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russian ukr come here
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Switzerland Sureyah 
is your language different just like uk vs usa ?
2019-04-19 16:33
#1
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Switzerland Sureyah 
russia & ukraine *
2019-04-19 16:34
like uk vs usa? no big difference like poland vs russia
2019-04-20 12:08
they're different, i can barely understand people speaking ukrainian, just some words here and there. the same goes for polish, czech etc. These are all slavic languages, but it doesnt mean we can understand each other from the get go
2019-04-20 13:47
#104
klown | 
Oceania 9fiesta 
so how s1mple, zeus communicate with russian teammates
2019-04-20 13:54
he speak muscovite (so called "russian")
2019-04-20 13:56
#106
crAck | 
Russia Sozwe 
they speak russian
2019-04-20 13:56
lots of ukrainians speak russian since the soviet union times
2019-04-20 14:14
I've got 3 russian friends and they can easily understand me if i speak ukrainian, same with me understanding russian. There is definitely smth wrong with you men) p.s also i can understand polish quite good not ever learning it
2019-04-20 14:49
Complete bullshit, only if your friends are not very talented or learned Ukrainian a at least on average level. I don't understand Polish, only some words considering there are 70% of common vocabulary between Polish and Ukrainian. And I like any other average Ukrainain wouldn't understand Russian if not 350 years of occupation and total russification - linguocide.
2019-04-20 15:23
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GuardiaN | 
Slovakia Pepo_ 
ukraine speaks russian language wtf men
2019-04-19 16:34
#6
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Switzerland Sureyah 
yes but is it different ? Uk english and USA english Portuguese portugal and portuguese brazilian Spanish and all the other regions all over the world
2019-04-19 16:35
#11
GuardiaN | 
Slovakia Pepo_ 
dont ask me im not russian or ukrainian
2019-04-19 16:41
so what are you actually doing here? as 90% of hltv users - to come and to say some bullshit, that`s what u doing
2019-04-19 17:18
#24
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Turkey oG_Hostile 
They basically same language, just Ukranians pronounce some words different, but still eastern slavic
2019-04-19 16:47
Are you linguist?
2019-04-19 19:43
#74
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Turkey oG_Hostile 
I might be
2019-04-19 19:57
So yes or not? Or maybe you clown? Whatever. Stop saying lies about Ukraine scoundrel
2019-04-19 20:01
#161
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Turkey oG_Hostile 
what you going to do?
2019-04-22 20:56
i'm a linguist, what's the problem here sir?
2019-04-20 15:28
Was I talking to you?
2019-04-20 15:33
you were asking him if he's a linguist. he's clearly not, but i am, so what do you need?
2019-04-20 15:34
#153
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Russia PUURPLEE 
just a baiter schoolboy, nothing interesting he wants
2019-04-20 19:16
It was him who talked about Ukrainian language, not you.
2019-04-20 20:51
this is an open discussion for anybody
2019-04-20 20:52
Yes, it is different. Russian, who never lived in Ukrainian and didn't grow up here will not understand the Ukrainian language. Meanwhile, there are many Russian-speaking people in Ukrainer, so, every Ukrainian understand the Russian language. Same story for Belarus language. That happened because during USSR existing many Russians were distributed in the whole USSR land, so there are many Russian speaking people in Ukraine and Belarus, but not really many Ukrainians and Belarusians in Russia.
2019-04-19 16:56
+1 good answer
2019-04-19 17:07
ty mr.penis_removal_victim
2019-04-19 17:08
No problem druzhe
2019-04-19 17:11
#61
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Germany dev0rce 
ty
2019-04-19 19:39
did you deliberately or suddenly forget about it? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russification_of_U.. ; en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor
2019-04-19 19:43
(((They))) dont want this to be shared mens))
2019-04-20 07:48
What?
2019-04-20 10:24
(((they))) dont want people to know about holodomor
2019-04-20 11:34
Who they? Moscals? Hah, big news! Who cares about what they want?
2019-04-20 12:03
jews
2019-04-20 17:28
i bet you can survive with ukrainian language if you want to visit russia.
2019-04-20 07:48
^this I can understand like %90 of Ukrainian words. The only word that confuses me is 'cholovik' mens)))
2019-04-20 10:28
No wonder for there are 86% of common vocabulary between Ukrainian and Bilorusian languages. At the same time only 62% with moscovite.
2019-04-20 10:39
nt Belarussian is east slavic dialect
2019-04-20 12:10
They speak Ukrainian also which is different
2019-04-19 16:40
Ukrainian is a little bit different
2019-04-19 16:49
You say lies.
2019-04-19 19:43
#4
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Ukraine vladiik69 
no, its quite different, id say its like italian and spanish
2019-04-19 16:35
#7
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Switzerland Sureyah 
really? italian and spanish is completly different.. you mean more like Spanish & Portuguese?
2019-04-19 16:37
#9
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Ukraine vladiik69 
I mean, they are still different languages and an ordinary person will have much trouble understanding another person, but still they can if they try its like spanish people still can understand italian if they try
2019-04-19 16:37
#12
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Switzerland Sureyah 
hmmm ok all latin languages have similar words.. and 200years ago it was much more similar tbh
2019-04-19 16:38
Exactly
2019-04-20 13:57
Spanish and catalonian may be
2019-04-19 17:09
#5
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Senegal retardNumber1 
urkain copy russia
2019-04-19 16:35
#17
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
Ukraine is original Russia a.k.a. Ruthenia.
2019-04-19 16:40
Its too hard for them, give them a chance at least with it You'll not find it in Russian history books youtube.com/watch?v=icTv8rbW9F8&t=2s English subs are available
2019-04-20 13:42
You'll not find it in Russian history books youtube.com/watch?v=icTv8rbW9F8&t=2s English subs are available
2019-04-20 13:42
#10
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Kyrgyzstan Anschluss 
It's like German and English Where Ukrainian is german
2019-04-19 16:38
#13
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Ukraine EarthAintFlat 
French education xD. It's like Dutch and German I guess.
2019-04-19 16:38
#14
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Switzerland Sureyah 
men :( respect me
2019-04-19 16:39
#19
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Ukraine EarthAintFlat 
By the way I've found a map for you, that includes all the European languages lexical similarity. As you can see Ukrainian is more of the Western Slavic family language. i.stack.imgur.com/EuB21.jpg According to studies Ukrainian and Russian have more differences than Spanish&Italian or Spanish and Portuguese.
2019-04-19 16:44
#23
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Switzerland Sureyah 
yeah someone said its like Spanish vs Italian edit: oh i just saw Spanish & Portuguese, so yeah it must be very different
2019-04-19 16:46
Exactly
2019-04-20 13:40
Dutch people and germans dont understand each other for shit
2019-04-19 16:52
#51
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Ukraine EarthAintFlat 
Neither russians understand Ukrainian. It's cool when you speak both languages, It gives you ability to understand almost all Slavic languages(on "everyday" level, not academic one). I usually know the subject of a speech written in Slovakian, Polish or Belorussian languages.
2019-04-19 17:45
ez 😎😎😎
2019-04-20 10:34
#15
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
Ukrainian - (Belarusian - Polish) - Russian But we use Cyrillic alphabet like Russians. Vocabulary is pretty different. youtube.com/watch?v=7cKWSjitXPI It seems like: Portuguese - (Spanish - French) - Italian.
2019-04-19 16:42
#25
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Switzerland Sureyah 
thanks for info
2019-04-19 16:47
Its like English and French also. For you have a lot of common words with English. But you pronounce them in different way.
2019-04-20 13:59
don't you mean english and dutch? english is germanic, french is romance, ukrainian and russian both slavic
2019-04-20 15:41
Same structure (60% same words both in rus and ukr).
2019-04-19 16:40
But pronounce of most of them are very different.
2019-04-19 19:27
At least with this I can agree with u.
2019-04-19 19:34
if not en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holodomor and en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russification_of_U.. Ukrainians wouldnt understand moscvins
2019-04-19 19:37
95% of Ukrainian people know and speak Russian as well as Ukrainian languages, but russians dont know Ukrainian language only words that are exactly the same or sound familiar.
2019-04-19 16:44
more than UK and US, lots of diffenrent words
2019-04-19 16:45
#27
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
UK and US use the same language. Ukrainian and Russian are two different languages. Spierdalaj, jebanyj nimec'.
2019-04-19 16:51
ny ya i govoru, bolshe chem pendosski epta
2019-04-19 16:52
#32
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
Jebanyj kacap-fakeflagger. Reported.
2019-04-19 16:53
Didn't u know that czech republic have a lot of russian speaker, dumb
2019-04-19 16:54
#37
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
Karlovy vary is full of TerroRussians and literally smells like a shit. I've been there once. Its just a Russian shit town inside Czechia. Ja pierdole!
2019-04-19 16:56
On vatnik ne obrashyai vnimaniya
2019-04-20 13:52
#108
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Russia Reph 
2019-04-20 13:59
nice one
2019-04-20 14:02
flag czechs out
2019-04-20 14:42
hahaahah, nice one
2019-04-20 18:28
#29
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Russia og_loc 
they are different many Ukranians speak both languages, but Russians can't speak Ukranian
2019-04-19 16:52
#31
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Kyrgyzstan Anschluss 
I mean, why would they speak ukrainian xd
2019-04-19 16:54
#34
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Russia og_loc 
yeah, there's no reason for us to study Ukranian, but I personally respect Ukranians for knowing both these languages
2019-04-19 16:55
#35
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Kyrgyzstan Anschluss 
That means you respect me too :D
2019-04-19 16:56
#38
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Russia og_loc 
Yeah, just thought about it when I looked at your flag)
2019-04-19 16:56
#39
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
Wait, do u respect Ukrainians for language suppression and russiafication? Nice job. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chronology_of_Ukra..
2019-04-19 17:01
#40
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Russia og_loc 
nope, only for speaking two languages
2019-04-19 17:06
#41
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
The same.
2019-04-19 17:06
Don't you wanna ask yourself why still many Ukrainians can speak and understand moscovian language?
2019-04-19 17:16
#52
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Russia og_loc 
bc they were studying it at school?
2019-04-19 17:59
And why they studied it in school?
2019-04-19 19:28
#76
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Russia og_loc 
bc ussr gave them no choice
2019-04-19 22:16
Its too politely correct. You should know and say straight like it was, say Truth. That`s why youtube.com/watch?v=vlozEkKU2bI ; encyclopediaofukraine.com/display.asp?li..
2019-04-20 00:59
#78
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Russia og_loc 
I know, russia has only been a source of problems for your country, that saddens me
2019-04-20 07:43
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Russia crbr 
No reason here in Russia to speak Ukrainian, but it's quite easy to understand. I understand about 90% of language, when i watch UA TV shows or series
2019-04-19 17:15
No, its completely different
2019-04-19 17:14
#50
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Ukraine ksay 
most russians don't understand us
2019-04-19 17:20
#55
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Ukraine Vovanx 
haha it’s funny but Russians can’t understand Ukrainian but Ukrainians understand Russian
2019-04-19 19:30
#58
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Ukraine Vovanx 
Dmytro blja, spokijno
2019-04-19 19:37
#83
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Europe DJkpot 
:D
2019-04-20 10:31
#86
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Ukraine illinoize 
on daun
2019-04-20 10:47
Ssal tebe na makushky, selskiy vishivatnik
2019-04-20 14:49
+1
2019-04-19 19:39
Ukraine belongs to russia
2019-04-19 19:38
2019-04-19 19:40
finnish education
2019-04-19 19:40
he can be pathetic moscvin fakeflagger
2019-04-19 19:44
finnland=russia in fact
2019-04-19 19:45
no
2019-04-19 19:46
just wanted to bait
2019-04-19 19:46
#73
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Russia Darkrus 
how to b8 ukranians 101
2019-04-19 19:47
#142
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Russia mearbyee 
+1
2019-04-20 17:06
go to bait chechens, clowns
2019-04-20 17:07
#146
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Russia Darkrus 
SEE?
2019-04-20 17:24
ukr lang its like russian, but on minimal settings)
2019-04-20 11:13
you are dumb brainwashed katzapian fag typical swagger ignorant so called "Russian" (muscovite) youtube.com/watch?v=lJGJexnDotU
2019-04-20 12:01
jopu zashey durochka
2019-04-20 12:46
#91
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El Salvador pink_dildo 
its like spanish and portuguese
2019-04-20 12:06
Or like English and French.
2019-04-20 12:11
no
2019-04-20 14:52
Yes.
2019-04-20 15:26
There are plenty of words that spell absolutely same in French and English but pronounce different. You should learn more about history of relationshop between France and England in particular about history of development of their languages.
2019-04-20 15:28
Thread is about understanding each other between languages. French do not understand English and opposite.
2019-04-20 15:30
no, its not too different, im lil bit understanding ukr
2019-04-20 12:12
#96
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Russia Windcast 
It`s different. Sometimes you can understand ukranian and sometimes not. For me their language sounds like russian + polska at the same time. Much easier for ukranians to understand russians because there are much people who speaks russian in Ukraine. Meanwhile nobody speaks ukranian in Russia.
2019-04-20 12:15
#102
s1mple | 
Lithuania Gigska 
yes
2019-04-20 13:50
faking ukranians r migrating to europe stop it pls we dont need this dirty uneducated and stupid nation in eu plsss
2019-04-20 14:40
Muricans own 'em, but namely EU is obliged to pay for it, lul
2019-04-20 14:55
Almost every Ukrainian can speak Russian, but almost none of Russians can speak Russian.
2019-04-20 14:51
Russian language >>> ukraine dialect
2019-04-20 14:55
hello, vatny kazapsky pidar youtube.com/watch?v=lJGJexnDotU&t=1s
2019-04-20 15:25
Ahah podobie cheloveka zagovorilo na znakomom yazike, mne tvoi tcennosti uscherbnie ne interesni
2019-04-20 18:07
eto tupostb tak zhe i vash primitivniy dialect mozhno razlozhitb clown
2019-04-20 18:08
Ahah podobie cheloveka zagovorilo na znakomom yazike, mne tvoi tcennosti uscherbnie ne interesni
2019-04-20 15:28
#127
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Russia deadforest 
There are Russian and Ukranian language, these are two languages, not two dialects of one. Ukranian isn't almost the same as Russian, I'd say Ukranian is more similar to Polish than to Russian, but still, both are East Slavic languages. Almost all the Ukranians speak Russian because Ukraine used to be a part of Soviet Union which had Russian as its official language, plus East Ukraine regions used to learn Russian at school before, I don't know about now. So if you see an Ukranian, you can 99.9% bet he speaks Russian. For Russians it's pretty hard to understand Ukranian speech, but it's not completely senseless for us, since there are a lot of words which are old (for our language, no offense to Ukranians) and a bit different phonetics, but I personally understand most of Ukranian language because my grandmother is Ukraine-born, so I know a bit of it.
2019-04-20 15:33
Yes, exactly last argument explains why you can understand Ukrainian. But phonetics is not just a bit different its very different. As to old words - dude, be real, stop reading some Russia-patriotic info. It is a fact when foreigners traveled to moscovia during 16-18 cts they noticed that moscvins were absolutely different people compared to rusyns (Ukrainains). There was huge difference in every aspect - culture, traditions, mindset and ofc language. Up to 18th ct moscvins used in ther live spoken muscovite language not more the few dozens of Slavic words. And after 18th ct when moscovia occupied Ukraine and assigned its name, history and legacy of Kyivan Rus muscovite propagandists started to "wright" history of Rus in favour of moscovia. They started to create myth about triune "Russian" nation that on their version had common history, genesis, one common old "Russian" language etc. But its complete fake. Only modern "Russian" propagandists continue to stand on it cuz it the reason they try justify their aggressive politic. Sooner or later historical justice will be restored. Truth is always stronger then any lies strengthened by billions of gas and oil corrupted dollars.
2019-04-20 15:47
#132
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Russia deadforest 
First of all, I said it's old for my language, we changed some of those to more modern (for us nowadays), in Ukraine these words are still relevant nowadays, so it's ok. Second of all, stop replying me, ya crazy ass brainwashed Ukranian. Thank you.
2019-04-20 15:52
you didn't have your "old Russian" language, its fairytales of your propagandists begging from 18th ct. Base of your language is book, not live spoken old church bulgaian or sometimes they called it old-Slavonic. And base of modern Ukrainian is live spoken language of Kyivan Rus - territory of modern Ukraine, its center.
2019-04-20 16:19
simple fast prove of my words - in Russian its "serDtse" and in Ukrainian "seRtze", the same "soLntze" and "soNtze". I guess you know what I mean now.
2019-04-20 16:24
#137
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Finland Jodecast 
lets just think who will be more brainwashed: -Someone from a country where the government controls all media pretty much and is practically a dictatorship -Someone from a country that has free media
2019-04-20 16:25
#140
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Russia deadforest 
If my government controls most of TV, it doesn’t mean it controls me as well, dude. I know Putin is corrupt and all the shit you just said.
2019-04-20 16:56
biggest problem bottox bastard is not just corrupt, but criminal, responsible for many international crimes, first of all war crimes and crimes against humanity.
2019-04-20 17:05
There are about 150 TV channels in standard cable/satellite TV package in big cities, including western news channels. Only 3, ok maybe up to 5 of local channels cast some kind of propaganda shows and/or biased news. Even in province people have at least 20 TV channels to choose from. I'm not sure about oppositional DOZHD' TV-channel, but oppositional FM radio station Echo of Moscow is fully functional and keeps spreading anti-government propaganda daily. Check their website and you'll see. But you know young people almost not watching TV nowadays. Internet is OK, as you see I can talk anything and hear anyone's opinion. Really see no shortage of any info. Young people can watch Navalny on Youtube daily and discuss that in sn, everything is clear and open. What is monitored and banned are ISIS propaganda and similar stuff.
2019-04-20 17:14
#154
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Ukraine Ukrainian 
Wait, do u really think there is no propaganda on the internet?
2019-04-20 19:21
you just to scary to face the truth, that`s it. And you know it and that's origin of your muscovite xenophobia, racism, neo-Nazism and neo-faschism. You used to live in one big fake that`s why its so hard for you to meet reality.
2019-04-20 16:33
pizdec ti nacionalist . zapomni net hyevih nacionalnostey . est tolko nekotorie ludi - pidori . i politiki - mrazi , kotorie nabivaut karmani poka materi nesut s sinami grobi
2019-04-20 19:21
Your victim claims are ridiculous and it draws even more looserish image of ua history. There are definitely some global nations, and so - some local ones. This does not pre-define a single person nonetheless. Cut. Your attempts "to pull an owl on a globe" are understendable but tearfully naught.
2019-04-20 16:11
why do you call ukrainians rusyns, when they're 2 different things?
2019-04-21 02:29
If your grandmother is Ukraine-born that would mean she was born during the period where Ukraine was under Russian occupation? Wouldn't that mean she would have grown up learning Russian instead of Ukrainian for the majority of her life?
2019-04-20 17:20
Your assumption is correct only for several large cities east, south and center of Ukraine. The overwhelming majority of the population then lived in suburban or rural areas. But even in large cities, many families, despite the circumstances, kept their Ukrainian identity.
2019-04-20 18:01
But such situation was before Holodomor. Holodomor broke a lot of Ukrainians mentally. I wrote about it in this thread or another.
2019-04-20 18:02
Ukrainian is closer to polish men)))
2019-04-21 02:33
Yes, a bit.
2019-04-21 08:22
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