What is another word for fates?

98 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ f_ˈeɪ_t_s], [ fˈe͡ɪts], [ fˈe‍ɪts]

Synonyms for Fates:

chances (noun) Other synonyms:
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Rhymes for Fates:

  1. pates, states, sates, grates, hates, waits, dates, plates, gates, mates, plaits, crates, traits, baits, rates, slates, yeats, straits;
  2. estates, debates, creates, dictates, awaits, translates, relates, predates, inflates, negates, abates, restates, narrates;
  3. procreates, conjugates, annotates;

Quotes for Fates:

  1. The Browning love story? It is an ideal, all too rare, and yet I hardly think it strange. It would have been far stranger had the fates allowed those two brilliant passionate souls to beat themselves out in silence. Marie Corelli.
  2. They say geniuses mostly have great mothers. They mostly have sad fates David Herbert Lawrence.
  3. The futures and ultimate fates of the characters in The Snow Queen are profoundly changed by choices made in their own minds or hearts, as well as choices unexpectedly forced on them by things beyond their control. Joan D. Vinge.

Idioms of Fates:

  1. the Fates

Adjectives for Fates:

  • harsh but honorable,
  • past, cruel,
  • uneasy tempting,
  • not-entirely-coincidental,
  • not-entirely-coincidental,
  • adentirely-coincidental,
  • special, exemplary,
  • different post-mortem,
  • all-powerful and malign,
  • generalized cruel,
  • impending, destructive,
  • unspeakable worse,
  • picturesquely unpleasant,
  • unthinkably horrible,
  • tragic and undeserved,
  • deliberately malign,
  • tragically ironic,
  • inexorable, mysterious,
  • unreadable but manifestly evil,
  • exact awful,
  • interesting and well-deserved,
  • cruel and blind,
  • bloody and explosive,
  • undefined but unpleasant,
  • same disintegrative,
  • usual ultimate,
  • able and undeniable,
  • mighty, worthy,
  • probably righteous and well-deserved,
  • probably righteous,
  • maybe tempting,
  • complex, tragic,
  • ultimate, blasphemous,
  • simply tempting,
  • myriad nasty,
  • common novelistic,
  • legendarily apocalyptic,
  • undefined but certain,
  • diabolical, incredible,
  • inadequately stupendous,
  • increasingly dia­bolical,
  • same garbage-disposal,
  • awful, gruesome,
  • brittle, uncaring,
  • seemingly ineluctable,
  • latest trial,
  • possible sorry,
  • possible and diametrically opposite,
  • pervasive, malignant,
  • pronouncing dire,
  • tempting cruel,
  • miserable but still gallant,
  • wholly abhorrent,
  • disturbing and wholly abhorrent,
  • seemingly unconscionable,
  • vastly kinder,
  • evil and very shameful,
  • thine inevitable,
  • harsh, eternal,
  • female better,
  • miserable and gloomy,
  • again tempting,
  • hitherto hard,
  • blind, pitiless,
  • awful and undeserved,
  • fearful and infamous,
  • unpleasant and possibly terrible,
  • unspeakably horrible and revolting,
  • darkly horrible,
  • mysterious and darkly horrible,
  • woeful terrestrial,
  • swift, awful,
  • black disastrous,
  • similar, uncomfortable,
  • peculiar, stern,
  • sorrowful but relentless,
  • bloody trial,
  • capricious and unseen,
  • so-called unkind,
  • unexpected and perverse,
  • cruel, unexpected and perverse,
  • obstinate, inexorable,
  • perfect unknown,
  • irreversible arbitrary,
  • glorious and painful,
  • eternally blind,
  • miserable or happy,
  • briefly tangled,
  • strange and incomplete,
  • just tempting,
  • own doleful,
  • dia­bolical,
  • peculiar and ridiculous,
  • myriad potential,
  • same incendiary,
  • hard and inscrutable,
  • pitiable and cruel,
  • actual useful,
  • desperate and wild,
  • singular and mournful,
  • cruel, heart-rending,
  • inglorious and useless,
  • petty academic,
  • probably miserable,
  • righteous and well-deserved,
  • most unfair,
  • dark and certain,
  • more demeaning,
  • still gallant,
  • terrible but glorious,
  • great remorseless,
  • dark and unrelenting,
  • grim, merciless,
  • thy fearsome,
  • imminent and inevitable,
  • vaguely dreadful,
  • terrible and uncontrollable,
  • blind, merciless,
  • unspeakably terrible,
  • impending and terrible,
  • old and dreadful,
  • own tragical,
  • similar disastrous,
  • manifestly evil,
  • ingeniously cruel,
  • common ultimate,
  • somewhat unjust,
  • own thrifty,
  • grim and hostile,
  • unspeakably awful,
  • hard and undeserved,
  • nearly headless,
  • shameful and cruel,
  • same or worse,
  • same malign,
  • curiously hard,
  • own transcendental,
  • own parallel,
  • usual marital,
  • similar critical,
  • possibly worse,
  • probable speedy,
  • particular evil,
  • blind stupid,
  • various hideous,
  • same corrosive,
  • evil and malicious,
  • happy personal,
  • mysterious, awful,
  • similar sexual,
  • same ironic,
  • terrible unknown,
  • younger, fairer,
  • other gruesome,
  • horribly painful,
  • garbage-disposal,
  • swift sudden,
  • slow but inevitable,
  • own, thy,
  • equally dismal,
  • several suitable,
  • same distressing,
  • own inescapable,
  • less predictable,
  • same stark,
  • strange and hard,
  • single mortal,
  • equally nasty,
  • other adverse,
  • other harsh,
  • same ignominious,
  • better, happier,
  • own sorrowful,
  • disintegrative,
  • glad new,
  • cold, callous,
  • largely unknown,
  • quicker, kinder,
  • especially fearful,
  • always inimical,
  • unlucky gal,
  • different grim,
  • miserable and undeniable,
  • similar bestial,
  • implacable, unknowable,
  • dark, unspoken,
  • harsh, inglorious,
  • miserable and perfectly undeserved,
  • similarly ignoble,
  • banal, inhuman,
  • unknown but dreadful,
  • especially sadistic,
  • stern, inevitable,
  • tragical but glorious,
  • dizzy splendid,
  • conceivable ill,
  • dark invincible,
  • scandalously horrid,
  • signal and peculiar,
  • subsequent tragical,
  • however obliging,
  • enormous, human,
  • obvious and delectable,
  • insupportable and pitiful,
  • peculiar connubial,
  • final calamitous,
  • undecided or unfulfilled,
  • similar, cruel,
  • ultimate industrial,
  • scarce kinder,
  • unexpected and unhappy,
  • usual and not undeserved,
  • glorious and obscure,
  • ther sorry,
  • tragic unknown,
  • commodore eventual,
  • french commodore eventual,
  • kindred and unwelcome,
  • increasingly glutinous,
  • cruel but well-deserved,
  • good, different,
  • unmarried, hard,
  • bad, different,
  • sure but cruel,
  • certain and hopeless,
  • equally ignominious,
  • strangely vindictive,
  • else malevolent,
  • undeserved and tragic,
  • cruel and ironic,
  • singular but miserable,
  • rapidly impending,
  • obscure, wretched,
  • again inescapable,
  • certain, inexorable,
  • adverse and dreadful,
  • dreadful and ineluctable,
  • irrevocable, irresistible,
  • irresistible and inexorable,
  • generous but sometimes indiscriminating,
  • hardest, strangest,
  • mysterious and disastrous,
  • premature and tragical,
  • possibly sad,
  • horrible and unsatisfying,
  • oberthal, thy,
  • puzzling, painful,
  • mid doubtful,
  • stern impending,
  • grievous, miserable,
  • fiery but fitting,
  • strange and heroic,
  • hard and premature,
  • impending hideous,
  • sweeter, kinder,
  • sic dismal,
  • relentless, bitter,
  • persistently unkind,
  • relentlessly adverse,
  • again adverse,
  • possibly grim,
  • happy and unique,
  • singular and now incomprehensible,
  • vague tyrannical,
  • hard and monstrous,
  • ordinary proverbial,
  • calm, disdainful,
  • inevitable, ignominious,
  • ruthless avenging,
  • subsequent sad,
  • pitiful and colder,
  • miserable, hapless,
  • strangely exceptional,
  • disastrous and inscrutable,
  • quick and generally easy,
  • curious or fatuous,
  • happy and unnatural,
  • strong, inexorable,
  • perverse and unkind,
  • best and most merciful,
  • already uncontrolled,
  • mad, relentless,
  • similar watery,
  • pitiless and unjust,
  • adverse and inexorable,
  • mystical or noble,
  • perhaps repentant,
  • hideous and totally undeserved,
  • perchance hard,
  • imaginary harrowing,
  • special and horrible,
  • cruel inevitable,
  • awful, relentless,
  • sadly ironical,
  • thine impending,
  • incredibly unjust,
  • bitter and incredibly unjust,
  • hopeless and inexorable,
  • doleful and dreary,
  • heavy, weighty,
  • unhappy and undeserved,
  • mysteriously uncertain,
  • stupendous tragic,
  • greedily grim,
  • natural but hasty,
  • recent and deplorable,
  • longer tempting,
  • perfectly undeserved,
  • well-known dreadful,
  • better eternal,
  • uniformly lethal,
  • possibly terrible,
  • impersonal and pitiless,
  • terrible and unforeseen,
  • absurd and tragic,
  • disgusting and evil,
  • always grudging,
  • remorseless and inexorable,
  • consequent precarious,
  • incredible, preposterous,
  • cruel and indifferent,
  • sweet, inexplicable,
  • blind, inexorable,
  • bitterest, cruelest,
  • obscure and rigorous,
  • painful and inglorious,
  • abstract and invisible,
  • mysteriously malignant,
  • deplorable and tragic,
  • probable miserable,
  • actually tempting,
  • sad and unjust,
  • fair and decorous,
  • blind, malignant,
  • strangely wayward,
  • cruel, invisible,
  • oberthal,
  • strange, inexorable,
  • awful and unaccountable,
  • malign invisible,
  • terrible and inexorable,
  • cruel, horrid,
  • now incomprehensible,
  • less, capricious,
  • terrible and certain,
  • marvellously glorious,
  • unusually dreadful,
  • romantic, wonderful,
  • ironical malicious,
  • unique and horrible,
  • obscure and troubled,
  • miserable and desperate,
  • seemingly sure,
  • old, tranquil,
  • wild miserable,
  • certain and horrible,
  • horrible, malignant,
  • worse potential,
  • blind inexorable,
  • mere indulgent,
  • tragic and shameful,
  • seemingly unkind,
  • perhaps merciful,
  • sad, eventful,
  • unknown and awful,
  • sad matrimonial,
  • pitiless, inexorable,
  • awful and inevitable,
  • more supportable,
  • possible impending,
  • cruel unrelenting,
  • desolate and desperate,
  • mysterious and inexorable,
  • similarly cruel,
  • present cruel,
  • generally easy,
  • gloomy and obscure,
  • pitiless and relentless,
  • curiously ironic,
  • surely impending,
  • totally undeserved,
  • usual hapless,
  • particularly unkind,
  • foul and painful,
  • stern and speedy,
  • adverse financial,
  • sadly common,
  • less deplorable,
  • further bitter,
  • bitter scornful,
  • least miserable,
  • equally inexorable,
  • curiously bizarre,
  • late outrageous,
  • strange and untoward,
  • subsequent musical,
  • ly hard,
  • similarly happy,
  • sad and famous,
  • quick and short,
  • vaguely terrible,
  • great, gigantic,
  • inevitable and dreadful,
  • strangely perverse,
  • probably impending,
  • singular and incomprehensible,
  • perverse and cruel,
  • unhappy mortal,
  • dreadful unknown,
  • other and gentler,
  • insane and ridiculous,
  • cruel and protracted,
  • same undesirable,
  • cold relentless,
  • absolute and inevitable,
  • sad and hard,
  • still impending,
  • usual wretched,
  • similar ill,
  • terrible, incomprehensible,
  • cruel and cynical,
  • terrible and remorseless,
  • better material,
  • singularly perverse,
  • slow and miserable,
  • sufficiently bitter,
  • less inexplicable,
  • miserable hard,
  • sometimes worse,
  • sure and sudden,
  • thy sorry,
  • own ruinous,
  • similar dreadful,
  • forlorn and pitiable,
  • hard hard,
  • unknown, terrible,
  • subsequent hard,
  • less tragical,
  • same premature,
  • sad, dreadful,
  • shadowy, spectral,
  • similar or worse,
  • afraid thy,
  • real savage,
  • good or fair,
  • hard and horrible,
  • swift and tragic,
  • merciless and cruel,
  • apparently adverse,
  • unsettled political,
  • thy destructive,
  • usual tragic,
  • old, inevitable,
  • grim and merciless,
  • strange unheard-of,
  • hitherto hostile,
  • several evil,
  • seemingly hard,
  • down horrible,
  • great and ultimate,
  • bloody, violent,
  • thy dismal,
  • same speedy,
  • most cruel,
  • same auspicious,
  • almost farcical,
  • less enviable,
  • unknown and obscure,
  • subsequent ill,
  • long, such,
  • frank, joyous,
  • harsh, hard,
  • dubious and uncertain,
  • same ubiquitous,
  • cruel, unjust,
  • truly devastating,
  • long uncertain,
  • tragic and mysterious,
  • late painful,
  • more, thy,
  • somewhat tangled,
  • same indiscriminate,
  • thy horrid,
  • wholly undeserved,
  • grim, relentless,
  • thy ruthless,
  • cruel, remorseless,
  • dull, sad,
  • hard and merciless,
  • particularly terrible,
  • thy unfortunate,
  • strange and unhappy,
  • unhappy political,
  • truly distressing,
  • wild sad,
  • calm, imperturbable,
  • cold, malicious,
  • stupid blind,
  • evil and cruel,
  • blind, unthinking,
  • sweetest and noblest,
  • same partial,
  • singularly hard,
  • sad and shocking,
  • less appalling,
  • own idiotic,
  • truly hard,
  • awful and terrible,
  • own prospective,
  • forlorn and wretched,
  • such dishonorable,
  • tragic human,
  • miserable and unhappy,
  • financial and moral,
  • cruel and ignominious,
  • grim young,
  • still undecided,
  • less unhappy,
  • unspeakably horrible,
  • grand, solemn,
  • own merciless,
  • once imperial,
  • same perverse,
  • own unknown,
  • several unhappy,
  • still useful,
  • cruel, pitiless,
  • specific historical,
  • probably similar,
  • utterly irrational,
  • thy helpless,
  • grim and bitter,
  • brighter, happier,
  • blind, unconscious,
  • desperate human,
  • hard, relentless,
  • evil, evil,
  • wild and cruel,
  • more inexorable,
  • blind and brutal,
  • noblest and highest,
  • more pitiless,
  • present sad,
  • own wondrous,
  • exceedingly remarkable,
  • other uncomfortable,
  • same ecclesiastical,
  • same ignoble,
  • thy final,
  • usual and proper,
  • childish old,
  • thy ill,
  • exceedingly mild,
  • necessary and natural,
  • complete thy,
  • hard, uncompromising,
  • dark and uncertain,
  • exactly contrary,
  • same financial,
  • last unhappy,
  • bitter and terrible,
  • more horrific,
  • exceptionally hard,
  • mild and humane,
  • strange unaccountable,
  • present wretched,
  • exceedingly strange,
  • certain tragic,
  • easy-going old,
  • own desolate,
  • same merciless,
  • more blissful,
  • particularly hideous,
  • thy mystic,
  • different and better,
  • common grey,
  • such ultimate,
  • same inexorable,
  • same famous,
  • cold, relentless,
  • more tragical,
  • thy gloomy,
  • same uncomfortable,
  • exact opposite,
  • happiest possible,
  • still uncertain,
  • strange and cruel,
  • particularly cruel,
  • same stubborn,
  • still mysterious,
  • worse and slower,
  • separate and irrevocable,
  • precarious problematical,
  • own, immediate,
  • inscrutable and gloomy,
  • gruesome and well-deserved,
  • obviously gruesome,
  • unnamed but obviously gruesome,
  • unwittingly tempting,
  • tragic and scandalous,
  • similar unjust,
  • sad and predictable,
  • sordid, horrifying,
  • imminent and obvious,
  • amusingly appropriate,
  • delicious and amusingly appropriate,
  • horrifying, terrifying,
  • dismal and terminal,
  • curious and baleful,
  • common mysterious,
  • implacable and obscure,
  • inscrutable, joyless,
  • sad injurious,
  • again pernicious,
  • shameful, hideous,
  • dark and untoward,
  • undaunted, worse,
  • slothful bloodless,
  • blind and relentless,
  • probable hideous,
  • sadder thy,
  • barren and hopeless,
  • dark unavoidable,
  • well-known and miserable,
  • huge inscrutable,
  • hard and far different,
  • unwritten, ancestral,
  • inscrutable and untoward,
  • complex and disquieting,
  • envious and capricious,
  • greedy and unequal,
  • unknown and frightful,
  • black and merciless,
  • suitably terrible,
  • last and most horrible,
  • indeed worse,
  • incredible and unjust,
  • tragic, exceptional,
  • grim, ruthless,
  • dark, ultimate,
  • certain thy,
  • ultimate probable,
  • persistent adverse,
  • ample other,
  • empty, desperate,
  • restless hungry,
  • most monstrous,
  • odd, terrible,
  • thy impending,
  • unknown and inscrutable,
  • mortal thy,
  • fairer, happier,
  • equally inconspicuous,
  • terribly uncertain,
  • romantic and eventful,
  • fitting final,
  • own untoward,
  • mournful, mournful,
  • mechanical and materialistic,
  • same excruciating,
  • blind and capricious,
  • turbulent and stormy,
  • especially vile,
  • cruel and hideous,
  • now cruel,
  • grossly unjust,
  • same horrific,
  • less ignominious,
  • harsh and inexorable,
  • same calamitous,
  • now evident,
  • own adverse,
  • dull and uneventful,
  • sad, unhappy,
  • much adverse,
  • strange perverse,
  • unduly severe,
  • thy doubtful,
  • such tangled,
  • blind and cruel,
  • sudden and cruel,
  • specially happy,
  • new and joyous,
  • possible ultimate,
  • more unkind,
  • thy dreary,
  • sad thy,
  • now imminent,
  • great and everlasting,
  • same deplorable,
  • thy gray,
  • own speedy,
  • far sadder,
  • perhaps worse,
  • sad human,
  • especially human,
  • thy brilliant,
  • same sorry,
  • absolute and unconditional,
  • worst imaginable,
  • thy awful,
  • wretched and miserable,
  • such heinous,
  • same poetical,
  • comparatively happy,
  • other dire,
  • own dire,
  • own sublime,
  • thy latest,
  • equally certain,
  • apparently inevitable,
  • ever human,
  • infinitely worse,
  • same horrid,
  • thy better,
  • strange and tragic,
  • more overwhelming,
  • sudden and awful,
  • own inevitable,
  • great and happy,
  • social and individual,
  • thy strange,
  • thy evil,
  • liquified,
  • similar, unpleasant,
  • pitiless and immovable,
  • terrible, undeserved,
  • own unfair,
  • somehow tempting,
  • stormy, doubtful,
  • inexorable and terrible,
  • pitiless and irresistible,
  • thy joyless,
  • simply adverse,
  • tremendous and harder,
  • irresistible, inexorable,
  • odd and wayward,
  • monstrous, unexpected,
  • strange relentless,
  • cruel and awkward,
  • benevolent, generous,
  • sudden tragical,
  • blind, remorseless,
  • same prospective,
  • unknown and horrible,
  • cruel, deliberate,
  • meanest conceivable,
  • miserably cruel,
  • perhaps separate,
  • harsh, relentless,
  • mere sad,
  • seemingly impending,
  • wretched, horrible,
  • certainly worse,
  • similar untoward,
  • dark and relentless,
  • common and inevitable,
  • worthy better,
  • terrible underground,
  • own surprising,
  • large and sombre,
  • same innocuous,
  • fearful, fearful,
  • fierce, destructive,
  • truly deplorable,
  • seemingly cruel,
  • hard, unhappy,
  • equally tragic,
  • other unspeakable,
  • few happier,
  • same gruesome,
  • blind, deaf,
  • sad and cruel,
  • own sure,
  • less disastrous,
  • violent and unjust,
  • unexpected and sudden,
  • less horrible,
  • terrible and unexpected,
  • thine awful,
  • other ill,
  • own obvious,
  • thy fiery,
  • wretched, miserable,
  • cruel and barbarous,
  • sad and terrible,
  • more indulgent,
  • far happier,
  • sad and bitter,
  • common political,
  • more dire,
  • more propitious,
  • many unhappy,
  • same gloomy,
  • own unfortunate,
  • recent and unworthy,
  • aforementioned miserable,
  • sad and joyless,
  • unprecedentedly sorrowful,
  • already cruel,
  • savage but swift,
  • thy adverse,
  • special malignant,
  • now unwieldy,
  • always tempting,
  • less dire,
  • rather hideous,
  • unkind and unjust,
  • grim and unrelenting,
  • many harder,
  • away ill,
  • same watery,
  • peculiarly nasty,
  • strange and paradoxical,
  • great and transcendent,
  • own happier,
  • precious fine,
  • own strategic,
  • less ignoble,
  • far preferable,
  • mysterious and unknown,
  • own disastrous,
  • own matrimonial,
  • particularly horrible,
  • stern, unyielding,
  • peculiarly happy,
  • thy bitter,
  • such questionable,
  • same hideous,
  • more pitiful,
  • own better,
  • many worse,
  • inevitable and unseen,
  • hideous blood-filled,
  • different and hypothetical,
  • less squalid,
  • brave thy,
  • probable ultimate,
  • apparently certain,
  • own sore,
  • whole subsequent,
  • poor sad,
  • more despicable,
  • equally terrible,
  • same relentless,
  • thy wretched,
  • same unknown,
  • own cruel,
  • blood-filled,
  • thy dark,
  • unknown but presumably horrible,
  • seeming cruel,
  • wholly possible,
  • presumably horrible,
  • grim eternal,
  • terrible universal,
  • particularly ominous,
  • singular ill,
  • thy threadbare,
  • slow german,
  • cruel, inexorable,
  • same flaming,
  • former unhappy,
  • seemingly inevitable,
  • less cruel,
  • distant, perverse,
  • probably worse,
  • dreadful and mysterious,
  • more ignominious,
  • own certain,
  • thy dreadful,
  • more dreary,
  • such ignoble,
  • more ignoble,
  • thy sad,
  • more unhappy,
  • thy disastrous,
  • cruel and malign,
  • mystical and artificial,
  • ancient stoical,
  • equally horrid,
  • far kinder,
  • same dire,
  • same inevitable,
  • own ill,
  • same miserable,
  • own possible,
  • more merciful,
  • more tragic,
  • violent and mysterious,
  • few worse,
  • same disastrous,
  • own sorry,
  • hard and cruel,
  • such ill,
  • less happy,
  • dark and mysterious,
  • same, relentless,
  • slower but harder,
  • same tragic,
  • same unhappy,
  • still harder,
  • same grim,
  • own evil,
  • thy unhappy,
  • own eventual,
  • dark and dreadful,
  • same horrible,
  • cruel, cruel,
  • same awful,
  • thine evil,
  • good or evil,
  • own imminent,
  • hard, hard,
  • same terrible,
  • strange and terrible,
  • same ill,
  • thy hapless,
  • own probable,
  • thy hard,
  • more bitter,
  • luckiest,
  • own tragic,
  • ineluctable,
  • more horrible,
  • own impending,
  • own unhappy,
  • same dreadful,
  • more happy,
  • preferable,
  • thy cruel,
  • much worse,
  • more glorious,
  • own ultimate,
  • strange, bittersweet,
  • almost certain,
  • bittersweet,
  • far different,
  • same hard,
  • same sad,
  • same cruel,
  • more dreadful,
  • inglorious,
  • propitious,
  • irrevocable,
  • undeserved,
  • more cruel,
  • far worse,
  • own sad,
  • enviable,
  • sadder,
  • more terrible,
  • unrelenting,
  • well-deserved,
  • avenging,
  • unavoidable,
  • malign,
  • own hard,
  • unjust,
  • ignominious,
  • wayward,
  • harder,
  • perverse,
  • tragical,
  • disastrous,
  • relentless,
  • unkind,
  • eventual,
  • uncertain,
  • untoward,
  • happier,
  • hapless,
  • inexorable,
  • tempting,
  • adverse,
  • ill,
  • probable,
  • inevitable,
  • awful,
  • impending,
  • tragic,
  • horrible,
  • evil,
  • dreadful,
  • worse,
  • ultimate,
  • unhappy,
  • terrible,
  • similar,
  • cruel,
  • hard,
  • sad.
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