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Table topics are topics on various subjects that are discussed by a group of people around a table. As practiced by Toastmasters International, the topics to be discussed are written on pieces of paper which are placed in a box in the middle of a table. The participants pick up one paper each and start talking about the topic written on the paper. Speeches given by the persons are extemporaneous or adlib. The purpose is to develop the speaking skills and thinking processes of a person.

Many personality or public speaking clubs like the ‘Toastmasters’ have a separate session in their meetings known as a table topic session.

Time allotted to a person is two minutes. There will be a table topic master for each meeting, who will prepare questions beforehand and ask the participants questions one by one for which they are called upon to answer.

Some chapters of Toastmasters also host Table Topics contests.


1. Look Before you Leap
2. Which country would you like to go and visit?
3. Stitch in time saves 9
4. What would you do with a million dollars
5. Tell us something that no one knows about you
6. Child is the father of man
7. Children are smarter than parents
8. Think big thoughts but relish small pleasures
9. Your best teacher is your last mistake.
10. Patience is a flower that grows not in everyone’s garden
11. When you are right, no one remembers. But when you are wrong no one forgets.
12. Live for the moment or not?
13. Slow and steady wins the race
14. Will the road toll help reduce traffic?
15. Space tourism – If you get a chance would you go for it?
16. Love at first sight – Do you believe in it?
17. Life is too wonderful to be spend worrying – Your views
18. Mobile Technology – Boon or Bane
19. Chatting – English language killer?
20. Television – Make children grow faster than they should
21. The only thing that sat its way to success was hen
22. Hardest thing that children today are having good manners is not have one to follow.
23. Which is better – Power of love or Love of power
24. Imagine a world as a single country – Will it be good for the human kind.
25. Truth is always covered with a golden colored foil.
26. It is more the sinful to cover the truth than telling a life.
27. You have jumped from a parachute glider. The parachute doesn’t open.
28. Parking is an art. But you never get a place to park. Comment.
29. Traffic is a menace and you are a part of it. Comment?
30. Marriage life – Bliss or Disaster?
31. Hard work and success is like a chicken & egg story. Which came first.
32. You have enough credit to make one call in your cell. Who would you call and why?
33. Your most embarrassing moment in life can be the first step towards the success. Do you agree?
34. Would you be a teacher or a parent.
35. Every moment you live is a tribute to your past success and a step towards the future.
36. If you are the captain of the cricket team – what would you do?
37. Your holiday plans for this year
38. Beauty or Intelligence – What would you prefer?
39. Present world what you do think is the most important fact affecting the behavior of children
40. Do you agree with the present educational system?
41. Headings – Proverb / 2 choices / Open Choice / Situation /
42. Learning Arabic
43. Cricket today
44. A midsummer nights dream
45. Memories in life
46. Travelling the world
47. A girl kisses u while u r out shopping with ur wife – reaction?
48. Sell a new product
49. Advice u would give urself if u went back to the age of 10
50. What is your biggest weakness & what r u doing about it?
51. Which country do u want to settle in and why?
52. Ruler of UAE for 1 week – what will u do?
53. You won the postcard millionaire
54. Band is playing your favourite music
55. Your favourite game
56. Most interesting book you have read
57. Ur favourite actress is in ur room, what is the reaction?
58. Your first day at work
59. Your favourite takeaway food outlet
60. Is that lipstick on your collar
61. Do you remember your first car?
62. Is your new secretary attractive?
63. Your favourite restaurant
64. Do u remember ur worst hangover?
65. Perfect job
66. Most unlikely place where u were asked – hv u been here before?
67. Do u believe in star signs
68. Rolemodel – everybody should have one
69. If given a choice to remain a bachelor or married, ur choice?
70. If ur business partner was unethical but making good money, would you continue with him?
71. If ur parents insisted u return home leaving a lucrative career here, would you?
72. What was the most difficult choice in your life?
73. How did u rectify a bad choice that you had made?
74. Which difficulty in life made you stronger?
75. What is the key to happiness
76. If you were granted a wish to go back in time which age would you choose?
77. If you are selected to go to the moon with a companion of your choice, who would you choose?
78. Which is the most wise decision in your life?
79. Success is 99% perspiration & 1% aspiration – Thomas Edison
80. Life in an indivisible home – you cannot do wrong in 1 part and right in another part – Mahatma Gandhi
81. Do unto ourselves as you would do unto others (Stress for success) – Dr, hansen
82. You cannot solve a problem by thinking the nsame way as you thought while creating the problem – Albert Einstein
83. Quality of life is the quality of comunication with yourself and with others – Anthony Robbin
84. U see a snake cross the road in front. Reaction?
85. If u were selected to represent ur country in a world wide spaceship would u accept?
86. Instead of criticizing u r selected for ur national team
87. If u won a million what would u do?
88. U r promoted to MD of ur co. Reaction
89. Your first bad hangover
90. Yr date is stands u up. Reaction?
91. Alladins lamp. Wish for ?
92. U dislilke a movie ur friend recommended.
93. Your dream job
94. Happiest moment in life
95. Is it crazy living in this science age
96. Dieting & healthy food
97. Stress management and Yoga
98. Crack a joke
99. Dealing with changes in life
100. Your dream vacation plan
101. Your retirement plan
102. The most unforgettable book you have read
103. The most unforgettable movie you have seen
104. Memories invoked by scent
105. Introduce Mr. Orange
106. Market a product
107. View of co-education
108. Beauty contests – your opinion
109. Should men be older in marriage?
110. Why suicide rates are higher in S. India?
111. Which basic invention turned the history of mankind and why?
112. If God was to appear before you and grant you one boon what would u choose and why?
113. True love
114. Your favourite film actor
115. Your reaction to growing intolerance of people
116. Balancing between Professional & personal life
117. Learning Arabic
118. Cricket today
119. A midsummer nights dream
120. Memories in life
121. Travelling the world
122. Incident that shook ur mind – most recent
123. Mobile phones – a nuisance or a high end communication device?
124. Belief, hope or love – which is the most important?
125. Your favourite food – u would love to have every day
126. Tourist spot that you would ike to visit in the near future
127. Mad rush of life
128. Best way to ease tension
129. There is no security – only opportunity in life
130. To be a person of oppoortunity or to be in the land of opportunity
131. Most buoyant moment of your life
132. Money is a blessing or a curse
133. No one plans to fail nut some people fail to plan
134. Your dream vacation
135. What doesn’t break us makes us strong – challenges memorable to you
136. How did you feel about todays meeting?
137. Which is yr favorite DSF event and why?
138. Which is the book that has influenced u the most & why?
139. The most memorable event in ur shildhood
140. The worst movie u ever saw.
141. Tell us why you should be chosen as the winner of the TT contest
142. Look before you leap
143. A stitch in time saves nine
144. Make hay when the sun shines
145. Employee are not paid for the past 6 months. Give them a motivational speech to make them work more.
146. Do you think beauty contests should be banned?
147. Children need love especially when they don’t need it?
148. In your opinion, who should be the boss in the house – Husband or wife?
149. Behind every successful man there is a woman?
150. Give us your description of ‘A perfect land’.
151. If you could go for any vacation spot, where would it be?
152. Are men equal to women?
153. Is honesty the best policy?
154. Should children be given more freedom?
155. Modern life is creating more problems?
156. Do you support cloning?
158. At five years old, we all dream to be a teacher or a fireman. At fifteen years old, we all dream to play or sing with a rock’n’roll band. But, tell us why your dream would be to be a shoe (or some other object)?
159. Everyone writes down a secret about themselves that no one in the club knows about
160. If you could be any age again for one week, what age and why?
161. If you could fly in a hot-air balloon over any city in the world, what city would you choose?
162. If you could go back in time and talk to yourself at the age of ten, what advice would you give yourself?
163. If you could travel back in time to meet anyone in your family’s history, whom would you most want to meet?
164. If you had to wear a button with a maximum of five words what would it be and why?
165. Obtain a list of all of the cabinet ministers. Ask each speaker to explain what they would do if they were a particular Minister, i.e., “What would you do if you were the Minister of Transportation?”
166. Some people say a little white lie is sometimes okay. What do you think?
167. The chicken is involved, and the pig is committed. When it comes to life, which are you, a chicken or a pig?
168. What annually televised sporting event is an absolute must-see for you?
169. What national attraction or tourist site should every New Zealander see at least once?
170. What would you do if you arrived at the airport barely on time after dodging bad traffic and realised that you forgot your tickets?
171. If you could have a round-trip ride in a time machine and travel any distance into the past or future, where would you want to go?
172. If you were alone and had only a few minutes to hide from crooks who were about to break into your house, where would you hide? What is the best hiding place in your house?
173. If you could be invisible for a day, what would you do?
174. Would you like to have an identical twin? What about it would be best? Worst?
175. If you woke up tomorrow and by magic were already grown-up and had kids of your own, how would you treat them differently from the way your parents treat you?
176. If you could change any one thing about your parents, what would it be?
177. Would you rather be very poor and have parents who loved you and each other, or be wealthy and have parents who ignored you and were always fighting with each other?
178. Would you be willing to never again get any gifts and surprises if instead you could just ask for anything you wanted and have your parents buy it for you?
179. If you were to be granted any one magical power you wanted, what would you pick?
180. s can do more but have more responsibilities; children can play more but are often told what to do. Do you think kids or s have a better deal?
181. If you could see into the future but not change it, would you want to do so?
182. If you couldn’t watch TV for a year, what do you think you would do with all of your extra time? Do you think you would by better off if you watched TV more or less than you do now? Why?
183. If you could have either the ability to talk to animals or the power to see into the future, which would you want?
184. What things scare you even though you know there is no reason to be afraid?
185. If you had to pick a new first name for yourself, what would you choose?
186. What Indian names would you choose for each person in your family? Why?
187. Do you think it is fun to be a parent? If so, what do you think is the best thing about it? If not, why do you think people have children?
188. If you bought something in a store and the clerk gave you a dollar extra in change, would you say anything about his mistake?
189. If you had a lot of money and could use it in any way you wanted, what would you do with it?
190. Would you rather receive a gift you really wanted, or give your mother a gift she would absolutely treasure?
191. What good book have you read lately?
192. What is your favorite season of the year? Why?
193. What is you idea of a dream vacation?
194. What is the most enjoyable way for you to spend $25?
195. If you could buy any rare collection in the world, which would you choose?
196. If you could be anywhere for New Year’s Eve 1999, where would you most want to be?
197. Tell us why you plan to paint your house this colour
198. Explain why all your clothes this summer will be in this color
199. Tell the person to your right why he/she should buy a car in this color.
200. Have the speaker discuss a weird place to live and defend the place as a nice place to live, such as:
201. Next to a nuclear power plant.
202. In a swamp.
203. Bottom of the Grand Canyon.
204. Top of Mt Cook.
205. It was a dark and stormy night as lightning flashed through the window pane…..
206. When the guests heard the noise they stumbled down the hallway only to discover….
207. The police arrived and asked everyone to….
208. Fearing for my own safety I told the Police, “I couldn’t have done it because I…..”
209. Seeing that now was the right time, the butler stepped forward and declared…..
210. Old Mrs. Marple didn’t think anyone knew about her relationship with the deceased. I then stood up and told the group…..
211. Gasping for breath and holding her throat, the maid stumbled into the drawing room….
212. It was then that the front door burst open and who should step in but….
213. “No!”, I cried. “It was I who did it, for you see the dead man was my……..”
214. Surprising everyone, the dead man picked himself up off of the floor, looked around at the gathering and said…..
215. Just when all had felt the mystery solved, the light went out…..
216. The policeman then stepped forward and announced to the guests, with a big smile on his face….
217. While changing job in the UAE, there is a ban for 6 months to 1 year. This policy is good for stable employment market. Do you agree? Give your reasons.
218. In the UAE, road accidents killed 873 people and injured 11,477 people last year. This high rate of accidents is due to the bad traffic conditions prevailing here. Do you agree? Give your arguments.
219. In Sharjah, second hand car market must be at the centre of the city. Do you agree? Give your arguments.
220. Paid Parking is the remedy for parking problem in Sharjah. Do you agree? Give reasons.
221. In some families both the husband and wife are working. Is this good or bad for the family? Give your arguments.
222. In some offices the working hours is continuous, with or without a short lunch break. In other offices, there is a lunch break of around three hours. Which is good? Why?
223. Olympics is a waste of money. Give your arguments.
224. Frog Jumping must be made an Olympic sport.
225. Competitive sports urge sportsmen to turn to drugs. So competitive sports should be banned.
226. Internet is a bane or boon
227. “The Internet has provided a means by which any person can locate information on almost any topic conceivable, from high-level mathematics to the craft of knitting. How do you envisage this affecting the process of education?”
228. “Sleeping alone in your bed at 3am, you are awoken by a strange tapping at your window. Drearily pulling yourself out of bed, you carefully open the window only to see…”
229. Is traveling a waste of time & resources
230. if you were a dentist and you pulled the wrong tooth from a patient, how would you plead your case?
231. What do people think they know about your birthplace that isn’t true?
232. You live next to a nuclear power plant, defend the place as a nice place to live.
233. There shall not be any taboo subjects in Toastmaster clubs. Defend.
234. If you could be any age again for one week, what age and why?
235. If you could fly in a hot-air balloon over any city in the world, what city would you choose?
236. If you could travel back in time to meet anyone in your family’s history, whom would you most want to meet?
237. Some people say a little white lie is sometimes okay. What do you think?
238. You are a fly on the tail fin of a Boeing 747 that has fallen asleep. You awaken and the plane is going 400 miles per hour! How you feel?
239. We never know the love of our parents until we become parents ourselves240. If you were born again in the opposite gender, what would you feel?
241. What makes a friendship successful?
242. In the case of a dispute, who would you support, your wife or your mother?
243. If you had to choose only one from Health, Wealth & Wisdom, which would it be and why?
244. Which one person has shaped you life the most and how?
245. What do you regret the most in your life and why?
246. If you could have had a different career what would it be and why?
247. What is the least amount of education any person should have and why?
248. If there is something in the worlds history you could change, what would it be and why?
249. Define happiness and how to attain it.
250. What hopes do the youth of today have in the world of the near future?




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Students like writing compare and contrast essays as they have enough space for creativity. Such papers allow expressing your thoughts regarding some contradictive issues. It makes more fun to draw a parallel between two people or objects instead of describing a single issue.

It does not mean, however, that compare and contrast essay is an easy assignment to complete. There are so many possible compare and contrast essay topics, and some of them are hard to carry out.

Keys to Writing Compare & Contrast Essay

Before you start, it is crucial to choose topics that you really know well. Most often, you should find two things that have enough differences and similarities. You can take two pets, cats and dogs, while comparing a food (i.e., banana) with music (i.e., hard rock) basically, makes no sense.

Of course, if you're a part of Arts class where tutor appreciates uncommon parallelism, you may try your luck in your compare and contrast essay. You may talk about a sense of taste and the book of your favorite author. For instance, you may try to explain how it tastes to be Dracula. Or you can highlight how it smells to be Jean-Baptiste Grenouille from famous novel Perfume: The Story of a Murderer. Such creative comparisons are often appreciated and awarded with more than "A." Original and unexpected compare and contrast essay topics serve as your ticket to special universities where Arts are studied. Along with a personal statement written by professional writers, such essay will increase your chances to get enrolled.

Sources to be Used

In any case, writing about things to compare and contrast is an activity which requires your full attention and creativity. But when you have to compare things objectively, you should operate facts. Just like an argumentative essay, your text will need corresponding evidence. Search for the primary and secondary sources on the given topics before you start your first draft. Make sure these sources are no older than 5 years. They should be as relevant as possible. Don't forget to apply only credible sources to reveal your topics. Those are:

  • Textbooks
  • Books
  • Documentaries
  • Academic journals
  • Scientific magazines
  • Newspapers
  • Official reports


How to Write a Compare and Contrast Essay

The traditional essay tips won't work with compare and contrast paper. We have gathered the best ideas online to share with students. If you write such assignment for the first time in your school or college life, read information from us.

You need to keep in mind the most common writing mistakes school and college students make to avoid them.

Start with the type of your compare and contrast essay topic. The topics are divided into 4 different groups:

  • Events (point to the differences and similarities of some historical events or episodes from the book)
  • Situations (choose to compare two different cases or episodes from your life)
  • People or fiction characters (choose the story)
  • Places (describe different locations)

No matter what comparison and contrast topics you write on, you need to keep to the traditional structure of the academic paper.

Start with a capturing and interesting hook. Outline what your topic is. Point to the main argument of your topic known as a thesis statement. This sentence or two usually come in the last sentence of your first paragraph.

  • Developing your arguments

You need to research your topic to choose three claims. Include evidence with the supporting points next to each argument. There should be up to three supporting points in each body paragraphs.

  • Refuting opponent's arguments

This time, you need to research the topic to view the facts that contradict your thesis. It is important to choose at least one example and develop a paragraph with the counter-argument as well. Write down maximum two opposing views followed by a couple of your refutations.

Restate your thesis statement and stress why your side is right once again.

You can learn more information on the structure of five-paragraph paper online.

Writing Tips Used by Smart American College Students

Moreover, use such helpful words as "because,""for example," "the writer mentioned...," "according to the book/movie," "from the given reading, we know that...," "on the following page, I have found..."


"Why do you believe Americans will win the next Olympic games?"

"According to the reading I have found in my college library, their team showed better results than Canadians during the last games."

  1. Check possible examples of compare and contrast essays when working in your hook sentence. It has a great influence on the reader's decision whether to read your text on a specific topic or not. You may add numbers, figures, facts - whatever to make your reader interested. On the whole, there are many types of hooks:
  • Anecdotes and jokes
  • Literary quotes
  • Quotes of famous people
  • Lines from poetry
  • Setting scenes
  • Scientific facts
  • Questions and rhetorical questions
  • Metaphors and similes
  • Thesis statements

We think it is better to write a thesis statement in the last sentence of the argumentative essay’s introduction to conclude.

  1. Brainstorm all the time. The best way to decide on two good compare and contrast topics to analyze is to brainstorm and write down possible versions on a blank paper. Once you choose the subjects, you have to organize your thoughts. Prepare a table where you will mention both similarities and differences between the two subjects.
  2. Get professional help and examples. Find online educational services which help to choose some good sources on the given topic. Those can be movies, books, articles, etc. It is the last pre-writing stage which is known as a literature review. School and college students conduct in-depth research to enrich their compare and contrast essay drafts with important details. If you miss any words to finish your essay, a literature review is a brilliant way to reach the necessary word count.
  3. Don't forget about the formatting and in-text citations. Apply direct and indirect quotes to make your text longer and more persuasive. Citations will serve as the strong evidence to support your compare and contrast topics.

It was just a short preview of every section of your compare and contrast paper in English. Selecting the proper topics might take a while if you don't have a list of sample topics in front of you. We are ready to share the best compare and contrast essay subjects with you right now. You may use any example as the subject for your comparative essay when the theme is not assigned to you.

Compare and Contrast Essay Topics for College Students

We have divided the topics into several categories to make it easier to select one. The list starts with the most relevant subjects college students usually discuss. Other categories are full of great ideas too.

  1. School vs. College: What's New?
  2. Students Who Work and Unemployed Students: Who Takes the Best of This Life?
  3. Research Paper and Essay: What Is More Responsible?
  4. American English vs. British English: Major Differences
  5. What Makes Education and Employment Similar?
  6. SAT and TOEFL: Differences and Similarities
  7. How Are Master Degree and Ph.D. different?
  8. Persuasive and Argumentative Paper: Different or the Same
  9. Traditional Education or Remote Learning?

History and Political Compare and Contrast Essay Topics

  1. Comparison of Lincoln's and Washington' Ideas
  2. Renaissance vs. Baroque Epoch
  3. Anthropology vs. Religious Studies
  4. American Government vs. Soviet Government
  5. US President vs. UK Prime Minister
  6. North and South Before the Civil War in the US
  7. Henry VIII vs. King Louis XIV
  8. Fascism and Nazism: Different or the Same?
  9. World War I and World War II: Difference in Events

Compare and Contrast Topics for Beginners

  1. Compare Apple and Orange
  2. Night Time and Day Time: Advantages Each Period Has
  3. What Makes People Completely Different from Animals
  4. Living in Poverty and Being Rich
  5. Coffee and Tea: The Effects of Both
  6. Living in Big City or Staying in Village
  7. Feeling Sad against Feeling Lonely
  8. Differences and Similarities between American and British Traditional Dishes
  9. Camping in the Woods or Resting by the Sea?

Opposite Things to Compare and Contrast

  1. Females and Males
  2. Coke vs. Pepsi
  3. Red vs. White
  4. Country in War Compared to Country in Peace
  5. Driving a Car or Riding a Bus
  6. Love and Hatred
  7. Bad and Good Aspects of Overwork
  8. Moon and Sun
  9. Dolls or Soft Toys: What Should Parents Buy to Their Children?

Ideas Teenagers May Use in Their Papers

  1. Childhood vs. Adulthood
  2. Living at Home or Living on Campus
  3. Reading or Watching Screened Versions: What Teens Prefer
  4. Working in Office or Being a Freelancer?
  5. Academic Writing vs. Scientific Writing
  6. TV Shows and Radio Shows: What Is More Trendy?
  7. Education or Professional Career: What Is Easier and What Is More Difficult?
  8. Greek and Roman Culture: Differences and Similarities
  9. Comparing Art and Science Classes


IT & Social Media Compare & Contrast Ideas

  1. E-mail or Traditional Mailing: What Will Happen in the Future?
  2. Online vs. Traditional Commerce
  3. Online Dating vs. Real-Life Relations
  4. Computer Games, Video Games, or Smartphone Games
  5. Choosing between New York Times and Forbes
  6. FaceBook or MySpace: Which Social Network Offers More Opportunities?
  7. Searching for Job Online or Traditionally?
  8. Using Online Writing Services against Traditional Writing Services
  9. Benefits Marketing Specialists Get from Using Online Advertising vs. Traditional One

Movie & Music Compare and Contrast Themes

  1. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer or Charmed?
  2. Books against Movies: Why Reading Is Preferred
  3. Jazz vs. Rock
  4. Sam vs. Frodo Baggins (Lord of the Rings)
  5. Gandalf vs. Dumbledore
  6. American Cinematography vs. Soviet Union Cinematography
  7. Thor and Loki: Friends or Enemies According to Movie of 2009?
  8. Horror Films and Thrillers: What's in Common?
  9. Harry Potter or Draco Malfoy?

Literature Compare & Contrast Ideas

  1. Comedy vs. Drama
  2. Greek vs. Roman Mythology
  3. Beauty and the Beast: Lessons Learned
  4. Prose or Lyrics: What People Prefer More and Why?
  5. Poetry of XIII Century and Nowadays Lyrics
  6. Shakespeare's Othello Compared to Hamlet
  7. Fiction or Non-Fiction Literature: When You May Need Different Types?
  8. Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter: Which Fantasy Book Is Better?
  9. Literature of the Past against Literature of the Future

Scientific Compare & Contrast Ideas

  1. Oven vs. Microwave
  2. Physics vs. Chemistry
  3. Our Galaxy, Milky Way, and Andromeda, the Closest
  4. What Makes Earth Different from Mars
  5. First Mission to Moon and Second Visit: What Are the Differences and Similarities?
  6. Thomas Jefferson or DaVinci: Whose Innovations Matter More?
  7. Earthquakes or Tsunami: Which Consequences Are Worse?
  8. Limited Control Tools or Software with Fool Access to Navigation
  9. Formulas of Two Different Chemical Reactions

Popular Compare & Contrast Ideas

  1. Soccer vs. Football
  2. Chinese vs. Korean
  3. Public Opinion vs. Personal Point of View: Discuss Subjectivity & Objectivity
  4. Juice and Water
  5. Light Beer vs. Dark Beer: Which One Is More Popular?
  6. Anorexia Nervosa and Obesity: What Is More Dangerous?
  7. Marriage and Divorce: Two Sides of the Coin
  8. Windows or Linux: Paid vs. Free OS
  9. Marxism vs. Other Ideas of Capitalism

Philosophy Compare & Contrast Ideas

  1. Is Home Really a Better Place Than Miami Beach?
  2. Life and Death: Various Philosophical Views
  3. Living in Your Dreams or Living in Reality: Pros and Cons
  4. Friends and ... Where Is the Edge?
  5. Physical & Mental Needs of Human Beings
  6. Reality or Fantasy World?
  7. Main Philosophical Ideas of Macbeth against the Main Ideas of Hamlet
  8. Dogs and Humans: They Are More Similar Than We Think
  9. Sources with Free Access and Rights Reserved: Should We Protect Intellectual Property?
  10. Greek Philosophers vs. Roman Philosophers

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