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Law and legals terms vocabulary english pdf

Law and legals terms vocabulary english pdf


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abused
armed robbery
a brief
a case
a court
a wanton act
abuse
accomplice
accused, defendant
acquittal
acquitted
acting in concert
adjournment
administrative court
affirmed
aggravating circumstances
alibi
alimony
allegation
anti-social behavior
appeal
appellant
arbitration
armed robbery
arrest
assault
assault and battery
assessor
attorney general
attorney, lawyer
authorised (représentant accrédité
autopsy
bail
bank fraud
blackmail
breach of trust
bribe
bribery
capital punishment
case-law
certificate, deed
certificate, testimonial
charge
charged
civil court
civil law
clerk
commission rogatory
common law
compensation
complaint
conditional release
confession
confinement
convicted
counsel
countering evidence
court appearance
court of appeal
court records
courtroom
criminal
criminal charge
criminal law
criminal offence
criminal record
damage
death certificate
death penalty
declarant
defamatory words
defendant, accused
defender
defense
deliberation
delinquency
deportation
deposition, statement
disclosure
disculpation
DNA
domestic violence
drug addict
drug trafficking
exhibit
expiry
eye-witness
false arrest
false evidence
federal court
fee
fees paid to the clerk
file
final judgment
financial assistance
financial penalty, fine
fine
firm
force majeure
forensic expert
forfeiture
forgery
formal proof
fraud/swindle
fugitive
general counsel
good behavior
good faith
guilt
guilty
hearing
homicide
house arrest
illegal
immunity
imprisonment
inmate
innocent
insider trading
instruction
interrogation
invalidity
investigation
irregularity
jail
judge
judgment of non-suit
jurisdiction
juror
jury
juvenile court
key witness
lawsuit
legal
legal adviser
legal aid
legal assistance
legal authority defense
legal duty
legal fees
legal representative
legal title
life term/life emprisonment
litigant
loophole
magistrate
magistrate’s court
medical examination
medical expert
military tribunal
ministry of Justice
misstatement
mistrial
moral obligation
motive
mutual consent
neglected
negligence
non-profit (association)
non-suit
nondisclosure
notice of hearing
oath
offence, crime
officer of the court
opposing counsel
paralegal
penal institution
penal liability
penalty, punishment
penitentiary Administration
perjury
perpetrator, offender
perpetuity
persistent offender
petty theft
physical assault
plaintiff
pleading
police officer
preliminary hearing
premeditated
presiding judge
presumption of Innocence
prior statement
prisoners’ dock
probation period
procedural error
procedural law
process of a court
profit-seeking
proof, evidence
prosecutor
public defender
public officer
public surveillance
rape
recidivism
record
red-caught handed
registry of the court
release
release from custody
repeat offender
request for judgment
resumption of hearing
right to remain silent
rule
search warrant
seizure
seizure Warrant
self-contradiction
self-defense
self-incrimination
senior counsel
senior partner
sentence
settlement
sexual assault
shop lifter
shop lifting
statement
statement of defense
status hearing
suspect
testimony, statement
third-party liability
transcript of testimony
trial judge
try, trial
under oath
unintentional act
verdict
vindicative
wanted
warrant
warrant of arrest
witness
witness stand, witness box
written statement

USEFUL VERBS

to accuse
to acquit
to appear in court
to appoint an attorney
to argue
to be found guilty
to blackmail
to bribe
to bring to justice
to certify
to commute a sentence
to confess
to confiscate
to corroborate
to counterfeit, falsify
to differ
to disclose a document
to discontinue
to disculpate / exonerate
to dismiss a claim
to dispose
to dispute
to falsify
to find guilty
to find non-guilty
to give evidence under oath
to hire (an attorney)
to incriminate
to inculpate
to interrogate
to issue a warrant for somebody’s arrest
to launder
to maintain a suit
to make a testimony
to object to a question
to plead guilty
to plead non guilty
to produce to the court
to prosecute
to quash an appeal
to refute
to release a judgment
to release on bail
to rely upon a ground
to reserve a judgment
to seal
to smuggle
to sue
to surrender, to give up
to suspect
to testify
to threat
to try
to try, bring to trial
to use as evidence
to violate (rights, etc.)

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English accounting vocabulary pdf

English accounting vocabulary pdf


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Assets
Account
Account book
Accountant
Accounting
Accounting department
Accounting firm
Accounts and notes receivable
Accrued liabilities
Affiliate, subsidiary
Allowance
Allowance for loss
Amortization
Balance sheet
Balance sheet, trial balance
Bill
Bills payable
Bills receivable
Bond
Book entry, accounting entry
Book value
Bookkeeping
Break even point
Buildings
Capital / fixed asset
Capital loss
Capital stock / Nominal capital
Cash
Cash equivalent
Cash flow
Certified accountant, chartered accountant
Chairman
Change in equity position
Change in working capital
Chart of accounts, accounting plan / chart
Chartered accountancy, accounting
Common stock
Cost of goods manufactured
Cost of goods sold
Cost of merchandise purchased
Cost of raws material
Cost of sales
Cost, charge
Currents assets
Debt / Liability
Deposit
Depreciation
Direct labor cost
Discount
Ending inventory
Expenses
Expenses
Financial year
Finished goods
Fixed assets, property, plant and equipement
Fixed expenses
Franchise
Freight
Gain, profit
Gains
Grant, subsidy
Gross profit / Gross margin
Income before extraordinary items
Income before tax
Income tax
Indirect charges
Initial inventory
Intangibles assets
Inventories
Investment income
Investment security
Land
Lawsuit
Lease
Liability
Liability
Limited partnership
Loan
Loans
Long-term liabilities, debts
Long-term loan
Loss
Machinery and equipement
Market value
Merger
Net book value
Net income
Net profit
Net sales
Non-operating activities
Operating activities
Operating income
Other assets
Other long term liabilities
Other long-term investments
Other revenues and expenses
Overhead
Parent company
Partnership
Patents
Pension liability
Preferred stock
Prepaid expenses
Profit sharing
Profit, capital gains
Research and development expenses
Revenue
Royalty
Selling expenses
Share
Share premium
Shareholder / stockholder
Shares, ownership interests
Short term liabilities, current liabilities / debts
Short-term investment
Short-term loans payable
Solvency
Statement of cashs-flows
Stockholder’s equity
Supplier
Tax
Trademark
Treasury stock
Turnover
Unearned revenues
Valuation
Working capital
Working expenses, running costs

Materials vocabulary in english pdf

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Metals

alloy
aluminium
brass
bronze
copper
gold
iron
lead
magnesium
mercury
nickel
platinum
silver
steel
tin
titanium
uranium
zinc

Building materials

brick
cement
concrete
epoxy
fiberglass
glass
granite
gravel
marble
metal
plaster
plastic
plywood
sand
slate
stone
timber

Fabrics

cashmere
cloth
cotton
denim
felt
lace
leather
linen
nylon
polyester
silk
synthetic fiber
vinyl
wool

Other material and useful vocabulary

asbestos
ash
cardboard
chalk
clay
coal, charcoal
composite material
diamond
diffusion material
dust
feather
fibreglass
gas
ice
insulating material
mud
oil
packaging material
paper
paraffin
petrol
porcelain
rubber
salvaged material
sand
silica
smoke
soil
steam
straw
substitution material
water
wax

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english for logistics vocabulary pdf

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Acknowledgment of Order
Abroad
Actual demand
Advanced Planning System
Aisle
Aisle
Allotement
Articulated trailer
Available Inventory
Bar code
Barge
Booking
Bounded warehouse
Cabotage
Capacity control
Carrier
Carrier, forwarder
Carrying cost
Center of gravity
Center, compound
Charterer
Chartering service
Combined transport
Commissioning
Compartment
Consignee
Consignee
Consignee
Consignment
Consolidation / Groupage
Consumption
Container
Continuous replenishment program
Cross docking
Customer Relationship Management
Customs broker
Customs clearance
Cycle counting
Damage
Delivery
Delivery date
Delivery day
Delivery man
Delivery order
Delivery terms
Demand
Demand pull
Discrepancy
Distribution
Distribution by value
Distribution center
Distribution cost
Drive in
Drive through
Duties
Electronic data interchange
Engineering
Expected demand
Fleet
Fork lift
Forwarding agent
Freight
Freight forwarder
Handling
Handling costs
Hub, platform
International commercial terms (Incoterms)
Inventory
Inventory control
Inventory cycle
Inventory shortage
Inventory turnover
Inventory turnover
Inventory valuation
Inventory write-off
Invoice
Item
JIT delivery
Jointly managed inventory
Just in time delivery
Label
Lead time, delivery time
Lead-time
Load
Load
Loadfactor
Logistics
Logistics plan
Logistics Service Provider
Manufacturing Order
Means
Net Requirements
Offloading
Order
Order Backlog
Order control
Order cycle
Order line
Packaging
Packaging
Pallet
Parcel services
Performance yield
Perpetual inventory
Picking
Picking replenishment
Port
Quality control
Quality management
Quay
Rack
Racking
Re-engineering
Requirements
Reverse logistics
Routing plan
Sale unit
Scheduling
Ship owner
Ship, vessel
Shipment
Shipment
Shipment date
Shipper
Shipping center
Shipping documents
Single use pallet
Sourcing, procurement
Stack pallet
Stacking
Stock
Stock keeping unit
Stock management
Stock unit
Storage
Storage
Supplier / Provider
Supply chain
Supply chain
Supply chain
Supply lead time
Supporting beam
Technical specifications
To load
To order
To ship
To unload
Trailer
Trailer on flat car
Transport
Truck
Unloading
Upstream
Wagon, railcars
Warehouse
Warehouse management
Warehouse Management System
Work-in-process

 

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Food and drinks vocabulary PDF 🍲

🍹 Food and drinks vocabulary PDF 🍲


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breakfast
a recipe
appetizing
dinner
edible
lunch
main course
menu
raw
starter, appetizer, first course
supper
the dish of the day, today’s special
unedible

tastes

bitter
hot
peppery
pungent
salty
sour
spicy
strong
sweet
tasteless / bland

ingredients

a biscuit/cookie (US)
a cake
a loaf of bread
a pancake
a sandwich
a slice of bread
boiled egg
box of chocolates
bread
brown/white bread (GB), wheat/white bread (US)
bun, roll
butter
cereal
cheese
chewing gum, gum
chocolate
chocolate bar
cottage cheese
crisps (GB), potato chips (US)
dairy product
diet, light
egg
fat
flour
French fries
fried egg
honey
jam
low-fat
margarine
omelette
orange marmalade
packet of biscuits (GB), a bag of cookies (US)
packet of crisps (GB), a bag of chips (US)
pasta
pastry
pie
poached egg
porridge (GB), oatmeal (US)
pot of jam (GB), a jar of jam (US)
rice
scone
scrambled eggs
skimmed milk, low-fat/skim milk
sliced bread
soup
sugar
sweet (GB), candy (US)
tart
tin of soup/sardines (GB), a can of soup/sardines (US)
toast
whole food
wholemeal/wholegrain/wholewheat bread (US)
yoghurt/yogurt

meat

bacon
bacon and eggs
beef
boiled ham
chicken
chicken breast
chop,cutlet
cold / cooked meat
duck
goose
gravy
ham
kidneys
knuckle of ham
lamb
liver
meat
medium
minced meat, ground meat
mutton
pork
rabbit
rare
red meat
sausage
smoked ham
steak
stew
turkey
veal
venison
well-done
white meat

Fish & seafood 

cod
crab
fish
fish and chips
fish fingers (GB), fish sticks (US)
haddock
herring
kipper, pickled herring
lobster
mackerel
mussels
octopus
oysters
prawn, shrimp (US)
salmon
sardine
scampi, shrimp, crawfish (US)
shellfish
smoked fish
smoked salmon
sole
squid
trout
tuna
whiting

Dairy products

butter
cheese
cream
milk
yogurt

Drinks 

alcohol
a can of Coke
a pint of beer
alcoholic
apple juice
bar
beer
black/white coffee
bottle
brandy
champagne
cider
cocktail
coffee
Coke
drink
dry sec ; brut
fizzy, carbonated
fruit juice
gin
glass
grape juice
ground/instant coffee
herb tea
hot chocolate
ice cube
juice
lemonade
liqueur
milk
mineral water, plain water
non-alcoholic
orange juice
orange squash, orangeade
port
red/rosé/white wine
refreshments
rum
sherry
soft drink
sparkling water
sparkling wine
spirit
sweet
table wine
tea (with milk/lemon)
tonic water
tray
vodka
whisky, whiskey
wine bar

Dessert 

apple pie
cheesecake
cookie
cream
custard
donut
fresh cream
ice cream
jelly (GB), jello (US)
pie, tart
pudding
sweet (GB), dessert (US)
tart
whipped cream

Seasonings and Ingredients

(cooking) oil
(tomato) ketchup/catsup
basil
cinnamon
cloves
curry
garlic
herbs
mayonnaise
mint
mustard
nutmeg
olive oil
parsley
pepper
pickled onions
rosemary
salad dressing
salt
sauce
seasoning
spices
sunflower oil
vinegar

Useful verbs

to have breakfast / lunch / dinner / supper
to add
to be hungry
to be thirsty
to dine in
to drink
to fill
to flavour (with)
to fry
to get drunk
to order
to pour
to season (with)
to spread
to sprinkle
to take out
to taste

 

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list of jobs in english pdf

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accountant
actor
actress
adviser
air hostess, stewardess, flight atendant
ambulance driver
architect
artist
baker
barman, bartender
beekeeper / apiarist
bookseller
builder, bricklayer
bus driver
butcher
buyer
cabinet maker
cameraman
caretaker / concierge / door-keeper
carpenter, joiner
cashier
caterer
ceo
chairperson
charwoman / cleaning lady
chef
civil servant
cleaner
company manager
confectioner, pastry cook
contractor
cook
customs officer
dancer
delivery-man, delivery driver
dentist
developer
director
doctor
driver
dry-cleaner
dustman, garbageman
electrician
engineer
estate agent
farmer
film editor
fireman
fisherman
fishmonger
flight attendant
florist
furniture mover
gardener
greengrocer
hairdresser
industrial designer
jeweller
job
journalist
judge
kitchenhand
lawyer
librarian
lifeguard
locksmith
lorry driver
lumberjack
male nurse
manager
mayor
mechanic
midwife
miner
musician
notary
nurse
on strike
ophtalmologist
optician
paedetrician
painter
pharmacist
photographer
physiotherapist
pilot
plumber
policeman
politician
postman
producer
psychiatrist
publisher
railway man, railroad man
receptionist
repairman
researcher
retailer
sailor
sales and marketing person
scientist
scriptwiter
sculptor
seamstress
secretary
security guard
service-station attendant
shop assistant
shop keeper
singer
soldier
sportsman
strike
surgeon
switchboard operator
tailor
tax-collector
taxi driver
teacher
telephone operator
tiler
translator
travel agent
truck driver
typist
veterinary surgeon, vet
waiter
waitress
weatherman
wholesaler
woodworker
work
writer

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Expressing opinion in english pdf

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a thought
a clue
a fool
a genius
a hypothesis
a man of great insight
a misunderstanding
a sharp mind
a theory
an accurate information
an assessment
an idea
an intellectual
bright
cunning
I don’t have a clue
intelligent
irrelevant
It doesn’t make sense
knowledge
logic
logical
obvious
obviously
paradoxical
perspicace
puzzling
relevant
slow-witted
the accuracy
the common sense
the concentration
the expertise
the intelligence
the opinion
the point of view
the wisdom
Think it over
to advise
to analyze
to be absent-minded
to be accurate
to be aware of…
to be clever
to be conscious of…
to be consistent
to be curious
to be gifted for…
to be interested in…
to be prejudiced against
to be right
to be wrong
to change one’s mind
to check
to consider / to regard
to decide to do something
to distinguish
to doubt something
to evaluate
to examine
to focus on…
to forget
to grasp
to guess
to have a talent for…
to investigate something
to judge
to make a mistake
to make oneself understood
to mean
to notice
to pass judgment on someone
to pay attention to…
to persuade
to prove
to realize something
to reason
to remember
to seem
to take something into account
to think
to understand
understandable
understanding
versatile
wise

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At the airport vocabulary PDF 🛫

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airport
(landing) flap
(passenger) cabin
(un) registered:checked luggage
a check-in counter
a stopover
air disturbance
air gust
air hostess; flight attendant
air pocket
air-traffic controller
airfield
airline
airport taxes
airsickness
aisle
aisle seat
altitude
an aircraft
an airport terminal
an emergency landing
an engine
arrival
bag
baggage belt
baggage compartment
baggage delivery hall
baggage in transit
baggage reclaim
black box
boarding
boarding hall
boarding pass – card
boarding time
breakdown
business class
cabin
cabin pressure
cancellation
car hire
carousel
check-in
check-in desk
check-in time
claim
cockpit
control tower
controls
conveyor belt
corridor – aisle
crew
customs  – customs officer
customs checking area
customs duty
customs entry
dans
delay
delayed
departure
departure gate
departure gate
departure lounge
destination
domestic flight
drawback
dst (daylight saving time)
duties
duty
e-ticket
elevator
emergency exit
emergency landing
empennage
engine failure
entrance
entrance hall
escalator
eta : estimated time of arrival
excess baggage
excess baggage
exit
fare
first aid kit
first class
flight
flight duration
flight number
footbridge
fuel tank
fuselage
gate
gmt (greenwich mean time)
hand luggage
helicopter
high-speed flight
id card
information desk; information
insurance
jet lag
jet plane
jet plane/engine
label / tag
landing
landing gear
landing strip (area)
latest check-in time (lct)  – latest boarding time
length; duration
long distance flight  – long haul
luggage
luggage  – hand luggage – hold luggage
map
medium-distance flight  – medium haul
metal detector
monitor
nonstop flight
nose
number
on board
parachute
passenger
passenger ticket
passport
passport control
peak hour
pilot
plane
plane crash
plane disaster
propeller
radar
ramp
reservation / booking
rudder
runway
runway
safety lighting
satellite terminal
schedule – timetable
scheduled flight
seat
seat belt
security check
security checks
slot
sound barrier
speed
stabilizer
steward
steward; flight attendant
stopover
subway
suitcase
tail
tarmac
terminal
termination
the crew
the customs
the landing
the shuttle
the shuttle
ticket
time zone
timetable
to announce
to book
to check in
to fly over
to label  (labelled)
to land  – landing
to stop over at
to take off
to tighten up security
to unpack
toilets
tourist
transit hall
travel agent
traveller
tray table
trip/journey
trolley
turbulence
unaccompanied minor
unattended luggage
unclaimed luggage
underpass
vertical stabilizer
vibration
wide body aircraft
window
window
window seat
wing

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Linking words english pdf

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INTRODUCTION

first / firstly / first of all
first and foremost
most of all / above all
to start with / to begin with
in/at the beginning, …
at first sight / at first glance

 CONCLUSION

all in all / in short / in brief / in a word
eventually
Lastly / Finally / Last but not least
in conclusion / to conclude
to sum up

 LIST

to start with / to begin with / for a start / first
first
at the beginning
then
next
firstly
secondly
afterwards
finally
to sum up
when
while
during
for + durée
whenever
before +v.ing
after that
after +v.ing
since
untill/till
as long as
as soon as
hardly
meanwhile
in the meantime
already
not yet
once

 THE CAUSE

because of
owing to
due to
since
on account of
out of (politeness)
thanks to…
that is why / therefore
because
on account of
that’s why / this is the reason why
given that …

 THE GOAL

in order to
in order not to
so as to
so as not to
so (that)
to / in order to / so as to
to this end

CONSEQUENCE

consequently / accordingly
as a consequence
to the point that
as a result,…
so much so that / to such a point that
that is why / therefore
so / thus
hence (the idea)
thereby
therefore
so that
so much that

 ADD AN IDEA

Furthermore
Moreover
In addition
besides / anyway
Also
Too / similarly
On the contrary
Unlike
Whereas
On the one hand
On the other hand
By the way
In fact / actually / as a matter of fact
in other words
that is to say
Then
next
secondly
What’s more
on top of all that
as well, too, also
similarly, in the same way
Indeed
of course/naturally
obviously
for example, for instance
such as

 OPPOSITION/CHANGING IDEAS

otherwise
instead of
nevertheless
notwithstanding
else
whereas
on the contrary,…
yet
conversely
however
by contrast

 THE CERTITUDE

in any case
anyway

 CONTINUITY

in the same way
as a matter of fact
hence
i.e
in other words
on the one hand … on
the other hand
that is to say

 HYPOTHESIS

If…
…whether or not…
in case
suppose / supposing
unless
or else / otherwise
provided / providing that
on condition that
even if / even though
except if, unless
otherwise

 CONCESSION / OPPOSITION

although / though
on the other hand
conversely
whereas / while
unlike …
all the same
while
despite / for all
for all that
In spite of
No matter what (how)
Yet / still
However
Nonetheless / nevertheless
for all I know
all the same
after all, …
instead of…
anyway
even though
in spite of / despite
as far as
as long as
still,…

 COMPARISON

as though
as if
in comparison
compared to…
as well as

 CONDITION

provided
unless
as long as
otherwise
then

 DUALITY

both…and
either…or
neither…nor

 OTHER WORDS

as a matter of fact
at any rate
in which case
rather, …
… among others
for fear that
almost, nearly
quite, rather
instead of
at least
no matter what… / whatever…

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attacking tactics
ball control
ball reception
bicycle kick
centre back
centre circle
clearance
combined marking
corner arc
corner flag
corner kick
counter-attack
cross-bar
dangerous play
defensive tactics
direct free kick
dive
dribbling
duration of game
extratime
fake
first substitute
football (ball)
football (boots)
football pitch (uk) / football field (usa) ou soccer field
football player
forward
forward pass
foul
free kick
frontal attack
full-back
goal
goal area
goal kick
goal line
goal nets
goal posts
goal-keeper
green card
half
half-time
half-volley shot
half-way line
handball
hat trick
header
indirect free kick
injury time / interruption of time
inside
inside forward
inside left
inside right
kick
kick-off
left back
left wing
left winger
left-footed
linesman
long clearance
long pass
man-to-man defence
man-to-man marking
marking
midfield player
obstruction
off-side
off-side goal
off-side position
off-side trap
one touch passing
overhead kick
penalty area
penalty kick
penalty shoot out
penalty spot
penetrating pass
pitch
playing formation, playing system
position switch
powerful shot
punch-out
red card
rest
restart of game
right back
right midfield player
right wing
right winger
right-footed
sanction
second substitute
sending off
shinguard
short clearance
short pass
side attack
six-yard line
sliding tackle
stadium
stop
straight pass
straight shot
striker
stud
switching play
team-mate
throw
throw-in
throw-out
touch
touch line
trapping
two-footed
upfield run
volley shot
wall
wing
winger
yellow card
zone defence

USEFUL VERBS

to carry the ball
to circulate the ball
to clear
to cross a highball
to cross the ball
to cross the ball forward
to disallow a goal
to dive
to dribble past an opponent
to feed the attack
to head the ball
to hold an opponent
to intercept
to jump at an opponent
to kick
to lose one’s marker
to make a save
to obstruct
to play the ball
to play with the head
to run upfield
to shoot
to tackle
to tackle an opponent
to watch

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