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Australia at the 2010 Winter Olympics

Australia participated in the winter Olympics 2010 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. A team of forty athletes was selected to compete in eleven sports. The mission of the chef was Ian Chesterman, who held the position with the Olympic winte ...

                                               

Australia at the 2014 Winter Olympics

Australia participated in the winter Olympic games 2014 in Sochi, Russia from 7 to 23 February 2014. The Australia team consisted of 60 athletes will compete in 11 sports, which represented the largest team of the winter Olympic games the country ...

                                               

Australia at the 2018 Winter Olympics

Australia participated in the winter Olympic games 2018 in Pyeongchang, South Korea, from 9 to 25 February 2018, with 50 athletes in 10 sports. They won three medals, two silver and one bronze, finishing in 23rd place in the medal standings.

                                               

Australia at the 1896 Summer Olympics

One athlete from Victoria, a British colony which later formed part of Australia, competed at the summer Olympic games of 1896 in Athens, Greece. Edwin Flack was born in England and was resident in London in 1896, but spent most of his life in Au ...

                                               

Australia at the 1900 Summer Olympics

Australia competed at the summer Olympic games of 1900 in Paris, France. Most Olympic historians keep Australian records at early Olympics separate from the United Kingdom, Australia, despite the lack of independence at that time. Australia was r ...

                                               

Australia at the 1904 Summer Olympics

Two athletes from Australia competed at the summer Olympics 1904 in St. Louis, USA. Although this was the third games at which athletes from Australia participated, it was the first time those athletes representing the Commonwealth of Australia, ...

                                               

Australia at the 1920 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympics of 1920 in Antwerp, Belgium. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games. Brother and sister combination sailed to Australia, Frank and Lily BEAUREPAIRE.

                                               

Australia at the 1924 Summer Olympics

Title in the heat. * – Means that the athlete swam in the preliminaries but not the final race.

                                               

Australia at the 1928 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympics of 1928 in Amsterdam, Netherlands. 18 athletes, 14 men and 4 women, took part in 26 competitions in 6 sports. Due to economic difficulties, Australia could only afford to send ten athletes to the Game ...

                                               

Australia at the 1932 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games 1932 in Los Angeles, USA. Due to the great Depression, Australia can only afford to send 13 athletes to the Games. Innovative, daily one-hour radio report on the Olympics in New Zealand and Austr ...

                                               

Australia at the 1936 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games of 1936 in Berlin, Germany. 32 competitors, 28 men and 4 women, took part in 26 competitions in 7 sports. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games.

                                               

Australia at the 1948 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympics of 1948 in London, England. 75 competitors, 66 men and 9 women, took part in 52 competitions in 11 sports. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games.

                                               

Australia at the 1952 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games in 1952 in Helsinki, Finland. 81 competitors, 71 men and 10 women participated in 67 competitions in 12 sports. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games.

                                               

Australia at the 1956 Summer Olympics

Australia country at the summer Olympics 1956 in Melbourne, Australia. However, due to Australian quarantine restrictions the equestrian events were held in Stockholm, Sweden. 294 competitors, 250 men and 44 women, participated in 140 events in 1 ...

                                               

Australia at the 1960 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympics of 1960 in Rome, Italy. 189 competitors, 160 men and 29 women who participated in 122 competitions in 17 sports. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games.

                                               

Australia at the 1964 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games in 1964 in Tokyo, Japan. 243 competitors, 203 men and 40 women took part in 133 events in 19 sports. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games.

                                               

Australia at the 1968 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympics 1968 in Mexico city, Mexico. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games. 128 competitors, 104 men and 24 women, took part in 105 events in 16 sports.

                                               

Australia at the 1972 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games of 1972 in Munich, West Germany. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games. 168 competitors, 139 men and 29 women, participated in 110 competitions in 20 sports.

                                               

Australia at the 1976 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympics 1976 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 180 competitors, 146 men and 34 women participated in 115 competitions in 20 sports. Australia performed poorly, winning one silver and four bronze medals. This resul ...

                                               

Australia at the 1980 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games of 1980 in Moscow, USSR. In partial support of the us-led boycott of the summer 1980 Olympics, the athletes urged to boycott the government and Australia competed under the Olympic flag. 120 comp ...

                                               

Australia at the 1984 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympics 1984 in Los Angeles, USA. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games. 242 competitors, 169 men and 73 women who participated in the events, 137 in 22 sports.

                                               

Australia at the 1988 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games in 1988 in Seoul, South Korea. 252 competitors, 180 males and 72 women took part in 145 events in 24 sports. Australian athletes have participated in every summer Olympic games of the modern era.

                                               

Australia at the 1992 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games of 1992 in Barcelona, Spain. Australian athletes have participated in every summer Olympic games of the modern era. 279 competitors, 187 men and 92 women participated in 153 events in 25 sports.

                                               

Australia at the 1996 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games of 1996 in Atlanta, USA. Australia sent 417 athletes, 250 men and 167 women, to the Games in Atlanta. The Australian segment was shown at the closing ceremony, as in Australia, was to hold the ne ...

                                               

Australia at the 2000 Summer Olympics

Australia country at the summer Olympics 2000 in Sydney. Australian athletes have participated in all summer Olympic games. 628 competitors, 341 men and 276 women participated in 270 events in 34 sports.

                                               

Australia at the 2004 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games 2004 in Athens, Greece from 13 to 29 August 2004. Australian athletes have participated in every summer Olympic games of the modern era. The Australian Olympic Committee sent a total of 470 athle ...

                                               

Australia at the 2008 Summer Olympics

A total of 433 competitors competed for Australia at the summer Olympic games 2008 in Beijing. The team was the Aussies second largest team after the summer Olympic games 2004 in Athens, which are included in a group of 482 competitors. Australia ...

                                               

Australia at the 2012 Summer Olympics

Australia competed at the summer Olympic games 2012 in London from 27 July to 12 August 2012. Australian athletes have participated in every summer Olympic games of the modern era. The Australian Olympic Committee sent a total of 410 athletes to ...

                                               

Australia at the 2016 Summer Olympics

Australia participated in the summer Olympic games 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from 5 to 21 August 2016. Australia is one of only five countries have sent athletes to all summer Olympic games in the modern era, along with Britain, France, Gre ...

                                               

Structural basin

Structural basin-scale structural formation of rock strata formed by tectonic deformation of the previously flat layers. Geological structural basins of the basin and back domes. Some elongated structural basins are also known as sinklinali. Stru ...

                                               

Hollow

Hollow, low, wooded area, such as coppice. The tree is hollow, the void in a branch or trunk, which may provide habitat for animals. Hollow, a term meaning small-V-shaped, type river valley.

                                               

Kotlovyna

Hollow is a village in Reniyskyi area of southern Ukraine from Odessa. It is located on the Western shore of lake Ialpug 45°30 North latitude. 28°34E. In 2001 its population was recorded as 2.643.

                                               

Amundsen Basin

The Amundsen basin, a depth of 4.4 km, is the deepest abyssal plains in the Arctic ocean. The basin of the Amundsen supports the Lomonosov ridge and the Gakkel ridge. It is named after the polar Explorer Roald Amundsen. Together with the Nansen b ...

                                               

Bellingshausen Plain

Bellingshausen plain, also known as Bellinghausen abyssal plain is an underwater plain parallel to the continental slope in the Bellingshausen sea, named after Admiral Fabian Gottlieb von Bellingshausen, the commander of the Russian Antarctic exp ...

                                               

Great Lakes Depression

The great lakes depression, also called the Great lakes basin large semi-arid depression in Mongolia that covers parts of the UVS, Khovd, Bayan-Olgii, Zavkhan and Govi-Altai aimag. Bordered by the Altai to the West, Khangai in the East and Tannu- ...

                                               

Makarov Basin

                                               

Nansen Basin

The Nansen basin is an abyssal plain with water depths of around 3 km in the Arctic ocean and parts of the Eurasian basin. It is named after Fridtjof Nansen. The Nansen basin is bordered by the Gakkel ridge, on the one hand, and on the continenta ...

                                               

Agulhas Basin

Basin Agulhas is an oceanic basin located to the South of South Africa where the South Atlantic ocean and southwest Indian ocean. Part of the African plate, it is bordered by the Needle mountains to the North and South-West Indian ridge to the So ...

                                               

Angola Basin

Basin Angola is located along the West African South Atlantic margin, which goes from Cameroon to Angola. He is characterized as a passive margin, which began to spread to the South, and then continues to move up around the pool. This basin forme ...

                                               

Arabian Basin

The Arabian basin oceanic basin located in the southern part of the Arabian sea between the Arabian Peninsula and India. It is centered on 10° N. lat., 65° E. the depth of the pool ranges from 3.400 m in the North to 4.400 m in the South, with a ...

                                               

Argentine Basin

The Argentine basin is a region of the Atlantic ocean off the East coast of Argentina, between the Mid-Atlantic ridge in the East and the Scotia basin to the West. To the North is the Brazilian basin, with two pools that are separated on the hill ...

                                               

Afar Triangle

The afar triangle is a geological depression caused by the afar triple junction which is part of the great Rift valley in East Africa. In the region uncovered fossil specimens of the earliest prehistoric people, that is, the earliest mans treasur ...

                                               

Darkhad Valley

Darkhad valley is a large valley in the North-Western aimag, Hovsgol, Mongolia. It is situated between the Ulaan taiga and Khoridol Saridag ranges at an altitude of about 1600 m, about 160 km long and 40 km wide. The area is 4270 km2. He was tran ...

                                               

Wharton Basin

The Wharton basin in the waters North-East of the Indian ocean. It is named after William Wharton, hydrographer of the Navy. Alternate names of Cocos basin and West Australian basin. It lies in the East of the Eastern range and Western parts of W ...

                                               

Uvala (landform)

Uvala originally a local name used by people in some regions of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia. In Geology it means the closed karst depression, location and shape, usually oblong or composite structures, and lar ...

                                               

Columbia Basin

Columbia basin may refer to: Columbia plateau, a geographic area in the Pacific Northwest is commonly called the Columbia basin. The Columbia plateau Ecoregion, the Ecoregion in the United States in the States of Oregon and Washington. Columbia r ...

                                               

Kuznetsk Depression

The Kuznetsk basin is located in the mountains of South-Central Siberia, including: Kuznetsk Alatau to the northeast, Salair ridge to the southwest, and Mountainous Shoria to the South. It is situated in Kemerovo oblast.

                                               

Ljubljana Basin

Ljubljana basin in the upper part of the Sava river basin. This is the most densely populated place in Slovenia and the district of Ljubljana. Its main rivers are the Sava, and the Kamnik Bistrica and the Ljubljanica.

                                               

Mascarene Plateau

The Mascarene plateau is a plateau, a submarine in the Indian ocean, to the North and East of Madagascar. The plateau stretches approximately 2.000 km, from the Seychelles in the North to reunion in the South. The plateau covers an area of more t ...

                                               

Minusinsk Hollow

Minusinsk hollow or Khakass-Minusinsk hollow basin, the Minusinsk basin) in the Republic of Khakassia and Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia located among mountains of southern Siberia. It is bordered on the West by the Kuznetsk Alatau and East Sayan mount ...

                                               

Oceanic basin

In hydrology, an oceanic basin may be anywhere on the Earth, that is seawater, but geologically ocean basins are large geologic basins that are below sea level. From a geological point of view, there are other undersea geomorphological features s ...

                                               

Sofia Valley

Sofia valley is a valley in Central Western Bulgaria, at the border of the Stara Planina mountain to the North-East, Viskyar, Lyulin, Vitosha and Lozen mountains to the southwest, the Vakarel mountain to the Southeast and the low Slivnitsa height ...

                                               

Tuva Depression

Tuva depression is located among mountains of South Siberia - in the Tannu-Ola mountains of Eastern Sayan and Western Sayan and Altai region. It is part of the region with a combination of raised lands and depressions. This is the Tuva basin in t ...

                                               

Tunkin Depression

Tunkin depression is a volcanic field in Russia. He Tunkin depression is 200 km 120 mi tectonic depression, part of the Baikal rift zone, between lakes Baikal and Hovsgol Nuur. Depression consists of a series of basins and covered by alluvial dep ...

                                               

Uvs Lake Basin

Basin of the lake UVS is the endorheic basin located on the territorial border of Mongolia and of the Tyva Republic within the Russian Federation. The pool is part of the Central Asian internal basin and named after lake UVS, a large saltwater la ...

                                               

Complex crater

Complex craters are a type of large impact crater morphology. Above a certain threshold size, which varies with planetary gravity, the collapse and modification of the transient cavity is much more extensive, and the resulting structure is called ...

                                               

Shirak Plain

Shirak plain, the plain is located in the Armenian highlands, in the North-West of Armenia. This is roughly occupies almost the entire area of Shirak region, in the South-Western part of the Lori region and in the Northern part of the province of ...

                                               

Mountain range

Mountain range or Hill range is a series of mountains or hills ranged in a line and connected by height. A mountain system or mountain belt is a group of mountain ranges with similarity in form, structure, and alignment, which arose from the same ...

                                               

Amour Range

The range of the Amur is a mountain range in Algeria which includes part of the Atlas mountain system Atlas of the Sahara.

                                               

Koh-i-Baba

The mountain range of Baba, the Western extension of the Hindu Kush, and the origin of Afghanistans Kabul, arghandab, Helmand, Farah, Hari, Murgab, Balkh, and Kunduz rivers. The mountain range is crowned by Foladi peak growth 4951 m, 16.244 feet. ...

                                               

Darling Scarp

The darling scarp, also referred to as the Darling range or darling ranges, is a low escarpment extending from the North to the South East of the Swan coastal plain and Perth, Western Australia. Coolness spread mostly to the North of Bindoon, to ...

                                               

Kuskokwim Mountains

The Kuskokwim mountains is a mountain range in Yukon-Koyukuk census area, Alaska, United States of America, Western Alaska and South-East of the Yukon river. The Kuskokwim mountains begin in the interior West of Fairbanks. The mountain range stre ...

                                               

Oquirrh Mountains

Okvir mountains is a mountain range that runs North to South approximately 30 miles to form the West side of the hotel salt lake valley, separating it from Tooele Valley. The range runs from the North-West district–Central part of Utah & Eastern ...

                                               

Serra da Estrela

Serra da Estrela ʃˈtɾelɐ", "Star mountain range") - the highest mountain range in continental Portugal. Together with the Serra da lousã it is the component series of the Western Central Sistema and one of the highest in the system. It includes m ...

                                               

Teton Range

The Teton range is a mountain range in the Rocky mountains in North America. It extends about 40 miles in a North–South direction through the U.S. state of Wyoming, in the Eastern part of Idaho. It is South of Yellowstone National Park and most o ...

                                               

Chola Mountains

The Chola mountains, is also luteinizirutee as the Trola mountains, a subrange of the Northern Shaluli mountains in Western Sichuan province, China. The mountains were once at the center of the Kingdom of Derge and the remains of many Tibetan Bud ...

                                               

Abakan Range

Abakan range is a metamorphic rock mountain range in the southwestern Siberia, Russia: length: 300 m, vertical drop: up to 1.984 m. It is mainly covered by taiga, up to 1.500 m, and then in mountain tundra. The range also consists sparse areas of ...

                                               

Aberdare Range

The Aberdare range is a 160 km long mountain range of upland, North of Kenyas capital Nairobi with an average altitude of 3.500 meters. It is located in the County of Nyandarua, West of the Central part of Kenya, northeast of Naivasha and gilgil ...

                                               

Aibga Ridge

Aibga ridge is a mountain range on a plateau "Rosa Khutor" the Western Caucasus, near Krasnaya Polyana, Sochi, Krasnodar Krai, Russia. It contains a complex of "Rosa Khutor", which stands on the ridge, built in 2011 to host the winter Olympic gam ...

                                               

Academician Ridge

The underwater academician ridge, a structural high separating two of lake Baikals three basins, Central and Northern basins. Located in the Central part of the Baikal rift, it serves as a "zone of residence", transferring "motion between faults ...

                                               

Alay Mountains

The Alay or Alai mountains is a mountain range that stretches from the mountain range of Tien Shan in Kyrgyzstan, in Tajikistan. This part of the Pamir-Alai mountain system. The range runs approximately East to West. Its highest peak-PIK Tandykul ...

                                               

Aleutian Range

In the Aleutian range is a mountain range located in southwest Alaska. It extends from Chakachamna lake to Unimak island, which is located at the tip of the Alaskan Peninsula. It includes all the mountains on the Peninsula. In the Aleutian ridge ...

                                               

Alaska Range

The Alaska range is a relatively narrow, 400-km-long mountain range in the southcentral region of the U.S. state of Alaska, lake Clark at its southwest end to White river, in the territory of Canadas Yukon in the Southeast. The highest mountain i ...

                                               

Anaimalai Hills

In the Anaimalai hills or Anamala, also known as elephant mountain, this mountain, which form the southern part of the Western Ghats and cover the border of Tamil Nadu and Kerala in southern India. On animal the name comes from the Tamil words an ...

                                               

Kisten Ridge

Bludgeon range - one of the ranges of the greater Caucasus, located in the North-Eastern part, along the left Bank with Andy the river Koisu. It forms the watershed of the basin of this river with the rivers of the basin of the river Sunzha. From ...

                                               

Anyuy Mountains

The mountains in the Anyuy, also known as the South Anyui range is a mountain range in North-Eastern Russia. Administratively the range is part of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, Russia. The area of the circle is largely uninhabited.

                                               

Yalnızçam Mountains

Yalnızçam mountains Armianskogo or range-a mountain range in Eastern Anatolia, in North-Eastern Turkey and the Autonomous Republic of Adjara, in South-West Georgia. The range, continuing the lesser Caucasus to the Armenian highlands, forms the wa ...

                                               

Baikal Mountains

The Baikal mountains or Baikal rise steeply on the North-Western shore of lake Baikal in southern Siberia, Russia. The Central plateau is bordered on the South by the mountains of the Eastern Sayan and the Baikal mountains. The Baikal mountains t ...

                                               

Barguzin Range

Barguzin range is a range in Buryatia, Russia along the North-Eastern shore of lake Baikal. Its length is 280 km, height 2.840 m. It is mainly covered with larch taiga. The range borders the Barguzin valley in the North-West. Part of the nature r ...

                                               

Basegi (Range)

Basegi is a mountain range in the middle Urals. Located in the Eastern part of the Perm region, on the border of the gremyachinskoe and Gornozavodsky areas. It extends the meridional. Its length is about 32 km, width 5 km. the Highest point is mo ...

                                               

Coast Mountains

Coast mountains-mountain range in the Pacific coast ranges of Western North America, extending from southwestern Yukon through the Alaska Panhandle and virtually all of the coast of British Columbia South of the Fraser river. Mountain ranges the ...

                                               

Bzyb Range

Bzyb range is a mountain range in Abkhazia on the southern slope of the Western part of the greater Caucasus. The river BZIP ranges length is about 50 km and height up to 3.033 m, it is made mainly of limestone with pronounced karst landscape. It ...

                                               

Battle of Verrieres Ridge

The battle of Verrieres ridge was a number of appointments had fought in Normandy, Calvados, during the Second world war. The main fighters were two canadian infantry divisions - with additional support from the 2nd Canadian armoured brigade - ag ...

                                               

Great Dividing Range

Great Dividing range, or Eastern highlands, Australian is the most significant mountain range and the fifth longest land-based range in the world. It stretches more than 3.500 km from Dauan island in the Torres Strait at the Northern tip of the P ...

                                               

Brooks Range

The Brooks range is a mountain range in far Northern North America stretching some 700 km from West to East across Northern Alaska into the Yukon territory Canadas. Reaching a peak height 8.976 feet on the mountain history of the series is about ...

                                               

Bureinsky Ridge

Bureya massif is a mountain range in Khabarovsk Krai in the southern Russian Far East. The Dusse-Alin tunnel on the Baikal Amur railway crosses the ridge to enter the valley of the Amgun river.

                                               

Vanj Range

Its high peak is covered with glaciers high peak Yazgulem 5.588 m. Other peaks: peak Vanchek 5.428 m peak Hauck 5.092 m, kuh-I Rau 4.964 m, Sokolov peak 4.808 m and q I on 4.664 m.

                                               

Nicholas Range (Pamir Mountains)

Nicholas range, known locally as Selselehi-I Kon-I-Wakhan-a mountain range in Pamir mountains on border of Afghanistan and Tajikistan, which crosses the Wakhan in Afghanistan. The range separates the little and big Pamir in the Wakhan. The area i ...

                                               

Vakhsh Range

Vakhsh range is a mountain range in Tajikistan, forming the North-Western border of Khatlon region regions of Republican subordination. It stretches to a length of about 80 km along the left Bank in the middle course of the Vakhsh river. The maxi ...

                                               

Verkhoyansk Range

The Verkhoyansk range is a mountain range in the Sakha Republic, Russia. This part of the mountains of Eastern Siberia. The range lies West of the boundary of the Eurasian and North American tectonic plates. The mountains were formed by folding a ...

                                               

Vihorlat-Gutin Area

In Vyhorlat-Gutin area is a region of mountain ranges stretching from Eastern Slovakia through Western Ukraine, Northern Romania. Geologically these ranges are considered part of the inner Eastern Carpathians. In Romania, however, this traditiona ...

                                               

Gagra Range

Gagra range is a mountain range of the greater Caucasus in Abkhazia, Georgia.The range between the valleys of the rivers Psou and Bzyb in the South of the Caucasus major, in the General direction North-South. The highest elevation is 3.357 m. Gag ...

                                               

Gegham mountains

Gegam mountains, Armenia: Գեղամա լեռնաշղթա is a mountain range in Armenia. The range of plateau-type basin of Sevan lake from East, inflows of rivers Araks and Razdan from North and West of the Azat and Vedi rivers from South-West and Arpachai ri ...

                                               

Mount Gilboa

Mountains of Gilboa, sometimes called the mountains of Gelboe, in Arabic Jebel Faqqua, is a mountain range overlooking the Jezreel valley in Northern Israel in the North, and part of the tube and the provinces of Jenin to the Palestinian authorit ...

                                               

Gissar Range

Gissar range is a mountain range in Central Asia, in the Western part of the Pamir-Alai system, stretching more than 200 km in the General direction West-East through the territory of Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.

                                               

Blue Ridge Mountains

The blue ridge mountains are a physiographic province of the great Appalachian range. Mountain range located in the Eastern part of the United States, and extends for 550 km to the southwest from southern Pennsylvania through Maryland, West Virgi ...

                                               

Darvoz Range

Range or Darvaz range is a mountain range in the Western Pamirs in the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous region of Tajikistan. Its name comes from the historical region in Darvaz.

                                               

Dezadeash Range

The Dezadeash range is a mountain range in southern Yukon, Canada, located East of Haines junction and South of the Alaska highway. It has an area of 1.005 km 2, and its appearance has a triangular shape. Although we can assume that within the No ...

                                               

Javakheti Range

The range of Javakheti or Javakhk range is a volcanic range in southern Georgia and Northern Armenia. The range is about 50 km in length and runs North to South from Trialeti to the Bazum mountain range. The highest peak Achkasar the altitude of ...

                                               

Jayawijaya Mountains

The Jayawijaya mountains, formerly known as the orange range, the Eastern range mountains of Make in the Central highlands region of the Indonesian part of New Guinea. The range extends for 230 km to the East of the popular tourist attractions, f ...

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