorption into a single firm of several firms involved in the same level of production and sharing resources at that level

{n: horizontal surface, level} a flat surface at right angles to a plumb line
"park the car on the level"

{n: hydraulic pump, hydraulic ram} a water pump that uses the kinetic energy of flowing water to force a small fraction of that water to a reservoir at a higher level

{n: hypercapnia, hypercarbia} the presence of an abnormally high level of carbon dioxide in the circulating blood
<-> hypocapnia

{n: hypocalcemia, hypocalcaemia} abnormally low level of calcium in the blood; associated with hypoparathyroidism or kidney malfunction or vitamin D deficiency
<-> hypercalcemia

{n: hypocapnia, acapnia} a state in which the level of carbon dioxide in the blood is lower than normal; can result from deep or rapid breathing
<-> hypercapnia

{n: hypoglycemic agent, hypoglycaemic agent} any of various agents that decrease the level of glucose in the blood and are used in the treatment of diabetes mellitus

{n: hypokalemia} abnormally low level of potassium in the circulating blood leading to weakness and heart abnormalities; associated with adrenal tumors or starvation or taking diuretics
<-> hyperkalemia

{n: hyponatremia} abnormally low level of sodium in the blood; associated with dehydration
<-> hypernatremia

{n: hypoproteinemia} abnormally low level of protein in the blood; can indicate inadequate diet or intestinal or renal disorders

{n: hypothrombinemia} a low level of prothrombin (factor II) in the circulating blood; results in long clotting time and poor clot formation and sometimes excessive bleeding; can result from vitamin K deficiency

{n: hypsography} the scientific study of the earth's configuration above sea level (emphasizing the measurement of land altitudes relative to sea level)

{n: hypsometry, hypsography} measurement of the elevation of land above sea level

{n: intensity, intensiveness} high level or degree; the property of being intense

{n: intensity, strength, intensity level} the amount of energy transmitted (as by acoustic or electromagnetic radiation)
"he adjusted the intensity of the sound"
"they measured the station's signal strength"

{n: isometry} equality of elevation above sea level

{n: isometry} equality of measure (e.g., equality of height above sea level or equality of loudness etc.)

{n: junior varsity, JV} a college or university team that competes at a level below the varsity team

{n: law of diminishing returns} a law affirming that to continue after a certain level of performance has been reached will result in a decline in effectiveness

{n: lawn bowling, bowls} a bowling game played on a level lawn with biased wooden balls that are rolled at a jack

{n: level crossing, grade crossing} intersection of a railway and a road on the same level; barriers close road when trains pass

{n: level, layer, stratum} an abstract place usually conceived as having depth
"a good actor communicates on several levels"
"a simile has at least two layers of meaning"
"the mind functions on many strata simultaneously"

{n: level, spirit level} indicator that establishes the horizontal when a bubble is centered in a tube of liquid

{n: lock, lock chamber} enclosure consisting of a section of canal that can be closed to control the water level; used to raise or lower vessels that pass through it

{n: loggia} a roofed arcade or gallery with open sides stretching along the front or side of a building; often at an upper level

{n: low-level formatting, initialization, initialisation} (computer science) the format of sectors on the surface of a hard disk drive so that the operating system can access them and setting a starting position

{n: low-level radioactive waste} (medicine) radioactive waste consisting of objects that have been briefly exposed to radioactivity (as in certain medical tests)

{n: lowering, letting down} the act of causing something to move to a lower level

{n: low} a low level or position or degree
"the stock market fell to a new low"
<-> high

{n: luminosity, brightness, brightness level, luminance, luminousness, light} the quality of being luminous; emitting or reflecting light
"its luminosity is measured relative to that of our sun"

{n: mental age} the level of intellectual development as measured by an intelligence test

{n: mental health} the psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment
<-> mental illness

{n: millibar} a unit of atmospheric pressure equal to one thousandth of a bar
"atmospheric pressure at sea level is 1013 millibars"

{n: molecular genetics} the branch of genetics concerned with the structure and activity of genetic material at the molecular level

{n: motivation} the condition of being motivated
"his motivation was at a high level"

{n: nature study} the study of animals and plants in the natural world (usually at an elementary level)

{n: noise level, background level} the amplitude level of the undesired background noise

{n: overpass, flyover, flypast} bridge formed by the upper level of a crossing of two highways at different levels
"an overpass is called a flyover or a flypast in England"

{n: party, political party} an organization to gain political power
"in 1992 Perot tried to organize a third party at the national level"

{n: peneplain, peneplane} a more or less level land surface representing and advanced stage of erosion undisturbed by crustal movements

{n: photoelectric emission} the release or absorption of quanta above a certain energy level

{n: plain, field, champaign} extensive tract of level open land
"they emerged from the woods onto a vast open plain"
"he longed for the fields of his youth"

{n: planation} the process of erosion whereby a level surface is produced

{n: plane} a level of existence or development
"he lived on a worldly plane"

{n: playing field} the circumstances under which competition occurs
"the government's objective is to insure a genuinely level playing field for American industry and commerce in Europe"

{n: postdoc, post doc} a scholar or researcher who is involved in academic study beyond the level of a doctoral degree

{n: poverty line, poverty level} a level of personal income defining the state of poverty

{n: pressure, pressure level, force per unit area} the force applied to a unit area of surface; measured in pascals (SI unit) or in dynes (cgs unit)
"the compressed gas exerts an increased pressure"

{n: price freeze} freeze of prices at a given level

{n: price index, price level} an index that traces the relative changes in the price of an individual good (or a market basket of goods) over time

{n: probenecid} a uricosuric drug that reduces the level of uric acid in the blood; used to treat gout

{n: pull-up, chin-up} an arm exercise performed by pulling yourself up on a horizontal bar until your chin is level with the bar

{n: quantum mechanics} the branch of quantum physics that accounts for matter at the atomic level; an extension of statistical mechanics based on quantum theory (especially the Pauli exclusion principle)

{n: rathskeller} a tavern below street level featuring beer; originally a German restaurant in the basement of city hall

{n: red alert} the highest level of alert when an attack by the enemy seems immanent (or more generally a state of alert resulting from immanent danger)

{n: renal vein, vena renalis} veins that accompany renal arteries; open into the vena cava at the level of the 2nd lumbar vertebra

{n: respiratory center} the center in the medulla oblongata and pons that integrates sensory information about the level of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood and determines the signals to be sent to the respiratory muscles

{n: runway} a strip of level paved surface where planes can take off and land

{n: safety valve, relief valve, escape valve, escape cock, escape} a valve in a container in which pressure can build up (as a steam boiler); it opens automatically when the pressure reaches a dangerous level

{n: sea level} level of the ocean's surface (especially that halfway between mean high and low tide); used as a standard in reckoning land elevation or sea depth

{n: signal level} the amplitude level of the desired signal

{n: siphon, syphon} a tube running from the liquid in a vessel to a lower level outside the vessel so that atmospheric pressure forces the liquid through the tube

{n: slippage} decline from a standard level of performance or achievement

{n: smoothness} the quality of having a level and even surface
"the water was a glassy smoothness"
"the weather system of the Pacific is determined by the uninterrupted smoothness of the ocean"

{n: spot check} a check on work performance or product quality made at random times without warning
"spot checks ensure a high level of performance by employees"

{n: stall} seating in the forward part of the main level of a theater

{n: standard atmosphere, atmosphere, atm, standard pressure} a unit of pressure: the pressure that will support a column of mercury 760 mm high at sea level and 0 degrees centigrade

{n: standard of living, standard of life} a level of material comfort in terms of goods and services available to someone or some group
"they enjoyed the highest standard of living in the country"
"the lower the standard of living the easier it is to introduce an autocratic production system"

{n: stature} high level of respect gained by impressive development or achievement
"a man of great stature"

{n: stop order, stop-loss order} an order to a broker to sell (buy) when the price of a security falls (rises) to a designated level

{n: strickle} a tool used to level off grain or other granular material in a measure

{n: subconscious mind, subconscious} psychic activity just below the level of awareness

{n: sulfonylurea} antidiabetic consisting of any of several drugs that reduce the level of glucose in the blood; used to treat diabetes mellitus

{n: sunken garden} a garden set below the level of the ground surrounding it

{n: surface, Earth's surface} the outermost level of the land or sea
"earthquakes originate far below the surface"
"three quarters of the Earth's surface is covered by water"

{n: surveyor's level} surveying instrument consisting basically of a small telescope with an attached spirit level rotating around a vertical axis; for measuring relative heights of land

{n: terrace, bench} a level shelf of land interrupting a declivity (with steep slopes above and below)

{n: terreplein} level space where heavy guns can be mounted behind the parapet at the top of a rampart

{n: tide} the periodic rise and fall of the sea level under the gravitational pull of the moon

{n: twilight zone} the lowest level of the ocean to which light can reach

{n: wage freeze} freeze of wages at a given level

{n: water gauge, water gage, water glass} gauge for indicating the level of water in e.g. a tank or boiler or reservoir

{n: water level} a water gauge that shows the level by showing the surface of the water in a trough or U-shaped tube

{n: water level} the level of the surface of a body of water

{n: water line, watermark} a line marking the level reached by a body of water

{n: waterline, water line, water level} a line corresponding to the surface of the water when the vessel is afloat on an even keel; often painted on the hull of a ship

{n: weir} a low dam built across a stream to raise its level or divert its flow

{n: yogi} one who practices yoga and has achieved a high level of spiritual insight

{v: attest, certify, manifest, demonstrate, evidence} provide evidence for ; stand as proof of ; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes
"His high fever attested to his illness"
"The buildings in Rome manifest a high level of architectural sophistication"
"This decision demonstrates his sense of fairness"

{v: break even} attain a level at which there is neither gain nor loss, as in business, gambling, or a competitive sport

{v: breathalyze, breathalyse} test someone's alcohol level in his blood by means of a breathalyzer

{v: chin, chin up} in gymnastics: raise oneself while hanging from one's hands until one's chin is level with the support bar

{v: de-escalate, weaken, step down} reduce the level or intensity or size or scope of
"de-escalate a crisis"
<-> escalate

{v: degrade} reduce the level of land, as by erosion
<-> aggrade

{v: drop} change from one level to another
"She dropped into army jargon"

{v: float} make the surface of level or smooth
"float the plaster"

{v: flush, level, even out, even} make level or straight
"level the ground"

{v: gear, pitch} set the level or character of
"She pitched her speech to the teenagers in the audience"

{v: keep up} maintain a required pace or level
"He could not keep up and dropped out of the race"

{v: lapse, backslide} drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards

{v: level, level off} become level or even
"The ground levelled off"

{v: level} aim at
"level criticism or charges at somebody"

{v: level} talk frankly with ; lay it on the line
"I have to level with you"

{v: lower, depress} cause to drop or sink
"The lack of rain had depressed the water level in the reservoir"

{v: overcapitalize, overcapitalise} estimate the capital value of (a company) at an unreasonably or unlawfully high level

{v: raise, erect, rear, set up, put up} construct, build, or erect
"Raise a barn"
<-> level

{v: raise} in bridge: bid (one's partner's suit) at a higher level

{v: raise} raise the level or amount of something
"raise my salary"
"raise the price of bread"

{v: rake} level or smooth with a rake
"rake gravel"

{v: reach, hit, attain} reach a point in time, or a certain state or level
"The thermometer hit 100 degrees"
"This car can reach a speed of 140 miles per hour"

{v: retail} be sold at the retail level
"These gems retail at thousands of dollars each"

{v: seek} go to or towards
"a liquid seeks its own level"

{v: set, mark} establish as the highest level or best performance
"set a record"

{v: sink, drop, drop down} fall or drop to a lower place or level
"He sank to his knees"

{v: steamroll, steamroller} make level or flat with a steamroller
"steamroll the roads"

{v: subside} sink to a lower level or form a depression
"the valleys subside"

{v: true, true up} make level, square, balanced, or concentric
"true up the cylinder of an engine"

{v: underlay} raise or support (the level of printing) by inserting a piece of paper or cardboard under the type
"underlay the plate"


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