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Forensic Science: Chapter 10 Review
Silica
Glass
fluorescence
specific gravity
the main element found in glass and sand
Amorphous (lacks a logical pattern); not a crystal
The absorption of shorter wavelength light which then reemits…
The ratio of a substance's density to that of water
Silica
the main element found in glass and sand
Glass
Amorphous (lacks a logical pattern); not a crystal
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Forensic Science Chapter 10
Satellite Spatter
Angel of Impact
Impact Spatter
Forward Spatter
blood spatter around parent stain, with blood droplets whose…
the angle of the source of the blood to the surface where it…
a bloodstain pattern produced when an object makes forceful c…
blood that travels away from the source in the same direction…
Satellite Spatter
blood spatter around parent stain, with blood droplets whose…
Angel of Impact
the angle of the source of the blood to the surface where it…
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Forensic Science Chapter 10
Bloodstain pattern interpretation may…
The higher the blood drop falls, the _…
Define the Area of Convergence
Define the Area of Origin
1. Direction from which blood originated... 2. Angle at which a…
A. Larger
The point on a 2D plane from which the droplet came from.
The position of victim during event on a 3D plane.
Bloodstain pattern interpretation may…
1. Direction from which blood originated... 2. Angle at which a…
The higher the blood drop falls, the _…
A. Larger
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Forensic Science (chapter 10)
What is the purpose of crime scene rec…
Who is involved in crime scene reconst…
The harder and less porous the surface…
Rough surfaces result in what kind blo…
It can support or contradict accounts given by witnesses and…
Medical examiners, Law enforcement and criminalists
Less spattered
Irregular with serrated edges and possibly satellite spatter
What is the purpose of crime scene rec…
It can support or contradict accounts given by witnesses and…
Who is involved in crime scene reconst…
Medical examiners, Law enforcement and criminalists
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Forensic Science Chapter 10
Humus
pH
Spectrometer
Birefringence
organic part of soil
the acidity of a solution, described by a number that represe…
a device for measuring the interaction of light with matter
the numerical difference between refractive indices of anisot…
Humus
organic part of soil
pH
the acidity of a solution, described by a number that represe…
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Forensic Science chapter 10
Field Investigations include (5):
12 major, specific traits for handwrit…
The steps used in Handwriting Examinat…
Technology used in Handwriting Analysi…
-Handwriting... -Computer Printouts... -Commercial Printing... -Paper…
-Line Quality... -Spacing ... -Size consistency... -continuous ... -conne…
2. Examine the questionable document ... 3. Obtain a known sampl…
-Biometric Signature pads... -computerized analysis
Field Investigations include (5):
-Handwriting... -Computer Printouts... -Commercial Printing... -Paper…
12 major, specific traits for handwrit…
-Line Quality... -Spacing ... -Size consistency... -continuous ... -conne…
Forensic Science: Chapter 10
Class Evidence
Presumptive
Hemoglobin
Chemiluminescence
can be associated only with a group of items that share prope…
or screening tests presume. The presence of the substance but…
the oxygen carrier that gives red blood cells their color, It…
the emission of light from a chemical reaction. Within an org…
Class Evidence
can be associated only with a group of items that share prope…
Presumptive
or screening tests presume. The presence of the substance but…
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Forensic Science chapter 10
Recover human remains
Cadaver dogs and remote sensing methods
Find small bones or bone fragments, re…
age
What is one job of a forensic anthropologist?
What is used to locate human remains?
How do forensic anthropologists help in an investigation?
Look at bone length and bone fusion
Recover human remains
What is one job of a forensic anthropologist?
Cadaver dogs and remote sensing methods
What is used to locate human remains?
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SPX Forensic Science Chapter 10 Crime-Scene Reconstruction
Angle of impact
Area of convergence
Area of origin
Arterial spray
The acute angle formed between the path of a blood drop and t…
The area on a two-dimensional plane where lines traced throug…
The location in three-dimensional space that blood that produ…
A characteristic bloodstain pattern containing spurts that re…
Angle of impact
The acute angle formed between the path of a blood drop and t…
Area of convergence
The area on a two-dimensional plane where lines traced throug…
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Forensic science chapter 10
Algor mortis
Anatomic pathology
Autopsy
Cause of dearh
Cooling of body after death
Study of structural and morphological changes to the body as…
Internal and external exam of a body to determine cause and m…
Trauma or injury which resulted in death
Algor mortis
Cooling of body after death
Anatomic pathology
Study of structural and morphological changes to the body as…
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Forensic Science chapter 10 words (Blood)
Angle of impact
Arterial spurting (or gushing) pattern
Back spatter
Blood spatter analysis
The angle formed between the direction of a blood drop and th…
Bloodstain pattern(s) resulting from blood exiting the body u…
Blood directed back toward the source of energy or force that…
A field of forensic science that deals with the physical prop…
Angle of impact
The angle formed between the direction of a blood drop and th…
Arterial spurting (or gushing) pattern
Bloodstain pattern(s) resulting from blood exiting the body u…
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forensic science key terms: chapter 10
class evidence
presumptive
chemiluminescence
precipitin test
can be associated only with a group of items that share prope…
or screening test presume. The presence of the substance but…
the emission of light from a chemical reaction
test that distinguishes between human and animal blood.
class evidence
can be associated only with a group of items that share prope…
presumptive
or screening test presume. The presence of the substance but…
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Chapter 10 and 11 forensic science
Shaft
Root
Follicle
Anagen
part of the hair that sticks out of the skin
lies below the epidermis
structure from which the hair grows
hair that is growing
Shaft
part of the hair that sticks out of the skin
Root
lies below the epidermis
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Forensic Science Chapter 10 -- Trace
Probative Value
Associative Value
Product rule
Trace evidence
Level at which evidence provides proof of the crime.
Used to place a suspect at a crime
How often something occurs in nature
Any small pieces of material, man-made or naturally occurring…
Probative Value
Level at which evidence provides proof of the crime.
Associative Value
Used to place a suspect at a crime
Forensic Science Chapter 10 vocab
Document Analysis
Questioned document
Counterfeiting
Fraudulence
The examination of questioned documents with known material f…
Any signature, handwriting, typewriting or other written mark…
The production of an imitation of currency, works of art, doc…
When a financial gain accomplishes a forgery
Document Analysis
The examination of questioned documents with known material f…
Questioned document
Any signature, handwriting, typewriting or other written mark…
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Chapter 10 Forensic Science Vocab.
Anagen Phase
Catagen Phase
Telogen Phase
Follicular Tag
The initial growth phase during which the follicle actively p…
A transition stage between the anagen & telogen phases of hai…
The final growth phase in which hair naturally falls out of s…
A translucent piece of tissue surrounding the hair's shaft ne…
Anagen Phase
The initial growth phase during which the follicle actively p…
Catagen Phase
A transition stage between the anagen & telogen phases of hai…
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Forensic Science: Chapter 10: Blood Spatter Evidence Vocabulary
Angle of impact
Arterial spurting (or gushing) pattern
Back spatter
Blood spatter analysis
The acute angle formed between the direction of a blood drop…
Bloodstain pattern(s) resulting from blood exiting the body u…
Blood directed back toward the source of energy or force that…
A field of forensic science that deals with the physical prop…
Angle of impact
The acute angle formed between the direction of a blood drop…
Arterial spurting (or gushing) pattern
Bloodstain pattern(s) resulting from blood exiting the body u…
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Forensic Science Chapter 10 Vocabulary
Cuticle
Cortex
Medulla
Anagen phase
The scale structure covering the exterior of the hair
The main body of the hair shaft
A cellular column running through the center of the hair
The initial growth phase during which the hair follicle activ…
Cuticle
The scale structure covering the exterior of the hair
Cortex
The main body of the hair shaft
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Forensic Science Chapter 10-13
fire
explosion
what is the accepted temperature used…
phases of fire
rapid oxidation process with the evolution of heat and light
sudden conversion of potential energy into kinetic energy wit…
100 f, anything below 100 f classify flammable liquids
incipient, emergent smoldering, free burning, oxygen-regulate…
fire
rapid oxidation process with the evolution of heat and light
explosion
sudden conversion of potential energy into kinetic energy wit…
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Chapter 10 review forensic science
Mineral
Beck Point
Match Point
Soil
Is any natural occurring crystalline solid.
Is a halo around the glass fragment when placed in oils with…
When the becke line disappears, the refractive index of the g…
A mixture of mineral grains, organic matter, and any other ma…
Mineral
Is any natural occurring crystalline solid.
Beck Point
Is a halo around the glass fragment when placed in oils with…
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Chapter 10 Vocabulary (Forensics Science)
Angle of Impact
Arterial Spurting
Back Spatter
Blood Spatter Analysis
The acute angle formed between the direction of a blood drop…
Bloodstain pattern(s) resulting from blood exiting the body u…
Blood directed back toward the source of energy or force that…
A field of forensic science that deals with the physical prop…
Angle of Impact
The acute angle formed between the direction of a blood drop…
Arterial Spurting
Bloodstain pattern(s) resulting from blood exiting the body u…
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Intro to Forensic Science: Chapter 10 - Hairs and Fibers
Hair
Hair Follicle
Hair Shaft
Cuticle
an appendage of the skin
the organ where hair grows out of
composed of three layers--the cuticle, cortex, and medulla--a…
the scale structure covering the exterior of the hair and has…
Hair
an appendage of the skin
Hair Follicle
the organ where hair grows out of
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forensic science chapter 10 TR
type of allergic reaction where red bl…
a toxin or other foreign substance tha…
produced to attack invaders that enter…
contain hemoglobin; transport O from t…
Agglutination
Antigen
Antibody
Erythrocyte
type of allergic reaction where red bl…
Agglutination
a toxin or other foreign substance tha…
Antigen
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Forensic Science Chapter 1
Forensic Science
Anthropometry
Locard's exchange principle
FBI Laboratory
The application of science and technology to the criminal and…
Bertillon's system of bodily measurement used to identify an…
When two objects come into contact with each other, a cross-t…
World's largest forensic science laboratory
Forensic Science
The application of science and technology to the criminal and…
Anthropometry
Bertillon's system of bodily measurement used to identify an…
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Criminalistics: An introduction to forensic science chapter 10
Who is deemed as Dr Death?
Criminalistics an introduction to fore…
True or false: toxicologists are emplo…
The amount of alcohol in the blood (is…
Harold Shipman, suspected of killing over 236 patients by giv…
Alcohol
False
Is
Who is deemed as Dr Death?
Harold Shipman, suspected of killing over 236 patients by giv…
Criminalistics an introduction to fore…
Alcohol
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Chapter 10 Forensic Toxicology
Absorption
Acid
Alveoli
Anticoagulant
Passage of alcohol across the wall of the stomach and small i…
A compound capable of donating a hydrogen ion (H+) to another…
Small sacs in the lungs through whose walls air and other vap…
A substance that prevents coagulation or clotting of blood.
Absorption
Passage of alcohol across the wall of the stomach and small i…
Acid
A compound capable of donating a hydrogen ion (H+) to another…
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Forensic science chapter 10 terms (Banner)
Anagen phase
Catagen phase
Cortex
Cuticle
The initial growth phase during which the hair folicle acivel…
A transition stage between the Anagen and telogen phases of h…
The main body of the hair shaft
The scale structure covering the exterior of the hair
Anagen phase
The initial growth phase during which the hair folicle acivel…
Catagen phase
A transition stage between the Anagen and telogen phases of h…
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Chapter 10 - Forensic Serology
DNA
Plasma
Erythrocyte
Serum
abbreviation for Deoxyribonucleic Acid - the molecules carryi…
The fluid portion of unclotted blood
A red blood cell.
The liquid that separates from the blood when a clot is formed.
DNA
abbreviation for Deoxyribonucleic Acid - the molecules carryi…
Plasma
The fluid portion of unclotted blood
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Forensic Science Vocab chapter 2
Chain of custody
Crime-scene Investigation
trace evidence
Locard's Principle of change
A list of all people who came into possession of an item of e…
to recognize, document, photograph, and collect evidence
Materials found on the crime scene
states that when a person comes into contact with and object…
Chain of custody
A list of all people who came into possession of an item of e…
Crime-scene Investigation
to recognize, document, photograph, and collect evidence
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Forensic Science Chapter 10 Handwriting Analysis, Forgery, and Counterfeiting
counterfeiting
document analysis
document expert
exemplar
the production of an imitation of currency, works of art, doc…
the examination of questioned documents with known material f…
a person who scientifically analyses handwriting
a standard document of known origin and authorship used in ha…
counterfeiting
the production of an imitation of currency, works of art, doc…
document analysis
the examination of questioned documents with known material f…
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Chapter 10 - Forensic Toxicology Vocab
ADME
Amphetamine
Anorexic
Biofluids
The process by which a drug moves through the body: adsorptio…
A controlled substance that, along with its analogs such as m…
Appetite suppressant
Blood, urine, bile, etc.; fluids obtained from the body.
ADME
The process by which a drug moves through the body: adsorptio…
Amphetamine
A controlled substance that, along with its analogs such as m…
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Forensic Science Vocab chapter 2
Chain of custody
Crime-scene Investigation
trace evidence
Locard's Principle of change
A list of all people who came into possession of an item of e…
to recognize, document, photograph, and collect evidence
Materials found on the crime scene
states that when a person comes into contact with and object…
Chain of custody
A list of all people who came into possession of an item of e…
Crime-scene Investigation
to recognize, document, photograph, and collect evidence
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Forensic - Chapter 10
Prediction component
Management component
Hart (1998)
The phase Civil Contexts
This describes the probability that an individual will commit…
This describes the development of interventions (treatments)…
The critical function of risk assessment is violence preventi…
refers to the private rights of individuals and the legal pro…
Prediction component
This describes the probability that an individual will commit…
Management component
This describes the development of interventions (treatments)…
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chapter 10 forensic toxicology
absorption
oxidation
excretion
artery
passage of alcohol across the wall of the stomach and small i…
the combination of oxygen with other substances to produce ne…
elimination of alcohol from the body in an unchanged state an…
a blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart
absorption
passage of alcohol across the wall of the stomach and small i…
oxidation
the combination of oxygen with other substances to produce ne…
Forensic Science Chapter 1: Observation
Observation
perception
eyewitness
Forensic
What a person perceives using his or her senses
Interpreting information received from the senses.
A person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
Relating to the application of scientific knowledge to legal…
Observation
What a person perceives using his or her senses
perception
Interpreting information received from the senses.
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Chapter 10 - Forensic Serology
Karl Landsteiner discovered that blood…
T/F: No two individuals, except for id…
_____ is the fluid portion of unclotte…
The liquid that separates from the blo…
Type
True
Plasma
Serum
Karl Landsteiner discovered that blood…
Type
T/F: No two individuals, except for id…
True
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Forensics - Chapter 10 - Blood
hemoglobin
Chemiluminescence
precipitin test
serum
the oxygen carrier that give red blood cells their color; It…
the emission of light from a chemical reaction. Within an org…
test that distinguishes between human and animal blood
a liquid that separates from clotted blood
hemoglobin
the oxygen carrier that give red blood cells their color; It…
Chemiluminescence
the emission of light from a chemical reaction. Within an org…
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Forensic Psychology- Chapter 10
Conflicts Tactics Scale (CTS)
CTS2
PTSD
Psychological Consequences of Domestic…
-the standard measure for domestic violence among intimate pa…
-contains items that assess the severity of the injury the vi…
-characterized by exposure to a traumatic event or series of…
-PTSD... -High rates of depression ... -battered woman syndrome (BW…
Conflicts Tactics Scale (CTS)
-the standard measure for domestic violence among intimate pa…
CTS2
-contains items that assess the severity of the injury the vi…
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Forensics Chapter 10: Forensic Serology
karl landsteiner
a-b-o system
deoxyribonucleic acid (dna)
blood
discovered the typing of blood; the first to recognize that a…
a classification system distinguishing blood by its group or…
the molecules carrying the body's genetic information; double…
a highly complex mixture of cells, enzymes, proteins, and ino…
karl landsteiner
discovered the typing of blood; the first to recognize that a…
a-b-o system
a classification system distinguishing blood by its group or…
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Chapter 10: Forensic Pathology
algor mortis
anatomic pathology
autopsy
cause of death
cooling of the body after death
the study of the structural and morphological changes to the…
internal and external investigation of a body to determine ca…
the trauma or injury or the disease (or combination of both)…
algor mortis
cooling of the body after death
anatomic pathology
the study of the structural and morphological changes to the…
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Chapter 10: Forensic Pathology
anatomical pathology
clinical pathology
becoming a Forensic Pathologist
Duties of Forensic Pathologist
study of structural and morphological changes to the body as…
analysis of various materials removed from the body (blood, s…
4 years of college, 4 years of med school, 4 years residency,…
1) to determine the apparent cause of death 2) to determine (…
anatomical pathology
study of structural and morphological changes to the body as…
clinical pathology
analysis of various materials removed from the body (blood, s…
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Forensic Vocabulary Chapter 10
Agglutinatin
Alleles
Antigens
Antiserum
The clumping together of RBC by the action of an antibody
Any of several alternative forms of a gene located at the sam…
A substance, usually a protein that stimulates the body to pr…
Blood serum that contains specific antibodies
Agglutinatin
The clumping together of RBC by the action of an antibody
Alleles
Any of several alternative forms of a gene located at the sam…
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Chapter 10 forensic vocab
Agglutination
Alleles
Antibodies
Antigens
The clumping togetehr of red blood cells by the action of an…
Any of several alternative forms of a gene located at the sam…
A protein in the blood serum that destroys or inactivates a s…
A substance usually protein that stimulates the body to produ…
Agglutination
The clumping togetehr of red blood cells by the action of an…
Alleles
Any of several alternative forms of a gene located at the sam…
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Forensic Science - Chapter 1
analytical skills
deductive reasoning
eyewitness
fact
the ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
reasoning in which a conclusion is reached by stating a gener…
a person who has seen someone or something and can communicat…
A statement that can be proved.
analytical skills
the ability to identify a concept or problem, to isolate its…
deductive reasoning
reasoning in which a conclusion is reached by stating a gener…
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Chapter 10 Forensic Vocab
class evidence
presumptive
hemoglobin
chemiluminescence
can be associated only with a group of items that share prope…
or screening tests presume. The presence of the substance but…
the oxygen carrier that gives red blood cells their color. It…
the emission of light from a chemical reaction. Within an org…
class evidence
can be associated only with a group of items that share prope…
presumptive
or screening tests presume. The presence of the substance but…
Forensic Chapter 10 vocab
counterfeiting
document analysis
document expert
exemplar
the production of an imitation of currency, works of art, doc…
the examination of questioned documents with known material f…
a person who scientifically analyzes hand-writing
a standard document of known origin and authorship used for h…
counterfeiting
the production of an imitation of currency, works of art, doc…
document analysis
the examination of questioned documents with known material f…
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Forensic science Chapter 2
direct evidence
circumstantial evidence
trace evidence
class evidence
first-hand observations; eyewitness accounts
indirect evidence used to imply a fact, but does not directly…
a type of circumstantial evidence including physical and biol…
narrows an identity to a group of persons or things
direct evidence
first-hand observations; eyewitness accounts
circumstantial evidence
indirect evidence used to imply a fact, but does not directly…
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Chapter 10 Forensic Vocab
Blind Forgery
Charred Document
Chromatography
Counterfeiting
forged without a model of the signature or writing being forg…
any document that has become darkened and brittle through exp…
a gas used to analyze fibers on a persons body and also analy…
the forging of currency or the forging of other government is…
Blind Forgery
forged without a model of the signature or writing being forg…
Charred Document
any document that has become darkened and brittle through exp…
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Forensic Science Chapter 10 & 11 Test Review
What must questioned hairs be accompan…
Who may you get hair samples from?
What are the three parts of the hair?…
What are the three types of hair growt…
An adequate number of control samples
Victims, possible suspects, and others who may have deposited…
Shaft - part of the hair that sticks out of the skin... Root - l…
Anagen - hair that is growing... Catagen - hair at rest ... Telogen…
What must questioned hairs be accompan…
An adequate number of control samples
Who may you get hair samples from?
Victims, possible suspects, and others who may have deposited…
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Forensic vocab chapter 10
Cuticle
Cortex
Medulla
Anagen phase
the scale structure covering the exterior of the hair
the main body of the hair shaft
A cellular column running through the center of the hair
the initial growth phase during which the hair follicle activ…
Cuticle
the scale structure covering the exterior of the hair
Cortex
the main body of the hair shaft
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