Meaning of STAGE in English

STAGE

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a crucial stage

The peace talks are now at a crucial stage.

a leg/stage of a journey (= one part of a journey )

We set off on the final leg of our journey.

a phase/stage of a project

The first phase of the project was due to be completed by the end of 2008.

a stage actor

Most stage actors are very badly paid.

a stage crew (= working to produce a play )

There is a cast of 100 and a stage crew of twenty.

a stage play (= a play in a theatre )

I occasionally write reviews of local stage plays.

a stage whisper (= a loud whisper that you intend everyone to hear )

'What’s going on?' Rory said, in a stage whisper.

a stage/phase of a cycle

the recovery phase of the economic cycle

a star of stage and screen (= a star who has been in plays and films )

Now this much-loved star of stage and screen has been made a Dame.

an early stage (= near the beginning of a process )

Patients can be treated with drugs, especially at the early stage of the disease.

appear on television/stage

He appeared on national television to deny the claims.

booed off stage (= they shouted ‘boo’ until she left the stage )

She was booed off stage .

closing stages/seconds/minutes etc

in the closing years of his life

developmental stages

the developmental stages of childhood

final stages

the final stages in their relationship

formative years/period/stages etc (= the period when someone’s character develops )

He exposed his children to music throughout their formative years.

hold/mount/stage an exhibition formal (= have an exhibition )

Hayward Gallery is mounting an impressive exhibition of new British artists.

hold/stage a demonstration (= organize and take part in one )

In April, students began holding demonstrations to demand more freedom.

hold/stage a rally

The students had been refused permission to hold their rally in Victory Square.

hold/stage a sit-in

Several thousand students staged sit-ins and protest marches.

hold/stage an event (= organize a public event )

The charity plans to stage several fund-raising events this year.

hold/stage/mount a protest

Opponents of the plan have staged several protests.

initial stage/phase/period

the initial stages of the disease

landing stage

preliminary stages

the preliminary stages of the competition

produce/stage a play (= arrange its performance )

reach a point/stage

I’ve reached the point in my life where I need a new challenge.

stage a rebellion (= organize it )

Farmers who opposed the tax staged a rebellion that forced Washington to back down.

stage a strike (= organize a short strike )

Health workers will stage a two-day strike next week.

stage and screen (= the theatre and films )

a star of stage and screen

stage direction

stage door

stage fright

Den suffered terribly from stage fright .

stage left

He entered stage left.

stage make-up (= make-up that actors wear in plays )

the elaborate stage make-up for ‘The Lion King’

stage manager

stage name

stage right

She had to exit stage right.

stage whisper

staged...walk-out

Members of the Irish delegation staged a walk-out .

stage/mount/launch a coup (= attempt one )

Later that year, the rebels staged an unsuccessful coup.

stage...reconstruction

Detectives want to stage a reconstruction of events.

staging area

staging post

a staging post on the flight from Australia

suffered...from stage fright

Den suffered terribly from stage fright .

take sth a stage/step further

Critics want the government to take this a stage further and ban the film altogether.

television/film/stage etc adaptation

He’s working on a screen adaptation of his latest novel.

the halfway stage/mark/point

They’ve just reached the halfway stage of the project.

the initial/early/final stages of negotiation

The offer was in the final stages of negotiation.

transitional period/stage etc

a transitional period during the switch to the Euro

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

crucial

Moreover, the approval of Theodore remained crucial at every stage .

We have arrived at the sixth crucial stage in the evolution of life.

This was a crucial stage in the main plot.

All these constraints form the third crucial stage of the evolution of life on earth.

If you do have doubts and problems about the job these should be discussed privately before things reach a crucial stage .

This is the fifth crucial stage in the evolution of life.

Crunchy-topped broccoli To save time during the crucial final stages , cook the broccoli beforehand, rinse under cold water and drain.

Smyth will miss at least two All Ireland league games at a crucial stage of the season.

developmental

Endoderm is not, however, representative of small intestine of later developmental stages .

Currently, injectable forms of disulfiram are in the developmental stage .

The transgenic mouse lines also provide a source for future studies on early developmental stages of the immune system.

Each of the sections traces a developmental stage in a cross-generational sequence.

The appropriate percentage of oxygen in the gas phase at different developmental stages is shown in Figure 6.

These conclusions must be taken with caution because food composition values for vitamin B6 are still in the developmental stage . 10.

Blocking any one of these developmental stages stops the whole process.

I was more tolerant of her developmental stages .

different

Even this part of the production process is itself broken down into many different stages at Kalmar.

They employ several drugs, each tailored to disrupt the virus at different stages in its replication process.

Now, however I realise that they all grow up in different stages and learn to do different things at different times.

I wrote about it at four different stages and consistently underestimated her chances or overrated her opponents.

They have an album of photos showing the house at different stages of completion over a period of 18 months.

This may explain why the early stages of intoxication feel qualitatively different from later stages.

It is the responsibility of teachers themselves to decide on and introduce terms as they become necessary at different stages in teaching.

The three verses offer snapshots of a family at different stages of life and the changes our times have worked on them.

early

We would stress that all these possible developments are at a very early stage of thinking.

Many of these new efforts are in their earliest stages .

Their solution was of course a key objective of the Powick project, which was still at an early operational stage in 1979.

The early stages could go on for days, with doctors telling patients they had the flu or pleurisy.

An intermediary can keep its client's name secret, at least in the early stages .

The procedure also gives your solicitors the opportunity to peruse your file at an earlier stage .

Some problems are typically ill defined in the early stages and then require refining during their resolution.

If the make-up of the device is not appropriate to its application then it must be changed at an early stage .

final

As a result, the reorganization only reached its final stages in the summer of 1977.

But not Adams, who finally landed one of three spots last week in the final stage of the 1996 archery trials.

Until the final stages of the war the future form of radical and socialist politics in Britain remained obscure.

Ideally, the final stage of your analysis is to offer a tentative conclusion regarding the issue.

Northwest Airlines' mechanics are in the final stage of negotiations that could lead to a strike there next month.

The whole course is finished off with a word or two about the final stage of the recording process: the mix.

The property has been recently constructed and is in the final stages of finishing touches.

further

There is, however, a further stage forward.

In order to test these theories two further stages are required.

A further stage in the scheme is much more interesting: this is the stage of the communal gens.

A further stage of more radical agitation, including the objective of a united Ireland, would follow.

This revision was a further stage in the territorial reordering which Edward undertook between 1473 and 1475.

The second was added to the first, over the cheek and lower jaw, to give a further stage of disintegration.

What power does the voter have over a local contractor who is one further stage removed from public control and accountability?

This would involve a further stage of development.

initial

A mollusc past the initial stages of growth increases in size without significantly changing the orientation and relative proportions of its organs.

The following section will demonstrate how the drug careers of the interviewees developed following this initial stage .

The first two categories represent the initial stages of involvement in learning to be a nurse.

At the initial planning stage there is probably no need to worry too much about the three attainment targets.

It really should be attractive in the initial stages .

In contrast, discrimination against black students occurs at the initial entry stage into the labour market.

Thus in the initial stages Elliott and Harris were flung on their own resources.

international

He could have been the world's greatest piper, a significant mathematician, an international stage performer.

They needed at least a two goal win to reach the international stages of the competition.

Britain now, on the international stage , is a busted flush.

He says the two companies will form a strong group which will play an important part on the international stage .

They like to wear the cloak of socialism because it's trendy on the international stage .

The deadlock also reflected the general feeling of uncertainty on the international stage engendered by events in the Soviet Union during August.

It is a simplification to banish all but the principal actors from the international stage .

key

He saw groups as moving through four key stages of development as follows.

Ministers have shifted their focus from primary standards to the lack of pupil progress at key stage 3.

The plan aims to satisfy Mr Blunkett's desire for increased flexibility at key stage 4.

The programmes of study for each key stage provide opportunities to use units as links between key stages.

In the Mathematics and Science Orders, the government set down ranges of levels for each key stage .

This is reflected in the fact that geography provides a substantial part of the environmental teaching in key stages 1 to 4.

These elements, validation, approval and verification, will be applied at key stages in the operation of an award.

late

The lawyer's time will add to costs and is unlikely to result in time savings at a later stage .

But it invited the rivals to come back at a later stage .

Detailed documents may be produced and these will need summarising soas to be usable in the later stages of planning and prioritising.

More patients in the elective group need angioplasty at a later stage .

Audetto, who was present in the later stages , once denied to me that it transpired entirely as Niki says.

Even at this late stage , the choice he has made can be reversed.

Several theories of planetary formation include the possibility of disturbance to axial spins during the late stages of formation of a planet.

With only 11 declared at the latest acceptance stage , the Doncaster Classic looked somewhat below par.

preliminary

Louise said it had passed through preliminary planning stages , with certain details to be finalised.

The industrial revolution, then, was not a preliminary primitive stage required for the hatching of the more sophisticated information revolution.

All except one have failed to get past the preliminary test stage .

Discussions are in preliminary stages and it could be weeks before an announcement is made, the person said.

Its accounts, however accurate at this level, remain stuck at this preliminary stage of scientific enquiry.

In the preliminary stages of the summit the biggest story by far was the Reagan-Gorbachev matchup.

This passed through preliminary stages and was debated during the period prior to the date of the election.

All are in the preliminary stages , until architectural historians survey each house to determine which have historic value.

various

On the table in front of the sofa was a vase holding four pink roses, the blooms in various stages of uncurled perfection.

He wanted to examine peoples in various stages of develop-ment.

Between 1882 and 1889 she divided her time between tours of the United States and appearances on various London stages .

Despite these important similarities in parental reactions to various malformations, parents progress through the various stages of reaction differently.

Nor will managers succeed by putting greater emphasis on planning or simply overlapping various stages in the development process.

Payment is made in two or more instalments at various stages of the project.

To many cultures, at various stages in history, it was obvious that the earth was flat.

Some have as many as a hundred photographs and captions describing the various stages of the project.

■ NOUN

centre

At the city's Bluecoat Concert Hall, dance has once again taken centre stage .

There are many others like him, lurking in the background when they should be centre stage .

By day, the Pirates Club takes centre stage with games, activities and competitions - even the parents join in!

This was Abba's tour de force, a brilliantly structured melodrama which put Faltskog's fragile, emotional vocal centre stage .

Control of the money supply should occupy centre stage in the conduct of macroeconomic policy.

After years in the doldrums, Opec has grabbed centre stage once more.

The debate about who should pay what tax in the underdeveloped world has moved centre stage .

One particularly macabre statue of Saint Sebastian, arrows poking out of every limb, was given centre stage .

door

He received it the next morning when he took his usual letter to the stage door .

Musicians were so desperate to hear Michelangeli that they borrowed violin cases and sneaked in through the stage door .

Just before I turned into the stage door , I passed Charles Fox, the theatre make-up shop.

He stopped by on his night off, was let in the stage door , and stood in the wings.

Cards and flowers had already come to the stage door , and Bernie was making mocking remarks at every opportunity.

Before each performance, he slid casually through an unnoticeable stage door into a world unknown to most.

He heard a thunk as some one hit the crush bar on the inside of the stage door .

Eliza went out the stage door into the alley.

manager

Next morning the stage manager took great pleasure in informing them they had been to a women-only club.

Making Alvin the stage manager was the first step, she believed, in involving him in something outside of class work.

For a company of our size to tour without a stage manager and only one technician is a nightmare.

He is also a founder member and stage manager of the Calder Valley Junior theatre Society.

He had become a stage manager and officer of the Minnehaha Minstrels.

John, the stage manager , went with her to the X-ray department.

Mr Mates was the efficient stage manager of Michael Heseltine's almost successful bid for the premiership.

Well, we know the importance of assistant stage managers , because where would we be without the tea?

world

Mrs Thatcher had emerged with much more confidence on the world stage by 1987.

If he were acting on the world stage , he would have won a Nobel Peace Prize long ago.

Charles took on Diana's mantle speaking on terminal illness, while she prepared to tread the world stage .

I had come to believe that on the world stage little occurred that was strictly coincidental.

The drama to be told was an epic of cosmic dimensions and significance, played out on the world stage .

At the same time, it was beginning to flex its muscles on the world stage .

A new generation of cultural activists is taking its causes on to the world stage .

On the world stage , he was the brightest star.

■ VERB

appear

She frequently appeared on the London stage and other leading opera houses, and sang with Paul Robeson at Caernarfon.

Hundreds of area students cheered and screamed as the president appeared on the outdoor stage .

Most performers appear on stage so briefly that we barely connect with them.

The first time he appeared on stage was in 1848, with Jack Diamond.

Hall, having appeared on stage once before in Bus Stop, brings only a wealth of inexperience.

In most instances there appear to be five stages through which we all progress.

He appeared on stage at Wembley as part of a Tory rally in support of Margaret Thatcher.

Ellie appeared on stage to a standing ovation.

mark

Three poems mark the stages of this journey which is psychological as well as aesthetic.

Today is particularly important because it marks the three-quarter stage of a very significant goal achievement.

But such sentences can be seen as marking a stage in linguistic growth.

It marks the half way stage in the itinerary and the half way stage in the narrative.

move

He saw groups as moving through four key stages of development as follows.

He further postulates that until each conflict is resolved positively, we can not move to the next stage or conflict.

Cram wallflowers into containers now to be moved to centre stage in late spring.

The proceedings now have moved to the stage of determining a penalty.

Peasants tended to move onwards in short stages , so their progression across Siberia was not sudden.

Some move through the stages slowly, while others seem to zip up across and over at a brisker pace.

A woman was moving on stage , a woman wearing a red dress.

Your career will have moved from an establishment stage into a maintenance stage.

reach

They've just reached the half way stage of the project but it's taken them five years to get this far.

However, Wright resigned as speaker and from the House before the committee reached the stage of deciding a punishment.

It is an important element in preventing conflicts reaching the stage of war.

As I stood looking out at the crowd, I felt I had finally reached a new stage in my life.

If you do have doubts and problems about the job these should be discussed privately before things reach a crucial stage .

The trouble can mount as the child reaches the stage when he is supposed to begin learning emotional ideas.

Single-cell protein production from non-photosynthetic organisms has also reached the stage of commercial availability, mainly as animal feed.

Each reawakening or rebirth symbolizes the reaching of a higher stage of maturity and understanding.

set

The passing of the Liverpool Corporation Act 1921 set the stage for inter-war policing.

Thus, it further sets the stage for later discussion of the other four pillars.

But later the deputies set the stage for possible compromise by agreeing to debate a referendum after all.

That sets the stage for the matrix arrangement.

But that simply set the stage for a final, beautiful flourish from Robins.

I brought items from home to set up the stage .

I have gone into this at some length because it sets the stage for what Wittgenstein says.

So much for setting a stage .

walk

I actually felt when we walked out on that stage that we might be able to meet the challenge.

As Angus used to say, the suit can walk to the stage itself.

He walked around the stage , perfecting his stunts, or just slept in his dressing-room or paced the empty corridors.

Sweating profusely, soaking through his robe, Havens raises his ax in triumph and walks off the makeshift stage .

Miss Jackie Du Val walked on to the stage , arms raised high.

Before they realized the speech was over, he turned and began to walk from the stage .

In the end, we were left with eleven versions of Felsenstein walking around the stage .

They all walked on to the big stage and turned into Olivier doing Hamlet, chewing up the scenery.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

be/take centre stage

As she says herself, this is one lady born to be centre stage.

But in her latest role it is her clothes, rather than lack of them, which take centre stage.

By day, the Pirates Club takes centre stage with games, activities and competitions - even the parents join in!

Charles and Diana were to take centre stage in the drama.

Meanwhile, Heidi took centre stage at London Fashion Week.

She was able to take centre stage, providing comic relief while Zephyr shared intimate moments with her special friends.

There are many others like him, lurking in the background when they should be centre stage.

concluding remark/section/stage etc

In that case, he may have to tape his concluding remarks before the story is actually over.

In the concluding remarks not only the main conclusions related to diffusion and production are summarized.

In the concluding section we shall speculate as to why this might have been. 6.

Section 3.4 provides a rather briefer coverage of internal relationships, whilst section 3.5 contains some concluding remarks.

The concluding section considers the relationship between the external and internal auditor.

The exhibition will be basically chronological in format with a concluding section of twenty-one drawings.

These are points to be returned to in our concluding section.

This concluding section explores selected implications for practice.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

'How's your dissertation coming on?' 'I'm at the writing-up stage .'

At this stage of the election campaign, it is impossible to say who will win.

Construction of the bridge is in its final stage .

Dan has never gone through a rebellious stage .

Geneva has been the stage for many such conferences.

Many women feel depressed during the early stages of pregnancy.

The initial stages of the disease are difficult to recognize.

We reached the stage where we'd given up any hopes of seeing our daughter alive.

We saw a video showing the second stage in the development of a human embryo.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

At what stage did her briefs tear loose?

Bureaucracies do not simply enter the policy-making process at the stage of implementation.

In other words, each state in the production process can only be begun once the previous stage has been completed.

It was also a stage of ambitious dreams being overtaken by reality.

The orchestra was restricted to a semicircle in view of the needs of Roman drama and, in front of this was a raised stage .

We must have had 20 groups of costumed revelers trot by us up on stage .

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

carefully

His public appearances are few and carefully staged .

Many, of course, are carefully staged , clearly presented, and very provocative.

■ NOUN

comeback

Nor did Peter regain effective control of his kingdom as Henry, although defeated at Nájera, staged a political comeback .

By 1995 all the Big Three had staged a comeback in sales and profits.

Yet he staged an amazing comeback to pound out a points win.

The rain is over, the Falcons are dying on the tube, the sun is staging a comeback .

Again this year, just when it seemed his Olympic goal was slipping away, Dolan staged another remarkable comeback .

conference

The elaborately staged conferences have acquired a reputation for issuing high-sounding communiques urging remedial economic or monetary action.

cup

Barnes said Munich, Dortmund, Berlin and Stuttgart were interested in staging the new cup tournament.

demonstration

This is why it is important to avoid reducing fundamentalism to a handful of agitators who stage demonstrations in the streets.

Southend fans staged a lengthy demonstration against the chairman after the 2-1 defeat by Ipswich at Roots Hall on Saturday.

I thought to stage a demonstration that would surprise Professor Summerlee here.

Over on the opposite corner, the Guardian Angels staged a counter demonstration .

But Brook supporters have decided to hit back by staging their own demonstration to support the centre's work.

People living in Marl Drive staged a demonstration after waiting more than 18 hours for council workers to come to their assistance.

Disabled workers will be staging a demonstration outside the County Council in Trowbridge before Councillors meet to decide their future.

event

Organisers are staging another event at Moortown on September 6 and it could be followed by a World Over-80's tournament.

And so news directors will not disregard staged events , not even those that appear in the daybook.

For further information on staging sporting events contact the National Indoor Arena on 021-.

However, the growth of ambush marketing poses a clear danger to those involved in staging major sports events .

After staging endless fund raising events Ursula raised the three thousand pounds needed for the surgery.

This part of the book will give you an expert - and simple - guide to planning and staging such events .

exhibition

She has been appointed this season after the Wordsworth Trust staged a six-day exhibition in Osaka last year.

The Craftworks gallery in Belfast's Linenhall Street is currently staging an exhibition featuring products geared towards children.

games

But there were fears that Manchester's chances of staging the games in the year 2000 have been further damaged.

The Clippers are covering a portion of the costs of staging the games at the Sports Arena.

It was the second time that Edinburgh had staged the Commonwealth Games .

The committee is still pushing to raise the $ 1. 6 billion needed to stage the Games .

And one prominent club, Bangor City, want to go even further by staging all their home games in midweek.

The Santa Clara team stages regular games .

march

Lewis' handlers would like to complete negotiations within three weeks and stage the bout in March or April.

Protests continued in June in Belgrade as students staged anti-Milosevic marches .

play

They're staging a play aimed at teaching the elderly how to deal with conmen and women.

She had driven to Julian to watch the display because her eighth-graders will soon be staging a play on the Civil War.

Read in studio A group which has been juggling with fire for the past year is staging its first play .

Even staging a play needs government approval.

Word spread and the association became involved in the Royal Shakespeare Company's plan to stage the play in London.

protest

Nearly 1,000 fans staged a sit-down protest calling for Branfoot's head, despite the victory sealed by Richard Hall's header.

They staged protests in the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies.

As we noted above, the riders staged an organised protest against the police searches of team hotels and vehicles.

Twenty travellers are staging a protest outside a police station demanding the return of their vehicles.

They were arrested on 5 October while staging a peaceful protest to highlight repression in Bophuthatswana.

Residents found out about the hostel plans from a secret tip-off and are now staging a local protest march this Sunday.

Opposition leaders said they would try to stage nationwide protests , but previous opposition rallies have met only lukewarm support.

But they have also staged their own protests .

raid

Time allowed 00:15 Read in studio Police have staged an early morning raid in a bid to crack a stolen car racket.

But my favorite has to be the Animal Liberation Front dorks who staged a daring raid on a mink farm.

recovery

Berwick crashed at home to Newcastle last Saturday, but staged a quick recovery with a last-heat win at Glasow.

Government forecasts acknowledge the economy is unlikely to stage a recovery this year.

Table-toppers Wigan staged a dramatic recovery at Salford to win 26-18.

It has staged a remarkable recovery from the apparently moribund state of the late fifties and early sixties.

Alongside him, Chris Bryan also staged a marvellous late recovery , coming back from 14-11 down to win 21-16.

series

In response the union staged as series of stoppages.

The trade union confederations staged a series of four-hour regional general strikes on Sept. 22-29 in protest at the budget.

show

Its base is a beautifully restored former school, where Harry once staged his show .

But other companies also are reportedly vying for the right to stage shows and concerts there.

strike

He reportedly staged a hunger strike on May 24 in support of the demand for a Constitutional Assembly.

Unemployed workers staged strikes , and hungry peasants in many areas seized estates and took over village councils.

Trade unions are spreading: teachers staged a long strike last year.

Not till ten years later, however, did the London dockers stage their great historic strike .

They've already staged four one day strikes and this lunchtime they took their campaign to Downing Street.

To prevent them being expressed, you stage a pre-emptive strike .

For instance, when the political prisoners staged their hunger strike during the Pope's visit, we broadcast their demands.

student

Protests continued in June in Belgrade as students staged anti-Milosevic marches.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

be/take centre stage

As she says herself, this is one lady born to be centre stage.

But in her latest role it is her clothes, rather than lack of them, which take centre stage.

By day, the Pirates Club takes centre stage with games, activities and competitions - even the parents join in!

Charles and Diana were to take centre stage in the drama.

Meanwhile, Heidi took centre stage at London Fashion Week.

She was able to take centre stage, providing comic relief while Zephyr shared intimate moments with her special friends.

There are many others like him, lurking in the background when they should be centre stage.

concluding remark/section/stage etc

In that case, he may have to tape his concluding remarks before the story is actually over.

In the concluding remarks not only the main conclusions related to diffusion and production are summarized.

In the concluding section we shall speculate as to why this might have been. 6.

Section 3.4 provides a rather briefer coverage of internal relationships, whilst section 3.5 contains some concluding remarks.

The concluding section considers the relationship between the external and internal auditor.

The exhibition will be basically chronological in format with a concluding section of twenty-one drawings.

These are points to be returned to in our concluding section.

This concluding section explores selected implications for practice.

make/stage a comeback

The miniskirt made a comeback in the late 1980s.

But for Jones, still troubled by injury, and Barnes, yet to make a comeback , it is still too early.

But now at Shortwood farm in Herefordshire, the binder is making a comeback .

But Route 66 is making a comeback .

But since then it has been making a comeback .

Even the poisonous dinitrophenol made a comeback .

Not that pale faces are making a comeback .

Rab tried to stage a comeback .

They, too, made a comeback , winning the presidency with Jimmy Carter in 1976.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

It cost thousands of pounds to stage the concert, including performers' fees and the hire of equipment.

Leverich also staged "The Glass Menagerie" here.

They staged a magnificent production of "Aida" in the amphitheatre.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Female speaker Voice over It's mix and match at Chipping Norton, where they're staging their first ever mixed fours.

In 1993, Rorion decided to stage a big-money tournament of the type popular back home.

In the cyst stage a strong covering protects the parasite and allows it to survive the acid conditions of the stomach.

Now to help raise money for the centre, volunteers are staging a sponsored sleep out on Friday.

The plays were staged in sets of six, with no applause between parts of a set.

They've already staged four one day strikes and this lunchtime they took their campaign to Downing Street.

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