Bible verses about "female education" | Tyndale

Genesis 38:8-10

8 Than sayde Iudas vnto Onan: goo in to thi brothers wyfe and Marie her and styrre vp seed vnto thy brother. 9 And when Onan perceaued that the seed shulde not be his: therfore when he went in to his brothers wife he spylled it on the grounde because he wold not geue seed vnto his brother. 10 And the thinge which he dyd displeased the LORde wherfore he slew him also.

Genesis 2:4-3:24

4 These are the generations of heaven and erth when they were created in the tyme when the LORde God created heaven and erth 5 and all the shrubbes of the felde be fore they were in the erthe. And all the herbes of the felde before they sprange: for the LORde God had yet sent no rayne vpon the erth nether was there yet any man to tylle the erth. 6 But there arose a myste out of the ground and watered all the face of the erth: 7 Then the LORde God shope man even of the moulde of the erth and brethed into his face the breth of lyfe. So man was made a lyvynge soule. 8 The LORde God also planted a garden in Eden from the begynnynge and there he sette man whom he had formed. 9 And the LORde God made to sprynge out of the erth all maner trees bewtyfull to the syghte and pleasant to eate and the tree of lyfe in the middes of the garden: and also the tree of knowlege of good and euell. 10 And there spronge a rever out of Eden to water the garden and thence devided it selfe and grewe in to foure principall waters. 11 The name of the one is Phison he it is that compasseth all the lande of heuila where gold groweth. 12 And the gold of that contre ys precious there is found bedellion and a stone called Onix. 13 The name of the seconde ryver is Gihon which compassyth all the lande of Inde. 14 And the name of the thyrde river is Hidekell which runneth on the easte syde of the assyryans And the fourth river is Euphrates. 15 And the LORde God toke Adam and put him in the garden of Eden to dresse it and to kepe it: 16 and the LORde God comaunded Ada saynge: of all the trees of the garde se thou eate. 17 But of the tre of knowlege of good and badd se that thou eate not: for even ye same daye thou eatest of it thou shalt surely dye. 18 And the LORde God sayd: it is not good that man shulde be alone I will make hym an helper to beare him company: 19 And after yt the LORde God had make of the erth all maner beastes of the felde and all maner foules of the ayre he brought them vnto Adam to see what he wold call them. And as Ada called all maner livynge beastes: eve so are their names. 20 And Adam gave names vnto all maner catell and vnto the foules of the ayre and vnto all maner beastes of the felde. But there was no helpe founde vnto Adam to beare him companye 21 Then the LORde God cast a slomber on Adam and he slepte. And then he toke out one of his rybbes and in stede ther of he fylled vp the place with flesh. 22 And the LORde God made of the rybbe which he toke out of Adam a woma and brought her vnto Adam. 23 Then sayd Ada this is once bone of my boones and flesh of my flesh. This shall be called woman: because she was take of the man. 24 For this cause shall a man leve father and mother and cleve vnto his wyfe and they shall be one flesh. 25 And they were ether of them naked both Adam and hys wyfe ad were not ashamed:

Genesis 3:1-24

1 But the serpent was sotyller than all the beastes of the felde which ye LORde God had made and sayd vnto the woman. Ah syr that God hath sayd ye shall not eate of all maner trees in the garden. 2 And the woman sayd vnto the serpent of the frute of the trees in the garden we may eate 3 but of the frute of the tree yt is in the myddes of the garden (sayd God) se that ye eate not and se that ye touch it not: lest ye dye. 4 Then sayd the serpent vnto the woman: tush ye shall not dye: 5 But God doth knowe that whensoever ye shulde eate of it youre eyes shuld be opened and ye shulde be as God and knowe both good and evell. 6 And the woman sawe that it was a good tree to eate of and lustie vnto the eyes and a pleasant tre for to make wyse. And toke of the frute of it and ate and gaue vnto hir husband also with her and he ate. 7 And the eyes of both them were opened that they vnderstode how that they were naked. Than they sowed fygge leves togedder and made them apurns. 8 And they herd the voyce of the LORde God as he walked in the garde in the coole of the daye. And Adam hyd hymselfe and his wyfe also from the face of the LORde God amonge the trees of the garden. 9 And the LORde God called Adam and sayd vnto him where art thou? 10 And he answered. Thy voyce I harde in the garden but I was afrayd because I was naked and therfore hyd myselfe. 11 And he sayd: who told the that thou wast naked? hast thou eaten of the tree of which I bade the that thou shuldest not eate? 12 And Adam answered. The woman which thou gavest to bere me company she toke me of the tree ad I ate. 13 And the LORde God sayd vnto the woman: wherfore didest thou so? And the woman answered the serpent deceaved me and I ate. 14 And the LORde God sayd vnto the serpet because thou haste so done moste cursed be thou of all catell and of all beastes of the feld: vppo thy bely shalt thou goo: and erth shalt thou eate all dayes of thy lyfe. 15 Morover I will put hatred betwene the and the woman and betwene thy seed and hyr seed. And that seed shall tread the on the heed ad thou shalt tread hit on the hele. 16 And vnto the woman he sayd: I will suerly encrease thy sorow ad make the oft with child and with payne shalt thou be deleverd: And thy lustes shall pertayne vnto thy husbond and he shall rule the. 17 And vnto Ada he sayd: for as moch as thou hast obeyed the voyce of thy wyfe and hast eaten of the tree of which I commaunded the saynge: se thou eate not therof: cursed be the erth for thy sake. In sorow shalt thou eate therof all dayes of thy lyfe 18 And it shall beare thornes ad thystels vnto the. And thou shalt eate the herbes of ye feld: 19 In the swete of thy face shalt thou eate brede vntill thou returne vnto the erth whece thou wast take: for erth thou art ad vnto erth shalt thou returne. 20 And Ada called his wyfe Heua because she was the mother of all that lyveth 21 And the LORde God made Adam and hys wyfe garmentes of skynnes and put them on them. 22 And the LORde God sayd: loo Adam is become as it were one of vs in knowlege of good and evell. But now lest he strech forth his hand and take also of the tree of lyfe and eate and lyve ever. 23 And the LORde God cast him out of the garden of Eden to tylle the erth whece he was taken. 24 And he cast Ada out and sette at ye enteringe of the garden Eden Cherubin with a naked swerde movinge in and out to kepe the way to the tree of lyfe.

Genesis 38:1-30

1 And it fortuned at that tyme that Iudas went from his brethren and gatt him to a man called Hira of Odollam 2 and there he sawe the doughter of a man called Sua a Canaanyte. And he toke her ad went in vnto her. 3 And she conceaued and bare a sonne and called his name Er. 4 And she conceaued agayne and bare a sonne and called him Onan. 5 And she conceaued the thyrde tyme and bare a sonne whom she called Scla: and he was at Chesyb when she bare hem. 6 And Iudas gaue Er his eldest sonne a wife whose name was Thamar. 7 But this Er Iudas eldest sonne was wicked in the syghte of the LORde wherfore the LORde slewe him. 8 Than sayde Iudas vnto Onan: goo in to thi brothers wyfe and Marie her and styrre vp seed vnto thy brother. 9 And when Onan perceaued that the seed shulde not be his: therfore when he went in to his brothers wife he spylled it on the grounde because he wold not geue seed vnto his brother. 10 And the thinge which he dyd displeased the LORde wherfore he slew him also. 11 Than sayde Iudas to Thamar his doughter in lawe: remayne a wydow at thi fathers house tyll Sela my sonne be growne: for he feared lest he shulde haue dyed also as his brethren did. Thus went Thamar and dwelt in hir fathers house. 12 And in processe of tyme the doughter of Sua Iudas wife dyed. Than Iudas when he had left mornynge went vnto his shepe sherers to Thimnath with his frende Hira of Odollam. 13 And one told Thamar saynge: beholde thy father in lawe goth vp to Thimnath to shere his shepe. 14 And she put hyr wydows garmetes of from her and couered her with a clooke and disgyssed herself: And sat her downe at the entrynge of Enaim which is by the hye wayes syde to Thimnath for because she sawe that Sela was growne and she was not geue vnto him to wife. 15 When Iuda sawe her he thought it had bene an hoore because she had couered hyr face. 16 And turned to her vnto the waye and sayde come I praye the let me lye with the for he knewe not that it was his doughter in lawe. And she sayde what wylt thou gyue me for to lye with me? 17 Tha sayde he I will sende the a kydd fro the flocke. She answered Than geue me a pledge till thou sende it. 18 Than sayde he what pledge shall I geue the? And she sayde: they sygnett thy necke lace and thy staffe that is in thy hande. And he gaue it her and lay by her and she was with child by him. 19 And she gatt her vp and went and put her mantell from her ad put on hir widowes rayment agayne. 20 And Iudas sent the kydd by his neybure of Odollam for to fetch out his pledge agayne from the wifes hande. But he fownde her not. 21 Than asked he the men of the same place saynge: where is the whoore that satt at Enaim in the waye? And they sayde: there was no whoore here. 22 And he came to Iuda agayne saynge: I can not fynde her and also the men of the place sayde: that there was no whoore there. 23 And Iuda sayde: let her take it to her lest we be shamed: for I sente the kydd and thou coudest not fynde her. 24 And it came to passe that after .iij. monethes one tolde Iuda saynge: Thamar thy doughter in lawe hath played the whoore and with playnge the whoore is become great with childe. And Iuda sayde: brynge her forth ad let her be brente. 25 And when they brought her forth she sent to her father in lawe saynge: by the ma vnto whome these thinges pertayne am I with childe. And sayd also: loke whose are this seall necklace and staffe. 26 And Iuda knewe them saynge: she is more rightwes tha I because I gaue her not to Sela my sone. But he laye with her nomore. 27 When tyme was come that she shulde be delyuered beholde there was .ij. twynnes in hyr wobe. 28 And as she traveled the one put out his hande and the mydwife toke and bownde a reed threde aboute it saynge: this wyll come out fyrst. 29 But he plucked his hande backe agayne and his brother came out. And she sayde: wherfore hast thou rent a rent vppon the? and called him Pharez. 30 And afterward came out his brother that had the reade threde about his hade which was called Zarah.

Genesis 18:9-16

9 And they sayde vnto him: Where is Sara thy wife? And he sayde: in the tent. 10 And he sayde: I will come agayne vnto the as soone as the frute can lyue. And loo: Sara thy wife shall haue a sonne. That herde Sara out of the tent doore which was behind his backe. 11 Abraham and Sara were both olde and well stryken in age and it ceased to be with Sara after the maner as it is wyth wyves. 12 And Sara laughed in hir selfe saynge: Now I am waxed olde shall I geue my selfe to lust and my lorde olde also? 13 Than sayd the LORde vnto Abraha: wherfore doth Sara laughe saynge: shal I of a suertie bere a childe now when I am olde? 14 is the thinge to harde for the LORde to do? In the tyme appoynted will I returne vnto the as soone as the frute can haue lyfe And Sara shall haue a sonne. 15 Than Sara denyed it saynge: I laughed not for she was afrayde. But he sayde: yes thou laughtest. 16 Than the men stode vp from thence ad loked towarde Sodome. And Abraham went with them to brynge them on the waye.

Genesis 38:8

8 Than sayde Iudas vnto Onan: goo in to thi brothers wyfe and Marie her and styrre vp seed vnto thy brother.

Leviticus 15:19-23

19 Whe a womas naturall course of bloud runeth, she shalbe put aparte .vij. dayes: ad whosoeuer twycheth her shalbe vncleane vnto the eue. 20 And all that she lyeth apo as longe as she is put aparte shalbe vnclene. 21 And whosoeuer twicheth hir couch shall wash his clothes and bathe hi selfe with water ad be vncleane vnto the eue. 22 And whosoeuer twicheth any thinge that she satt apo, shall wassh his clothes ad washe him selfe also in water, ad be vncleane vnto the eue: 23 so that whether he twich hir couche or any thige whereo she hath sete, he shalbe vnclene uto the eue.

Leviticus 20:10

10 He that breaketh wedlocke with another mans wife shall dye for it: because he hath broke wedlocke with his neghbours wife, and so shall she likewise.

Leviticus 18:18

18 Thou shalt not take a wife and hir sister thereto, to vexe hir that thou woldest open hir secrettes as longe as she lyueth.

Leviticus 21:13-15

13 He shall take a mayden vnto his wife: 14 but no wedowe nor deuorsed nor poluted whoore. But he shall take a mayden of his awne people to wife, 15 that he defyle not his seed apo his people. for I am the Lorde which sanctifye him.

Leviticus 12:2-5

2 speake vnto the childern of Israel ad saye: whe a woma hath conceaued ad hath borne a man childe, she shalbe vnclene .vij. dayes: euen in like maner as when she is put aparte in tyme of hir naturall disease. 3 And in the viij. daye the flesh of the childes foreskynne shalbe cut awaye. 4 And she shall cotynue in the bloude of hir purifienge .xxxiij. dayes, she shal twytch no halowed thinge nor come in to the sanctuary, vntyll the tyme of hir purifienge be out. 5 Yf she bere a maydehilde, then she shalbe vnclene two wekes as when she hath hir naturall disease. And she shall contynue in the bloude of hir purifienge .lxvj. dayes.

Leviticus 20:9

9 Whosoeuer curseth his father or mother, shall dye for it, his bloude on his heed, because he hath cursed his father or mother.

Numbers 5:11-31

11 And the Lorde spake vnto Moses sayenge: 12 speake vnto the childern of Israell and saye vnto them. Yf any mans wyfe goo a syde and trespase agaynst hym 13 so that another man lye with her fleshely and the thynge be hydd from the eyes of hir husbonde and is not come to lighte that she is defyled (for there is no witnesse agenst her) in as moche as she was not taken with the maner 14 and the sprete of gelousye cometh apon him and he is gelouse ouer his wyfe and she defyled Or happely the sprete of gelousye cometh apon him and he is gelouse ouer hys wyfe ad she yet vndefyled. 15 The let hyr husbonde bringe her vnto the preaste and brynge an offerynge for her: the tenthe parte of an Epha of barlye meele but shall poure none oyle there vnto nor put frankencens thereon: for it is an offerynge of gelousye and an offerynge that maketh remembraunce of synne. 16 And let the preast brynge her and sett her before the Lorde 17 and let him take holy water in an erthen vessell and of the dust that is in ye flore of the habytacyon and put it in to the water. 18 And the preast shall set the wyfe before the Lorde and vncouer hir heed and put the memoryall of the offerynge in hyr handes whiche is the gelousye offerynge and ye preast shall haue bytter and cursynge water in his hande and he shall coniure her and shall saye vnto her. 19 Yf no man haue lyen wyth the nether haste gone asyde and defyled thy selfe behynde thy husbonde then haue thou no harme of this bytter cursynge water. 20 But and yf thou hast gone asyde behynde thyne husbonde and art defyled and some other man hath lyen with the besyde thyne husbonde 21 (and let the preaste coniure her with the coniuracyon of the curse and saye vnto her) the Lorde make the a curse and a coniuracyon amonge thy people: so that the Lorde make thy thye rotte and thy bely swell 22 and thys bytter cursynge water goo in to the bowels of the that thy bely swell and thy thye rotte and the wyfe shall saye Amen Amen. 23 And the preast shall wrytte this curse in a byll and wasshe it out in the bytter water. 24 And when the cursynge water ys yn her that it is bytter 25 then let the preast take the gelousy offerynge out of the wyfes hande and waue it before the Lorde and brynge it vnto the altare: 26 and he shall take an handefull off the memory all offerynge and burne it apon the alter and then make her dryncke the water 27 and when he hath made her drynke the water. Yf she be defyled and haue trespased agenst her husbond then shall the cursynge water goo in to her and be so bitter yt hir bely shall swell and hir thye shall rotte and she shalbe a curse amonge hir people. 28 And yf she be not defyled but is cleane then she shall haue no harme but that she maye conceaue. 29 This is the lawe of gelousye when a wyfe goeth a syde behynde hyr husbonde ad is defyled 30 or when the spirite of gelousye cometh apon a man so that he is gelouse ouer his wife: then he shall bringe her before the Lorde and the preast shall ministre all this lawe vnto her 31 and the man shalbe giltlesse and the wyfe shall bere hir synne.

Numbers 27:1-11

1 And the doughters of Zelaphead the sonne of Heber the sonne of Gilead the sonne of Machir the sonne of Manasse of the kinredes of Manasse the sonne of Ioseph (whose names were Mahela Noa Hagla Melcha and Thirza) 2 came and stode before Moses and Eleazer the preast ad before the lordes and all the multitude in the dore of the tabernacle of witnesse sayenge: 3 oure father dyed in the wildernesse and was not amonge the companye of them that gathered them selues together agenst the Lorde in the congregacion of Corah: But dyed in his awne synne and had no sonnes. 4 Wherfore shulde the name of oure fathers be taken awaye from amonge hys kynred because he had no sonne? Geue vnto vs a possessyon amonge the brethern of oure father. 5 And Moses broughte their cause before the Lorde. 6 And ye Lorde spake vnto Moses sayenge: 7 The doughters of Zelaphead speke righte: thou shalt geue them a possession to enherett amonge their fathers brethern and shall turne the enheritaunce of their father vnto them. 8 And speake vnto the childern of Israel sayenge: Yf a man dye and haue no sonne ye shall turne his enheritaunce vnto his doughter. 9 Yf he haue no doughter ye shall geue his enheritaunce vnto his brethern. 10 Yf he haue no brethern ye shall geue his enheritaunce vnto his fathers brethern. 11 Yf he haue no fathers brethern ye shall geue his enheritaunce vnto him that is nexte to him of his kinred and let him possesse it. And this shalbe vnto the childern of Israel an ordynaunce and a lawe as the Lorde hath commauded Moses.

Numbers 30:2-15

2 Yf a man vowe a vowe vnto the Lorde or swere an othe ad bynde his soule he shall not goo backe with his worde: but shal fulfyll all ye proceadeth out of his mouth 3 Yf a damsell vowe a vowe vnto ye Lorde and binde herselfe beynge in hir fathers housse and vnmaried: 4 Yf hir father heare hir vowe and bonde which she hath made vppon hir soule and holde his pease thereto: then all hir vowes and bodes which she hath made vppo hir soule shall stonde in effecte. 5 But and yf hir father forbyd her the same daye that he heareth it none of hir vowes nor bondes which she hath made vppon hir soule shalbe of value ad the Lorde shall forgeue her because hir father forbade her. 6 Yf she had an husbonde when she vowed or pronounsed oughte out of hir lippes wherewith she bonde hir soule 7 and hir husbonde herde it and helde his peace thereat the same daye he herde it: Then hir vowes and hir bondes wherewith she bounde hir soule shal stonde in effecte. 8 But ad yf hir husbonde forbade her the same daye that he herde it than hath he made hir vowe which she had vppo her of none effecte and that also whiche she pronounsed with hir lippes wherewith she bounde hir soule and the Lorde shall forgeue her. 9 The vowe of a wedowe and of her that is deuorsed and all that they haue bound their soules with all shall stonde in effecte with them. 10 Yf she vowed in her husbandes housse or bounde her soule with an oth 11 and her husbande herde it and helde his peace and forbade her not: then all her vowes and bondes wherewith she bound her soule shall stode. 12 But yf her husbande disanulled them ye same daye that he herde them then nothing that proceded out of her lippes in vowes ad boundes wherewith she bounde her soule shall stonde in effecte: for her husbande hath lowsed them and the Lorde shall forgeue her. 13 All vowes and othes that binde to humble the soule maye her husbande stablish or breake. 14 But yf her husbande hold his peace from one daye vnto another then he stablisheth all her vowes and boundes whiche she had vppon her because he helde his peace the same daye that he herde them. 15 And yf he afterwarde breake them he shall beare her synne him self.

Deuteronomy 22:22

22 Yf a man be founde lyenge with a woman, that hath a wedded husbonde, then let the dye etherother of the: both the man that laye with the wife and also the wife: so thou shalt put awaye euell from Israel.

Deuteronomy 22:13-21

13 Yf a man take a wyfe and when he hath lyen with her hate her 14 ad leye shamefull thinges vnto hyr charge and brynge vp an euell name vppon her and saye: I toke this wyfe, and whe I came to her, I founde her not a mayde: 15 The let the father of the damsell and the mother brynge forth the tokens of the damsels virginite, vnto the elders of the citie, euen vnto the gate. 16 And let the damsels father saye vnto the elders, I gaue my doughter vnto this man to wife and he hateth her: 17 and loo, he layeth shamefull thinges vnto hir charge saynge, I founde not thy doughter a mayde. And yet these ar the tokens of my doughters virginite. And let them sprede the vesture before the elders off the citie. 18 Then let the elders of that citie take that man and chastyce him 19 and merce him in an hundred sycles of syluer and geue them vnto the father of the damsell, because he hath brought vpp an euell name vppon a mayde in Israel. And she shalbe his wife, and he may not put her awaye all his dayes. 20 But and yf the thinge be of a suertie that the damsell be not founde a virgen, 21 let them brynge her vnto the dore of hir fathers housse, and let the men of that citie stone her with stones to deeth, because she hath wrought folye in Israel, to playe the whore in hir fathers housse. And so thou shalt put euell awaye from the.

Deuteronomy 22:28-30

28 Yf a man finde a mayde that is not betrothed ad take her ad lye with her ad be founde: 29 Then the man that laye with her shall geue vnto the damsells father .l. sycles of syluer. And she shall be his wife, because he hath humbled her, and he maye not put her awaye all hys dayes. 30 No man shall take his fathers wife, nor vnheale his fathers couerynge.

Deuteronomy 24:1-4

1 When a man hath taken a wyfe and maried her, yf she finde no fauoure in his eyes, because he hath spied some vnclennesse in her. Then let him write her a bylle of devorcement and put it in hir hande and sende her out of his housse. 2 Yf when she is departed out of his housse, she goo and be another mans wife 3 and the seconde husbonde hate her and write her a letter of deuorcement and put it in hir hande and sende her out of his housse, or yf the seconde man dye whiche toke her to wyfe. 4 Hir first man whiche sent hir awaye maye not take her agayne to be his wyfe, in as moche as she is defiled. For that is abhominacyon in the syght of the Lorde: that thou defile not the lode with synne, which the Lorde thy God geueth the to enherett.

Mark 3:31-35

31 Then came his mother and his brethre and stode with out and sent vnto him and called him. 32 And the people sate aboute hym and sayde vnto him: beholde thy mother and thy brethre seke for the with out. 33 And he answered them sayinge: who is my mother and my brethre? 34 And he loked rounde about on his disciples which sate in compasse about hym and sayde: beholde my mother and my brethren. 35 For whosoever doeth ye will of God he is my brother my syster and mother.

Matthew 5:32

32 But I say vnto you: whosoever put awaye his wyfe (except it be for fornicacion) causeth her to breake matrymony. And whosoever maryeth her that is devorsed breaketh wedlocke.

Luke 14:26

26 If a man come to me and hate not his father and mother and wyfe and chyldren and brethren and sisters more over and his awne lyfe he cannot be my disciple.

1 Corinthians 14:34-35

34 Let youre wyves kepe silence in the cogregacions. For it is not permitted vnto them to speake: but let them be vnder obedience as sayth the lawe. 35 If they will learne enythinge let the axe their husbandes at home. For it is a shame for wemen to speake in the cogregacio.

1 Corinthians 11:3-10

3 I wolde ye knew that Christ is the heed of every man. And the man is the womans heed. And God is Christes heed. 4 Eevery ma prayinge or prophesyinge havynge eny thynge on his heed shameth his heed. 5 Every woman that prayeth or prophisieth bare hedded dishonesteth hyr heed. For it is even all one and the very same thinge even as though she were shaven. 6 If the woman be not covered lett her also be shoren. If it be shame for a woma to be shorne or shave let her cover her heed. 7 A man ought not to cover his heed for as moche as he is the image and glory of God. The woman is the glory of the man. 8 For the man is not of the woman but the woman of the ma. 9 Nether was the man created for ye womas sake: but the woma for the mannes sake 10 For this cause ought the woma to have power on her heed for the angels sakes.

1 Timothy 2:11-14

11 Let the woman learne in silence with all subieccion. 12 I suffre not a woman to teache nether to have auctoricie over a man: but forto be in silence. 13 For Adam was fyrst formed and then Eve. 14 Also Adam was not deceaved but the woman was deceaved and was in transgression.

Luke 10:38-42

38 It fortuned as they wet that he entred in to a certayne toune. And a certayne woman named Martha receaved him into her housse. 39 And this woman had a sister called Mary which sate at Iesus fete and hearde his preachinge. 40 And Martha was combred about moche servinge and stode and sayde: Master doest thou not care that my sister hath leeft me to minister alone? Byd her therfore that she helpe me. 41 And Iesus answered and sayde vnto her: Martha Martha thou carest and arte troubled about many thinges: 42 verely one is nedfull. Mary hath chosen her that good parte which shall not be taken awaye from her.

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