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Geo 17 1 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on

your way out of the room. 5 Facts from CNN. Number each fact. Complete Sentences. Indian

Subcontinent separate region of the Asian Continent

Plate Collision in the earths crust caused the Himalaya Mountains Elevation is the height above sea level Less Oxygen challenge faced by people

living in the Himalaya Mountains Mountains and Oceans were natural barriers that protected South Asia from invaders, which allowed civilizations to flourish

Summer Monsoon wet Winter Monsoon dry describes Indias monsoon seasons Monsoon winds from

the Indian Ocean bring heavy rain to South Asia in the summer

Dry Monsoon blow across South Asia from the northeast People in South Asia store extra water during the summer monsoon to use during the dry winter monsoon. Thar Desert receives the least amount of

rain from summer or winter monsoons Melting snow from the Himalaya Mountains runs into the rivers this help form South Asias major rivers India conservation of the rivers is a national issue

Ganges Delta place where the Ganges empties into the Bay of Bengal Growing Population more human waste to dispose of this lead to pollution of the Ganges River.

City of Varanasi produces much more raw sewage than it can process this is a major cause of pollution of the Ganges River Chemicals Industry pollutes the Ganges River

Polluted Water unsafe to drink, this affects people in South Asia Chemicals released into rivers in Bangladesh by industries can cause diseases such as cancer

Polluted Water leads to disease in South Asia because there arent enough sewers and sewage treatment plants to provide safe drinking water Protecting tigers in Bangladesh an

example of conservation Arable Land suitable for farming People living in mountain villages in South Asia grow enough food for their families but not enough to sell to

anyone else People living in mountain villages Subsistence Farming Farmers grow rice in the mountain villages of Bhutan

Green Revolution increased the crop yield in India by using new seeds chemical fertilizers and pesticides Green Revolution damaged the environment through use of pesticides

Wealthy farmers benefited the most from the Green Revolution Green Revolution harmed the environment so South Asia now emphasize Sustainable Agriculture

Sustainable Agriculture techniques such as natural fertilizers to maintain high

crop yields without damaging the environment Geo Chapter 17 Lesson 1

Quiz Copy questions and underline answers. If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero. 1. What helps form South Asias

major rivers? 471 2. Describe the food situation for people living in mountain villages in South Asia. 472

3. Why do people in South Asia store extra water during the summer monsoon? 474 4. Where is the place the Ganges empties into the Bay-of-Bengal?

470 5. What is a challenge is faced by people living in the Himalaya Mountains? 472

6. What area receives the least amount of rain from summer or winter monsoons? 474 7. What was formed by two plates colliding in South Asia?

472 8. What best describes Indias monsoon seasons? 474 9. What monsoon blows across

South Asia from the northeast? 474 10. What harmed the environment so South Asia now emphasize sustainable

agriculture? 476 Geo Chapter 17 Lesson 1

1. Melting snow from the Himalaya Mountains 2. grow food for their families but not enough to sell 3. use during the dry monsoon

4. Ganges-Delta 5. Less oxygen 6. Thar-Desert 7. Himalaya Mountains 8. summer monsoon wet, winter monsoon dry 9. dry

10. Green-Revolution 51 Collision of plates in the earths crust caused the Himalayas to form. 470 75 Mountains and oceans were natural barriers that protected South Asia from invaders, which allowed civilizations to flourish. 471 62 Farmers grow rice in the mountain villages of Bhutan. 472

63 Monsoon from the Indian Ocean bring heavy rain to South Asia in the summer. 474 29 One result of the Green-Revolution for India greatly increased its food production. 476 tttttt 54 Suitable for farming is the main characteristic of arable-land. 476 64 Wealthy farmers benefited the most from the Green Revolution. 476 55 Damage to the environment was a negative effect of the Green Revolution. 476 67 The Green Revolution increased crop yields but damaged the environment through use of pesticides.

Sustainable agriculture uses techniques such as natural fertilizers to maintain high crop yields without damaging the environment. 476 56 Natural fertilizers is be used in sustainable agriculture. 476 5 The city of Varanasi produces more raw sewage than it can process this is a major cause of pollution of the Ganges River. 478 aaaaaaa 30 A growing population means more human waste to dispose of this lead to pollution of the Ganges

River. 478 tttttt 57 Protecting tigers in Bangladesh is an example of conservation. 478 Geo 17-2

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Geo 17 2 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of

the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. 5 Facts from CNN. Number each fact. Complete Sentences.

Geo 17 2 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on

your way out of the room. 5 Facts from CNN. Number each fact. Complete Sentences. Dams in India have reduced the flow of water to

Bangladeshs rivers this has caused droughts Population of Bangladesh has drained aquifers in

response to reduced water flow Millions of South Asians

lack safe water because of arsenic in well water in Bangladesh

Rivers provide water for drinking, farming, and industry and are so important to peoples lives Several major rivers, including the Indus, have their source in Kashmir

Pakistan and India (Kashmir) want to have control over river resources Rising Temperatures increased evaporation and drought this effects the availability of water in South Asia

Harappan Civilization farming villages on the Indus River developed into cities Harappan Civilization city planning

and a system of measurement Harappan Empire practiced Hinduism and made important cultural contributions to India beginning in A.D.

Aryan Civilization Under the Caste System, occupation was a persons place in Aryan Society Sanskrit language came from the Aryan

civilization Mauryan Empire Buddhism began in South Asia and was supported by the Mauryan Empire.

There is a path to move beyond suffering is a belief of Buddhism. Mughal Empire

Islam religion became a large minority in South Asia under the Mughal Empire. British raj ruled India after the Mughal Empire. Colony of

Britain, India (Subcontinent )had to import manufactured goods from

Britain. Gandhi promote Indian independence through civil disobedience. Partition caused problems for both Hindus and

Muslims who lived in India. Many Hindus who lived in Pakistan moved to India. Many Muslims who lived in India moved to Pakistan.

They moved because there was violence between Hindus and Muslims. These countries still have the same religions today. Bangladesh

mostly Muslim country was known as East Pakistan between 1947 and 1971.

Hinduism associated with the Bhagavad Gita Bhagavad Gita help Gandhi by maintaining inner peace in difficult times

Geo Chapter 17 Lesson 2 Quiz Copy questions and underline answers. If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero.

1. What in India have reduced the flow of water to Bangladeshs rivers this has caused droughts? 480

2. What religion became a large minority in South Asia under the Mughal Empire? 484 3. What religion says there is a path to move beyond suffering?

486 4. What civilization was associated with city planning and a system of measurement? 482

5. What developed civilization the Sanskrit language? 482 6. What empire practiced Hinduism and made important

cultural contributions to India beginning in A.D. 320? 484 7. Who promote Indian independence through civil disobedience? 488

8. Name the mostly Muslim country was known as East Pakistan between 1947 and 1971. 488

9. In India what was a persons occupation and a persons place in society based on? 482 10. What religion began in South Asia and was supported by the

Mauryan Empire? 484 Geo Chapter 17 Lesson 2

1. Dams 2. Islam 3. Buddhism

4. Harappan 5. Aryan 6. Harappan 7. Gandhi 8. Bangladesh 9. caste system

10. Buddhism

31 When water is polluted it is unsafe to drink this affects people in South Asia. 480 ttttt 58 Millions of South Asians lack safe water because of arsenic in well water in Bangladesh. 480 65 By flushing chemicals industry pollutes the Ganges River. 480 59 The population of Bangladesh has drained aquifers in response to reduced water flows in rivers. 480

68 Polluted water leads to disease in South Asia because there arent enough sewers and sewage treatment plants to provide safe drinking water. 480 69Many wells in Bangladesh have the poison arsenic in them. Chemicals released into rivers by industries can cause diseases such as cancer. 480 76 Several major rivers, including the Indus, have their source in Kashmir. 481 77Since rivers provide water for drinking, farming, and industry are so important to peoples lives, both Pakistan and India

want to have control over this important resource. 481 66 The effect of rising temperatures on the availability of water in South Asia is increase evaporation and drought. 481 Section 2 60 The Harappan civilization was based on the Indus River. 482 69 Farming villages on the Indus River developed into cities, this led to the development of the Harappan civilization. 482 53 After partition people moved because there was violence between Hindus and Muslims. 488

73 As a colony of Britain, it had to import manufactured goods from Britain. 488 71 The British raj ruled India after the Mughal Empire. 489 35 Hinduism is associated with the Bhagavad Gita. 490 ttttt 74 The Bhagavad-Gita help Gandhi by maintaining inner peace in difficult times. 490 Geo 18-1

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paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. 5 Facts from CNN. Number each fact. Complete Sentences.

Hinduism majority religion of India Hindu Belief, Karma determines the form that a soul will take in the next life.

Vedas sacred Hindu texts that date back to Aryan civilization. Mahabaharata & Ramayana epic poems that teach Hindu beliefs.

Hindu Belief many deities in their religion all come from Brahman. Hindu Belief spiritual force that unifies universe. Shiva Hindu deity considered the destroyer of the

universe. Pilgrims travel to the city of Varanasi to worship by the Ganges, which they believe is sacred. Hindu Belief, untouchables lowestranked Varna in the Caste System.

In India the people who perform the lowest jobs are considered

Untouchable Last 50 years discrimination has been outlawed by the constitution, this has changed the Caste System.

Indian children must attend school until they reach age of 14. Rising Literacy Rate statistic shows that the region of South Asia is developing.

Western culture has influenced clothing choices, sports, and music in South Asia. Sari traditional clothing

worn by Indian women. Bhutanese herders

wear coats and yak hair hats to protect them from the cold.

Sri Lankan fishermen dress lightly because of the heat. Rice common in Bangladesh and eastern and southern India. Chapati flat wheat bread eaten in northern India.

Many Indians vegetarian because, they believe that cows are sacred. Bhangra form of folk dance and music from the Punjab.

Mumbai makes films in Hindi while Chennai makes films in Tamil. Indian movies are becoming popular around the world. Geo Chapter 18 Lesson 1

Quiz Copy questions and underline answers. If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero. 1. Where do the Hindus believe

the many deities in their religion all come from? 496 2. Where do Pilgrims travel to worship by the Ganges, which they believe is sacred? 496

3. What has changed in India since the Constitution outlawed discrimination? 496 4. According to Hindu belief,

what determines the form that a soul will take in the next life? 496 5. What is the majority religion of India? 496

6. Who are the people in India that perform the lowest jobs are considered? 496 7. Who is the Hindu deity

considered the destroyer of the universe? 496 8. Name a form of folk dance and music from the Punjab. 502

9. What is a flat wheat bread eaten in the northern India? 500 10. Name the sacred Hindu texts that date back to Aryan civilization. 496

Geo Chapter 18 Lesson 1

1. Brahman 2. Varanasi 3. caste-system 4. Karma

5. Hinduism 6. Untouchable 7. Shiva 8. Bhangra 9. Chapati 10. Vedas

* Hindus believe the many deities in their religion all come from Brahman. 496 aaaaaaa * According to Hindu belief, Untouchables is the lowest-ranked Varna in the caste system. 496 * Mahabaharata and Ramayana are epic poems that teach Hindu beliefs. 496 tttttttt * Indian children must attend school until they reach what age of 14. 500

* The rising literacy rate statistic shows that the region of South Asia is developing. 500 * Bhutanese herders wear coats and yak hair hats to protect them from the cold. 500 * Sri Lankan fishermen dress lightly because of the heat. 500. * Rice is common in Bangladesh and the eastern and southern India. 500 * Western culture has influenced clothing choices, sports, and music in South Asia. 500 * Many Indians vegetarian because, they believe that cows are sacred. 501

Mumbai makes films in Hindi while Chennai makes films in Tamil. 503 ttttttttt ttt 10. What is the traditional clothing worn by Indian women? 500 Sari Geo 18-2

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Geo 18 2 Enter room, and take assigned seat quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on

your way out of the room. 5 Facts from CNN. Number each fact. Complete Sentences. India adopted democratic constitution in

1949. Meira Kumar first woman to hold speaker of the lower house of Parliament. Indian and U.S. Federal Republics, both

have three branches of government. India different from United States in having a parliament and prime minister. Parliament and state legislatures elects the

president of India. India experiencing the fastest population growth in South Asia. Experts believe India will become the

worlds most populous nation by 2030. Best economic description of India, Developing Nation becoming an Emerging Market.

Microlending term used for the practice of making small loans to people starting their own businesses. Indias Middle Class equal to the population of the United States.

Indias Gross Domestic Product has increased 7 percent a year over the last 20 years. Indian government building the

Golden Quadrilateral to improve transportation Golden

Quadrilateral faster form of information technology.

U.S. Telecommunications Industry outsourcing call center jobs to India. Outsourcing of U.S. service jobs has been a big part of Indias economic growth.

Bangalore city leading center of the telecommunications service industry. 1998 Indias government started to

build thousands of miles of new roads. Indias population growing very quickly, so

Indian government working to improve infrastructure. Geo Chapter 18 Lesson 2 Quiz

Copy questions and underline answers. If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero. 1. What is the Indian government working to improve

Because Indias population is growing very quickly? 504 2. What has increased 7 percent a year over the last 20 years in India? 506

3. Who was the first woman to hold speaker of the lower house of Indias Parliament? 504 4. What city is a leading center

of the telecommunications service industry? 506 5. What is the term used for the practice of making small loans to people starting their own

businesses? 506 6. What has the Indian government has been building the to improve transportation? 508

7. What form of government does India have? 504 8. When do experts believe India will become the worlds most

populous nation? 504 9. What position does the Indian Parliament and State Legislatures elect? 509

10. What is the best economic description of India? 506

1. infrastructure 2. Gross Domestic Product 3. Meira-Kumar 4. Bangalore

5. Microlending 6. Golden Quadrilateral 7. federal republic 8. 2030 9. president 10. developing nation that is becoming an emerging market

73 India adopted a democratic constitution in 1949. 504 * Both the Indian and U.S. government are Federal-Republics, and both have three branches of government. 504 tttttt * India is different from the United States in having a parliament and prime minister. 504

30 Indias government has three branches like that of the United States. 504 54 Indian movies are becoming popular around the world. 504 58 India is experiencing the fastest population growth in South Asia. 504 6 Indias middle-class is equal to the population of the United States. 506 ttttttt 75 The U.S. telecommunications industry has been outsourcing call center jobs to India. 506

7 The outsourcing of U.S. service jobs has been a big part of Indias economic growth. 506 ttttttt 71 The Golden-Quadrilateral is a faster form of information technology. 508 Geo 18-3

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paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. 5 Facts from CNN. Number each fact. Complete Sentences.

Urban population of India increased from 60 million to 300 million during the period 1951 2001. Factory Jobs in cities pull factor that helps

explain the way the rural and urban population of India is changing. Secondary City term used for a community developed near a major city to relieve overcrowding.

Pakistan people are leaving rural areas and moving to the cities. Lahore a city of Pakistan has nearly 13 million people. Mohammed

Ali Jinnah led the founding of Pakistan. Pakistan

alternated between civilian and military governments, since its

founding in 1947. Division into Provinces a characteristic of Pakistan has been an obstacle to unity.

Pakistan and India had tense relations for several decades because conflict over control of Kashmir. Kashmir region that both Pakistan and India claim.

Pakistan government has difficulty controlling the Afghanistan border. Bangladeshs government became

democratically elected in 1991. No Surplus Crops so

Bangladesh has difficulty finding products to export.

Overpopulation one of the main causes of poverty in Bangladesh. Rice frequently the center of

the meal in Bangladesh and eastern and southern India.

Cyclones frequently occur in Bangladesh.

Garment Manufacturing example of a new industry in Bangladesh. Bangladesh has 8 million children working in factories, they are not in school gaining an education, and education helps a

country develop economically. Geo Chapter 18 Lesson 3 Quiz Copy questions and underline answers.

If you do not answer last question, you will receive a zero. 1. What is a pull factor that helps explain the way the rural and urban population of India is

changing? 510 2. What is the term used for a community developed near a major city to relieve overcrowding? 511

3.Name a city of Pakistan that has nearly 13 million people. 510 4. Who led the founding of Pakistan? 512

5. Why has Pakistan and India had tense relations for several decades? 513 6. What country has alternated

between civilian and military governments, since its founding in 1947? 512 7. Name one of the main causes of poverty in Bangladesh. 514

8. What is an example of a new industry in Bangladesh? 514 9. Name a characteristic of Pakistan that has been an

obstacle to unity. 512 10. Why does Bangladesh have difficulty finding products to export? 514

Geo 18-3

1. Factory Jobs 2. Secondary city 3. Lahore 4. Mohammed Ali Jinnah 5. control of Kashmir 6. Pakistan

7. Overpopulation 8. Garment manufacturing 9. Division into provinces 10. No surplus crops 77 The urban population of India increased from 60 million to 300 million

during the period 19512001. 510 59 The Pakistani government have difficulty controlling the Afghanistan border. 513 80 Kashmir is a region that both Pakistan and India claim. 513 60 Bangladeshs government became democratically elected in 1991. 514

53 Rice is frequently the center of the meal in Bangladesh and eastern and southern India. 514 81 Cyclones frequently occur in Bangladesh. 514 3 Bangladesh has 8 million children working in factories, they are not in school gaining an education, and education helps a country develop economically. 514

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Geo Unit 9 Study Guide Geo 17-1 Himalaya Mountains Mountain Villages

Monsoon Ganges-Delta Thar-Desert Geo 17-2 India Dams Mughal Empire

Buddhism Geo 18-1 Hindus Varanasi Karma

Untouchables Geo 18-2 Indias Population Indias Economy 18-3 Pull Factor

Secondary city Geo Unit 9 Study Guide Geo 17-1 Himalaya Mountains

Mountain Villages Monsoon Ganges-Delta Thar-Desert Geo 17-2 India Dams

Mughal Empire Buddhism Geo 18-1 Hindus Varanasi

Karma Untouchables Geo 18-2 Indias Population Indias Economy 18-3

Pull Factor Secondary city Geo 17 & 18 Map Create and color a map of the Indian Subcontinent countries (label) (6), the

major bodies of water (1 sea, 1 bay, 2 rivers), the mountain ranges (1), plains (1) desert (1), and its major plateau (1). Include capitals and worlds highest point. Turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. 469, 470

Major Grade Writing (Labels)= 30 Points (at least an inch) Map (Picture) = 40 Points Entire Page = 10 Points

Color = 20 Points Geo Unit 9 Test Geo Unit 9 Test Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your test into Tray #2 and your answers in Tray #1.

Major Grade

1. 16. 2. 17.

3. 18. 4. 19. 5. 20.

6. 21. 7. 22. 8. 23.

9. 24. 10. 25. 11. 26. 12. 27. 13. 28.

14. 15. 26. Essay 27. Essay Name

Date Period Geo Unit 9 Test Do not write on

test. Geo Unit 9 Video Geo Unit 9 Video Enter room, and take assigned seat

quietly. Put your name, date, and period on the top right-hand side of a piece of paper. Do NOT write in red. At the end of the period, turn your paper into Tray #1 as you exit the room. Fact from each story on CNN

10 Facts from each Video Number each fact Videos Discovery Atlas: India Revealed 1:38:11 Mystic Lands: Varanasi: City of Lights 25:00 India

Geography of the World: South Asia: Land and Resources 21:00 India Geography of the World: South Asia: The People 22:00 India Religions of the World: Hinduism 28:00 India The Jeff Corwin Experience: India: The people and the

Environment 42:03 Geo Chapter 17 Lesson 1 Quiz Copy questions and underline answers. 1. What helps form South Asias major rivers? 471 2. Describe the food situation for people living in mountain villages in South Asia. 472 3. Why do people in South Asia store extra water during the summer monsoon? 474

4. Where is the place the Ganges empties into the Bay-of-Bengal? 470 5. What is a challenge is faced by people living in the Himalaya Mountains? 472 6. What area receives the least amount of rain from summer or winter monsoons? 474 7. What was formed by two plates colliding in South Asia? 472 8. What best describes Indias monsoon seasons? 474 9. What monsoon blows across South Asia from the northeast? 474

10. What harmed the environment so South Asia now emphasize sustainable agriculture? 476 Geo Chapter 17 Lesson 2 Quiz Copy questions and underline answers. 1. What in India have reduced the flow of water to Bangladeshs rivers this has caused droughts? 480 2. What religion became a large minority in South Asia under the Mughal Empire? 484

3. What religion says there is a path to move beyond suffering? 486 4. What civilization was associated with city planning and a system of measurement? 482 5. What developed civilization the Sanskrit language? 482 6. What empire practiced Hinduism and made important cultural contributions to India beginning in A.D. 320? 484 7. Who promote Indian independence through civil disobedience? 488 8. Name the mostly Muslim country was known as East Pakistan between 1947 and 1971. 488

9. In India what was a persons occupation and a persons place in society based on? 482 10. What religion began in South Asia and was supported by the Mauryan Empire? 484 Geo Chapter 18 Lesson 1 Quiz Copy questions and underline answers. 1. Where do the Hindus believe the many deities in their religion all come from? 496 2. Where do Pilgrims travel to worship by the Ganges, which they believe is sacred? 496

3. What has changed in India since the Constitution outlawed discrimination? 496 4. According to Hindu belief, what determines the form that a soul will take in the next life? 496 5. What is the majority religion of India? 496 6. Who are the people in India that perform the lowest jobs are considered? 496 7. Who is the Hindu deity considered the destroyer of the universe? 496 8. Name a form of folk dance and music from the Punjab. 502

9. What is a flat wheat bread eaten in the northern India? 500 10. Name the sacred Hindu texts that date back to Aryan civilization. 496 Geo Chapter 18 Lesson 2 Quiz Copy questions and underline answers.

1. What is the Indian government working to improve Because Indias population is growing very quickly? 504 2. What has increased 7 percent a year over the last 20 years in India? 506 3. Who was the first woman to hold speaker of the lower house of Indias Parliament? 504 4. What city is a leading center of the telecommunications service industry? 506 5. What is the term used for the practice of making small loans to people starting their own businesses? 506 6. What has the Indian government has been building the to improve transportation? 508

7. What form of government does India have? 504 8. When do experts believe India will become the worlds most populous nation? 504 9. What position does the Indian Parliament and State Legislatures elect? 509 10. What is the best economic description of India? 506

Geo Chapter 18 Lesson 3 Quiz Copy questions and underline answers. 1. What is a pull factor that helps explain the way the rural and urban population of India is changing? 510 2. What is the term used for a community developed near a major city to relieve overcrowding? 511 3. Name a city of Pakistan that has nearly 13 million people. 510 4. Who led the founding of Pakistan? 512 5. Why has Pakistan and India had tense relations for several decades? 513

6. What country has alternated between civilian and military governments, since its founding in 1947? 512 7. Name one of the main causes of poverty in Bangladesh. 514 8. What is an example of a new industry in Bangladesh? 514 9. Name a characteristic of Pakistan that has been an obstacle to unity. 512 10. Why does Bangladesh have difficulty finding products to export? 514

Geo 17 & 18 Map Create and color a map of the Indian Subcontinent countries (label) (6), the major bodies of water (1 sea, 1 bay, 2 rivers), the mountain ranges (1), plains (1) desert (1), and its major plateau (1). Include capitals and worlds highest point. Turn your paper into tray #1 on your way out of the room. 469, 470

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