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AOII Recruitment/Chapter Listing 2013-2014

Appalachian State University
Boone, NC
Sigma Gamma 2009
AOII=22+12
Quota=38
Total=120

Arkansas State University
Jonesboro, AR
Sigma Omicron 1949
AOII=41
Quota=41
Total=100

Auburn University
Auburn, AL
Delta Delta 1946
AOII=62
Quota=60
Total=208

Ball State University
Muncie, IN
Kappa Kappa 1952
AOII=49
Quota=
Total=123

Birmingham-Southern College
Birmingham, AL
Tau Delta 1925
AOII=17
Quota=
Total=58

Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH
Alpha Psi 1985
AOII=23
Quota=23
Total=

Bryant University
Smithfield, RI
Beta Upsilon 2012
AOII=19
Quota=
Total=37

California Polytechnic State University
San Luis Obispo, CA
Chi Psi 1986
AOII=72?
Quota=67
Total=190

California State University - Chico
Chico, CA
Zeta Theta Colony February 28-March 2, 2014
AOII=93
Quota=
Total=106

California State University - Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
Lambda Beta 1965
AOII=51
Quota=49
Total=115

California State University - Northridge
Northridge, CA
Sigma Phi 1967
AOII=Fall 39/Spring 10
Quota=38
Total=128

California State University - San Marcos
San Marcos, CA
Theta Iota 2012
AOII=Fall 10/Spring 61
Quota=59
Total=85

Carleton University
Ottawa, ON
Gamma Chi 1992
AOII=37
Quota=
Total=

Coe College
Cedar Rapids, IA
Alpha Theta 1969
AOII=29
Quota=19
Total=55

Columbia University
New York, NY
Alpha 1897/2013
AOII=30
Quota=
Total=

Columbus State University
Columbus, GA
Delta Lambda 2008
AOII=20
Quota=
Total=40

Cumberland University
Lebanon, TN
Lambda Omicron 1999
AOII=15
No quota
Total=36

Dalton State College
Dalton, GA
Lambda Delta Colony February 23-25, 2014
AOII=43
Total=43

DePaul University
Chicago, IL
Delta Rho 1996
AOII=47
Quota=37
Total=85

East Carolina University
Greenville, NC
Zeta Psi 1960-2005/2006
AOII=52
Quota=51
Total=130

East Stroudsburg University
East Stroudsburg, PA
Phi Beta 1969
AOII=16
Quota=
Total=45

Eastern Kentucky University
Richmond, KY
Epsilon Omega 1987
AOII=23
Quota=22
Total=68

Eastern Washington University
Cheney, WA
Tau Gamma 1989
AOII=Fall 19/Spring 4
Quota=19
Total=67

Elon University
Elon, NC
Epsilon Chi 1987
AOII=56
Quota=
Total=120

Florida International University
Miami, FL
Pi Theta 2001
AOII=71
Quota=69
Total=

Florida Southern College
Lakeland, FL
Kappa Gamma 1946
AOII=20
Quota=
Total=43

Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL
Alpha Pi 1928-1939/1949-1980/Colony Fall 2013
AOII=Fall 227/Spring 12
Quota=72
Total=232

George Mason University
Fairfax, VA
Gamma Alpha 1978
AOII=46
Quota=46
Total=110

Georgia College & State University
Milledgeville, GA
Phi Gamma Colony Fall 2013
AOII=Fall 90/Spring 12
Quota=75
Total=146

Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, GA
Alpha Lambda 1988
AOII=65
Quota=
Total=125

Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA
Gamma Sigma 1956
AOII=23
Quota=23
Total=67

Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI
Lambda Eta 1989
AOII=39
Quota=35
Total=90

Hartwick College
Oneonta, NY
Sigma Chi 1952
AOII=Fall 11/Spring 9
Total=20

Huntingdon College
Montgomery, AL
Sigma Delta 1975
AOII=22
Quota=
Total=40

Indiana State University
Terre Haute, IN
Kappa Alpha 1953
AOII=Fall 28/Spring 3
Quota=28
Total=65

Indiana University
Bloomington, IN
Beta Phi 1916-1996/1999
AOII=54
No Quota
No Total

Iowa State University
Ames, IA
Iota Sigma 1968
AOII=Fall 50+Spring 4
Quota=49
Total=135

Jacksonville State University
Jacksonville, AL
Delta Epsilon 1990
AOII=28
Quota=28
Total=65

Kennesaw State University
Kennesaw, GA
Beta Zeta 2010
AOII=68
Quota=
Total=145

Kentucky Wesleyan College
Owensboro, KY
Beta Chi 1959-1991/2013
AOII=9+3
Quota=
Total=29

LaGrange College
LaGrange, GA
Lambda Chi 1971
AOII=20
Quota=
Total=45

Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA
Lambda Upsilon 1984
AOII=25
Quota=
Total=80

McGill University
Kappa Phi 1939-1973/1989
AOII=Fall 26/Spring 2
Quota=
Total=30

Miami University
Oxford, OH
Omega 1919
AOII=60
Quota=59
Total=150

Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI
Beta Gamma 1934-1969/1989
AOII=Fall 21/Spring 10
Quota=46
Total=134

Middle Tennessee State University
Murfreesboro, TN
Rho Omicron 1985
AOII=40
Quota=
Total=80

Monmouth University
West Long Branch, NJ
Iota Theta 2013
AOII=30
Quota=
Total=

Montana State University
Bozeman, MT
Alpha Phi 1917
AOII=28
Quota=26
Total=

Morningside College
Sioux City, IA
Theta Chi 1966
AOII=4
No Quota
Total=17

Murray State University
Murray, KY
Delta Omega 1961
AOII=59
Quota=57
Total=137

Northeastern State University
Tahlequah, OK
Chi Theta 1997
AOII=18
Quota=18
Total=65

Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ
Theta Omega 1963
AOII=Fall 58/Spring 17
Quota=58
Total=122

Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights, KY
Nu Omega 2013
AOII=Fall 49/Spring 17
Quota=
Total=

Northwestern State University
Natchitoches, LA
Kappa Chi 1997
AOII=16
Quota=
Total=80

The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH
Chi Epsilon 1993
AOII=34
Quota=51
Total=157

Ohio University
Athens, OH
Omega Upsilon 1988
AOII=Fall 31/Spring 13
Quota=38(Frosh 32+UC 6)
Total=125

Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK
Omega Sigma 2012
AOII=58
Quota=58
Total=191

Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR
Alpha Rho 1926-1935/1946-1992/Colony Fall 2013
AOII=103
Quota=45
Total=135

Pennsylvania State University
State College, PA
Epsilon Alpha 1929-1973/1982
AOII=Fall 54/Spring 4
Quota=54
Total=102

Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN
Phi Upsilon 1963-2003/2012
AOII=39
Quota=38
Total=133

Quincy University
Quincy, IL
Epsilon Sigma 1999
AOII=6
Quota=5
Total=40

Ramapo College of New Jersey
Mahwah, NJ
Alpha Nu 2011
AOII=17
Quota=
Total=60

Rhodes College
Memphis, TN
Kappa Omicron 1925
AOII=50
Quota=
Total=95

Rollins College
Winter Park, FL
Mu Lambda 2002
AOII=30
Quota=
Total=70

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Terre Haute, IN
Delta Xi 2007
AOII=10
Quota=14
Total=45

Saint Joseph's University
Newton Square, PA
Sigma Beta 2005
AOII=Fall 9/Spring 56
Quota=45
Total=92

Sam Houston State University
Huntsville, TX
Sigma Theta Colony Fall 2013
AOII=95
Quota=
Total=65

Samford University
Birmingham, AL
Rho Delta 1995
AOII=69
Quota=
Total=100

San Jose State University
San Jose, CA
Delta Sigma 1948-1970/1988
AOII=37
Quota=
Total=92

Shippensburg University
Shippensburg, PA
Tau Lambda 1984
AOII=Fall 5/Spring 15
Quota=
Total=40

Slippery Rock University
Slippery Rock, PA
Sigma Rho 1966
AOII=Fall 5
Quota=
Total=55

Sonoma State University
Rohnert Park, CA
Xi Rho 2012
AOII=Fall 50/Spring 26
Quota=50
Total=

Southeastern Louisiana University
Hammond, LA
Kappa Tau 1963
AOII=Fall 32/Spring 10
Quota=
Total=65

State University of New York - Albany
Albany, NY
Delta Psi 1988
AOII=8
Quota=
Total=55

Texas Christian University
Fort Worth, TX
Lambda Rho 2012
AOII=Fall 53/Spring 8
Quota=65
Total=210

Texas Woman's University
Denton, TX
Delta Theta 1984
AOII=22
Quota=
Total=40

Towson University
Towson, MD
Theta Beta 1986
AOII=44
Quota=
Total=85

Transylvania University
Lexington, KY
Tau Omega 1987
AOII=28+3
Quota=
Total=88

Tufts University
Medford, MA
Delta 1908-1969/1987
AOII=Fall 6/Spring 53
Quota=53
Total=123

University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
Alpha Delta 1967
AOII=119
Quota=107+10
Total=360

University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, AL
Zeta Pi 1987
AOII=42
Quota=38
Total=80

University of Alabama at Huntsville
Huntsville, AL
Delta Tau 2011
AOII=17
Quota=16
Total=65

University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR
Xi Omicron 2007
AOII=131
Quota=105
Total=

University of Arkansas - Fort Smith
Fort Smith, AR
Upsilon Beta 2013
AOII=18
Quota=18
Total=32

University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC
Beta Kappa 1931-1985/2011
AOII=Fall 28/Spring 7
Quota=28
Total=85

University of Calgary
Calgary, AB
Kappa Lambda 1985
AOII=Fall 8/Spring 5
Quota=8
Total=38

University of California
Berkeley, CA
Sigma 1907
AOII=Fall 44/Spring 5
Quota=44
Total=134

University of California - San Diego
LaJolla, CA
Lambda Iota 1977-1998/Colony Spring 2014
AOII=75+2
Quota=
Total=95

University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg, MO
Delta Pi 1962
AOII=Fall 32/Spring 8
Quota=30
Total=94

University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
Phi Chi 1985
AOII=33
Quota=
Total=100

University of Evansville
Evansville, IN
Chi Lambda 1951
AOII=22
Quota=
Total=70

University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
Gamma Omicron 1948
AOII=71
Quota=70
Total=185

University of Georgia
Athens, GA
Lambda Sigma 1935
AOII=69
Quota=69
Total=229

University of Illinois
Urbana, IL
Iota 1911
AOII=Fall 57/Spring 2
Quota=54
Total=188

University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
Kappa Omega 1982
AOII=82
Quota=
Total=182

University of LaVerne
LaVerne, CA
Lambda Alpha 2007
AOII=Fall 8/Spring 10
Quota=
Total=60

University of Louisiana - Lafayette
Lafayette, LA
Delta Beta 1956-1983/1991
AOII=49
Quota=
Total=82

University of Louisiana - Monroe
Monroe, LA
Lambda Tau 1958
AOII=Fall 31/Spring 6
Quota=
Total=60

University of Louisville
Louisville, KY
Pi Alpha 1983
AOII=41
Quota=42
Total=104

University of Maine
Orono, ME
Gamma 1908
AOII=22
Quota=22
Total=50

University of Maryland
College Park, MD
Pi Delta 1924
AOII=44
Quota=
Total=103

University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
Tau 1912
AOII=44
Quota=44
Total=

University of Mississippi
Oxford, MS
Nu Beta 1958
AOII=125
Quota=117
Total=300

University of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE
Zeta 1903
AOII=46+5
No Quota
Total=128

University of Nebraska - Kearney
Kearney, NE
Phi Sigma 1969
AOII=Fall 37/Spring 4
Quota=36
Total=111

University of Northern Colorado
Greeley, CO
Epsilon Gamma 2000
AOII=Fall 34/Spring 12
Quota=34
Total=77

University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK
Xi 1924-1933/2002
AOII=81
Quota=81
Total=263

University of South Alabama
Mobile, AL
Gamma Delta 1969
AOII=34
Quota=35
Total=65

University of South Carolina - Aiken
Aiken, SC
Chi Phi 2006
AOII=Fall 13/Spring 5
Quota=
Total=38

University of South Florida
Tampa, FL
Gamma Theta 1985
AOII=Fall 31/Spring 9
Quota=
Total=80

University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN
Omicron 1902
AOII=49
Quota=48
Total=153

University of Tennessee - Martin
Martin, TN
Tau Omicron 1966
AOII=34
Quota=
Total=90

University of Texas - San Antonio
San Antonio, TX
Upsilon Lambda 1978
AOII=Fall 24/Spring 8
Quota=
Total=55

University of Toledo
Toledo, OH
Theta Psi 1944
AOII=24
Quota=
Total=75

University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
Beta Tau 1930
AOII=Fall 10/Spring 7
Quota=9
Total=40

University of Washington
Seattle, WA
Upsilon 1915-1995/2013
AOII=33
Quota=30
Total=118

University of Waterloo
Waterloo, ON
Lambda Epsilon 2008
AOII=Fall 14/Spring 15
Quota=
Total=34

University of Western Ontario
London, ON
Iota Chi 1986
AOII=14
Quota=
Total=60

University of Wisconsin - River Falls
River Falls, WI
Kappa Sigma 1993
AOII=Fall 8/Spring 2
Quota=
Total=35

Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN
Nu Omicron 1917
AOII=36
Quota=
Total=135

Virginia Commonwealth University
Richmond, VA
Rho Beta 1986-1995/2008
AOII=Fall 34/Spring 16
Quota=
Total=85

Wagner College
Staten Island, NY
Theta Pi 1951
AOII=14
Quota=
Total=45

Washington College
Chestertown, MD
Sigma Tau 1938
AOII=16
Quota=
Total=50

Washington State University
Pullman, WA
Alpha Gamma 1931-1937/1961
AOII=49
Quota=48
Total=125

Washington University
Saint Louis, MO
Delta Kappa 2009
AOII=53
Quota=41
Total=161

West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV
Sigma Alpha 1986
AOII=55
Quota=55
Total=95

Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, KY
Alpha Chi 1965
AOII=44
Quota=43
Total=110

Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI
Kappa Pi 1951-197?/1986
AOII=Fall 24/Spring 12
Quota=20
Total=75

Youngstown State University
Youngstown, OH
Phi Lambda 1957-1982/2011
AOII=Fall 12/Spring 5
Quota=10
Total=40

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Arizona State University Colony Fall 2016 Quota 73
Austin Peay State University (Pi Omicron 1986-1991) Colony Fall 2014 Quota 31?
Bemidji State University (Beta Epsilon 1971-1984)
Boise State University (Beta Sigma 1969-1987) Colony Fall 2015 Quota 50?
Brown University (Beta 1908-1908)
Butler University (Beta Theta 1927-1940)
Canisius College (Nu Delta 1987-1998)
Centenary College (Chi Sigma 1947-1951)
Chadron State University (Nu Zeta 1969-1977)
Cornell University (Epsilon 1908-1962/1989-2008)
C.W. Post Campus- Long Island University (Psi Delta 1991-1997)
Denison University (Alpha Tau 1930-1970)
DePauw University (Theta 1907-1979/1983-2000)
Duke University (Delta Upsilon 1979-2008)
Duquesne University Colony Fall 2014 Quota 30?
East Tennessee State University (Phi Alpha 1955-1978)
Eastern Illinois University (Epsilon Iota 1972-1975)
Eastern Michigan University (Beta Pi 1962-1979)
Florida Atlantic University (Alpha Beta 1969-1971)
Hanover College (Phi Omicron 1950-1985)
Idaho State University (Iota Alpha 1950-1981)
Illinois Wesleyan University (Beta Lambda 1956-2000)
Indiana University of Pennsylvania (Gamma Beta 1966-1992)
Lambuth University (Omega Omicron 1957-2011)
Louisiana State University (Alpha Omicron 1938-1980)
Morehead State University (Omega Xi 1970-1985)
New York University (Nu 1900-1961)
Northeastern University (MA) (Chi Pi 1969-1973)
Northern Illinois University (Nu Iota 1954-1982/1991-2007)
Northwestern Missouri State University (Lambda Omega 1971-1981)
Northwestern University (Rho 1909-1973)
Ohio Northern University (Kappa Pi 1966-1995)
Parsons College (Nu Sigma 1964-1966)
Portland State University (Rho Sigma 1961-1972)
Randolph-Macon Women's College (Kappa 1903-1960)
Saint Leo University (Gamma Upsilon 1986-2002)
Saint Louis University (Upsilon Epsilon 1988-1998)
Saint Norbert College (Sigma Sigma 1966-1968)
Seton Hall University Colony Fall 2014
Southern Illinois University (Gamma Iota 1970-1973)
Southern Methodist University (Nu Kappa 1915-1942)
Stanford University (Lambda 1910-1944)
Syracuse University (Chi 1914-1958/1985-2000)
Texas State University (Zeta Kappa 1992-2002)
Thomas More College (Alpha Beta Tau 1986-1992)
Tulane University (Pi 1898-1976-1986-1995)
University of Arizona (Upsilon Alpha 1959-1981/1989-1996)
University of California - Davis (Chi Alpha 1975-1997)
University of California - Los Angeles (Kappa Theta 1925-1973)
University of Central Oklahoma (Chi Omicron 1960-1966)
University of Charleston (WV) (Phi Kappa 1961-1978)
University of Cincinnati (Theta Eta 1929-1958)
University of Colorado (Chi Delta 1927-2008)
University of Connecticut Colony Fall 2016
University of Delaware (Delta Chi 1972-1995)
University of Kansas (Phi 1918-1969/1980-1996)
University of Michigan (Omicron Pi 1921-196?/1978-1993) Colony 2016 Quota 62
University of Missouri (Delta Alpha 1986-1994)
University of Montana (Beta Rho 1965-1988)
University of North Alabama (Alpha Kappa 1973-1983)
University of Oregon (Alpha Sigma 1923-1989)
University of Pennsylvania (Psi 1918-1958)
University of South Carolina (Delta Phi 1933-1937/1978-1983)
University of Southern California (Nu Lambda 1945-1962/1976-1990)
University of Texas (Pi Kappa 1941-1973)
University of Texas - Pan American (Rho Alpha 1966-1971)
University of Virginia (Chi Beta 1982-1997)
University of Wisconsin (Eta 1917-1942)
University of Wisconsin - Lacrosse (Sigma Lambda 1961-1981)
University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee (Phi Delta 1958-1995) Colony Fall 2014
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Utah State University (Gamma Tau 1960-1970)
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I was really hoping to see Texas A&M on the list for colonizing!! What does "open for expansion" mean exactly?
I'm so proud to see all the recolonizing of old chapters!
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First of all Sweetie, GO POKES! (Oklahoma State alum here!)

Open for expansion means that the Panhellenic Assocation on campus has voted to expand (add a sorority.). Once a campus is open, all groups not presently on campus can evaluate the situation, and if interested will submit packets of information to the Panhellenic at that school. Panhellenic (or a smaller committee) will review the submitted packets and choose a group of finalists - usually 3 or 4 groups - to make presentations. Panhellenic will attend the presentations and vote on which sorority to invite to colonize.

Usually expansion is considered when the groups on campus are too large, or perhaps many PNMs are dropping out of recruitment because they are unhappy with their remaining choices in recruitment (they would rather not be greek than pledge certain groups.) A lot of other factors may play into the decision as well.

The important thing to note is that the campus must vote to expand before any group can consider colonizing. The ball is in Texas A&M's court.
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Indiana University Panhellenic has voted to do a completely deferred recruitment next year, which means 21 party will now occur after Winter Break. So no more month off between 21 and 14 parties. Now the women get about 10 hours off between the two.
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Wow, FR, that is a big change! Maybe there is hope for IU!
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I know that will be tiring, but I hope it will be an improvement.
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I know that will be tiring, but I hope it will be an improvement.
I honestly don't think it will "improve" anything. what it will do is completely burn out the women on both sides-- as well as their recruitment advisers

I will give you that it will make numbers appear better- since now women will not even be allowed to start recruitment if they don't make grades. So the starting number will be lower- and therefore the placement rates will appear higher.
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I will give you that it will make numbers appear better- since now women will not even be allowed to start recruitment if they don't make grades. So the starting number will be lower- and therefore the placement rates will appear higher.
Sorry for the thread crash, but FR has hit the nail on the head. I believe that the bad press from the IDS about open house and the bad PR from the PHA Sorority Blog about dismal placement rates prompted this change. I am not sure that the changes are meant to be indicative of any real change, but are merely band aid to fix the PR issues. I am sure FR can add some insight here, too.
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Sorry for the thread crash, but FR has hit the nail on the head. I believe that the bad press from the IDS about open house and the bad PR from the PHA Sorority Blog about dismal placement rates prompted this change. I am not sure that the changes are meant to be indicative of any real change, but are merely band aid to fix the PR issues. I am sure FR can add some insight here, too.
Maybe so. It will paint prettier picture of total placement.
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Sorry for the thread crash, but FR has hit the nail on the head. I believe that the bad press from the IDS about open house and the bad PR from the PHA Sorority Blog about dismal placement rates prompted this change. I am not sure that the changes are meant to be indicative of any real change, but are merely band aid to fix the PR issues. I am sure FR can add some insight here, too.
Exactly. This is why the changes frustrate me. They aren't meaningful- just PR.

They didn't move 21 party because the sororities wanted it or because it would improve the process, they moved it because of a newspaper article. Now 8 party and Preference are the weekend after school starts. I'm sure people won't like that either.

The fact is as long as IU has bed rush, recruitment rates are going to be tight. It is a competitive recruitment school. Most people in the midwest aren't used to sorority recruitment that is this competitive. We aren't raised with the same recruitment mentality as Ole Miss or Bama or Georgia. So when parents and snowflakes encounter it, they get freaked out. So IU ends up with a bad recruitment reputation that I don't think is completely deserved.
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Tell me if I'm wrong but has IU just voted to expand again in the future? Will this be 22 party or 23?
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I am pleased to report that Delta Xi at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology had a rather successful Bid Day today! Eight New Members joined us for a fun afternoon of Minute to Win It games and a cookout at our apartment block. Two more lovely young ladies have accepted snap bids this evening, bringing us to a NM class of 10 with a quota of 14. IIRC, this is the highest percentage of quota we've achieved on Bid Day in our chapter's history. If we meet quota, we will also be at our campus total of 45.
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That's great! I met you chapter adviser at Convention. She's really nice.
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