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0 - 1950 Campion Replica Silk Scarf
After 64 years the 1950 Brown University Campion Scarf is back!

The James Campion Co. from Hanover, NH originally manufactured this Ivy League scarf in 1950--before there was an official Ivy League.

The graphic artist and the silk screen printer have been lost to history, but Legacy Scarves, LLC and the Bookstore have put "Big Jim" Campion's marvelous 90cm x 90cm Brown scarf back into print on 14mm silk.

Wording on center graphic:
We are ever true to Brown
For we Love our college dear
And wherever we may go
We are ready with a cheer
and the People always say
that you can't outshine Brown Men
With their Rah! Rah! Rah!
And their Ki! Yi! Yi!
And their B-R-O-double-U-N

This is a 'small batch' item--we are only printing 100 scarves at the outset.

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Price: $99.00

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0 - Academic Regalia Sash
Please Note: Academic Regalia Sash cannot be worn with a Hood.
Brown sash with red, white, and black stitched Seal patch embroidered on the lower-right side and 'BROWN' embroidered in red down the lower-left side.
--Wear your Brown sash to complement your Brown University academic regalia.

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Price: $24.99

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0 - Brown Reader: 50 Writers Remember College Hill
Author: 50 Brown University Alumni
Editor: Judy Sternlight '82
Publisher: Simon & Schuster; Pub. Date: May 2014; Subject: Anthology;

In celebration of Brown University’s 250th anniversary, fifty remarkable, prizewinning writers and artists who went to Brown provide unique stories--many published for the first time--about their adventures on College Hill. Funny, poignant, subversive, and nostalgic, the essays, comics, and poems in this collection paint a vivid picture of college life, from the 1950s to the present, at one of America's most interesting universities.

Contributors include: Donald Antrim, Robert Arellano, M. Charles Bakst, Amy DuBois Barnett, Lisa Birnbach, Kate Bornstein, Sarah Shun-lien Bynum, Mary Caponegro, Susan Cheever, Brian Christian, Pamela Constable, Nicole Cooley, Dana Cowin, Spencer Crew, Edwidge Danticat, Dilip D’Souza, David Ebershoff, Jeffrey Eugenides, Richard Foreman, Amity Gaige, Robin Green, Andrew Sean Greer, Christina Haag, Joan Hilty, A.J. Jacobs, Sean Kelly, David Klinghoffer, Jincy Willett Kornhauser, Marie Myung-Ok Lee, David Levithan, Mara Liasson, Lois Lowry, Ira C. Magaziner, Madeline Miller, Christine Montross, Rick Moody, Jonathan Mooney, Rowan Ricardo Phillips, Dawn Raffel, Bill Reynolds, Marilynne Robinson, Sarah Ruhl, Ariel Sabar, Joanna Scott, Jeff Shesol, David Shields, Krista Tippett, Alfred Uhry, Afaa Michael Weaver, and Meg Wolitzer.

Book Shipping & Handling, during checkout choose:
--Book-Standard $4.00 - Takes up to 5-7 days for delivery, or
--Book-Priority $5.95 - Takes 2-3 days for delivery.
--$1 additional for each book to same address for either method of delivery.
--If also ordering Campus Shop merchandise, order total will determine shipping and handling fee.

--Local customers, choose ‘Pick up at Store’ during checkout and your book will be held at Trade Customer Service for you.
--And, if you live in Providence, choose ‘Local Delivery-Prov.’ at checkout to have your book delivered to your door for free if your order is $25.00 or more ($3.00 otherwise).

ISBN-13: 978-147676519-8

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Price: $16.00

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0 - Brown University: The Campus Guide
Exclusive publisher pricing for Brown University - $24.99

An Architectural Tour by Raymond P. Rhinehart '62
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press; Pub. Date: October 2013; Subject: Brown University Architecture

"Founded in 1764 as the College of Rhode Island in the town of Warren, Brown University was the seventh in a series of Colonial higher learning institutions that now comprise the Ivy League. The university moved to its current spot overlooking Providence on College Hill in 1770 and was renamed in 1804 in recognition of a $5,000 gift from prominent businessman and alum Nicholas Brown. Today the Brown campus, consisting of 235 buildings on 143 acres is a tapestry of American architectural styles from pre-Colonial to modern. In Brown University, the newest volume in our acclaimed Campus Guide series, Class of '62 alumnus Raymond P. Rhinehart takes readers on nine architectural walks to more than one hundred campus landmarks—from the red-bricked University Hall (1770) to the new state-of-the-art Warren Alpert Medical School (2001). With students, alumni, and visitors in mind, the guide showcases the role that Brown has played in the history of campus architecture and the developing urban fabric of Providence."

--The only detailed architectural history of the campus
--Includes the work of esteemed modern architects such as Philip Johnson alongside Colonial Revival and Beaux-Arts legends Stone, Carpenter and Willson; Perry, Shaw and Hepburn; and McKim, Mead and White
--Beautifully photographed with archival material and an illustrated three-dimensional watercolor map

Publisher Retail Price: $34.95; Brown Price: $24.99
ISBN: 978-161689073-5

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Price: $24.99

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0 - Brown: The History of an Idea **Exclusive**
**Exclusive** - Available May 7th at the Bookstore
--Official publication date: September 8, 2015

Author: Ted Widmer
Publisher: Thames & Hudson; Pub. Date: Sept. 2015; Subject: Brown University;

Founded in 1636, essentially as a refuge for outcasts from Massachusetts, Rhode Island emerged as perhaps the most open-minded of the colonies, emphasizing freedom of conscience and religious tolerance. Only such a place could produce a university as unorthodox as Brown and, in 1764, it did. The seventh-oldest college in the United States, Brown has followed its own course ever since it was founded as Rhode Island College. Building on its forward-thinking legacy, in 1969 the university adopted the student-proposed “New Curriculum,” which allowed students to structure their education with remarkable freedom, and continues as the Open Curriculum to this day. Over the last two and a half centuries, the university and its graduates have played a notable role in numerous defining moments in the American story, including the legacy of slavery (one of the Brown brothers was a leading abolitionist, the other an “ardent defender and slave trader”), the Industrial Revolution, and education reform. Although there are plenty of prominent alumni mentioned—among them Horace Mann, John D. Rockefeller Jr., Richard Holbrooke, Janet Yellen, and Edwidge Danticat—Widmer’s is a more ambitious account that weaves its threads into a variegated history of how a university can both mirror and spur the wider culture around it.

Ted Widmer served as the Assistant to the President for Special Projects at Brown University and the Beatrice and Julio Mario Santo Domingo Director and Librarian of the John Carter Brown Library. From 2012 to 2013, he also served as a senior adviser to Secretary of State Clinton. He has written or edited many works of history, including Ark of the Liberties and American Speeches (Library of America).

You may pick up a copy at the bookstore starting in May. Any pre-orders will be shipped as soon as the book is available in May.

ISBN-13: 978-050025216-1



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Price: $29.95

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0 - Drake's of London 100% Boiled Lambswool Scarf
Through the generosity of Mark Cho '05, the proceeds from the sale of these scarves will support Financial Aid at Brown.

Drake's of London 100% boiled lambswool color-blocked scarf comes in two choices: Brown, red, and grey with white stripes or Navy, red, and grey with white stripes.
Size: 68"L, tapers 9-9 1/2"W

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Price: $120.00

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0 - Drake's of London Silk Ties & Bowtie - $125/$145
Through the generosity of Mark Cho '05, the proceeds from the sale of these ties will support Financial Aid at Brown.

Drake's of London English Handmade 100% silk ties created exclusively for Brown.
--Drawing on their rich heritage and carefully adhering to the traditions of craftmanship built up over thirty years of striving for excellence, their mericulous attention to detail is never compromised and they are proud to create the totally authentic, ultimate English handmade tie.

Choose between three styles of ties or the bowtie:
Drake's of London Tie is $145.00
Drake's of London Bowtie is $125.00

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0 - Tink Knit Cardinal Cup Cozy **NEW**
Introducing the tink | knit cup cozy!

Hand-knit cardinal cup cozy has two poms and an embroidered brown 'B' with white embroidered outline on the front.

tink l knit handmade hats and cozys - Help support a social cause!

tink | knit is a student-run social venture dedicated to helping low-income single moms through teaching them knitting hats and cozys and selling them in the Brown Bookstore. All profits will go to the single mom and provide them with the extra income to sustain their families. Your contribution allows them to work from home and care for their children, while you enjoy a cozy, beautiful product!

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Price: $9.99

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0 - Tink Knit Handmade Hat - The Five Essentials
tink l knit handmade hats - Help support a social cause!

tink | knit is a student-run social venture dedicated to helping low-income single moms through teaching them knitting hats and selling the hats in the Brown Bookstore. All profits will go to the single mom and provide them with the extra income to sustain their families. Your contribution allows them to work from home and care for their children, while you enjoy a cozy, beautiful product!

Choose from the five essentials for $29.99, or add a Brown B for $3 more.
--Each hat will have an inner label hand signed by the moms and with your name on it.
--If you are ordering this hat as a gift, please put the name of the recipient in the 'Order Comments.'
--As tink knit hats are handmade, delivery will be within 1-2 weeks.



Questions? Contact: julia_xu(at)brown.edu or 401-952-8466
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The handmade knit hats have an optional brown 'B' patch with a white and brown outline on the front. One size fits most for adults.
--For Shipping Method, choose Local Delivery (Prov. only), Pick up at Store, or $7.95 shipping fee.

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01 - Brown University Book Award - Alumni Sponsored
The Brown University Book Award is awarded to an outstanding high school or preparatory school junior who best combines academic excellence with clarity in written and spoken expression.

This year (2014-2015), the Brown University Book Award is The Promise of a Pencil: How an Ordinary Person Can Create Extraordinary Change by Adam Braun '06. Braun is the CEO and Founder of Pencils of Promise. With just an initial $25 deposit, he has transformed Pencils of Promise into an award-winning nonprofit organization that has contributed to the construction of over 200 schools worldwide.

The Brown University Book Award is one price, $35.00, which includes shipping and handling.

--Please put the name of the school(s) you are renewing in the pop-up form.
--If more than 3 schools, please note in ORDER COMMENTS at checkout.

Renewing Sponsors, when Registering & Checking Out:
--Put your contact information in Billing Address section
--Click use billing address as shipping address (Award will be sent to sponsored school(s))
--If more than 3 school(s), please note in ORDER COMMENTS at checkout.
--Choose "Brown Book Award" as Shipping Method

Thank you for sponsoring a Brown University Book Award.

For more information, please go to our Brown University Book Award page.
--Contact information: (401)863-1811 or e-mail general_books(at)brown.edu

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Price: $35.00

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01 - Commemorative Faunce House Mailbox Bank
--Do you remember your Faunce House Mailbox number?
Extraordinary, limited-edition Commemorative Faunce House Mailbox Bank incorporating an authentic brass mailroom door salvaged during the Faunce House renovation. Each bank includes an antique brass plate with color Brown Seal and 'BROWN' in black. Combination to lock provided.
--Size: 4 7/8"W x 7"H x 4 1/8"D; Made in Canada

Check Mailbox inventory here
--Please Note: Mailbox Numbers ordered from inventory will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.
--If you receive a 'Processing Confirmation' email followed by a 'Shipping with Tracking Number' email, your requested mailbox number is confirmed.

Order a Mailbox Bank from inventory:
--Add to cart.
--Enter your requested mailbox number in pop-up form; mailbox number entered in pop-up form will be checked for availability before processing order.
--Choose 'Shipping - $17.95' or 'Pick up at Store.'

Order a random Mailbox Number:
--Go straight to ordering below.
--When pop-up form asks for reserved mailbox number, enter ANY.
--Choose 'Shipping - $17.95' or 'Pick up at Store.'
--Random Mailbox Numbers will be shipped directly from the bookstore.

Commemorative Faunce House Mailbox Bank is $99.00.
--Manufacturer's S&H is $17.95; $5.00 each additional S&H to same address.
--Requested Mailbox Numbers are shipped directly from the manufacturer.
--Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.

--Please Note: Manufacturer cannot include gift messages.
--RI residents required to pay RI Sales Tax.
--Shipping within the United States and Canada only.
--Shipping UPS - Need Street Address, no PO Boxes.

--During Checkout choose 'Campus Shop' as shipping option. If ordering more than 1 Mailbox Bank, $5 additional shipping fee to same address. No additional shipping will be charged unless you are ordering other merchandise.



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Price: $99.00

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1 - Gear Public Health Grey Crest Tee - $29.99
Gear 50% polyester, 37% cotton, 13% rayon grey tee with dark brown and white crest and 'BROWN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH' imprinted in dark brown with white outline.
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1 - Ouray Engineering Charcoal Zip Mesh Jacket - $49.99
Ouray 100% polyester full-zippered charcoal mesh, fleece-lined jacket with side pockets and zippered pocket on upper-right chest. red, white, and black embroidered Seal above 'BROWN SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING' embroidered in white on upper-left chest.
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1 - Ouray Public Health Charcoal Zip Mesh Jacket - $49.99
Ouray 100% polyester full-zippered charcoal mesh, fleece-lined jacket with side pockets and zippered pocket on upper-right chest. red, white, and black embroidered Seal above 'BROWN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH' embroidered in white on upper-left chest.
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1 - The Carberry Cookbook: from soup to nuts
Author: Leslie T. Wendel '55, ed.; Brian K. Floca '91 & Andrew S. Wendel '85, ill.;
Publisher: The Friends of the Library, Brown University; Pub. Date: 1992; Spiral-bound Paperback
Subject: Cookbook

"Inspired by Brown's legendary Professor Josiah S. Carberry, Professor of Psychoceramics (cracked pots), The Carberry Cookbook contains 262 recipes (plus Carberry anecdotes) from 131 contributors. Make Clare Gregorian's Yoghurt Mint Soup. If you can't cook, Carter Brown's Boiled Water recipe can help you get started. Laminated cover, spiral-bound to lie flat for easy reference, 6 x 9, 226 pages.”—publisher description


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Price: $14.95

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2 - The Magaziner-Maxwell Report:
the seed of a curricular revolution at Brown
Author: Ira Magaziner & Elliot Maxwell
Publisher: Open Jar Foundation; Pub. Date: October 2011 (Reprint); Paperback
Subject: Education; Brown University

"During the '66–'67 school year, a group of students and faculty members at Brown University came together in hopes of improving education at Brown. The group — which came to be known as GISP (Group Independent Studies Project) — undertook an extensive study of undergraduate education, its history, and the latest ideas for making it better. The end result was a 400-page tome authored primarily by students Ira Magaziner and Elliot Maxwell, originally called Draft of a Working Paper for Education at Brown. In addition to an impressively thorough summary of the GISP's research, the report proposes a philosophy of education for Brown and a new curriculum to implement that philosophy. In 1969, following student demonstrations and intensive self-study, the faculty at Brown adopted the New Curriculum, implementing the philosophy and many of the specific recommendations made in the report. With some tweaks, the New Curriculum remains in force at Brown to this day.

The Magaziner-Maxwell Report stands as an example of student-driven curricular reform done right. Unfortunately, it has never seen the wide dissemination it deserves. We hope to breathe new life into the report by publishing a new edition, in print and online. This new edition will serve as a resource for students at Brown (and other institutions with open curricula) interested in putting their educational experience into context; for students and administrators considering curricular reform at other institutions; and for curricular freedom skeptics who would like better understand the arguments for curricular reform.”—Open Jar Foundation

ISBN-13: 978-061552953-0



061552953
Price: $7.75

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2015 Ceramic Stein
Creamy off-white creamic stein has 'Brown University' imprinted in gold on top. '1764' and 'BROWN' on a gold banner above the Gold, red, and black Seal and 'IN DEO SPERAMUS' on gold banner beneath the Seal with '2015' imprinted in black on both sides of the Seal.
--Design on one side only.

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Price: $27.99

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Alpert Medical School Gear Grey Tee - $29.99
Gear tri-blend 50% polyester, 37% cotton, 13% rayon grey tee with Seal, 'BROWN,' and 'Alpert Medical School' in distressed brown imprinting.
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Alumni Mom Champion Brown Cap
Champion adjustable brown cap with 'BROWN' in raised red embroidered lettering with white outline and 'ALUMNI MOM' embroidered in white.
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Price: $19.99

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Anulas Personalized Bracelet, Keychain, Pendant, or Ring
Design a personalized bracelet, keychain, pendant, or class ring from Anulas with the Brown Crest, Logo (B), or Bear mascot. Just click on the link below to get started:

Order Personalized Anulas Products
--All personalized products are ordered directly from Anulas. Please contact them at 978-261-5105 if you have any questions/concerns.

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Banner - 2015 Brown Banner
Brown felt banner with white felt trim and two grommets at top for hanging. Red and white seal with black outline and 'BROWN 2015' in white felt lettering.
Size: 18"Wx36"H

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Price: $29.99

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Brown: Images of the University
Photographer: William Mercer
Editor: Anne Hinman Diffily '73
Publisher: Brown University, 2002
Subject: Photography, Brown Campus

"Brown: Images of the University is the first pictorial album of campus in more than two decades. With 130 new color photographs by William Mercer, Images celebrates the soul of a place that is loved by thousands of hearts and treasured in memory."--book jacket



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Price: $20.00

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Brownopoly - Created by Brown Students!
Brownopoly was created by Brown students to give Brown students, Alumni, Faculty, and friends of the institution a game that can be enjoyed by all. It gives you the opportunity to take home a game that encompasses many familiar places on campus and is sure to trigger memories associated with their time at Brown University.
Pewter game pieces including the bear mascot.

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Price: $35.00

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Ceramic Mug - Alumni White Ceramic Mug
White ceramic mug with Seal and 'BROWN Alumni' imprinted on mug.
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Price: $7.99

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Champion Navy Zippered Pembroke Women's Jacket - $39.99
Champion 80% cotton, 20% polyester navy full-zippered women's fitted jacket with blue and white striped collar and side pockets. Red and white Seal imprinted above 'PEMBROKE' in white down upper right side.
Please Note: Jacket is fitted and runs small; may need to go up 1-2 sizes.

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Champion White Pembroke Tee - $29.99
Champion 100% cotton white tee with 'PEMBROKE' imprinted in gold above Pembroke Seal in gold, brown, red, white, and black. Pembroke Seal: Seal in maroon, white, and black with '1764' and 'BROWN' above it and 'IN DEO SPERAMUS' below it surrounded by 'PEMBROKE COLLEGE IN BROWN UNIVERSITY' in brown on gold.
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Decal - Alumni Brown Seal - OUTSIDE
6.5" x 2.25"outside mount for tinted windows w/peel-off application sheet.
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Price: $4.49

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Decal - Graduate School Brown Seal
4.25" x 3.5", clear, for inside application.
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Price: $2.29

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Ever True: The History of Brown Crew
Written by Artemis Joukowsky, Harold Ambler, David Philips, Christian Albert, and Marcia Hooper

The new edition, available now, includes indispensable corrections, exciting new additions, and the 2009 season of the men's and women's programs. The first edition is out of print.

For those who purchased the first edition, the Sports Foundation will be pleased to exchange it for the new edition. Please return the first edition and the new, revised edition will be shipped at no additional cost. Returns may be done in person or by mail to the address listed below:

Brown University Sports Foundation
110 Elm Street
Providence, RI 02903


Please contact the Sports Foundation at (401)863-1900 or Sports_Foundation@Brown.edu if you have any questions.

ISBN-13: 978-098451460-1

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Price: $69.95

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Ever True: The History of Brown Football
Authors: John Hanlon & David Philips, Artemis Joukowsky & Jon Land, Ed.
Publisher: Brown Sports Foundation, 2003
Subject: Sports, History of Brown

"The game of football as we know it today would barely be recognized by those who introduced the sport to Brown during the nineteenth century..."What does it all amount to?...Why should our managers labor, our captains worry, our players struggle, our students cheer?"...The answer then, as now, a century later, is universal and timeless: ultimate victory lies in the quest."--book jacket

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