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What is another word for apology?

281 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɐpˈɒləd͡ʒɪ], [ɐpˈɒləd‍ʒɪ], [ɐ_p_ˈɒ_l_ə_dʒ_ɪ]
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Synonyms for Apology:

penitence (noun) vindication (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Apology:

  • aplolo,
  • appologiz,
  • applica,
  • apolijive,
  • appoligy,
  • apolizige,
  • opology,
  • apologisy,
  • apologyse,
  • apologic,
  • aplology,
  • archology,
  • apologly,
  • apoligey,
  • apolo,
  • apoligaze,
  • archeaology,
  • apogoly,
  • archiology,
  • archiliogy,
  • apoloogy,
  • appoligez,
  • appologes,
  • anolgy,
  • apolgy,
  • apologes,
  • apologaze,
  • appolizge,
  • apliy,
  • epolicy,
  • apologys,
  • apologie,
  • appolgy,
  • aholic,
  • apologyhope,
  • apologe,
  • apologiing,
  • uplog,
  • apolgoze,
  • apoloize,
  • aploogy,
  • apologse,
  • apolligy,
  • apologze,
  • apologizy,
  • apolozige,
  • anaology,
  • apolizge,
  • apolojy,
  • ablog,
  • topolgy,
  • applyng,
  • apolozie,
  • appology's,
  • appolige,
  • appolgoy,
  • apoligyse,
  • apolygie,
  • appoligic,
  • appoligoze,
  • apolog,
  • anologe,
  • appolagiz,
  • opolicy,
  • apoligsie,
  • appologied,
  • anolagy,
  • topplogy,
  • morhpology,
  • anoalogy,
  • apoligeze,
  • apoligige,
  • eccology,
  • apollogy,
  • apollagi,
  • apoligys,
  • apolioze,
  • aplogie,
  • apoliged,
  • arceology,
  • appologyze,
  • applky,
  • apologsie,
  • appolozige,
  • opthomology,
  • aplogoy,
  • appologige,
  • applayng,
  • applogie,
  • apolicy,
  • athropology,
  • anolog,
  • toplogy,
  • appology,
  • archaelogy,
  • apoly,
  • apolopgy,
  • anology,
  • appolagive,
  • aploigy,
  • epologue,
  • apoligive,
  • apoligie,
  • apoligze,
  • opthamology,
  • appologoze,
  • apologiz,
  • aplogy,
  • pathoplogy,
  • apologoz,
  • applligy,
  • apoloze,
  • apologu,
  • alelrgy,
  • appolagy,
  • aplify,
  • appoligys,
  • epiloge,
  • apolige,
  • agepolygamy,
  • appoligeze,
  • appolgys,
  • arheology,
  • apolohive,
  • aetiology,
  • appologey,
  • applyig,
  • appologys,
  • alaloug,
  • applogys,
  • apolygy,
  • apoloy,
  • appologie,
  • atlhoguh,
  • appoloize,
  • apaulige,
  • anlogy,
  • apologiy,
  • appologe,
  • toplolgy,
  • aplolgy,
  • apologing,
  • arechology,
  • anolouge,
  • apologey,
  • apoligoze,
  • apoligse,
  • apoligiz,
  • ecoligy,
  • apolagy,
  • archealogy,
  • annology,
  • appologyse,
  • apoloziege,
  • appoliged,
  • apoligy,
  • apologyze,
  • apolegy,
  • euology,
  • opoligie,
  • apolages,
  • appollogy,
  • apreggio,
  • apolage,
  • applozige,
  • apalogy,
  • apologyl,
  • apologh,
  • idology,
  • appilogy,
  • apolergie,
  • appealimg,
  • archaology,
  • apublic,
  • applogy,
  • apoligia,
  • appoilgy,
  • apologee,
  • achoolic,
  • appalogy,
  • apoliegs,
  • appologive,
  • aposolic,
  • appoligze,
  • aplogoze,
  • appologigy,
  • apologive,
  • oppology,
  • apolagie,
  • appolgie,
  • immuology,
  • appoligie,
  • aplogisy,
  • apologoze,
  • arcyology,
  • applyyy,
  • appologze,
  • apologige,
  • pology,
  • apolgie,
  • apoligez,
  • anthpology,
  • apololige,
  • apolygite,
  • appologsie,
  • apologiyze,
  • apolpgive,
  • apploige,
  • appoligaze,
  • appolodige,
  • oplogiz,
  • epilogue,
  • appolygy,
  • apploy,
  • epiemiology,
  • epiligo,
  • ology,
  • opthamalogy,
  • uplug.

Rhymes for Apology:

  1. ideology, ecology, psychology, terminology, methodology, otology, egyptology, theology, genealogy, pathology, neurology, penology, geomorphology, meteorology, gerontology, geology, paleontology, physiology, etiology, morphology, pharmacology, gynecology, radiology, urology, ethnology, zoology;
  2. chronology, biology, astrology;
  3. archeology, archaeology, anthropology;
  4. biotechnology;

Quotes for Apology:

  1. I got bad calls every match, and I never got an apology So I thought it was rather strange. Ivan Lendl.
  2. We inadvertently bombed the Chinese Embassy. But Clinton now is working very hard. He has sent a letter of apology to the Chinese. And, he's also given them a gift certificate for future nuclear secrets. David Letterman.
  3. An apology might help, but you can change your life without one. Robin Quivers.

Idioms of Apology:

  1. be an apology for sth;

Adjectives for Apology:

  • full, formal and public,
  • final, sincere,
  • fully inadequate,
  • halfhearted and fully inadequate,
  • deep abject,
  • equally canned,
  • unhappy, abject,
  • quite defiant,
  • appallingly loose,
  • nice abject,
  • proper, unilateral,
  • courteous, brief,
  • mute incomprehensible,
  • silent guilty,
  • poor somber,
  • proper and most courteous,
  • graceful and sincere,
  • grave and hasty,
  • actual, sincere,
  • curiously abject,
  • terse and almost defiant,
  • cheerful breezy,
  • flimsy and ridiculous,
  • briefly courteous,
  • curt, belated,
  • shy, rueful,
  • patently insincere,
  • traditional ritual,
  • completely insincere,
  • short and suitable,
  • hasty and incoherent,
  • suitably glorious,
  • ample and perfect,
  • manly outspoken,
  • lengthy and comprehensive,
  • thoroughly dishonest,
  • vague, muffled,
  • immediate and generous,
  • sincere, heartfelt,
  • final silent,
  • clever and humorous,
  • painfully inadequate,
  • ragged, unwashed,
  • complete public,
  • little paternal,
  • eloquent and convincing,
  • deeply sincere,
  • instinctive mental,
  • ample and satisfactory,
  • truly handsome,
  • humble and sincere,
  • somewhat shy,
  • surely sufficient,
  • long and monotonous,
  • poor, cheap,
  • long and protracted,
  • formal and public,
  • rather quick,
  • little polite,
  • less adequate,
  • last private,
  • nice simple,
  • in-person,
  • apparently sincere,
  • straightforward, honest,
  • honest and sincere,
  • almost defiant,
  • german official,
  • unapologetic,
  • dry little,
  • nearly naked,
  • self-pitying,
  • phoney,
  • face-to-face,
  • long and painful,
  • unilateral,
  • semi-official,
  • tight-lipped,
  • rapid-fire,
  • good strong,
  • jocular,
  • amicable,
  • unseasonable,
  • obtuse,
  • unwritten,
  • mandatory,
  • perspiring,
  • uncharacteristic,
  • prettier,
  • affable,
  • inept,
  • uttermost,
  • metrical,
  • speechless,
  • posthumous,
  • unwashed,
  • unified,
  • pained,
  • outspoken,
  • meaningful,
  • aforementioned,
  • canned,
  • honorary,
  • pitiable,
  • high-speed,
  • inflated,
  • sultry,
  • satirical,
  • exasperated,
  • steadfast,
  • dazed,
  • second-hand,
  • unwanted,
  • dishonest,
  • emphatic,
  • imminent,
  • faintest,
  • flattering,
  • unaccustomed,
  • questionable,
  • showy,
  • suave,
  • acceptable,
  • paternal,
  • racial,
  • nice little,
  • pallid,
  • limp,
  • judicious,
  • drab,
  • wholesale,
  • urgent, heartfelt,
  • formal and very sincere,
  • incredibly humble,
  • indirect autobiographical,
  • plausible and ready,
  • graceful parenthetical,
  • monstrously untenable,
  • temperate and eloquent,
  • naive editorial,
  • handsome but equivocal,
  • misshapen, dilapidated,
  • quaint and frank,
  • bitterly professional,
  • humble and suitable,
  • humble secretarial,
  • characteristic two-line,
  • sincerely modest,
  • formal,
  • logical and well-rehearsed,
  • clumsy and feeble,
  • indirect but pretty distinct,
  • uncouth but good-humored,
  • momentary but keen,
  • sincerest formal,
  • hearty and ample,
  • public and most humble,
  • nasal and languid,
  • somewhat ingenious and amusing,
  • suitable and fitting,
  • inward rueful,
  • courteous and convincing,
  • eloquent and conclusive,
  • useless and late,
  • rapid, genial,
  • immediate and abject,
  • belated and lame,
  • additional comical,
  • lame and weak,
  • ample and abject,
  • flimsy and shameless,
  • obsolete and wretched,
  • suitable and graceful,
  • first-rate and most plausible,
  • essentially elegant,
  • sweet and essentially elegant,
  • customary and hateful,
  • awkwardly good-natured,
  • full and contrite,
  • sensible rational,
  • tardy and inefficient,
  • forbidden general,
  • gentle, sarcastic,
  • graceful, exquisite,
  • long and humble,
  • prefatial,
  • usual sketchy,
  • tattered, smoke-stained,
  • humble and complete,
  • delightfully courteous,
  • sincere and general,
  • best but faint,
  • profound eternal,
  • rapid, incomprehensible,
  • sweetly playful,
  • frank and breezy,
  • hasty, low,
  • full and abject,
  • long, abject,
  • further laborious,
  • humble public,
  • quick girlish,
  • candid and loyal,
  • weak, half-hearted,
  • short anonymous,
  • little unheeded,
  • cold but courteous,
  • constant and practical,
  • humble mental,
  • faint, humorous,
  • slow, inefficient,
  • explicit and formal,
  • last profound,
  • jolly handsome,
  • sole present,
  • handsome, honest,
  • vague verbal,
  • cold, mute,
  • ignorant, miserable,
  • more due,
  • occasional perfunctory,
  • curiously characteristic,
  • ample public,
  • full and public,
  • prefatorial,
  • further apparent,
  • ingenious and amusing,
  • somewhat ingenious,
  • much polite,
  • mock solemn,
  • full and cordial,
  • long, convoluted,
  • away further,
  • formal and complete,
  • truly modest,
  • decrepit little,
  • somewhat profane,
  • long and impassioned,
  • equally handsome,
  • slightly dubious,
  • quick, uncertain,
  • rather superfluous,
  • rather curt,
  • humble and grateful,
  • little proud,
  • formal and solemn,
  • humble and contrite,
  • ingenious and plausible,
  • rather ineffectual,
  • rather prosaic,
  • frank and pleasant,
  • rather desultory,
  • complimental,
  • same resolute,
  • long and eloquent,
  • such ambiguous,
  • fair and full,
  • equally valid,
  • almost abject,
  • slightly contemptuous,
  • still simpler,
  • full and absolute,
  • soft, silent,
  • half-cocked,
  • little formal,
  • frustrated,
  • rather anxious,
  • more conclusive,
  • little mild,
  • lightest possible,
  • two-line,
  • exceedingly handsome,
  • self-defeating,
  • squirmy,
  • such eager,
  • frank and open,
  • little preliminary,
  • perfectly satisfactory,
  • best general,
  • quick mental,
  • franker,
  • merely formal,
  • awkward little,
  • purely formal,
  • more eloquent,
  • almost passionate,
  • meekest,
  • german national,
  • well-rehearsed,
  • parenthetical,
  • rather rough,
  • rare good,
  • ungrammatical,
  • unneeded,
  • smoke-stained,
  • wholehearted,
  • backhanded,
  • quite sufficient,
  • well past,
  • mirthless,
  • mighty poor,
  • admissible,
  • rather poor,
  • more obscure,
  • secretarial,
  • wretched old,
  • untenable,
  • disingenuous,
  • real nice,
  • sonal,
  • little further,
  • sophistical,
  • unheeded,
  • autobiographical,
  • unconcerned,
  • war-time,
  • long-delayed,
  • own separate,
  • commemorative,
  • offhand,
  • great religious,
  • good solid,
  • least possible,
  • overdue,
  • climatic,
  • somewhat different,
  • inaudible,
  • unabashed,
  • more definite,
  • penitential,
  • still less,
  • oft-repeated,
  • more direct,
  • cursory,
  • instant,
  • stingy,
  • intolerant,
  • glib,
  • shoddy,
  • discomfited,
  • wretched little,
  • evasive,
  • implicit,
  • tactful,
  • warm-hearted,
  • negligent,
  • captivating,
  • voiceless,
  • resentful,
  • simple-minded,
  • unaffected,
  • indiscreet,
  • preparatory,
  • blended,
  • queer little,
  • indecent,
  • introductory,
  • perfidious,
  • apt,
  • deserving,
  • haphazard,
  • considerate,
  • passable,
  • best possible,
  • haggard,
  • desultory,
  • demure,
  • pecuniary,
  • insipid,
  • nasal,
  • persuasive,
  • indulgent,
  • generic,
  • irritable,
  • graver,
  • pointless,
  • decorous,
  • provisional,
  • high-pitched,
  • diffuse,
  • ready-made,
  • blasphemous,
  • oral,
  • taut,
  • safer,
  • impotent,
  • ironic,
  • avowed,
  • ineffectual,
  • misshapen,
  • ministerial,
  • feigned,
  • presidential,
  • audible,
  • twelfth,
  • perennial,
  • lifelong,
  • contemptuous,
  • biblical,
  • protracted,
  • nondescript,
  • warmer,
  • spurious,
  • girlish,
  • suggestive,
  • fervent,
  • balanced,
  • embarrassing,
  • merciful,
  • covert,
  • impertinent,
  • witty,
  • premature,
  • strangest,
  • confidential,
  • prosaic,
  • fictitious,
  • obsolete,
  • insidious,
  • nominal,
  • shameless,
  • laborious,
  • profane,
  • sorrowful,
  • feverish,
  • unscrupulous,
  • resolute,
  • metaphysical,
  • languid,
  • simpler,
  • own little,
  • maternal,
  • muffled,
  • naive,
  • philosophic,
  • much less,
  • favorable,
  • dubious,
  • chronic,
  • annoying,
  • ceremonial,
  • sane,
  • scanty,
  • first-rate,
  • little more,
  • tame,
  • indignant,
  • paltry,
  • poetical,
  • irresistible,
  • brisk,
  • trivial,
  • rosy,
  • voluntary,
  • colorful,
  • discreet,
  • trifling,
  • anonymous,
  • abstract,
  • revolutionary,
  • especial,
  • overwhelming,
  • cautious,
  • airy,
  • doubtful,
  • civilized,
  • grateful,
  • genial,
  • tattered,
  • insignificant,
  • shrewd,
  • extravagant,
  • crooked,
  • bland,
  • pleasing,
  • finer,
  • sentimental,
  • poor old,
  • everlasting,
  • deliberate,
  • amiable,
  • sober,
  • enthusiastic,
  • silvery,
  • historic,
  • shabby,
  • blank,
  • welcome,
  • sufficiently contrite,
  • perplexing contradictory,
  • servile and unqualified,
  • coaxing and almost piteous,
  • vain or insincere,
  • withdrawal and clumsy,
  • deeply miltonic,
  • private and abject,
  • quick and insincere,
  • quick and abject,
  • quick and courteous,
  • passionate and morbid,
  • perceptible mental,
  • fresh, silent,
  • frank, courteous,
  • miserable, dried-up,
  • obviously insincere,
  • somewhat mischievous,
  • overly polite,
  • affectionate and generous,
  • almost piteous,
  • full public,
  • entirely inadequate,
  • much preliminary,
  • formal public,
  • own necessary,
  • brief mental,
  • clear and comprehensive,
  • thin, bony,
  • mere poetic,
  • somewhat hasty,
  • fairly serious,
  • such abject,
  • quick nervous,
  • one-page,
  • perfectly proper,
  • long-overdue,
  • good and sufficient,
  • miltonic,
  • friendly,
  • withdrawal,
  • unconvincing,
  • cial,
  • snug little,
  • sketchy,
  • invidious,
  • unwarrantable,
  • more intimate,
  • stilted,
  • ungracious,
  • condescending,
  • repentant,
  • flippant,
  • skeptical,
  • lukewarm,
  • profoundest,
  • dried-up,
  • bashful,
  • inane,
  • convoluted,
  • dutiful,
  • contradictory,
  • forthcoming,
  • florid,
  • teasing,
  • servile,
  • distressed,
  • comical,
  • lavish,
  • far less,
  • astounding,
  • bony,
  • convincing,
  • frenzied,
  • joyful,
  • mythical,
  • impudent,
  • unfinished,
  • morbid,
  • incomprehensible,
  • spirited,
  • intermediate,
  • boyish,
  • poisonous,
  • mischievous,
  • philosophical,
  • haughty,
  • intimate,
  • uncertain,
  • fake,
  • momentary,
  • seeming,
  • continual,
  • smallest,
  • subtle,
  • swift and contrite,
  • king official,
  • distinctly necessary,
  • miserable and craven,
  • formal cold,
  • great and only legitimate,
  • idle complimentary,
  • meekest possible,
  • humble and abject,
  • sufficiently humble,
  • complete and abject,
  • thoroughly sincere,
  • frank and full,
  • rather lame,
  • full and satisfactory,
  • little miserable,
  • somewhat awkward,
  • quick little,
  • effusive,
  • unanswerable,
  • abstracted,
  • premeditated,
  • conditional,
  • conclusive,
  • briefest,
  • dispassionate,
  • more complete,
  • unconventional,
  • submissive,
  • apologetic,
  • magnanimous,
  • complimentary,
  • abortive,
  • inefficient,
  • scriptural,
  • sulky,
  • effectual,
  • lucid,
  • inconsiderable,
  • well-bred,
  • ambiguous,
  • valid,
  • candid,
  • temperate,
  • despicable,
  • plaintive,
  • impassioned,
  • cordial,
  • unsuccessful,
  • meanest,
  • disgraceful,
  • furtive,
  • voluminous,
  • uncouth,
  • audacious,
  • requisite,
  • superfluous,
  • ritual,
  • tentative,
  • futile,
  • spontaneous,
  • urgent,
  • disgusting,
  • skilful,
  • fortunate,
  • hateful,
  • indifferent,
  • diplomatic,
  • logical,
  • triumphant,
  • legitimate,
  • flaming,
  • dreary,
  • amazing,
  • shallow,
  • customary,
  • continuous,
  • rapid,
  • medical,
  • equal,
  • effective,
  • stiff,
  • respectable,
  • delightful,
  • exquisite,
  • bitter,
  • absolute,
  • intense, humiliating,
  • ill-timed and incoherent,
  • oddly courteous,
  • shrill, defiant,
  • own pitiful,
  • full and ample,
  • more decent,
  • more graceful,
  • sincerest,
  • well-founded,
  • more specific,
  • premonitory,
  • gooey,
  • coaxing,
  • unconditional,
  • ill-timed,
  • bemused,
  • maudlin,
  • stereotyped,
  • obsequious,
  • remotest,
  • phenomenal,
  • piteous,
  • imaginable,
  • poorest,
  • harmonious,
  • straightforward,
  • artful,
  • symbolic,
  • funeral,
  • dilapidated,
  • playful,
  • defensive,
  • stale,
  • abrupt,
  • guilty,
  • comic,
  • poetic,
  • worthless,
  • sorry,
  • thorough,
  • poor little,
  • automatic,
  • fearful,
  • inevitable,
  • dusty,
  • ragged,
  • clever,
  • foolish,
  • slender,
  • elegant,
  • damn,
  • previous,
  • sorry weak,
  • much awkward,
  • sudden and short,
  • half-expressed,
  • damned poor,
  • deprecatory,
  • full and complete,
  • remorseful,
  • more formal,
  • left-handed,
  • fairer,
  • breezy,
  • explicit,
  • own personal,
  • unwilling,
  • comprehensive,
  • flimsy,
  • humorous,
  • good-natured,
  • amusing,
  • uncomfortable,
  • helpless,
  • convenient,
  • casual,
  • absurd,
  • infinite,
  • specific,
  • characteristic,
  • extreme,
  • distinct,
  • favorite,
  • well-known,
  • slight, formal,
  • somewhat lame,
  • ingratiating,
  • deferential,
  • tuneful,
  • neurotic,
  • barest,
  • self-conscious,
  • ironical,
  • prostrate,
  • more serious,
  • genteel,
  • tremulous,
  • prettiest,
  • instinctive,
  • shrill,
  • reluctant,
  • mournful,
  • grotesque,
  • careless,
  • able,
  • unconscious,
  • useless,
  • obscure,
  • legal,
  • intense,
  • admirable,
  • proud,
  • charming,
  • semi-serious,
  • explanatory,
  • equivocal,
  • voluble,
  • neat little,
  • wistful,
  • husky,
  • inadequate,
  • tedious,
  • anxious,
  • civil,
  • obvious,
  • grim,
  • smooth,
  • brilliant,
  • warm,
  • chief,
  • pale,
  • double-edged,
  • terse,
  • commonplace,
  • shy,
  • hearty,
  • dumb,
  • desperate,
  • apparent,
  • solemn,
  • singular,
  • damned,
  • particular and personal,
  • good-humored,
  • heartfelt,
  • indistinct,
  • needless,
  • memorable,
  • rational,
  • timid,
  • deepest,
  • ridiculous,
  • sad,
  • national,
  • secret,
  • curious,
  • particular,
  • big fat,
  • roundabout,
  • wry,
  • specious,
  • convulsive,
  • editorial,
  • involuntary,
  • sympathetic,
  • mutual,
  • careful,
  • modest,
  • fat,
  • fresh,
  • sweet,
  • insufficient,
  • copious,
  • partial,
  • passionate,
  • rude,
  • imperial,
  • actual,
  • sudden,
  • more handsome,
  • halfhearted,
  • token,
  • fullest,
  • honorable,
  • eager,
  • unexpected,
  • false,
  • constant,
  • grave,
  • compassionate,
  • whimsical,
  • cheerful,
  • conventional,
  • subsequent,
  • direct,
  • rough,
  • natural,
  • craven,
  • sarcastic,
  • verbal,
  • honest,
  • quiet,
  • cold,
  • gruff,
  • humiliating,
  • defiant,
  • lengthy,
  • affectionate,
  • appropriate,
  • easy,
  • additional,
  • famous,
  • sullen,
  • quaint,
  • similar,
  • excellent,
  • special,
  • creditable,
  • unintelligible,
  • unnecessary,
  • frantic,
  • ingenious,
  • private,
  • noble,
  • strange,
  • unqualified,
  • curt,
  • humblest,
  • breathless,
  • scant,
  • preliminary,
  • loving,
  • sheepish,
  • fitting,
  • perpetual,
  • fair,
  • grudging,
  • inarticulate,
  • delicate,
  • soft,
  • half-hearted,
  • pitiful,
  • generous,
  • less,
  • nervous,
  • swift,
  • sole,
  • practical,
  • mild,
  • decent,
  • necessary,
  • unspoken,
  • plausible,
  • serious,
  • least,
  • indirect,
  • belated,
  • eloquent,
  • reasonable,
  • slightest,
  • profuse,
  • meek,
  • adequate,
  • usual,
  • satisfactory,
  • deep,
  • contrite,
  • pathetic,
  • ready,
  • clumsy,
  • weak,
  • genuine,
  • possible,
  • rueful,
  • perfunctory,
  • respectful,
  • feeble,
  • wretched,
  • insincere,
  • gracious,
  • short,
  • tardy,
  • official,
  • gentle,
  • simple,
  • merest,
  • vague,
  • general,
  • immediate,
  • graceful,
  • due,
  • faint,
  • complete,
  • mental,
  • impending,
  • mock,
  • frank,
  • oblique,
  • courteous,
  • proper,
  • mere,
  • incoherent,
  • miserable,
  • long,
  • profound,
  • lame,
  • awkward,
  • tacit,
  • polite,
  • personal,
  • slight,
  • suitable,
  • quick,
  • mute,
  • brief,
  • handsome,
  • hasty,
  • sincere,
  • poor,
  • full,
  • further,
  • formal,
  • ample,
  • silent,
  • abject,
  • best,
  • sufficient,
  • public,
  • humble.
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