How The Gregorian Calendar Calendar Came To Be [5:12] youtube.com/watch?v=eJwhq…
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TIL that Thailand is in the year 2563. They use Buddhist calendar instead of the gregorian calendar explaining the 543 year difference en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tha…
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If you ask someone or they ask you the date in Saudi Arabia, do you use the gregorian calendar or Islamic?

I'm learning Arabic, and when I looked up the date on the Islamic calendar it said

Muharram 8, 1442 AH. I just learned the months in Arabic for both calendars, but if you use the Islamic calendar how do you know the date?

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British wartime poster promoting solidarity with the Serbian allies during the Serbian WWI campaign, marking Π’ΠΈΠ΄ΠΎΠ²Π΄Π°Π½ (St. Vitus day, 28.6 in Gregorian calendar). One of the most important national holidays as many important events happened on this day,most notable one being Battle of Kosovo (1389)
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"When we one day become a space faring civilization we will probably stop using the gregorian calendar because why would you use that on say Mars? [...] This may mean that people in the future might consider 1970 as year zero where modern civilization began." news.ycombinator.com/item…
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I understand the Gregorian calendar has been in use a long time, and that Earth's rotational axis seasons do not perfectly sinc up with it, but "winter" should just be defined as December through February,...

"Spring" as March-May, "Summer" as June-August, and "Autumn/Fall" as September-November. I believe this aligns closer to people's casual definitions of the seasons, and I don't feel like it's "fall" five days before Christmas.

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The eleven days referred to here are the β€˜lost’ 11 days of September 1752, skipped when Britain changed over from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar, bringing Britain into line with most of Europe.
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Would people living on Mars continue using the Gregorian calendar, or would they switch to a Mars-based calendar?
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In Back to the Future part III, September 7 is mentioned. This is in reference to the fact that September 7 is a day that exists in the Gregorian Calendar.
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The Gregorian calendar just isn't as cool...
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TIL Due to the adoption of the Gregorian Calendar, the Soviets celebrated the anniversary of the "October" Revolution on November 7th. simple.wikipedia.org/wiki…
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On this day in 1752, the British Empire adopted the Gregorian calendar
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Why did the Gregorian Calendar amend 11 days to Julian and not 13? reddit.com/r/AskHistorian…
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13 months of 28 days each would be a far better calendar system (+1 day of rest) than our Gregorian piece of shit system of uneven monthly fucksticks

As per title. It's really self-explanatory. If we followed the lunar calendar, all months would correspond to 1 single lunar revolution, and women would conform to a regular date of period, and we could gain a predictive advantage over events and occurences that are currently beyond our control. Order would be restored to the galaxy; the sun, moon and stars would be a cohesive unit and a beautiful yardstick by which our lives would attain greater significance in the cosmic sense, and we would look heavenwards and be blissed out to the divine rhythm.

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The first page of the papal bull Inter Gravissimas. The document, written in Latin, reformed the Julian calendar. The reform came to be regarded as a new calendar in its own right and came to be called the Gregorian calendar, which is used in most countries today.
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Changing Hijri Calendar to Gregorian Calendar creates these kind of images in some tombstones.
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Does ISO8601 only work for Gregorian Calendar?

In relevant context, can the YEAR-MONTH-DAY format be used for Islamic, Holecene and other calendars? Is there a clause in the standart that instructs regarding the calendar choice and conversion? For example, how does writing the date today as:

12020-07-08 in line with ISO8601 and Holecene calendar workout?

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In 1666 the Great Fire of London started; in 1840 Mt. Hopeless was named; in 1945 Ho Chi Minh declared independence from France; in 1973 JRR Tolkien died. In 1752 Great Britain adopted the Gregorian calendar theboldage.com/on-this-da…
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Question: Lunar calendar which is not aligned to Gregorian calendar

I'm looking for a lunar calendar (poster or printable or similar) for 2021 which would have all the lunar cycles of the year but which would not be aligned to Gregorian calendar. Where the calendar would be split into "moon-months" that start with new moon (or full moon) and would contain all moon cycles (eg also the one ending in mid-January). And where every day would have a marking of the gregorian date. Like this: https://i.redd.it/3m0e61ncnxd41.png but aligned to moon phases, not gregorian calendar months. Any pointers?

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TIL There's only 97 leap years every 400 years, even though there's a leap year every 4 years. This is due to a change that took place in 1582 with the introduction of the Gregorian Calendar and the erasure of the Julian Calendar. theconversation.com/how-a…
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If I’m not mistaken, I believe that the dinosaurs also followed the Gregorian Calendar
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In the Mayan Calendar there were 11 days less each year, if you add those days to each year of the Gregorian Calendar it’s June 21st 2020 instead of December 21st 2012
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2 silver coins from Iran, 1304 (1925 Gregorian calendar) worth 5,000 iranian dinars (in 1925).
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IsItBullshit: When the world switched to the Gregorian Calendar, we lost 8 years so it’s actually 2012.

I saw a post on Instagram today that was like β€œFun Fact! When the world switched to the Gregorian calendar in the 1500’s, we lost 8 years in translation. So technically it is only the year 2012.” Is there any merit to this or is it just some internet bullshit?

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TIL Ethiopia uses a 13-month calendar and is between 7 and 8 years behind the Gregorian calendar used in the rest of world. New Years is either on August 29 or August 30. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eth…
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Calendar Dates Converted to Gregorian Calendar

So I was interested to see how the Stardew Valley dates would line up with our own calendar dates, and did some weird math to find my answer. I'll explain my math below, but I want to stress that I'm not a mathematician, so there might be a logical error somewhere that screws up my whole date conversion project, so I encourage feedback or critiques.

Also this is my first real reddit post so sorry if the formatting sucks.

Dates below:

Spring:

Kent's birthday: 4 Spring x 3.25 = 13 days into spring = April 2nd

Lewis's birthday: 7 Spring x 3.25 = 22.75 (or 23) days of spring = April 12th

Vincent's birthday: 10 Spring = 32.5 days of spring = April 21st or 22nd

Egg Festival: 13 Spring = 42.25 days of spring = May 1st

Haley's birthday: 14 Spring = 45.5 days of spring = May 4th or 5th

Pam's birthday: 18 Spring = 58.5 days of spring = May 17th or 18th

Shane's birthday: 20 Spring = 65 days of spring = May 24th

Flower Dance: 24 Spring = 78 days of spring = June 6th

Pierre's birth

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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In the Mayan Calendar there were 11 days less each year, if you add those days to each year of the Gregorian Calendar it’s June 21st 2020 instead of December 21st 2012
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Is the Imperial Dating system based upon the Gregorian calendar?

Insofar as seven days in a week, 28 days in February, 30-31 days in all other months, Leap years etc?

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To this day, are there other tribes or peoples that do not live by the Gregorian calendar?
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TIL that the Ethiopia uses the Coptic Calendar which is seven to eight years behind the Gregorian Calendar, meaning it is currently 2012. face2faceafrica.com/artic…
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ELI5: How did Gregorian calendar come into existence?

How was it decided that each month would have 31 or 30 days? And how was a year considered as 365 days?

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Fun Facts: When the world made the change to the Gregorian calendar in the 1500’s we jumped 8 years into the transition. So technically we are in 2012.
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ELI5: How'd the Gregorian calendar become the most commonly used calendar in society today?

I know it's the same reason everything in society became a commonly used form of every day life and technology, from cultural diffusion.

But how'd the Gregorian calendar become the most commonly used way of percieving Earth's rotation and revoloution?

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What if they used Ethiopian calendar and not Gregorian
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This is a comment on an anti-Gregorian calendar video
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TIL In 1750 the Julian Calendar was replaced by the Gregorian Calendar, changing the formula for calculating leap years. The beginning of the legal new year was moved from March 25 to January 1. Finally, 11 days were dropped from the month of September 1752. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cal…
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Why do the Arabs claim to follow a luni calendar but yet are using the Western gregorian solar calender for their week days?

I believe in a luni solar calendar, 10:5, 6:96. But how strange is it that the Arabs who follow the invented luni calendar which was fabricated by Umar which follows the week days of the gregorian solar calendar followed in the west?

I never thought about it. But the current lunar month began on 24 april of the western solar calendar which happened on a friday. So this is supposed to be the first day of the month, which in Arabic is called ahad (which means one/first).

Yet the whole world of "Islaam" doesn't follow their own invented lunar calendar when it comes to the week days. They hold their "alsalaat aldjumuha" on western gregorian fridays instead of their own sixth day of the lunar month..

Has anyone even been aware of this?

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People from countries that use a different calendar, when did you get in touch with the Gregorian calendar the first time, and was it confusing?
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Did We Lose Eight Years While Transitioning To The Gregorian Calendar?

A meme has been going round about how, when we transitioned to the Gregorian Calendar, we lost 8 years and so the year is actually 2012. How much truth is to this? Sounds like nonsense!

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In the Mayan Calendar there were 11 days less each year, if you add those days to each year of the Gregorian Calendar it’s June 21st 2020 instead of December 21st 2012
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PSA: The Islamic day starts after Maghrib, i.e. at sunset. Unlike the Gregorian calendar days that starts at midnight.

A lot of people are confused by this, especially when it comes to the 1st of Ramadhan. If in doubt, follow your local/national Muslim community as being in UNITY with the Ummah on decisions is more important (remember last year's Saudi's Eid debacle...).

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What is the standard rule when it comes to historical dates on or before the adoption of the Gregorian Calendar (1582)?

It confuses me that the first Mass in Limasawa (Mar 31, 1521) and other events in the arrrival of Magellan was dated according to the prevailing Julian Calendar at the time but the foundation of the Archdiocese of Manila (Feb 6, 1579) was dated based on the proleptic Gregorian Calendar.

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In the Mayan Calendar there were 11 days less each year, if you add those days to each year of the Gregorian Calendar it’s June 21st 2020?instead of December 21st 2012
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The Gregorian Calendar Deception yahfatheroflights.com/the…
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TIL In 1752, the United States did not have a September 3rd-13th as they transitioned from the Julian Calendar to the Gregorian Calendar en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lis…
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What’s the history behind calendars? Who doesn’t follow the common Gregorian calendar ?
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Maya inspired prophecy of world ending in December 2012 based on confusing Julian and Gregorian calendars, tweets scientist, ancient calendar actually ends on June 21, 2020 mirror.co.uk/science/cons…
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TIL the Ethiopian calendar is 7-8 years behind the Gregorian calendar, meaning that the current year in that calendar is 2012. It has a thirteenth month, consisting of five days, or six in leap years. Also, the first day of the year is on September 11, or on September 12 in leap years. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eth…
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Pynchon's "Mason & Dixon" describes the hostile popular reaction to 1752 conversion of England to the Gregorian calendar: people thinking it's a conspiracy to steal 11 days. Did anything like this happen in real life? What was the popular reaction to the calendar switch?
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The Vatican hid our calendar. They killed people who did not submit to the Gregorian Calendar - the real one has 13 months with 28 days. reddit.com/r/conspiracy/c…
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TIL Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and Cyprus have adopted the Revised Julian calendar, which currently aligns its dates with the Gregorian calendar but will start differing from February 2800 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rev…
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ELI5 why and how did we start using the Gregorian calendar?
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Yesterday in the Gregorian calendar (18 May, 1291 AD), Acre was conquered from the Crusaders by the Mamluk Sultanate whilst yesterday in the Islamic calendar (25 Ramadan, 658 AH), the pivotal Battle of Ain Jalut took place between the Mamluks and Mongols. m.facebook.com/story.php?…
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Ethiopian calendar is 7-8 years behind the rest of the world using Gregorian calendar, and is comprised of 13 months. Ethiopians celebrated the new millennium on September 11, 2007. Today is the 6th of Makawit 2012 in Ethiopia.
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TIL that in 1752, 11 days of the month of September in North America were skipped in order to transition to the Gregorian calendar from the Julian calendar because the Julian calendar didn't calculate leap years well. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/175…
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TIL that there is no year zero in the Gregorian Calendar, meaning that it went from 1 BC to 1 AD. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AD_…
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How Apple dealt with Julian vs Gregorian calendars

I put up a write up MacRumors with the details.

Calendar Mess

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"As the seventh month dies" does not refer to the Gregorian calendar order of months (July) - it literally means the month of Seven (Septem). The Prophecied One is not Harry Potter: The Boy Who Lived - It's actually Quirinus Quirrel!

Bonus points if the "parents who have thrice defied" refers to petty schoolyard tiffs between Voldie and the parents of Quirrel.

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April Fool’s Day may have Papal origins. In 1582, when France switched from the Julian Calendar to the new Gregorian Calendar (created by the Pope Gregory XIII), some people failed to follow up and continued celebrating the old calendar during the last week of March to April 1st. They were mocked. history.com/topics/holida…
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Yesterday in the Gregorian calendar (18 May, 1291 AD), Acre was conquered from the Crusaders by the Mamluk Sultanate whilst yesterday in the Islamic calendar (25 Ramadan, 658 AH), the pivotal Battle of Ain Jalut took place between the Mamluks and Mongols. m.facebook.com/story.php?…
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Gregorian Calendar system is so 1500s
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Yesterday in the Gregorian calendar (18 May, 1291 AD), Acre was conquered from the Crusaders by the Mamluk Sultanate whilst yesterday in the Islamic calendar (25 Ramadan, 658 AH), the pivotal Battle of Ain Jalut took place between the Mamluks and Mongols. m.facebook.com/story.php?…
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The Gregorian Calendar.

This won't be precise or sorted with a bunch of links. These are not outrageous claims.

The Gregorian Calendar that we all live under is supposedly from 1582. From some fella called Pope Greg the 13th in 1582. It doesn't make any sense at all; with the 31, 30, 28, sometimes 29 day month. Ballocks.

The Moon is a damn good keeper of time, the hell ever it is. 28 day cycle, full to new in 14 days, new to full in 14 days. Fortnight meant something else, forever ago.

28 (days per lunar cycle) X 13 (lunar cycles, or months) = 364.

1 day for all the celebrations, 2 every 4.

Done.

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[YES] SPRING EQUINOX 2020 This year it falls on March 19th, but it is not the sun that is off, it is the Gregorian calendar not quite keeping up with natures time. It can also fall on 20th and 21. The YES WorldWatch V7 marks the event to the minute for exactly where you are, the first day of spring.
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The Gregorian calendar dates its years from the birth of Jesus. If you could change it, what event would you pick to date years from?
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JSON for Gregorian Calendar (20011)

Does anyone have the JSON for the Gregorian calendar example 20011? I'm hoping to save some effort on rebuilding the Gregorian calendar from scratch.

Thank you for your time!

Edit:

I just noticed a comment that leap years are not yet a feature, so gregorian isn't available yet. So I'll just keep an eye out for features and track dates manually.

>10 Dec, 2019 22:36
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>After I have implemented leap years and other critical features, I will be putting up several common calendars including the Gregorian!

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Team Vitality changes the Gregorian Calendar to its favour; 2019 A.D , colourised v.redd.it/u7751wibkwc41
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What will happen to our current Gregorian Calendar if we somehow managed to terraform Mars? Will there just be an all-new Martian calendar and if so, what would it look like?
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Yesterday in the Gregorian calendar (18 May, 1291 AD), Acre was conquered from the Crusaders by the Mamluk Sultanate whilst yesterday in the Islamic calendar (25 Ramadan, 658 AH), the pivotal Battle of Ain Jalut took place between the Mamluks and Mongols. m.facebook.com/story.php?…
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Yesterday in the Gregorian calendar (18 May, 1291 AD), Acre was conquered from the Crusaders by the Mamluk Sultanate whilst yesterday in the Islamic calendar (25 Ramadan, 658 AH), the pivotal Battle of Ain Jalut took place between the Mamluks and Mongols. m.facebook.com/story.php?…
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TIL that when the United States bought Alaska from Russia, due to a combination of the International Date Line moving and switching to the Gregorian calendar, the days from October 8th through 17th in 1867 never occurred in Alaska. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Int…
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Russia shows up to the Olympic games in London two weeks late because they forgot that the rest of the world used the Gregorian calendar (1908)
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TIL In 45 BC the New Year was moved from March 1 to January 1. But it was abolished making December 25 as the beginning of the New Year. Then it was changed to March 25. Between 1582 and 1752 there where two calendars. Gregorian then replaced the Julian Calendar and Jan 1 became the legal New Year. libguides.ctstatelibrary.…
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Conflicting sources about the New Fire Ceremony - Was there a calendar reform carried by the Nahua in Post-Classic (900 - 1521 CE) Era Central Mexico? And which correlation between the Mesoamerican Calendars and the Gregorian calendar is the most accurate?

This may be a very specific (and lengthy) topic and conveys more than one question, but I'll try to make it simple (the resumed questions are in bold, after TL;DR). Any help from specialists in Mesoamerican history is greatly appreciated.

The Tonalpohualli (260 days cycle) and Xiuhpohualli (360+5 days cycle) calendars are Nahua versions of the traditional Mesoamerican calendars (that exist at least since the pre-Classic Era Maya, and was eventually adopted by other Mesoamerican cultures such as the Γ‘uΓΉ Dzahui / Mixtec culture from Oaxaca). The Mexica (today more known as "Aztecs" which is an inaccurate term) are only one of several Nahua (or "Tolteca / Chichimeca", different collective categories) groups which migrated into the Central Mexican Valley sometime during the 11th - 12th Centuries CE, eventually founded TenochtitlΓ‘n (nowadays Mexico City) and that after defeating the altepetl (city-state) of Azcapotzalco ca. 1427 (alongside other Nahua groups such as Texcoco & T

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