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Navajo Indians

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Parent Category: Native American History
One of the largest of the Native American Tribes, they lived in the Southwest of the United States and Northern Mexico.
%DETAILS% Bobbie, I don't know that movie, sounds like a good one though. Certainly the Navaho Code Talkers were not actually used in the European theater. There were Comanche code talkers of the 4th Signal Company used at Utah beach in the Normandy invasion. There were twenty-seven Meskwaki in Nort…
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%REPLIES% Answer Choctaw: WWI and WW2 ! Creek Nation Ojibway & Menominee Hopi Sioux [speaking Lakota Comanche Meskwaki Indian Tribe in Tama County, Iowa -- connected to Sauk & Fox tribes Use "Code Talkers" on Google Advanced Search! http://www.native-voice.com/fullstory.cfm?I…
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Chester Nez the last of the original 29 Navajo Code Talkers died today, June 4th, 2014, at age 93.
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Answer This is one of my favorite subjects. Thanks! The U.S. had their codes cracked quite easily so they had to come up with a more effective code. In 1942 Philip Johnston thought of a code that was unbreakable to the enemy. A code based on the Navajo language. Johnston headed to Camp Elliot (…
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the Navajo code talkers were from the 4 corners area. They all were from the Navajo Nation, which expands from Arizona, to New Mexico, and to Utah.
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%REPLIES% Answer As there were only around 300 code talkers and the operation was kept secret for years after the war, casualties are hard to come by. Answer The stats are 13, but I never put much faith in stats or percentages. There were also other tribes as "Code Talkers": 17 Chippewa …
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A team of 29 Navajo Marines invented a secret code based on the Navajo language.
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I don't know what you mean by "materials". They carried the same personal equipment as other marines. The code itself was developed as something they were able to memorize so that there was no codebook or device to capture. It could not be understood by other Navajo speakers. It would just seem like…
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Answer cema is a term used in the mortgage industry that helps people avoid paying county taxes again, if some refinanced a loan of $300k and wants to refi a new loan for $350k 1 year later the cema would allow them to pay taxes on the new money only of $50k. CEMA is only typically charged in N…
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The Navajo are not a colony. They are an indigenous people who have lived in the general Four Corners area for about 1100 years. At that date they had all the characteristics of the Navajo, corn planting hogans etc. They speak a language in the Southern Athabascan family related to other languages i…
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Answer Emancipation ? A child is emancipated when self-supporting, independent, and free of parent control. T?aabiak?inaaldzil doctrine. Burbank v. Clarke, No SC-CV-36-97, slip op. at 4 (Nav. Sup. Ct. 199).
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A very important person in the Navajo culture was a man by the name of Manuelito, or another names Barbacito. Both were involved with the treaty in 1886.
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You have to get documentation that shows your grandfather was an American Indian. Then a copy of your parent's birth certificate showing the grandfather and then a copy of your birth certificate showing the parent should be enough. The link to the Department of Interior, responsible for the Bureau…
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they came up with a secret code that no one could break, for World War II.
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No, Navajo sandpaintings are created for healing and creating balance, and harmony for the patient. They are part of complex religious ceremonies, not for social protest.
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Visual Artists from <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-Microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />India are many, and since the cannonical western academic fine art came to stay in India since 1857 (the year in which Sir J. J. School of Art, Mumbai was founded), there have been many artists…
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Code talkers were Native Americans who served the United States in World War II by using their native languages to describe artillery, armaments, troop movements and so forth. This scheme allowed the war-time commanders to communicate through the code talkers with the presumption that the 'code' in …
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Answer They hunted all day, ran after animals, dragged them back to the tribe, their games included tests of endurance and strength... it would seem to me that they would be EXTREMELY fit. Yes, a lot of young Navajo men were very fit. Although, a large amount of young Navajo men were not fit, be…
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Answer Drawn-Over-Mandrel Steel tubing for frame material a Solid metal that wouldn't even slightly melt, allright maybe after a long hard time. YES. I'VE GOT IT! A HARD UNMELTABLE SOLID SRONG METAL....................................................................…
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Answer Because they were patriots, had a warrior tradition and were good Americans. __________________________________________________ The U.S. military wanted the help of Navajo Code Talkers because their language was sophisticated and was a good candidate for coding messages without the…
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answer #2:One article says: To get along well as adults, young ones need to learn the proper way to greet visitors, to answer the telephone, and to eat a meal with others. They should be helped to understand why they ought to hold doors for people, show kindness to the elderly and sick, and offer to…
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There are more than 700 different Native American languages spoken in North and South America. If you are not sure which language you are talking about, here is a partial list of the most common Native American languages in North America: Abnaki, Eastern Achumawi Afro-Seminole Creole …
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Wolf is: mąʼiitsoh, literally big coyote. White is: łigaii . So perhaps mąʼiitso łigaii . The comma things below mean the vowel is nasalized. The marks between mean a glottal stop. The L with a line through it does not occur in English. It is like the double ll sound in Welsh. Put the tongue …
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Be getting an appraisal from a reputable person, or company. like Passion of Persia
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Good Morning - Guid mornin Good Afternoon - Guid efternuin Good Evening - Guid eenin The answers you have given here are in Scots, not in Gàidhlig (Scots Gaelic). The correct answer to the question asked here is very simply - 'Madainn mhath'.
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History books were primarily written by non natives and therefore written from their own point of view. Additionally, the Indian, generally, was not viewed as anything more than an animal until the very late 1800's when they were finally declared Humans under the law. Therefore their contributions b…
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yah 'iishááh-- (1 person) ( into a room, house, corral) yah 'iit'aash -- (2 people) yah ''iikááh - (3+ people) You have to conjugate the verb to be in 1st, 2nd, dual, 3rd and 4th. You say different words if you enter walking, running crawling, on horseback, a car, flying, if air enters, a qu…
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apparently they played croquet but i don't really know
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Native American governments ( Iroquois Confederacy) provided the foundation for the United States of America. Native American have historically provided knowledge on how to live off the land, to use effectively what the Creator has given them. They have given medicinal uses for plants unknown to th…
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Navajo is not Indo-European. It is an Athabascan language. There is Northern, Southern and Pacific Athabascan. There are about 31 northern, 7 pacific and 7 southern. Navajo is Southern. It is related to the 6 different Apache languages. The Athabascan family is thought to be part of a larger group t…
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They were a tribe who crossed the Beringia Bridge from Asia to America a long time ago. They lived in the Southwest.
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Navajo have a wide variety of physical features because the tribe traditionally was exogamous. This means it was taboo to marry anyone in any of the four clans of your grandparents. There is a classic western Navajo look of men being tall with thin hips and wide shoulders and a thinner face. In th…
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Answer Isten -- Hungarian Gott -- German Bog-- Serbian Dios--Spanish Dieu -- French Jumala -- Finnish Gud -- Swedish/Norwegian/Danish Tengri -- Mongolian Allah -- Arabic Eloh -- Hebrew Koncashila -- Lakota Deus -- Latin Sheng di - Chinese Ngai -- Masai Tanri -- Turkish Khuda -- Pe…
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God morning is god morgon in Swedish.God Morgon.
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They ate animals such as prairedogs, rabbits, deer, elk, bison, antelope. They grew corn, beans and squash. They gathered pinon nuts, yucca fruit, cactus fruit and berries and leafy greens. Later in the 1600s came watermelon, peaches, onion, and chillies. Sheep came in the 1540s. Sheep and goats are…
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Hi. i dont know what is the difference.pole
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yes in japanese two (number 2) in Vietnamese shark in norwegian
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Square Enix use numerous types of software to implicate their CGI and Game Design. Originaly, for the original Final Fantasy Games, they were written in the specific console propriety assebly code format. Today however, is completely different as a few years ago they developed their own personal ga…
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Navajo leaders lived among their tribes much like all tribal leaders, in the south western desert area of North America
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The bow and arrow, the lance, the coup stick(a lance with a eagles leg at the end) and the tomahawk(stone axe) until the arrival of Europeans.
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Diné bizaad. In English it is called Navajo. About 2/3s of the 300,000 Navajo today still speak it.
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SINGING TO THE LORD Singing to the Lord or music in general is a form of worship. When you sing in church, you do not just sing and join the choir, but you prasie God with your voice, music, and rhytm. It's amazing how many people (mostly unbelievers) can sing their hearts out to worldly music, e…
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Доброе утро.
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tł'iish (pronounced klesh)
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It comes from a Spanish hearing of a Tewa word meaning "those who farm in the wide fields in the river bottoms".
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They played croquet,dream jumper and Bella coola.
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Answer new answer I think you are referring to astral projection which happens pretty much every night during sleep. During sleep, the conscious mind is at rest but the subconscious mind is busy supplying you with images in the form of dreams about your state of conscious awareness. In subconsci…
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navajo colors: There are four sacred colors: in the east- white and white shell, in the south- blue and turquoise gemstones, in the west- yellow and abalone, and in the north- black and jet.
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There are 300,000 Navajo and the Navajo Nation is 27,000 square miles, so there is a lot of diversity in how people make a living. About two thirds of the tribal members live on the Navajo Nation and most of the rest live in the nearby States. Some work traditional jobs of raising sheep and crops, m…
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The Navajo word for Light is adinídíín a light (something that makes light) is: bee adinídínígíí electric light: atsiniltł'ish bee adinídínígíí to be lit up: hool'įįh to give off light: bits'ádi'nídíín to produce light: adiníłdíín
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A main way that the Navajo provided for their families was by herding sheep and goats for trade and food. They also grew corn, beans and squash. After 1600 they had melons, chillies, onions and peaches. Pinyon nuts were a food source of protein. They raised horses for travel, trade and raiding. They…
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The problem with the question and the answer is it uses past tense verb. Navajos still eat today and "their" meat diet on the reservation is by gringo standards still heavy in mutton and goat which they graze on the res-lands today. Thier not too distant ancestors did not like beef at all. When the…
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Yes some do and did herd sheep. The Navajo got sheep from the Spanish around 1540. Sheep and weaving are very important to traditional Navajo culture.
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Known for their fierce fighting qualities, lived in round wigwums that often the women built while the men went out to hunt, they are gatherers and hunters, and spoke a unique language name Athabaskans.
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they lived in Arizona
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They use knives and more.
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More than 3000 people died in the battles, walk and internment in the years between 1863 and 1868. The exact number can't be known. There were about 8,500 Navajos who were forced to move to Bosque Redondo (Round Woods in Spanish, Hwéeldi in Navajo- "place of suffering" ) . Kit Carson led, at the d…
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ANSWER sbah al khair (gh in ghair should be pronounced as if you were gathering some saliva before you spit on a camel in the middle of the safari dessert, carrying only a back pack filled with peanut butter)
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Geronimo and Nana
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Adobe, mud, wood and rock.
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A contemporary Navajo women's clothing is made of velveteen material, silk, or any other type of material. She is usually adorned in jewelry made of sterling silver and turquoise (some times abolone, jet, or white shell). A traditional outfit is called the Navajo rug dress known to them as " ee' bii…
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tag, hide and seek, and many of the outdoor games we play today
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The Navajo Indians live the Southwest region of the United States. This region, which includes Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona, is known as having desert lands and mountains with an arid to semi-arid climate. There is very little rainfall.
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The Hopi lived pueblos. Pueblos look like funky apartment buildings. The Hopi also stored food in them ( known as surplus ).
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The Navajo tribe ate corn, beans, and squash. The men hunted antelope, deer, and small game. Women harvested nuts, fruits, and herbs. They also began raising sheep and goats for their meat and wool. They also ate mutton (meat from an adult sheep) ,lamb sheep and goats.They also ate cactus.
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i think it is because people think they are realy grose but i don't i achily have never killed a bug in my life!!!!! and it will never happen i even look down when i walk outside so i don asedently step on one then if one is in the house i put the little guy outside!!!!!!! :))) i think it is becaus…
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no they lived in the four cornersThis is Wrong! There are many mountains in the four corners area where the Navajo people and the Navajo lands are. The four sacred mountains and Navajo Mountain (10,388 ft- I've climbed it!) are very tall and can be seen from far away. The Chuska ( 9,823ft) and Lukac…
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You can search for "door knob diagram" on the internet. You will find generic directions on youtube as well as some on the manufacturer's sites. If you have a Kwikset or Schlage doorknob, those sites will be helpful.
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chicken pot pie
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Hunters and gathers lived out in the forests and moved around a lot as a tribe, they hunted, searched for game, and gathered food such as roots, fruit, and berries for survival.
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They used boomerangs to hunt rabbits
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the Navajo wore clothes made of wool, deer or elk skin,and squirrel skins.That's what the navajowore.
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良い友情良い友情
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Navajo, roughly translated, means "the people". The Spanish first used the term Apachu de Nabajo in the 1620s to refer to the people in the Chama Valley region east of the San Juan River and Northwest of present day Santa Fe, New Mexico, and by the 1640's they were using Navajo to refer to them.
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Answer they played the game called crouquet.
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Native American life was not necessarily about commerce, which is a construct of European culture, when they lived in the natural relationship with the earth. They grew corn and carved awesome dolls called Kachinas usually out of a cottonwood root. Yo mother so fat bro.
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adobe and wood planks
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Answer The very first Southwest Native Americans hunted mammoths until they became extinct. Then people began to hunt buffalo, also known as bison, as well as collect wild plants for food. They also learned to grow maize, or corn, that was their most common grain, which became domesticated in…
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Answer They got food like squash,corn,melons,and beans from the hopi Indians. They also ate each other
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There's actually no such language as "Creole". The word creole refers to a type of language that results from the combination of two completely different parent languages. There are more than 100 different creolized languages in the world, so you would have to specify which one you're talking about.…
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Every data base provider follows the same general template as far as a language goes, although the actual syntax and reserved words will vary slightly. This applies to the most common data base providers which use the DB2 format. Providers may include MySQL, MS (Microsoft) SQL, PostgreSQL, MS Access…
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Before the Spanish came to America they ate mostly corn, beans, and squash. Afterwards they started herding animals such as sheep and goats, which also became very important to their diet.
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Where ever they want to.
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They live in the southwest of North America. Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, California and Northern Mexico.
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they were naked
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The Navajos and their hogan homes are in the American Southwest in today's States of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico. The Navajo Nation is in the high desert at between 5500 and 8000 ft with some peaks at 10,000. It is cold in the winter with snow and sometimes hot in the summer at the lower elevation…
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nizhóní is beautiful in Navajo.
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They played games
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tell her up front or if she won't listen, shout it out if she's ever near not caring about what anyone thinks. I mean if you really want her forgiveness you won't care what other thinks. Send her e-mails about how sorry you are. Or make her a poem saying how you regret whatever you said or/and do …
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Yes! There are many mountains and mesas within the Navajo Nation. Some are: Navajo Mountain, The Chuska, The Lukachukai, parts of Black Mesa and many others. In some ares there are tall trees and a lot of snow in the winter. Other areas are lower and hotter and drier with very little vegetation. The…
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The Blackfeet in the United States have a reservation in northwestern Montana, just east of the Rocky Mountains. The Blackfoot (same tribe, different name) also have a reserve in southwestern Alberta. There is a Blood (Kainah) reserve and a Blackfoot (Siksika) reserve farther north in Alberta. Altho…
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Lyrics To The Star Spangled Banner: -Francis Scott Key, 1814 O say, can you see, by the dawn's early light, What so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming? Whose broad stripes and bright stars, thro' the perilous fight, O'er the ramparts we watch'd, were so gallantly streaming? And th…
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Geronimo
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The Navajo people have been mainly agricultural people for as long as we can know. They grow corn and squash and beans. Since the 1540's they also raised sheep and goats and melons, chillies, and peaches. They have always hunted to supplement this, mainly deer and rabbits and big horn sheep. They di…
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