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hyperexcitability
—hyperexcitable, adj. /huy'peuhr ik suy'teuh bil"i tee/, n. Pathol., Psychol. an excessive reaction to stimuli. [HYPER- + EXCITABILITY] * * *
hyperexcited
adj. * * *
hyperexcursive
adj.; hyperexcursively, adv.; hyperexcursiveness, n. * * *
hyperextend
hyperextend [hī pərek stend′] vt. to injure (a knee, elbow, etc.) by bending it beyond its normal limit of extension hyperextension n. * * * See hyperextension. * * *
hyperextension
/huy'peuhr ik sten"sheuhn/, n. the extension of a part of the body beyond normal limits. [1880-85; HYPER- + EXTENSION] * * *
hyperfastidious
adj.; hyperfastidiously, adv.; hyperfastidiousness, n. * * *
hyperfeminine
adj.; hyperfemininely, adv.; hyperfeminineness, n. * * *
hyperfine structure
/huy"peuhr fuyn", huy'-/, Physics. the splitting of the lines of an atomic spectrum, produced by the angular momentum of the nucleus of the atom. Cf. fine structure. [1925-30; ...
hyperfinestructure
hy·per·fine structure (hīʹpər-fīn') n. Abbr. hfs Any of the spectral lines formed from the splitting of broader spectral lines as a result of the interaction between the ...
hyperflexible
adj.; hyperflexibleness, n.; hyperflexibly, adv. * * *
hyperflexion
n. * * *
hyperfocal distance
/huy"peuhr foh"keuhl, huy'-/, Photog. the distance, at a given f number, between a camera lens and the nearest point (hyperfocal point) having satisfactory definition when ...
hyperform
/huy"peuhr fawrm'/, n. Ling. a pronunciation or grammatical form or usage produced by hypercorrection. Cf. hypercorrection, hyperurbanism. [1930-35; HYPER- + FORM] * * *
hyperfunction
/huy'peuhr fungk"sheuhn/, n. Pathol. abnormally increased function, esp. of glands or other organs. [1905-10; HYPER- + FUNCTION] * * *
hyperfunctional
adj.; hyperfunctionally, adv. * * *
hypergalactia
/huy'peuhr geuh lak"tee euh/, n. Pathol. an abnormally large secretion of milk. Also, hypergalactosia /huy'peuhr gal'ak toh"see euh/, hypergalactosis /huy'peuhr gal'ak ...
hypergamy
—hypergamous, adj. /huy perr"geuh mee/, n. the practice among Hindu women of marrying into a caste at least as high as their own. [1880-85; HYPER- + -GAMY] * * *
hypergenesis
n. * * *
hypergenetic
adj. * * *
hypergenetical
adj.; hypergenetically, adv.; hypergeneticalness, n. * * *
hypergeometric distribution
/huy"peuhr jee'euh me"trik, huy'-/, Math. a system of probabilities associated with finding a specified number of elements, as 5 white balls, from a given number of elements, as ...
hypergeometric equation
Math. a differential equation of the form, (x2-x) d2y/dx2 + [(a+b+1)x-c] dy/dx + aby=0, where a, b, and c are arbitrary constants. * * *
hypergeometric function
Math. a function that is a solution to a hypergeometric equation. * * *
hyperglycemia
—hyperglycemic, adj. /huy'peuhr gluy see"mee euh/, n. Pathol. an abnormally high level of glucose in the blood. Also, hyperglycaemia. [1890-95; < NL; see HYPER-, GLYCEMIA] * * ...
hyperglycemic
See hyperglycemia. * * *
hypergol
/huy"peuhr gawl', -gol'/, n. any hypergolic agent. [1945-50; HYP(ER)- + ERG- + -OL2] * * *
hypergolic
/huy'peuhr gaw"lik, -gol"ik/, adj. (esp. of rocket-fuel propellant constituents) igniting spontaneously upon contact with a complementary substance. [1945-50; HYP(ER)- + ERG- + ...
hypergolically
See hypergol. * * *
hypergonadism
hy·per·go·nad·ism (hī'pər-gōʹnăd-ĭz'əm, -gŏnʹə-dĭz'əm) n. Excessive secretion of gonadal hormones. * * *
hypergrammatical
adj.; hypergrammatically, adv.; ness, n. * * *
hyperhidrosis
/huy'peuhr hi droh"sis/, n. Pathol. abnormally excessive sweating. Also, hyperidrosis /huy'peuhr i droh"sis/. [1850-55; HYPER- + HIDROSIS] * * * ▪ pathology also spelled ...
hyperhidrotic
adj. * * *
hyperhilarious
adj.; hyperhilariously, adv.; hyperhilariousness, n. * * *
hypericin
hy·per·i·cin (hī-pĕrʹĭ-sĭn) n. A drug, C30H16O8, produced synthetically or as an extract of Saint John's wort and used as an antidepressant and antiviral ...
hyperidealistic
adj. * * *
Hyperides
▪ Greek politician born 389 BC died 322       Athenian politician who opposed the Macedonian hegemony over Greece and was ranked as one of the greatest of the ...
hyperimmune
adj. * * *
hyperimmunize
v.t., hyperimmunized, hyperimmunizing. * * *
hyperinflate
/huy'peuhr in flayt"/, v.t., hyperinflated, hyperinflating. to subject to hyperinflation: hyperinflated prices. [HYPER- + INFLATE] * * *
hyperinflation
—hyperinflationary, adj. /huy'peuhr in flay"sheuhn/, n. extreme or excessive inflation. [1925-30; HYPER- + INFLATION] * * *
hyperinflationary
See hyperinflation. * * *
hyperinsulinism
/huy'peuhr in"seuh li niz'euhm, -ins"yeuh-/, n. Pathol. excessive insulin in the blood, resulting in hypoglycemia. [1920-25; HYPER- + INSULIN + -ISM] * * *
hyperintellectual
adj.; hyperintellectually, adv.; hyperintellectualness, n. * * *
hyperintelligent
adj.; hyperintelligently, adv. * * *
hyperintense
adj.; hyperintensely, adv.; hyperintenseness, n. * * *
Hyperion
/huy pear"ee euhn/, n. 1. Class. Myth. a Titan, the father of Helios, Selene, and Eos. 2. Astron. a natural satellite of the planet Saturn. [ < L < Gk Hyperíon, equiv. to hyper- ...
hyperirritability
—hyperirritable, adj. /huy'peuhr ir'i teuh bil"i tee/, n. extreme irritability. [1910-15; HYPER- + IRRITABILITY] * * *
hyperirritable
See hyperirritability. * * *
hyperkalemia
—hyperkalemic, adj. /huy'peuhr keuh lee"mee euh/, n. Pathol. an abnormally high concentration of potassium in the blood. [1945-50; HYPER- + NL kal(ium) potassium (see ALKALI, ...
hyperkeratosis
—hyperkeratotic /huy'peuhr ker'euh tot"ik/, adj. /huy'peuhr ker'euh toh"sis/, n. 1. Pathol. a. proliferation of the cells of the cornea. b. a thickening of the horny layer of ...
hyperkeratotic
See hyperkeratosis. * * *
hyperkinesia
—hyperkinetic /huy'peuhr ki net"ik, -kuy-/, adj. /huy'peuhr ki nee"zheuh, -zhee euh, -zee euh, -kuy-/, n. 1. Pathol. an abnormal amount of uncontrolled muscular action; ...
hyperkinesis
hyperkinesis [hī΄pər ki nē′zhəhī΄pərki nē′sis] n. 〚ModL
hyperkinetic
hy·per·ki·net·ic (hī'pər-kə-nĕtʹĭk, -kī-) adj. 1. Having or exhibiting hyperkinesia or hyperactivity. 2. Wildly fast-paced or excited; frenetic: a hyperkinetic sales ...
hyperlethal
adj. * * *
hyperlethargic
adj. * * *
hyperlink
/huy"peuhr lingk'/, n. a hypertext link. * * *
hyperlipemia
—hyperlipemic, hyperlipidemic, adj. /huy'peuhr li pee"mee euh, -luy-/, n. excessive amounts of fat and fatty substances in the blood; lipemia. Also, hyperlipidemia /huy'peuhr ...
hyperlipidemia
hyperlipidemia [hī΄pər li΄pi dē′mē ə] n. the presence of excessive lipids in the blood hyperlipidemic adj. * * * hy·per·li·pi·de·mi·a ...
hyperlipoproteinemia
/huy'peuhr lip'euh proh'tee nee"mee euh, -proh'tee euh-, -luy'peuh-/, n. Pathol. any of various disorders of lipoprotein metabolism, usually characterized by abnormally high ...
hyperlogical
adj.; hyperlogically, adv.; hyperlogicalness, n. * * *
hyperlustrous
adj.; hyperlustrously, adv.; hyperlustrousness, n. * * *
hypermagical
adj.; hypermagically, adv. * * *
hypermania
n. * * *
hypermanic
adj. * * *
hypermarket
/huy"peuhr mahr'kit/, n. Chiefly Brit. a combined supermarket and department store. [1965-70; HYPER- + MARKET, trans. of F hypermarché, on the model of supermarché ...
hypermasculine
adj.; hypermasculinely, adv.; hypermasculineness, n. * * *
hypermastigote
▪ protozoan order       any member of the zooflagellate protozoan order Hypermastigida. Hypermastigotes are complex, uninucleate, multiflagellate organisms that are ...
hypermedia
/huy"peuhr mee'dee euh/, n. (usually used with a singular v.) a system in which various forms of information, as data, text, graphics, video, and audio, are linked together by a ...
hypermegasoma
/huy'peuhr meg'euh soh"meuh/, n. Pathol. gigantism. [HYPER- + MEGA- + SOMA1] * * *
hypermetabolic
adj. * * *
hypermetaphoric
adj. * * *
hypermeter
—hypermetric /huy'peuhr me"trik/, hypermetrical, adj. /huy perr"mi teuhr/, n. Pros. a verse or line containing additional syllables after those proper to the meter. [1650-60; ...
hypermetric
hypermetric [hī΄pər me′trik] Prosody adj. 〚< Gr hypermetros, beyond measure: see HYPER- & METRIC〛 having an extra syllable or syllables: also hypermetrical n. a ...
hypermetrical
See hypermeter. * * *
hypermetropia
hypermetropia [hī΄pərmi trō′pē ə] n. 〚ModL < Gr hypermetros, beyond measure (see HYPER- & METRIC) + -OPIA〛 HYPEROPIA hypermetropic [hī΄pər miträp′ik, hī΄pər ...
hypermetropic
See hypermetropia. * * *
hypermetropical
See hypermetropic. * * *
hypermetropy
See hypermetropic. * * *
hypermicrosoma
/huy'peuhr muy'kreuh soh"meuh/, n. dwarfishness. [ < NL; see HYPER-, MICROSOME] * * *
hypermilitant
adj.; hypermilitantly, adv. * * *
hypermiraculous
adj.; hypermiraculously, adv.; hypermiraculousness, n. * * *
hypermnesia
—hypermnesic /-nee"sik, -zik/, adj. /huy'peuhrm nee"zheuh/, n. the condition of having an unusually vivid or precise memory. [1880-90; HYPER- + (A)MNESIA] * * *
hypermnesic
See hypermnesia. * * *
hypermodern
adj. * * *
hypermodernity
n., pl. hypermodernities. * * *
hypermodest
adj.; hypermodestly, adv.; hypermodestness, n. * * *
hypermoral
adj.; hypermorally, adv. * * *
hypermotility
/huy'peuhr moh til"i tee/, n. Pathol. excessive motility of the stomach or intestine (opposed to hypomotility). [1890-95; HYPER- + MOTILITY] * * *
hypermutable
adj.; hypermutableness, n.; hypermutably, adv. * * *
hypermystical
adj.; hypermystically, adv.; hypermysticalness, n. * * *
hypernatremia
/huy'peuhr neuh tree"mee euh/, n. Pathol. an abnormally high concentration of sodium in the blood. Also, hypernatronemia /huy'peuhr na'treuh nee"mee euh/. [1930-35; HYPER- + ...
hypernatural
adj.; hypernaturally, adv.; hypernaturalness, n. * * *
hyperneurotic
adj. * * *
hypernormal
adj.; hypernormally, adv.; hypernormalness, n. * * *
hypernutritive
adj. * * *
hyperobtrusive
adj.; hyperobtrusively, adv.; hyperobtrusiveness, n. * * *
hyperon
/huy"peuh ron'/, n. Physics. any baryon with strangeness other than zero, esp. one with a relatively long lifetime. [1950-55; HYPER- + -ON1] * * * ▪ subatomic ...
hyperope
See hyperopia. * * *
hyperopia
—hyperopic /huy'peuhr op"ik, -oh"pik/, adj. /huy'peuhr oh"pee euh/, n. Ophthalm. a condition of the eye in which parallel rays are focused behind the retina, distant objects ...
hyperopic
See hyperope. * * *
hyperorganic
adj. * * *
hyperorthodox
adj. * * *
hyperosmia
—hyperosmic, adj. /huy'peuhr oz"mee euh/, n. Pathol. an abnormally acute sense of smell. [HYPER- + -OSMIA] * * *
hyperosteogeny
/huy'peuhr os'tee oj"euh nee/, n. Pathol. excessive bone development. [HYPER- + OSTEO- + -GENY] * * *
hyperostosis
—hyperostotic /huy'peuhr o stot"ik/, adj. /huy'peuhr o stoh"sis/, n. Pathol. abnormal development of bony tissue. [1825-35; HYPER- + OSTOSIS] * * *
hyperostotic
See hyperostosis. * * *
hyperovaria
/huy'peuhr oh vair"ee euh/, n. Pathol. precocious sexuality in girls due to abnormally heavy ovarian secretion. Also, hyperovarianism /huy'peuhr oh vair"ee euh niz'euhm/, ...
hyperoxemia
/huy'peuhr ok see"mee euh/, n. Pathol. abnormal acidity of the blood. [HYPER- + OX(Y)-1 + -EMIA] * * *
hyperoxide
/huy'peuh rok"suyd, -sid/, n. Chem. superoxide. [1850-55; HYPER- + OXIDE] * * *
hyperoxygenate
v.t., hyperoxygenated, hyperoxygenating. * * *
hyperoxygenize
v.t., hyperoxygenized, hyperoxygenizing. * * *
hyperparasite
—hyperparasitic /huy'peuhr par'euh sit"ik/, adj. —hyperparasitism, n. /huy'peuhr par"euh suyt'/, n. Biol. an organism that is parasitic on or in another parasite. [1825-35; ...
hyperparathyroidism
/huy'peuhr par'euh thuy"roy diz'euhm/, n. Pathol. overactivity of the parathyroid gland, characterized by softening of the bones, with consequent pain, tenderness, and a tendency ...
hyperpathetic
adj. * * *
hyperpathetical
adj.; hyperpathetically, adv. * * *
hyperpatriotic
adj. * * *
hyperpersonal
adj.; hyperpersonally, adv. * * *
hyperphagia
—hyperphagic /huy'peuhr faj"ik, -fay"jik/, adj. /huy'peuhr fay"jee euh, -jeuh/, n. Pathol., Psychiatry. bulimia. [1940-45; HYPER- + -PHAGIA] * * *
hyperphysical
—hyperphysically, adv. /huy'peuhr fiz"i keuhl/, adj. being above or beyond the physical; immaterial; supernatural. [1590-1600; HYPER- + PHYSICAL] * * *
hyperpigmented
adj. * * *
hyperpituitarism
/huy'peuhr pi tooh"i teuh riz'euhm, -tyooh"-/, n. Pathol. 1. overactivity of the pituitary gland. 2. a resultant condition, as giantism or acromegaly. [1905-10; HYPER- + ...
hyperpituitary
See hyperpituitarism. * * *
hyperplane
/huy"peuhr playn', huy'peuhr playn"/, n. Math. a subspace of a vector space that has dimension one less than the dimension of the vector space. [1900-05; HYPER- + PLANE1] * * *
hyperplasia
—hyperplastic /huy'peuhr plas"tik/, adj. /huy'peuhr play"zheuh, -zhee euh, -zee euh/, n. Pathol., Biol. 1. abnormal multiplication of cells. 2. enlargement of a part due to an ...
hyperplastic
See hyperplasia. * * *
hyperploid
—hyperploidy, n. /huy"peuhr ployd'/, Biol. adj. 1. having a chromosome number that is greater than but not a multiple of the diploid number. n. 2. a hyperploid cell or ...
hyperploidy
See hyperploid. * * *
hyperpnea
/huy'peuhrp nee"euh, huy'peuhr nee"euh/, n. Pathol. abnormally deep or rapid respiration. Also, hyperpnoea. [1855-60; < NL, equiv. to hyper- HYPER- + -pnea -PNEA] * * *
hyperpneic
See hyperpnea. * * *
hyperpolarize
—hyperpolarization, n. /huy'peuhr poh"leuh ruyz'/, v., hyperpolarized, hyperpolarizing. Physiol. v.t. 1. to increase the difference in electric potential across (a cell ...
hyperpotassemia
—hyperpotassemic, adj. /huy'peuhr pot'euh see"mee euh/, n. Pathol. hyperkalemia. [1930-35; HYPER- + POTASS(IUM) + -EMIA] * * *
hyperpromiscuous
adj.; hyperpromiscuously, adv.; hyperpromiscuousness, n. * * *
hyperprophetic
adj. * * *
hyperprophetical
adj.; hyperprophetically, adv. * * *
hyperpure
adj.; hyperpurely, adv.; hyperpureness, n. * * *
hyperpurist
n. * * *
hyperpurity
n. * * *
hyperpyretic
See hyperpyrexial. * * *
hyperpyrexia
—hyperpyretic /huy'peuhr puy ret"ik/, hyperpyrexial, adj. /huy'peuhr puy rek"see euh/, n. Pathol. an abnormally high fever. [1865-70; HYPER- + PYREXIA] * * *
hyperpyrexial
See hyperpyrexia. * * *
hyperrational
adj.; hyperrationally, adv. * * *
hyperreactive
adj. * * *
hyperrealism
n. * * *
hyperrealist
n. * * *
hyperrealistic
adj. * * *
hyperrealize
v.t., hyperrealized, hyperrealizing. * * *
hyperresonant
adj.; hyperresonantly, adv. * * *
hyperresponsive
adj.; hyperresponsively, adv.; hyperresponsiveness, n. * * *
hyperrhythmic
adj. * * *
hyperrhythmical
adj.; hyperrhythmically, adv.; hyperrhythmicalness, n. * * *
hyperridiculous
adj.; hyperridiculously, adv.; hyperridiculousness, n. * * *
hyperromantic
adj. * * *
hypersaintly
adj. * * *
hypersaline
adj. * * *
hypersceptical
adj.; hypersceptically, adv.; hyperscepticalness, n. * * *
hyperscholastic
adj. * * *
hyperscrupulous
adj.; hyperscrupulously, adv.; hyperscrupulousness, n. * * *
hypersecretion
/huy'peuhr si kree"sheuhn/, n. Pathol. an excessive secretion. [1860-65; HYPER- + SECRETION] * * *
hypersensitive
—hypersensitiveness, hypersensitivity, n. /huy'peuhr sen"si tiv/, adj. 1. excessively sensitive: to be hypersensitive to criticism. 2. allergic to a substance to which persons ...
hypersensitiveness
See hypersensitive. * * *
hypersensitivity
See hypersensitiveness. * * *       acquired bodily state in which the reaction to a stimulus (e.g., a substance causing allergy or a physical agent such as light) is ...
hypersensitize
—hypersensitization, n. /huy'peuhr sen"si tuyz'/, v.t., hypersensitized, hypersensitizing. 1. Photog. to treat (a film or emulsion) so as to increase its speed. 2. Pathol. to ...
hypersensual
adj.; hypersensually, adv.; hypersensualness, n. * * *
hypersensuous
adj.; hypersensuously, adv.; hypersensuousness, n. * * *
hypersentimental
adj.; hypersentimentally, adv. * * *
hypersexual
—hypersexuality, n. —hypersexually, adv. /huy'peuhr sek"shooh euhl/ or, esp. Brit., /-seks"yooh-/, adj. 1. unusually or excessively active in or concerned with sexual ...
hypersexuality
See hypersexual. * * *
hypersocial
adj.; hypersocially, adv. * * *
hypersomnia
—hypersomniac, n. /huy'peuhr som"nee euh/, n. Pathol. a tendency to sleep excessively. [1875-80; HYPER- + (IN)SOMNIA] * * *
hypersomnolent
adj.; hypersomnolently, adv. * * *
hypersonic
/huy'peuhr son"ik/, adj. noting or pertaining to speed that is at least five times that of sound in the same medium. [1935-40; HYPER- + SONIC] * * *
hypersonically
See hypersonic. * * *
hypersophisticated
adj.; hypersophisticatedly, adv. * * *
hyperspace
—hyperspatial /huy'peuhr spay"sheuhl/, adj. /huy"peuhr spays'/, n. Math. a Euclidean space of dimension greater than three. [1865-70; HYPER- + SPACE] * * *
hyperspeculative
adj.; hyperspeculatively, adv.; hyperspeculativeness, n. * * *
hypersphere
—hyperspherical /huy'peuhr sfer"i keuhl/, adj. /huy"peuhr sfear', huy'peuhr sfear"/, n. Math. the generalization of a sphere to more than three dimensions. [1965-70; HYPER- + ...
hypersplenism
—hypersplenic, adj. /huy'peuhr splee"niz euhm, -splen"iz-/, n. Pathol. an abnormal condition characterized by an enlarged spleen that prematurely destroys red blood cells or ...
hyperstatic
/huy'peuhr stat"ik/, adj. redundant (def. 5b). [1925-30; HYPER- + STATIC] * * *
hypersthene
—hypersthenic /huy'peuhrs then"ik/, adj. /huy"peuhrs theen'/, n. Mineral. a dark iron magnesium silicate, an orthorhombic pyroxene containing more than 14 percent ferrous ...
hypersthenic
See hypersthene. * * *
hyperstoical
adj. * * *
hypersubtle
adj.; hypersubtleness, n. * * *
hypersuggestible
adj.; hypersuggestibleness, n.; hypersuggestibly, adv. * * *
hypersurface
/huy"peuhr serr'fis/, n. a mathematical object that generalizes the concept of surface from three-dimensional Euclidean space to hyperspace. [1905-10; HYPER- + SURFACE] * * *
hypersusceptible
—hypersusceptibility, n. /huy'peuhr seuh sep"teuh beuhl/, adj. Pathol. hypersensitive (def. 2). [1905-10; HYPER- + SUSCEPTIBLE] * * *
hypersuspicious
adj.; hypersuspiciously, adv.; hypersuspiciousness, n. * * *
hypersystolic
adj. * * *
Hypertalk
▪ computer language       a computer programming language designed in 1985 as “programming for the rest of us” by American computer scientist Bill Atkinson for ...
hypertechnical
adj.; hypertechnically, adv.; hypertechnicalness, n. * * *
hypertense
—hypertensely, adv. —hypertenseness, n. /huy'peuhr tens"/, adj. extremely or abnormally tense, excitable, or snappish. [HYPER- + TENSE1, or as back formation from ...
hypertension
/huy'peuhr ten"sheuhn/, n. 1. Pathol. a. elevation of the blood pressure, esp. the diastolic pressure. b. an arterial disease characterized by this condition. 2. excessive or ...
hypertensive
/huy'peuhr ten"siv/, adj. 1. characterized by or causing high blood pressure. n. 2. a person who has high blood pressure. [1900-05; HYPER- + TENSIVE] * * *
hypertext
/huy"peuhr tekst'/, n. a method of storing data through a computer program that allows a user to create and link fields of information at will and to retrieve the data ...
hyperthelia
      abnormal presence of accessory nipples, a condition of relatively frequent occurrence (1 percent of male and female human population). The nipples usually occur ...
hyperthermal
adj.; hyperthermally, adv. * * *
hyperthermia
/huy'peuhr therr"mee euh/, n. 1. Pathol. abnormally high fever. 2. Med. treatment of disease by the induction of fever, as by the injection of foreign protein or the application ...
hyperthymia
/huy'peuhr thuy"mee euh/, n. Psychiatry. 1. a condition characterized by extreme overactivity. 2. exaggerated emotionalism. [HYPER- + -THYMIA] * * *
hyperthyroid
/huy'peuhr thuy"royd/, adj. Pathol. 1. of, pertaining to, or having hyperthyroidism. 2. characterized by extreme intensity, emotionalism, or lack of restraint: hyperthyroid ...
hyperthyroidism
/huy'peuhr thuy"roy diz'euhm/, n. Pathol. 1. overactivity of the thyroid gland. 2. a condition resulting from this, characterized by increased metabolism and ...
hypertonia
/huy'peuhr toh"nee euh/, n. Pathol. increased rigidity, tension, and spasticity of the muscles. [1835-45; HYPER- + -TONIA] * * *


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