Later, if you tire of the graphics and want to change, or if you sell the aircraft and the new owner does not like them, they are easily removed. Enac Italian Civil Aviation Authority. 202.03 Aircraft Marks (1) Subject to subsection (2), the nationality mark in respect of a Canadian aircraft is the letter “C” and the registration mark in respect of the aircraft is a combination of four letters specified by the Minister. Reservation of registration marks ; Administration of ELT 406 MHz Codes ; Assignment of Mode SSR addresses ; to the top. Any questions can be by email Aircraft Registration Branch, or you can call 1-866-762-9434, or 405-954-3116. Annex 7 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation describes the definitions, location, and measurement of nationality and registration marks. England used 'G-E', New Zealand 'G-NZ', Canada 'G-CA' and Australia 'G-AU'. 202.03 (1) Subject to subsection (2), the nationality mark in respect of a Canadian aircraft is the letter “C” and the registration mark in respect of the aircraft is a combination of four letters specified by the Minister. The registration indicates the aircraft's country of registration, and functions much like an automobile license plate or a ship registration. Upon registration, the aircraft receives its unique “registration” which must be displayed prominently on the aircraft. Full Document: Canadian Aviation Regulations, Part II — Aircraft Identification and Registration and Operation of a Leased Aircraft by a Non-Registered Owner (continued), Subpart 2 — Aircraft Marking and Registration, Application for Issuance or Reservation of a Registration Mark, Removal or Change of Marks after Issuance of Continuing Registration, Variance from the Specifications for Marks for Former Military Aircraft and Replicas, Subpart 3 — Administration and Compliance, Inspection of Aircraft, Requests for Production of Documents and Prohibitions, Division III — Canadian Aviation Documents, Notices of Refusal to Issue, Amend or Renew and Notices of Suspension or Cancellation, Administrative Grounds for Suspension, Cancellation or Refusal to Renew, Division V — Preservation and Return of Evidence or Aircraft, Processing of Applications outside Canada, Subpart 7 – Safety Management System Requirements, Subpart 9 — Aircraft under an Agreement for Transfer of Functions and Duties in Accordance with Article 83, Surrender of Certificate of Airworthiness, Reinstatement of the Certificate of Airworthiness, Part II — Aircraft Identification and Registration and Operation of a Leased Aircraft by a Non-Registered Owner, Subpart 1 — Identification of Aircraft and Other Aeronautical Products, Removal, Replacement and Attachment of, and Alteration of Information on, Aircraft Identification Plates, Loss or Theft of or Damage to an Aircraft Identification Plate, Identification of Engines, Propellers, Life-limited Components, Appliances, Parts, Balloon Baskets and Burner Assemblies, Information Relating to Aircraft Engines and Propellers, Balloon Basket and Burner Assembly Identification, Removal and Replacement of Identification Plates and Alteration of Identification Information on Aeronautical Products Other Than Aircraft, Qualifications to Be Registered Owner of a Canadian Aircraft, Identity for Registration Purposes — Aircraft, Identity for Registration Purposes — Balloons, Division III — Certificates of Registration, Issuance of a Certificate of Registration, Carrying Certificate of Registration on Board the Aircraft, Certificate of Registration Lost or Destroyed, Amendment or Replacement of Certificate of Registration, Division IV — Transfer of Legal Custody and Control, Division V — Operation of Foreign Aircraft, Loss of Qualification to Be Registered Owner, Division VIII — Cancellation of Certificate of Registration, Conditions Where Certificate of Registration Is Cancelled, Notification Regarding Destroyed or Missing Aircraft, Misrepresentation or Fraudulent Documentation, Removal of Name and Address from the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register, Removal of Aircraft Particulars from the Canadian Civil Aircraft Register, Division IX — Canadian Civil Aircraft Register, Subpart 3 — Operation of a Leased Aircraft by a Non-Registered Owner, Limits on Period of Operation under Authorization, Part III — Aerodromes, Airports and Heliports, Amendment and Cancellation of Airport Certificate, Division II — Airport Emergency Planning, Aircraft Crash Charts and Airport Grid Maps, Division III — Airport Wildlife Planning and Management, Division IV — Airport Winter Maintenance, Removal of Contaminants from Priority Areas, Snow Accumulation on or Adjacent to Threshold Areas, Snow Accumulation Adjacent to Runways or Taxiways, Components of the Safety Management System, Person Managing the Safety Management System, Subpart 3 — Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting at Airports and Aerodromes, Hours of Operation of an Aircraft Fire-fighting Service, Statistics on the Number of Passengers and Aircraft Movements, Division II — Extinguishing Agents and Aircraft Fire-Fighting Vehicles, Extinguishing Agent and Aircraft Fire-fighting Vehicle Requirements, Authorization Respecting Reduced Requirements, Division V — Communication and Alerting System, Requirement to Hold a Heliport Certificate, Eligibility to Hold a Heliport Certificate, Application and Issuance of a Heliport Certificate, General Conditions of a Heliport Certificate, Division IV — General Certification Requirements, Division VI — Obstacle Limitation Surfaces, Division VII — Visual Aids for Air Navigation, Division X — Visual Aids for Denoting Obstacles, Requirements for Marking or Lighting Obstacles, Division XI — Visual Aids for Denoting Restricted Use Areas, Division XII — Equipment and Installations, Division XIII — Emergency and Other Services, Division XIV — Heliport Operations Manual, Subpart 7 — Aerodromes — Consultations, Part IV — Personnel Licensing and Training, Exception — Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, Authorization to Operate Flight Training Service Under CUSMA, Subpart 1 — Flight Crew Permits, Licences and Ratings, Requirement to Hold a Flight Crew Permit, Licence or Rating or a Foreign Licence Validation Certificate, Flight Crew Members of Aircraft Registered in Contracting States Other Than Canada, Issuance and Endorsement of Flight Crew Permits, Licences and Ratings, Credits towards Requirements for a Flight Crew Permit, Licence or Rating, Airline Transport Licence — Training Program and Recording of Time, Validity of Flight Crew Permits and Licences, Failure of a Flight Test for a Rating Renewal, Examiner’s Endorsement of Personal Log — Gliders and Balloons, Recreational — Aeroplanes — Privileges, Recreational — Helicopters — Privileges, Aeroplanes and Helicopters — Reimbursement of Costs Incurred in respect of a Flight, Division VII — Commercial Pilot Licence, Aeroplanes — Privileges and Requirements, Helicopters — Privileges and Requirements, Division VII.1 — Multi-crew Pilot Licence, Division VIII — Airline Transport Pilot Licence, Division XIII — VFR Over-the-Top Rating, Division XVI — Passenger-Carrying Rating — Ultra-Light Aeroplane, Division XVII — Flight Instructor Ratings — Aeroplane and Helicopter, Class 1 or 2 — Supervision of the Holder of a Class 4 Flight Instructor Rating — Aeroplane and Helicopter, Division XVIII — Flight Instructor Rating — Aeroplane, Division XIX — Flight Instructor Rating — Helicopter, Division XX — Flight Instructor Ratings — Glider, Balloon and Gyroplane, Renewal of Flight Instructor Ratings — Glider, Balloon and Gyroplane, Division XXI — Flight Instructor Rating — Ultra-Light Aeroplane, Renewal of Flight Instructor Rating — Ultra-light Aeroplane, Division XXII — Flight Instructor Rating — Aeroplane — Aerobatic, Division XXIII — Flight Instructor Rating — Glider — Aerobatic, Subpart 2 — Air Traffic Controller Licences and Ratings, Issuance and Endorsement of Air Traffic Controller Licences and Ratings, Validity of Air Traffic Controller Licences, Subpart 3 — Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licences and Ratings, Division II — Approved Training Organizations, Requirement to Hold a Medical Certificate, Issuance, Renewal, Validity Period and Extension of a Medical Certificate, Medical Standards Flexibility — Limitations and Restrictions, Prohibition Regarding Exercise of Privileges, Division III — Medical Certificate Requirements, Medical Certificate Requirements for Personnel Licences, Authority to Conduct Medical Examinations, Examination for Renewal of a Medical Certificate or for Permission to Continue to Exercise the Privileges of a Permit, Licence or Rating, Division IV — Flight Training Operations, Requirement to Hold a Flight Training Unit Operator Certificate, Eligibility to Hold a Flight Training Unit Operator Certificate, Issuance or Amendment of a Flight Training Unit Operator Certificate, Contents of a Flight Training Unit Operator Certificate, General Conditions of a Flight Training Unit Operator Certificate, Quality Assurance Program — Integrated Course, Duties of Certificate Holder in Respect of Maintenance, Requirements for Assistant Chief Flight Instructor, Safety Belt and Shoulder Harness Requirements, Person Responsible for Maintenance Control System, Defect Rectification and Control Procedures, Division V — Flight Training Operations, Division VI — Manuals and Course Certificates, Aircraft and Equipment Required for a Flight Test, Failure and Re-test — Schedules 1 to 8 to Flight Testing Standards, Failure of a Flight Test — Schedules 9 to 18 to Flight Testing Standards, Subpart 1 — Annual Airworthiness Information Report, Subpart 7 — Flight Authority and Certificate of Noise Compliance, Flight Authority for an Imported Aircraft, Persons Who May Attest to Condition and Conformity, Replacing a Lost or Destroyed Flight Authority, Application for a Certificate of Noise Compliance, Suspension of a Certificate of Noise Compliance, Validation of a Foreign Certificate of Noise Compliance, Subpart 9 — Export Airworthiness Certificates, Application for an Export Airworthiness Certificate, Subpart 21 — Approval of the Type Design or a Change to the Type Design of an Aeronautical Product, Change to the Type Design Approved in a Type Certificate, Division III — Canadian Technical Standard Order (CAN-TSO) Design Approvals, Application for a Canadian Technical Standard Order (CAN-TSO) Design Approval, Issuance of a Canadian Technical Standard Order (CAN-TSO) Design Approval, Change to a Type Design Approved in a Canadian Technical Standard Order (CAN-TSO) Design Approval, Change to a Type Design Requiring a New Type Certificate, Change Other than a Change to the Type Design, Application for Approval of a Change to the Type Design, Issuance of Approval of a Change to the Type Design, Division V — Supplemental Type Certificates, Application for a Supplemental Type Certificate, Issuance of a Supplemental Type Certificate, Change to a Type Design Approved in a Supplemental Type Certificate, Change to a Repair Design Approved in a Repair Design Approval, Change to a Part Design Approved in a Part Design Approval, Division VIII — Responsibilities of a Design Approval Document Holder, Establishing a Service Difficulty Reporting System, Investigation of Service Difficulty Reports, Division IX — Service Difficulty Reporting, Division XI — Foreign Aeronautical Products, Application for a Design Approval Document, Subpart 61 — Manufacture of Aeronautical Products, Manufacturer Certificate — Application, Issuance and Amendment, Subpart 71 — Aircraft Maintenance Requirements, Maintenance and Elementary Work Performance Rules, Recording of Maintenance and Elementary Work, Maintenance of Aircraft Operated under Part IV or VII, Installation and Disposal of Life-limited Parts, Persons Who May Sign a Maintenance Release, Reporting Major Repairs and Major Modifications, Subpart 73 — Approved Maintenance Organizations, Authorization to Sign a Maintenance Release, Facilities, Equipment, Standards and Procedures, Part VI — General Operating and Flight Rules, Division I — Airspace Structure, Classification and Use, IFR or VFR Flight in Class F Special Use Restricted Airspace or Class F Special Use Advisory Airspace, IFR Flight in Class A, B, C, D or E Airspace or Class F Special Use Restricted or Class F Special Use Advisory Controlled Airspace, Division II — Aircraft Operating Restrictions and Hazards to Aviation Safety, Forest Fire Aircraft Operating Restrictions, Issuance of NOTAM for Forest Fire Aircraft Operating Restrictions, Orders Prohibiting or Restricting Aircraft Operation, Projection of Directed Bright Light Source at an Aircraft, Division III — Marking and Lighting of Obstacles to Air Navigation, Marking and Lighting of Obstacles to Air Navigation, Notification of Deterioration, Failure or Malfunction, Application — Remotely Piloted Aircraft, Reckless or Negligent Operation of Aircraft, Starting and Ground Running of Aircraft Engines, Overflight of Built-up Areas or Open-air Assemblies of Persons during Take-offs, Approaches and Landings, Take-offs, Approaches and Landings within Built-up Areas of Cities and Towns, Flights over Open-Air Assemblies of Persons or Built-up Areas — Helicopters with External Loads, Carriage of Persons during Low Altitude Flight, Right of Way — Aircraft Manoeuvring on Water, Entering or Leaving an Aircraft in Flight, Aerobatic Manoeuvres — Prohibited Areas and Flight Conditions, Hang Glider and Ultra-light Aeroplane Operation, Compliance with Air Traffic Control Instructions and Clearances, Cruising Altitudes and Cruising Flight Levels, Altimeter-setting and Operating Procedures in the Altimeter-setting Region, Altimeter-setting and Operating Procedures in the Standard Pressure Region, Altimeter-setting and Operating Procedures in Transition between Regions, Landing at or Take-off from an Aerodrome at Night, Division II — Operational and Emergency Equipment Requirements, Life Rafts and Survival Equipment — Flights over Water, Emergency Underwater Breathing Apparatus (EUBA), Division III — Flight Preparation, Flight Plans and Flight Itineraries, Requirement to File a Flight Plan or a Flight Itinerary, Contents of a Flight Plan or a Flight Itinerary, Filing of a Flight Plan or a Flight Itinerary, Division IV — Pre-Flight and Fuel Requirements, Division V — Operations at or in the Vicinity of an Aerodrome, VFR and IFR Aircraft Operations at Uncontrolled Aerodromes within an MF Area, MF Reporting Procedures before Entering Manoeuvring Area, MF Reporting Procedures When Flying Continuous Circuits, Reporting Procedures When Flying through an MF Area, Reporting Procedures for IFR Aircraft When Approaching or Landing at an Uncontrolled Aerodrome, Minimum Visual Meteorological Conditions for VFR Flight in Controlled Airspace, Minimum Visual Meteorological Conditions for VFR Flight in Uncontrolled Airspace, Minimum Altitudes to Ensure Obstacle Clearance, Language Used in Aeronautical Radiocommunications, Two-way Radiocommunication Failure in IFR Flight, Two-way Radiocommunication Failure in VFR Flight, Division IX — Emergency Communications and Security, Interception Signals, Interception of Aircraft and Instructions to Land, Division X — Noise Emission Levels for Subsonic Turbo-Jet Aeroplanes, Certification Requirements for Special Aviation Events, Issuance of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Special Aviation Event, Contents of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Special Aviation Event, General Conditions of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Special Aviation Event, Division II — Balloons with Fare-paying Passengers, Certification Requirements for Balloon Operations, Issuance of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Balloons, Contents of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Balloons, General Conditions of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Balloons, Certification Requirements for Parachute Operations, Issuance of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Parachuting, Contents of Special Flight Operations Certificate — Parachuting, Division IV — Miscellaneous Special Flight Operations, Issuance of Special Flight Operations Certificate, Contents of Special Flight Operations Certificate, Issuance of a Private Operator Registration Document, Amendment of Private Operator’s Operations Manual, Designation of Pilot-in-command and Second-in-command, Division III — Flight Operations — Documents, Division IV — Flight Operations — Special Authorizations, Minimum Performance Capability of Long-range Navigation Systems, General Prohibition — Special Authorizations, Precision Approaches — CAT II and CAT III, RNPC Requirements — High Level Fixed RNAV Routes, Other Activities Approved by the Minister, Division V — Flight Operations — Passengers, Fuelling with Passengers on Board and an Engine Running, Division VI — Flight Time and Flight Duty Period, Flight Duty Period Limits and Rest Periods, Rest Period — Flight Crew Member Positioning, Maintenance, Elementary Work and Servicing, Operations Manager Qualifications and Responsibilities, Chief Pilot Qualifications, Training and Responsibilities, Flight Crew Member Qualifications and Training, Flight Dispatcher and Flight Follower Training, Ground and Airborne Icing Operations Training, Training Program Content and Training Facilities, Flight Crew Members — Ground Instruction, Flight Crew Members — Aircraft Operation Training, Flight Crew Members — Level B, C or D Flight Simulator, Flight Crew Members — Level C or D Flight Simulator, Flight Crew Members — Level D Flight Simulator, Flight Crew Members — Turbo-jet-powered Aeroplane or Transport Category Aircraft — Level C or D Flight Simulator, Flight Crew Members — Compatibility of Flight Simulators, Flight Crew Members — High Altitude Indoctrination Training, Flight Crew Members — One-engine Inoperative Ferry Flights, Flight Crew Members — Upgrade to Pilot-in-Command, Division XII — Safety Management System, Division XIII — Flight Attendants and Emergency Evacuation, Demonstration of Emergency Evacuation Procedures, Carrying Out a Demonstration of Emergency Evacuation Procedures, Carrying Out a Demonstration of Emergency Evacuation Procedures — Ditching, Emergency Evacuation — Before and During Surface Movement, Division I — Aircraft Requirements — General, Aircraft Equipment Standards and Serviceability, Unserviceable and Removed Equipment — General, Unserviceable and Removed Equipment — Aircraft with a Minimum Equipment List, Unserviceable and Removed Equipment — Aircraft without a Minimum Equipment List, Division II — Aircraft Equipment Requirements, Use of Position and Anti-collision Lights, General Use of Safety Belts and Restraint Systems, Use of Passenger Safety Belts and Restraint Systems, Underwater Locating Device for Flight Data Recorder, Underwater Locating Device for Cockpit Voice Recorder, Transponder and Automatic Pressure-Altitude Reporting Equipment, Division III — Aircraft Maintenance Requirements, Transfer of Aeronautical Products between Maintenance Schedules, Requirements for Technical Records Other Than the Journey Log, Requirements for Air Operator Certificate, Authorization to Operate Specialty Air Service Under CUSMA, Approach Bans — Non Precision, APV and CAT I Precision, Approach Bans — CAT II and CAT III Precision, Division II.1 — Portable Electronic Devices, Division III — Flight Crew Member Fatigue Management, Maximum Flight Duty Period — Augmented Flight Crew and Rest Facilities, Unforeseen Operational Circumstances — Flight Duty Period and Rest Period, Unforeseen Operational Circumstances — Split Flight Duty, Division IV — Flight Crew Member Fatigue Management — Medical Evacuation Flights, Maximum Flight Duty Period — Augmented Flight Crew and Rest Facility, Division V — Exemptions — Fatigue Risk Management System, Fatigue Risk Management System — Establishment and Implementation, Fatigue Risk Management System — Components, Quality Assurance Program for the Fatigue Risk Management System, Fatigue Risk Management System — Initial Audit, Fatigue Risk Management System — Review, Requirement for Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate, Division II — Certification and Authorization, Issuance or Amendment of Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate, Contents of Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate, General Conditions of Canadian Foreign Air Operator Certificate, Canadian Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications (CMNPS) or North Atlantic Minimum Navigation Performance Specifications (NAT-MNPS) Airspace, Transport of Passengers in Single-engined Aircraft, Issuance or Amendment of Air Operator Certificate, General Conditions of Air Operator Certificate, VFR Flight Minimum Flight Visibility — Uncontrolled Airspace, Entering or Leaving a Helicopter in Flight, Briefing of Persons Other Than Flight Crew Members, Operation of Aircraft in Icing Conditions, Division IV — Aircraft Performance Operating Limitations, Division V — Aircraft Equipment Requirements, Additional Equipment for Single-pilot Operations, Requirements relating to Company Operations Manual, Distribution of Company Operations Manual, Division X — Flight Time, Flight Duty Period Limitations and Rest Periods, Maximum Flight Duty Period and Rest Periods, Number of Passengers in Single-engined Aircraft, VFR Flight Obstacle Clearance Requirements, Approach Bans — Non-precision Approach, APV and CAT I Precision, Airborne Thunderstorm Detection and Weather Radar Equipment, Qualifications of Operational Control Personnel, Requirements Relating to Company Operations Manual, Approach Bans — Non-precision, APV, and CAT I Precision, Division IV — Aeroplane Performance Operating Limitations, Type Certification Performance Requirements, Enroute Limitations with One Engine Inoperative, Dispatch Limitations: Landing at Destination and Alternate Aerodromes, Dispatch Limitations: Wet Runway — Turbo-jet-powered Aeroplanes, Take-off and Landing on Unprepared Surfaces, Safety Features Card and Supplemental Briefing Card, Approach Bans — Non-precision, APV and CAT I Precision, Enroute Limitations with Two Engines Inoperative, Flammability Requirements for Aeroplane Seat Cushions, Floor Proximity Emergency Escape Path Markings, Cargo and Baggage Compartment Fire Protection, Flight Engineer and Second Officer Qualifications, Division XI — Interference With a Crew Member, Preventing and Managing Incidents of Interference with a Crew Member, Reporting Incidents of Interference with a Crew Member, Levels of Interference with a Crew Member, Division XII — Flight Attendants and Emergency Evacuation, Emergency Evacuation — Before and During Surface Movements, Subpart 6 — Aircraft Maintenance Requirements for Air Operators, Defect Recording, Rectification and Control Procedures, Services to Be Provided in Class A, B, C, D and E Airspace, Requirement for ATS Operations Certificate, Application for ATS Operations Certificate, Provision of Air Traffic Services in accordance with ATS Site Manual, Training and Competency of Flight Service Specialists, Provision of Air Traffic Services in Accordance with the ESCAT Plan, Locations where Air Traffic Services are Available in English and French, Subpart 2 — Aeronautical Telecommunications, Subpart 3 — Aeronautical Information Services, Provision of Aeronautical Information Services, Development and Publication of Instrument Procedures, Subpart 4 — Aviation Weather Services and Assessment of Runway Visibility, Division II — Meteorological Observations Measured By Automatic Instrumentation Of Wind, Temperature, Humidity Or Atmospheric Pressure, Visibility Markers and Visibility Markers Charts, Person Qualified to Assess and Report Runway Visibility, Assessment and Reporting of Runway Visibility, Management of the Safety Management System, Part IX — Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, Subpart 1 — Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft, Division II — Registration of Remotely Piloted Aircraft, Qualifications To Be Registered Owner of a Remotely Piloted Aircraft, Cancellation of Certificate of Registration, Division III — General Operating and Flight Rules, Prohibition — Emergency Security Perimeter, Prohibition — Canadian Domestic Airspace, Inadvertent Entry into Controlled or Restricted Airspace, Serviceability of the Remotely Piloted Aircraft System, Availability of Remotely Piloted Aircraft System Operating Manual, Control of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, Take-offs, Launches, Approaches, Landings and Recovery, Prohibition — Operation of Moving Vehicles, Vessels and Manned Aircraft, Special Aviation Events and Advertised Events, Transponder and Automatic Pressure-altitude Reporting Equipment, Operations at or in the Vicinity of an Aerodrome, Airport or Heliport, Incidents and Accidents — Associated Measures, Issuance of Pilot Certificate — Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft (VLOS) — Basic Operations, Access to Certificate and Proof of Recency, Retaking of an Examination or Flight Review, Issuance of Pilot Certificate — Small Remotely Piloted Aircraft (VLOS) — Advanced Operations, Manufacturer Declaration — Permitted Operations, Operation of a Modified Remotely Piloted Aircraft System, Compliance with Air Traffic Control Instructions, Operations at or in the Vicinity of an Airport or Heliport — Established Procedure, Division VI — Advanced Operations — Requirements for Manufacturer, Division VII — Requirements Related to Flight Review, Subpart 3 — Special Flight Operations — Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, Application for Special Flight Operations Certificate — RPAS, Issuance of Special Flight Operations Certificate — RPAS, Part X — Greenhouse Gas Emissions from International Aviation — CORSIA, Calculation of Annual Offsetting Obligations, Calculation of Reductions from Use of CORSIA Eligible Fuels, Calculation of Final Offsetting Obligations, Division IV — Reporting, Verification and Record Keeping, Verified Emissions Unit Cancellation Report, French Constitutional Drafting Committee (1990), Statutes Repeal Act: Reports, Deferrals and Repeals, Miscellaneous Statute Law Amendment Program, Typographical and Grammatical Corrections, Table of Public Statutes and Responsible Ministers, Consolidated Index of Statutory Instruments. 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