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Quoted index: BIBLEBYAUTHORS- Mark:

kjv@Mark: kjv@AUTHOR: John Mark - A.D. 50 - NEW TESTAMENT - Gospels

Quoted index: BIBLEBOOKSUMMARY- MARK:

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kjv@Mark:1 MARK - The Gospel of Mark, the shortest, is also held by most to be the first of the Gospels to be written. A tradition dating from the 2nd century ascribes this book to John Mark, a companion of Peter and also of Paul and Barnabas in their missionary endeavors. The preaching of Peter may well have been the source of most of Mark’s material. Mark accounts for the ministry of Jesus from His Baptism to His Ascension. Most commentaries agree that Mark’s purpose was neither biographical nor historical, but theological: to present Jesus as the Christ, the mighty worker rather than great teacher. Hence, Mark makes fewer references to the Parables and discourses, but meticulously records each of Jesus’ "mighty works" as evidence of His divine power. Mark contains 20 specific miracles and alludes to others. Bible scholars quite generally agree that Mark wrote his Gospel in Rome for the gentiles.


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Mark @ the evangelist; "John whose surname was Mark" kjv@Acts:12:12 kjv@Acts:12:25). Mark (Marcus, kjv@Colossians:4:10, etc.) was his Roman name, which gradually came to supersede his Jewish name John. He is called John in kjv@Acts:13:5 kjv@Acts:13:13, and Mark in 15:39, kjv@2Timothy:4:11, etc. He was the son of Mary, a woman apparently of some means and influence, and was probably born in Jerusalem, where his mother resided kjv@Acts:12:12). Of his father we know nothing. He was cousin of Barnabas kjv@Colossians:4:10). It was in his mother's house that Peter found "many gathered together praying" when he was released from prison; and it is probable that it was here that he was converted by Peter, who calls him his "son" ( kjv@1Peter:5:13). It is probable that the "young man" spoken of in kjv@Mark:14:51-52 was Mark himself. He is first mentioned in kjv@Acts:12:25. He went with Paul and Barnabas on their first journey (about A.D. 47) as their "minister," but from some cause turned back when they reached Perga in Pamphylia kjv@Acts:12:25 kjv@Acts:13:13). Three years afterwards a "sharp contention" arose between Paul and Barnabas (15:36-40), because Paul would not take Mark with him. He, however, was evidently at length reconciled to the apostle, for he was with him in his first imprisonment at Rome kjv@Colossians:4:10; kjv@Philemon:1:24). At a later period he was with Peter in Babylon ( kjv@1Peter:5:13), then, and for some centuries afterwards, one of the chief seats of Jewish learning; and he was with Timothy in Ephesus when Paul wrote him during his second imprisonment ( kjv@2Timothy:4:11). He then disappears from view.

Mark, Gospel according to @ It is the current and apparently well-founded tradition that Mark derived his information mainly from the discourses of Peter. In his mother's house he would have abundant opportunities of obtaining information from the other apostles and their coadjutors, yet he was "the disciple and interpreter of Peter" specially. As to the time when it was written, the Gospel furnishes us with no definite information. Mark makes no mention of the destruction of Jerusalem, hence it must have been written before that event, and probably about A.D. 63. The place where it was written was probably Rome. Some have supposed Antioch (comp. kjv@Mark:15:21 with kjv@Acts:11:20). It was intended primarily for Romans. This appears probable when it is considered that it makes no reference to the Jewish law, and that the writer takes care to interpret words which a Gentile would be likely to misunderstand, such as, "Boanerges" (3:17); "Talitha cumi" (5:41); "Corban" (7:11); "Bartimaeus" (10:46); "Abba" (14:36); "Eloi," etc. (15:34). Jewish usages are also explained (7:3; 14:3; 14:12; 15:42). Mark also uses certain Latin words not found in any of the other Gospels, as "speculator" (6:27, rendered, A.V., "executioner;" R.V., "soldier of his guard"), "xestes" (a corruption of sextarius, rendered "pots," 7:4,8), "quadrans" (12:42, rendered "a farthing"), "centurion" (15:39,44, 45). He only twice quotes from the Old Testament (1:2; 15:28). The characteristics of this Gospel are, (1) the absence of the genealogy of our Lord, (2) whom he represents as clothed with power, the "lion of the tribe of Judah." (3.) Mark also records with wonderful minuteness the very words (3:17; 5:41; 7:11-34; 14:36) as well as the position (9:35) and gestures (3:5,34; 5:32; 9:36; 10:16) of our Lord. (4.) He is also careful to record particulars of person (1:29,36; 3:6,22, etc.), number (5:13; 6:7, etc.), place (2:13; 4:1; 7:31, etc.), and time (1:35; 2:1; 4:35, etc.), which the other evangelists omit. (5.) The phrase "and straightway" occurs nearly forty times in this Gospel; while in Luke's Gospel, which is much longer, it is used only seven times, and in John only four times. "The Gospel of Mark," says Westcott, "is essentially a transcript from life. The course and issue of facts are imaged in it with the clearest outline." "In Mark we have no attempt to draw up a continuous narrative. His Gospel is a rapid succession of vivid pictures loosely strung together without much attempt to bind them into a whole or give the events in their natural sequence. This pictorial power is that which specially characterizes this evangelist, so that 'if any one desires to know an evangelical fact, not only in its main features and grand results, but also in its most minute and so to speak more graphic delineation, he must betake himself to Mark.'" The leading principle running through this Gospel may be expressed in the motto: "Jesus came...preaching the gospel of the kingdom" kjv@Mark:1:14). "Out of a total of 662 verses, Mark has 406 in common with Matthew and kjv@Luke:145 with kjv@Matthew:60 with Luke, and at most 51 peculiar to itself." (See MATTHEW.)

Market-place @ any place of public resort, and hence a public place or broad street kjv@Matthew:11:16 kjv@Matthew:20:3), as well as a forum or market-place proper, where goods were exposed for sale, and where public assemblies and trials were held kjv@Acts:16:19 kjv@Acts:17:17). This word occurs in the Old Testament only in kjv@Ezekiel:27:13. In early times markets were held at the gates of cities, where commodities were exposed for sale ( kjv@2Kings:7:18). In large towns the sale of particular articles seems to have been confined to certain streets, as we may infer from such expressions as "the bakers' street" kjv@Jeremiah:37:21), and from the circumstance that in the time of Josephus the valley between Mounts Zion and Moriah was called the Tyropoeon or the "valley of the cheesemakers."

Quoted index: BIBLEBYSTORYLINE- Mark:

kjv@Mark:1:1-8 John the Baptist Prepares the Way - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:1:9-13 The Baptism and Temptation of Jesus - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:1:14-20 The Calling of the First Disciples - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:1:21-28 Jesus Drives Out an Evil Spirit - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:1:29-34 Jesus Heals Many - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:1:35-39 Jesus Prays in a Solitary Place - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:1:40-45 A Man With Leprosy - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:2:1-12 Jesus Heals a Paralytic - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:2:13-17 The Calling of Levi - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:2:18-22 Jesus Questioned About Fasting - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:2:23-3:6 Lord of the Sabbath - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:3:7-12 Crowds Follow Jesus - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:3:13-19 The Appointing of the Twelve Apostles - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:3:20-30 Jesus and Beelzebub - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:3:31-35 Jesus' Mother and Brothers - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:4:1-20 The Parable of the Sower - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:4:21-25 A Lamp on a Stand - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:4:26-29 The Parable of the Growing Seed - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:4:30-34 The Parable of the Mustard Seed - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:4:35-41 Jesus Calms the Storm - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:5:1-20 The Healing of a Demon-possessed Man - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:5:21-43 A Dead Girl and a Sick Woman - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:6:1-6 A Prophet Without Honor - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:6:7-13 Jesus Sends Out the Twelve - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:6:14-29 John the Baptist Beheaded - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:6:30-44 Jesus Feeds the Five Thousand - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:6:45-56 Jesus Walks on the Water - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:7:1-23 Clean and Unclean - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:7:24-30 The Faith of a Syrophoenician Woman - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:7:31-37 The Healing of a Deaf and Mute Man - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:8:1-21 Jesus Feeds the Four Thousand - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:8:22-26 The Healing of a Blind Man at Bethsaida - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:8:27-30 Peter's Confession of Christ - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:8:31-9:1 Jesus Predicts His Death - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:9:2-13 The Transfiguration - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:9:14-32 The Healing of a Boy With an Evil Spirit - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:9:33-37 Who Is the Greatest - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:9:38-41 Whoever Is Not Against Us Is for Us - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:9:42-50 Causing to Sin - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:10:1-12 Divorce - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:10:13-16 The Little Children and Jesus - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:10:17-31 The Rich Young Man - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:10:32-34 Jesus Again Predicts His Death - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:10:35-45 The Request of James and John - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:10:46-52 Blind Bartimaeus Receives His Sight - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:11:1-11 The Triumphal Entry - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:11:12-19 Jesus Clears the Temple - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:11:20-26 The Withered Fig Tree - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:11:27-33 The Authority of Jesus Questioned - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:12:1-12 The Parable of the Tenants - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:12:13-17 Paying Taxes to Caesar - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:12:18-27 Marriage at the Resurrection - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:12:28-34 The Greatest Commandment - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:12:35-40 Whose Son Is the Christ - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:12:41-44 The Widow's Offering - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:13:1-31 Signs of the End of the Age - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:13:32-37 The Day and Hour Unknown - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:14:1-11 Jesus Anointed at Bethany - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:14:12-31 The Lord's Supper - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:14:32-42 Gethsemane - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:14:43-52 Jesus Arrested - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:14:53-65 Before the Sanhedrin - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:14:66-72 Peter Disowns Jesus - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:15:1-15 Jesus Before Pilate - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:15:16-20 The Soldiers Mock Jesus - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:15:21-32 The Crucifixion - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:15:33-41 The Death of Jesus - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:15:42-47 The Burial of Jesus - StorylinesNT
kjv@Mark:16 The Resurrection - StorylinesNT

Quoted index: BIBLEBYBOOKCHAPTER- Mark:

Info pBiblx2 System generated book chapter word character counts alongside most frequent word topic seeker links.
kjv@Mark Chapters=16 Verses=689 Words=15423 Chars=81873; 88 MAN 49 GOD 38 WILL 38 SON 32 SAW 30 HOUSE 26 JOHN 24 GREAT 23 WAY 22 DAY 21 KINGDOM 21 HAND 19 SEA 19 PETER 19 MOTHER 19 LORD 19 FATHER 18 SHIP 17 SPIRIT 17 MASTER
kjv@Mark:1 Verses=45 Words=930 Chars=5047; 6 JOHN 5 GALILEE 4 WILDERNESS 4 SPIRIT 4 GOD 3 WAY 3 VOICE 3 UNCLEAN 3 SYNAGOGUE 3 SON 3 SIMON 3 SAW 3 HAND 3 GOSPEL 3 ART 2 ZEBEDEE 2 WILL 2 WATER 2 SHIP 2 SEA
kjv@Mark:2 Verses=28 Words=724 Chars=3767; 7 MAN 6 NEW 5 SABBATH 5 PALSY 4 WINE 4 SON 4 SAW 4 PHARISEES 4 HOUSE 4 BED 3 PUBLICANS 3 OLD 3 GOD 3 BRIDEGROOM 2 WILL 2 PIECE 2 JOHN 2 DAY 2 CORN 1 WORD
kjv@Mark:3 Verses=35 Words=663 Chars=3648; 5 MOTHER 5 MAN 5 HOUSE 4 HAND 3 WILL 3 SON 3 SATAN 3 JAMES 3 GREAT 2 UNCLEAN 2 SIMON 2 SABBATH 2 KINGDOM 2 JERUSALEM 2 GOD 2 BROTHER 1 ZEBEDEE 1 TYRE 1 THUNDER 1 THOMAS
kjv@Mark:4 Verses=41 Words=923 Chars=4774; 8 WORD 5 SEA 5 GROUND 5 FRUIT 5 EARTH 4 WIND 4 SHIP 4 PARABLES 4 GREAT 3 SEED 3 MAN 3 KINGDOM 3 GOD 2 WAY 2 TIME 2 SOWER 2 GOOD 2 EAR 2 DAY 1 WORLD
kjv@Mark:5 Verses=43 Words=952 Chars=5020; 6 MAN 5 SWINE 4 SEA 4 GREAT 3 UNCLEAN 3 SYNAGOGUE 3 SHIP 3 SAW 3 NAME 3 DEVIL 3 DAUGHTER 3 COUNTRY 3 CHAINS 2 SPIRIT 2 PLAGUE 2 LEGION 2 JAMES 2 HOUSE 2 GOD 2 FETTERS
kjv@Mark:6 Verses=56 Words=1323 Chars=6972; 7 JOHN 7 HEROD 5 SHIP 5 SAW 5 LOAVES 5 KING 4 HEAD 4 DAY 4 COUNTRY 3 WILL 3 SEA 3 DESERT 3 BREAD 2 WORKS 2 WIND 2 WIFE 2 WALKING 2 PRISON 2 MOTHER 2 MAN
kjv@Mark:7 Verses=37 Words=806 Chars=4381; 10 MAN 5 TRADITION 4 MOTHER 4 FATHER 4 DAUGHTER 3 PHARISEES 3 HOUSE 3 HEART 3 GOD 3 EVIL 3 DEVIL 3 BREAD 2 WASHING 2 TYRE 2 TONGUE 2 SIDON 1 YOUNG 1 WORSHIP 1 WORD 1 WAY
kjv@Mark:8 Verses=38 Words=842 Chars=4418; 9 MAN 5 SEVEN 4 BREAD 3 WILL 3 TOWN 3 SIGN 3 SHIP 3 PETER 3 LOAVES 2 WAY 2 THREE 2 SOUL 2 SON 2 SAW 2 PHARISEES 2 LIFE 2 LEAVEN 2 BLIND 1 WORLD 1 WORDS
kjv@Mark:9 Verses=50 Words=1164 Chars=6107; 8 MAN 8 FIRE 5 SPIRIT 5 SON 5 SAW 5 ELIAS 4 SALT 4 NAME 4 DEAD 3 WORM 3 MASTER 3 HELL 3 FIRST 2 WHITE 2 WAY 2 PETER 2 PEACE 2 MOUNTAIN 2 MOSES 2 LIFE
kjv@Mark:10 Verses=52 Words=1218 Chars=6434; 9 MAN 8 GOD 5 WAY 5 SON 5 KINGDOM 5 GREAT 5 CHILDREN 4 WIFE 4 HAND 4 GOOD 4 DRINK 3 MOTHER 3 MASTER 3 LIFE 3 FATHER 3 BLIND 3 ADULTERY 2 WILL 2 RICHES 2 MOSES
kjv@Mark:11 Verses=33 Words=778 Chars=4126; 5 WILL 5 TEMPLE 4 WAY 4 MAN 4 JERUSALEM 4 HEAVEN 4 COLT 3 TREE 3 LORD 3 FIG 3 FATHER 3 BETHANY 2 NAME 2 JOHN 2 HOUSE 2 HOSANNA 1 WALKING 1 TIME 1 SEA 1 SAW
kjv@Mark:12 Verses=44 Words=1058 Chars=5655; 13 GOD 7 LORD 6 LOVE 5 WIFE 5 VINEYARD 4 SON 4 SEED 4 FIRST 3 WILL 3 SEVEN 3 MASTER 3 MAN 3 DEAD 3 DAVID 3 BROTHER 2 WIDOW 2 WAY 2 TRUTH 2 STRENGTH 2 SOUL
kjv@Mark:13 Verses=37 Words=828 Chars=4383; 7 MAN 5 HEAVEN 4 WATCH 4 SON 4 HOUSE 2 TIME 2 TEMPLE 2 NATION 2 MASTER 2 KINGDOM 2 GREAT 2 FATHER 2 FALSE 2 EARTH 2 DEATH 2 CHRIST 2 BROTHER 1 WORK 1 WORDS 1 WINTER
kjv@Mark:14 Verses=72 Words=1595 Chars=8307; 10 WILL 9 MAN 8 PETER 7 PRIEST 7 HIGH 6 WITNESS 5 SON 5 PASSOVER 4 DEATH 4 DAY 4 COCK 3 WATCH 3 MASTER 3 GOOD 3 BREAD 3 BODY 3 ART 2 YOUNG 2 UNLEAVENED 2 TIME
kjv@Mark:15 Verses=47 Words=913 Chars=5016; 6 KING 4 MARY 4 JEWS 4 GOD 3 WILL 3 CROSS 3 CENTURION 3 BARABBAS 2 WOMEN 2 VOICE 2 TEMPLE 2 SEPULCHRE 2 RELEASE 2 REED 2 MOTHER 2 MAN 2 LINEN 2 JOSES 2 JOSEPH 2 INSURRECTION
kjv@Mark:16 Verses=20 Words=449 Chars=2419; 4 SEPULCHRE 3 MARY 3 FIRST 2 SAW 2 MAN 2 LORD 2 DAY 1 YOUNG 1 WORLD 1 WORD 1 WHITE 1 WAY 1 UNBELIEF 1 TONGUES 1 SWEET 1 SUN 1 SPICES 1 SEVEN 1 SALOME 1 SABBATH

Quoted index: SCRIPTUREBYSUBJECT- Mark:

http://www.apostolic-churches.net/bible/sbs Bible Scriptures By Subject - Rodney Qualls/Bible Study Tools
kjv@Mark:10:45 redemption of souls
kjv@Mark:11:23 speaking word
kjv@Mark:4:39 speaking word
kjv@Mark:13:6 antichrist
kjv@Mark:13:21-22 antichrist
kjv@Mark:4:21 testimony confession
kjv@Mark:5:16 testimony confession
kjv@Mark:5:19-20 testimony confession
kjv@Mark:10:29-30 bible stewardship
kjv@Mark:11:22-24 faith
kjv@Mark:9:23 faith
kjv@Mark:6:25 abetting
kjv@Mark:15:9-15 abetting
kjv@Mark:12:30 jesus lord
kjv@Mark:10:6 creator general scriptures
kjv@Mark:13:19 creator general scriptures
kjv@Mark:12:18-27 resurrection
kjv@Mark:16:15 responsiblity
kjv@Mark:6:11 responsibility and accountability
kjv@Mark:11:25 forgiving others
kjv@Mark:11:25-26 heaven dwelling of god
kjv@Mark:16:19 heaven dwelling of god
kjv@Mark:16:19 jesus christ ascension of
kjv@Mark:16:15-20 change world
kjv@Mark:5:17 jesus christ rejected
kjv@Mark:6:3-6 jesus christ rejected
kjv@Mark:12:1-12 jesus christ rejected
kjv@Mark:14:27-31 jesus christ rejected
kjv@Mark:14:66-72 jesus christ rejected
kjv@Mark:16:16 jesus christ rejected
kjv@Mark:10:42-45 fellowship more scriptures
kjv@Mark:14:25 millennium
kjv@Mark:10:43-45 jesus christ example in
kjv@Mark:4:26-29 regeneration
kjv@Mark:14:36 jesus christ death of voluntary
kjv@Mark:14:39 jesus christ death of voluntary
kjv@Mark:3:22 accusation
kjv@Mark:14:53-65 accusation
kjv@Mark:11:24 answered prayer
kjv@Mark:16:16-17 baptism
kjv@Mark:16:5-7 angels appearances of
kjv@Mark:16:17-18 deliverer
kjv@Mark:16:17-18 satan
kjv@Mark:4:3-8 perseverance
kjv@Mark:13:13 perseverance
kjv@Mark:1:13 angels general scriptures
kjv@Mark:8:38 angels general scriptures
kjv@Mark:10:2-12 divorce
kjv@Mark:11:24 jesus everything
kjv@Mark:10:45 jesus christ design of death
kjv@Mark:14:24 jesus christ design of death
kjv@Mark:16:19 jesus christ exaltation of
kjv@Mark:12:36-37 jesus christ eternity of
kjv@Mark:12:30 affections
kjv@Mark:6:50 consolation in affliction
kjv@Mark:11:22-24 doubt
kjv@Mark:13:31 bible authority
kjv@Mark:7:21 adultery and fornication
kjv@Mark:10:11-12 adultery and fornication
kjv@Mark:10:19 adultery and fornication
kjv@Mark:6:17-18 adultery and fornication
kjv@Mark:3:6 conspiracy
kjv@Mark:6:34 jesus christ compassion of
kjv@Mark:8:2-3 jesus christ compassion of
kjv@Mark:7:21 pride
kjv@Mark:10:43 pride
kjv@Mark:12:38-39 pride
kjv@Mark:1:13 angels functions of
kjv@Mark:8:38 angels functions of
kjv@Mark:13:27 angels functions of
kjv@Mark:3:27 omnipotence
kjv@Mark:6:7 omnipotence
kjv@Mark:12:30-33 bible love
kjv@Mark:12:25 angels celestial spirits
kjv@Mark:8:38 angels celestial spirits
kjv@Mark:8:38 advent second-coming
kjv@Mark:9:1 advent second-coming
kjv@Mark:13:1-37 advent second-coming
kjv@Mark:14:62 advent second-coming
kjv@Mark:16:17-18 sickness
kjv@Mark:11:25 jesus forgiveness
kjv@Mark:10:43-45 jesus example
kjv@Mark:8:31 jesus christ death of
kjv@Mark:9:31 jesus christ death of
kjv@Mark:10:32-34 jesus christ death of
kjv@Mark:14:9 jesus christ death of
kjv@Mark:14:18 jesus christ death of
kjv@Mark:15:23 jesus christ death of
kjv@Mark:15:28 jesus christ death of
kjv@Mark:11:24 jesus sufficiency
kjv@Mark:16:15-17 the unsaved
kjv@Mark:1:10 holy spirit various scriptures
kjv@Mark:12:36 holy spirit various scriptures
kjv@Mark:13:11 holy spirit various scriptures
kjv@Mark:5:2-20 demons
kjv@Mark:7:25-30 demons
kjv@Mark:9:17-27 demons
kjv@Mark:1:23-26 demons
kjv@Mark:16:9 demons
kjv@Mark:6:7 demons
kjv@Mark:16:17 demons
kjv@Mark:9:38 demons
kjv@Mark:9:18 demons
kjv@Mark:9:28-29 demons
kjv@Mark:3:22-30 demons
kjv@Mark:1:23-24 demons
kjv@Mark:3:11 demons
kjv@Mark:5:7 demons

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