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    Re: How many can you name?

    The pic is allegedly from 1938, so it's not Organza (looks very much like it though).
  2. Re: Jo Malone Lavenderland (Wisteria & Lavender; Silver Birch & Lavender + Lavender & Coriander)

    Looking forward to hearing more about these. I'm not a huge JM fan, but any good lavender deserves a sniff.
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    How many can you name?

    Ran into this picture which I had not seen before. Lots of eye candy.

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    Re: Just Jack perfumes - Tom Ford clones

    For those of us in Canada (and shipping to the US), Fragrancebuy.ca now carries a few of these for $35 CAD. They're listed under Armaf.
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    Re: Sycomore, Encre Noir, and...

    I agree with the person above who suggested Fat Electrician - nothing is like Sycomore, but if you're looking for a "warm" vetiver, as opposed to something fresh, it's a good option.
  6. Re: Land mine detection - Identify the worst fragrances in otherwise great lineups

    I feel like Aveda or Aesop could have released this one. Not saying it smells bad, it just doesn't fit the style of the house at all.
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    Re: What scent am I missing?

    Great start - now go explore the ladies section. You're missing out on so many great scents sticking to just men's.
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    Re: Top 10 rarest discontinued fragrances

    The EDT has always been readily available in Canada - not sure why it's so HTF in other countries.

    Haven't tried the after shave, but I'm also not an after shave person.
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    Re: One Fragrance for One Month

    Your wardrobe doesn't seem to have any florals in it - so I'd suggest branching out a bit into the women's perfume counter.

    If you want to treat yourself - maybe Hermes Galop ($$$) or Kelly...
  10. Re: Land mine detection - Identify the worst fragrances in otherwise great lineups

    I felt like this was already achieved with L'Orpheline, but I see your point.
  11. Re: Land mine detection - Identify the worst fragrances in otherwise great lineups

    In the Chanel exclusive line - Gardenia is disgusting. Not even because it doesn't resemble the flower, it's just a total disaster in what is otherwise a decent collection.

    I also think Lutens...
  12. Thread: Anonim

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    Re: Anonim

    Sounds interesting, and the prices aren't too extravagent either.

    Here's their link: https://anonimparfum.com/why-anonim/

    Any guesses on the perfumer? Has to be someone who considers themselves...
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    Re: What are your thoughts on eight & bob??

    The schtick is thick with this one.
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    Re: Here we go again: Creed batches

    It must be stressful to be a Creed fan. Most of those who hunt for vintages seem to be more confident in their purchases than Creed buyers, buying new bottles.
  15. Re: Same bottle cap used by different fragrance companies

    There are tons of companies that use stock bottles (which inherintly include stock caps). Generally, as the company grows, they invest in custom-made bottles/caps, but this is a pricey venture...
  16. Re: Who loves Lush but is a bit snobby about perfume?

    I'm not sure how anyone can test these instore with that wretched stench. It's so overwhelming it makes me gag.

    I had a friend back in the day pick up Breath of God for me from London - I thought...
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    Re: Hermes Myrrhe Eglantine

    Gotcha. Then yes, definitely try it out.
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    Re: Hermes Myrrhe Eglantine

    Ohbis Drole de Rose pricey now? I can't keep up with discontinuation.

    Twilly is great. Avoid the new flanker. I only went with the small bottle for Twilly because I find the 'tube hard to wear.
  19. Thread: Future of Amouage

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    Re: Future of Amouage

    It seems as through they've had too many releases in the past few years, most of them "meh", and now I don't really put any effort in following their line anymore.

    Just 2 cents
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    Re: Hermes Myrrhe Eglantine

    I don't think ME is redundant in your collection, but I find it a tad boring, so if there's a vote, I adore Agar Ebenezer and can't wait to own a bottle one day.

    ps - your wardrobe is very nice!...
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    Re: worst fragrance of all time???

    Well we found the racist.
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    Re: NEW: Galop d'Hermes

    One last thought - this could be considered a modern Nombre Noir. That's as much praise as I could give a new(ish) release.
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    Re: NEW: Galop d'Hermes

    It's funny, I hate the bottle for Voyage even more.

    About the price - I just feel like it should have been in the mainstream line at a mainstream price. Then I could have forgiven the bottle. But...
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    Re: NEW: Galop d'Hermes

    BUMPITY - some gripes

    I really have fallen in love with this - but honestly, why does it cost so much? I hate that I'm paying $250 cad for a bottle design I hate. The leather rosemanthus(TM)...
  25. Re: And we have a winner! Most ridiculously expensive perfume...

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    Re: Alexander McQueen Kingdom

    I agree it sounds like a faulty sprayer - that happens when the packaging is more style than substance. Another thing you can try is spraying it upside down until the straw inside fills with air and...
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    Re: Moschino Toy Boy review

    I've smelled a few that have a vinegar note - one I recall is one from the fancy Lutens line. It eve lists it as a note.
  28. Re: Caron Pour Un Homme vs Masculin Pluriel - your thoughts?

    I'm really surprised people are actually comparing the detergent quality of the MFK to the elegant beauty of the Caron. I must have missed a major reformulation.
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    Re: Dries Van Noten by Frederic Malle

    If those are the options - Une Fleur de Cassie all the way. It's bizarre, floral, almond-y, truly something unique you will never smell anywhere else, and by the master of them all, Ropion, without...
  30. Re: Holy Peony by Christian Dior need help authenticating

    Who would bother counterfeiting this?
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    Re: Dries Van Noten by Frederic Malle

    I seem to be the odd one out, but I hate it. It has some sort of synthetic that just gets on my nerves after a few minutes. If you love though, go for the 10ml!
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    Re: The bath oils of yesteryear

    I have an 80's Shalimar bathoil that is quite nice. I continue to enjoy whenever Chanel releases a No. 5 bathoil (I have a huge bottle of pink stuff from a few years back). I've also enjoyed Mugler's...
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    Re: Moschino Toy Boy review

    I found it very acidic - in a vinegar way. I hate the smell of vinegar, so it's a no for me, but even with a note I hate I could still appreciate the rest of the fragrance for what it is, and it's...
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    Re: Which 3-4 fragrances should I remove?

    Great list!

    I would skip:

    Bvlgari Splendida Iris d'Or
    Bvlgari Splendida Jasmin Noir
    YSL Opium Pour Homme

    These are all "meh".
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    Re: What makes a perfume “sexy”?

    Nothing. Whoever is wearing it is the one element that makes it sexy.
  36. Thread: I hate geranium.

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    Re: I hate geranium.

    You are correct - I feel like stores like Aesop and Aveda use it a lot. It's the new tea tree oil, except it's making it into fine fragrance, where it doesn't belong.
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    Re: Real Oud & Rose Combo Fragrances

    I may be off on the fully "real" oud, but Ex Idolo 33 is my fav rose-oud. The oud smells real, the rose is lush, it's inexpensive, and honestly smells like a dilute version of The Night, ie -...
  38. Thread: I hate geranium.

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    Re: I hate geranium.

    I absolutely agree - it's a "staple" in masculines, and I'm just not a masculine guy I guess!
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    Re: am i being duped? help!

    Honestly though - Creed is SO frequently faked, that even some of the pros on here get it wrong. Unfortunatley, the prices are stupid high, and you have to pay them to know what you're getting.
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  40. Thread: I hate geranium.

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    Re: I hate geranium.

    This I could probably handle - whatever it's mixed with in Music For A While - ruined it.
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    Re: am i being duped? help!

    Stop buying Creed off ebay, for the love of god - stop.

    Also, stop buying Creed.
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    Re: Help on Chanel N°5 L'Eau

    No, No. 5 l'Eau is beautiful, whereas Gabrielle is not.

    That doesn't help, but honestly if you love Gabrielle I don't think N5E is for you.
  43. Thread: I hate geranium.

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    Re: I hate geranium.

    I too am willing to tolerate a rosy geranium. But it would always be better if it was just rose.
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    Re: Copper by Comme des Garçons

    I've read that it's (ironically) old school in feel. Do you agree?
  45. Thread: I hate geranium.

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    Re: I hate geranium.

    Isn't geranium, like, the worst though?
  46. Thread: I hate geranium.

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    I hate geranium.

    That's all.

    What do you hate?
  47. Re: Latest L'Artisan Parfumeur - Couleur Vanille!

    Review from boisdejasmin - https://boisdejasmin.com/2020/02/lartisan-parfumeur-couleur-vanille-perfume-review.html
  48. Re: NEW: Armani Prive - 4 new Les Eaux Collection Yulong, Gardénia, Rose & Jasmin

    After testing the tea - these have all been done before. Nothing new to add, unless you want the pretty bottle. Not bad though either. And the 50ml is a nice touch.
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    Re: L'Ombre des Merveilles (new Hermes)

    It is very special - it's been on my backburner-wishlist for years. I believe MikePerez has a bottle and/or is a fan.
  50. Re: NEW: Armani Prive - 4 new Les Eaux Collection Yulong, Gardénia, Rose & Jasmin

    Preliminary thoughts -

    -Rose smells very soapy.
    -Gardenia smells "fresh" - like, aquatic a bit
    -Jasmine smells nice, but very fruity
    -Tea is lovely and light, nothing new, but nice. I got...
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    Re: L'Ombre des Merveilles (new Hermes)

    Oops - missed one. I really liked that one too. I guess I should have added "Parfum des Merveilles" as well.

    As someone else has mentioned, wasn't L'Eau des Merveilles around before Midnight in...
  52. Thread: ISO: Chanel Boy

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    ISO: Chanel Boy

    Small bottle preferred/decant preferred.
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    Re: L'Ombre des Merveilles (new Hermes)

    Exactly, as far as I know, there are
    (1) the original
    (2) elixir
    (3) l'ambre
    (4) bleue
    (5) this new one

    I love L'Ambre and Bleue - hoping this one is great - I'm looking forward to the black...
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    L'Ombre des Merveilles (new Hermes)

    https://www.parfumo.net/Perfumes/Hermes/l-ombre-des-merveilles

    Very excited for this!
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    Re: Frederic Malle Discussion Thread

    I haven't been fully following the thread, so apologies, but I think Malle is a very respectable and "chic" house that offers, generally, interesting scents and a stupid pricepoint. When they were...
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    Re: Une Bois Vanille is total trash - fight me

    I thought I was in for a fight!

    I actually DO like the scent - I just find it lacks elegance and basically anything interesting. It just smells "good".
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    Re: Une Bois Vanille is total trash - fight me

    Ya, it's changed over the years - but it's just as good now as it was in the early 00s.
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    Une Bois Vanille is total trash - fight me

    I love Lutens and most of what he's done, so edgy and innovative, but I finally admitted it to myself today - UBV is total trash. It smells completely synthetic, full of laundry musks. It's no better...
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    Re: Mugler and L’Oréal Clarins speculation

    Agreed.
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    Re: Frederic Malle Discussion Thread

    Finally tested today, smells like something the Hermes reject shelf.
  61. Can we discuss Chloé "Atelier des Fleurs" collection?

    The appear to have the following in the collection, released in 2019 and with some big name perfumers. They're currently hitting discounters, but I don't ever recall seeing them in-store.

    Any...
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    Re: Why do some people hate fragrance this much?

    Yup! Go easy on it boys.
  63. Re: habit rouge edt or edp? current formula opinions.

    I'll have to re-try what's on the shelves. I went for the EDP when I bought it, but I'm still not thrilled with it compared to the vintage juice.
  64. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    I can't see this happening either - maybe the contents leaked out and were absorbed by the box/whatever padding they use inside?
  65. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    I really loved the opening/heart - but the drydown gets all soapy and gross on me.
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    WTB: Ensar Oud Yusuf (sample or partial)

    Hi - I'm looking for a sample or small size of Oud Yusuf. Located in Canada.
  67. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    I'm so jealous. The one I really wanted was Bolt of Lightning (or whatever it's called). Which, of course, was the most expensive of the lot.
  68. Re: Howcome Hermes Voyage Parfum doesnt get much love?

    I own a travel spray...I wear it on ocassion in the summer and always like it when I do. Not a favourite, but glad I own a bottle.
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    Re: Everybody Hates Hugo Boss

    The original Baldessarini literally says Hugo Boss on the bottle. It may not be the case anymore, but it was definitely a Hugo Boss release originally.

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  70. Re: Which niche brand you think is well worth the price?

    I rarely am willing to pay full price for anything, but the few that I have, I often regret.

    I bought 1 Armani Prive at retail, but only because it was discontinued.

    I bought one Dior...
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    Re: Khiel's Original Musk

    I didn't think they sold the oil anymore. I remember liking it a lot more than the EDT.

    Either way, it can't compete with something like Helmut Lang imo.
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    Re: Everybody Hates Hugo Boss

    This one is very good.
  73. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    I've never smelled anything like them, it was like an epiphany.

    Agreed on PureDistance - I was underwhelmed by the scents, the prices are ridiculous, and the packaging looks so cheap (to me).
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    Re: Everybody Hates Hugo Boss

    They did well with the original Baldessarini...otherwise I have nothing nice to say.
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    Re: Khiel's Original Musk

    It's okay - it has its fans. I prefer the shower gel to the eau de toilette, which I find a bit strong.
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    Re: What's Your Tom Ford Collection?

    I only own Velvet Gardenia, which is lovely, but not something I ever wear. I'd love a bottle of the new Cherry scent though.
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    Re: Today I bought January 2020

    Let us know what you think of these. I stopped by Armani on the weekend and they had yet to receive them.
  78. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    I remember being in Barney's NYC and being stupid enough to sit down and smell the JAR perfumes - I knew I could never afford them, but I though "hey, how good can they be?" Big mistake, they were...
  79. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    I also had a bad experience with Fate - except the women's. Luca Turin praised it so highly, and most online reviews were glowing - to me it smelled of a bad Opium knockoff.
  80. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    Good to know, thanks! I'm also iffy on most western ouds.
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    Re: Do you wear fragrance even at home alone?

    I work in a no-scent office, and I have no life, so I literally only wear perfume home alone.

    As much as it kills me, because I have SO much to wear, people have sensitivities and it's not fair...
  82. Re: Perfumes you tried recently that have been utter disappointments

    I've been dying to try the Strangelove stuff - I'm a big Laudamiel fan. Sad to hear your views. :(

    I tried a few department store offerings on the weekend - TF Metalique (or whatever) was...
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    Re: Your top 5: aldehydic florals

    I'll be repeating what everyone else says, but No. 5 really tops of this category, and I like almost all the concentrations (and even body products) for their slight differences. It's worth trying as...
  84. Re: Dior Sauvage & Fahrenheit Gel Douche on Hair ?

    Most shower gels have the same base ingredients as shampoo, so it's not something to worry about. Maybe don't use it everyday though, as heavy fragrance on your scalp may cause irritation.
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    Re: What am I doing here?

    Welcome to the madness.
  86. Re: Just blind bought Bandit Homme by Robert Piguet

    I have to correct myself - what I tried and hated was Bandit *Light* Pour Homme...not sure if it's the same as OP's.
  87. Re: "Your Mean Grandma" perfumes - can you recommend me some?

    My mean grandma wears Shalimar. Extrait only, otherwise it's not "real".
  88. Re: dries van noten par frederic malle - made with real mysore sandalwood ?

    If they did use the real thing, which I highly doubt, they wasted the effort by covering it in a mess of loud synthetics.
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    Re: Save Money and Buy Big ?

    The only real biggie I have is TDC Osmanthus in a 250ml bottle.

    I also have a few Chanels, Bois des Iles, Cuir de Russie, and 28 La Pausa, but I only really bought the 200ml size was because there...
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    Re: What is your ideal perfume longevity?

    I like a variety so I can choose based on the occasion. But generally 6-8 hours. I'm happy for the last 2 hours to be only a skin scent.
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    Re: Just Jack perfumes - Tom Ford clones

    Jlo won't be happy about this.
  92. Thread: Best of 2019

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    Re: Best of 2019

    Tried many, loved none, bought 2 - the latest Mugler Aura flanker, and the latest Aqua Allegoria. Both because I buy all the Aura flankers and most of the AAs.
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    Re: New year’s eve scent!!!

    I went with Elie Saab's wonderful Tuberose, while I sat at home alone and went to bed at 11:00. :-/
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    Re: I have Vetiver fever !

    I agree with the recommendations for Fat Electrician - a rooty vetiver with a creamy drydown; Elie Saab Vetiver, which is a fresh, grassy take, and CDG's Vetiverru, which is an all-around versatile...
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    Re: Equivalent of Chanel Pour Monsieur?

    Definitely Mitsouko. Michael Edwards once said that Chanel PM is the closest you can currently purchase to City's original Chypre. When I smelled The Osmotheque's recreation, all I could think was...
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    Re: If you like a leather perfume...

    I guess I was speaking more of animals I've encountered - the usual cats & dogs, but I have been up close with horses and cows, and they do have their own smell. Unfortunately it's usually...
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    Re: If you like a leather perfume...

    Ive yet to come across a leather perfume that smells like actual leather. That being said, I love "perfume leather"...more birch tar than isobutyl quinoline, but both have their place.

    I guess I...
  98. Re: Looking for clean, crisp white florals a la Diptyque Olene

    A great cheapie is Demeter's Jasmine. It smells exactly like jasmine tea, lasts a lot longer than expected, and costs very little. Great for layering.
  99. Re: Just blind bought Bandit Homme by Robert Piguet

    Sorry to say - this is probably one of the worst things I've ever smelled. I can't recall details, as it was a long time ago, but I recall absolutely hating it.

    That being said, your mileage may...
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    Re: Fav Elie Saab "Essence" collection?

    I did see the mini bottles of Oud. I'm hoping someone sells their big bottle one day, I can wait.

    Agreed that I'm not a vetiver person. I like Fat Electrician a lot, but I think it's more for the...
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