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The ix Sonday.

Bonitatem. Psalm cxix.

O LORDE, thou hast delt graciously with thy servaunt : accordyng unto thy worde.
    O learne me true understanding and knowlege : For I have beleved thy commaundementes.
    Before I was troubled I went wrong : but nowe I have kept thy worde.
    Thou art good and gracious : O teache me thy statutes.
    The proude have imagined a lye againste me : but I wyll kepe thy commaundementes with my whole heart.
    Their heart is as fat as braune [brawn] : but my delite hath been in thy lawe.
    It is good for me that I have been in trouble : That I may learne thy statutes.
    The lawe of thy mouth is derer unto me : then thousandes of golde and silver.
    Glory be to the father, and to the sonne : and to the holye gost.
    As it was in the beginning, is nowe, and ever shalbe : worlde without ende. Amen.

The Collect.

GRAUNT to us Lorde we beseche thee, the spirite to thinke and doe alwayes suche thynges as be rightfull; that we, which cannot be without thee, may by thee be able to live accordyng to thy wyll; Through Jesus Christe our Lorde.


"after Trinity" added to the titles of each of the Sundays, in the late 1500's

[Psalm 119:65-72]

The Epistle. 1 Cor. x.

BRETHREN, I would not that ye should be ignoraunt, how that our fathers were all under the cloude, and al passed through the sea, and were al baptised under Moses in the cloude, and in the sea, and did all eate of one spirituall meate, and did all drinke of one spirituall drinke. And they dranke of the spiritual rocke that folowed them, whiche Rocke was Christe. But in many of them hadde God no delight. For they were overthrowen in the wildernesse. These are ensamples [examples] to us, that we should not lust after evil thinges, as they lusted. And that ye should not be worshippers of ymages, as were some of them according as it is written. The people sate downe to eate, and drynke, and rose up to playe. Neither let us be defiled with fornicacion, as some of them were defiled with fornicacion, and fell in one daye thre and twentie thousand. Neither let us tempt Christe, as some of them tempted, and were destroyed of serpentes. Neither murmure ye, as some of them murmured, and were destroyed of the destroyer. All these thynges happened unto them for ensamples: But are written to put us in remembraunce, whom the endes of the world are come upon. Wherfore, let him that thinketh he standeth, take hede leste he fall. There hath none other temptacion taken you, but suche as foloweth the nature of manne. But God is faithful, whiche shall not suffer you to bee tempted above youre strength: but shal in the middes [midst] of the temptacion make a waye, that ye may be able to beare it.



[1 Cor. 10:1-13]

The Gospel. Luke xvi.

JESUS sayd unto his disciples; There was a certaine riche man, which had a Steward, and the same was accused unto him, that he had wasted his goodes. And he called him, and sayed unto him; howe is it that I heare this of thee? Geve accomptes of thy stewardship, for thou maiest be no longer Steward. The Steward sayd within himself e: what shal I do? For my Maister taketh away from me the Stewardshippe. I cannot digge, and to begge I am ashamed. I wote [=know] what to doe, that when I am put out of the Stewardshippe, they may receyve me into their houses.
    So when he had called all his Masters debters together, he sayd unto the first; how much owest thou unto my Master? And he sayd; an hundred tunnes of oyle. And he sayed unto hym; take thy Bill, and sitte downe quickly, and write fiftie. Then sayd he to another; how muche owest thou? And he sayed; an hundred quarters of wheate. He sayed unto hym; take thy bill, and write foureskore. And the Lord commended the unjust Steward, because he had done wysely. For the children of this worlde are in their nacion, wiser than the children of light. And I saye unto you; Make you frendes of the unrighteous Mammon, that when ye shall have nede, they may receyve you into everlastyng Habitacions.



[Luke 16:1-9]


The x Sonday.

Manus tuæ. Psalm cxix.

THY handes have made me and fashioned me : O geve me understandyng, that I maye learne thy commaundementes.
    They that feare thee wyll bee glad, when they see me : because that I have put my trust in thy worde.
    I knowe, O Lorde, that thy judgementes are ryght : and that thou of very faythfulnes, haste caused me to be troubled.
    O let thy mercifull kyndnes be my comforte : Accordyng to thy worde unto thy servaunt.
    O let thy lovyng mercies come unto me, that I may lyve : For thy lawe is my delight.
    Let the proude be confounded, for they goe wickedly about to destroy me : But I will be occupied in thy commaundementes.
    Let suche as feare thee, and have knowen thy testimonies : be turned unto me.
    O let my harte be sounde in thy statutes : that I be not ashamed.
    Glory be to the father, and to the sonne, &c.
    As it was in the beginning, &c. Amen.

The Collect.

LET thy merciful eares, O Lord, be open to the praiers of thy humble servauntes; and that they may obteine their peticions, make them to aske suche thinges as shal please thee; Through Jesus Christe our Lorde.




[Psalm 119:73-80]

The Epistle. 1 Cor. xii.

CONCERNING spiritual thinges (brethren) I would not have you ignoraunte. Ye knowe that ye were Gentiles, and wente youre wayes unto dumme ymages, even as ye were ledde. Wherfore I declare unto you, that no manne, speakyng by the spirite of God, defyeth Jesus. Also no manne canne saye that Jesus is the Lorde, but by the holy gost. There are diversities of gyftes, yet but one spirite. And there are differences of administracions, and yet but one Lorde. And there diverse maners of operacions, and yet but one God, whiche worketh all in all.
    The gift of the spirite is geven to every man to edifie withall. For to one is geven through the spirite, the utteraunce of wise-dome: to another is geven the utteraunce of knowlege, by the same spirite. To another is geven faith, by the same spirite.
    To another the gift of healyng, by the same spirite. To another, power to do miracles. To another prophecie. To another judgemente to discerne spirites. To another diverse tongues. To another the interpretacion of tongues: But these al worketh even the selfe same spirite, devydyng to every manne a severall gifte, even as he will.



[1 Cor. 12:1-11]

The Gospell. Luke xix.

AND when he was come nere to Hierusalem [Jerusalem], he behelde the citie, and wepte on it, saying; If thou haddest knowen those thinges, whiche belong unto thy peace, even in this thy daye, thou wouldest take hede. But nowe are they hid from thine iyes. For the dayes shall come upon thee, that thy enemies also shall cast a banke [=wall] aboute thee, and compasse thee rounde, and kepe thee in on every syde, and make thee even with the ground, and thy children whiche are in thee. And they shall not leave in thee one stone upon another, because thou knowest not the time of thy visitacion. And he went into the Temple, and began to cast out them that solde them, and them that bought, saying unto them; It is written; my house is the house of prayer; but ye have made it a denne of theves. And he taught dayly in the Temple.



[Luke 19:41-47a]


The xi Sonday.

Dejecit. Psalm cxix.

MY soule hath longed for thy sahvacion : and I have a good hope, because of thy worde.
    My iyes long soore for thy worde, saying; O when wilt thou comforte me?
    For I am become like a botle in the smoke : yet doe I not forget thy statutes.
    Howe many are the dayes of thy servaunte? when wilt thou be avenged of them that persecute me?
    The proude have digged pittes for me : which are not after thy lawe.
    All thy commaundementes are true : They persecute me falsely; O be thou my helpe.
    They had almoste made an ende of me upon earthe : but I forsoke not thy commaundementes.
    O quicken me after thy lovyng-kyndnes and so shall I kepe the testimonies of thy mouth.
    Glory be to the father, and to the sonne, &c.
    As it was in the beginning, is nowe, &c.

The Collect.

GOD, which declarest thy almighty power, most chiefly in shewyng mercy and pitie; Geve unto us abundauntly thy grace, that we, running to thy promises, may be made partakers of thy heavenly treasure; through Jesus Christe our Lorde.




[Psalm 119:81-88]

The Epistle. 1 Cor. xv.

BRETHREN, as perteyning to the Gospell, whiche I preached unto you, whiche ye have also accepted, and in the whiche ye continue, by the whiche also ye are saved; I doe you to wete [=know] after what maner I preached unto you, yf ye kepe it, excepte ye have beleved in vayne. For fyrste of all I delyvered unto you that whiche I receyved, howe that Christe dyed for our synnes, agreyng to the scriptures; and that he was buryed; and that he arose agayne the thirde daye, accordyng to the scriptures; And that he was seen of Cephas, then of the xii. After that was he seen of moe [more] than fyve hundreth brethren at once, of whiche many remaine unto this daye, and many are fallen aslepe.
    After that appeared he to James, then to all the Apostles. And last of al he was seen of me, as of one that was borne out of due time. For I am the least of the Apostles, whiche am not worthy to bee called an Apostle, because I have persecuted the congregacion of God. But by the grace of God, I am that I am. And his grace whiche is in me; was not in vaine. But I labored more aboundantly then they all, yet not I, but the grace of God, whiche is with me. Therfore, whether it wer I or they, so we preached, and so ye have beleved.



[1 Cor. 15:1-11]

The Gospell. Luke xviii.

CHRISTE tolde this parable unto certaine whiche trusted in themselves, that they were perfect and despised other. Two men wente up into the temple to pray, the one a Pharise, and the other a Publican [=tax collector]. The Pharise stode and prayed thus with himselfe. God, I thanke thee, that I am not as other men are, extorcioners, unjust, adulterers, or as this Publican. I fast twise in the weke: I geve tythe [=a tenth] of al that I possesse. And the Publican, standing afarre of, would not lyft up his eyes to heaven, but smote upon his brest, saying; God be mercifull to me a sinner. I tell you, this man departed home to his house justifyed more then the other. For every man that exalteth hymselfe shalbe brought lowe: And he that humbleth himselfe shalbe exalted.



[Luke 18:9-14]


The xii Sunday.

In æternum, Domine. Psalm cxix.

O LORDE, thy woorde : indureth for ever in heaven.
    Thy trueth also remayneth from one generacion to another : thou haste layde the foundacion of the earth, and it abydeth.
    They continue this daye accordyng to thyne ordinaunce : for all thynges serve thee.
    If my delite had not been in thy lawe : I should have peryshed in my trouble.
    I will never forget thy commaundementes : for with them thou haste quickened me.
    I am thyne, Oh save me : For I have sought thy commaundementes.
    The ungodly layde wayte for me to destroy me : but I will considre thy testimonies.
    I see that all thynges come to an ende : but thy commaundementes are excedyng broade.
    Glory be to the father, and to the sonne, &c.
    As it was in the beginning, &c. Amen.

The Collect.

ALMIGHTIE and everlastyng God, which art alwayes more ready to heare then we to praye, and art wont to geve more than eyther we desyre or deserve; Powre downe upon us the aboundance of thy mercy; forgeving us those thynges wherof our conscience is afrayde, and gevyng unto us that that our prayer dare not presume to aske, through Jesus Christe our Lorde.




[Psalm 119:89-96]

The Epistle. 2 Cor. iii.

SUCHE trust have we through Christ to God-ward, not that we are sufficient of ourselves, to thynke any thyng as of ourselves, but if we be able unto any thyng, the same commeth of God; which hath made us able to minister the newe testament, not of the lettre, but of the spirite: For the letter kylleth, but the spirite geveth lyfe. If the ministracion of death, through the letters figured in stones, was glorious, so that the children of Israel could not behold the face of Moses, for the glory of his countenaunce; (which glory is done away;) why shall not the ministracion of the spirite be muche more glorious? for if the ministracion of condemnacion be glorious, muche more doeth the ministracion of righteousnes excede in glory.



[2 Cor. 3:4-9]

The Gospell. Mark vii.

JESUS departed from the coastes of Tyre and Sydon, and came unto the sea of Galile, through the middes [middle] of the coastes of the x cities. And they brought unto hym one that was deaffe, and had an impediment in his speche, and they prayed hym to put his hand upon him. And when he had taken him asyde from the people, he put his fingers into his eares; and did spit, and touched his tounge, and loked up to heaven, and sighed, and sayed unto him; Ephata, that is to say, be opened. And straightway his eares were opened, and the string of his tounge was looced, and he spake plaine. And he commaunded them that they should tel no man. But the more he forbad them, so muche the more a great deale they published, saying; He hath done all thynges well, he hath made bothe the deaffe to heare, and the dumme to speake.



[Mark 7:31-37]


The xiii Sonday.

Quomodo dilexi! Psalm cxix.

LORDE what love have I unto thy lawe? all the day long is my study in it.
    Thou thorough thy commaundementes haste made me wyser then my enemies : for they are ever with me.
    I have more understandyng then my teachers : for thy testimonies are my study.
    I am wyser then the aged : because I kepte thy commaundementes.
    I have refrayned my feete from every evill way : that I may kepe thy worde.
    I have not shrynked from thy judgementes : for thou teachest me.
    O howe swete are thy wordes unto my throte? yea, sweter than hony unto my mouth.
    Through thy commaundementes I gette understandyng therfore I hate all wicked wayes.
    Glory be to the father, and to the sonne, &c.
    As it was in the beginnyng, &c. Amen.

The Collect.

ALMYGHTIE and mercyfull God, of whose onely gifte it cometh that thy faythfull people doe unto thee true and laudable service; graunte we beseche thee, that we may so runne to thy heavenly promises, that we faile not finally to attayne the same; through Jesus Christe our Lorde.




[Psalm 119:97-104]

The Epistle. Gal. iii.

TO Abraham and his sede were the promises made. He sayeth not in the sedes, as manye; but in thy sede, as of one, which is Christ. This I say, that the lawe whyche began afterward, beyonde iiii. c. and xxx. [430] yeres, doth not disanul [disannul, =abolish] the testament that was confirmed afore of God unto Christ-warde, to make the promise of none effect. For if the inheritaunce come of the lawe, it commeth not nowe of promise. But God gave it to Abraham. by promyse. Wherfore then serveth the lawe? The lawe was added because of transgression, (till the sede came, to whome the promise was made,) and it was ordained by Angels in the hande of a mediator. A mediator is not a mediator of one; But God is one. Is the lawe then against the promise of God? God forbid. For if there had been a lawe geven whiche could have geven lyfe; then no doubte righteousnes should have come by the lawe. But the scripture concludeth all thinges under synne, that the promise, by the faythe of Jesus Christe, should be geven unto them that beleve.



[Galatians 3:16-22]

The Gospell. Luke x.

HAPPY are the iyes whiche see the thinges that ye see. For I tell you, that many Prophetes and kinges have desired to see those thynges which ye see, and have not seen them, and to heare those thynges whiche ye heare, and have not heard them.
    And beholde, a certaine lawyer stode up, and tempted him, saying; Master, what shall I do to inherite eternall lyfe? he said unto him; what is written in the lawe? how readest thou? and he answered, and sayd; Love the Lord thy God with al thy heart, and with al thy soule, and with all thy strength and with all thy mynde: and thy neighbour as thyselfe. And he sayed unto hym; Thou haste answered right. This do, and thou shalt live: but he willyng to justifie hymselfe, sayed unto Jesus; And who is my neighbor: Jesus answered and sayd. A certaine man descended from Jerusalem to Hierico [Jericho], and fell among theves, whiche robbed him of his rayment, and wounded him, and departed, leavyng him halfe dead. And it chaunsed that there came downe a certayne prieste that same waye, and when he sawe him, he passed by. And likewise a Levite, when he went nye to the place came and loked on hym, and passed by. But a certaine Samaritane as he jorneyed, came unto hym; and when he sawe hym, he had compassion on hym, and went to, and bounde up his woundes, and powred in oyle and wyne, and set hym on his owne beast, and brought hym to a common inne, and made provision for hym. And on the morowe, when he departed, he tooke out two pence, and gave them to the hoste, and sayd unto hym; Take cure of hym, and whatsoeuer thou spendest more, when I come agayne, I wyll recompence thee. Which nowe of these thre thinkest thou was neighbour unto hym that fell among the theves? and he sayed; he that shewed mercy on hym. Then sayed Jesus unto him; goe, and doe thou lykewyse.



[Luke 10:23-37]


The xiiii Sonday.

Lucerna pedibus meis. Psalm cxix.

THY woorde is a Lanteme unto my feete : and a light unto my pathes.
    I have sworne and am stedfastly purposed : to kepe thy righteous judgementes.
    I am troubled above measure quicken me, O Lorde, accordyng unto thy woorde.
    Let the freewill offeringes of my mouth please thee, O Lorde and teache me thy judgementes.
    My soule is alwaye in my hande : yet doe not I forget thy lawe.
    The ungodly have layed a snare for me : but yet swarved [swerved] not I from thy commaundementes.
    Thy testimonies have I claimed as mine heritage for ever : and why? they are the very joy of my heart.
    I have applied my harte to fulfill thy statutes alway : even unto the ende.
    Glory be to the father, and to the sonne, &c.
    As it was in the beginning, &c.

The Collect.

ALMIGHTYE and everlastyng God, geve unto us the increase of faythe, hope, and charitie; and that we may obteine that whiche thou doest promise; make us to love that whiche thou doest commaunde, through Jesus Christe our Lorde.




[Psalm 119:105-112]

The Epistle. Gal. v.

I SAYE, walke in the spirite, and fulfyll not the lust of the fleshe. For the fleshe lusteth contrary to the spirite, and the spirite contrary to the fleshe; these are contrary one to the other, so that ye cannot doe whatsoever ye would. But and yf ye be led of the spirite, then are ye not under the lawe. The dedes of the fleshe are manyfest, whiche are these; adultry, fornicacion, unclennesse, wantonnesse, worshippyng of images, witchcraft, hatred, variance, zele, wrath, strife, sedicions, sectes, envying, murder, dronkennes, gluttony, and suche like, of the whiche I tell you before, as I have tolde you in tymes past, that they whiche commit suche thinges shall not be inheritors of the kingdome of God. Contrarily, the fruite of the spirite is love, joy, peace, long-sufferyng, gentlenes, goodnes, faithfulnes, mekenes, temperancie. Against suche there is no lawe. They truely that are Christes, have crucified the fleshe with the affeccions and lustes.



[Galatians 5:16-24]

The Gospell. Luke xvii.

AND it chaunsed as Jesus went to Jerusalem, that he passed through Samaria and Galile. And as he entred into a certaine toune there met him x men that were lepers. Which stode afarre of. and put furth their voyces, and sayed; Jesu master have mercy upon us. When he sawe them, he sayed unto them; go, shewe yourselues unto the priestes. And it came to passe that as they went they were clensed. And one of them, when he sawe that he was clensed, turned backe agayne, and with a loude voyce praysed God, and fell downe on his face at his feete, and gave him thankes. And the same was a Samaritane. And Jesus answered, and sayed; Are there not x clensed? but where are those ix? There are not founde that returned againe to geve God prayse, save onely this straunger. And he sayed unto hym; arise, go thy waye, thy fayth hath made the whole.



[Luke 17:11-19]


The xv Sonday.

Iniquos odio habui. Psalm cxix.

I HATE them that imagine evill thinges : but thy lawe do I love.
    Thou art my defence and shylde : and my truste is in thy worde.
    Awaye from me ye wycked : I wyll kepe the commaundementes of my God.
    O stablishe me accordyng unto thy worde, that I may live : and let me not be disapointed of my hope.
    Holde thou me up, and I shalbe safe : yea, my delite shall ever be in thy statutes.
    Thou haste troden doune all them that depart from thy statutes : for they imagyne but deceipte.
    Thou puttest awaye all the ungodly of the earth lyke drosse : therfore I love thy testimonies.
    My flesh trembleth for feare of thee : and I am afrayde of thy judgementes.
    Glory be to the father and to the sonne, &c.
    As it was in the beginnyng, &c.

The Collect.

KEPE we beseche thee, O Lorde, thy Churche with thy perpetuall mercye: and because the frailtie of man without thee, cannot but fall: Kepe us ever by thy helpe, and leade us to al thynges profitable to our salvacion; through Jesus Christe our Lorde. Amen.




[Psalm 119:113-120]

"Amen" added 1552.

The Epistle. Gal. vi.

YE see howe large a letter I have written unto you with mine owne hande. As many as desyre with outwarde apperaunce to please carnally, the same constraine you to be circumcised, only lest they should suffre persecucion for the crosse of Christ. For they themselves whiche are circumcised kepe not the lawe; but desyre to have you circumcised, that they might rejoyce in your flesh. God forbyd that I should rejoyce, but in the crosse of our Lorde Jesu Christ, whereby the worlde is crucified unto me, and I unto the world. For in Christ Jesu neither circumcision availeth any thyng at all, nor uncircumcision; but a newe creature. And as many as walke accordyng unto this rule, peace be on them, and mercy, and upon Israel that pertayneth to God. From henceforth, lette no man put me to busines; for I beare in my body the markes of the Lorde Jesu. Brethren, the grace of our Lorde Jesu Christ be with your spirite. Amen.



[Galatians 6:11-18]

The Gospel Matt. vi.

NO manne can serve two Maisters, for either he shall hate the one, and love the other, or elles leane to the one, and despise the other: ye canne not serve God and Mammon. Therfore I saye unto you; be not carefull for your lyfe, what ye shall eate or dryncke: nor yet for your body, what raymente ye shall put on. Is not the life more worthe than meate? and the body more of value than rayment? Beholde the foules of the ayre, for they sowe not, neither do they reape, nor cary into the barnes; and your heavenly father fedeth them. Are ye not muche better than they? Whiche of you (by takyng carefull thought) can adde one cubite unto his stature? And why care ye for rayment: Consider the Lylies of the fielde how they growe. They laboure not; neither do they spynne. And yet I saye unto you, that even Salamon in al his royaltie, was not clothed like one of these. Wherfore, if god so clothe the grasse of the fielde (whiche though it stand to-day, is to-morrow caste into the fornace;) shall he not muche more do the same for you, O ye of litle fayth? Therfore, take no thought, saying; what shall we eate, or what shal we drinke, or wherwith shall we be clothed? after all these thynges do the Gentyles seke. For youre heavenlye father knoweth that ye have nede of all these thynges. But rather seeke ye first the kyngdome of god, and the righteousnes thereof, and all these thynges shalbe ministred unto you. Care not then for the morow, for the morow day shal care for itselfe: sufficient unto the daye is the travayle thereof.



[Matthew 6:24-34]


The xvi Sonday.

At the Communion.

Feci judicium. Psalm cxix.

I DEALE with the thyng that is lawfull and right : O geve me not over unto myne oppressoures.
    Make thou thy servaunt to delite in that which is good : that the proude do me no wrong.
    Myne iyes are wasted awaye with lookyng for thy health : and for the worde of thy righteousnes.
    O deale with thy servaunt accordyng unto thy lovyng mercy : and teache me thy statutes.
    I am thy servaunt; O graunt me understandyng, that I maye knowe thy testimonies.
    It is tyme for thee Lorde to laye to thyne hande : for they have destroyed thy lawe.
    For I love thy commaundementes above golde and precious stone.
    Therfore holde I straight all thy commaundementes : and all false wayes I utterly abhorre.
    Glory be to the father, and to the sonne, &c.
    As it was in the beginnyng, &c. Amen.

The Collect.

LORD, we beseche thee, let thy continual pitie clense and defende thy congregacion; and, because it cannot continue in safetie without thy succoure, preserve it evermore by thy helpe and goodnes; through Jesus Christ our Lorde.





[Psalm 119:121-128]

The Epistle. Ephes. iii.

I DESIRE that you faint not because of my tribulacions that I suffre for your sakes; whiche is youre praise. For this cause I bowe my knees unto the father of our lorde Jesus Christe, whiche is father over al that is called father in heaven and in yearth, that he would graunt you, accordyng to the riches of his glorye, that ye maie be strengthed with might by his spirite in the inner man; that Christ maye dwell in your heartes by faythe, that ye beyng rooted and grounded in love, might be able to comprehend with all saintes, what is the bredthe and length, depth and height; and to know the excellent love of the knowlege of Christ, that ye might be fulfilled with all fulnes, whiche commeth of God. Unto him that is able to do exceadyng aboundantly above all that we aske or thinke, according to the power that worketh in us, be praise in the congregacion by Christ Jesus, throughoute al generacions from time to time, Amen.



[Ephesians 3:13-21]

The Gospel. Luke vii.

AND it fortuned, that Jesus went into a Citie called Naim [Nain], and many of his disciples went with him, and muche people. When he came nye to the gate of the citie, beholde there was a deade man caried out, whiche was the only sonne of his mother, and she was a wydow; and muche people of the citie was with her. And when the lorde sawe her, he had compassion on her, and sayed unto her; wepe not. And he came nye, and touched the coffyn, and they that bare him stode stil. And he saied; yong man, I say unto thee, aryse. And he that was dead, sate up, and began to speake. And he delivered hym to his mother. And there came a feare on them all. And they gave the glorye unto God, saying; A great prophet is rysen up among us, and God hathe visited his people. And this rumor of hym went foorth through out all Jewrye [=Judea], and throughout all the regions which lye round about.



[Luke 7:11-17]

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