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完形填空专项练习 (1) When someone says, “Well, I guess I’ll have to go to face the music.” It doesn’t mean he is planning to go to a concert. It is 1 less pleasant, like 2 in by your boss to explain why you did this and did that, and why you did not do this 3 that. Terrible music, indeed, but it has to 4 . At some time or 5 , every one of us has had to “face the music”, especially as children. We can all remember father’s 6 voice, “I want to talk to you!” and only 7 we did not obey him. What an unpleasant business it 8 ! The phrase “to face the music” is known 9 every American, young and old. It is at least 100 years old. Where did the 10 come from? The first 11 comes from American novelist James Fennimore Cooper. He said, in 1851, 12 the expression was first 13 by actors while waiting in the 14 to go on stage. After they got their clue (暗示) to go on, they often said, “It’s time to go to face the music.” And this is 15 what they did face — the orchestra (管弦乐队) which was just below the stage. An actor might be frightened or 16 as he moved on to the stage in front of him. The audience might be friendly, or perhaps unfriendly, especially 17 he forgot his lines. But he had to go out. If he did not, there would be no play. So, “to face the music” 18 to mean: having to go 19 something, no matter how unpleasant the 20 might be, because you knew you had no choice. 1. A. anything B. something C. nothing D. everything ( ) 2. A. call B. called C. calling D. being called ( ) 3. A. or B. and C. but D. with ( ) 4. A. face B. facing C. being faced D. be faced ( ) 5. A. other B. the other C. another D. others ( ) 6. A. loud B. angry C. calm D. worried ( ) 7. A. because B. since C. unless D. in case ( ) 8. A. is B. had been C. was D. has been ( ) 9. A. by B. for C. to D. of ( ) 10. A. question B. proverb C. information D. expression ( ) 11. A. saying B. method C. explanation D. point ( ) 12. A. when B. why C. whether D. that ( ) 13. A. used B. said C. taken D. sent ( ) 14. A. clothes B. wings C. masks D. words ( ) 15. A. perhaps B. exactly C. mainly D. also ( ) 16. A. satisfied B. proud C. nervous D. mysterious ( ) 17. A. if B. while C. before D. until ( ) 18. A. went B. came C. continued D. got ( ) 19. A. through B. by C. on D. into ( ) 20. A. problem B. experience C. incident D. event ( ) 参考答案: 1-5 BDADC 6-10 BACCD 11-15 CDABB 16-20 CABAB

(2) A person may have an idea about himself that will prevent him from doing good work. He may have the 1 that he is not capable (有能力的) of it. A child may think he is 2 because he does not understand how to make the deepest of his mental faculties (天赋). Older people may be mistaken that they are incapable of 3 anything new because of their 4 . A person who believes that he is incapable will not make a real 5 , because he feels that it should be useless. He won’t go at a job with the confidence (自信) necessary for 6 and he won’t try his best, even though he may 7 he is doing so. He is 8 likely to fail, and the failure will increase his belief in his incompetence (能力). Alfred Adler, a famous doctor, had a (an) 9 like this. When he was a small boy, he had a poor 10 in maths. His teacher told his 11 he had no ability in maths in order that they would not expect too much of him. In this way, they too 12 the idea. He accepted 13 mistaken thinking of his ability, felt that it was useless to 14 , and was very poor at maths, 15 as they expected. One day he worked on a problem which 16 of the other students had been able to solve. Adler succeeded in solving the problem. This gave him confidence. He now 17 with interest, determination and purpose, and he soon became especially good at 18 . He not only proved that he could learn maths well, but luckily he learned 19 in his life from his own experience that if a person goes at a job with determination and purpose, he may 20 himself as well as others by his ability. 1. A. belief B. way C. fact D. condition ( ) 2. A. clever B. shy C. useless D stupid ( ) 3. A. teaching B. learning C. accepting D. using ( ) 4. A. ability B. age C. brain D. knowledge ( ) 5. A. decision B. success C. effort D. trouble ( ) 6. A. work B. study C. improvement D. success ( ) 7. A. forget B. think C. guess D. understand ( ) 8. A. truly B. really C. however D. therefore ( ) 9. A. experience B. example C. thought D. story ( ) 10. A. state B. mind C. start D. ending ( ) 11. A. classmates B. friends C. neighbors D. parents ( ) 12. A. developed B. organized C. discovered D. found ( ) 13. A. his B her C. its D. their ( ) 14. A. manage B. succeed C. try D. act ( ) 15. A. only B. almost C. just D. then ( ) 16. A. none B. all C. many D. most ( ) 17. A. lived B. worked C. played D. graduated ( ) 18. A. lessons B. medicine C. subjects D. maths ( ) 19. A. early B. badly C. late D. simply ( ) 20. A. encourage B. love C. astonish D. disappoint ( ) 21. 答案:1-5 ADBBC 6-10 DBDAC 11-15 DADCC 16-20 ABDAA

(3) It interests me to watch the way children so often act against their parents’ idea, while at the same time 1 their parents’ characteristic (特征). That is to say, the children grow up to 2 view different from their parents’, yet to have 3 personalities. There is a quarrel 4 on in the toy world at present 5 whether children should be 6 to have war toy. I don’t believe in encouraging war toys, but I do not see 7 point in forbidding them when I think of the 8 of my friend Harry. Harry is the 9 of a pair of strict parents who were totally against war. He was never allowed toy soldiers 10 a boy, never allowed toy guns. Harry grew up and went into the army, becoming a first-class soldier and 11 all sorts of military honors in a rather fierce unit. He became the opposite in 12 way of what his parents might have 13 of their son. And yet there is gentleness about Harry which shows a 14 personality. There is a sympathetic element (富 有同情心的秉性) about the man which, I can see, 15 have come from his family. In spite of 16 things differently from our parents, a lot of the spirit gets passed on. Parents certainly have to 17 their children what they believe to be right, but it is not so much your ideas that children 18 as your example. Perhaps the 19 way to teach one’s children gentleness is not to forbid toy guns, but to be gentle in 20 everyday life. 1. A. keeping B. leaving C. continuing D. enjoying ( ) 2. A. accept B. receive C. hold D. like ( ) 3. A. equal B. similar C. good D. bad ( ) 4. A. putting B. calling C. going D. getting ( ) 5. A. over B. with C. by D. on ( ) 6. A. discouraged B. limited C. controlled D. encouraged ( ) 7. A. any B. some C. one D. another ( ) 8. A. experiment B. experience C. stories D. family ( ) 9. A. one B. son C. daughter D. nephew ( ) 10. A. as B. for C. since D. like ( ) 11. A. accepting B. defeating C. winning D. receiving ( ) 12. A. all B. every C. any D. some ( ) 13. A. wanted B. thought C. believed D. expected ( ) 14. A. rude B. different C. brave D. quiet ( ) 15. A. will B. must C. should D. can ( ) 16. A. doing B. taking C. drawing D. setting ( ) 17. A. ask B. require C. teach D. advise ( ) 18. A. have B. learn C. set D. follow ( ) 19. A. best B. better C. valuable D. long ( ) 20. A. their B. your C. one’s own D. our own ( ) 答案:1-5 ACBCA 6-10 DABBA 11-15 CBDDB 16-20 ACDAC

(4) The Florida sun baked my shoulders as I worked along the I---595 freeway near Fort Lauderdale, picking up rubbish. I paused to 1 the sweat off my forehead and look up at the cloudless blue sky. “ 2 can’t it rain?” I thought. That would 3 things off. I thought about my 4 , who were 5 sitting in an air-conditioned classroom at the high school right now. I’d had some 6 in school, so my parents decided to let me work 7 with my dad. We both worked for my uncle, who had taken 8 of a road maintenance (道路养护) company. It was up to us to keep the roads 9 of rubbish. The job was 10 and dirty, especially on hot days like this. I 11 why I ever agreed to do it. We continued our 12 route (路线) along 595, 13 for the overpass bridge. Then I noticed an area where some 14 were broken on the ground. They weren’t like that before. “Dad! Pull over! I want to 15 something out.” I jumped off the truck and rushed to the bridge. Something was telling me to 16 … there wasn’t much time. 17 I saw a Toyota that 18 upside down in the trees. Maybe it was a stolen car that somebody 19 there. Then I noticed something 20 . It was a bloody leg poking out of the driver’s side window! “Help!” a lady moaned (呻吟). 1. A. wipe B. clean C. dry D. brush ( ) 2. A. When B. How C. Why D. How long ( ) 3. A. wash B. keep C. stay D. cool ( ) 4. A. relatives B. neighbors C. friends D. workmates ( ) 5. A. happily B. probably C. really D. finally ( ) 6. A. difficulty B. trouble C. questions D. problems ( ) 7. A. full-times B. part-time C. all the time D. some time ( ) 8. A. advantage B. possession C. position D. place ( ) 9. A. away B. from C. far D. clear ( ) 10. A. easy B. exciting C. smelly D. comfortable ( ) 11. A. knew B. wondered C. believed D. admitted ( ) 12. A. regular B. common C. unusual D. old ( ) 13. A. leaving B. going C. coming D. heading ( ) 14. A. cars B. bottles C. trees D. glasses ( ) 15. A. check B. turn C. make D. bring ( ) 16. A. decide B. hurry C. consider D. listen ( ) 17. A. Above B. Behind C. Ahead D. Below ( ) 18. A. hung B. pulled C. caught D. knocked ( ) 19. A. treasured B. deserted C. kept D. hid ( ) 20. A. pushing B. shouting C. moving D. crying ( ) 答案:1-5 ACDCB 5-10 DABDC 11-15 BADCA 16-20 BDABC

(5) It’s no secret that many children would be healthier and happier with adoptive parents (养父母) than with the parents that nature dealt them. That’s especially 1 of children who remain in homes where they’re badly treated 2 the law blindly favors biological parents. It’s also true of children who 3 for years in foster (寄养) homes because of parents who can’t or won’t care for them but 4 to give up custody (监护) rights. Fourteen-year-old Kimberly Mays 5 neither description, but her recent court victory could 6 children who do. Kimberly has been the object of an angry custody battle between the man who 7 her and her biological parents, with whom she has never 8 . A Florida judge decided that the teenager can 9 with the only father she’s ever known and that her biological parents have “no legal right” on her. Shortly after 10 in December 1978 , Kimberly Mays and another baby were mistakenly switched and sent home with the 11 parent. Kimberly’s biological parents received a child who died of a heart disease in 1988. Medical tests 12 that the child wasn’t their own daughter, but Kim was, thus leading to a custody 13 with Robert Mays. In 1989, the two families 14 that Mr. Mays would continue to have custody with the biological parents getting 15 rights. Those rights were ended when Mr. Mays decided that Kimberly was being 16 . The decision to 17 Kimberly with Mr. Mays caused heated discussion. But the judge made 18 that Kimberly did have the right to sue (起诉) on her own behalf. Thus he made clear that she was more than just a 19 possession of her parents. Biological parentage does not mean an absolute ownership that cancels (取消) all the 20 of children. 1. A. terrible B. true C. sad D. natural ( ) 2. A. but B. when C. because D. if ( ) 3. A. suffer B. work C. settle D. gather ( ) 4. A. have B. stick C. want D. refuse ( ) 5. A. fits B. knows C. likes D. gives ( ) 6. A. support B. help C. interest D. surprise ( ) 7. A. missed B. protected C. praised D. raised ( ) 8. A. talked B. dealt C. lived D. cared ( ) 9. A. remain B. leave C. share D. chat ( ) 10. A. birth B. school C. operation D. judgment ( ) 11. A. own B. wrong C. kind D. biological ( ) 12. A. explained B. decided C. showed D. examined ( ) 13. A. agreement B. decision C. battle D. right ( ) 14. A. quarreled B. thought C. prepared D. agreed ( ) 15. A. visiting B. equal C. speaking D. political ( ) 16. A. wounded B. hidden C. forbidden D. harmed ( ) 17. A. give B. leave C. meet D. keep ( ) 18. A. free B. happy C. clear D. sure ( ) 19. A. public B. great C. proper D. personal ( ) 20. A. joys B. rights C. opinions D. ideas ( ) 参考答案:1-5 BCADA 6-10 BDCAA 11-15 BCCDA 16-20 DBCDB

(6) Begin doing the work you love as soon as possible, even if you don’t get 1 for it, or if you can only work at it part-time. Albert Einstein was unable to get a job as a physics professor. He 2 to himself, “Well, I just don’t have the work relative to 3 . I should give up on it and settle for something else.” 4 , he wrote the two most famous papers while 5 as a patent (专利) office worker. 6 that, there was not any major 7 in the world that would not have wanted him to work for them as a professor. If you want to work as an artist and you are 8 as a waiter, don’t think of yourself as a waiter who 9 one day to become an artist. That puts the 10 you love somewhere off in the distance future. Rather, think yourself as 11 , supporting yourself by waiting tables and paint or draw as much as you can. It is 12 to earn a living wage as a waiter 13 24 hours a week. That 14 plenty of time to devote to training or developing your craft (手艺) in the 15 hours. While seeking the work you it helps to expand your awareness (意识) into the universe of all possibilities. You don’t want to be 16 the ideas of what you should do or what you have done before. Having opened to 17 possibilities, you can make a final 18 and select the work you love as your own. Doing the work you love 19 that you be equally comfortable with the imaginative and the 20 . It requires the ability to dream big dreams and the ability to face and master all the little details that make dreams come true. 1. A. done B. started C. praised D. paid ( ) 2. A. could have said B. shouldn’t have said ( ) C. must have said D. may have said ( ) 3. A. science B. maths C. physics D. money ( ) 4. A. So B. Instead C. Therefore D. And ( ) 5. A. employed B. regarded C. worked D. recognized ( ) 6. A. after B. before C. until D. during ( ) 7. A. city B. factory C. university D. company ( ) 8. A. known B. chosen ( ) C. leading a life D. making a living ( ) 9. A. thinks B. imagine C. hopes D. decides ( ) 10. A. man B. woman C. person D. work ( ) 11. A. an artist B. a waiter C. a waitress D. a big potato ( ) 12. A. impossible B. possible C. important D. lucky ( ) 13. A. working B. worked C. to be working D. to work ( ) 14. A. sends B. spares C. leaves D. takes ( ) 15. A. on B office C. business D. off ( ) 16. A. interested in B. devoted to C. limited to D. troubled by ( ) 17. A. no B. all C. few D. both ( ) 18. A. decision B. plan C. conclusion D. judge ( ) 19. A. suggests B. requires C. insists D. encourages ( ) 20. A. necessary B. practical C. careful D. honest ( ) 参考答案:1-5 DACBA 6-10 ACDCD 11-15 ABACD 16-20 CBABB

(7) The western world has always been divided into two types of people --- the cool and the uncool. It is a division that 1 in school. The cool kids are good at 2 . They are 3 with opposite sex. They are good-looking and people want to 4 their style. They can do their homework but they don’t make a big effort. That would 5 be cool. The uncool kids are in the other corner of the playground. They are very bright, but they don’t have great 6 skills and they are 7 at sports. When they are not programming computers or doing calculus (微积分) in their heads, they are reading comic books and watching shows like the “X Files”. They are 8 as the geeks. Here’s the news. The geeks are 9 . Make friends with them now or they will put virus in your computer and 10 your maths homework to ruin. Greeks might not be popular at school, yet they do pass their examination, and they might not be too popular at university, but 11 good degrees. The most important 12 of the 21st century, computer and IT, has been at least partly created by geeks. Greek heroes like Bill Gates 13 others to follow their example. Being a geek is a way of earning good money. And the creation of the Internet gave them a 14 of their own to work and play in, making them a global 15 . Besides, the effort of the geeks 16 popular culture has started a new trend (趋势). It is now cool to be 17 . Geek culture is becoming an important part of general popular culture, in which what you know is more important than 18 you look like. But there are also 19 . Geeks were often but bullied or laughed at in school. Now a geek may be your boos. Perhaps it is time for 20 . 1. A. continues B. makes C. remains D. starts ( ) 2. A. computers B. studies C. sports D. maths ( ) 3. A. pleasant B. popular C. crazy D. average ( ) 4. A. copy B. advance C. take D. act ( ) 5. A. not B. indeed C. perhaps D. actually ( ) 6. A. speaking B. operating C. social D. experimental ( ) 7. A. speechless B. sharp C. active D. hopeless ( ) 8. A. known B. referred C. thought D. admired ( ) 9. A. taking on B. taking up C. taking over D. taking in ( ) 10. A. put B. cause C. bring D. serve ( ) 11. A. win B. take C. wish D. finish ( ) 12. A. industry B. discovery C. progress D. development ( ) 13. A. promise B. discourage C. demand D. excite ( ) 14. A. chance B. space C. world D. career ( ) 15. A. force B. company C. organization D. department ( ) 16. A. of B. on C. in D. for ( ) 17. A. rich B. attractive C. handsome D. uncool ( ) 18. A. how B. that C. what D. how much ( ) 19. A. opportunities B. dangers C. possibility D. question ( ) 20. A. punishment B. argument C. competition D. employment ( ) 参考答案:1-5 DCBAA 6-10 CDACC 11-15 BADCA 16-20 BDCBA

(8) Do you remember last summer, when angry travelers were urging the government to do something about airline customer service? Airlines 1 to improve, and they adopted (采用) new standards just before Christmas. 2 as another summer nears, plenty of 3 travelers don’t see much improvement in customer 4 overall. This month, the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) office will publish its first critical 5 on whether airlines are 6 their promises. One survey (调查) suggests problems: the number of 7 to the DOT about the top 10 airlines in the first 8 rose 89% from a year ago. Hit last summer by passenger complaints and the threat (威胁) of consumer-protection laws by the 9 , 14 airlines 10 to adopt a set of basic customer-service standards called Customers First. The “12 promises” to passengers were introduced 11 a major effort to improve service. Since then, airlines have been redesigning websites, retraining employees and upgrading technology. Recently, DOT inspector general Kenneth Mead, at McCain’s request, sent 20 examiners to airports to 12 whether each airline is doing what is promised. Mead warns travelers shouldn’t 13 too much. Most of the promises are 14 better communication with customers, not problems with flights. “Passengers should show more understanding to airlines about their 15 to better air service.” Spokeswoman Shelly Sassoon says. “And when 16 are made, it takes a long time for them to be noticed.” She says. Now, the efforts may be working. During the first quarter, Delta had the second-lowest rate of complaints among the 17 10 carriers. 18 , its rate, along with other carriers’, is up from last year. McCain and other lawmakers say there may be a 19 to pass new consumer-protection 20 . 1. A. promised B. managed C. hoped D. refused ( ) 2. A. So B. But C. Merely D. Even ( ) 3. A. skilled B. experienced C. tired D. puzzled ( ) 4. A. flight B. opinion C. service D. travel ( ) 5. A. news B. information C. doubt D. article ( ) 6. A. honoring B. making C. giving D. improving ( ) 7. A. problems B. travelers C. passengers D. complaints ( ) 8. A. quarter B. year C. month D. summer ( ) 9. A. customer B. company C. government D. public ( ) 10. A. wished B. agreed C. remembered D. failed ( ) 11. A. to B. for C. as D. by ( ) 12. A. explain B. discuss C. discover D. check ( ) 13. A. travel B. expect C. complain D. suggest ( ) 14. A. aimed at B. considered as C. joined to D. made from ( ) 15. A. difficulty B. situation C. reality D. efforts ( ) 16. A. suggestions B. rules C. decisions D. improvements ( ) 17. A. large B. first C. top D. bad ( ) 18. A. Still B. Therefore C. Instead D. Meanwhile ( ) 19. A. possibility B. need C. chance D. use ( ) 20. A. examinations B. service C. laws D. reports ( ) 参考答案:1-5 ABBCD 6-10 ADACB 11-15 CDBAD 16-20 DCABC

(9) The history of modern water pollution goes 1 to February 28, 1931, when Mrs. Murphy 2 over her back-yard fence and said to Mrs. Holbrook, “You 3 those shirts white?” Mr. Holbrook was 4 to admit they were as white as she could get them 5 that ordinary soap. “What you should use is this Formula Cake Soap which guarantee (保证) against the dull grey look that the family wash 6 had.” Doubtful 7 adventurous, Mrs. Holbrook tried the Formula soap, 8 did take the grey out of her husband’s shirts. But what she didn’t know was that the water eventually 9 into the Blue Sky River, 10 lots of fish. Three years later, Mrs. Murphy was 11 her shirts and Mrs. Holbrook said, “How did you ever get your collars so 12 surely not with Formula?” “Not ordinary Formula. But I did with Super Fortified Formula. You see, it attacks dirt and destroys it. Here, try some 13 your shirts.” Mrs. Holbrook 14 and discovered her husband’s shirt collars turned pure white. What she could not possibly know was that it turned the river water pure white as 15 . Six months later, the Blue Sky River was 16 a health hazard (危险). One day as Mr. Holbrook was walking home from work, he accidentally 17 the Blue Sky River, swallowed a 18 of water and died immediately. At the funeral service the minister said, “You can see anything you want 19 Holbrook, but no one can deny he had the 20 shirts in town.” 1. A. straight B. down C. off D. back ( ) 2. A. leaned B. reached C. stretched D. slipped ( ) 3. A. name B. make C. get D. call ( ) 4. A. afraid B. ashamed C. forced D. glad ( ) 5. A. without B. with C. from D. by ( ) 6. A. seldom B. never C. possibly D. always ( ) 7. A. but B. and C. or D. though ( ) 8. A. it B. she C. which D. that ( ) 9. A. left B. emptied C. reached D. rushed ( ) 10. A. killing B. murdering C. frightening D. moving ( ) 11. A. hanging up B. hanging on C. putting up D. putting on ( ) 12. A. dirty B. soapy C. grey D. white ( ) 13. A. for B. to C. on D. at ( ) 14. A. refused B. did C. hesitated D. understood ( ) 15. A. snow B. expected C. usual D. well ( ) 16. A. stated B. published C. recognized D. declared ( ) 17. A. fell into B. swam in C. crossed over D. drowned in ( ) 18. A. mouthful B. drop C. glass D. drink ( ) 19. A. to B. about C. as to D. as for ( ) 20. A. best B. oldest C. cleanest D. dirtiest ( ) 参考答案:1-5 DADBB 6-10 DACBA 11-15 ADCBD 16-20 DAABC

(10) School was over and I was both mentally and physically tired. I sat at the very front of the bus because of my 36 to get home. Sitting at the front makes you 37 out like a shiny coin in a pile of dull pennies. Janie, the driver, tries to break the 38 atmosphere by striking the match of 39 . I try to mind my manners and 40 listen, but usually I am too busy thinking about my day. On this day, 41 , her conversation was worth listening to. “My father’s sick,” she said to no one in 42 .I could see the anxiety and fear in her eyes. With a sudden change of attitude and interest, I asked, “What’s wrong with him?” With her eyes wet and her voice tight from 43 the tears, she responded, “Heart trouble.” Her eyes lowered as she 44 . “I’ve already lost my mum, so I don’t think I can stand losing him.” I couldn’t respond. I was 45 . My heart ached for her. I sat on the old, smelly seat thinking of the great 46 my own mother was thrown into when her father died. I saw how hard it was, 47 still is, for her. I wouldn’t like anyone to go 48 that. Suddenly I realized Janie wasn’t only a bus driver. That was 49 her job. She had a whole world of family and concerns too. I had never thought of her as 50 but a driver. I suddenly felt very 51 . I realized I had only thought of people as 52 as what their purposes were in my life. I paid no attention to Janie because she was a bus driver. I had judged her by her job and brushed her off as 53 . For all I know, I’m just another person in 54 else’s world, and many not even be important. I 55 not have been so selfish and self-centred. Everyone has places to go, people to see and appointments(约会) to keep. Understanding people is an art. 36.A.anxiety B.determination C.decision D.attempt 37.A.find B.make C.think D.stand 38.A.unpopular B.uncomfortable C.unusual D.unforgettable 39.A.fire B.topic C.conversation D.discussion 40.A.politely B.devotedly C.carelessly D.sincerely 41.A.however B.therefore C.thus D.otherwise 42.A.surprise B.common C.silence D.particular 43.A.fighting B.avoiding C.clearing D.keeping 44.A.told B.lasted C.repeated D.continued 45.A.for sure B.at ease C.in shock D.in despair 46.A.mercy B.pain C.pity D.disappointment 47.A.but B.yet C.and D.or 48.A.over B.round C.through D.without 49.A.almost B.nearly C.ever D.just 50.A.something B.anything C.nothing D.everything 51.A.sad B.embarrassed C.selfish D.worried 52.A.far B.long C.much D.well 53.A.unfit B.unselfish C.unnecessary D.unimportant 54.A.everyone B.someone C.anyone D.no one 55.A.must B.may C.can D.should 36—40 ADBCA 41—45 ADADC 46—50 BCCDB 51—55 CADBD

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