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Paul S in 2019: Winter

This is a continuation of the topic Paul S in 2019: Summer.

75 Books Challenge for 2019

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1paulstalder
Nov 28, 5:16pm Top


morning fog in Riehen (looking over to Germany)
(this is the picture the publisher Lenos wants to put on a cover of one of their books)


streetphotography: a cyclist in the pedestrian zone at the railway station of Basel

2paulstalder
Edited: Nov 30, 3:17am Top

pictures Suki made


my daughter and her grandmother in Korea in traditional costumes


Gwangyang harbor in South Korea

3paulstalder
Edited: Nov 29, 3:57am Top

Books read in 2019

1) Selbst wenn man alles verlieren müsste by Suzy Dind
2) Die schönsten Weihnachtsgeschichten aus Skandinavien by Gitte Haenning
3) Das fremde Kleid : Roman by Suzy Dind
4) Der wunderbare Massenselbstmord : Roman by Arto Paasilinna
5) Der Felsendom in Jerusalem und seine Geschichte by Richard Hartmann
6) Marie Curie by Ma Isabel Sánchez Vegara
7) Die Bärengeburtstagsfeier : oder: Wie man Freunde gewinnt by Wendy Smith
8) Wieder lügt Odysseus : Geschichten aus dem neuen Griechenland edited by Annette Wassermann
9) AG Pinkerton und der Augenzeuge : Eine Kriminalgeschichte für junge Leute by Heiner Gross
10) Candido oder ein Traum in Sizilien by Leonardo Sciascia
11) Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
12) Der Psalm von den zwei Wegen : Die Seligpreisung in Psalm 1 - Eine Auslegung by Eduard Haller
13) My Wörtersack : Gedicht ir Bäärner Umgangsschpraach ; spouken Wöörd by Hans Jürg Zingg
14) Die Vegetarierin : Roman by Han Kang
15) Zerstörtes Glück by Roger Graf
16) Es Dänkmool wet i käis : aus dem lyrischen Schaffen by Helene Bossert
17) Ach, diese Lücke, diese entsetzliche Lücke : live by Joachim Meyerhoff
18) Die Sternstunde by Clarice Lispector
19) A commentary on the First Epistle to the Corinthians by C. K. Barrett
20) Gregs Tagebuch : von Idioten umzingelt! ; ein Comic-Roman by Jeff Kinney
21) Kurze Geschichte des Traktors auf Ukrainisch : Roman by Marina Lewycka
22) Screwtape schreibt wieder : Neue Dienstanweisungen an einen Unterteufel by Walter Martin
23) Erastus, die Hafenratte by Heinz Böhm
24) Farantheiner by Patrick Savolainen
25) Verwaltung der Dokumente und des Archivguts eines Vereins : Vereine, Clubs und Verbände by Véronique Rebord
26) Maga und die verzauberten Ohren by Marina Ribeaud
27) Eskapaden : der achte Fall für Bruno, Chef de police ; Roman by Martin Walker
28) Die Geschichte vom Jäger, der alle Tiere auf der ganzen Welt töten wollte : 10 Geschichten by Mario Grasso
29) Doppelte Schuld : Kriminalroman by Anne Chaplet
30) Daniel Lahaii : Objekte by Daniel Lahaii
31) Das Bild als Haus des Seins : Gedanken zum malerischen Oeuvre von Karin Schaub by Annelise Zwez
32) Sturm im alten Turm : fünf junge Detektive lernen die Angst kennen by Adolf Winiger
33) Katja Henkelpott by Helmut Sakowski
34) The Lady of the Lake by Walter Scott
35) In Seinen Fussstapfen : "Was würde Jesus thun?" by Charles Monroe Sheldon
36) Das grosse Vorsingen by Luc Foccroulle
37) Frau Giraffe zieht um! by Guido Hammesfahr
38) Busse, ein himmlisches Geschenk : Gott hat Jesus erhöht durch seine Rechte, zu geben Israel Busse. Apostelg. 5, 30. 31 by Georg Steinberger
39) Ein Weiser, ein Kaiser und viel Reis : von der Erfindung des Schachspiels by Paolo Friz
40) Warum Noah eine Arche baute by Marlene Fritsch
41) Zielpunkte besserer Volksernährung by Susanna Müller
42) Tschüss zäme! : ein Dorfkrimi by Achim Parterre
43) Wolken über dem Jordantal by Paul Stalder
44) Stadt am Meer by Joanne Schwartz
45) Am Abend vor dem Meer by Khaled Hosseini
46) Abzählen : Roman by Tamta Melaschwili
47) Mit dem Elefantendoktor in Laos by Olivier Kugler
48) Ueber Zölle und Landwirtschaft : Eine sozialdemokratische Antwort an Dr. Ernst Laur by Hugo Jordi
49) Bretonische Verhältnisse : ein Fall für Kommissar Dupin by Jean-Luc Bannalec
50) Ganz aus Gnaden by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
51) A mercy : a novel by Toni Morrison
53) Ali : ein Kinderbuch by Hans Roelli
54) Die Sehnsucht ihrer Mutter : Roman by Francine Rivers
55) Erinnerungen eines Amerikaschweizers im 19. Jahrhundert by Oswald Studer
56) Zwölf Juden finden den Messias : wie Gott heute unter Juden wirkt by Ben Hoekendijk
57) Das Bauernjahr : 12 Bauernpredigten by Oswald Studer
58) Der Schatten des Golem by Éliette Abécassis
59) A commentary on the second epistle to the Corinthians by Charles K. Barrett
60) Porträt einer Neu-Altstadt, durch welche ein Fluss läuft : Aluminium-Relief von Dani Karavan 1965-1971 am Geschäftshaus Henric Petri-Strasse 22 in Basel by Reinhold Hohl
61) Carlotta jagt den Coyoten : Roman by Linda Barnes
62) Stella maris by Isabella Feimer
63) Spätsünder : Roman by Alex Gasser
64) Der Missionshund Lumpi by Sheila Groves
65) Broto by Adèle Ellis
66) Liebe pur : Erzählung by Yael Hedaya
67) Noch ist es Zeit : von der dörflichen Enge ins anrüchige Zürcher Niederdorf ; Roman by Rolf Waller
68) fromm und frau : Anfragen zu gestern, Antworten für morgen by Luise Löbbe-Laabs
69) Z'Basel an mym Rhy : Streifzüge durch Basel und die Regio by Johann Jakob Jenny
70) Über den Wolken = Par dessus les nuages : 97 Bilder in Kupferdruck "Incavo" by Eduard Spelterini
71) Nein! Nein! Ich steig' in kein fremdes Auto ein! : ein Bilderbuch für kleine und grosse Leute ab 4 Jahren by Petra Lazik
72) The singing top : tales from Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei by Margaret Read MacDonald
73) Nicht verzweifeln - beten! by Helga Anton
74) Theo Tonnentier und das grosse Hennenrennen by Betina Gotzen-Beek
75) Faroe-Islander saga : a new English translation by Robert K. Painter
76) "Gesichter Jerusalems" : Fotografien von Schwester Sabine Höffgen ; Begleitheft zur Ausstellung 30. November 2018 bis 15. August 2019 by Sabine Höffgen
77) Die Geschichte der Bodenseeschiffahrt um Lindau by Werner Dobras
78) Die krasse Geschichte einer ungewöhnlichen Freundschaft by Susanne Wittpennig
79) Die kleine Spinne Widerlich by Diana Amft
80) Der Schreiber : Roman ; Silas by Francine Rivers
81) I escaped the California Camp Fire : California's deadliest wildfire by Scott Peters
82) Die drei gerechten Kammmacher : Novelle by Gottfried Keller
83) Sez Ner : Romanisch und Deutsch by Arno Camenisch
84) Pachinko by Min Jin Lee
85) Denn am Sabbat sollst du ruhen : Roman by Batya Gur
86) Elephants can remember by Agatha Christie
87) Das Gedächtnis des Körpers : wie Beziehungen und Lebensstile unsere Gene steuern by Joachim Bauer
88) Der rote Pony by John Steinbeck
89) The laughter of Sarah : biblical exegesis, feminist theory, and the concept of delight by Catherine Conybeare
90) Die sehr schönen Stunden von Jungfer Symforosa, dem Beginchen by Felix Timmermans
91) Ordnung und Schicksal : eine Erzählung by Gottlieb Heinrich Heer
92) Späte Lese : religiöse Gedanken und Aphorismen by W. J. Oehler
93) Seines Bruders Hüter by William Wolfensberger
94) Das Bombardement von Åbo : eine Erzählung aus Finnland by Carl Spitteler
95) Cavrein : Erzählung by Leo Tuor
96) Liebesnacht : Erzählung by Urs Widmer
97) Am Silser- und Gardasee by Johanna Spyri
98) Die Tramlinie auf die Chrischona : nie ausgeführt by Alfred Künzler
99) Das kleine Dorftheater : eine Erzählung aus Graubünden by Hans Mohler
100) The coroner's lunch : a Dr Siri mystery by Colin Cotterill
101) Vom Vereinshaus zum neuen FEG-Begegnungszentrum : ein fotografischer Rückblick auf den Neubau 2008-09 des neuen Begegnungszentrums am Erlensträsschen 47 in Riehen by Walter Morgenthaler
102) Besetzte Liebe by Ragnfrid Trohaug
103) Der Trumpf des Toten : Detektivroman by Georgette Heyer
104) Moses Bitten by Friedrich Bettex
105) Brandfall 193⁵ : Schweizer Kriminalroman by Hans Stalder
106) Kniri-Seppli : Theaterstück i drei Akte us dr Zyt vom Heinrich Pestalozzi by Josef Berger
107) Die Geráks : Novelle by Elin Pelin
108) Leute aus den hintern Gassen : Berner Novelle by Ulrich Amstutz
109) Der verkaufte Regenbogen by Andrew Bond
110) Gideon : Richter 6-8 by Friedrich Bettex
111) Gefährliche Côte Bleue : Ein Provence-Krimi mit Capitaine Roger Blanc by Cay Rademacher
112) Balak und Bileam : 4. Mose 22-24. by Friedrich Bettex
113) Sizilianisches Finale : Aurelio Zen ermittelt in Sizilien ; Kriminalroman by Michael Dibdin
114) Spuren im Schnee by Gerda Anger-Schmidt
115) Wie der Schneemann wieder lachen konnte by M. Christina Butler
116) Öl : Schauspiel by Lukas Bärfuss
117) Der grüne Heinrich in seiner Heimat : aus dem Roman "Der grüne Heinrich" von Gottfried Keller by Gottfried Keller
118) Kleiner Eisbär wohin fährst du? : eine Geschichte mit Bildern by Hans de Beer
119) Kleiner Eisbär - Lass mich nicht allein, Lars! by Hans de Beer
120) Zen und der falsche Hund : Roman by Elizabeth M. Cosin
121) The fox in the library by Lorenz Pauli
122) Ich wusste, wohin die Reise geht by Hilde Ziegler
123) The white tiger by Aravind Adiga
124) Himmel, Polt und Hölle : Kriminalroman by Alfred Komarek

4paulstalder
Edited: Dec 2, 12:15pm Top

some stats

books added to my libraries
January 104
February 51
March 71
April 38
May 24
June 43
July 34
August 54
September 50
October 71
November 48

bookmarks added
July 77
August 14
September 3

books read by authors:
male 75
female 44
companies/organisations
anthologies 1

dead 46
alive 74
unknown
anthologies 1

nationalities
Switzerland 47
Germany 22
Great Britain 12
Ireland
France 1
Belgium 2
Netherlands 3
Austria 3
Italy 1
Sweden
Finland 1
Norway
Denmark 1
Iceland
Greece 1
Spain 1
Georgia 1
Bulgaria 1

Kanada 1
USA 13
Brazil 1

South Korea 2
Japan
India 1
Israel 2
Afghanistan 1

Australia
New Zealand

books read: languages first published
Swiss German 4
German 67
French 5
Italian 1
Romansh 2
English 31
Swedish
Finnish 1
Icelandic 1
Norwegian 1
Spanish 1
Portuguese
Greek 1
Georgian 1
Flemish 1
Bulgarian 1
Dutch 2

Hebrew 2
Korean 1
Japanese

Brazilian 1

books first published (my editions)
1800-1849 2
1850-1899 7 (1)
1900-1919 9 (8)
1920-1929 1 (1)
1930-1945 5 (2)
1946-1959 5 (13)
1960-1969 5 (4)
1970-1979 9 (8)
1980-1989 6 (7)
1990-1999 15 (13)
2000-2009 26 (26)
2010-2019 35 (42)

5paulstalder
Edited: Dec 2, 11:56am Top

countries in which the plot takes place:

A 4 (Stella maris by Isabella Feimer)
Afrika 1 (Frau Giraffe zieht um! by Guido Hammesfahr)
Arktis 2 (Kleiner Eisbär wohin fährst du? by Hans de Beer)
B 2 (Das grosse Vorsingen by Luc Foccroulle)
BG 1 (Die Geráks by Elin Pelin)
Brasilien 1 (Die Sternstunde von Clarice Lispector)
Brunei 1 (The singing top : tales from Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei by Margaret Read MacDonald)
CDN 1 (Stadt am Meer by Joanne Schwartz)
CH 30 (Über den Wolken = Par dessus les nuages by Eduard Spelterini)
-- BE 4 (Brandfall 193⁵by Hans Stalder)
-- BL 1 (Es Dänkmool wet i käis by Helene Bossert)
-- BS 5 (Spätsünder by Alex Gasser)
-- GR (Sez Ner : Romanisch und Deutsch by Arno Camenisch)
-- LU 1 (Sturm im alten Turm by Adolf Winiger)
-- NW 1 (Kniri-Seppli by Josef Berger)
-- VD 2 (Selbst wenn man alles verlieren müsste by Suzy Dind)
-- ZH 5 (Noch ist es Zeit : von der dörflichen Enge ins anrüchige Zürcher Niederdorf by Rolf Waller)
China 1 (Ein Weiser, ein Kaiser und viel Reis : von der Erfindung des Schachspiels by Paolo Friz)
D 11 (Ach, diese Lücke, diese entsetzliche Lücke by Joachim Meyerhoff)
DDR 1 (Doppelte Schuld by Anne Chaplet)
DK 1 (Die schönsten Weihnachtsgeschichten aus Skandinavien by Gitte Haenning)
F 4 (Eskapaden : der achte Fall für Bruno, Chef de police by Martin Walker)
Färöer 1 (Faroe-Islander saga by Robert K. Painter)
GB 6 (The Lady of the Lake by Walter Scott.)
Georgien 1 (Abzählen : Roman by Tamta Melaschwili)
GR 5 (Wieder lügt Odysseus edited by Annette Wassermann)
I 2 (Candido oder ein Traum in Sizilien by Leonardo Sciascia)
IL 8 (Denn am Sabbat sollst du ruhen by Batya Gur)
Indien 1 (The white tiger by Aravind Adiga)
Indonesien 1 (Broto by Adèle Ellis)
Iran 1 (Ali : ein Kinderbuch by Hans Roelli)
Japan 1 (Pachinko by Min Jin Lee)
KOR 2 (Die Vegetarierin : Roman by Han Kang)
Laos 2 (Mit dem Elefantendoktor in Laos by Olivier Kugler)
Malaysia 1 (The singing top : tales from Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei by Margaret Read MacDonald)
N 2 (Besetzte Liebe by Ragnfrid Trohaug)
Naher Osten 5 (Der Schreiber : Silas by Francine Rivers)
S 1 (Die schönsten Weihnachtsgeschichten aus Skandinavien by Gitte Haenning)
SF 3 (Der wunderbare Massenselbstmord : Roman von Arto Paasilinna)
Singapur 2 (Der Missionshund Lumpi by Sheila Groves)
Syrien 1 (Am Abend vor dem Meer by Khaled Hosseini)
Tschechien 1 (Der Schatten des Golem by Éliette Abécassis)
Ukraine 1 (Kurze Geschichte des Traktors auf Ukrainisch by Marina Lewycka)
USA 11 (In Seinen Fussstapfen : "Was würde Jesus thun?" by Charles Monroe Sheldon)

Third World country 1 (Öl by Lukas Bärfuss)
other worlds 1 (Der verkaufte Regenbogen by Andrew Bond)

6quondame
Nov 28, 8:42pm Top

Happy new thread!

7Ameise1
Nov 29, 1:56am Top

Happy new one, Paul. I love the topper.

8paulstalder
Nov 29, 3:43am Top

>6 quondame: >7 Ameise1: thanks for visiting

9drneutron
Nov 29, 8:00pm Top

Happy new thread!

10SqueakyChu
Nov 29, 11:42pm Top

What beautiful pictures, Paul!

11figsfromthistle
Nov 30, 1:24pm Top

Happy new thread!

12FAMeulstee
Nov 30, 3:26pm Top

Happy new thread, Paul, lovely pictures at the top!

13paulstalder
Dec 2, 5:58am Top

>9 drneutron: Thanks, Jim, will be the last one, I guess

>10 SqueakyChu: Thanks Madeline. Suki made some very fine pictures - we have a different style

>11 figsfromthistle: >12 FAMeulstee: Thanks Anita :)

14paulstalder
Edited: Dec 2, 11:08am Top

125) Die verborgenen Schätze des Abendmahls : Jesus unser Bündnispartner by Marcello Corciulo. The author shows the parallels between Old Testament covenants and the Last Supper: Jesus is the covenent partner who gives and keeps all the stipulations. A short read, could be more fleshed out.



first published 2019 in German in Switzerland

15paulstalder
Dec 2, 11:43am Top

statistics for November

1973 pages, 15 books,

13 books were written in German, in 2 English, and 0 in Swiss German

nationalities: CH 5, D 2, A 2, GB 2, NL 1, USA 1, IND 1

dead 5, alive 9
male 10, female 4

2 books by Hans de Beer

oldest 1905, newest 2019 (book, my copy)
oldest 1904, newest 2019 (work, first published)

I added 0 bookmarks and 48 books to my collections

16paulstalder
Dec 2, 3:10pm Top

126) Der dritte Mann by Graham Greene. Rollo Martins travels to the occupied Vienna after World War II in order to meet his friend there. But he comes just in time for his funeral. Rollo starts to ask what happened and soon realizes that there is something terribly wrong. He wanders through the destroyed Vienna and gets more and more disillusioned ... a good read



first published 1950 in English

17PaulCranswick
Dec 2, 11:00pm Top

Slightly belated happy new thread, Paul.

18paulstalder
Dec 3, 3:51am Top

Thanks Paul for visiting

19charl08
Edited: Dec 3, 8:12am Top

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20charl08
Edited: Dec 3, 8:14am Top

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21SirThomas
Dec 3, 7:43am Top

Happy new thread, Paul.
I like the pictures, they are beautiful.
>13 paulstalder: I hope, you meant the last one only for this year.
>16 paulstalder: This one I have to read in the new future. I've only read one book by Graham Greene (long ago) - Unser Mann in Havanna - I loved it.

22paulstalder
Dec 3, 2:16pm Top

>19 charl08: >20 charl08: speak up, Charlotte, I can't hear you :) I hope I didn't make you totally speechless

>21 SirThomas: Thanks, Thomas, you're right I meant 2019 because it is almost impossible to get over 100 messages in these few weeks...
Der dritte Mann is an easy read. I would suggest to take the foreword as an afterword

23paulstalder
Dec 3, 2:45pm Top

I was at a funeral today of a former colleague of mine (he was teaching Greek, was publishing books, organizing Bible and art exhibition ...). And this was offered at the meal afterwords:









these are all vegetable cakes, with different vegetables like eggplants, olives, etc. or tuna.
It was all cooked by the same caterer who cooked at Suki's funeral

24harrygbutler
Dec 3, 3:07pm Top

Happy new thread, Paul!

>16 paulstalder: I've never read the book, but I very much enjoyed the 1949 movie, with Joseph Cotten and Orson Welles.

>23 paulstalder: My condolences. Those are quite unusual cakes. Were they sweet? I thought the first one might be cream cheese, given the choice of toppings.

25paulstalder
Dec 3, 3:49pm Top

>24 harrygbutler: Hej Harry, thanks. No, none of the cakes were sweet. They used cream cheese and sour cream (Crème fraîche).

26Ameise1
Dec 3, 3:59pm Top

>16 paulstalder: I read this book and saw the movie as well. Once in Vienna, we took part in a tour of the book and film. We were on and in all locations and it was very interesting.

>23 paulstalder: My condolence. These cakes look yummy.

27paulstalder
Dec 4, 3:52am Top

>26 Ameise1: Hej Barbara. I probably should take such a tour next time Vienna. Is that an official tour from the tourist bureau?

Thanks for the condolences. I learned a lot from him about art and archaeology. He was dealing with color productions (Farbserigrafie) of Chagall's works, 1st century oil lamps from Israel, old French parchments of Biblical texts ... He also was able to find the two in Basel surviving models of the temple mount in Jerusalem by Conrad Schick (one model is now at the Christ Church in Jerusalem).

And thanks for sending me your Adventskalender

28paulstalder
Dec 4, 3:59am Top

127) In der Krummgasse : Erzählung by Olga Meyer. Dorli is the daughter of a poor shoemaker, she always is late for school because she has to take care of her sick mother and her baby sister. When the dies, the kids were taken away from from the father because he was given to drinking too much. The neighbour's boy was sad and started to think what he could do to better his friend's and her father's situation ... a lovely childen's story published around 1930.



first published 1930 in German in Switzerland

Olga Meyer was a Swiss teacher whose stories she told her pupils were later printed. She was the first one to initiate a collection of literature for school.

29paulstalder
Dec 4, 4:47am Top

128) Der Apostel Paulus und sein Evangelium als Autorität für den Glauben by Theodor Öhler. The author argues that Paul's authority stems from his experience of the risen Christ on his way to Damascus. Luke in Acts and Paul himself never mention anything 'ecstatic' or 'visionary' about that experience, they take it as real event. Paul's authority does not lay within his own thoughts and ideas but is always based and referred to Christ's revelations to Paul. He clearly differentiates between his own ideas and what Christ has told him. ... A short treaty on the question of Paul's authority as proclaiming God's word.



first published 1907 in German in Switzerland

30paulstalder
Yesterday, 5:12pm Top

129) Mit Sofie auf der Alp : Nach einer wahren Begebenheit by Salome Siegenthaler-Lüthi. Sofie, a pre-schooler likes to go up to the alp during summer time. This summer her friend from kindergarten is visiting her. But then her mosatr loved cow Sünneli disappears in a crevice and a helicopter has to come up in order to safe the cow ... a lovely children's book about life on a alp.



first published 2016 in German in Switzerland

31paulstalder
Edited: Yesterday, 5:25pm Top

Mit Sofie auf der Alp : Nach einer wahren Begebenheit by Salome Siegenthaler-Lüthi

Sofie's friend comes up to the alp with a small cable train


a helicopter pulls a cow out of a crevice

32paulstalder
Yesterday, 5:50pm Top

130) Herzlichen Glückwünsch, Pauli by Brigitte Weninger. Rabbit Pauli's birthday is coming up. His biggest wish is someone to have time for him. So his biggest gift he received on his big day was - not gift wrapped - his grandparents ... a good story about the importance of grandparents for the kids.



first published 2000 in German in Switzerland

33paulstalder
Yesterday, 5:51pm Top


Pauli's family wishes him all the best for his birthday

34paulstalder
Today, 3:17pm Top

131) Der Boden unter den Füssen : eine Fantasie by Christoph Keller. Lion is building bridges but then a bridge he built broke and took several people into the deep. He left the building company and is wandering around in his garden, where different people show up and disappear. And the garden is growing day by day. First he took walks for a few hours, then for days - all in his garden.... started off quite interesting with the inexplicable growth of the garden but then gets mor and more lost in strange ideas about describing the forests, rivers, caves etc in the 'garden'. First I was pleased (I like the idea of a growing garden) then got disappointed.



first published 2019 in German in Switzerland

35paulstalder
Today, 3:35pm Top

132) Pauline Pechfee by Ursula Poznanski. Pauline is a new fairy and is on her first mission to bring happiness to the people. She sprinkles some fairy dust on a woman who tries to catch the bus, but then the woman stumbles over her own feet and falls to the ground - Pauline is appalled and thinks she is a bad luck fairy instead a good luck one ... a nice children's book about 'luck once removed'.



first published 2007 in German in Austria

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