Meaning of SENTENCE in English

SENTENCE

I. noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a jail sentence

He’s serving a 7-year jail sentence.

a prison sentence/term (= a period of time in prison as a punishment )

He is serving a four-year prison sentence.

a sentence of death (= the official punishment of death for a crime )

There were strong protests against the sentence of death.

carries...the death sentence (= is punished by )

Premeditated murder carries the death sentence .

custodial sentence

death sentence

He received a death sentence .

give sb a fine/a sentence

If you don’t pay on time, you could be given a fine of up to $1,000.

life sentence

Miller is serving a life sentence for murder.

mandatory...sentence

Murder carries a mandatory life sentence .

maximum sentence/penalty/fine etc

She faces a maximum penalty of life in prison.

passed...death sentence on

In 1987, the government passed a death sentence on the river by granting permission for the new dam.

pronounce sentence (= tell a court of law what punishment a criminal will have )

received...death sentence

He received a death sentence .

run-on sentence

sentence adverb

sentence/condemn sb to death (= decide someone must die as an official punishment )

Two men were sentenced to death for the killings.

served out...sentence (= in prison )

Dillon’s almost served out his sentence .

served...sentence

He served an 18-month sentence for theft.

serving...life sentence

Miller is serving a life sentence for murder.

stiff sentence/penalty/fine

calls for stiffer penalties for rapists

suspended sentence

a two-year suspended sentence

the death sentence (= the legal punishment of death )

Because of his young age, the judge decided not to impose the death sentence.

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

complex

This processing, which is relatively complicated in the case of the complex inference sentences , can also produce role- and name-mapping.

While he used more complex sentences consistently, some of them seemed to come out of left field.

We will be employing an eye-tracking technique to study reading of complex sentences .

Credit will be given for the appropriate use of complex sentences , punctuation and vocabulary, and for grammatical accuracy.

So you should entertain the possibility of communicating more complex thoughts by building more complex sentences .

custodial

They certainly receive more custodial sentences than would normally be predicted from their presence in the population.

Sheriff Higgings told Arthur that he could do nothing other than give him a custodial sentence .

However, Blacks had significantly higher proportions committed for trial in the Crown Court, where custodial sentences are more likely.

This resulted in Blacks overall receiving proportionately more custodial sentences .

For example, they can not impose a custodial sentence that is longer than six months in respect of a single offence.

However, it was clear that the appellant did qualify for a custodial sentence under Criminal Justice Act 1982.

My point is that, in general, the courts are under an injunction not to give custodial sentences to offenders under 21.

Thus, if convicted, women are far less likely to be given a custodial sentence .

long

Juries are becoming more likely to return guilty verdicts in tough-to-prove cases - and judges more likely to slap on longer sentences .

Others move slowly, developing ideas in a few long sentences then elaborating with bullets.

But you do come to a limit with long sentences .

A great way to set up an interesting, even dynamic, rhythm, is by juxtaposing short and long sentences .

Best of all, he was talking long sentences without a hint of breathlessness.

Before long , the sentence makes no sense, but the sound of the nonsense is rich.

The fife sentence prisoners are not the only ones serving long sentences.

Their victim says she's delighted that they've received long sentences .

mandatory

Will she insist on a guilty verdict and mandatory death sentence ?

He called for more mandatory sentences and the death penalty.

The trial judge, Caulfield J., imposed the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment.

He parents wept as the judge delivered the mandatory sentence .

This is of course the mandatory sentence for a person convicted of murder.

This provided for a mandatory 6-month prison sentence for anyone found guilty of rioting.

Nor was there any change so far as mandatory life sentences were concerned in the 1987 statement.

To suggest this child died because of mandatory sentence is grotesque.

maximum

It leaves less to the discretion of the court and has decided on a maximum sentence of just five years.

The felony charge carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $ 250, 000 fine.

He says maximum sentences are tough enough.

Despite that, he received the maximum sentence: life.

Even some misdemeanor offenses, if they draw maximum one-year sentences , can now be deemed aggravated felonies under federal immigration law.

The maximum sentence is six months in jail or a £2,000 fine.

The maximum juvenile sentence is 20 years.

short

Use short sentences to make your points clearly.

Speaking in short , clipped sentences , Dole tends to wander into baffling legislative detail.

Notoriously, he wrote in very short sentences .

A proper language allows you to pack a lot of meaning into a short sentence .

Go through each group separately, thinking of two short sentences about each name in the group.

These books contain short sentences , simple words, and repetitive phrases, designed for early readers.

Hemingway's short sentences derive their power from their revolt against earlier, more discursive styles.

A great way to set up an interesting, even dynamic, rhythm, is by juxtaposing short and long sentences .

simple

In cases of conduction aphasia, comprehension of spoken words and simple spoken sentences can be intact.

Her daughter came to the class one day, and a child who had not spoken before began speaking in simple sentences .

You should be able to reduce this to two or three simple sentences .

Saying complex things forces you away from the protected Syntax of simple sentences .

If short and simple sentences dominate your writing, however, it may become monotonous.

Let them see the struggle and humiliation, the effort he had to exert to write a simple sentence .

It is worth remembering that simple sentences are more likely to be grammatically correct than long, involved ones. 4.

A linguistic item must in general have at least the complexity of a simple sentence to show such properties.

stiff

Gave him a stiff sentence in a House of Correction to teach him better ways.

Alan Eastwood, who represents more than a hundred thousand rank and file officers, wants more police powers and stiffer sentences .

suspended

Karl-Heinz Schneider, her controlling officer and former lover, was given an 18-month suspended sentence for espionage.

After receiving a twelve-month suspended sentence he was dismissed.

Three other officers were given suspended three-year sentences for destroying evidence.

My parole finishes in nine days and then I start a nine months' suspended sentence .

This was an obvious attempt to secure his silence in return for a plea-bargain and suspended sentence on the passport charge.

The court gave short or suspended sentences to 13 other defendants.

Mr Koc said Tunc was given an 18-month suspended sentence for this allegation.

■ NOUN

death

She felt suddenly, confusedly, a little like a man who had voluntarily passed a death sentence on himself.

How do we work out the fact that a firing from one job can become an employment death sentence ?

Forty percent of death sentences have been overturned at federal appeal in recent years.

On the other hand, it was something akin to a blanket death sentence for the free-flowing rivers in sixteen states.

The ayatollahs' death sentence stands.

In 13 states that have the death penalty, Kambule would be excluded from a possible death sentence .

The death sentence on Eduardo Díaz Betancourt was upheld on appeal, and he was executed by firing squad on Jan. 20.

Some prisoners who would not normally have received the death sentence may have fallen victim to political interference in the judicial process.

jail

She was given a six month jail sentence .

Davitt is serving a six-month jail sentence in the theft.

But his lifestyle has lead to court appearances on drug and driving offences and he's served two jail sentences .

Those arrested Wednesday face criminal charges of forgery and falsifying business records, both of which carry possible jail sentences .

Last year he was convicted of breaking that ban ... and was given a jail sentence .

After a travesty of a trial, Conde was given a five-year jail sentence for an alleged breach of national security.

Police have launched a nationwide hunt for Moore, who has served a jail sentence for armed robbery.

Terrence Duncan was given a three-month suspended jail sentence for living off immoral earnings.

life

If convicted, the alleged drug lord could face several life sentences .

Her husband was serving a life sentence for murder.

Maybe he was a convicted ax-murderer doing a life sentence , and he just wrote letters to pass time.

Nilsen began a life sentence in November 1983.

Aldrich Ames is serving a life sentence at the federal penitentiary at Allenwood, Pa..

Ministers will continue to review every case where a life sentence prisoner has been detained for 10 years.

Eberling, 67, is serving a life sentence in Ohio for murder in another case.

prison

Infringements of the new law can attract fines of up to £20,000, or a prison sentence of up to five years.

Staley is serving a 15-to 25-year state prison sentence for stalking his ex-girlfriend.

Name the doctor given a suspended prison sentence for the attempted murder of a dying patient. 4.

The Arizona Special Delivery defendant faces a 10-to 24-year prison sentence under state law.

If convicted of the charge he could face a prison sentence of six years.

He could face additional charges and, if convicted, receive a prison sentence , sources said.

This is an indictable offence which carries a two years' prison sentence .

Short prison sentences or a light physical punishment are the norm in most criminal cases.

structure

Bruner starts by leading children to discover what is in their own heads, and describes a lesson on sentence structure .

This sentence suture can add variety to your sentence structure .

Scan 4: Analysis of sentence structure .

Look at the style, the variety of words, and sentence structure .

These aspects of language performance are more under conscious control than are aspects of sentence structure and morphology.

The passages got longer and longer, the sentence structure and verb forms more complex.

Minor changes in sentence structure can affect the accuracy of recall.

Perhaps the greatest roadblock to smooth, fast writing lies in sentence structure .

■ VERB

begin

Nilsen began a life sentence in November 1983.

Her daughter came to the class one day, and a child who had not spoken before began speaking in simple sentences .

Thompson began a six-year sentence for money laundering earlier this year.

Capital letters began each sentence and periods ended them.

The teacher had helped them with the capital letter to begin the sentence and the full stop at the end.

One of the main things I was taught from this was not to begin a sentence with And.

Typing Tutor then begins to provide test sentences which include those problem characters.

Blake began his sentence in Wormwood Scrubs prison in West London.

carry

More specifically, we can ask what implications are carried by the sentences about the contexts in which they are being used.

So now we must carry out the sentence .

All you're doing is carrying out a sentence that the courts no longer have the power to impose.

The felony charge carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $ 250, 000 fine.

Conviction for such an offence carries a five-year prison sentence .

Currently, those sales carry a misdemeanor sentence of a year or less in the county jail.

Drink-driving, for example, should carry an automatic prison sentence .

Those arrested Wednesday face criminal charges of forgery and falsifying business records, both of which carry possible jail sentences .

commute

King Hussein and the Prime Minister had the right to commute the death sentences .

In 1979, President Carter commuted her seven-year sentence for bank robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony.

De Graaff commuted the sentence to two years, and in actuality Sukarno was released on 15 December 1931.

Since then it has been the practice to commute the sentence on Western expatriates to imprisonment followed by deportation.

The Head of State commuted the sentences to 15 years' imprisonment.

complete

How did you complete the sentence ?

In many cases, imprisoned illegal immigrants who complete their prison sentences are released while they await deportation proceedings.

And he would complete his final sentence on the second.

Two of the others charged in the case have completed federal prison sentences .

When Griffin failed to complete his sentence , he was put in jail for 18 days.

The three levels range from simple letters to complete sentences and the tutorials are sensibly structured.

She hurried out of the room, before the astonished Victorine had completed her first sentence of protest.

I couldn't complete my sentence .

consider

Let us then take the discussion a stage further. Consider the following sentences: 3.

For example, consider the four sentences in the following: A: Have you got any free time this morning?

The judge retires for the night to consider his sentence and returns the next day to jail Leonard McLean for eighteen months.

Grammatically controlled interactions follow strict rules. Consider the following sentence: 27.

Within each paragraph consider the various sentences and whether they each knit together logically.

face

If found guilty he faces a jail sentence of up to 20 years.

He faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $ 250, 000 fine.

He doesn't deserve to be facing a long prison sentence .

If convicted, the alleged drug lord could face several life sentences .

If convicted of the charge he could face a prison sentence of six years.

Shaver said the culprit may face a prison sentence , not to mention a $ 3. 4 million firefighting bill.

If he loses this case he could face a jail sentence .

He faces a possible death sentence .

finish

But he was destined never to finish the sentence .

They promised even before she finished the sentence .

Skull finished reading a sentence and looked up reluctantly.

Then, add the correct punctuation to finish the sentence outside.

Mr. Patten I am finishing my sentence .

He finished the sentence with a slight raising of the eyebrows.

He can hardly finish a sentence without a quote from some one or other.

The woman, classy, well-presented, thirty-five, is approaching fast-he can't finish the sentence .

give

Three other officers were given suspended three-year sentences for destroying evidence.

The judge gave Abraham a seven-year sentence in a juvenile detention centre, after which he will be released.

Last year he was convicted of breaking that ban ... and was given a jail sentence .

Throughout the book Melville has given his sentences and paragraphs and chapters a special intensity.

Sheriff Higgings told Arthur that he could do nothing other than give him a custodial sentence .

The judge gave her a life sentence .

The smooth-talking Noye was given a 14-year sentence for laundering cash from the Brinks-Mat raid.

Ian Cowper, 27, was given a three month sentence after admitting being in breach of a 200-hour community service order.

hand

Serious offences such as murder are tried by juries in crown courts, which have powers to hand down heavier sentences .

Last year Minin was handed down a two-year sentence for drugs possession.

impose

The judge is free to impose any sentence and can send the convicted individual to prison or hospital.

Police courts could impose sentences of up to six months, and district courts of up to two years.

For example, they can not impose a custodial sentence that is longer than six months in respect of a single offence.

Federal courts would be empowered to impose the death sentence for 51 crimes.

The courts may also impose a discretionary life sentence for certain other serious crimes.

The trial judge, Caulfield J., imposed the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment.

The Magistrates took that into account when imposing the sentence , but warned the girl that they take the offence extremely seriously.

But the court disregarded this and imposed a heavy sentence on the 27-year-old from north Staffordshire.

pass

She felt suddenly, confusedly, a little like a man who had voluntarily passed a death sentence on himself.

Lord Taylor's main point is to suggest that judges should pass sentence with an eye to the public's expectations.

They will have to pass shorter sentences .

The law must be changed to allow the courts to pass severe prison sentences on these so-called joyriders.

Read in studio Magistrates watched the seven minute video before passing sentence .

Judge Gerald Butler told him he had no option but to pass a custodial sentence .

But the disappearance of his son, Larry, in the war has passed its own sentence on the family.

pronounce

Later, they pronounce a sentence .

Some definitions Accent: the way in which people from different places pronounce words and sentences .

They accepted the right of the vigilantes to bring the charges, to make the decision and to pronounce the sentence .

read

Blanche read the last two sentences twice and glanced up at Dinah.

I read the few sentences printed in purple on the leaf of pale yellow paper.

Skull finished reading a sentence and looked up reluctantly.

Who was supposed to read these sentences and make sense out of them?

It appears, therefore, that role mapping, but not name mapping, occurred as the original sentence was read .

This sentence should also be read in the light of the sentence in the judgment of Platt B. to which I have referred.

He recites Rachel's name and reads out sentences constructed by a constipated computer.

The provost came to the edge of the scaffold, unrolled a parchment and read the sentences of death.

receive

They received sentences of four to 13 years, provoking Western condemnation.

The boys received an indefinite prison sentence .

Despite that, he received the maximum sentence: life.

She received a three-year prison sentence and was fined $ 1, 500.

The crime was extremely brutal, as was Ferguson's treatment of his crew, and he received the death sentence .

As a result, he said, he was convicted in 1982 and received a six-year sentence .

This resulted in Blacks overall receiving proportionately more custodial sentences .

Three eighteen-year-olds received jail sentences .

reduce

The changes also included reducing the sentence for security offences from life imprisonment to 10 years.

One can get a reduced sentence for committing certain crimes under the influence of alcohol.

Also on Jan. 1 Havel declared an amnesty which involved pardoning certain categories of short-term prisoners and reducing the sentences of others.

Soon after his conviction, McDougal began cooperating with Starr in hopes of reducing his sentence .

On review it reduced Calley's sentence to 20 years and then later halved it to ten.

During his last-minute flurry of pardons and commutations before leaving office, Clinton reduced their sentences to 24 to 30 months.

serve

Krishna Sen, the first editor to be jailed, was released from prison three months ago after serving a two-year sentence .

Elisa Felix pled guilty in 1993 to a money laundering charge and served a 10-month prison sentence .

Proscribed as a member of illegal organizations, she served two gaol sentences in Mountjoy and Cork.

Eslaminia is serving a life sentence without possibility of parole at Folsom Prison.

He had already served a prison sentence in New Zealand.

Ray pleaded guilty to the assassination in 1969 and is serving a 99-year sentence .

The noises insisted upon her serving her sentence: she must allow them to sound violently fortissimo for an hour.

Chapman admitted last year to sexually molesting a 13-year-old boy in suburban Dallas and is serving a four-year prison sentence .

suspend

His defence counsel contended that a suspended sentence would enable Chemouil to pay compensation to the victim.

Pleading no contest to charges of improper handling of a firearm and reckless driving, Metcalf drew a suspended jail sentence .

He received a five-year suspended sentence .

Six months later, he was let off with a suspended sentence .

Jeanson received an 18-month suspended sentence for trying to justify murder.

A new power to suspend sentences of imprisonment was added by Jenkins, at the instigation of the judiciary.

Two were let off with warnings; the remaining six were given suspended sentences of one to two years.

write

This involved writing a sentence on the board, and getting the children to form similar sentences.

He said the other kids would get done writing these three sentences in maybe twenty minutes.

Notoriously, he wrote in very short sentences .

Finally I had to write out the sentence .

People do not always speak - or write - in complete sentences , yet they still succeed in communicating.

He was sitting at his desk as he wrote the sentence , waiting for the bell to ring.

Can you imagine how bitter it is for me to have to write that sentence ?

They are taught to write and punctuate complete sentences .

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

commute a sentence (to sth)

compound sentence

hand down a decision/ruling/sentence etc

Just a few months earlier, the Supreme Court had handed down a decision inviting states to pass abortion restrictions.

She is expected soon to hand down a ruling.

The commission will seek to arbitrate a resolution before handing down a decision in late summer.

noncustodial sentence/punishment etc

pass (a) sentence (on sb)

I will pass sentence tomorrow when I have seen all the papers.

Lord Taylor's main point is to suggest that judges should pass sentence with an eye to the public's expectations.

Read in studio Magistrates watched the seven minute video before passing sentence.

Stand while the judge passes sentence.

The first is the abolition of the powers of courts to pass sentence of corporal punishment.

The judge asked for more psychiatric reports on Borgois before passing sentence.

The judge had 30 days to pass sentence.

string words/a sentence together

Female speaker I can say the odd word, but I can't string a sentence together yet.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a six-year prison sentence

Belfast Appeal Court increased his sentence from five to nine years.

Berger is serving a life sentence for the murders.

Croy is currently serving a life sentence for the 1992 rape and murder of an Iowa woman.

Describe your best friend in a single sentence .

Evans was given a light sentence in return for giving information to the police.

Hailey is serving a life sentence , and is reported to be in poor health.

He got a 10-year prison sentence .

He was recently freed after serving a sentence for leading anti-government riots.

If convicted of the charges against him, Blackburn could receive a maximum sentence of 30 years.

If found guilty of first-degree murder, Bangham could face a death sentence .

Judge Evans will pass sentence on the three men tomorrow.

Moore began an eighteen-month prison sentence in November.

Neale is finishing a three-month sentence for petty theft.

Perrault is serving a 15-year sentence for fraud and tax evasion.

Richardson was convicted of murder and given a death sentence .

The opening sentence of the book defines the concept of Tai-Chi-Chuan.

The victim's family are demanding the death sentence for his attacker.

Try to write using short, punchy sentences.

Write a complete sentence for each answer.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

As this sentence was pronounced, each sanam slid from its pedestal and smashed to the ground.

Before long, the sentence makes no sense, but the sound of the nonsense is rich.

Carl is a man of clipped sentences and positive, energetic action.

In all three examples, clues to the type of question are contained in the preceding sentence .

In cases of conduction aphasia, comprehension of spoken words and simple spoken sentences can be intact.

Often you can salve their indignation and solve this problem by rewording the sentence .

Only 14 days for the seven years to be increased to the sentence that fits his crimes and his evil - life.

That this is important was shown by one of the authors in two studies analysing sentences in the London courts in 1983.

II. verb

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADVERB

to

Some 157 demonstrators were subsequently convicted of a range of offences and were sentenced to up to 20 years' imprisonment.

He was sentenced to between five and 15 years after a trial which exposed the privileged lifestyle of rich New York youngsters.

Now two of them have been convicted and sentenced to nearly 40 years in prison.

On Oct. 30 five high-school students arrested during the disturbances were sentenced to between five and eight years in prison.

He was then arrested and sentenced to just six months in prison.

One of his accomplices was imprisoned for life, and four others were sentenced to between three and 15 years.

He was sentenced to just seven years.

■ NOUN

court

A few months later, a state court sentenced Heber to four additional years.

Wolf is being tried by the same court that sentenced him to six years in prison for treason and bribery.

On July 11 a Nairobi court sentenced four men to seven years' imprisonment for sedition.

A people's court sentenced him to death, and put a bounty on his head.

death

One person was sentenced to death , 41 sentenced to life imprisonment and 555 to terms of imprisonment of up to 36 years.

imprisonment

Calley, who had been sentenced to life imprisonment , was eventually paroled after having served only three years.

She was sentenced to three months imprisonment and a dishonorable discharge.

McEvoy was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment .

He was sentenced to seven years imprisonment by Mr Justice Jowitt.

He was sentenced to seven years imprisonment on each of the rape charges and four years for each of the indecent assaults.

Instead, he complained, he had been brought to court, fined, whipped and sentenced to two months imprisonment .

Two former students were sentenced inabsentia to life imprisonment .

judge

The judge will sentence Fleiss for pandering on April 1.

The judge sentenced the trooper to death.

The judge sentenced Chen to three years' probation and told him to file his records monthly for the next year.

The board called on judges to sentence landlords guilty of serious code violations to live in their own buildings.

Prosecutors have asked a judge to sentence him to 1 years in prison.

The Guadalajara judge sentenced him to six years in jail on illegal weapons charges.

So saying, the judge sentenced Gandhi to six years in prison.

life

Calley, who had been sentenced to life imprisonment, was eventually paroled after having served only three years.

Instead, he was sentenced in 1987 to life in prison.

Two former students were sentenced inabsentia to life imprisonment.

Am I sentenced to a life of padded cells and plastic silverware, avoiding sharp objects at all cost?

Of the individuals acquitted by the Bologna appeal court four had been sentenced to life imprisonment and nine to lesser terms.

Two men have been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for their roles in the murder.

Phan Chu Trinh was sentenced to life imprisonment.

She was tried and sentenced to life in prison last Jan. 11.

man

On July 11 a Nairobi court sentenced four men to seven years' imprisonment for sedition.

years

He has been sentenced to two years in prison and given a five-year driving ban.

In 1992 he was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

In June 18, 1984, Ebens was convicted and sentenced to twenty-five years in prison but Nitz was acquitted.

Mrs Helmsley has been sentenced to four years in jail, and could become eligible for parole in 19 months.

Prosecutors have asked a judge to sentence him to 1 years in prison.

■ VERB

convict

Quickly tried and convicted , he was sentenced to hang.

They were quickly convicted and sentenced to be burned at the stake.

Now two of them have been convicted and sentenced to nearly 40 years in prison.

Under the indictment, Noriega was transported to the United States, tried, convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison.

He was convicted and sentenced to death at age 16.

Rebecca Davis was convicted and sentenced to life in prison.

Thereupon the appellants changed their pleas to guilty of unlawful possession and were convicted and sentenced .

Two men have been convicted and sentenced to life in prison for their roles in the murder.

try

And on such flimsy grounds she'd apparently been tried and sentenced .

Under the indictment, Noriega was transported to the United States, tried , convicted and sentenced to 40 years in prison.

The Crown and Nisi Prius courts sat, the men were tried and sentenced .

She was tried and sentenced to life in prison last Jan. 11.

PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

compound sentence

noncustodial sentence/punishment etc

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

60 prisoners have been sentenced to death in political trials.

Brown will be sentenced for a series of sexual assaults.

Some countries will sentence you to seven or more years in prison for drug offences.

The judge sentenced Margolis to a year in prison.

The judge said that his was a very serious crime, and sentenced him to eight years in prison.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

But worse than that, the man was sentenced to death and was in custody!

Green is free on bail until his sentencing on June 27, when he faces up to 25 years in prison.

He was sentenced to five years in prison followed by three years of supervised release.

He was found guilty and sentenced to three years' imprisonment.

She is to be sentenced later.

She returned anyhow, was sentenced but reprieved, and found herself expelled for the fourth time.

Tyson was convicted of rape in 1992 and sentenced to six years' imprisonment.

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