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Old 12-10-2019, 12:49 PM
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Madeleine looks absolutely stunning! Sofia also looks pretty good. Although I’m happy to see the interchangeability of the stones, I am not a fan of turquoise.
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The banquet, tables:
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Arriving to the banquet
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At the table
The king
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Queen Silvia
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Victoria
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Daniel
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Carl Philip
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Sofia
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Madeleine
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Countess Bettina
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Video of the royal family arriving to the Concert Hall
Nobel 2019_ Här anländer kungafamiljen till Konserhuset

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It might well prove to be economical as well as comical and also keep out a draught too.
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The Dailymail has an article about today's ceremony and banquet:


** dm: Swedish royals including Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Sofia put on a dazzling display ..**
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The Sash of the Serafin Order deserves better evening dresses for the 3 Princesses.
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Old 12-10-2019, 04:14 PM
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The Dailymail has an article about today's ceremony and banquet:


** dm: Swedish royals including Crown Princess Victoria and Princess Sofia put on a dazzling display ..**
Daily Mail has always good photos.

Photos at court Facebook, by Pelle T Nilsson/SPA
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Photos at court Instagram of Victoria, Daniel, Carl Philip, Sofia and Madeleine at the Royal Palace before leaving to the Prize ceremony, by Sara Friberg/The Royal Court.
https://www.instagram.com/p/B5555YjAvor/

If you look carefully, you see that the First Lady of the Court Anna Hamilton and queen Silvia's lady-in-waiting Harriet Bredelius sit at a table right behind the queen.
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Video of the royal family arriving to the City Hall
Se när kungafamiljen gör entré på röda mattan _ Aftonbladet

The royal court about the Nobel Prize ceremony at its website
Kungen delade ut 2019 års Nobelpris - Sveriges Kungahus

And about the Nobel Banquet
Kungafamiljen vid Nobelbanketten - Sveriges Kungahus

The banquet ended and the royal family left. The other guests started dancing.
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Old 12-10-2019, 11:29 PM
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Well! Another Nobel ceremony in the books.

Victoria’s gown has grown on me throughout the day and the Baden Fringe really shines on her here. I, for one, have no problem with turquoise and am happy to see them on Sofia’s tiara. I’m not crazy about the earring pairing though. And Madde’s dress is very pretty but this is not her best showing of the aquamarine tiara - it doesn’t match well with the dress and is titled back more than she usually wears it. The epaulette earrings are always great though.

I’m curious - why are Countess Bettina and her husband invited to this event each year? Are they involved with the Nobels in some way or particularly close to the royal family? It seems there a many Bernadottes or other distant family but we never see them for Nobel Season. Not that I mind. The more tiaras the better!

Looking forward to day 2 tomorrow!
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Old 12-10-2019, 11:42 PM
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Unfortunately, the dress really and truly looks like it's made out of a quilt (duvet).
I'm laughing at the idea of someone pulling it off their bed and stitching it into this mess for Victoria.
I agree it looks like a quilt. I also agree with the other person it is nice and warm.
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Old 12-11-2019, 12:29 AM
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Well! Another Nobel ceremony in the books.

Victoria’s gown has grown on me throughout the day and the Baden Fringe really shines on her here. I, for one, have no problem with turquoise and am happy to see them on Sofia’s tiara. I’m not crazy about the earring pairing though. And Madde’s dress is very pretty but this is not her best showing of the aquamarine tiara - it doesn’t match well with the dress and is titled back more than she usually wears it. The epaulette earrings are always great though.

I’m curious - why are Countess Bettina and her husband invited to this event each year? Are they involved with the Nobels in some way or particularly close to the royal family? It seems there a many Bernadottes or other distant family but we never see them for Nobel Season. Not that I mind. The more tiaras the better!

Looking forward to day 2 tomorrow!
I think this branch of the Bernadotte family lives at Mainau where the Nobel prize winners come to share their learning with students and other invited guests at special Nobel events; therefore it it would make sense for them to come to Stockholm to meet the new laureates.
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I’m curious - why are Countess Bettina and her husband invited to this event each year? Are they involved with the Nobels in some way or particularly close to the royal family? It seems there a many Bernadottes or other distant family but we never see them for Nobel Season. Not that I mind. The more tiaras the better!
As Gerry wrote, Countess Bettina host the Lindau meeting each year bringing together Nobel laureates, other scientists and students to foster scientific exchange between different generations and cultures. The meetings mainly takes place in Lindau but parts of the event are held at Mainau. The idea was originally thought of by physicians Franz Karl Heintz & Gustav Parade who asked Count Lennart Bernadotte to help them convince the Nobel Committee to support them. The first meeting was held in 1951 and the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings was founded in 1954 to organise the fast growing event. The first president was Count Lennart Bernadotte and he's been followed on the post by his widow Countess Sonja and his daughter Countess Bettina.
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Old 12-11-2019, 02:54 AM
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I’m curious - why are Countess Bettina and her husband invited to this event each year? Are they involved with the Nobels in some way or particularly close to the royal family? It seems there a many Bernadottes or other distant family but we never see them for Nobel Season. Not that I mind. The more tiaras the better!
Since October 2008, Countess Bettina Bernadotte is president of the Council for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings and member of the Board of the Foundation Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings. She has been a member of the Council since 2005.

The meetings are held in Lindau, but at every meeting the last day is held on the Mainau Island. The meetings last usually five or six days.
Once every year, around 30-40 Nobel Laureates convene in Lindau to meet the next generation of leading scientists: 600 undergraduates, PhD students, and post-doc researchers from all over the world. The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings foster the exchange among scientists of different generations, cultures, and disciplines.
The meetings focus alternately on physiology and medicine, on physics, and on chemistry – the three natural science Nobel Prize disciplines. An interdisciplinary meeting revolving around all three natural sciences is held every five years. In addition, the Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences is held every three years.
The scientific programme of each Lindau Meeting is based on the principle of dialogue. The different sessions – lectures, discussions, Master Classes, and panel discussions – are designed to activate the exchange of knowledge, ideas, and experience between and among Nobel Laureates and young scientists.
In 2020 70th Lindau Meeting (Interdisciplinary) is held on 28 June–3 July 2020. And in 2020 is also held 7th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences, on 25–29 August 2020.

You can read more about the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings here:
The Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings

Countess Bettina usually comes to Sweden already to attend the Nobel Lectures given by the Laureates at the Nobel Week, and meets the Laureates then. Countess Bettina speaks swedish, and also her children speak swedish. Count Björn Bernadotte has told that both his sisters have taught swedish to their children.
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Old 12-11-2019, 04:03 AM
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As every year, I feel melancholic this morning. Now I have to wait one year to see that solemn and formal Prize Ceremony again - with its great music, which means a lot to me. That the Ceremony is the same every year, is great, but every year it is interesting to hear the music in it.
And the Banquet - with its wonderful procession. And I especially liked the divertissement this year - the Swedish ballad tradition. It was wonderful to hear Evert Taube's "Änglamark" sung at the Nobel Banquet, and to listen to two good and talented singers, Lisa Nilsson and Magnus Carlson.

Photos from the banquet at court Facebook, by Pelle T Nilsson/SPA
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The Prize Ceremony
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The Banquet
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9 magiska bilder på drottning Silvia från Nobel 2019 _ Svensk Dam
8 bästa ögonblicken med Victoria under Nobel 2019 _ Svensk Dam
7 magnifika bilder på prinsessan Madeleine under Nobel _ Svensk Dam
Se gästerna under Nobel – de var bjudna! _ Svensk Dam
Victorias vågade klänning på Nobelfesten - Allt om kungligt
Prinsessan Madeleine – Nobels vackra smällkaramell - Allt om kungligt
Festliga bilderna med kungafamiljen på Nobel - Allt om kungligt

The Queen's golden sequins. Victoria's giant dress. And the magically beautiful table.
This was a Nobel party with a record number of Nobel laureates, 1,349 guests and 25,000 flowers.
Then it is assumed that a staff of nearly 500 people was required! 47 chefs prepared the three course menu. And then 190 waiters were required to carry the food.
22 bästa bilderna från Nobel 2019! _ Svensk Dam

Some of the Nobel Prize Diplomas:
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Interesting alterations to the placement of the royals at the Table of Honour in comparison to years past. The announcement that Prince Carl Philip's as well as Princess Madeleine's role would be reduced over time raised the question in my mind as to whether the King might finally cease putting his son ahead of the crown princess's consort in official precedence, but the new arrangement this year makes that impossible to distinguish.
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There is only 1 person between Prince Daniel and The King, as well as only 1 person between The Crown Princess and The Queen. Doesn’t that mean he takes his wifes rank ?

Prince Carl Philip sits 3 persons away from The Queen and Princess Madeleine 5 persons away from The King.
Yes, for this year's banquet all three of the royal consorts appear to have taken their spouse's rank at the Table of Honour, and thus it is impossible to distinguish what their own rank is meant to be.

But in years past, the royal men were separated from the royal women on opposite sides of the Table of Honour, and on the men's side it was consistently Prince Carl Philip, rather than Prince Daniel, who was seated on the same side of the King corresponding to the Crown Princess's seat at the side of the Queen on the women's side.



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Sad that Princess Christina and Tord Magnuson isn’t attending (though relived that it has nothing to do with her health). They may not be senior royals since a very long time but they are hugely popular her in Sweden.
It is interesting to hear about the popularity of Tord Magnuson. Princess Christina's popularity is easily understood given her lifetime of service to her country, but which qualities in her husband appeal to the general public?


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Countess Bettina usually comes to Sweden already to attend the Nobel Lectures given by the Laureates at the Nobel Week, and meets the Laureates then. Countess Bettina speaks swedish, and also her children speak swedish. Count Björn Bernadotte has told that both his sisters have taught swedish to their children.
That is an excellent choice; in that case, perhaps the Lindau meetings can continue for many more decades to come.
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There are only a few photos of Daniel, but here is a good one
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Victoria
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The Nobel Prize Award Ceremony 2019 Thumbnails - Pictures - Zimbio
Nobel Prize Banquet 2019 In Stockholm Thumbnails - Pictures - Zimbio

Ebba Kleberg von Sydow and Emilia de Poret were at TV4's Nyhetsmorgon to speak about the dresses. They said that this was a very good year, so many had great dresses. They praised all dresses of the royal women, but when they were asked who was their favourite, both said: The crown princess. They said "The Crown Princess's dress will be iconic, which will be on display". Ebba Kleberg von Sydow was already yesterday evening at TV4 to speak about the dresses. She said that on the point scale from 1 to 5, Victoria's dress is somewhere 12 or 13.
”Kronprinsessans klänning kommer bli ikonisk”

Daniel carrying Victoria's clutch... while leaving, he had a little cold.
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The King's Dinner for the Nobel Laureates starts at 19.30. Before that the royal family has given a reception to the Laureates.

Connaught for the queen, Laurel Wreath for Victoria, Sofia is wearing her own tiara and Madeleine her own tiara.
Just nu! Kungens Nobelmiddag 2019 har börjat _ Svensk Dam

Svensk Damtidning writes, that Victoria's dress is a tribute to Sara Danius - who wore bow blouses, and women wore bow blouses to support Sara, when she resigned from the Swedish Academy. Sara passed away in October. Svensk Damtidning says that the dress is likely designed by Pär Engsheden, a close friend of Sara Danius. When there is very quiet among the designers, then the outfit is usually designed by Pär Engsheden, who doesn't inform the media of his designs.
Se Victorias klänning från kungens Nobelmiddag 2019 _ Svensk Dam

Sara Danius even designed a bow blouse for Camilla Thulin, and modelled it at Camilla Thulin's fashion show in 2018. Camilla Thulin had designed many bow blouses to Sara Danius.
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And there was a bow even at Sara Danius's outfit at the Nobel Prize ceremony in 2018 - designed by Pär Engsheden.
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Queen Silvia's dress is from Georg et Arend, Sofia's dress from Ida Lanto and Madeleine's dress from Ida Sjöstedt, Ateljé Birgitta Olsson.
Allt om klänningarna på kungens Nobelmiddag _ Svensk Dam

Första bilden på Sofias klänning Nobel 2019 _ Svensk Dam
Se Madeleines klänning på kungens Nobelmiddag 2019 _ Svensk Dam

Right now! Madeleine and Sofia's crash - at the king's Nobel dinner - they even had the similar Bottega Veneta clutch
Just nu! Madeleine och Sofias krock – på kungens Nobelmiddag _ Svensk Dam

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One more tiara, the woman on the left is queen Silvia's lady-in-waiting Harriet Bredelius.
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Odd Zschiedrich, the Master of Ceremonies, leads the Nobel Laureates to the dinner.
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Waiting for a photo of countess Bettina Bernadotte.
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I think Madeline and Sophia's dresses are out of season it is xmas time.
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Nobel Laureate tried to persuade the king to stop hunting
What do you do if you get the king to the table?
Olga Tokarczuk, Nobel laureate in literature, took the opportunity to question one of the majesty's greatest interests.
- At one point during the conversation, I tried to persuade the king to stop hunting, she says to the Polish news site Onet.
- I had no idea what you were talking to a king about, but it went very easily, says Olga Tokarczuk, the 2018 prize-winner in literature, to the Polish news site Onet.
With the king on his right, Tokarczuk took hier seat at the Table of Honour during yesterday's Nobel Banquet.
Afterwards, she describes her table neighbor as "very nice, intelligent and warm to talk to". According to Onet, among other things, they talked about one of the king's greatest interests.
- One time during the conversation I tried to persuade the king to stop hunting, but I'm not sure I succeeded. Swedes have a great tradition of hunting - that you have to control nature, because otherwise it runs crazy, says Tokarczuk, to the news site.
The Polish author also had a lot to talk to another Swedish royal during dinner.
- I also talked a lot with Prince Daniel on my left, we even promised that we would talk on later, Tokarczuk says.
She has previously stated that she will use her prize money to build a foundation, which will, among other things, investigate animal rights issues.
Nobel_ Tokarczuk försökte övertala kungen att sluta jaga _ Aftonbladet

Victoria's clothing selection: Sara Danius's iconic bow blouse
Crown Princess Victoria arrives at the Nobel Dinner at the Palace in Stockholm wearing a red long dress with a bow blouse in the same color.
Something that can be seen as a tribute to Sara Danius, the former permanent secretary of the Swedish Academy who passed away in October.
In November 2017, in conjunction with the metoo, the Swedish actors gathered behind the call #Super silence to read testimony about abuse.
Among the audience at the Södra Teatern in Stockholm were Queen Silvia and Crown Princess Victoria.
- It's a very important campaign, Victoria said at the time.
At the same time, the blouse showed Sara Danius's genius and taste from being boring and old-fashioned to a symbol of women's struggle and change.
The Nordic Museum in Stockholm even exhibited Sara Danius' self-designed bow blouse until December 1 to honor the professor, author and literary critic. She passed away on October 12 at the age of 57.
During Wednesday's traditional Nobel dinner at the Palace in Stockholm, the crown princess wore a long dress that was topped off with a bow blouse - both dress and blouse in red.
The choice of clothing can be seen as a tribute to Sara Danius.
When Expressen talks to Margareta Thorgren, the head of information at the court, she says:
- At all events, the royal family takes aim and message into account. Even clothing choices can be a part of communication.
Victoria i en röd långklänning med en knytblus i samma färg

Expressen's fashion expert on the clothes at Nobel Dinner: "Two fives"
On Wednesday evening, the king gave a traditional dinner for this year's Nobel Laureates.
The evening began with the royal family having a smaller reception in Prince Bertil's apartment for the prize winners and their respective.
Then the royal family and Nobel laureates marched into the banquet hall. In the Palace Ballroom, the White Sea, they greeted other invited guests representing the Riksdag, government, diplomatic corps, academies, research and science and the Nobel Foundation.
- A very well thought out clothing choice with regard to the bow blouse, which is a clear tribute to Sara Danius, says Expressen's fashion expert Emma Danielsson about Crown Princess Victoria's clothing choice.
Crown Princess Victoria
Points: 5
Wow! After wearing a dramatic dress at the Nobel party, Victoria continues to impress with yet another bold clothing choice that is just right in time. Here she reuses a red skirt and matches with a top signed Pär Engsheden. Both the volume in the sleeves, which is a strong trend right now, and the pink accessories show what trend look she has. It is also a very thoughtful choice of clothes with regard to the tie blouse which is a clear tribute to Sara Danius, which is fantastic to see.
Prince Daniel
Points: 5
Prince Daniel is as handsome as ever! The jacket has a good fit, the pants the right length, and even the small details sit where they should, such as the hand knotted bow, for example. He really knows the art of dressing exemplarily on solemn occasions.
Queen Silvia
Points: 4
The queen fits incredibly well in bright colors, and this blue shade is also a trend color this coming spring. The dress may not be as pompous as Victoria's, but the lovely color combined with the beautiful diadem and the sparkling necklace gives an elegant and glamorous feel.
King Carl Gustaf
Points: 3
The jacket sits very nicely over the shoulders and the pants are quite wide. However, they are a few inches too long at the bottom which makes them quite puffy over the shoes, as well as the handkerchief protruding too far and colliding with his medals. But otherwise he looks really handsome and well dressed.
Princess Madeleine
Points: 4
Madeleine has chosen a romantic and elegant creation created by Ida Sjöstedt, and if there is someone who both likes and dresses well in the romantic look then it is Madeleine. The style feels wonderfully light and springy in the prevailing winter darkness and the soft hair set will be the perfect complement to this type of dress.
Princess Sofia
Points: 4
Although Sofia's dress has long sleeves, it is strikingly similar to Madeleine's bright dress, which is also embellished by floral applications. They have even chosen the same braided bags from Bottega Veneta. However, it is impossible to decide who wins the style match because they both look very beautiful in their romantic creations!
Prince Carl Philip
Points: 4
Carl Philip usually earns high marks for his impeccable style and this time is no exception. The only thing that pulls down the grade from the full pot is that the jacket looks slightly short, which makes the white vest stick a little too far. But the impression overall is that he looks incredibly handsome.
Kungen gav traditionsenlig middag för årets Nobelpristagare

Here are the Heads of HM The King's and HRH The Crown Princess's Household: Göran Lithell and Lena Bartholdson
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Svensk Damtidning's fashion expert Johanna Lejon's points of the outfits:
At the Nobel Prize ceremony and banquet:
Victoria 5, queen Silvia 4, Sofia 4, Madeleine 4
De klädde sig bäst på Nobel 2019 – gästernas klänningar _ Svensk Dam
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At the King's dinner:
Victoria 5, queen Silvia 4, Sofia 4, Madeleine 4
Det bär gästerna på kungens Nobelmiddag 2019 _ Svensk Dam
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A lot of unseen photos at these galleries
ROYAL: Die schwedischen Royals bei der Verleihung der Nobelpreise 2019
ROYAL: Die schwedischen Royals beim Nobel-Bankett
ROYAL: Die schwedischen Royals beim Königsdinner für die Nobelpreisträger

La princesse Victoria de Suède spectaculaire, les princesses Madeleine et Sofia florales au deuxième soir des Nobel 2019
17 magiska bilder från kungens Nobelmiddag 2019! _ Svensk Dam
Glamour på kungamiddagen för Nobelpristagarna - Allt om kungligt
Sweden's Royals Wore All the Tiaras at the Nobel Prize Ceremony

The fine message in Victoria's second Nobel dress
On December 11, Crown Princess Victoria chose to pay tribute to Sara Danius, the Academy's former secretary, who passed away in the fall.
Fina budskapet i Victorias andra Nobelklänning _ Svensk Dam
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The royal court published the video from yesterday today also at its Youtube
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