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Cif Sunlight Expert Extra Power With Natural Lemon Extract Dishwasher Tablets, 20 Pack, £1 In Store @ OneBelow (Argyle Street, Glasgow)
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Cif Sunlight Expert Extra Power With Natural Lemon Extract Dishwasher Tablets, 20 Pack, £1 In Store @ OneBelow (Argyle Street, Glasgow)

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Posted 3rd AprAvailable: Scotland (Glasgow)Edited by:"louiselouise"

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Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item - we should all limit our time out of our houses to help slow the spread. Please also shop responsibly - don’t stockpile, and consider whether you could help out any vulnerable neighbours or friends.

Was out paying some bills and getting shopping and gave my store a quick peek. I'm glad to say most places are fully-stocked and back to normal.
3433728.jpgHere's what else I found:

Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Colour 250ml, £1 (my previous thread about Aussie products in OneBelow, here - most still in this store)
3433728.jpgAstonish Clean & Protect Antibacterial Hand Wash 650ml, £1 (Not really a "deal" but getting easier to find, there are more at the tills)
3433728.jpgFuzzees (Age 8+)
The Original Flipazoo (Age 4+), £1
3433728.jpgTeamsterz Micro Motorz
Poppops Snotz, £1
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Ryan's World Fun Mini Ryans
Ryan's World Gob Smax
Ryan's Surprise World, £1
(Worth noting because iirc Poundland has these for £2?)
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Can't seem to edit my post (mod deleting my in store picture again, I thought it was fine?). But I think this brand is Polish, from what I can make out online.

Edit: As my picture isn't deemed suitable, got one from Google Images (Tesco dot cz, so, also sold in the Czech Republic. Also on Tesco dot pl - both no longer stocked).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
If you can't get to OneBelow, bear in mind Lidl have their W5 40 pack of dishwasher tablets for £1.99 this "Super Weekend" (apparently they're usually £1.49 on offer ) - which runs from Friday to Sunday.

Not used the tablets in the Deal post, but the Lidl tablets are great.40280248-WMXJ2.jpg
Stay at home
Nickyleon03/04/2020 16:18

Stay at home



I'm a one-person household, healthy, and have to still feed myself and get exercise. I take all the precautions as advised by the government and don't see why anyone should judge or shame me. Thank you.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
louiselouise03/04/2020 16:20

I'm a one-person household, healthy, and have to still feed myself and get …I'm a one-person household, healthy, and have to still feed myself and get exercise. I take all the precautions as advised by the government and don't see why anyone should judge or shame me. Thank you.



This is exactly why the locked down happened in the first place.

YOU SHOULD STAY AT HOME OR THE LOCK DOWN WILL BE FOREVER, NOT GOING OUT TO BUY 1 POUND DISHWASHER TABLETS
Nickyleon03/04/2020 16:27

This is exactly why the locked down happened in the first place.YOU SHOULD …This is exactly why the locked down happened in the first place.YOU SHOULD STAY AT HOME OR THE LOCK DOWN WILL BE FOREVER, NOT GOING OUT TO BUY 1 POUND DISHWASHER TABLETS


Go away. What part of "healthy", "precautions", "feeding myself" and "getting exercise" don't you understand? "One person household"?

How dare you judge someone you don't know. I observe social distancing, carry hand sanitiser and am out as quickly as possible. The shops are open for a reason, you twit. I'm doing NOTHING wrong.

And you didn't notice my earlier comment saying I haven't even tried the dishwasher tablets in this Deal post! ie, I didn't buy them!

Take your sanctimonious attitude and your caps lock elsewhere. Maybe use that energy to help someone in need, instead of attacking strangers.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
louiselouise03/04/2020 16:30

Go away. What part of "healthy", "precautions", "feeding myself" and …Go away. What part of "healthy", "precautions", "feeding myself" and "getting exercise" don't you understand? "One person household"?How dare you judge someone you don't know. I observe social distancing, carry hand sanitiser and am out as quickly as possible. The shops are open for a reason, you twit. I'm doing NOTHING wrong.And you didn't even notice my earlier comment saying I haven't even tried the dishwasher tablets in my Deal post!Take your sanctimonious attitude and your caps lock elsewhere.


IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE DIED JUST YESTERDAY.

SOME OF THE PEOPLE WHO TESTED POSITIVE TOOK ALL THE PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED BUT STILL ...

IT IS CLEAR PEOPLE CAN STILL CARRY THE VIRUS WITHOUT SHOWING SYMPTOMS

PLEASE DONT LET THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THE DECISION ON ORDERING SHOP TO SELL ESSENTIAL GOODS ONLY

STAY AT HOME
Nickyleon03/04/2020 16:49

IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE DIED JUST YESTERDAY. SOME OF THE …IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE DIED JUST YESTERDAY. SOME OF THE PEOPLE WHO TESTED POSITIVE TOOK ALL THE PRECAUTIONS REQUIRED BUT STILL ...IT IS CLEAR PEOPLE CAN STILL CARRY THE VIRUS WITHOUT SHOWING SYMPTOMSPLEASE DONT LET THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THE DECISION ON ORDERING SHOP TO SELL ESSENTIAL GOODS ONLYSTAY AT HOME



You don't think I watch the news every day? You seem to be ignoring common sense and instead of being community-minded and positive (as I try to be), you seem to want to attack people who are only doing their best.

I think you're better going on Misc and lecturing strangers on there. I explained myself. I put my bins out, paid bills in the Post Office then walked to the store because I live in Glasgow City Centre. I was out for half an hour, if that.

Sad world we live in if I have to justify myself to CAPS LOCK idiots!

It's still impossible to get online delivery slots. I'm not going to take away essential services for people who are ill or housebound - I AM healthy and I take all necessary precautions. I'm hardly sitting in the park drinking or visiting friends just because I want to (as I see happen on social media). (Most of us) are doing what we can.

I haven't seen my family or friends for weeks (or even for Mother's Day) but we've just got to get on with it. My brother's neighbour had a huge party on Mother's Day, to the dismay of the whole street!

"PLEASE DONT LET THE GOVERNMENT TO MAKE THE DECISION ON ORDERING SHOP TO SELL ESSENTIAL GOODS ONLY STAY AT HOME"

Actually, I see what's happening as I'm out every few days. Shop opening times have been scaled down (4pm for most shops, 8pm for some of the supermarkets near me), shorter opening times than even a week ago - so it's even more restricted than ever. Some shops, however, have removed maximum limit restrictions (such as Aldi).

Stop harassing me, thank you.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
louiselouise03/04/2020 16:50

You don't think I watch the news every day? You seem to be ignoring common …You don't think I watch the news every day? You seem to be ignoring common sense and instead of being community-minded and positive (as I try to be), you seem to want to attack people who are only doing their best.I think you're better going on Misc and lecturing strangers on there. I explained myself. I put my bins out, paid bills in the Post Office then walked to the store because I live in Glasgow City Centre. I was out for half an hour, if that.Sad world we live in if I have to justify myself to CAPS LOCK idiots!It's still impossible to get online delivery slots. I'm not going to take away essential services for people who are ill or housebound - I AM healthy and I take all necessary precautions. I'm hardly sitting in the park drinking or visiting friends just because I want to (as I see happen on social media). (Most of us) are doing what we can. I haven't seen my family or friends for weeks (or even for Mother's Day) but we've just got to get on with it. My brother's neighbour had a huge party on Mother's Day, to the dismay of the whole street!Stop harassing me, thank you.



JUST DO YOUR BIT NOT TO OVERLOAD NHS AT THIS WORRYING TIME

ONLY GOING OUT BUYING ESSENTIAL GOODS

YOU CAN PHONE GOV TO FIND OUT WHAT ARE ESSENTIAL GOODS?

BOOTS IS GOING TO DISPLAY ESSENTIAL GOODS ONLY THANKS TO PEOPLE LIKE YOU

STAY AT HOME
Nickyleon03/04/2020 17:07

JUST DO YOUR BIT NOT TO OVERLOAD NHS AT THIS WORRYING TIMEONLY GOING OUT …JUST DO YOUR BIT NOT TO OVERLOAD NHS AT THIS WORRYING TIMEONLY GOING OUT BUYING ESSENTIAL GOODSYOU CAN PHONE GOV TO FIND OUT WHAT ARE ESSENTIAL GOODS?BOOTS IS GOING TO DISPLAY ESSENTIAL GOODS ONLY THANKS TO PEOPLE LIKE YOUSTAY AT HOME



Can you kindly do one. I am doing my bit, but your reading comprehension skills seem to be dulled by your anger.

"YOU CAN PHONE GOV TO FIND OUT WHAT ARE ESSENTIAL GOODS?
BOOTS IS GOING TO DISPLAY ESSENTIAL GOODS ONLY THANKS TO PEOPLE LIKE YOU"


I don't have to phone anyone, but it's sounding like you could do with a refresh of your information, maybe you should phone.

I'm confident I'm doing everything correctly. I would say sanitary towels and food are essential goods. Do you want all my receipts from today (two shops, before you have another meltdown)? The world is in crisis and I'm getting all this!!!

"This is exactly why the locked down happened in the first place."

Well, no, it's not. It's because people were still congregating in pubs and clubs, packed in like sardines in public transport (probably still a problem for commuters in London), visiting friends and family and not observing social distancing rules (and maybe even hygiene, when you're wasted things tend to slide). I've not done any of those things.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
louiselouise03/04/2020 17:09

Can you kindly do one. I am doing my bit, but your reading comprehension …Can you kindly do one. I am doing my bit, but your reading comprehension skills seem to be dulled by your anger.


GOOD LUCK, FEEL YOUR NEIGHBOURS THOUGH
Nickyleon03/04/2020 17:11

GOOD LUCK, FEEL YOUR NEIGHBOURS THOUGH


I get on great with my neighbours and I check in with an elderly neighbour regularly (who is actually the only one I've seen in recent weeks). Like a decent person does.

I'd love to know what your reasons are for being concerned about my neighbours - what, exactly have I done that goes against government guidelines? Nothing (and you can look up the gov dot uk website if you're able to), but you just fancy being a troll for the afternoon.

Actually feel sorry for your neighbours! You're probably watching their every move.

Maybe you should get that caps lock button fixed, though
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
Fancy a try from Manchester to Glasgow to get these bargains but don't think the police will deem it as essential travel. Its a bit like the guy caught on a 117miles trip to scotland to pick up a £15 window...with his wife in the boot lol.

My daughter loves that annoying Youtube Ryan's world, Ryan's toy review, Ryan's bla bla bla. How much longer can his parents keep this up for 14 yrs old? i'm sure he's starting to get a tash,
His parents have a lot to answer for the obsession of slime and damage carpets around the world lol. when and how is slime a toy?
its my daughter's bday, lets go on a road trip lol...not. she'll love this Ryan stuff
seriously shame not got this store in manchester.
Edited by: "mmuw" 3rd Apr
mmuw03/04/2020 18:03

Fancy a try from Manchester to Glasgow to get these bargains but don't …Fancy a try from Manchester to Glasgow to get these bargains but don't think the police will deem it as essential travel. Its a bit like the guy caught on a 117miles trip to scotland to pick up a £15 window...with his wife in the boot lol.My daughter loves that annoying Youtube Ryan's world, Ryan's toy review, Ryan's bla bla bla. How much longer can his parents keep this up for 14 yrs old? i'm sure he's starting to get a tash, His parents have a lot to answer for the obsession of slime and damage carpets around the world lol. when and how is slime a toy?its my daughter's bday, lets go on a road trip lol...not. she'll love this Ryan stuff seriously shame not got this store in manchester.



OneBelow is all over the UK now, though they were planning on rolling out more stores, doubt that's happening any time soon!40282018-hGLJy.jpg
mmuw03/04/2020 18:03

Fancy a try from Manchester to Glasgow to get these bargains but don't …Fancy a try from Manchester to Glasgow to get these bargains but don't think the police will deem it as essential travel. Its a bit like the guy caught on a 117miles trip to scotland to pick up a £15 window...with his wife in the boot lol.My daughter loves that annoying Youtube Ryan's world, Ryan's toy review, Ryan's bla bla bla. How much longer can his parents keep this up for 14 yrs old? i'm sure he's starting to get a tash, His parents have a lot to answer for the obsession of slime and damage carpets around the world lol. when and how is slime a toy?its my daughter's bday, lets go on a road trip lol...not. she'll love this Ryan stuff seriously shame not got this store in manchester.


Funny story, Just earlier when i was walking my dog at the beach (dont get mad he need to pee and poo)
I saw some and his 3 Sons playing Football at a park
someone and their two kids flying a kite (at the beach)
Dozens of people walking clearly not going to the shop or walking a pet
Its almost like a lockdown never happened
This is why i now decided screw it let everyone get it, i especially wont those breaking rules to get it, if i get it oh well as per expected since precautions i take are useless if im just going to get it from someone whos out because they want to see the beach
I even saw an old lady walking.. a couple, natural selection

Government either need to actually get police to actually enforce it and crackdown or lift the lockdown, we acted too late anyway, Incompetent with Darwin Award Winning Citizens
Edited by: "Norseg" 3rd Apr
Norseg03/04/2020 18:12

Funny story, Just earlier when i was walking my dog at the beach (dont get …Funny story, Just earlier when i was walking my dog at the beach (dont get mad he need to pee and poo)I saw some and his 3 Sons playing Football at a parksomeone and their two kids flying a kite (at the beach) Dozens of people walking clearly not going to the shop or walking a petIts almost like a lockdown never happenedThis is why i now decided screw it let everyone get it, i especially wont those breaking rules to get it, if i get it oh well as per expected since precautions i take are useless if im just going to get it from someone whos out because they want to see the beachI even saw an old lady walking.. a couple, natural selectionGovernment either need to actually get police to actually enforce it and crackdown or lift the lockdown



The problem with policing others is, we don't know whether it's an entire household or single people getting exercise, or kids out with friends (hopefully not!). Going out in groups (or alone) is still allowed if you're distancing from others, you all live together (but not if anyone is ill) and you're not spending a lot of time outside, eg, exercising or walking the dog.

Someone also pointed out that being the designated shopper is tricky if you're caring for elderly relatives and also have a family to feed - you have no choice but to visit various stores and make a few trips outside.

On Sunday I saw people gossiping on end aisles in Aldi, close together and blocking others, ignoring anyone trying to dodge them. I've seen whole families out shopping (teens, not babes or toddlers) when it's only supposed to be one person from one household.

I shop on my own, use contactless where I can, use hand sanitiser regularly (as my hands will attest) and queue and walk at the 2M distance. Obviously I'm in and out as quickly as I can be (quite easy, most shops are almost empty). I sometimes go for longer strolls but in quiet areas. It's actually easy to go for a solo walk, the town only has a smattering of people around.

Glasgow Green (large local park) I'm avoiding as I bet all the drinkers, ne'er do-wells will be congregating there and it's probably a mugger's paradise at the moment!

My niece is 21 and lives with her boyfriend, but she says lots of her mates are still partying at weekends and acting as if nothing's happened (she sees them on social media posting pictures). THOSE are the people who deserve our anger and disgust.

Boyf has a compromised immune system and he's curtain-twitching, watching tourists and neighbours go by, but we can only do our best as individuals. No point stressing yourself out obsessing about other people - unless they're really being out of order. Haven't seen my mum for weeks but she also is in the vulnerable self-isolating group, she had a lung tumour last year and is nearly 70.

Some of the comments on here suggest the rules outlined by the government are still confusing people. I thought they were quite simple.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
louiselouise03/04/2020 18:18

The problem with policing others is, we don't know whether it's an entire …The problem with policing others is, we don't know whether it's an entire household or single people getting exercise, or kids out with friends (hopefully not!). Going out in groups (or alone) is still allowed if you're distancing from others, you all live together (but not if anyone is ill) and you're not spending a lot of time outside, eg, exercising or walking the dog.Someone also pointed out that being the designated shopper is tricky if you're caring for elderly relatives and also have a family to feed - you have no choice but to visit various stores and make a few trips outside.On Sunday I saw people gossiping on end aisles in Aldi, close together and blocking others, ignoring anyone trying to dodge them. I've seen whole families out shopping (teens, not babes or toddlers) when it's only supposed to be one person from one household.I shop on my own, use contactless where I can, use hand sanitiser regularly (as my hands will attest) and queue and walk at the 2M distance. Obviously I'm in and out as quickly as I can be (quite easy, most shops are almost empty). I sometimes go for longer strolls but in quiet areas. It's actually easy to go for a solo walk, the town only has a smattering of people around.Glasgow Green (large local park) I'm avoiding as I bet all the drinkers, ne'er do-wells will be congregating there and it's probably a mugger's paradise at the moment!My niece is 21 and lives with her boyfriend, but she says lots of her mates are still partying at weekends and acting as if nothing's happened (she sees them on social media posting pictures). THOSE are the people who deserve our anger and disgust.Boyf has a compromised immune system and he's curtain-twitching, watching tourists and neighbours go by, but we can only do our best as individuals. No point stressing yourself out obsessing about other people - unless they're really being out of order. Haven't seen my mum for weeks but she also is in the vulnerable self-isolating group, she had a lung tumour last year and is nearly 70.Some of the comments on here suggest the rules outlined by the government are still confusing people. I thought they were quite simple.


Exercise means running or cycling not walking around the beach with no dog or not going to the shop
Flying a kite and playing football or just walking around with no purpose is definitely against the rules
Edited by: "Norseg" 3rd Apr
Norseg03/04/2020 20:55

Exercise means running or cycling not walking around the beach with no dog …Exercise means running or cycling not walking around the beach with no dog or not going to the shopFlying a kite and playing football or just walking around with no purpose is definitely against the rules



It's a grey area if you're with others, of the same household in a group and mindful of the people around you. Exercising doesn't mean you can't play or have fun. That's not been banned.

I don't run or do weights but I consider a walk as exercise.
louiselouise03/04/2020 21:00

It's a grey area if you're with others, of the same household in a group …It's a grey area if you're with others, of the same household in a group and mindful of the people around you. Exercising doesn't mean you can't play or have fun. That's not been banned.I don't run or do weights but I consider a walk as exercise.


Walk exercise? Really? What are you a land whale?
Waking is not at all exercise it never will be

Also Other countries are policing it fine but are the police are.. Well do i have to say?
Even if you could lie, its the people again who are the problem even if if you can get away with it doesnt mean you should
Edited by: "Norseg" 3rd Apr
Norseg03/04/2020 21:01

Walk exercise? Really? What are you a land whale?



Yes, walking is considered exercise! No need for personal comments either.

Are you really going to be pedantic about this? There's even an app I use, Active 10, popularised by the 5:2 diet's Michael Moseley, think it's also been recommended by health professionals (the link is from the NHS website). Tracks your walking and encourages you to do more (in an ideal world, maybe not right now).

I also fast intermittent days.

Let's be clear here, I'm not "getting away with" anything, I am very careful about the time I spend outside. Some aren't.

I saw the police do a patrol, two cars, around 2am last night, probably checking the city centre streets to see who's out. From my window, obviously.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
louiselouise03/04/2020 21:04

Yes, walking is considered exercise! No need for personal comments …Yes, walking is considered exercise! No need for personal comments either.Are you really going to be pedantic about this? There's even an app I use, Active 10, popularised by the 5:2 diet's Michael Moseley, think it's also been recommended by health professionals (the link is from the NHS website). Tracks your walking and encourages you to do more (in an ideal world, maybe not right now).I also fast intermittent days.Let's be clear here, I'm not "getting away with" anything, I am very careful about the time I spend outside. Some aren't.I saw the police do a patrol, two cars, around 2am last night, probably checking the city centre streets to see who's out. From my window, obviously.


I edited my comment
Added some extta


Walking is a natural thing, well was before fatties started using their cars as legs than walking become an "exercise" "a chore"
Maybe its a exercise for a very old lady but even than its not worth the risk for that walk
Lift the lockdown i say, mass infect everyone since nobody seems to care or want it, like telling someone not to smoke when they know it will give them cancer and lung disease they still do it
Edited by: "Norseg" 3rd Apr
Norseg03/04/2020 21:07

I edited my commentAdded some exttaWalking is a natural thing, well was …I edited my commentAdded some exttaWalking is a natural thing, well was before fatties started using their cars as legs than walking become an "exercise" "a chore"Maybe its a exercise for a very old lady but even than its not worth the risk for that walkLift the lockdown i say, mass infect everyone since nobody seems to care or want it



Again, thanks for the personal comments but you don't know me and I'll determine whether I want to go out and why. I think I've explained myself very clearly and absolutely within the government guidelines (which are very simple), yet still some people seem confused about them. I'm not going to repeat myself.

It's very harmful to be housebound and not move for months, years on end (saw it happen with someone I knew years ago who was alcoholic and mentally ill). The individual determines what is exercise to them - "moving" is key, within the observed limits.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
Norseg03/04/2020 21:17

Comment deleted


I said I went out for food! You're obviously not reading anything I've said on here. I didn't even buy anything that's in this Deal post. I still have my receipt as well, as I use Shoppix.

Please don't patronise me.
louiselouise03/04/2020 21:08

Again, thanks for the personal comments but you don't know me and I'll …Again, thanks for the personal comments but you don't know me and I'll determine whether I want to go out and why. I think I've explained myself very clearly and absolutely within the government guidelines (which are very simple), yet still some people seem confused about them. I'm not going to repeat myself.It's very harmful to be housebound and not move for months, years on end (saw it happen with someone I knew years ago who was alcoholic and mentally ill). The individual determines what is exercise to them - "moving" is key, within the observed limits.


I too like to risk mine and others lives because i do what i want and i want to walk


Stay indoors unless you need food, its not worth it for you or others
And dont say you arent infected unless you get daily tests, basically the real numbers are much higher than confirmed so far, some can show no symptoms so they can pass it onto hundreds
Nobody is getting tested unless they show up to the Hospital
Norseg03/04/2020 21:19

I too like to risk mine and others lives because i do what i want and i …I too like to risk mine and others lives because i do what i want and i want to walk Stay indoors unless you need food, its not worth it for you or others And dont say you arent infected unless you get daily tests, basically the real numbers are much higher than confirmed so far, some can show no symptoms so they can pass it onto hundredsNobody is getting tested unless they show up to the Hospital


Do you want my personal history? I have been agoraphobic in the past and still get social anxiety and panic attacks. I live on my own (except when boyf visits from 90 miles away) so I think I'm safer than most.

Isolating and being outside for short periods is part of the script when you suffer this way.

I definitely don't "do what I want" and care very much about my community and the people I love. But I still have to buy food and take care of myself. Attack people who deserve it, please.

Read carefully what my precautions are and my mindset is when I'm outside - in the posts above - you obviously haven't bothered from your lazy assumptions of my character.

I am not "one of those" who is inconsiderate of others, out partying, meeting people and pretending life is normal, so don't lump me in with them!!
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Apr
This is still in my local store - saw it a few days ago (suppose there's less shoppers visiting at the moment).
louiselouise04/05/2020 04:03

This is still in my local store - saw it a few days ago (suppose there's …This is still in my local store - saw it a few days ago (suppose there's less shoppers visiting at the moment).



Just to prove what I said, here's a picture from today 40635106-En5HZ.jpg
Still in this store afaik..was in there on Friday and they had plenty left.
Saw these dishwasher tablets in store earlier today

OneBelow are also selling paper masks, 10 for £8, but that's not really a "deal" when they're disposable. Though the 100 Supermarket (more or less) across the road sells one mask for £3.99.
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