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The Beatles were a rock group from Liverpool, England. This timeline chronicles their activities.

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  • The Beatles were a rock group from Liverpool, England. This timeline chronicles their activities. (en)
  • Esta é uma cronologia do grupo musical The Beatles. * 1926: Nasce o diretor musical do grupo, George Martin em Highbury, Londres, Reino Unido (3 de janeiro). * 1933: Nasce Yoko Ono em Tóquio, Japão (18 de fevereiro). * 1934: Nasce o empresário do grupo, Brian Epstein em Liverpool, Reino Unido (19 de setembro). * 1938: Nasce Astrid Kirchherr em Hamburgo, Alemanha (20 de maio). * 1939: Nasce Cynthia Powell em Blackpool, Reino Unido (10 de setembro). * 1940: Nasce Stuart Sutcliffe em Edinburgo, Escócia (23 de junho). Nasce Richard Starkey (conhecido como Ringo Starr) no Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, Reino Unido (7 de julho). Nasce John Lennon no Oxford Street Maternity Hospital, Liverpool, Reino Unido (9 de outubro). * 1941: Nasce Pete Best em Madras, Índia (24 de janeiro). Nasce Linda Eastman na Cidade de Nova Iorque, Estados Unidos (24 de setembro). * 1942: Nasce Paul McCartney no Walton Hospital, Liverpool, Reino Unido (18 de junho). * 1943: Nasce George Harrison na 12 Arnold Grove, no bairro de Wavertree, Liverpool, Reino Unido (25 de fevereiro). * 1944: Nasce Pattie Boyd em Taunton, Somerset, Reino Unido (17 de março). * 1946: Nasce Jane Asher em Londres, Reino Unido (5 de abril). Nasce Maureen Cox em Liverpool, Reino Unido (4 de agosto). * 1947: Nasce Barbara Bach na cidade de Nova Iorque, Estados Unidos (5 de abril). * 1948: Nasce Olivia Trinidad Arias na Cidade do México, México (18 de maio). * 1957: Lennon forma um grupo chamado The Black Jacks com Pete Shotton (março). A banda é mais tarde renomeada The Quarrymen. O auditório de The Quarrymen para TV Star Search de no Empire Theatre (teatro), Liverpool, mas não se qualificam (9 de junho). (pt)
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  • Timeline of the Beatles' album and single releases in the UK and US (en)
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  • "Eight Days a Week" / "I Don't Want to Spoil the Party" released. (en)
  • The Beatles play at the Cavern Club again—their first performance there since they last departed for Germany (en)
  • Paul McCartney is awarded the Order of the Companions of Honour for his service to music. (en)
  • The divorce proceedings between Paul and Heather Mills McCartney conclude in court 34 of the Royal Courts of Justice, on The Strand, in the City of Westminster, London. (en)
  • The Quarrymen pay 17 pounds and 6 pence to record two songs at a local recording studio in Liverpool, namely "That'll Be the Day" by Buddy Holly and "In Spite of All the Danger" by Harrison and McCartney. (en)
  • After Starr's appearance at the Cavern Club, Best fans, upset by Best's firing, hold vigils outside his house and at the club shouting "Pete forever! Ringo never!" Harrison receives a black eye from one of the upset fans and Epstein temporarily hires a bodyguard to ensure his safety (en)
  • The Beatles play at the Riverpark Ballroom in Chester (en)
  • The Beatles: Live at the Hollywood Bowl is released. (en)
  • Zak Starkey is born to Ringo Starr and Maureen Starkey. (en)
  • McCartney marries Heather Mills at Castle Leslie in County Monaghan, Ireland. (en)
  • The Beatles' final photo shoot at Tittenhurst Park, John Lennon's estate. (en)
  • Two more girls enquire about the record which prompts Epstein to order 200 copies of the disc (en)
  • George Harrison attacked in his home and seriously hurt. (en)
  • Lennon and Harrison buy new guitars from Rushworth and Dreaper's in Liverpool (en)
  • The Beatles play a Royal Command Performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre in London, in the presence of The Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon. (en)
  • "Love Me Do" / "P.S. I Love You" released in Canada. Only 170 copies are sold. (en)
  • The Quarrymen audition for Carroll Levis's TV Star Search at the Empire Theatre, Liverpool, but do not qualify. (en)
  • The Quarrymen play at the opening night of the Casbah Club, owned by Best's mother, Mona. The band consists of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison, and Ken Brown, with no drummer. (en)
  • The Silver Beetles audition for Larry Parnes to support Billy Fury on his next tour. They are unsuccessful, but are offered the chance to support Johnny Gentle on a tour of Scotland (en)
  • Live! at the Star-Club in Hamburg, Germany; 1962 released. (en)
  • Epstein writes to Bert Kaempfert, asking him to release the Beatles from the Polydor contract they entered when they recorded with Tony Sheridan (en)
  • The Beatles and Epstein meet again, this time at the Casbah Coffee Club (en)
  • Epstein visits the HMV store in Oxford Street, where he meets Ted Huntley, who refers him to Ardmore & Beechwood, where he meets Sidney Coleman. Coleman arranges a meeting with EMI producer Martin (en)
  • The Beatles give a New Year's Eve performance at the Casbah Club (en)
  • "The Beatles: The Authorised Biography" by Hunter Davies published (en)
  • The "Beatles Farewell Show" takes place at the Aintree Institute, Liverpool. The show goes on all night, concluding at 8am, and features performances from other Liverpool bands such as Gerry & the Pacemakers and Rory Storm and the Hurricanes (en)
  • "Ain't She Sweet" / "Nobody's Child" released. (en)
  • "All My Loving" / "This Boy" released. (en)
  • "And I Love Her" / "If I Fell" released. (en)
  • "From Me to You" / "Thank You Girl" released. (en)
  • "Get Back" / "Don't Let Me Down" released. (en)
  • "Hello, Goodbye" / "I Am the Walrus" released. (en)
  • "Help!" / "I'm Down" released. (en)
  • "Hey Jude" / "Revolution" released. (en)
  • "I Feel Fine" / "She's a Woman" released. (en)
  • "I Want to Hold Your Hand" / "This Boy" released. (en)
  • "If I Fell" / "Tell Me Why" released. (en)
  • "Lady Madonna" / "The Inner Light" released. (en)
  • "Love Me Do" / "P.S. I Love You" released. (en)
  • "Love Me Do" enters the UK Singles Chart (en)
  • "Mad Day Out" photo shoot. (en)
  • "Matchbox" / "Slow Down" released. (en)
  • "Nowhere Man" / "What Goes On" released. (en)
  • "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" / "Julia" released. (en)
  • "Paperback Writer" / "Rain" released. (en)
  • "Please Please Me" / "Ask Me Why" released. (en)
  • "Please Please Me" / "From Me to You" released. (en)
  • "Real Love" / "Baby's in Black" released. (en)
  • "Roll Over Beethoven" / "Misery" released. (en)
  • "She Loves You" / "I'll Get You" released. (en)
  • "Sie Liebt Dich" / "I'll Get You" released. (en)
  • "Something" / "Come Together" released. (en)
  • "Ticket to Ride" / "Yes It Is" released. (en)
  • "Twist and Shout" / "There's a Place" released. (en)
  • "We Can Work It Out" / "Day Tripper" released. (en)
  • "Why" / "Cry for a Shadow" released. (en)
  • "Yellow Submarine" / "Eleanor Rigby" released. (en)
  • "Yesterday" / "Act Naturally" released. (en)
  • Lennon is shot and killed outside his New York City apartment building by a deranged gunman. (en)
  • "Ain't She Sweet" / "If You Love Me, Baby" released. (en)
  • Sutcliffe plays bass, and Tommy Moore plays drums. The Silver Beetles adopt aliases for the duration of the tour; Lennon becomes Long John, McCartney becomes Paul Ramon, Sutcliffe becomes Stuart de Staël, and Harrison becomes Carl Harrison (en)
  • The Beatles, wrongly billed as the "Beetles", play at the "Big Beat Ball" at the Tower Ballroom in New Brighton, Merseyside (en)
  • "She Loves You" / "I'll Get You" released by Swan Records. (en)
  • Paul McCartney is born in the Walton Hospital, Liverpool. (en)
  • Harrison marries Patty Boyd at the Leatherhead and Esher Registry Office, with McCartney and Epstein as best men. (en)
  • "Yesterday" / "I Should Have Known Better" released. (en)
  • McCartney's first performance with the Quarrymen at the New Clubmoor Hall, Liverpool. (en)
  • The Beatles' first performance back in England, at St John's Hall, Tuebrook, Liverpool (en)
  • Epstein books a ticket to see the Beatles at the Cavern Club, citing an "important visit" (en)
  • The Quarrymen perform at The Cavern Club for the first time. (en)
  • The Beatles' management contract officially begins (en)
  • The Beatles: Eight Days a Week DVD and Blu-ray released. (en)
  • The Beatles and Bob Wooler meet Epstein at his NEMS store (en)
  • Heather See is born in Tucson, Arizona to Linda and Joseph See. In 1969, she will be adopted by Paul McCartney following his marriage to her mother. (en)
  • Lennon forms a skiffle group called the Black Jacks with Pete Shotton. The band is later renamed the Quarrymen. (en)
  • Allen Klein negotiates a new contract with Parlophone. (en)
  • McCartney marries Linda Eastman at the Marylebone Registry Office. (en)
  • Harrison marries Olivia Trinidad Arias at the Henley-on-Thames Register Office, England. (en)
  • James McCartney is born in London to Paul and Linda McCartney. (en)
  • "Boys" / Medley: "Kansas City"/"Hey, Hey, Hey, Hey" released. (en)
  • Epstein and his assistant Alistair Taylor watch the Beatles perform a lunchtime show at the Cavern Club (en)
  • Johnny Gentle's tour, with the Silver Beetles as his backing band, begins at the Town Hall in Alloa, Scotland. (en)
  • The Beatles organise a Christmas concert at the Cavern Club that features for the first time Ringo Starr replacing a sick Pete Best. (en)
  • Epstein meets Dick Rowe and Beecher Stevens of Decca, who inform him that the Beatles were rejected in favour of Brian Poole & the Tremeloes (en)
  • "The Beatles Movie Medley" / "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You" released. (en)
  • Granada Television films the Beatles performing at the Cavern Club (en)
  • As Johnny and the Moondogs, Lennon, McCartney and Harrison reach the final audition stage of Carroll Levis's TV Star Search at the Empire Theatre, Liverpool. Rory Storm and the Hurricanes with Starr finish 2nd out of 150 acts. (en)
  • The "My Bonnie" single is released in the US credited to Tony Sheridan and the Beat Brothers (en)
  • The Beatles travel to London for an audition with Decca the next day (en)
  • A Collection of Beatles Oldies released. (en)
  • A Hard Day's Night released. (en)
  • Abbey Road 50th anniversary editions released. (en)
  • Abbey Road released. (en)
  • Ain't She Sweet released. (en)
  • All My Loving released. (en)
  • All Together Now released. (en)
  • Anthology 1 released. (en)
  • Anthology 2 released. (en)
  • Anthology 3 released. (en)
  • Apple Corps is formed. (en)
  • Around the Beatles is aired. (en)
  • Astrid Kirchherr is born in Hamburg. (en)
  • Barbara Bach is born in New York City. (en)
  • Beatles '65 released. (en)
  • Beatles VI released. (en)
  • Beatles for Sale released. (en)
  • Beatles for Sale No. 2 released. (en)
  • Beatles for Sale released. (en)
  • Beatles perform at the De Montfort Hall, Leicester (en)
  • Best is hired as drummer for the Silver Beetles (en)
  • Brian Epstein is born in Liverpool. (en)
  • The Beatles and their wives go to Bangor, Wales to attend a seminar by the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. (en)
  • Harrison meets the Quarrymen, and is invited to join despite being younger than the others. (en)
  • Cynthia Lennon dies of cancer in Majorca, Spain. (en)
  • Cynthia Powell is born in Blackpool. (en)
  • "All You Need Is Love" / "Baby, You're a Rich Man" released. (en)
  • Epstein asks Starr to join the Beatles permanently (en)
  • Epstein officially forms NEMS Enterprises (en)
  • The Beatles' first fan club performance, at the David Lewis Club in Liverpool (en)
  • Four by the Beatles released. (en)
  • From Then to You released. (en)
  • Lennon's mother, Julia Lennon, is run over and killed by a car driven by an off-duty policeman. (en)
  • George Martin dies at the age of 90. (en)
  • George Martin is born in Highbury, London. (en)
  • George and Pattie Harrison divorce. (en)
  • Harrison dies of cancer in Los Angeles. (en)
  • Harrison's 18th birthday (en)
  • Heather Mills is born in Aldershot, Hampshire. (en)
  • Help! released. (en)
  • Here We Go is broadcast at 5pm (en)
  • Hey Jude compilation album is released. (en)
  • In the Beginning (Circa 1960) released. (en)
  • Introducing... The Beatles released. (en)
  • Jane Asher is born in north-west London. (en)
  • John Lennon meets Yoko Ono at the Indica Gallery (en)
  • Ken Brown leaves the Quarrymen. (en)
  • Klaus Voormann is born in Berlin. (en)
  • "A Hard Day's Night" / "I Should Have Known Better" released. (en)
  • Lennon marries Yoko Ono in Gibraltar. (en)
  • Lennon returns from Hamburg (en)
  • Let It Be album released. (en)
  • Let It Be extended editions released. (en)
  • Let It Be film released. (en)
  • Let It Be... Naked released. (en)
  • Linda Eastman is born in New York City. (en)
  • Live at the BBC released. (en)
  • Long Tall Sally released. (en)
  • Love Songs released. (en)
  • Love released. (en)
  • The Beatles appear live on Associated-Rediffusion's Tuesday Rendezvous from the Wembley television studios (en)
  • Magical Mystery Tour released. (en)
  • Magical Mystery Tour broadcast. (en)
  • Mal Evans is born in Liverpool. (en)
  • Maureen Cox is born in Liverpool. (en)
  • McCartney and Asher leave the Rishikesh retreat. (en)
  • McCartney is invited to join the Quarrymen. (en)
  • McCartney's 18th birthday (en)
  • McCartney's mother, Mary, dies of breast cancer. (en)
  • Meet the Beatles! released. (en)
  • Music catalogue released on iTunes. (en)
  • Music catalogue released on nine streaming sites. (en)
  • Mary McCartney is born in London to Paul and Linda McCartney. (en)
  • Epstein contacts Ron White of EMI in the hope of getting the Beatles a record contract (en)
  • Neil Aspinall is born in Prestatyn, Wales. (en)
  • Nowhere Man released. (en)
  • On Air – Live at the BBC Volume 2 released. (en)
  • Past Masters released. (en)
  • Pattie Boyd is born in Taunton, Somerset. (en)
  • Paul McCartney is knighted. (en)
  • Paul McCartney marries Nancy Shevell. (en)
  • Pete Best is born in Madras, India. (en)
  • Please Please Me released. (en)
  • Premiere of Cirque du Soleil's Love in Las Vegas. (en)
  • Premiere of the revamped Love show in Las Vegas. (en)
  • "Do You Want to Know a Secret" / "Thank You Girl" released. (en)
  • Local DJ Bob Wooler writes an article on the Beatles for Mersey Beat (en)
  • "The Long and Winding Road" / "For You Blue" released. (en)
  • Rarities released. (en)
  • Reel Music released. (en)
  • Revolver released. (en)
  • Rock 'n' Roll Music released. (en)
  • Rubber Soul released. (en)
  • Lennon marries Cynthia Powell at the Mount Pleasant Register office in Liverpool. (en)
  • Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band released. (en)
  • Something New released. (en)
  • Souvenir of Their Visit to America released. (en)
  • Starr and Cox marry. (en)
  • Starr officially joins the Beatles (en)
  • Starr's 21st birthday (en)
  • Stuart Sutcliffe is born in Edinburgh, Scotland. (en)
  • The Beatles begin a two day recording session, the so-called Kinfauns demos, at George Harrison's house in preparation for their next album. (en)
  • Lee Starkey is born to Ringo Starr and Maureen Starkey. (en)
  • The Beatles attend another recording session to finish the "Please Please Me" single (en)
  • The Beatles 50th anniversary editions released. (en)
  • The Beatles (No. 1) released. (en)
  • The Beatles Anthology book published. (en)
  • The Beatles Anthology released. (en)
  • The Beatles Box Set released. (en)
  • The Beatles Box released. (en)
  • The Beatles Collection released. (en)
  • The Beatles at Shea Stadium released. (en)
  • The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl released. (en)
  • The Beatles in Mono released. (en)
  • The Beatles is released. (en)
  • The Beatles meet Epstein at his shop again (en)
  • The Beatles receive MBE. (en)
  • The Beatles return to England (en)
  • The Beatles return to Liverpool (en)
  • The Beatles sign a 1-year contract with Kaempfert (en)
  • The Beatles sign a new contract with Epstein (en)
  • The Beatles with Tony Sheridan & Guests released. (en)
  • The Beatles' Ballads released. (en)
  • The Beatles' Christmas Album released. (en)
  • The Beatles' First released. (en)
  • The Beatles' First! released. (en)
  • The Beatles' Hits released. (en)
  • The Beatles' Long Tall Sally released. (en)
  • The Beatles' Million Sellers released. (en)
  • The Beatles' Second Album released. (en)
  • The Beatles' Story released. (en)
  • The Beatles' final performance at the Top Ten Club (en)
  • The Beatles: Get Back book published. (en)
  • The Beatles: Rock Band released. (en)
  • The Beatles: The First U.S. Visit released. (en)
  • The Capitol Albums, Volume 1 released. (en)
  • The Capitol Albums, Volume 2 released. (en)
  • The Compleat Beatles released. (en)
  • The Early Beatles released. (en)
  • The Early Tapes of The Beatles released. (en)
  • The Silver Beetles play the Jacaranda again (en)
  • The Silver Beetles play the Lathom Hall, Liverpool (en)
  • The Talent Spot is broadcast at 5pm (en)
  • The U.S. Albums released. (en)
  • The Yellow Submarine movie is released. (en)
  • The next tour date is the Town Hall in Forres (en)
  • The tour continues at the Regal Ballroom, Nairn (en)
  • The tour continues at the Rescue Hall in Aberdeen (en)
  • The tour continues to St Thomas's Hall, Banffshire (en)
  • Tommy Moore leaves the Silver Beetles (en)
  • Twist and Shout released. (en)
  • UK version of 20 Greatest Hits released. (en)
  • US version of 20 Greatest Hits released. (en)
  • The Quarrymen change their name to the Silver Beetles (en)
  • Very Together released. (en)
  • John and Cynthia Lennon's divorce is completed with the granting of their decree nisi. (en)
  • With the Beatles released. (en)
  • Yellow Submarine Songtrack released. (en)
  • Yellow Submarine released. (en)
  • Yesterday and Today released. (en)
  • Yesterday released. (en)
  • Yoko Ono is born in Tokyo, Japan. (en)
  • Polydor France releases "", Tony Sheridan's "My Bonnie" single as an EP, which includes "Cry for a Shadow", the first Beatles original recording ever released. (en)
  • Andy White plays drums while Starr plays percussion accompaniments on third EMI recording session. This is the only occasion on which a session drummer is used on Beatles recordings. (en)
  • The Beatles come out top of the first Mersey Beat poll to find the most popular group, in an issue devoted mainly to them (en)
  • "Love Me Do" / "P.S. I Love You" released on Tollie records. (en)
  • Stuart Sutcliffe leaves the Beatles. He returns to Germany, and becomes engaged to Astrid Kirchherr (en)
  • Dick Rowe, head of A&R at Decca, sends Mike Smith to watch the Beatles at the Cavern Club. Smith recommends that Decca set up an audition for the group (en)
  • The Beatles sign copies of their new single at Dawson's Music Shop in Widnes, Cheshire—the first of many such public appearances (en)
  • The Beatles make another appearance at the Cavern Club, to play both the lunchtime and evening slots. The band plays many local gigs—predominately at the Cavern—in the following months (en)
  • "Sweet Georgia Brown" / "Nobody's Child" released. (en)
  • "Love Me Do" appears in the listings of favourite songs in Record Retailer (en)
  • The Beatles' performance on ITV's weekly televised musical variety show Val Parnell's Sunday Night at the London Palladium launches Beatlemania for Beatle publicist Tony Barrow. (en)
  • "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", "With a Little Help from My Friends" / "A Day in the Life" released. (en)
  • Beatles perform for the 3rd and last time at the De Montfort Hall, Leicester. (en)
  • "Baby It's You" / "I'll Follow the Sun" / "Devil in Her Heart" / "Boys" released. (en)
  • As a worldwide lock down due to the COVID-19 pandemic is implemented, the Love show in Las Vegas is temporarily shut down. (en)
  • Epstein takes producer Martin to watch one of the Beatles' regular shows at the Cavern Club (en)
  • The Beatles record 15 songs for an audition at Decca's studio in West Hampstead (en)
  • The Beatles record an appearance on BBC Light Programme's The Talent Spot (en)
  • The Beatles, credited as "The Beat Brothers", provide backing music and vocals for the two tracks of Tony Sheridan's My Bonnie single. Three other songs, plus two more by the group alone, are also recorded, all produced by Bert Kaempfert (en)
  • Liverpool's Speke Airport is renamed Liverpool John Lennon Airport. (en)
  • Epstein found dead in his London home. After hearing the news, the Beatles leave the seminar. (en)
  • The Silver Beetles play at the Grosvenor Ballroom, Liscard, Wirral with Gerry & the Pacemakers (en)
  • The Beatles Stereo Box Set USB flash drive released. (en)
  • At the Akustic Studio in Hamburg, McCartney, Lennon and Harrison perform on a demonstration tape for Lu Walters of Rory Storm and the Hurricanes. Hurricanes' drummer Ringo Starr plays for this session, the first time the final line-up of the Beatles record together. "Summertime" is taped and possibly "Fever" and "September Song". None of the recordings are known to have survived. (en)
  • John Lennon is born in the Oxford Street Maternity Hospital, Liverpool. (en)
  • Best performs his last show with the Beatles, at the Cavern Club (en)
  • The Beatles make another recording for People and Places (en)
  • The Beatles make the front page of Mersey Beat with a story about their contract with Kaempfert (en)
  • "Penny Lane" / "Strawberry Fields Forever" released. (en)
  • "Love Me Do" / "P.S. I Love You" released, and played on Radio Luxembourg (en)
  • The Silver Beetles play at the Grosvenor Ballroom, Liscard, Wirral with Gerry & the Pacemakers for the last time. Further shows at the venue are cancelled due to complaints by locals about noise pollution (en)
  • "Please Please Me" / "Ask Me Why" released by Vee-Jay Records. (en)
  • Ron White writes to Epstein to inform him that EMI have rejected the Beatles (en)
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  • The Beatles were a rock group from Liverpool, England. This timeline chronicles their activities. (en)
  • Esta é uma cronologia do grupo musical The Beatles. * 1926: Nasce o diretor musical do grupo, George Martin em Highbury, Londres, Reino Unido (3 de janeiro). * 1933: Nasce Yoko Ono em Tóquio, Japão (18 de fevereiro). * 1934: Nasce o empresário do grupo, Brian Epstein em Liverpool, Reino Unido (19 de setembro). * 1938: Nasce Astrid Kirchherr em Hamburgo, Alemanha (20 de maio). * 1939: Nasce Cynthia Powell em Blackpool, Reino Unido (10 de setembro). * 1940: Nasce Stuart Sutcliffe em Edinburgo, Escócia (23 de junho). Nasce Richard Starkey (conhecido como Ringo Starr) no Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital, Reino Unido (7 de julho). Nasce John Lennon no Oxford Street Maternity Hospital, Liverpool, Reino Unido (9 de outubro). * 1941: Nasce Pete Best em Madras, Índia (24 de janeiro). Nasc (pt)
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  • The Beatles timeline (en)
  • Cronologia de The Beatles (pt)
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