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Royal Kalindan Mounted Police
a branch of the Kalindan Royal Constabulary, this police force protected the major starport cities of the Kalinda System, including Verena and Jael. They were easily seen because of their ornate uniforms, which consisted of maroon jackets with gold trim, black helmets and body armor, and black boots. (TSK, HNN5)

Royal Kuat Holo-Theater
this was one of the most prestigious theaters found on the planet Kuat. (GCG)

Royal Macheteros
this was the name of the ancient protectors and guardians of the Kashi Mer monarchy. They were noted for their two-handed style of swordfighting, which was later co-opted by the Legions of Lettow and named Niman, in honor of the Kashi gods. (WOTC)

Royal Mistress
this cumbersome-looking medium freighter was owned and operated by Hawker Bryce-Kelley and his partner, Rypka. The ship could carry up to 500 metric tons of cargo, and was armed wit a concealed quad laser cannon. (PSG)

Royal Naboo Security Forces
this is the name used to describe the volunteer organization which pledged itself to the protection of Naboo's planetary rulers, during the last years of the Old Republic. This group included all branches of the Naboo military, including the Security Guards, Palace Guards, and the Space Fighter Corps. Under the rulership of Queen Amidala, these forces were commanded by Captain Panaka. (TPM, IG1, X1)

Royal Palace
this was the name of the primary governmental building on the planet of Alderaan. Located in the capital city of Aldera, the Royal Palace was also the home of the ruling family. (CCW)

Royal Pistol
this was the name of the custom-made weapon produced for the rulers of the planet Naboo by Theed Arms. They were designed to be an extension of the user's own hand, being weighted and balanced for each individual. (SON)

Royal Protectors
the elite group of bodyguards assigned to protect Aleema and Satal Keto. (TOJ)

Royal School of Leadership
this prestigious school was located in the city of Testa, on the planet Rutan. It provided an excellent education to those Rutanians who were destined to become politicians and leaders. (SP)

Royal Sovereign of Naboo Medal
this medal, stored in the Theed Palace treasure rooms, was worn by the ruler of the Naboo, and indicated their position as the sovereign ruler of the planet. (VD1)

Royal Spymaster
this was the title given to the leader of the Velmor military's espionage and intelligence agencies. (WOTC)

Royal Way
this was the name given to the interstellar approach vector to the planet Naboo, used by the elected rulers of the planet for several generations. Although much of the Royal Way was considered a public fly zone, the entire zone was regularly patrolled by starfighters of the Royal Security Force. (SWGAL)

Royal Yvarema Scout Ship
developed by the Yvarema, this ship was designed to allow the royal explorers to travel beyond their home system. It was a primitive design by modern standards, but was nonetheles reliable and sturdy for local exploration. These ships measured 20 meters in length, and were manned by a crew of two, with room for three additional passengers. They were hyperspace-capable, but only at Class 4 speeds. The only weaponry, per se, was the navigational deflector system used to keep the craft safe from space debris. Most of the systems of this craft were based on fluidic technology, which meant that they were immune to the effects of ion weapons. (KR)

this political faction supported the Queen Talia and the royalty of Onderon, during the years following the Mandalorian Wars. (KOTOR2)

this Nikto was once the prospecting partner of the man named Samuel. Their work paid off when they discovered a barren world in the Outer Rim Territories that was rich in ores and other natural resources. They set out to extract as much of the ore as they could, but Samuel doublecrossed Royce and assumed complete control of the facility for himself. In retaliation, Royce kidnapped Samuel's daughter, Leddar, and held her for ransom. Samuel managed to convince the Jedi Knight Darca Nyl to locate Royce and bring Leddar home. Once Darca Nyl got them together, he managed to uncover the truth behind the situation, realizing that Samuel only cared about credits and ensuring the Royce remained quiet. Darca allowed them all to live, forcing Royce to drop his revenge and leaving Samuel to explain his actions to his daughter. (T21)

this version of the Arakyd Emperiax walking throne had half of the cargo space of the Emperiax, but replaced it with a pilot's chair. This allowed severely disabled beings to have an assistant in moving about. (AEG)

a free trader who worked for the Alliance, he was wounded helping Almera Zan and Grashk rescue Enid Vahr. (SN)

this Toydarian owned and operated the Outland Transit Station, during the years following the Battle of Naboo. Rozatta was also a good friend of Jango Fett during this time, and delivered a message to him from Darth Tyranus. Tyranus was trying to recruit Fett's assistance in tracking down Komari Vosa, a job that Jango quickly accepted. Roz tried to talk him out of it, but her words were not enough to turn him away from the job. Resigned to watching him leave, Roz gave Jango all the information she knew about Komari Vosa and the Bando Gora. Unknown to both Rozatta and Jango Fett, the message from Tyranus was also received by Montross. Rozatta continued to help Jango during the search, providing snippets of information and running searches and tests while Jango was in the field. Unfortunately, Montross managed to stay one step ahead of Jango, and set out to destroy any chance Jango had of finding the Bando Gora. To accomplish this, Montross traveled to the Outland station after being defeated by Jango on Malastare. He killed Rozatta and set a series of thermal charges to destroy the station, hoping that Jango would return to rescue Rozatta. Jango did return, and Rozatta managed to give him a datacard with information on the Bando Gora. As she died, Rozatta begged Jango to find something besides money to live for, a request that led Jango to request an unaltered clone for his son, Boba. (GMR10, BH)

this surname was common among human settlements found throughout in the galaxy. (GCG)

Rozess, Jude
this Jedi Knight was a contemporary of Theen Fida and Obi-Wan Kenobi. A strong woman with dirty blonde hair, Jude was killed when the Yinchorri invaded the Jedi Temple on Coruscant. She and Tieren Nie-Tan were the primary guards on duty at the time, and were caught by the sheer numbers of Yinchorri warriors. (AOW)

Rozhdenst, Gennad
this man served the Alliance as the Commander of Scavenger Squadron during the last years of the New Order. Shortly before the Battle of Endor, Rozhdenst and his squadron were dispatched by Mon Mothma to guard Kuat Drive Yards from Imperial assault. Distinguished by the huge scar that ran diagonally across his face - a reminder of another struggle with the Empire - Rozhdenst was at odds with Kuat of Kuat over his squadron's presence, and drawn into the plans of Kodir of Kuhlvult from the moment he arrived at Kuat. She twisted the facts in order to gain his confidence, then forced him to admit that Kuat of Kuat was never going to recognize the Alliance. Fooled by it all, Rozhdenst and Wonn Uzalg agreed to ensure Kuat had an accident, thereby installing Kodir herself as the leader of KDY. However, there plans were crushed when Kuat began destroying the shipyards, rather than letting them fall into the hands of anyone else. Rozhdenst ordered the Scavengers to board as many of the capital ships under construction as they could to rescue them from the destruction. Many were saved, but many more were lost. (HM)

RP Trooper
this was the designation of the Old Republic's arpitrooper, during the height of the Clone Wars. These troopers were ground-based militia which entered a battlezone by dropping from the air, using disposable repulsor packs to quickly reach the ground. (SS2)

this was the model number of Damorind Securities' restraint capsule. (GG10)

RPI Carrier
this personal0use rocket pack was manufactured by Fersherid during the height of the New Order. (GFT)

this was the model number of Merr-Sonn's standard rocket launching system. While not as accurate as the RDP series of launchers Locris Syndicates produced, the RPS-8 was much more directly lethal. (ROE)

Torplex shipboard avionics package. (SCRE)

Torplex shipboard advanced avionics control package. (SCRE)

Rrabel Drage
this Duros loyalist opposed the influx of refugees to the orbital cities of Duro, during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. He worked to sabotage the New Republic's plans to provide shelter for the refugees, until a team of freelance mercenaries captured him. (GMR2)

this was the Wookiee term used to describe a male's honor and strength of character. In the Shyriiwook language, the word rrakktorr literally meant "the defiant, adventurous heart of a Wookiee." (TT, AFA)

Rrann Hhoss
this Togorian championship centered around the use of the sc'rath in both hunting and combat. (AIR)

this slow-moving creature inhabits the Shadow Forest on Kashyyyk. It eats the leaves of the wroshyr tree and other vines, keeping the Rryatt Trail clear. (TT)

this young Togorian taught Han Solo how to ride a mosgoth, when Han returned Muuurgh and Mrrov to Togoria. (TPS)

this was the nickname of UroRRuR'R'R's personal bantha, raised for his use by RR'uruurr. (CCG9)

this was one of the twenty orbital cities built above the planet Duro, after the Duros fled its contaminated surface. During the Battle of Duro, Rrudobar was destroyed by the Yuuzhan Vong. (BP)

this planet was decimated by the Reslian Purge. (GG12)

this Tusken Raider was part of UroRRuR'R'R's tribe, and was responsible for the tending and development of their banthas. An expert with the gadderffi, RR'uruurr was the Raider who attacked Luke Skywalker in the Jundland Wastes. (CCG9)

Rrush'hok ichnar vinim'hok
this Yuuzhan Vong blessing translated into Basic as "Die well, brave warrior." (FH3)

this Wookiee was a firefighter in his home village in the city of Rwookrrorro, on the planet Kashyyyk, during the years following the Clone Wars. Shortly after a swarm of flame beetles set fire to an office that was being used by Turren Lonarr to drop off a pool of protocol droids, Rrurrfhurra was found shot to dead in a cargo container. His death was later linked to Lonarr's own alliance with the Trandoshan government, as he was agreed to help smuggle Trandoshan hunters to Kashyyyk. The flame beetle fire was a cover for getting the Trandoshans into Rwookrroroo. Rrurrfhurra's own investgation into the cause of the fire got too close to the truth, and he was killed by one of Lonarr's Trandoshans. (GMR4)

Rryatt Trail
this forested path through the trees outside Rwookrrorro, on the planet Kashyyyk, led to the city of Kachirho and passed the Well of the Dead. It meandered downward from the limbs of a wroshyr tree, descending some eighteen kilometers through the Shadow Forest before reaching the Well. Beyond the Well, the Rryatt Trail led to the city Kkkellerr. (TT, SWGAL)

this subdirectory of the Republic Xenosociological Database containedi information on the technology of the Gungan people. (SON)

this was the designation of a low-level agent of the Old Republic, during the era of the Clone Wars. (SHPT)

this was a series of podracer developed by the Vulptereen manufacturing centers. The cockpit measured 3.66 meters in length, and the 7.92-meter-long engines were capable of speeds close to 760 kilometers per hour. It is sometimes referred to as the Vulptereen 327 in certain racing manuals. (IG1, SWDB)

Rseik Sector
this area of the galaxy, located near the Minos Cluster, was the home of the Rseikharhl species. (FTD)

this alien species was native to the Rseik Sector of the galaxy. (FTD)

R-series Droid
this highly-successful series of astromech droids from Industrial Automaton has seen widespread use throughout the galaxy. Originally limited to five models (numbered R1 through R5), each succeeding model was toted as superior to its predecessor. However, only the R2 models continue to be popular, due to their high level of reliability. (SWJ7)

R-series Repulsorgrip
this piece of equipment controls the strength and magnitude of a repulsor-driven craft, such as a pod racer. The grip maintains the vehicle's "grip" on the ground below it. The R-series has several versions, each capable of a specific amount repulsor force. They are numbered in strength from R-20 (light duty gripping strength) to R-600 (highest amount of grip). (RAC)

R-Series Security Droid
this series of bipedal security droids was first produced during the last decades of the Old Republic. (GORW)

R'shinnos Sh'neel
this M'shinni represented his homeworld of Genassa in the Galactic Senate, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. During the rise fo the separatist movement, Senator Sh'neel did not openly question Chancellor Palpatine's actions, but voiced the concern that the Chancellor "was up to something." (HNN4)

this was a common Psadan name. (UANT)

this was the abbreviation of Republic Star Ship, used to denoted any of the ships that formed the navy of the Old Republic during the height of the Clone Wars. (E3N)

RST-series Droid
this model of translator droid was produced by Plintep Cybernetics, and was given a distinctly female shape and personality. This was mainly because the males of Mephout society were quite tempermental, and Plintep didn't want to have that impression ladeled upon the RST-series. Unfortunately, the RST series was susceptible to electromagnetic pulses, and their rationality and life-preservation circuits were often fried when a droid simply passed too close to an energy source. (SWJ11)

this stormtrooper was part of the guard that protected Imperial Moffs Vanko and Torpin while they were on board the Kuari Princess. (RM)

this silver protocol droid was abandoned in the city of Grig, on the planet Narg. In order to survive, it allied itself with the farmer and conman, Biull Sangtwo. Sangtwo discovered that the droid had a SureDeal-R bargaining and negotiating module in its brain, and decided to put the droid to use. Together, they roamed the streets of Narg Starport, looking for unsuspecting off-worlders. When a suitable "victim" was found, RT-56/X would plead with them to remove it from its "cruel master's service" as a farm drudge. If the off-worlders were sympathetic, Sangtwo would bargain with them to sell the droid. Once the purchase was made, RT-56/X would wait until its new master entered a dense-populated area of the city, where it would disappear and return to Sangtwo's farm. (TA)

manufactured by Willienk Data Systems, this device was a remote text data scanner that allowed a user to read hardcopy documents with a camera. The RTDS-1000 converted the scanned information into a transmission, which could be sent to a remote computer for viewing online. This device allowed a being to scan the archives of a remote library on a distant planet, without incurring travel costs. (GFT)

this was a model of mantrap produced by Ubrikkian Industries. Although mantraps were marketed as safe and effective methods for detaining a being, the R-TechApp was known for its high-powered containment field. This field literally crushed a being flat against the trap itself, and the being's lungs were often unable to fully expand under the pressure. In some cases, the field generated by the R-TechApp literally squeezed the bodily fluids from a being's internal cavities, causing internal bleeding and other devastating injuries. (GG10, GMR1)

this planet is a hunter's paradise. (GG12)

this was a form of security filter used to encode and protect computer and holographic data. (SWJ1)

Ruac Outpost
this was an Imperial military base, established early in the New Order. (AIR)

this world, the primary planet in the Ruan System, was the site of the headquarters of Salliche Agricultural Corporation. During the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, Ruan was one of many planets which agreed to take in refugees fleeing the battlegrounds. Han Solo later learned from the droid Baffle that Salliche Ag had been taking on refugees, not to claim their produce was "handpicked," but in order to comply with the Yuuzhan Vong's anti-droid sentiments. (SWJ2, HT, JE)

Ruan System
this planetary system encompasses eighteen agricultural planets run by the Salliche Ag Corporation. (SWJ2)

this Jedi Master was beheaded on this planet, during the height of the Clone Wars. It was believed that he was killed by the Dark Jedi Asajj Ventress. (O)

this was one of the many crystals used by the ancient Jedi Knights in the construction of a lightsaber. It was believed to have given the wielder the ability to heal faster, especially when a wound involved the loss of flesh. It was believed that rubat crystals were only mined on the planet Phemis. (KOTOR)

a valuable ore, rubindum was important in the production of hyperdrive engines. (EGC, GG3)

this gas giant was the seventh and outermost planet in the Rhinnal System. It was orbited by twenty-one moons. (CCW)

Ruby Bliel
this non-alcoholic drink is a favorite of young children. (TPM)

Ruby Gulch
this rocky section of the planet Nam Chorios was located near Hweg Shul. It was a hiding place for the Theran natives who shot down large ships entering the planet's atmosphere. (POT)

Ruby Nebula
this area of dense gas, noted for the way it glowed with a deep, reddish light, was located near the boundaries of the Karthakk System. (JSF)

Rubyflame Lake
this vast body of water, situated directly above an active lava floe near the city of Muracie, was one of the most popular tourist attractions on the planet Centares, until the Empire took control of the planet. Because the lava beneath the water glowed with a deep red light, the waters of Rubyflame Lake appeared to be glowing as well, earning it its name. Unfortunately, when the Empire stepped in, the lava was tapped as a source of intense geothermal power. Within ten years, Rubyflame Lake as reduced to an industrial wasteland. It waters were laden with toxic chemicals, and the lava was diverted to other factories. (MC29, WOA32)

Ruck's Rut
a multi-level rift network found in Tyma Canyon, on Redcap. (SWJ5)

meaning "curious", this was one of the most common names among Rodian females. These names generally described characteristics of historical individuals, and different Rodian clans used up to three names to describe an individual. (GCG)

Ruda, Palee
this woman was a frequent patron of the Coruscant underworld during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. She was distinguished by the heavy, metal-link veil that covered almost her entire skull and neck, leaving just the eyes and forehead exposed. (SWI75)

Rudd, Jerris
this human was under the employ of Bib Fortuna, during the Twi'lek's tenure as Jabba the Hutt's majordomo. It was Rudd who transported Oola and Sienn to Tatooine. Rudd lost his life trying to kill Luke Skywalker, who had intervened and was trying to save Twi'lek females. Rudd tried to shoot Luke with his blaster, but Luke parried all of his shots with his lightsaber until one of the blasts ricocheted back and hit Rudd. Fortuna left him for dead. (TJP)

Rude Awakening
Lilmit's starship. (ROM)

this crystalline mineral is a prime component in the manufacture of sensor devices. Rudic was once found in abundance on the planet Hirsi, and the native Qwohog allowed the Alliance to establish a base there to mine it. When the Empire caught wind of the availability of rudic on Hirsi, it invaded the planet, killed the Alliance team, and stripped Hirsi of a large percentage of rudic. They then left the planet in a ruined state when the rudic ran out. Since then, the only rudic found on Hirsi is small, water-borne pieces given to the Alliance and, later, the New Republic. (GG12)

this planet, located in the Tion Hegemony, was the site of the Hegemony's only true institution for higher learning. Much of the planet's usable landmass was given over to the buildings and research facilities of the The University of Rudrig. The university was in the process of expanding to other planets during the early years of the New Order, despite the efforts of many worlds to block such educational expansion. Rudrig was the primary planet in the Rudrig System. The land that wasn't covered with buildings was dominated by lacy flowers, large trees, and purple grasses. (HSL, XW)

Rudrig University Anthem
this was the alma mater of the students who attended the University of Rudrig. (HSL)

this was the name of Grubber Vapps' customized RDD-7 swoop. Among the modifications Vapps made to the swoop was the addition of a repeating slugthrower that was mounted to the front of the swoop, which allowed him to use the vehicle to hunt down criminals in the area surrounding Bartyn's Landing, on the planet Lamaredd. (GMR7)

this planet, which is covered by frozen methane plains, is the sixth world in the Gacerian System. It has no moons. (PG2)

Rue, Aehrrley
this freelance pilot worked out of Mos Espa, on the planet Tatooine, during the last decades of the Old Republic, and attended the Boonta Eve Classic podrace which was won by Anakin Skywalker. (YJC6)

Rue, Elyhek
this Alliance starfighter pilot served as Red Seven during the Battle of Yavin. A veteran of the Galactic Civil War, Rue was part of Griffon Squadron, part of the Alliance's forces on Ralltiir that attacked the Devastator. (CCG9)

this Gand title is translated into Basic as "observer" or "examiner." The ruetsavii are appointed to chronicle and criticize the life of special Gand who had demonstrated unusually worthy talents or actions. If the ruetsavii deems it, these Gand are given the privilege of referring to themselves in the first-person. The three that were sent to chronicle the life of Ooryl Qrygg flew in heavily modified TIE Bombers, which had wings like TIE Interceptors. The bomb delivery system was replaced with a concussion missile launcher, and the ships had hyperdrives and shields. (BW)

this Kitonak name was common across Kirdo III. (UANT)

this Wookiee was the owner of the Jaunty Cavalier, and operated a shipping business which made a regular run to Bakura during the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Rufarr and his crew were implicated as radical members of the Freedom movement, when Molierre Cundertol employed them to "kidnap" him and bring him to Lwhekk to be enteched. In order to ensure the secrecy of his actions, Cundertol deliberatly sabotaged the Jaunty Cavalier, casuing it to explode upon exiting hyperspace near Bakura. Rufarr and his entire crew were killed in the explosion, while Molierre managed to escape in an emergency pod. (FH2)

Rugeyan, Mar
this well-dressed man served as the Head of Public Affairs for the Galactic Senate, during the height of the Clone Wars. Rugeyan's job was to make sure that the Senators of the Old Republic were portrayed in the proper light, so as to ensure that the galactic populace saw their Senators working to affect improvements in the way of life. During the height of the Clone Wars, Rugeyan was dispatched to cover the kidnapping of Meena Tills, and had to deal with the death of Jedi Master Kaim on live holocam coverage. It was later learned that Senator Tills wasn't the primary target, just a convenient diversion for the possible killing of N'zaet Nir. (SWI81)

this was a common name among the Talz race. (UANT)

a succulent rodent found on the Forest Moon of Endor, the rugger was the favored food source of the yuzzum. The rugger was a small, jumping creature covered with wispy, greenish or yellowish fur, depending on whether it lived in the forest or the savanna. Their long, clawed toes were designed for grasping and running, making the ruggers fast and agile. (ISU, WSW)

an Imperial freighter under the protection of the Warspite near Dellalt. (XW)

this alien species has 15 flexible limbs and multiple eyes. Their natural dexterity lent naturally to musical ability, and they are best known for the Rughja style of music. Their natural form of communication is inaudible to most humanoid races. (RD)

this musical style was created by the Rughja race, and combines orchestral composition and big-band swing. In traditional rughja music, a Rughja will play ten instruments at once. (RD)

an Imperial transport group operative during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

this Gungan warrior served under Captain Tarpals at the Battle of Naboo. (SWRPG)

this name, which meant "proud", was common among Gungan males. (GCG)

Rugor Nass
this Ankuran Gungan was the leader of his people during the Old Republic's struggle with the Trade Federation. There are a number of rumors surrounding his childhood, but all center around the fact that Nass showed signs of being a great leader even as a young Gungan. He held many different jobs before becoming the Boss of Otoh Gunga, including soldier, engineer, miner, and executive. Boss Nass was well-known among the Gungans as the individual who united the Ankuran and Otollan races. This union resulted in the dissemination of technology and sparked trade between the two races, and led to the construction of the vast, underwater city of Otoh Gunga, created from bubbles made of bubble wort and other well-kept secrets. He was a large Ankuran, whose immense body weight had compacted his skeleton into a much shorter version of the normal Gungan physique. Boss Nass was prone to nervous tics, and often grumbled his dissatisfaction by violently shaking his jowls. During the Battle of Naboo, Boss Nass tried to remain apart from the battle, leaving the snobbish Naboo to worry about the Trade Federation armies. However, when Queen Amidala came to him in the Gungan sacred place and kneeled before him in a show of peace and humility, he changed his mind. In Amidala, he found a Naboo leader who was willing to shed the prejudices of the past and work toward a brighter future for both races. He supplied the vast Gungan Grand Army to assist in Amidala's plans to oust the Federation. The Gungans rallied around him, and despite a large loss of life, they were successful in holding off the Federation's droids long enough for Anakin Skywalker to destroy the Droid Control Ship, and for Amidala to capture Nute Gunray and Rune Haako, breaking the Federation's hold on Naboo. Over the following decades, Boss Nass decided that the leadership of Chancellor - and later, Emperor - Palpatine was unworthy of his support. Nass decided to support the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War, working to disrupt any Imperial that was established on Naboo. (SW1, TPM, IG1, OWS, GB, SWI65, NEGC)

this was one of the many grasses that covered the plains of Zonama Sekot. (DN1)

see Rukh (UANT)

this was one of the most powerful Dug clans which were native to the planet Malastare, during the last decades of the Old Republic. The Ruhx clan was also maintained one of the planet's crime rings, which was badly damaged when Jango Fett captured Bog'Ruhx for the bounty on his head. (BH)

Ruillia's Insulated Rooms
a cheap hotel located in Mos Eisley. (TME)

Ruins of Paran
this was the name given to the remains of the city of Paran, on the planet Derilyn, after the city was bombarded during the Imperial subjugation of the planet. Because of its remote location and its obvious lack of resources, the resistance movements which opposed the Empire used the Ruins as a base of operations. The Ruins were also the base of operations for the resistance movement known as the Friends of Paran, although their base was well-hidden. (PG3)

this planet was the site of a Mon Calamari colony, during the early years of the New Order. When the Empire began making plans to eliminate the shipyards of Calamari, they chose Ruisto as a suitable training location. Using a fleet of Star Destroyers, the Empire bombarded Ruisto's surface, obliterating the entire Mon Calamari colony. (RESB)

Rujj, Anj
this man was a member of the Thugs of Thule, during the years leading up to the Clone Wars. (IWE2)

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