Перевод «toddler» на русский

Алан-э-Дейл       29.08.2022 г.

Toddler Essentials

Toddler Clothes

Shoes now become a necessity, and the pants with padded knees are great, too. Cute things to dress your baby in such as dresses, jeans and their favorite cartoon character. O.k, well maybe yours!

Toddler Bed

When they finally get too big for the crib (or your next baby comes along) it’s time for a toddler bed. There are some really cute ones with Disney characters, cars and even princess canopy beds. They might also need a travel bed for any trips you take, too.

A Lighter Stroller

We purchased a big stroller so our newborn could lie-down. We switched over to a cheaper, lighter “Umbrella Stroller” which made travel by bus and airplanes a lot easier.

High-Chair / Feeding Chair

Toddlers become very curious about what your eating and want to get in on the act. A high-chair / booster chair is a safe way to let them do this, and there are a few great multi-seats available too.

Baby Splat Mat

By accident, (and sometimes by mischievous design) toddlers love dropping things on the floor. Things also get knocked over, especially when you quickly stop them from doing something crazy. A splat mat is just the thing.

Waterproof Bib

We expect toddlers to get a bit messy, but it’s no fun washing clothes all the time. A good, waterproof bib will wipe down easily and save on laundry detergent.

How Development Is Monitored

Not all children develop at the same rate, but there are developmental milestones that doctors expect to see within a certain timeframe, and interventions such as speech, physical, or occupational therapy may be recommended if a toddler has not reached a developmental milestone within a suggested range.

Pediatricians will monitor your child’s progress at well visits, such as check-ups at your doctor when your child isn’t sick, or vaccines during well visits, which will typically happen at 12 months, 18 months, 24 months, and 36 months.

To gauge your child’s development, your pediatrician will ask questions about how your child plays, moves, interacts with others, speaks, responds to questions or directions as well as questions about independent behaviors like feeding or dressing herself. Many pediatricians use the Ages and Stages Questionnaire, a widely used screening tool for kids from birth through to age 6.

Parents are asked to fill out the questionnaire in advance of the visit, which asks a series of questions that measure your child’s communication, problem-solving, personal, social, and gross and fine motor skills. The questionnaire is designed to help identify children who are at risk for developmental delays and encourages parental involvement in their child’s development.

Whether you fill out a questionnaire or simply talk to the doctor, the goal is to identify potential delays and provide the appropriate services that can support a toddler, known as “early intervention.”

Early Intervention

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “In the United States, about 13% of children 3 to 17 years of age have a developmental or behavioral disability such as autism, intellectual disability, and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. In addition, many children have delays in language or other areas that can affect school readiness.”

The earlier these delays and disabilities are identified, the more quickly a child can be supported with early intervention services. Early intervention services are specifically for babies and toddlers and can help a child make significant improvements in development skills. These services include therapies that help the child learn to interact with others, walk, talk, develop appropriate responses to sensory stimuli, and more.

When to Contact Your Doctor

If you are worried about your toddler’s development, keep in mind that children develop at different paces, and, just like adults, every toddler has some skills that are stronger than others. However, it’s also important not to ignore warning signs. First, consult your toddler’s pediatrician if you have any concerns. Your child’s doctor will ask questions and potentially refer you to an early intervention specialist for more in-depth screening.

The specialist will closely monitor your toddler as they take them through a series of games or activities. Through these interactions, as well as through interviewing the parents or caregiver, the specialist will either recommend the child for early intervention services or not. If your child does not need additional services, you may need to follow up with another screening in three to six months to reassess.

Baby boy names that are rising in popularity

The top baby boy names in the U.S. right now — Liam, Noah, Oliver, Elijah and William — have been popular for quite some time. Liam has held the number one spot for baby boy names since 2017, and Noah and William have been somewhere in the top five since 2011. This year, Elijah and William swapped rankings within the top five names for boys: Elijah moved up one spot to number four, and William moved down to five number.

Two-syllable names are also popular for baby boys: Lucas and Henry are just a couple of examples in the top 10. The rest of the list is sprinkled with classic and up-and-coming names alike, all providing ideas for parents hunting for the perfect baby boy name for their newest arrival.

While top baby boy names have remained among the most popular for the past few years, other boy names are on the rise. Oliver, for example, jumped from number 88 in 2010 to number three in 2020. The name Elijah, too, went from number 18 in 2010 to number four in 2020.

Toddler Hiking Shoes

We all know the kiddo who wanted to hit the trail as soon as they could stand, and if you’re the parent of one you know they need real shoes. We love the Chandler CNX, which (like the Seacamp CNX) features our lightest and most flexible sole. The upper is a breathable mesh, and you get the same easy-on bungee-and-strap closure for comfort and security. With sneaker styling, the Chandler CNX is designed to keep up with the most curious and mobile toddlers.

For a more street-styled look and an extra-simple double strap closure, the Pep Double Strap is suitable for everything from preschool playgrounds to the park. A non-marking rubber sole gives your toddler plenty of traction, and a handy webbing pull tab in the heel ensures a solid fit every time they head out the door. The Pep is also available in a boot style, to give them a little more coverage in cooler weather.

How to Encourage Development

As a parent, how can you encourage your child’s development? At such a young age, many aspects of a toddler’s life can affect development both positively and negatively. Here’s a look at some of the major factors that can influence all aspects of development:

Food and Nutrition

Toddlers have a reputation for being picky eaters, but it’s important for parents to make sure a young child is eating nutritious meals and snacks. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, a toddler should be eating three meals and one or two snacks each day consisting of protein, carbohydrates, and fat from a variety of foods, including fruits, vegetables, meat, and whole grains.

Malnutrition from not enough food, meals lacking in proper nutrients and minerals, or a diet that includes too much sugar can inhibit brain development and physical growth, cause tooth decay, or set a toddler up for issues with obesity. Parents need to ensure that the basic nutrition needs of a toddler are met.

A Safe Environment

Living in a safe community and home is paramount to supporting a child’s emotional and social development and health. Some risk factors that can potentially lead to developmental delays include a mother suffering from depression, other parental mental health issues, violence in the home, drug use/abuse, and/or poverty.

In addition, for parents who work outside of the home, choosing the right nanny, caregiver, daycare, or preschool is critical to your child’s development because a child will likely be spending the bulk of his waking hours in their care. It is important to find a safe, healthy, and caring environment for your young child in order to support their cognitive, gross motor, fine motor, emotional, and social skills as your child progresses through the toddler stage.

Play and Interaction

In order for toddlers to learn and develop, it is critical for caregivers to interact with children in loving, caring ways and provide them with opportunities to explore, create, and play. For children in daycare or preschool settings, you’ll want to ensure that a child has access to creative play, like toys, books, and art supplies.

Creative play helps develop cognitive skills as well as fine motor skills, and is encouraged to participate in active play, which strengthens muscles and helps toddlers develop gross motor skills. It is also important that parents and other caregivers interact with toddlers. Talking to toddlers, playing with them, and encouraging them helps them develop emotionally and socially. Communicating with adults is an important aspect of language acquisition.

Sleep

We know a lack of sleep can cause toddlers to be unpleasant, prone to tantrums, and generally cranky, but sleep is one of the most fundamental requirements for healthy growth and development in young children. Sleep directly impacts brain development—and toddlers still need 11 to 14 hours of sleep each day, including one to two naps, depending on the age of the toddler.

However, it is not uncommon for a toddler to have trouble sleeping, even when they slept well as an infant. As a child becomes more aware of her surroundings, nighttime fears, nightmares, separation anxiety, a drive to be more independent, and the ability to get of bed without the help of a parent can all contribute to sleep difficulties, but it’s critical to work with your toddler to ensure they’re getting enough sleep.

Medical Concerns

Normal toddler development can be impeded by medical problems, including chronic or other serious diseases that delay physical development; multiple hospital stays for serious illnesses can hamper social development; and hearing or sight impairments can affect social development.

It’s also important to remember that children born prematurely have adjusted developmental timelines and milestones through the infant and early toddler stages. This means that if your toddler was born more than three weeks before her due date, the developmental milestone for your child will be adjusted to if she was born on his due date.

For most children born premature, developmental progress reaches the normal range by age 2.4 If your child has not, she may need additional support and interventions, which your pediatrician will advise you on.

Billy Boy (in English)

В этом видео – один из вариантов песни на английском языке, который я взял за основу для перевода.

Текст из видео:

Billy Boy

Oh, where have you been, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,
Where have you been charming Billy?
I have been to seek a wife,
She’s the joy of my life,
She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.

Did she ask you to come in, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,
Did she ask you to come in, charming Billy?
Yes, she asked me to come in,
There’s a dimple in her chin,
She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.

Can she make a cherry pie, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,
Can she make a cherry pie, charming Billy?
She can make a cherry pie,
Quick as you can wink an eye,
She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.

Can she make a feather bed, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,
Can she make a feather bed, charming Billy?
She can make a feather bed,
While a-standing on her head,
She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.

How tall is she, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,
How tall is she, charming Billy?
She is tall as any pine,
And straight as a pumpkin vine,
She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother.

How old is she, Billy Boy, Billy Boy,
How old is she, charming Billy?
She is sixty times eleven,
Twenty-eight and forty- seven,
She’s a young thing and cannot leave her mother!

Areas of Toddler Development

Your child will change substantially during his or her toddler years. You can expect to see development in these areas.

Cognitive Development

Cognitive development refers to intellectual capabilities, such as thinking and reasoning, as well as the acquisition of knowledge and the ability to process information. During the toddler years, parents will see tremendous leaps in this area.

Physical Development

Physical development includes a toddler’s growth as well as their gross and fine motor skills. While changes in this area won’t be as pronounced or rapid as it is in the infant stage, you will see lots of leaps and bounds (literally) from ages 1 to 3.

  • Fine motor development includes skills that involve the use of smaller muscles, like fingers and hands.
  • Gross motor development refers to skills that require the use of a toddler’s large muscles, like his legs and arms.

Language Skills

Language skills are another significant aspect of toddler development. From 12 to 36 months, toddlers typically go from using a handful of words to connecting pictures and objects with words to speaking in complete sentences and communicating more complex thoughts and ideas.

Social Development

Social development involves your toddler’s ability to learn and adjust to societal norms, like indicating needs, asking for help, and appropriately interacting and playing with his peer group, while also acquiring independence and a sense of self.

Activities[]

Toddlers enjoy being read to which helps prepare them for reading. They also benefit and learn better language skills, if you speak and sing to them. Toddlers may not be able to speak, but they can often understand quite a bit. Part of the reason that their ability to speak may lag behind their ability to understand, is the motor ability, so some people teach toddlers baby sign language so they can communicate better. There is research indicating that this is a critical time period for learning languages.

Toddlers will often enjoy simple puzzles and building toys like blocks.

They also like to role play with toys that let them do activities similar to the ones they see adults and older children doing. This includes taking care of dolls, using toy phones or even toy versions of adult chores. Sometimes by carefully considering the activity, you can engage toddlers in actually helping with a simple chore like putting toys into a box or dusting low items. Keep in mind that toddlers tend to have a short attention span, so they may change activities. For instance, after helping to put away a few toys, they may start playing with the next toy. This kind of play can lead eventually to real help with family chores and activities, so even if it’s not very helpful at this stage, you might want to encourage it.

For littler toddlers, dancing or moving to music is fun. Older toddlers and small children enjoy songs with accompanying movements. Some examples are pat-a-cake, itsy bitsy spider or heads, shoulders, knees and toes.

Step stool

Safety-Proofing Your Home For Toddlers

Toddler Bed Rails

A bed rail removes the worry of your toddler rolling out of bed. The latest bed rails fold up and away easily and fit many different types of mattresses.

Toddler Stair Gates

A baby falling down the stairs is naturally one of our biggest fears. There are all sorts of stair gates available now, including extra-tall and extra-wide to give you piece of mind.

Door, Cupboard and Drawer Locks

If it’s shut, they want to open it. Then close it. And repeat. If there’s something interesting inside it will soon be on the floor. A good door, cupboard and drawer lock can stop this from happening.

Flat Screen Safety Straps

If your TV is on say a 3-foot stand, you can bet your toddler will try to climb it and rock it backward and forwards. It’s what they do and they do it well. Safety Straps are a safe, inexpensive option until you get a more “Baby Friendly” TV stand.

Stove Nob Covers & Stove Guards

I learned there’s a reason toddlers walk on their tiptoes for so long. It’s so they can reach dangerous things like stoves and cooker nobs. A stove guard and nob covers are a good idea before resorting taking and hiding the stove nobs away!

Electrical Outlet Covers

Toddlers love keys. Unfortunately, mine loves trying to stick them into sockets. Once I saw this, I went and brought inexpensive socket covers for the whole house.

Toddlers

As the name implies, a toddler is classically defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary as a child who is just learning to walk or one who toddles. This is often around 1 year of age.

Toddlers may be considered children that range from 1 year to 4 years of age, though others may have different definitions of these terms. There’s no official definition of the upper limit of toddlerhood. However, most people consider the end of the toddler age to be around the time a child is ready to transition into preschool.

Encyclopedia Brittanica defines a toddler as a child who is between 12 and 36 months old (1 to 3 years old), as does the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

The CDC considers children who are ages 3 to 5 years old to be preschoolers.

Growth and Development

As babies move into their second year of life, they become more mobile and more independent, exploring everything they can access. Nearly all children are walking by 18 months. They’re also learning to talk, to identify and imitate the people around them, and to follow simple instructions.

As they get older, they learn to express more emotions, speak in phrases and sentences and can help get themselves dressed and ready for the day. They enjoy simple games, songs, and rhymes, and they can start learning their colors, shapes, and alphabet.

Like little sponges, toddlers soak up everything, so memorization comes fairly easily. They still need a lot of sleep and may take a nap or two during the day, as well as sleep 10 to 12 hours a night.

By 3 years old, the average toddler has usually reached between 53% and 57% of their adult height.

Areas of Concern

Again, it is completely normal for toddlers to develop at different rates. But do check with your pediatrician if your toddler isn’t meeting developmental milestones, such as:

  • Walking
  • Holding lightweight objects
  • Chewing and swallowing food
  • Adding new words to their vocabulary regularly
  • Showing interest in you and other familiar people
  • Using two-word phrases (by age two)

Coordination & Development Toys

Shape Sorters / Stacking Blocks

You know toys that stand the test of time must be good. A toddler needs shape sorters and stacking blocks. A parent needs to google if he can’t sort shapes by 18 months is it normal? (Some can do it by 12 months and some take until 2 years old to save you a search!)

Activity Walkers

I like toys that are useful and can last longer than 5 minutes. Activity walkers can help support your baby when they are learning to walk. Usually, this involves a lot of crashing into things like a drunken leprechaun.

Some of the better activity walkers can be used when a baby is seated / crawling until 3 years old.

Exersaucers

In response to safety concerns around baby walkers, a safer concept was designed – The Exersaucer. Also called “Activity Stations”, they are safe, fun and help promote developmental skills. You can find our page “The Best Exersaucers for 2018” here.

Activity Cubes

I personally think activity cubes are great. Each of the 6 faces has something different for your toddler to do. Sights, sounds, things to press, pull and rattle. They take a fair amount of abuse too.

Pull Along Toys

Toys that toddlers can pull along are great for their coordination and development. They don’t need to be expensive, and you can make your own with a bit of string and some imagination.

Musical Instruments

Kids love banging things. Give them a wooden spoon and some pots and pans and they love it. Your toddler may like a toy piano, drum, tambourine or key flute. Probably all at the same time!

Pounding Bench

The Pounding Bench is a classic toy for toddlers. They help with learning colors and develop fine motor control. Some of the “Deluxe” models pop one peg up after another has been hit. This helps teach “Cause and effect”. At the end of the day, toddlers love bashing things, too!

Baby boy names that were popular 100 years ago

For instance, William was the number two boy name in the 1920s and is the number five boy name today. (In fact, William has never left the top 20 names for boys since 1900.) James was the number four name in 1920, and holds the number six spot today. Other names that were popular both a hundred years ago and now include Henry, John and Joseph.

Also popular in 1920: Names starting with «R» (Robert, Richard, Raymond, Ralph and Roy were all in the top 40), one-syllable names (in addition to John, James, Ralph and Roy, the names Frank, Paul, Jack, Earl and Fred were popular choices) and two-syllable names ending with «D» (such as Harold, Edward, Donald, Howard, David and Leonard).

Toddler Outfits of Any Size & for Any Occasion

Each child is an individuality. We create an opportunity to buy quality items at a low price. That’s why our assortment is so large. Here you can buy clothes for girls from 6 months to 5 years old. All items come in a full range of sizes: 2T, 3T, 4T, and 5T. So you will definitely find anything you need. Toddler girl shoes for your princess are available here. You can also find toddler girl outfit sets for the feast.

Our online catalog covers various models of outfits. Among them are dresses, sets, jumpsuits; toddler t-shirts, etc. We offer a complete selection of clothes for a girl. We will make her ready to join any occasion looking her best!

Safety[]

Toddlers are quite creative and can figure out ways to get to things that were not a danger to them as babies. A toddler may be barely able to walk, but can still manage to move a chair or stool, climb it, continute the climb using a sink, counter or drawers and through these techniques put themselves into serious danger. They can get into medicine cabinets and while child-proof safety caps may slow them down, it can take only a few minutes for a toddler to go from a room where he or she was safely playing to the laundry room and the cleaning supplies, to get them open and to taste what may be a poisonous chemical.

Cribs, playpens and safety gates are some of the ways we try to keep a small child safe while unattended for a short time. It is necessary sometimes that the caregivers be able to do other important tasks, like making meals, going to the bathroom for short times that may leave the toddler unattended.

See the safety article and baby safety checklist for additional suggestions.

How are the top baby boy names chosen?

Every year, the SSA compiles their list of the top baby names for boys and girls using data from U.S. Social Security Card applications. The most recent data available is for 2020, which the list above references.

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Baby boy names that are rising in popularity

The top baby boy names in the U.S. right now — Liam, Noah, Oliver, Elijah and William — have been popular for quite some time. Liam has held the number one spot for baby boy names since 2017, and Noah and William have been somewhere in the top five since 2011. This year, Elijah and William swapped rankings within the top five names for boys: Elijah moved up one spot to number four, and William moved down to five number.

Two-syllable names are also popular for baby boys: Lucas and Henry are just a couple of examples in the top 10. The rest of the list is sprinkled with classic and up-and-coming names alike, all providing ideas for parents hunting for the perfect baby boy name for their newest arrival.

While top baby boy names have remained among the most popular for the past few years, other boy names are on the rise. Oliver, for example, jumped from number 88 in 2010 to number three in 2020. The name Elijah, too, went from number 18 in 2010 to number four in 2020.

Baby boy names that were popular 100 years ago

For instance, William was the number two boy name in the 1920s and is the number five boy name today. (In fact, William has never left the top 20 names for boys since 1900.) James was the number four name in 1920, and holds the number six spot today. Other names that were popular both a hundred years ago and now include Henry, John and Joseph.

Also popular in 1920: Names starting with «R» (Robert, Richard, Raymond, Ralph and Roy were all in the top 40), one-syllable names (in addition to John, James, Ralph and Roy, the names Frank, Paul, Jack, Earl and Fred were popular choices) and two-syllable names ending with «D» (such as Harold, Edward, Donald, Howard, David and Leonard).

What Toddler Girl Clothes Do We Offer?

The first years of life are very special for every girl. At this time, a sense of style and taste begins to form in a child. Parents are to give their kid freedom in the choice of cute toddler clothes. We will help your daughter find a personal style.

In our catalogs, you will find a great selection of toddler girl clothes. Buy products of the greatest quality and be sure that it will perfectly suit you and your child. Moreover, we have the most cute and beautiful designs so that everyone would have the possibility to find something suitable for oneself. Toddler girl dresses, pants, or jackets will make your child stay safe.

High-quality Girl Toddler Clothes for Her Comfort

There is nothing more valuable than the convenience and protection of your child. The Trendy Toddlers know how important the safety aspect is for you. That is why we carefully select the suppliers of fabrics and make sure that the items you purchase on our website are top-notch. You can make sure yourself. We are sure in the quality of the cute girl outfits we sell. That is why The Trendy Toddlers offer a free return policy.

Fun exploration[]

Toddlers generally like to check out different sensations bright, primary colors, contrasts between soft and fuzzy, smooth and slippery, different smells and sometimes different tastes. A toddle can be amused by stepping back and forth between two different ground textures for quite awhile for instance, stepping between grass and sidewalk or tile flooring and carpet. And because they are just toddlers and rather unsteady on their feet, this exploration takes a great deal of concentration.

Although toddlers often like being around and playing next to other children, their play is not very structured or interactive with other toddlers. They’re more likely to focus on adults or older children.

Like father, like son. A toddler «helping» to vacuum the carpet.

When a baby becomes a toddler!

I remember the moment my baby graduated from “Infant” to toddler. He stood up, took about 6 haphazard, faltering steps before falling down. The next week, he was (almost) running everywhere. And to think I was worrying for a few weeks “Shouldn’t he be walking by now?”.

Now, I worry about the TV, the stairs, the drawers, his neck when he tries to do a roll on the tiles…Honestly, we had to take the door off the closet as he thought it was fun to hide in there and rock the whole thing back ward and forward….!

So, it’s important to do as much as we can to keep our babies safe. Some toys also go a long way to keeping him where we can keep an eye on, too. Taking him outside the house to get some fresh air (and hopefully tire him out a bit) works well too. With all that in mind, let’s check out some things that you many need to buy.

Things you might need to buy a toddler

I say “Might” because you might be lucky and people buy them for you. Or, it’s not your first child so you can re-use previous purchases. Here’s a big list of things you will probably need:

TODDLER HIKING BOOTS, WATER SHOES & SANDALS FROM KEEN

When your baby starts exploring the world on their own two feet, you want to be sure you give them a solid foundation from day one. Here at KEEN we design toddler shoes to meet the same standards of quality and durability you’ll find in our shoes for adults—with our most popular models available for every step of your young explorer’s childhood.

Toddler Sandals

Start them off with the Newport H2 for toddlers and they’ll be part of the KEEN legacy from their first steps into the wild. With a supportive, durable sole, breathable upper, and parent-friendly bungee-and-strap closure, the Newport H2 is a convenient, comfortable, and (we think) darn cute sandal for toddlers.

For an even lighter and more flexible option, the Seacamp II CNX features our lightest tread compound in the sole. Since many shoes get clunky and difficult to manage in smaller sizes, the Seacamp II CNX is a great solution to help your toddler explore without shoes that weigh them down.

All of our KEEN toddler sandals are ideal for activities near water, with generous ventilation and drainage, and machine-washable materials. Best of all, they all look just like mom and dad’s!

Toddler Hiking Shoes

We all know the kiddo who wanted to hit the trail as soon as they could stand, and if you’re the parent of one you know they need real shoes. We love the Chandler CNX, which (like the Seacamp CNX) features our lightest and most flexible sole. The upper is a breathable mesh, and you get the same easy-on bungee-and-strap closure for comfort and security. With sneaker styling, the Chandler CNX is designed to keep up with the most curious and mobile toddlers.

For a more street-styled look and an extra-simple double strap closure, the Pep Double Strap is suitable for everything from preschool playgrounds to the park. A non-marking rubber sole gives your toddler plenty of traction, and a handy webbing pull tab in the heel ensures a solid fit every time they head out the door. The Pep is also available in a boot style, to give them a little more coverage in cooler weather.

Slip-Ons & Boots for Toddlers

For really chilly weather, we recommend the Kootenay boot, which features a grippy sole and a cozy fleece lining. A simple strap closure makes it a breeze to put on, and it’ll keep their little feet warm whether they’re trekking around on their own or hitching a ride in your arms. Real leather uppers offer good durability and water resistance, so the Kootenay boot could be one you pass on to the next toddler in your family.

When it comes to pure ease of wearing, we love the Mary Jane styles, which feature a nice wide opening to help eliminate the guessing game of getting little feet into shoes. The Pep Mary Jane is made with playfully colored leather for a touch of mountain style, and the Moxie Mary Jane features a mesh upper for easy drying on watery adventures.

We also love the Pep fisherman-style sandal, which has webbing pull tabs in both the ankle and heel for easy on and off. The generous ventilation makes it a great sandal for summer, and it can be worn easily with socks when temps start to drop. It’s also available in our widest range of fun colors, to suit your toddler’s style.

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