While this crew was a precursor to the Revolutionaries, it is unknown if Kuma remained with Dragon after he began his campaign against the World Government. This can be seen when he declines to answer a direct question from Admirals Aokiji, Kizaru or Akainu during the Sabaody Archipelago Arc. Among the Royal Seven Warlords, he was obedient to the World Government. Shichibukai Bartholomew Kuma was like a nightmare to the straw hats. “Trensu, control the Gourd, and take us. Jennifer Zdon/The Times-Picayune, via Associated Press. Kuma … Each Pacifista is considered to be a copy of Kuma, except for the original one who was gradually converted into a Pacifista. https://keyblade-universe.fandom.com/wiki/Bartholomew_Kuma?oldid=315. He also has a long protruding chin. Bartholomew Kuma; Thriller Bark; Self-Sacrifice; Angst; Pining; Canon-Typical Violence; Implied/Referenced Character Death; Summary. He also tends to ask a person where they would like to go on a trip before he sends them away with his Devil Fruit ability, often honoring the recipient's request, but will occasionally send them to a place of his own choosing regardless of whether or not he received a reply. Trafalgar D. Law https://bit.ly/3940znh Surgeon Of Death 3. Jinbe a G but don't got swag like that He is a type of Cyborg, a human weapon called a "Pacifista" developed by Dr. Vegapunk. Bartholomew Kuma (Thriller Bark) Roronoa Zoro traded blows with Bartholomew Kuma, one of the Shichibukai, during the Thriller Bark arc of One Piece . He bears the tattoo "PX-0" on the left side of the base of his throat. Considering that not even Ivankov knew of Luffy and Dragon's relationship, this means that Kuma was either incredibly close to Dragon, or that he had been informed of their relationship by Sengoku, Garp, or Akainu after he became a Warlord, since they were the only ones in the Navy to know that Dragon is Luffy's uncle. RELATED: One Piece: 10 Nami Memes That Only True Fans Will Understand Bartholomew Kuma https://bit.ly/2KCBE0B The Tyrant 4. Kuma has his paw pads instead of the laser holes on his hands; it is this aspect, along with the bible that only he holds, that distinguish him from the other Pacifista, and makes him superior to them. He also whispered a message to Silvers Rayleigh during the battle at the Sabaody Archipelago, which the old pirate believes puts the other man at risk. In the other Pacifista, the launcher is installed on their palms as well. Sabo's Anger. This destructive power is enough to severely cripple a massive giant, in this case Oars Jr. Kuma could not have chosen to send him there to boost his fighting style as Ussop being resourceful and using the plants as ammo is a bit of a stretch for Kuma to have planned. “And he created what might have been the first rock ’n’ roll record with ‘The Fat Man,’ ” a hit for Mr. Domino in 1949. We’re not afraid of death, as long as we are together. He was given a Trustees Award, for lifetime achievement, by the Recording Academy in 2014. The covering of his Bible is also shown to be intricately colored purple. Luffy and Nico Robin first began as enemies, but after Robin saves his life in Alabasta, Luffy grows to trust her more deeply which he shows by allowing Robin to join his crew without any reluctance. However, in this case, Kuma removed Luffy's pain because Zolo had agreed to accept it in his place. Mr. Bartholomew, left, shakes hands with Fats Domino in 1999 at the 50th anniversary observance of Mr. Domino’s first recording session in New Orleans. Survivors include his wife, Rhea (Douse) Bartholomew; his daughters, Diane Wilson and Jacqueline Temple; his sons, Dave Jr., Don and Ron; three stepchildren, Alvin LaBeaud, Darrell LaBeaud and Deborah Hubbard; a sister, Thelma Cooper; 25 grandchildren; and many great-grandchildren. His body is able to withstand most attacks, including Sanji's kicks and even Zolo's "Lion's Strike", a technique that was able to cut through steel. Charles L. Franck/Franck Bertacci Photograph Collection, via Historic New Orleans Collection. As a Pacifista, Kuma has the ability to shoot laser beams, which not only causes massive explosions upon detonation, but can also melt steel. Zoro cannot die. Mr. Bartholomew’s name was linked to steadily fewer hit records as the 1960s gave way to the ’70s, but he remained active into his 80s. After serving in World War II he formed his own group, which appeared in New Orleans night spots like the Club Tijuana and the Dew Drop Inn, before meeting the record mogul Lew Chudd, who signed Mr. Bartholomew to his label, Imperial. His powerful punches lay the entirety of the crew on the floor. He briefly fought on the side of his master Heihachi Mishima in a One Minute Melee against Geese Howard. Al… With titles like “Shrimp and Gumbo” and “Carnival Day,” these recordings were evocative of local New Orleans culture. read free. Despite being able to cut steel, Zoro's sword failed to damage Kuma. Kuma's abilities can also be used to create massively destructive attacks. However, the crew was extremely weak both times and they were in no shape to fight another battle, much less a Warlord (in the first encounter, the crew had just finished battling another Warlord, Gecko Moria, as well as an island full of zombies and a giant zombie named Oars; in the second encounter, they had just battled against a Pacifista while fending off a second, the Navy Admirals and Sentomaru). He is one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea and a Revolutionary Army Agent with a bounty of 340,000,000 Berries. He wore tattered clothing and wooden sandals carrying a heavy load of chopped firewood on his back while reading a book called "Ninokin". Since we have a connection, I want to help this group (Fairy Tail and Straw Hat Pirates) escape.". “My Ding-a-Ling,” Chuck Berry’s only No. The named techniques that are used by Kuma that involve the Devil Fruit are as follows: Kuma is now a cyborg modified by Vegapunk. He is also known as Black Bart (Welsh: Barti Ddu), but this name was never used in his lifetime. Under Mr. Bartholomew’s direction, Mr. Domino placed 65 singles on the Billboard pop chart from 1955 to 1964. His animal theme is a bear. The One Piece manga and anime series features an extensive cast of characters created by Eiichiro Oda.The series takes place in a fictional universe where vast numbers of pirates, soldiers, revolutionaries, and other adventurers fight each other, using various superhuman and supernatural abilities. He is extremely fast, enough to seem as though he has disappeared in the eyes of the Straw Hats, as well everyone on Thriller Bark. Mr. Bartholomew’s musical reach extended well beyond his collaborations with Mr. Domino. Chapter 277: Bartholomew k.u.ma! Bartholomew Kuma; Monkey D. Luffy; Pre-Canon; Childhood; Canonical Character Death; Friendship; Complete; Summary. In scattering the Straw Hats to the four winds, he had fulfilled his purpose as a Shichibukai, just before his death. He is the tallest remaining Shichibukai (being three centimeters shorter than former member Gecko Moria) and is usually seen carrying a Bible. Whether this was true or not remains to be seen. Kuma has also shown the ability to "push" or deflect things that lack palpability such as people's pain and exhaustion. This is also shown when he asks people where they would like to go before he "pushes" them. All the Pacifista replicas seen thus far have been identical in appearance to Bartholomew Kuma, even in his uncommon body proportion. This assumption can be reached through some of his actions, specifically when he spared the lives of the Straw Hats on certain, but separate occasions. There are also several white paw prints lining the bottom hem of his coat. The son of a jazz trumpet player, he grew up in a musical home and learned to play the tuba before moving on to trumpet. One Piece: The Soul Purchasing Pirate Chapter Chapter 277: Bartholomew Kuma! Seven Warlords of the Sea and the Pacifista Project. Kuma fights in a style reminiscent of sumo-wrestling. Bartholomew Kuma. read online at NovelWell. With the power of the Paramythia Devil Fruit, "Paw-Paw Fruit", he can repel everything he touches. He even goes so far as to speculate that Blackbeard's acceptance into the Warlord ranks had been a very poor decision by the government, despite the fact that it filled the position left by Crocodile's defeat. “His importance cannot be overstated,” Dr. Ira Padnos, a practicing anesthesiologist and the founder of the Ponderosa Stomp, a national touring revue and foundation that recognizes and promotes the work of American roots music pioneers, said in an interview for this obituary in 2010. His death was confirmed by his son Ron. In the 5th fan poll, Kuma ranked 85th, making him the least popular of the Seven Warlords of the Sea both current and previous. An influential figure who worked mainly behind the scenes, Mr. Bartholomew was best known for the hits … He crouches low in a wide stance, even using the signature stomp, and attacks with open-palm strikes, using his special paws to launch powerful air bullets. “Dave was one of rock ’n’ roll’s first great producers,” Dr. Padnos said. This time, Zoro was fighting to protect his captain's ambition, and while he did put up quite a decent showing, he realized there was no way to defeat Kuma. One of the Seven Warlords of the Sea and an officer of the Revolutionary Army. It only left a scratch on Kuma despite it being a surprise attack. Like Don Quixote Doflamingo and later on Dracule Mihawk, he was present at the government summit at Marie Jois, following Crocodile's defeat in Alabasta. Even Sentomaru noted that Kuma had been acting strange ever since he had become a Pacifista, this maintain of his free will in secret was a result of his deal with Vegapunk before he became one. This is displayed by one of his signature moves, "Ursa Shock", essentially a bomb made of highly compressed air created by pushing the air between his hands. He only spoke briefly. 3 Bartholomew Kuma Rescued The Straw Hats From Kizaru’s Claws In Thriller Bark, Tyrant Kuma utterly demolished the already beaten down Straw Hats. Bartholomew Kuma, also known as 'The Tyrant,' was once a famous pirate who was known for his cruelty, as his epithet suggests. We’re not afraid of death, as long as we are together. The Pacifista have the voice of Kuma, furthering their … While initially he will give the impression of wearing glasses, it seems t… "I work for the Revolutionary Army. It was revealed much later. He is a minor antagonist of the Long Ring Long Land Arc, and a major antagonist in the Navyford Arc, where he took part in the Battle of Navyford and sided with the Navy, along with most of the other Seven Warlords of the Sea. Although he obeys the commands of the World Government, Kuma also disagrees with what his superiors deem "good" and "evil" in the world. Keyblade Universe Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. His overall appearance resembles that of a bear, though there are a few key differences. He was generally calm and composed in any situation, and is subtle in his attaining of goals (such as not revealing to the Straw Hat Pirates the exact reasons for testing their power twice and then separating them across the world for future preparation). In the Unlimited game series, Kuma's jacket is brown. He is however, much and very different from all the other cyborgs, and displays strength and agility that are on a different scale. He ate the Paw-Paw Fruit, which allows him to push anything he touches, and even send them flying miles away. In this time, though, he learned of Dragon's nephew, Monkey D. Luffy. This is shown when Kuma took all of the pain that Luffy had suffered on Thriller Bark and left him feeling completely healthy, meaning that his abilities can be used to heal people and cure them. NO. "If you were to go on a trip... where would you like to go?.". His overall appearance resembles that of a bear, though there are a few key differences. Dave Bartholomew was born on Dec. 24, 1918, in Edgard, La. With Fats he wrote stuff that was accessible enough that the kids would buy it.”. According to Perona, Kuma was once a violent, tyrannical pirate, who was said to be "brutal beyond measure". He also produced and arranged signature hits by Lloyd Price (“Lawdy Miss Clawdy”), Shirley and Lee (“Let the Good Times Roll”) and Smiley Lewis (“I Hear You Knocking”). “There was nothing else like it at the time. Kuma Bartholomew is currently one of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, a group which is one of The Three Great Powers. Kuma is an enormous man, making him the tallest of all the Seven Warlords and is usually seen carrying a Bible. Kuma listened as Raffit stated that he wished to put forward his captain's name for nomination of Warlord. “Trensu, control the Gourd, and take us. Fats Domino, left, and Dave Bartholomew, who co-wrote and produced many of Mr. Domino’s hits. Similarly, Straw Hat Pirates and Rolling Pirates (Lola's group of pirates) heard the order of the marines and Kuma can't just take a risk of blowing his own cover. He was the most successful pirate of the Golden Age of Piracy as measured by vessels captured, taking over 400 prizes in his career. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Whitebeard, who had heard that Ace intended to take his head, arrived with his crew and the Moby Dickjust after the battle between Jinbe and Ace. The Pacifista themselves were engineered by the World Government's lead scientists, Dr. Vegapunk. Kuma is easily one of the most powerful characters that have appeared in the series. His eyes are strangely covered by either a pair of glasses or clear-mirrored lenses. Kuma has at least equivalent to possibly superior durability compared to other Pacifista; the average Pacifista model is capable of withstanding a combination assault from the pre-timeskip Monster Trio. The main difference between himself and them are the paw pads on his hands, as opposed to laser holes and the Bible he is often seen carrying around. While initially he will give the impression of wearing glasses, it seems that, based on the Pacifistas that were destroyed, those are actually his own eyes. Through his actions, he appears to have a great knowledge in geography, as with his powers he knows exactly where he is sending someone seemingly no matter where in the world he is. Once Vegapunk finished his modifications on Kuma, the Shichibukai was converted into the first complete Pacifista cyborg, with the serial PX-0, and figuratively died in the process. Not only did he defeat them once, he did it twice. He earned the nickname Leather Lungs for his ability to hold a note, and by the time he was a teenager he had spent time in a number of the region’s most popular bands, including those led by Joe Robicheaux and Papa Celestin. He also demonstrated great level of loyalty and honor to his cause in defending the "Thousand Sunny" from a continuous stream of assault over the course of two years, not moving to even recover from his injuries. Kuma was revealed to have been effectively dead during the, Kuma is the only known person to be affiliated with. Besides appearing on his sessions, this tight ensemble played on Little Richard’s volcanic mid-50s hits “Tutti Frutti” and “Long Tall Sally.” It also backed Sam Cooke, with a young Allen Toussaint on piano, during his 1960 tour of the United States. “He was operating in a very segregated environment,” John Broven, the author of “Rhythm & Blues in New Orleans,” said in an interview. Luffy needs him. “You had to be somebody special to rise to the top.”. The genial, steady-rolling arrangements Mr. Bartholomew wrote for Mr. Domino all but ensured the mainstream appeal of his music. While he may not look it, Franky is modeled after early designs for the Pacifista. No less remarkable was the fact that Mr. Bartholomew, a black man, achieved such prominence working in the Jim Crow South. Chapter 277: Bartholomew Kuma! He is a cyborg who is the former Shichibukai and a former officer of the Revolutionary Army. The Strawhats need him. Like many others, Kuma chose to function alone as a pirate. Whitebeard told his crew that he alone would be enough, and proceeded to attack Ace's crew. His degree of knowledge is high enough to perfectly locate even a moving sky island, although his cyborg modifications may have enhanced this ability. 888 - YouTube Kuma was shown to be a brilliant agent of deception, managing to successfully manipulate the World Government from discovering his true affiliation towards the Revolutionary Army for several years, managing to be appointed to the position of Warlord. A broad cross section of Mr. Bartholomew’s music, including his work with renowned blues musicians like T-Bone Walker and Roy Brown, was presented in “The Spirit of New Orleans: The Genius of Dave Bartholomew,” a two-CD set released by Capitol Records in 1993. An influential figure who worked mainly behind the scenes, Mr. Bartholomew was best known for the hits he produced for and wrote with Fats Domino, including “Ain’t That a Shame” (originally released under the name “Ain’t It a Shame”) and “Blue Monday.”. The records Mr. Bartholomew released under his own name had more of a Caribbean or Afro-Cuban feel than his collaborations with Mr. Domino and the other youth-oriented performers whose sessions he produced. 10 – Nico Robin. When using his Devil Fruit power, he tends to ask the recipient where they would like to go beforehand. Ussop- Its concievable that Kuma knew Heracles some how. His hat features a pair of rounded ears, and, along with the dark blue fabric of his pants, is covered in brown spots. The fruit's powers also allow him to move at the same speed as the objects he pushes, possibly by using it to push himself, appearing instantaneously at a desired location regardless of distance, all the while moving with no more than a slow walk. He witnessed the immolation of the Gray Terminal, assisting the survivors on board the revolutionaries' ship. (Others included the saxophonists Lee Allen and Alvin (Red) Tyler.). Sichibukai and revolusioner Bartholomew Kuma versus Pacifista to help Mugiwara Pirates on Sabaody archipelago. He put a heavy backbeat behind an old blues tune, and it became rock ’n’ roll.”, That “big beat,” as it came to be known, was supplied by the drummer Earl Palmer, one of several unerringly funky musicians whom Mr. Bartholomew recruited to work in his band. Due to his refusal to assist the Navy without a direct order, Kuma did not hesitate to lie when it came to his victory over the Straw Hats at Sabaody Archipelago. Bartholomew Roberts (17 May 1682 – 10 February 1722), born John Roberts, was a Welsh pirate who raided ships off the Americas and West Africa between 1719 and 1722. Dave Bartholomew, the producer, arranger, composer, trumpet player and bandleader who had a major hand in the shaping of New Orleans rhythm and blues and early rock ’n’ roll, died on Sunday in New Orleans. Among rock ’n’ roll singers, only Elvis Presley had more during that period. Many statues portray him holding a book while he walks with a heavy load on his back. Because of this, he was known as "Mountain Tyrant" Kuma. In addition to being “the one who organized all the musicians and whipped everyone into shape in the studio,” he noted, “he was a great musician himself, a red-hot trumpeter.”, Dave Bartholomew, Mainstay of New Orleans R&B, Dies at 100. That he was inducted in the “nonperformer” category was appropriate but perhaps misleading, Mr. Broven said. (Some sources say the year was 1920, but the family said 1918 is correct.) He was once feared as an extremely vicious pirate, earning himself the title, "Tyrant". Bartholomew Kuma was a undercover member of revolutionary army, he cannot just say to the marines that he wont kill Luffy. Kuma is an enormous man, being 689cm tall. Kuma was introduced during the meeting at Marie Jois. After the events of thriller bark arc, Kuma suddenly showed up and nearly wiped out the straw hats. He has also demonstrated the ability to block all physical attacks, even sword attacks, by pushing them away with these hands. Bartholomew Kuma (バーソロミュー・くま, Bāsoromyū Kuma), is a fictional character and deuteragonist from the One Piece series. Confusing ones: His modification into a cyborg was a slow process, with each of his body parts being modified one by one, with his head being remained completely not modified. We can’t let the Marines take our captain like this!” Unlike the other Warlords, he is capable of showing mercy even towards those he regards as "targets". No, no, no. Bartholomew Kuma is an recurring antagonist who appears in the One Piece series. Edward Newgate "Whitebeard" https://bit.ly/360cCjG World's Strongest Enter The Cavern For One Piece Enter The Cavern For Anime Merch # twilightscavern # onepiece See More However, there are times he may forego this courtesy on certain occasions. When talking, Kuma customarily uses the word target in his sentences. He later worked briefly with Jimmie Lunceford’s big band, and with a military band while serving in the Army, where he began writing and arranging music. In addition to his demeanor, he can also be seen as somewhat of a benevolent character, especially compared to the other Warlords. One Piece: The Soul Purchasing Pirate Chapter 277: Bartholomew Kuma! Fusing Mardi Gras parade rhythms, jump blues, big-band jazz and Tin Pan Alley pop, Mr. Bartholomew and his band created a Crescent City groove that became as enduring a part of rock ’n’ roll vernacular as Bo Diddley’s “shave-and-a-haircut” beat and Mr. Berry’s “ringin’ a bell” guitar. His jacket contains a large white design reminiscent of a target cross-hair or a coda sign. It is later revealed that he pushes them away, sending them flying to another destination, which he can choose, even if the destination requires several days to reach. "We have no obligation to cooperate with the Navy save where the government is directly involved.". Instead, Kuma strives to uphold his own ideals (described as Moral Justice) whenever possible. Kuma is one of the few people to have completely defeated the entire Straw Hat Pirates, and is also the only character introduced so far that has defeated the crew single-handedly, twice. Mr. Bartholomew’s compositions have been included on the soundtracks of music-themed movies like “The Girl Can’t Help It” (1956) and “American Graffiti” (1973). This laser is apparently a replication of Kizaru's Glint-Glint Fruit powers and for Kuma, this launcher is only installed in his mouth. The Sorbet Kingdom is a nation in the South Blue2 that was once ruled by the revolutionary turned Warlord, Bartholomew Kuma.1 1 Geography 2 History 2.1 Past 2.2 Levely Arc 3 Trivia 4 References 5 Site Navigation Nothing is known about the country's geography because it has yet to make an appearance. Mr. Bartholomew was working for the label as a talent scout when he first heard Mr. Domino perform, at the Hideaway Club in New Orleans. Kuma has made numerous people "vanish" by slapping them with one of his hands. The only distinguishing features between them and the genuine article are the lack of a Bible and Kuma's Nikyu Nikyu no Mipalm pads, though the latter is not initially apparent as they all wear similar gloves. He later became a Warlord and allowed Dr. Vegapunk to modify him into the cyborg weapon "Pacifista". “Dave was one of rock ’n’ roll’s first great producers,” one expert said. Despite being perceived as the most dutiful of the Seven Warlords of the Sea, Kuma still held enough of his convictions to adamantly refuse to directly address Navy as high-ranked as Admiral Aokiji, Kizaru, or Akainu. He has spiky black hair with a widow's peak hairstyle, and what resemble tribal tattoos on the left side of his face (which he received sometime after Gol D. Roger's death), they are colored dark red in the anime, and bright red in the manga. A member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame, he was elected to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1991. However, due to her Devil Fruit ability, she can alter her age and thus change her appearance at will. “The Fat Man,” the first single the two men made together, became a national hit and offered early proof of Mr. Bartholomew’s astute mix of commercial and artistic instincts. He does not want the crew to die, however, since he allowed them to escape twice so far, indicating he might be holding back. Chapter 277: Bartholomew Kuma! Even prior to his become of a Pacifista, Kuma is secretly a commander in the Revolutionary Army; as a result, he has control over the lower ranking members of the Revolutionary Army. Despite that, he was strong enough to deal with most incoming threats to him. As of yet, there has been no further details revealed regarding this clandestine agreement, the processes involved in the creation of the Pacifista, or the relationship between Kuma and the mysterious Vegapunk. Kuma become slave- One piece ep. He was once feared as an extremely vicious pirate, earning himself the title, "Mountain Tyrant" (山暴君, Yama Bō-kun). In SBS Volume 63, Oda drew the Seven Warlords as children, Kuma had short hair and was missing his bear ears hat, glasses, and cybernetic enhancements he receives later on. The Paw-Paw Fruit (ニキュニキュの実, Nikyu Nikyu no Mi, literally meaning "Fruit of the Paw-Paw"), a Paramythia-type Devil Fruit, which was eaten by Kuma, gives him paw pads on both of his palms which give him the power to "push" or deflect anything, including the air around him (in paw-shaped bubbles); allowing him to not only defend himself from attacks but also to push objects at great speed, making him a "Paw-Palmed Human" (火人間, Nikukyū Ningen). Elton John, Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones, Hank Williams Jr. and Cheap Trick, among many others, have recorded material associated with Mr. Bartholomew. The objects he can push are not limited to tangible objects, as he can also push air, using it as a weapon to fire paw pad shaped blasts at his foes. "Kuma” means "bear" in Japanese, which represents his character's animal theme. Dragon is usually seen dressed in a long green cloak (colored black in the manga), underneath which he wears the garb of a revolutionary, colored white in the anime, and orange in the manga. Despite his imposing figure and his past reputation, Bartholomew Kuma is a very calm, quiet and somewhat benevolent individual person of an individual in spite of his imposing figure and past reputation. However, Kuma's loyalty does not extend to the Navy. One Piece: The Soul Purchasing Pirate Chapter 277: Bartholomew Kuma! He has such a fierce reputation that even other powerful and famous pirates are unnerved by him, as seen when the captain of the Kid Pirates, Eustass Kid, seemed heavily disturbed when he witnessed the arrival of a Pacifista (mistaking it for the real Kuma) on the Sabaody Archipelago, despite the fact that his bounty was higher than Kuma's former one. His depiction has similarities with Ninomiya Sontoku, a famous philosopher of the 19th century. Kuma's hair and jacket are black, and his hat is gray with black paw-like prints. His combat abilities are also demonstrated with expert use, Kuma using it for offense, defense and travel and often in quick succession of the previous action. We can’t let the Marines take our captain like this!” Round 5: Bartholomew Kuma vs Gloxinia: Kuma sends him on a trip Round 6: Jinbe vs Drole: Drole win with his ballerina moves. He apparently struck some sort of deal with the World Government to become a guinea pig for this human weapon project, despite his hatred towards them. He was 100. 10 People Who Saved Luffy From Death. As with the other Pacifista models, Kuma has a built-in electronic recognition device within his pupils, which enables him to accurately identify certain individuals (presumably anybody that is listed within the World Government's bounty system) and their bounty count from across a distance of several dozen meters.
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