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| Character_name = Jonos Bracken [[File:House_Bracken.png|50px|left]] [[File:House_Bracken.png|50px|right]]
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| Character_name = [[File:House Bracken.svg‎|50px|left]] Jonos Bracken [[File:House Bracken.svg‎|50px|right]]
| image          = [[File:Jonos Bracken by cloudninja9.jpg|250px]]
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| image          = [[File:Jonos Bracken TheMico.jpg|250px]]
| image_caption  = Jonos Bracken by [http://cloudninja9.deviantart.com/ cloudninja9]©
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| image_caption  = Jonos Bracken by The Mico
 
| Alias          =
 
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| Title          = Lord of Stone Hedge
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| Title          = [[Lord of Stone Hedge]]
 
| Allegiance    = [[House Bracken]]
 
| Allegiance    = [[House Bracken]]
 
| Race          =
 
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| Culture        =
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| Culture        = [[Rivermen]]
 
| Spouse        =
 
| Spouse        =
| Place_of_Birth =
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| Issue          = [[Harry Rivers]] (disputed)<br>[[Barbara Bracken]]<br>[[Jayne Bracken]]<br>[[Catelyn Bracken]]<br>[[Bess Bracken]]<br>[[Alysanne Bracken]]
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| Place_of_Birth = [[Stone Hedge]]{{Ref|AWOIAF| Jonos Bracken}}
 
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| Place_of_Death =
 
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| Books          = [[A Game of Thrones]] (Appears)<br>[[A Clash of Kings]] (Mentioned)<br>[[A Storm of Swords]] (Appears)<br>[[A Feast for Crows]] (Mentioned)<br>[[A Dance with Dragons]] (Appears)<br>
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| Books          = ''[[A Game of Thrones]]'' (appears)<br>''[[A Clash of Kings]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Storm of Swords]]'' (appears)<br>''[[A Feast for Crows]]'' (mentioned)<br>''[[A Dance with Dragons]]'' (appears)
| coat-of-arms  =
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| Played_by      = Gerry O'Brien
 
| Played_by      = Gerry O'Brien
 
| TV_series      = [[Game of Thrones - Season 1|Season 1]]
 
| TV_series      = [[Game of Thrones - Season 1|Season 1]]
 
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Lord '''Jonos Bracken''' is the head of [[House Bracken]] and Lord of [[Stone Hedge]].  
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'''Jonos Bracken''' is the Lord of [[Stone Hedge]] and head of [[House Bracken]]. In the television adaptation ''[[Game of Thrones]]'' he is portrayed by Gerry O'Brien.
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==Appearance and Character==
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:''See also: [[:Category:Images of Jonos Bracken|Images of Jonos Bracken]]''
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Jonos is heavier than [[Jaime Lannister]] but not as tall. He has thick shoulders and arms, and coarse brown hair and brown eyes. Jonos wears a brown woolen tunic embroidered with the red stallion of [[House Bracken]]. When ready for combat, he wears plate and mail and a grey steel greathelm with a horsehair crest.{{Ref|ADWD|48}}
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Jonos often glowers and blusters.{{Ref|AGOT|71}}{{Ref|ADWD|48}}
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==History==
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Jonos has daughters and a [[bastard]] son, [[Harry Rivers]]. His rival, Lord [[Tytos Blackwood]], does not believe that Harry was fathered by Jonos, however.{{Ref|ADWD|48}}
  
 
==Recent Events==
 
==Recent Events==
===A Game of Thrones===
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===''A Game of Thrones''===
[[Catelyn Tully]] claimed that Lord Jonos was one of her father's oldest and most loyal bannermen.{{ref|aGoT|28}} After the siege of Riverrun was [[Battle of the Camps|broken]], Lord Jonos returned from [[Stone Hedge]]. At Robb's war council, he suggests allying with [[Renly Baratheon|King Renly]] against [[Joffrey]] and the [[Lannister]]s, and agrees with [[Tytos Blackwood]] in denying [[Catelyn]]'s suggestion of peace stating...
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[[File:Jonos Bracken HBO.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Gerry O'Brien as Jonos Bracken in ''[[Game of Thrones]]'']]
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Before arresting [[Tyrion Lannister]] at the [[crossroads inn]], Lady [[Catelyn Stark]] has [[House Bracken|Bracken]] men-at-arms affirms that Jonos is loyal to her father, [[Hoster Tully]], the [[Lord Paramount of the Trident]].{{Ref|AGOT|28}}
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After the death of King [[Robert I Baratheon]], the [[Iron Throne]] decrees that Jonos and other river lords swear fealty to the new king, his successor, [[Joffrey Baratheon|Joffrey I Baratheon]].{{Ref|AGOT|57}} Lord [[Tywin Lannister]] sends Ser [[Gregor Clegane]] to attack Jonos's castle, and the Mountain rapes one of Lord Bracken's daughters{{Ref|ADWD|48}} during the [[burning of Stone Hedge]].{{Ref|AGOT|71}}
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After the siege of [[Riverrun]] is broken in the [[Battle of the Camps]], Jonos returns from ruined [[Stone Hedge]]. At [[Robb Stark]]'s war council in Riverrun, he sits as far away as possible from his rival, [[Tytos Blackwood]], Lord of [[Raventree Hall]]. Jonos suggests allying with King [[Renly Baratheon]] against King Joffrey and the [[House Lannister|Lannisters]], and surprisingly agrees with Tytos in denying Catelyn's suggestion of peace. Jonos joins the other river lords in declaring Robb to be [[King in the North]]{{Ref|AGOT|71}} and [[King of the Trident]].{{Ref|ASOS|Appendix}}
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===''A Clash of Kings''===
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During the [[liberation of Stone Hedge]], Lord Jonos is wounded and his nephew, [[Hendry Bracken|Hendry]], is slain.{{Ref|ACOK|7}}
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Jonos agrees with his rival, Lord Blackwood, that Ser [[Edmure Tully]] has devised a good plan to trap Lord [[Tywin Lannister]] in the [[riverlands]].{{Ref|ACOK|39}}
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===''A Storm of Swords''===
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Jonos's [[Bastardy|natural son]], [[Harry Rivers]], is revealed to have been killed by the [[House Lannister|Lannisters]].{{Ref|ASOS|34}}
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Jonos is cold toward Catelyn because she released Robb's captive, Ser [[Jaime Lannister]].{{Ref|ASOS|14}} Lord Bracken takes part in the launching of Lord [[Hoster Tully]]'s funeral boat with six other nobles at Riverrun.{{Ref|ASOS|35}}
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Tywin expects that Jonos will yield after the [[Red Wedding]].{{Ref|ASOS|53}} After Joffrey's death, the new king, [[Tommen Baratheon|Tommen I Baratheon]], pardons Jonos for his part in the [[War of the Five Kings]].{{Ref|ASOS|72}}
  
{{Quote|"[[Gregor Clegane]] laid waste to my fields, slaughtered my smallfolk, and left Stone Hedge a smoking ruin. Am I now to bend the knee to the ones who sent him? What have we fought for, if we are to put all back as it was before."{{ref|aGoT|71}}}}
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===''A Feast for Crows''===
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[[File:Jonos Bracken by cloudninja9.jpg|thumb|250px|Jonos Bracken by [http://cloudninja9.deviantart.com/ cloudninja9]©]]
  
===A Clash of Kings===
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Lord Jonos besieges [[Raventree Hall]] on behalf of the [[Iron Throne]]. After Jaime resolves the [[siege of Riverrun]], Lord [[Karyl Vance]] implores him to intervene at Raventree since Lord [[Tytos Blackwood]] will never surrender to Jonos.{{Ref|AFFC|44}}
[[File:Jonos Bracken HBO.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Gerry O'Brien as Jonos Bracken in the [[Game of Thrones|TV series]]]]
 
Lord Jonos left [[Riverrun]] with the intent of rebuilding his castle, [[Stone Hedge]], which had been burnt and destroyed by [[House Lannister|Lannister]] forces. He was wounded in the retaking of Stone Hedge and his nephew, [[Hendry Bracken|Hendry]], slain.{{ref|aCoK|7}}
 
  
===A Storm of Swords===
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===''A Dance with Dragons''===
Jonos took part in the launching of Lord [[Hoster Tully]]'s funeral boat with six other nobles.{{Ref|aSoS|35}} After the [[Red Wedding]], Lord Jonos bends his knee to [[Tywin Lannister]] and was pardoned for his part in the war by the [[Iron Throne]].{{Ref|aSoS|72}}
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Ser [[Jaime Lannister]] arrives to end the [[siege of Raventree]], finding Jonos abed with a [[Smallfolk|common]] woman named [[Hildy]]. When Jaime inquires about Lady Bracken, Jones responds that she spends all her time praying after [[Burning of Stone Hedge|Stone Hedge was burned]] by Tywin Lannister.{{Ref|ADWD|48}}
  
===A Feast for Crows===
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Jonos hands Jaime a map with the lands he wants for subduing Lord [[Tytos Blackwood]], along with compensation for the damage Ser [[Gregor Clegane]] and the [[Mountain's men]] did to his land and family. Jaime points out Jonos has not subdued Tytos and that letting him keep his head after initially declaring for [[House Stark]] seems recompense enough for the damage caused by Gregor, who is already dead. Jonos insists that he will keep faith with the crown as he did with the Starks.{{Ref|ADWD|48}}
Lord Jonos besieged [[Raventree Hall]]. Lord [[Karyl Vance]] implored Ser [[Jaime Lannister]] to intervene, knowing that Lord [[Tytos Blackwood]] would never surrender to Lord Jonos.{{ref|aFfC|44}}
 
  
===A Dance with Dragons===
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During his surrender to Jaime, Tytos agrees to surrender a smaller portion of Blackwood land than requested by Lord Bracken. Jonos is also unhappy that Jaime is taking one of Tytos's sons, [[Hoster Blackwood|Hoster]], as a hostage instead of his only daughter, [[Bethany Blackwood|Bethany]]. Jaime upsets Jonos by ordering him to send one of his own daughters to attend Queen Regent [[Cersei Lannister]] at court in [[King's Landing]].{{Ref|ADWD|48}}
[[Jaime Lannister]] arrives to end the siege, he finds Jonos Bracken abed with a woman named [[Hildy]]. Jonos hands Jaime Lannister a map stating the lands he wants back for subduing [[Tytos Blackwood]] along with compensation for the damage [[Gregor Clegane]] did to his land. The lands include [[Battle Valley]].{{ref|adwd|48}} Jaime states he didn't actually subdue Lord Tytos and points that letting him keep his head seems recompense enough for the damage caused by the Mountain. Jonos also recommends Jaime take Blackwoods only daughter as his hostage (Jonos suggested her because he knows how much it would hurt his rival Blackwood to part with his only daughter who he dotes on), Jaime was aware of this however and accepted [[Hoster Blackwood]] as a hostage from Blackwood instead. After the surrender of [[Tytos Blackwood]], Jaime gives Jonos a smaller portion of Raventree land as his "reward" for partly subduing him before asking him to send one of his five daughters to [[King's Landing]] as a hostage, this angers Jonos.{{ref|adwd|48}}
 
  
 
==Family==
 
==Family==
 
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==References and Notes==
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==Quotes by Jonos==
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{{Quote|[[Gregor Clegane]] laid waste to my fields, slaughtered my [[smallfolk]], and left [[Burning of Stone Hedge|Stone Hedge]] a smoking ruin. Am I now to bend the knee to the ones who sent him? What have we fought for, if we are to put all back as it was before?{{Ref|AGOT|71}}|Jonos, at [[Robb Stark]]'s war council in [[Riverrun]]}}
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{{Quote|Aye, I kept faith with [[Robb Stark|the Young Wolf]]. As I'll keep faith with you, so long as you treat me fair. I bent the knee because I saw no sense in dying for the dead nor shedding [[House Bracken|Bracken]] blood in a lost cause.{{Ref|ADWD|48}}|Jonos to [[Jaime Lannister]]}}
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==Quotes about Jonos==
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{{Quote|The red stallion was ever a welcome sight in [[Riverrun]] ... [[Hoster Tully|My father]] counts Jonos Bracken among his oldest and most loyal bannermen.{{Ref|AGOT|28}}|[[Catelyn Stark]], to [[House Bracken]] men-at-arms}}
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{{Quote|When did [[Tytos Blackwood|Blackwood]] and Bracken agree about '''anything''' that was not certain, I ask you?{{Ref|ACOK|39}}|[[Edmure Tully]] to [[Catelyn Stark]]}}
  
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{{Quote|'''Tytos''': For all his rutting, he has not proved man enough to father sons.<br>
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'''Jaime''': He had a [[bastard]] son killed in the war.<br>
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'''Tytos''': Did he? [[Harry Rivers|Harry]] was a bastard, true enough, but whether Jonos sired him is a thornier question. A fair-haired boy, he was, and comely. Jonos is neither.{{Ref|ADWD|48}}|[[Jaime Lannister]] and [[Tytos Blackwood]]}}
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==References==
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[[Category:House Bracken]]
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[[Category:Supporters of Robb Stark in the War of the Five Kings|Bracken, Jonos]]
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[[ru:Джонос Бракен]]
 
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Latest revision as of 19:59, 21 June 2019

House Bracken.svg
Jonos Bracken
House Bracken.svg
Jonos Bracken TheMico.jpg
Jonos Bracken by The Mico

Title Lord of Stone Hedge
Allegiance House Bracken
Culture Rivermen
Born At Stone Hedge[1]
Issue Harry Rivers (disputed)
Barbara Bracken
Jayne Bracken
Catelyn Bracken
Bess Bracken
Alysanne Bracken
Book(s) A Game of Thrones (appears)
A Clash of Kings (mentioned)
A Storm of Swords (appears)
A Feast for Crows (mentioned)
A Dance with Dragons (appears)

Played by Gerry O'Brien
TV series Season 1

Jonos Bracken is the Lord of Stone Hedge and head of House Bracken. In the television adaptation Game of Thrones he is portrayed by Gerry O'Brien.

Appearance and Character

See also: Images of Jonos Bracken

Jonos is heavier than Jaime Lannister but not as tall. He has thick shoulders and arms, and coarse brown hair and brown eyes. Jonos wears a brown woolen tunic embroidered with the red stallion of House Bracken. When ready for combat, he wears plate and mail and a grey steel greathelm with a horsehair crest.[2]

Jonos often glowers and blusters.[3][2]

History

Jonos has daughters and a bastard son, Harry Rivers. His rival, Lord Tytos Blackwood, does not believe that Harry was fathered by Jonos, however.[2]

Recent Events

A Game of Thrones

Gerry O'Brien as Jonos Bracken in Game of Thrones

Before arresting Tyrion Lannister at the crossroads inn, Lady Catelyn Stark has Bracken men-at-arms affirms that Jonos is loyal to her father, Hoster Tully, the Lord Paramount of the Trident.[4]

After the death of King Robert I Baratheon, the Iron Throne decrees that Jonos and other river lords swear fealty to the new king, his successor, Joffrey I Baratheon.[5] Lord Tywin Lannister sends Ser Gregor Clegane to attack Jonos's castle, and the Mountain rapes one of Lord Bracken's daughters[2] during the burning of Stone Hedge.[3]

After the siege of Riverrun is broken in the Battle of the Camps, Jonos returns from ruined Stone Hedge. At Robb Stark's war council in Riverrun, he sits as far away as possible from his rival, Tytos Blackwood, Lord of Raventree Hall. Jonos suggests allying with King Renly Baratheon against King Joffrey and the Lannisters, and surprisingly agrees with Tytos in denying Catelyn's suggestion of peace. Jonos joins the other river lords in declaring Robb to be King in the North[3] and King of the Trident.[6]

A Clash of Kings

During the liberation of Stone Hedge, Lord Jonos is wounded and his nephew, Hendry, is slain.[7]

Jonos agrees with his rival, Lord Blackwood, that Ser Edmure Tully has devised a good plan to trap Lord Tywin Lannister in the riverlands.[8]

A Storm of Swords

Jonos's natural son, Harry Rivers, is revealed to have been killed by the Lannisters.[9]

Jonos is cold toward Catelyn because she released Robb's captive, Ser Jaime Lannister.[10] Lord Bracken takes part in the launching of Lord Hoster Tully's funeral boat with six other nobles at Riverrun.[11]

Tywin expects that Jonos will yield after the Red Wedding.[12] After Joffrey's death, the new king, Tommen I Baratheon, pardons Jonos for his part in the War of the Five Kings.[13]

A Feast for Crows

Jonos Bracken by cloudninja9©

Lord Jonos besieges Raventree Hall on behalf of the Iron Throne. After Jaime resolves the siege of Riverrun, Lord Karyl Vance implores him to intervene at Raventree since Lord Tytos Blackwood will never surrender to Jonos.[14]

A Dance with Dragons

Ser Jaime Lannister arrives to end the siege of Raventree, finding Jonos abed with a common woman named Hildy. When Jaime inquires about Lady Bracken, Jones responds that she spends all her time praying after Stone Hedge was burned by Tywin Lannister.[2]

Jonos hands Jaime a map with the lands he wants for subduing Lord Tytos Blackwood, along with compensation for the damage Ser Gregor Clegane and the Mountain's men did to his land and family. Jaime points out Jonos has not subdued Tytos and that letting him keep his head after initially declaring for House Stark seems recompense enough for the damage caused by Gregor, who is already dead. Jonos insists that he will keep faith with the crown as he did with the Starks.[2]

During his surrender to Jaime, Tytos agrees to surrender a smaller portion of Blackwood land than requested by Lord Bracken. Jonos is also unhappy that Jaime is taking one of Tytos's sons, Hoster, as a hostage instead of his only daughter, Bethany. Jaime upsets Jonos by ordering him to send one of his own daughters to attend Queen Regent Cersei Lannister at court in King's Landing.[2]

Family

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Jonos
 
Lady Bracken
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Harry Rivers
 
Barbara
 
Jayne
 
Catelyn
 
Bess
 
Alysanne
 
Hendry
 


Quotes by Jonos

Gregor Clegane laid waste to my fields, slaughtered my smallfolk, and left Stone Hedge a smoking ruin. Am I now to bend the knee to the ones who sent him? What have we fought for, if we are to put all back as it was before?[3]

—Jonos, at Robb Stark's war council in Riverrun

Aye, I kept faith with the Young Wolf. As I'll keep faith with you, so long as you treat me fair. I bent the knee because I saw no sense in dying for the dead nor shedding Bracken blood in a lost cause.[2]

—Jonos to Jaime Lannister

Quotes about Jonos

The red stallion was ever a welcome sight in Riverrun ... My father counts Jonos Bracken among his oldest and most loyal bannermen.[4]

Catelyn Stark, to House Bracken men-at-arms

When did Blackwood and Bracken agree about anything that was not certain, I ask you?[8]

Tytos: For all his rutting, he has not proved man enough to father sons.

Jaime: He had a bastard son killed in the war.

Tytos: Did he? Harry was a bastard, true enough, but whether Jonos sired him is a thornier question. A fair-haired boy, he was, and comely. Jonos is neither.[2]

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