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Reagan, Nancy
▪ American first lady née  Anne Frances Robbins , adoptive name  Nancy Davis  born July 6, 1921, New York, New York, U.S.    American first lady (1981–89), the wife ...
Reagan, Ronald W(ilson)
born Feb. 6, 1911, Tampico, Ill., U.S. died June 5, 2004, Los Angeles, Calif. 40th president of the U.S. (1981–89). He attended Eureka College and worked as a radio sports ...
Reagan, Ronald W.
▪ president of United States Introduction in full  Ronald Wilson Reagan  born February 6, 1911, Tampico, Illinois, U.S. died June 5, 2004, Los Angeles, California  40th ...
Reagan, Ronald Wilson
▪ 2005       40th president (1981–89) of the United States (b. Feb. 6, 1911, Tampico, Ill.—d. June 5, 2004, Los Angeles, Calif.), was a Hollywood actor who became ...
Reagan,Nancy Davis
Rea·gan (rāʹgən), Nancy Davis. Born 1921. First Lady of the United States (1981-1989) as the wife of President Ronald Reagan. She established a nationwide antidrug ...
Reagan,Ronald Wilson
Reagan, Ronald Wilson. Born 1911. The 40th President of the United States (1981-1989). An actor turned politician, he was governor of California (1967-1975) and defeated the ...
Reaganomics
—Reaganomic, adj. /ray'geuh nom"iks/, n. the economic policies put forth by the administration of President Ronald Reagan, esp. as emphasizing supply-side theory. [1980-85; b. ...
reagent
/ree ay"jeuhnt/, n. Chem. a substance that, because of the reactions it causes, is used in analysis and synthesis. [1790-1800; RE(ACT) + AGENT; cf. ACT] * * *
reaggravate
v.t., reaggravated, reaggravating. * * *
reaggregate
v., reaggregated, reaggregating. * * *
reagin
/ree ay"jin, -gin/, n. Immunol. 1. Also called Wassermann antibody. an antibody formed in response to syphilis and reactive with cardiolipin in various blood tests for the ...
reaginic
See reagin. * * *
reaginically
See reaginic. * * *
reagitate
v., reagitated, reagitating. * * *
reagitation
n. * * *
Reagon, Bernice Johnson
▪ American musician and historian née  Bernice Johnson  born Oct. 4, 1942, Albany, Ga., U.S.       African American musician and historian whose work ranged from ...
reais
reais [rā īsh′] n. pl. of REAL3 (sense 2) * * * re·ais (rā-īshʹ) n. Plural of real3. * * *
real
real1 —realness, n. /ree"euhl, reel/, adj. 1. true; not merely ostensible, nominal, or apparent: the real reason for an act. 2. existing or occurring as fact; actual rather ...
real ale
➡ beer * * *
real ales
➡ pub * * *
real and personal property
Basic types of property in English common law, roughly corresponding to the division between immovables and movables in civil law. Real property consists of land, buildings, ...
real axis
/ree"euhl, reel/, Math. the horizontal axis in an Argand diagram. * * *
Real Cuerpo de Minería
▪ Mexican mining guild       (Spanish: “Royal Mining Company”), guild of mine owners in the Spanish colonies in the Americas. The guild was set up by royal decree in ...
real estate
—real-estate, adj. /ree"euhl, reel/ 1. property, esp. in land: three acres of real estate. 2. See real property. [1705-15] * * *
Real Gross Domestic Product per Economically Active Person, Table
▪ Table (1950, 1970, and 1980 in 1975 international dollars and average annual percentage rates of change) 1950 1970 ...
Real Gross Domestic Product per Employed Person, Table
▪ Table (based on own country price weights; average annual percent changes) 1950-86 1950-73 1973-79 1979-86 United States ...
Real Gross Domestic Product per Employed Person, Table 1
▪ Table (based on purchasing-power-parity exchange rates; United States = 100.0) 1950 1960 1970 1980 1986 United ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected Developed Countries
▪ Table Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected Developed Countries % annual change Country 2000 2001 2002 2003 20041 United ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected Developed Countries 1
▪ Table Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries % annual change Country 2001 2002 2003 2004 20051 United ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected Developed Countries 2
▪ Table % annual change   Country 1999 2000 2001 2002 20031 United ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected Developed Countries 3
▪ Table % annual change   Country 1998 1999 2000 2001 20021 United ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries
▪ Table Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries % annual change   Country 1997 1998 1999 2000 20011 United States 4.4   ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries, Table
▪ 2001 Table I. Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries % annual change Country 1996 1997 1998 1999 20001 United ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries, Table 1
▪ Table % annual change Country 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993* United States 2.5 ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries, Table 2
▪ Table % annual change Country 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994{1} United States ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries, Table 3
▪ Table Table I. Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countries % annual change   Country 1993 1994 1995 1996 19971 United States   2.3 3.5 2.0 2.4 3.6 Japan   ...
Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD Countris, Table
▪ Table Table I. Real Gross Domestic Products of Selected OECD ...
real income
/ree"euhl, reel/ the amount of goods and services that money income will buy. [1925-30] * * *
real line
/ree"euhl, reel/, Math. 1. See number line. 2. the real axis in the complex plane. * * *
real name Lancelot Brown
➡ Brown (II) * * *
real number
/ree"euhl, reel/, Math. a rational number or the limit of a sequence of rational numbers, as opposed to a complex number. Also called real. [1905-10] * * * In mathematics, a ...
real part
/ree"euhl, reel/, Math. the number a in the complex number a + bi. Cf. imaginary part. [1960-65] * * *
real presence
/ree"euhl, reel/, Theol. the doctrine that the substance of the body and blood of Christ are present in the Eucharist. [1550-60] * * *
real property
/ree"euhl, reel/, Law. an estate or property consisting of lands and of all appurtenances to lands, as buildings, crops, or mineral rights (distinguished from personal ...
real storage
/ree"euhl, reel/, Computers. (in a virtual storage system) the portion of addressable memory that consists of main storage. Also called real memory. * * *
real tennis
n [U] a very old form of tennis, played by two or four people in a large indoor court with rackets, a hard ball and a net. It was originally played by British kings and noblemen ...
real time
/ree"euhl, reel/ 1. Computers. the actual time elapsed in the performance of a computation by a computer, the result of the computation being required for the continuation of a ...
real variable
/ree"euhl, reel/, Math. a variable to which only real numbers are assigned as values. * * *
real wages
/ree"euhl, reel/ wages estimated not in money but in purchasing power. Cf. nominal wages. [1880-85] * * *
real world
—real-world, adj. /ree"euhl, reel/ the realm of practical or actual experience, as opposed to the abstract, theoretical, or idealized sphere of the classroom, laboratory, etc.: ...
Real, Cordillera
▪ mountains, Bolivia also called  Cordillera Oriental   major mountain system, the easternmost of the two in Bolivia. It extends generally north-south for about 750 miles ...
real-ale pubs
➡ beer * * *
real-estate
See real estate. * * *
real-estate investment trust
an unincorporated trust created for the purpose of investing in real property or to extend credit to those engaged in construction. Abbr.: REIT * * *
real-life
/ree"euhl luyf', reel"-/, adj. existing or happening in reality: real-life drama. [1830-40] * * *
real-time
/ree"euhl tuym", reel"-/, adj. Computers. of or pertaining to applications in which the computer must respond as rapidly as required by the user or necessitated by the process ...
real-world
real-world [rēl′wʉrld΄] adj. in, from, or having to do with actual experience or practice, rather than being theoretical, idealistic, or impractical * * *
RealAudio
▪ compressed audio format       a compressed audio format created in 1995 by Progressive Networks, which became RealNetworks, Inc., in 1997.       The RealAudio ...
realestate
re·al estate (rēʹəl, rēl) n. Land, including all the natural resources and permanent buildings on it.   reʹal-es·tate' (rēʹəl-ĭ·stāt', rēlʹ-) adj. * * *
realgar
/ree al"geuhr, -gahr/, n. arsenic disulfide, AS2S2, found in nature as an orange-red mineral and also produced artificially: used in pyrotechnics. Also called red ...
realia
/ree ay"lee euh, -al"ee euh, ray ah"lee euh/, n.pl. 1. Educ. objects, as coins, tools, etc., used by a teacher to illustrate everyday living. 2. Philos. things that are ...
realienate
v.t., realienated, realienating. * * *
realienation
n. * * *
realign
v. * * *
realignment
n. * * *
realism
/ree"euh liz'euhm/, n. 1. interest in or concern for the actual or real, as distinguished from the abstract, speculative, etc. 2. the tendency to view or represent things as they ...
realist
/ree"euh list/, n. 1. a person who tends to view or represent things as they really are. 2. an artist or a writer whose work is characterized by realism. 3. Philos. an adherent ...
realistic
—realistically, adv. /ree'euh lis"tik/, adj. 1. interested in, concerned with, or based on what is real or practical: a realistic estimate of costs; a realistic planner. 2. ...
realistically
See realistic. * * *
reality
/ree al"i tee/, n., pl. realities for 3, 5-7. 1. the state or quality of being real. 2. resemblance to what is real. 3. a real thing or fact. 4. real things, facts, or events ...
reality check
a corrective confronting of reality, in order to counteract one's expectations, prejudices, or the like. [1970-75] * * *
Reality game shows
➡ reality TV * * *
Reality of Virtual Characters
▪ 2004       In 2003 the final film of The Lord of the Rings trilogy, The Return of the King, further demonstrated what had been realized the year before in the second ...
reality principle
Psychoanal. the motivating force or mechanism by which the child, who has previously sought immediate gratification of all wishes, realizes that gratification must sometimes be ...
reality television
➡ reality TV * * *
reality testing
Psychiatry. the objective evaluation of situations, defective in certain psychoses, that enable one to distinguish between the external and the internal worlds and between the ...
reality TV
(in full reality television) a type of television programme which is based on filming ordinary people in ‘real’ situations instead of actors. The first reality TV shows were ...
reality-based
/ree al"i tee bayst'/, adj. (esp. of television) portraying or alleging to portray events as they actually happened. * * *
realitycheck
reality check n. An assessment to determine if one's circumstances or expectations conform to reality. * * *
realityprinciple
reality principle n. In psychoanalysis, the satisfaction of instinctual needs through awareness of and adjustment to environmental demands. * * *
realizable
See realize. * * *
realization
/ree'euh leuh zay"sheuhn/, n. 1. the making or being made real of something imagined, planned, etc. 2. the result of such a process: The new church was the realization of a ...
realize
—realizable, adj. —realizability, realizableness, n. —realizably, adv. —realizer, n. /ree"euh luyz'/, v., realized, realizing. v.t. 1. to grasp or understand clearly. 2. ...
realizer
See realizable. * * *
reallegation
n. * * *
reallege
v.t., realleged, realleging. * * *
realliance
n. * * *
reallocate
v.t., reallocated, reallocating. * * *
reallocation
n. * * *
reallot
v.t., reallotted, reallotting. * * *
reallotment
n. * * *
really
/ree"euh lee, ree"lee/, adv. 1. in reality; actually: to see things as they really are. 2. genuinely or truly: a really honest man. 3. indeed: Really, this is too ...
realm
/relm/, n. 1. a royal domain; kingdom: the realm of England. 2. the region, sphere, or domain within which anything occurs, prevails, or dominates: the realm of dreams. 3. the ...
realness
See real1. * * *
realnumber
re·al number (rēʹəl, rēl) n. A number that is rational or irrational, not imaginary. * * *
realpolitik
—realpolitiker, /ray ahl"poh lee'ti keuhr, ree-/, n. /ray ahl"poh'li teek', ree-/, n. political realism or practical politics, esp. policy based on power rather than on ...
realpolitiker
See realpolitik. * * *
realschule
▪ German secondary school plural  Realschulen,        German secondary school with an emphasis on the practical that evolved in the mid-18th century as a six-year ...
realter
v. * * *
realterable
adj.; realterableness, n.; realterably, adv. * * *
realteration
n. * * *
realtime
re·al time (rēʹəl, rēl) n. 1. The actual time in which a physical process under computer study or control occurs. 2. The time required for a computer to solve a problem, ...
Realtor
/ree"euhl teuhr, -tawr', reel"-/, Trademark. a person who works in the real-estate business and is a member of the National Association of Real Estate Boards, or one of its ...
realty
/ree"euhl tee, reel"-/, n. real property or real estate. [1400-50; late ME realte. See REAL1, -TY2] * * *
ream
ream1 /reem/, n. 1. a standard quantity of paper, consisting of 20 quires or 500 sheets (formerly 480 sheets), or 516 sheets (printer's ream or perfect ream). 2. Usually, reams. ...
Ream, Vinnie
▪ American sculptor born September 25, 1847, Madison, Wisconsin, U.S. died November 20, 1914, Washington, D.C.  American sculptor, who is best remembered for her sculpture of ...
reamalgamate
v., reamalgamated, reamalgamating. * * *
reamass
v.t. * * *
reamassment
n. * * *
reamend
v. * * *
reamendment
n. * * *
reamer
/ree"meuhr/, n. 1. any of various rotary tools, with helical or straight flutes, for finishing or enlarging holes drilled in metal. 2. any bladelike pick or rod used for ...
reanalysis
n., pl. reanalyses. * * *
reanalyzable
adj. * * *
reanalyze
v.t., reanalyzed, reanalyzing. * * *
reanchor
v. * * *
Reaney, James Crerar
▪ Canadian writer born Sept. 1, 1926, near Stratford, Ont., Can. died June 11, 2008, London, Ont.       Canadian poet and playwright whose works transform Ontario ...
reanimate
—reanimation, n. /ree'an"euh mayt'/, v.t., reanimated, reanimating. 1. to restore to life; resuscitate. 2. to give fresh vigor, spirit, or courage to. 3. to stimulate to ...
reanimation rite
▪ Egyptian religion  in Egyptian religion, rite to prepare the deceased for the afterlife, performed on statues of the deceased, the mummy itself, or statues of a god ...
reannex
v.t. * * *
reannexation
n. * * *
reannotate
v., reannotated, reannotating. * * *
reannotation
n. * * *
reannounce
v.t., reannounced, reannouncing. * * *
reanoint
v.t. * * *
reanointment
n. * * *
reantagonize
v.t., reantagonized, reantagonizing. * * *
reap
—reapable, adj. /reep/, v.t. 1. to cut (wheat, rye, etc.) with a sickle or other implement or a machine, as in harvest. 2. to gather or take (a crop, harvest, etc.). 3. to get ...
reaper
/ree"peuhr/, n. 1. a machine for cutting standing grain; reaping machine. 2. a person who reaps. 3. See Grim Reaper. [bef. 1000; ME reper, OE ripere. See REAP, -ER1] * * * Any ...
reaping machine
any of various machines for reaping grain, often fitted with a device for automatically throwing out bundles of the cut grain. [1805-15] * * *
reapologize
v.t., reapologized, reapologizing. * * *
reapology
n., pl. reapologies. * * *
reappeal
v. * * *
reappear
v.i. * * *
reappearance
n. * * *
reapplaud
v. * * *
reappliance
n. * * *
reapply
v., reapplied, reapplying. * * *
reappoint
v.t. * * *
reapportion
/ree'euh pawr"sheuhn, -pohr"-/, v.t. to apportion or distribute anew. [1965-70; RE- + APPORTION] * * *
reapportionment
/ree'euh pawr"sheuhn meuhnt, -pohr"-/, n. 1. the act of redistributing or changing the apportionment of something. 2. the redistribution of representation in a legislative ...
reappraisal
n. * * *
reappraise
v.t., reappraised, reappraising. * * *
reapprehend
v. * * *
reapproach
v. * * *
reapproachable
adj. * * *
reappropriate
v.t., reappropriated, reappropriating. * * *
reapproval
n. * * *
reapprove
v., reapproved, reapproving. * * *
rear
rear1 /rear/, n. 1. the back of something, as distinguished from the front: The porch is at the rear of the house. 2. the space or position behind something: The bus driver asked ...
Rear Adm.
Rear Admiral. * * *
rear admiral
U.S. Navy, Coast Guard. a commissioned officer next in rank below a vice-admiral. [1580-90] * * *
rear deck
Auto. deck (def. 12). * * *
rear echelon
(in a military operation) the troops, officers, etc., removed from the combat zone and responsible for administration, matériel, etc. Cf. forward echelon. [1930-35] * * *
rear end
1. the hindmost part of something. 2. Informal. the buttocks; behind. Also called tail end. [1865-70] * * *
rear guard
a part of an army or military force detached from the main body to bring up and guard the rear from surprise attack, esp. in a retreat. [1475-85; < AF reregard, OF rereguarde] * ...
rear projection
Motion Pictures. the projection of filmed action or stills on a translucent screen in front of which actors are lit and filmed: used to simulate an outdoor or location background ...
rear sight
the sight nearest the breech of a firearm. * * *
rear-end
/rear"end"/, v.t. 1. to drive a vehicle or other conveyance so as to strike the back end of (another vehicle): My car was rear-ended by another driver on the highway. 2. (of a ...
rear-ender
/rear"en"deuhr/, n. an accident in which a vehicle or other conveyance has run into the rear of another. [1930-35; REAR END + -ER1] * * *
rear-guard
rear-guard (rîrʹgärd') adj. 1. Of or relating to a rear guard. 2. Of or relating to economic, political, or social resistance: mounting a rear-guard effort to prevent tax ...
rearadmiral
rear admiral n. 1. A commissioned rank in the U.S. Navy or Coast Guard that is above captain and below vice admiral. 2. One who holds this rank. * * *
rearbitrate
v., rearbitrated, rearbitrating. * * *
rearend
rear end n. 1. The rear part: the rear end of a car. 2. Informal. The buttocks. * * *
rearer
See rear2. * * *
rearguard
/rear"gahrd'/, adj. 1. of or pertaining to a rear guard. 2. designed to oppose or prevent in a defensive way: a rearguard strategy. Also, rear-guard. [1895-1900; attributive use ...
reargue
v., reargued, rearguing. * * *
reargument
n. * * *
rearise
v.i., rearose, rearisen, rearising. * * *
rearm
—rearmament /ree ahr"meuh meuhnt/, n. /ree ahrm"/, v.t. 1. to arm again. 2. to furnish with new or better weapons: As soon as the new rifle was in production, the troops were ...
rearmament
See rearm. * * *
rearmost
/rear"mohst'/, adj. farthest in the rear; last. [1710-20; REAR1 + -MOST] * * *
rearousal
n. * * *
rearouse
v., rearoused, rearousing. * * *
rearrange
v., rearranged, rearranging. * * *
rearrangeable
adj. * * *
rearrest
v.t., n. * * *
rearticulate
v., rearticulated, rearticulating. * * *
rearview mirror
/rear"vyooh'/ a mirror mounted on the side, windshield, or instrument panel of an automobile or other vehicle to provide the driver with a view of the area behind the ...
rearviewmirror
rear·view mirror (rîrʹvyo͞oʹ) n. A mirror, such as one attached to a motor vehicle, that provides a view of what is behind. * * *
rearward
—rearwardness, n. /rear"weuhrd/ for 1-4; /rear"wawrd/ for 5, adv. 1. Also, rearwards. toward or in the rear. adj., 2. located in, near, or toward the rear. 3. directed toward ...
rearwards
See rearward1. * * *
reascend
v. * * *
reascent
n. * * *
reason
—reasoner, n. /ree"zeuhn/, n. 1. a basis or cause, as for some belief, action, fact, event, etc.: the reason for declaring war. 2. a statement presented in justification or ...
reasonability
See reasonable. * * *
reasonable
—reasonableness, reasonability, n. —reasonably, adv. /ree"zeuh neuh beuhl, reez"neuh-/, adj. 1. agreeable to reason or sound judgment; logical: a reasonable choice for ...
reasonableness
See reasonability. * * *
reasonably
See reasonability. * * *
reasoned
—reasonedly, adv. /ree"zeuhnd/, adj. 1. based on reason: a carefully reasoned decision. 2. containing reasons: a long, reasoned reply. [1675-85; REASON + -ED2] * * *
reasoner
See reason. * * *
reasoning
—reasoningly, adv. /ree"zeuh ning, reez"ning/, n. 1. the act or process of a person who reasons. 2. the process of forming conclusions, judgments, or inferences from facts or ...
reasonless
—reasonlessly, adv. —reasonlessness, n. /ree"zeuhn lis/, adj. 1. not having any reason or sense: an utterly reasonless display of anger. 2. not having a natural capacity for ...
reassemblage
n. * * *
reassemble
v., reassembled, reassembling. * * *
reassembly
n., pl. reassemblies. * * *
reassent
v.i. * * *
reassert
v.t. * * *
reassertion
n. * * *
reassess
v.t. * * *
reassessment
n. * * *
reassign
v.t. * * *
reassignment
n. * * *
reassimilate
v., reassimilated, reassimilating. * * *
reassist
v.t. * * *
reassistance
n. * * *
reassociate
v., reassociated, reassociating. * * *
reassort
v. * * *
reassortment
n. * * *
reassume
v.t., reassumed, reassuming. * * *
reassumption
n. * * *
reassurance
See reassure. * * *
reassure
—reassurance, n. —reassuredly /ree'euh shoor"id lee, -sherr"-/, adv. —reassurement, n. —reassurer, n. —reassuringly, adv. /ree'euh shoor", -sherr"/, v.t., reassured, ...
reassuringly
See reassurance. * * *
reata
/ree ah"teuh, -at"euh/, n. riata. * * *
reattach
v. * * *
reattachable
adj. * * *
reattachment
n. * * *
reattack
v. * * *
reattain
v.t. * * *
reattainment
n. * * *
reattempt
v.t. * * *
reattest
v.t. * * *
reattire
v.t., reattired, reattiring. * * *
reattract
v.t. * * *
reattraction
n. * * *
reattribute
v.t., reattributed, reattributing. * * *
reaudit
n., v. * * *
reaudition
n. * * *
Réaum.
Réaumur (temperature). * * *
Réaumur
/ray"euh myoor'/; Fr. /rdday oh myuurdd"/, n. 1. René Antoine Ferchault de /rddeuh nay" ahonn twannn" ferdd shoh" deuh/, 1683-1757, French physicist and inventor. adj. 2. Also, ...
Réaumur temperature scale
      scale established in 1730 by the French naturalist René-Antoine Ferchault de Réaumur (Réaumur, René-Antoine Ferchault de) (1683–1757), with its zero set at the ...
Réaumur, René-Antoine Ferchault de
born Feb. 28, 1683, La Rochelle, France died Oct. 17, 1757, Saint-Julien-du-Terroux French physicist and entomologist. He invented the thermometric scale that bears his name ...
Réaumur, RenéAntoine Ferchault de
Ré·au·mur (rā'ə-myo͝orʹ, -ō-, rā-ō-mürʹ), René Antoine Ferchault de. 1683-1757. French physicist who invented the alcohol thermometer and devised the Réaumur ...
reauthenticate
v.t., reauthenticated, reauthenticating. * * *
reauthorize
v.t., reauthorized, reauthorizing. * * *
reavail
reavail [spelling only] * * *
reave
reave1 /reev/, v.t., reaved or reft, reaving. Archaic. to take away by or as by force; plunder; rob. [bef. 900; ME reven, OE reafian; c. G rauben, D roven to ROB] reave2 /reev/, ...
reave1
reave1 [rēv] vt. reaved or reft, reaving 〚ME reven < OE reafian, akin to Ger rauben, to ROB〛 Archaic to take away by violence; seize; rob * * *
reave2
reave2 [rēv] vt. reaved or reft, reaving 〚ME reven, altered (by assoc. with reven: see REAVE1) < ON rifa, to tear < IE * reip-, var. of base * rei- > L rima, a ...
reavow
v.t. * * *
reavowal
n. * * *
reawake
v., reawoke or reawaked, reawaking. * * *
reawaken
v. * * *
reawakening
n. * * *
reb
/reb/, n. Informal. a Confederate soldier. [shortened form of REBEL] * * *
Reb
/rddeb/, n. Yiddish. Mister (used as a title of respect). [lit., rabbi] * * *
rebab
/ri bahb"/, n. a Near Eastern fiddle having one to three strings and played with a bow. [1730-40; < Ar rabab; see REBEC] * * *

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