• 2015年高考真题 英语 (浙江卷)
单选题 本大题共20小题,每小题0.5分,共10分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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1.    ——Hi, John. Are you busy?

——

AYes. I do agree.

BYes. That would be nice.

CNo .Are you sure?

DNo. What’s up?

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2.  Jane’s grandmother had wanted to write         children’s book for many years, but one thing or another always got in           way.

Aa; 不填

Bthe; the

C不填 the

Da ;the

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3. Have you ever heard of the trees that are homes         animals both on land and sea?

Aabout

Bto

Cwith

Dover

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4.  It was so noisy that we       hear ourselves speak.

Acouldn’t

Bshouldn’t

Cmustn’t

Dneedn’t

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5. Studies have shown that the right and left ear         sound differently.

Aproduce

Bpronounce

Cprocess

Ddownload

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6.  If you swim in a river or lake, be sure to investigate            is below the water surface. Often there are rocks or branches hidden in the water.

Awhat

Bwho

Cthat

Dwhoever

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7.  Body language can        a lot about your mood, so standing with your arms folded can send out a signal that you are being defensive.

Atake away

Bthrow away

Cput away

Dgive away

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9.        a single word can change the meaning of a sentence, a single sentence can change the meaning of a paragraph.

AJust as

BEven though

CUntil

DUnless

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8. Albert Einstein was born in 1879. As a child, few people guessed that he       a famous scientist whose theories would change the world.

Ahas been

Bhad been

Cwas going to be

Dwas

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10. Most people work because it’s unavoidable.          , there are some people who actually enjoy work.

AAs a result

BIn addition

CBy contrast

DIn conclusion

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11 . We tend to have a better memory for things that excite our senses or       our emotions than for straight facts.

Ablock off

Bappeal to

Csubscribe to

Dcome across

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12. How would you like         if you were watching your favorite TV program and someone came into the room and just shut it off without asking you?

Athem

Bone

Cthose

Dit

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13. Most of us, if we know even a little about where our food comes from, understand that every bite put into our mouths was         alive.

Asteadily

Binstantly

Cformerly

Dpermanently

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16.  If steel is heavier than water, why are ships able to         on the sea?

Afloat

Bdrown

Cshrink

Dsplit

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15.  One of the most effective ways to reduce         is to talk about feeling with someone you trust.

Aproduction

Bstress

Cenergy

Dpower

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14. Listening is thus an active, not a          , behavior consisting of hearing, understanding and remembering.

Aconsiderate

Bsensitive

Creliable

Dpassive

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17.  These comments came           specific questions often asked by local newsmen.

Ain memory of

Bin response to

Cin touch with

Din possession of

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18. Listening to music at home is one thing, going to hear it      live is quite another.

Aperform

Bperforming

Cto perform

Dbeing performed

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19. Creating an atmosphere       employees feel part of a team is a big challenge.

Aas

Bwhose

Cin which

Dat which

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20. 一Why don’t you consider a trip to, say, Beijing or Hangzhou?

         .

AI wouldn’t mind that

BThen we’ll get there quickly

CLet’s call it a day

DIt’s not a requirement

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完型填空 本大题共20小题,每小题 1.00分,共20分。
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阅读下面短文,掌握其大意,然后从21-40各题所给的四个

选项(A, B, C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

Since finishing my studies at Harvard and Oxford, I’ve watched one friend after another land high-ranking, high-paying Wall Street jobs. As executives(高级管理人员) with banks, consulting firms, established law firms, and major corporations, many are now  21  on their way to impressive careers. By society’s  22  , they seem to have it made.

On the surface, these people seem to be very lucky in life. As they left student life behind, many had a    23   drink at their cheap but friendly local bar, shook hands with longtime roommates, and  24  out of small apartments into high buildings. They made reservations at restaurants where the cost of a bottle of wine  25  a college year’s monthly rent. They replaced their beloved old car with expensive new sports cars.

The thing is, a number of them have    26  that despite their success, they aren’t happy. Some    27   of unfriendly coworkers and feel sad for eight-hour workweeks devoted to tasks they   28  . Some do not respect the companies they work for and talk of feeling tired and  29 . However, instead of devoting themselves to their work, they find themselves working to support the  30  to which they have so quickly become  31 .

People often speak of trying a more satisfying path, and   32   in the end the idea of leaving their jobs to work for something they   33   or finding a position that would give them more time with their families almost always leads them to the same conclusion :it’ s   34   . They have loans, bills, a mortgage(抵押贷款)to   35  , retirement to save for. They recognize there’s something   36   in their lives, but it’s   37   to step off the track.

In a society that tends to   38   everything in terms of dollars and cents, we learn from a young age to consider the costs of our   39   in financial terms. But what about the personal and social costs   40   in pursuing money over meaning? These are exactly the kinds of costs many of us tend to ignore — and the very ones we need to consider most.

21.

Amuch

Bnever

Cseldom

Dwell

22.

Apolicies

Bstandards

Cexperiments

Dregulations

23.

Alast

Bleast

Csecond

Dbest

24.

Acycled

Bmoved

Cslid

Dlooked

25.

Ashared

Bpaid

Cequaled

Dcollected

26.

Aadvertised

Bwitnessed

Cadmitted

Ddemanded

27.

Acomplain

Bdream

Chear

Dapprove

28.

Adistribute

Bhate

Capplaud

Dneglect

29.

Acalm

Bguilty

Cwarm

Dempty

30.

Afamily

Bgovernment

Clifestyle

Dproject

31.

Aaccustomed

Bappointed

Cunique

Davailable

32.

Ayet

Balso

Cinstead

Drather

33.

Alet out

Bturn in

Cgive up

Dbelieve in

34.

Afundamental

Bpractical

Cimpossible

Dunforgettable

35.

Atake of

Bdrop off

Cput off

Dpay off

36.

Amissing

Binspiring

Csinking

Dshining

37.

Aharmful

Bhard

Cuseful

Dnormal

38.

Ameasure

Bsuffer

Cdigest

Ddeliver

39.

Adisasters

Bmotivations

Ccampaigns

Ddecisions

40.

Aassessed

Binvolved

Ccovered

Dreduced

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阅读理解 本大题共4小题,每小题2分,共8分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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(B)

Graph can be a very useful tool for conveying information, especially numbers, percentages, and other data. A graph gives the reader a picture to interpret. That can be a lot more efficient than pages and pages explaining the data.

Graphs can seem frightening, but reading a graph is a lot like reading a story. The graph has a title, a main idea, and supporting details. You can use your active reading skills to analyze and understand graphs just like any other text.

Most graphs have a few basic parts: a caption or introduction paragraph, a title, a legend or key, and labeled axes. An active reader looks at each part of the graph before trying to interpret the data. Captions will usually tell you where the data came from (for example, a scientific study of 400 African elephants from 1980 to 2005). Captions usually summarize the author's main point as well. The title is very important. It tells you the main idea of the graph by stating what kind of information is being shown. A legend, also called a key, is a guide to the symbols and colors used in the graph. Many graphs, including bar graphs and line graphs, have two axes that form a corner. Usually these axes are the left side and the bottom of the graph. Each axis will always have a label. The label tells you what each axis measures.

Bar Graphs

A bar graph has two axes and uses bars to show amounts. In Graph 1, we see that the x-axis shows grades that students earned, and the y-axis shows how many students earned each grade .You can see that 6 students earned an A because the bar for A stretches up to 6 on the vertical measurement. There is a lot of information we can get from a simple graph like this(See Graph 1).

Line Graphs

A line graph looks similar to a bar graph, but instead of bars, it plots points and connects them with a line. It has the same parts as a bar graph – two labeled axes –and can be read the same way. To read a line graph, it’s important to focus on the points of intersection rather than the line segments between the points. This type of graph is most commonly used to show how something changes over time. Here is a graph that charts how far a bird flies during the first five days of its spring migration (See Graph 2).

The unit of measurement for the x-axis is days. The unit of measurement for the y-axis is kilometers. Thus we can see that, on the first day, the pipit flew 20 kilometers. The line segment goes up between Day 1 and Day 2,which means that the bird flew farther on Day 2. If the line segment angled down, as between Day 4 and Day 5, it would mean that the bird flew fewer  kilometers than the day before. This line graph is a quick, visual way to tell the reader about the bird’s migration.

Pie Graphs

A typical pie graph looks like a circular pie. The circle is divided into sections, and each section represents a fraction of the data. The graph is commonly used to show percentages; the whole pie represents l00 percent, so each piece is a fraction of the whole. A pie graph might include a legend,or it might use icons or labels within each slice. This pie graph shows one month’s expenses (See Graph 3 ).

Food $ 25

Movies $ 12 Clothing $ 36

Savings $ 20 Books $ 7

46.  When used in a graph,a legend is_____

Aa guide to the symbols and colors

Ban introduction paragraph

Cthe main idea

Dthe data

47. What is the total number of students who earned a C or better ?

A.4

B6.

C10.

D20 .

48.  The bird covered the longest distance on _____

ADay 1

BDay 2

CDay 3

DDay 4

49. Which of the following cost Amy most?

AFood.

BBooks

CMovies

DClothing.

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阅读理解 本大题共5小题,每小题2分,共10分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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阅读下列材料,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出最佳选项,并在答题纸上将该选项标号涂黑。

(A)

From the very beginning of school we make books and reading a constant source of possible failure and public humiliation. When children are little we make them read aloud, before the teacher and other children, so that we can be sure they “know” all the words they are reading. This means that when they don’t know a word, they are going to make a mistake, right in front of everyone. After having taught fifth-grade classes for four years, I decided to try at all costs to rid them of their fear and dislike of books, and to get them to read oftener and more adventurously.

One day soon after school had started, I said to them, “Now I’m going to say something about reading that you have probably never heard a teacher say before. I would like you to read a lot of books this year, but I want you to read them only for pleasure. I am not going to ask you questions to find out whether you understand the books or not. If you understand enough of a book to enjoy it and want to go on reading it, that’s enough for me. Also I’m not going to ask you what words mean. “

The children sat stunned and silent. Was this a teacher talking? One girl, who had just come to us from a school where she had had a very hard time, looked at me steadily for a long time after I had finished. Then, still looking at me, she said slowly and seriously, “Mr. Holt, do you really mean that?” I said just as seriously, “I mean every word of it.”

During the spring she really astonished me. One day, she was reading at her desk, From a glimpse of the illustrations I thought I knew what the book was. I said to myself, “It can’t be,” and went to take a closer look. Sure enough, she was reading Moby Dick , in edition with woodcuts. I said, “Don’t you find parts of it rather heavy going?” She answered, “Oh, sure, but I just skip over those parts and go on to the next good part. ”

This is exactly what reading should be and in school so seldom is—an exciting, joyous adventure. Find something, dive into it, take the good parts, skip the bad parts, get what you can out of it, go on to something else. How different is our mean-spirited, picky insistence that every child get every last little scrap of “understanding” that can be dug out of a book.

41. According to the passage, children’s fear and dislike of books may result from________.

Areading little and thinking little

Breading often and adventurously

Cbeing made to read too much

Dbeing made to read aloud before others

42.  The teacher told his students to read______ .

Afor enjoyment

Bfor knowledge

Cfor a larger vocabulary

Dfor higher scores in exams

43. Upon hearing the teacher’s talk, the children probably felt that________.

Ait sounded stupid

Bit was not surprising at all

Cit sounded too good to be true

Dit was no different from other teachers' talk

44. Which of the following statements about the girl is TRUE according to the passage?

AShe skipped over those easy parts while reading.

BShe had a hard time finishing the required reading tasks.

CShe learned to appreciate some parts of the difficult books.

DShe turned out to be a top student after coming to this school.

45. From the teacher's point of view,_________ .

Achildren cannot tell good parts from bad parts while reading

Bchildren should be left to decide what to read and how to read

Creading is never a pleasant and inspiring experience in school

Dreading involves understanding every little piece of information

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阅读理解 本大题共5小题,每小题2分,共10分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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(C)

If humans were truly at home under the light of the moon and stars, we would go in darkness happily, the midnight world as visible to us as it is to the vast number of nocturnal(夜间活动的) species on this planet. Instead, we are diurnal creatures, with eyes adapted to living in the sun’s light. This is a basic evolutionary fact, even though most of us don’t think of ourselves as diurnal beings. Yet it’s the only way to explain what we’ve done to the night: We’ve engineered it to receive us by filling it with light.

The benefits of this kind of engineering come with consequences 一 called light pollution 一 whose effects scientists are only now beginning to study. Light pollution is largely the result of bad  lighting design,which allows artificial light to shine outward and upward into the sky. III-designed lighting washes out the darkness of night and completely changes the light levels 一 and light  rhythms — to which many forms of life, including ourselves, have adapted. Wherever human light spills into the natural world, some aspect or life is affected.

In most cities the sky looks as though it has been emptied of stars, leaving behind a vacant haze(霾) that mirrors our fear of the dark. We’ve grown so used to this orange haze that the original glory of an unlit night —dark enough for the planet Venus to throw shadow on Earth—is wholly beyond our experience, beyond memory almost.

Weve lit up the night as if it were an unoccupied country, when nothing could be further form the truth. Among mammals alone, the number of nocturnal species is astonishing. Light is a powerful biological force, and on many species it acts as a magnet(磁铁). The effect is so powerful that scientists speak of songbirds and seabirds being “captured” by searchlights on land or by the light from gas flares on marine oil platforms. Migrating at night, birds tend to collide with brightly lit tall buildings.

Frogs living near brightly lit highways suffer nocturnal light levels that are as much as a million times brighter than normal, throwing nearly every aspect of their behavior out of joint, including most other creatures, we do need darkness .Darkness is as essential to our biological welfare, to our internal clockwork, as light itself.

Living in a glare of our own making, we have cut ourselves off from our evolutionary and cultural heritage—the light of the stars and the rhythms of day and night. In a very real sense, light pollution causes us to lose sight of our true place in the universe, to forget the scale of our being, which is best measured against the dimensions of a deep night with the Milky Way—the edge of our galaxy—arching overhead.

50.  According to the passage, human being           .

Aprefer to live in the darkness

Bare used to living in the day light

Cwere curious about the midnight world

Dhad to stay at home with the light of the moon

51. What does “it”(Paragraph 1) most probably refer to?

AThe night.

BThe moon

CThe sky

DThe planet

52. The writer mentions birds and frogs to        .

Aprovide examples of animal protection

Bshow how light pollution affects animals

Ccompare the living habits of both species

Dexplain why the number of certain species has declined

53. It is implied in the last paragraph that         .

Alight pollution dose harm to the eyesight of animals

Blight pollution has destroyed some of the world heritages

Chuman beings cannot go to the outer space

Dhuman beings should reflect on their position in the universe

54. What might be the best title for the passage?

AThe Magic light.

BThe Orange Haze.

CThe Disappearing Night.

DThe Rhythms of Nature.

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阅读理解 本大题共6小题,每小题2分,共12分。阅读短文,完成下列小题。
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(D)

In 2004, when my daughter Becky was ten, she and my husband, Joe, were united in their desire for a dog. As for me, I shared none of their canine lust.

But why, they pleaded. “Because I don’t have time to take care of a dog.” But we’ll do it. “Really? You’re going to walk the dog? Feed the dog? Bathe the dog?” Yes, yes, and yes. “I don’t believe you.” We will. We promise.

They didn’t. From day two (everyone wanted to walk the cute puppy that first day) , neither thought to walk the dog. While I was slow to accept that I would be the one to keep track of her shots, to schedule her vet appointments, to feed and clean her, Misty knew this on day one. As she looked up at the three new humans in her life (small, medium, and large), she calculated ,”The medium one is the sucker in the pack .”

Quickly, she and I developed something very similar to a Vulcan mind meld (心灵融合) . She’d look at me with those sad brown eyes of hers, beam her need, and then wait, trusting I would understand — which, strangely, I almost always did. In no time, she became my fifth appendage(附肢), snoring on my home-office couch as I worked, cradling against my feet as I read, and splaying across my stomach as I watched television.

Even so, part of me continued to resent walking duty. Joe and Becky had promised. Not fair , I’d balk (不心甘情愿地做) silently as she and I walked . “Not fair, ” I’ d loudly remind anyone within earshot upon our return home.

Then one day — January 1, 2007 , to be exact — my husband ’ s doctor uttered an unthinkable word: leukemia ( 白血病) .With that, I spent eight to ten hours a day with Joe in the hospital, doing anything and everything I could to ease his discomfort. During those six months of hospitalizations, Becky, 12 at the time, adjusted to other adults being in the house when she returned from school. My work colleagues adjusted to my taking off at a moment's notice for medical emergencies. Every part of my life changed; no part of my old routine remained.

Save one: Misty still needed walking. At the beginning, when friends offered to take her through her paces, I declined because I knew they had their own households to deal with.

As the months went by, I began to realize that I actually wanted to walk Misty. The walk in the morning before I headed to the hospital was a quiet, peaceful time to gather my thoughts or to just be before the day's medical drama unfolded. The evening walk was a time to shake off the day's upsets and let the worry tracks in my head go to white noise.

When serious illness visits your household, it's not just your daily routine and your assumptions about the future that are no longer familiar. Pretty much everyone you know acts differently.

Not Misty. Take her for a walk, and she had no interest in Joe's blood counts or bone marrow test results. On the street or in the park, she had only one thing on her mind: squirrels! She was so joyous that even on the worst days, she could make me smile. On a daily basis, she reminded me that life goes on.

After Joe died in 2009, Misty slept on his pillow.

I'm grateful一to a point. The truth is, after years of balking, I've come to enjoy my walks with Misty. As I watch her chase after a squirrel, throwing her whole being into the here-and-now of an exercise that has never once ended in victory, she reminds me, too, that no matter how harsh the present or unpredictable the future , there's almost always some measure of joy to be extracted from the moment.

55. why didn't the writer agree to raise a dog at the beginning of the story?

AShe was afraid the dog would get the family into trouble.

BIt would be her business to take care of the dog.

CHer husband and daughter were united as one.

DShe didn't want to spoil her daughter.

56. Which of the following is the closest in meaning to "The medium one is the sucker in the pack.” (Paragraph 3)?

A“The middle-aged person loves me most.”

B“The medium-sized woman is the hostess.”

C“The man in the middle is the one who has the final say.”

D“The woman is the kind and trustworthy one in the family.”

57.  It can be inferred from Paragraph 3 that_______.

AMisty was quite clever

BMisty could solve math problems

Cthe writer was a slow learner

Dno one walked Misty the first day

58. The story came to its turning point when________.

AJoe died in 2009

BJoe fell ill in 2007

Cthe writer began to walk the dog

Dthe dog tried to please the writer

59. Why did the writer continue to walk Misty while Joe was in hospital?

AMisty couldn’t live without her

BHer friends didn’t offer any help

CThe walk provided her with spiritual comfort.

DShe didn't want Misty to be others companion.

60. What is the message the writer wants to convey in the passage?

AOne should learn to enjoy hard times.

B.A disaster can change everything in life.

CMoments of joy suggest that there is still hope ahead.

DPeople will change their attitude toward you when you are in difficulty.

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补全信息 本大题共5小题,每小题2分,共10分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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下面文章中有5个段落需要添加首句(第61-65题)。请从以下选项(A, B, C,D, E和F)中选出适合各段落的首句,并在答题纸上将相应选项的标号涂黑。选项中有一项是多余选项。

One of the best things you can do any time in the semester is go see the professor. So hoof on over to an office hour and have some one-on-one face time with someone who’ll help you master the material and improve your grade, to boot. But how should you have this conversation with the professor? Here are five insider tips about how to make that office hour really count:

ACome in with something to say.

BPrepare general comments.

CBringmaterials with you.

DDon’t make them wait.

E Have no fear.

F Go it alone.

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简答题(综合题) 本大题共10分。简答应写出文字说明、证明过程或演算步骤。
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66.下面短文中有10处语言错误。请在有错误的地方增加、删除或修改某个单词。

增加:在缺词处加一个漏字符号(∧),并在其下面写上该加的词。

删除:把多余的词用斜线(﹨)划掉。

修改:在错的词下画一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1.每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;2.只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

My old classroom was interesting because three side of the classroom were made from glass. I enjoyed sit close to the windows and looking at the view. On the left-hand side of the class, I could easy see the football field. In the mornings, it was full of students exercising. The view from the back of the classroom is also splendid. Close to the school there was a beautiful park with many trees around them. Farther in the distance, I could not enjoy the view of snowy mountains. On the right side of the class was the road. I was always interested to see the drivers in hurry in the morning. The position of the classroom with its view made me felt like I was dreaming. If I was only a child when I studied in that classroom, I will never forget it.

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书面表达 本大题共30分。
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67.在班级活动中,当你的想法与大多数同学不一致时,你是坚持自己的观点并说服别人,还是尊重大多数同学的意见?请你以“When I Have a Different Opinion”为题,用英文写一篇100~120个词“短文。要求如下:1.从以上两种做法中选择一种;2.以具体事例阐述你选择的理由。

注意:短文中,不得以任何形式透露地区、学校、同学姓名等真实信息。否则,按考试作弊行为认定。

When I Have a Different Opinion

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