Rebecca

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Ever since I moved away from my family, I dream about them often. Sometimes I have nightmares – it’s probably because we rarely see each other and I’m worried about them.

During the day, I dream about always being as much in love as I am right now!:)

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Sarah

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I have some recurring dreams; they are usually replaced by new ones every two or three months. My current recurring dream is of a little girl who visits every night. The weird thing about it is that she had seen something that caused her father to cut out her eyes. She shows me her life through pictures – I can feel what she feels.  (more…)

Dana

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When I was four years old, I dreamed that I was walking near a certain place with a certain friend of mine. When I was thirteen years old, this exact thing actually happened. It’s quite often that I experience such occurrences of déjà vu in my life. I don’t usually remember my dreams, probably because I am rational and it’s not in my dreams that I solve my problems.

I want to be a psychologist and get a PhD. My biggest goal is to cure people without using drugs.

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Rocco

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I don’t really remember my dreams, but I’m sure that I’m playing soccer in them. 🙂

I’ve always wanted to play for a great soccer team. I dream of being top scorer in my team, and I’d like to travel around the world – but most of all I’d like to get to Asia.

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Nora

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My dreams always have this depressive mood to them, which is weird because I wouldn’t call myself a depressive person at all. In fact, my motto is that “the sun always shines above the clouds”. Perhaps my subconscious has different thoughts about this…

For a while I lived here in Budapest, but soon I’m going home to London. I’m very homesick already.

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Anthony P.

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I grew up on horror films, not fairy tales, so fear itself is something that appears in my dreams very often. By now I have grown to enjoy my dreams: it’s as if I were watching a movie.  (more…)

Amelia

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In my dream I am making out with someone in a bathroom which all white – the walls, the tiles, the sink, everything. It’s like making out with a boy who doesn’t have a face. Even though there are lots of mirrors all around, I still cannot see him.

I daydream about finding that great big love… One which is like those in Nicholas Sparks’ novels.

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Oriana

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I have this recurring dream where I’m swimming in dark water which is so deep that I cannot see the bottom. It’s so frightening that most of the time I wake up with a start.

I came to Budapest with my friends a few days ago; it’s a very nice city. I’d like to visit every continent and to travel around the world.

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Tom & Bertold

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We’re on a dream journey… 🙂 We came to Budapest from Germany. For quite some time now we’ve been flirting with the idea of travelling around Europe. This city is our first stop, and what can I say, it’s beautiful! It is a great start to a wonderful journey.

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Olivia L.

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I don’t remember any images from my dreams, but I do remember some feelings…

I am a chronic daydreamer. At any time during the day, whenever I have a little rest, I start daydreaming immediately. Right now I’m dreaming about going to Hawaii and swimming in the crystal clear water. Every day I dream about something else – or I should say, every hour!

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Maxim

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Perhaps I’m a dreamless daydreamer?…

No, I wouldn’t say… Of course there are things that I want. One of my dreams is to compete in the Tour de France, but I have to train very hard to be able to do that.

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Kathy

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I’ve had this recurring dream since childhood about a road that leads nowhere. I used to experience this as a bad dream, but these days I feel good about it because I love to travel. One thing that’s interesting about my dreams is that I can never remember whether my dream was in color or in black and white.

My biggest dream is to be able to love my job. It would be great if I didn’t have to wake up every day with the feeling of “Oh no, I have to go to work again”.

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Renee

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I remember all of my dreams in the morning. I often dream about my cat who is no longer alive, but it’s relaxing to have her with me in the dream. My dreams have a very strong effect on me in the physical sense as well. Once, for example, I dreamed that my teeth fell out, and after I woke up my mouth was totally numb.

My great desire is to be a manga illustrator in Japan… Or else I’d like to be a dolphin trainer in some country by the sea.

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Mandy

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In general, my dreams are the projections of my real-life thoughts. Sometimes I can control them, but sometimes they won’t let me. (more…)

Frankie

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In my childhood I had many strange dreams. I was haunted by evil characters out of fairy tales who scared the hell out of me back then. One time I even fought dragons while traveling on a flying carpet.  (more…)

Lily B.

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I have this dream that’s very scary to me. My limbs – my hands and feet – suddenly grow enormous, like a cartoon character’s. I don’t know what this could possibly mean, or what my subconscious is trying to tell me with this…

My big dream is to become an acclaimed DJ.

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Nina

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I have this frequently recurring dream that never changes, no matter how often I dream it. I go on a camping trip with my class, into this deep forest. Unfortunately a bear comes and slaughters everyone. My friend Dorothy and I are the only ones that stay alive… We hide in our tents. We are so afraid that we get out of the tent and start running. But unfortunately the bear catches Dorothy… I keep running. I reach a waterfall where I have to choose: either I jump off, or I end up in the bear’s stomach. In the next moment, the cliff that I’m standing on breaks off, and I wake up.

 

I’d like to leave everything behind and travel to a beautiful place with my friends.

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Kim P.

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These days I dream about a deep dark forest where I get lost. I am somewhere near the middle of the forest when suddenly a big lion appears in front of me: this calms me down; it’s as if he appeared to show me the way out. Unfortunately, I never actually get out of the forest because I always wake up.

 

For now, I’m still quite shy in front of the camera, but I’d like to become an actress.

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Denise

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My dreams usually revolve around everyday issues. Well, there was this one time when I dreamed about a zombie apocalypse where I was all alone and very scared…, but that can probably be chalked up to watching too much of The Walking Dead.

My biggest dream is to become a bass player in a foreign rock band, like my role model Gerard Way.

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Lilianne

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I’ve always been very active at night, ever since my childhood. When I was younger I used to say all sorts of nonsense in my sleep, but that’s no longer the case. I don’t remember these things – I only remember how unhappy my husband used to be when I woke him.

I’ve done some family tree research recently and it revealed that I had relatives in Hungary, so I thought it important to travel here. By getting to know family members that live far away from me, a long-time dream of mine came true.

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Gabriel F.

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In my dreams I am usually involved in some kind of an accident and it’s always a horrific sight. Unfortunately, it’s rare that I wake up immediately from these dreams, and sometimes it feels as though I’m experiencing the pain caused by the accident – but luckily that feeling passes quickly.

Few people know this about me, but my big dream is to become a chef. Ever since my childhood I’ve always loved to cook: I learned this skill from my grandmother. My friends sometimes laugh at this, but luckily it’s a big hit with the chicks. :)

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Ellie S.

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I usually have really surreal dreams… Oftentimes I cannot explain them. Clocks, harsh sounds, bright colors or sometimes total darkness – these are the things that characterize them.

I don’t have any big dreams; I do not plan ahead. I live for today!

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Julianne B.

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What you should know about me is that I’m very interested in archaeology, especially fossils. This is probably why dinosaurs play a major role in my dreams. In my last dream I was being pursued by velociraptors, but luckily they never caught up to me. According to my own analysis, this dream probably means that I am running away from something in my life – something that I shouldn’t be running away from.

I’ve had this strong attraction towards Africa for the longest time now: I would like to explore the wonders of African culture.

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Ben V.

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I very rarely remember my dreams because by the time I get into bed I’m so exhausted that I fall into a deep sleep immediately.

I’d like to be a stuntman. In Hungary, this profession has no future, so I definitely imagine my future abroad. I am a perfectionist, but I will not despair if I can’t accomplish this goal because there are still plenty of options for me in this life.

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Melissa

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Every day I look forward to falling asleep and dreaming again. Recently I had a dream about my university campus: there was a skating rink and also a beach nearby, it was fantastic!

I’d like to create something permanent in my life. It wouldn’t be necessary for the whole world to know about it: it would suffice if those around me knew. I study international management. It would be fantastic to work for a company where I felt fulfilled.

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Dorothy O.

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I often wake up in alarm, shouting in the middle of the night. In my dreams I am usually abandoned, cheated on or hurt by people that are close to me. Sometimes I even die, but when that happens I wake up.

I’m studying to be an actor and my greatest desire is to go into theatre. I’ve had four entrance exams so far, but I’m too young for the profession, so I always get rejected. I will not give up: I’ll keep trying until I reach my goal!

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Diane K.

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Sometimes at night I dream about subsequent future events. Because of this, my friends think I’m weird, but I can sort of understand that.

Ever since my childhood I’ve always imagined my life abroad. Not long ago I visited a friend of mine in Austria and I really liked the country. I think I’d have more opportunities there; it’s also the place where I can imagine starting a family.

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Gabrielle L.

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At night I dream about traveling. It is not surprising…

I’m just waiting for my friend whom I haven’t seen for ages. She lives abroad and came home yesterday for a visit. It would be great to just leave everything behind and travel with her back to America. I would like to try my luck and create something great by my own effort.

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Nicole

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In my nightmares I am being chased by faceless people. They are yelling at me, but I don’t understand what they’re saying because I am running so fast. I wake up from these dreams screaming and panting, which is not a good feeling at all… After a dream like this it is difficult to go back to sleep.

My great desire is to work with animals. It would be so cool to work in a zoo – I’ve been dreaming of this ever since I was a small child. I would like to adopt one of each cute animal in the world, but unfortunately this is a dream that is yet to be fulfilled.:)

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Matthew

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I have this strange dream which is like a video game. Somewhere in the middle of a big city – let’s say, New York – I leap off the ground and jump up on top of a skyscraper, then I slowly drift down and jump again.

I am interested in pursuing a career in medicine, but I haven’t yet been accepted into any university. I hope that one day this will happen and that I’ll be able to study what I want.

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Esther P.

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At night I visit places that are foreign to me, and yet I feel safe in those places. I also have a recurring nightmare which makes me feel uneasy even after I wake up. I dream about my room, but all the furniture is missing: it is replaced by porcelain dolls. The way they look at me is very frightening: it’s as if they were alive and getting ready to attack me. Luckily, I always wake myself up if I can – I really don’t want to wait and see how this dream ends!

I’m still young; my life is ahead of me and there are plenty of things I want to accomplish. I’d be happy if I could finish high school with good grades and get accepted into a top-notch university. I don’t know exactly what I’ll be when I grow up, but I am interested in fine art.

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Monica

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My dreams are predominantly made up of everyday happenings: my friends often appear in them, and so do certain events and places that are important to me. However, I have this recurring dream where I’m falling down a tunnel but I never get to the bottom because I always wake up. In this dream I am always aware of the fact that I’m dreaming and I’d like to control the dream, but unfortunately I haven’t as yet succeeded.

I have come from Germany to explore Budapest. It is a great desire of mine to discover the various cultures of as many countries as I can.

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Christina B.

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I guess I could compare my dreams to a movie. You could even find the usual stock characters in them; they are usually portrayed by my friends. I am never in the film: I always observe the events from the outside. I’m sad when I have to get up because I never get to find out how the “movie” ends…

It’s been my desire since childhood to become a painter. It’s not easy to be recognized in Hungary, but luckily my parents and my friends support me in everything I do. Though I am still young, several of my teachers have told me I have talent and that I shouldn’t give up.

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Peter

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I only remember the nightmares… In them, I am haunted by past events; I relive unpleasant experiences.

I would like to prove that I am successful in what I do.

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Andrew & Daint

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Daint (right): I often dream about a huge luxury house with an enormous living room and loads of other rooms. It’s like a logic game: I have to keep opening rooms and find the correct one. This is a fantastic dream because I get to gather awesome things together, and I only wake up once I’m satisfied with the room I found. (more…)

Angela

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In the morning, my dreams are shrouded in mystery: all I can recall is a few motifs here and there. Unfortunately I can remember some scenes from my nightmares: I stumble, or I fall from a height, and I always wake up when this happens.

My great desire is to travel: I have no specific destination in mind, the only thing that matters to me is to get to places where I can admire the beauty of my surroundings.

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Rose

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My dreams are usually related to the things that happened to me during the day. The people that appear in my dreams are the ones I’d met on a given day. In these dreams, they and other people – strangers – put me in funny or embarrassing situations.

I imagine my future in a beautiful big city – perhaps here in Budapest. I’d like to have a big happy family and a pretty house.

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Regina

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My grandparents, who unfortunately are no longer among us, often appear in my dreams. These dreams are good and bad at the same time: I’m happy because I’m with them, but then when I wake up I realize that they’re gone.

For a long time now I’ve been daydreaming about my boyfriend proposing to me. I’d like to have a perfect wedding… I’ve also been thinking about having a child.

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Kathy P.

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In my dreams I go on nature hikes. I walk through huge forests where you cannot see the sky from the tall trees. These dreams have a very calming effect on me: it’s as though I find my inner peace while dreaming.

I would like to explore every corner of the world! There was a time when my family and I constantly moved around, from one city to the next, one country to the next; so traveling has become a great passion for me. I have been in Budapest for a few weeks now. The city is beautiful, the people are nice, and I have visited some wonderful places during my time here.

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Anna

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In my dreams I get into impossible situations, which makes me feel quite depressed after I wake up.

I’d like to be a psychiatrist so that I can help people, especially those on whom others have already given up. I would also like to explore Australia.

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Rika

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I come from Germany; I came to Budapest for a holiday. Last night I dreamed about flying. I often dream that I am able to fly:

usually it’s very easy, but last night I had a rough time, so I can’t say it was a good feeling.

When I was younger, I always thought that having a career was more important than having a family, so I had this great desire to be successful. Today, I feel like I’m wiser, but I do not know exactly what it is I want. One thing is for sure: I want to be successful and I want to create something that will make the world a better place.

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Maria S.

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When I was young I could remember my dreams in vivid detail, but right now I couldn’t recall any dream I’ve had. I still have dreams of course, but often I cannot remember them. (more…)

Erica

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In the morning there is usually a moment where I get flashbacks from the dreams I’d just had, but unfortunately by the time I get out of bed I forget it all.

In my childhood all I ever dreamed about was becoming a fashion designer. Luckily I’ve let go of this dream by now, but I am still interested in the fashion industry. I study journalism, and it would be fantastic to work for a fashion magazine. My favourite movie is The Devil Wears Prada – this film always reminds me that if I want to achieve something, I have to work hard.

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Uzurose

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I am working on a book at the moment and my mind is busy with this even at night.

The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic Hungary where after a nuclear war the survivors are trying to start life afresh.

I don’t have any big dreams. I have these small, everyday desires that I strive to fulfil, like going to concerts for example, or buying things that I need. My best friend lives in Los Angeles – I would love to visit him one day.

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Sophie

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I don’t sleep well nowadays, so my dreams are quite often very strange.

Sometimes I unintentionally kill someone in my dream by suffocating them. And very often I hop over from one country to another at night.

I want to inspire others to accept themselves and to dare to be themselves. I study kung fu and I wish to become a certified coach to be able to teach those who are interested.

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Barbara

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I am very active at night; I have very bizarre dreams.

Naturally, lots of my dreams are about love – I hook up with people that I would never think of as boyfriend material in real life. I have nightmares too: I stumble or I fall off places; I usually stumble on long flights of stairs. I think this is some kind of a phobia of mine because once as a child I fell down a spiral staircase.

I really like this place, it is perfect for reading. I’d like to settle down in a place like this: in a small cottage next to a lake. Of course it would be fantastic to live in a big castle too… But unless I marry a prince, I don’t think this dream of mine will become a reality.

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Shona

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I only remember my dreams if I don’t sleep well. As a rule, I dream that I get lost in a dark city. (more…)

Becca

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I don’t always remember what I dreamed. If I do, then I only remember the people I’ve met in my dream. Because I know and love the people I met in my dreams it usually fills me with a good feeling.

It is my big dream to travel around the Earth and see everything on our wonderful planet. A huge happy family – I think this is everybody’s big desire, just like it is mine. Of course with lots of dogs and kids – this is how it would be perfect.

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Tammy

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My recurring dream is that I am in an empty space which is completely white. I am walking around in this big emptiness – at these times I am filled with total calmness. I never wake up from this dream, it is as if my brain fills the time in between two vivid dreams with this one picture. What do I dream about? Hm… It is a difficult question. I would like to learn to drive a motorbike and drive fast into the sunset as it is in the movies.

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Martha

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My dreams usually mirror my everyday life. I meet with people who are important to me. Whether my dream is good or bad depends on where I am right then in my life.

I was able to live in Paris for a month, and with that I realized one of my biggest dreams. I would like to travel some more and gain insight into the lives of other cultures.

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