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Phonogram Words

Phonograms

Phonograms are exceptions to the pure phonetic words.
Here are word lists that contain phonogram words.
(4 and 5 year old child can handle double consonants, such as ck, ss, ff, and so on. Also, ing words can be introduced. You can justify introducing these words if the words are a part of your child's environment.)

-ing- words

  • king
  • ring
  • fling
  • bring
  • sing
  • wing
  • fling
  • spring
  • sling
  • bring
  • swing

-ll-

  • hall
  • wall
  • mall
  • bell
  • dell
  • fell
  • well
  • tell
  • sell
  • drill
  • ill
  • will
  • bill
  • sill
  • till
  • fill
  • hill
  • mill
  • still
  • grill
  • pill
  • doll
  • dull
  • lull
  • gull
  • smell
  • swell
  • spell
  • dwell

Challenge Words

  • skull

-ff-

  • off
  • huff
  • ruff
  • puff
  • muff
  • gruff
  • fluff
  • stuff
  • muffin
  • scruff
  • cliff
  • stiff

Extra Challenge Words

  • button
  • cotton
  • turret
  • happen
  • mutton
  • fossil
  • rotten
  • squirrel
  • ribbon
  • fizz
  • carrot
  • bottom
  • tennis
  • kennel
  • kitten
  • traffic
  • blossom
  • summer
  • address
  • buzz
  • bonnet
  • attic
  • mitten
  • rabbit
  • banana
  • bands

-silent e and long a-

  • gate
  • late
  • cake
  • rake
  • drake
  • spade
  • snake
  • ape
  • plate
  • slate
  • lake
  • cape
  • name
  • made
  • wake
  • lame
  • bake
  • lane
  • tame
  • tape
  • take
  • grate
  • flame
  • fate
  • maze
  • slave
  • cable
  • blaze
  • blame
  • pale
  • make
  • raven
  • label
  • brave
  • stake
  • wade
  • ate
  • mane
  • scrape
  • grave
  • trade
  • came
  • save
  • babe
  • fluke
  • safe
  • rave
  • scale
  • same
  • cane
  • fade
  • pave
  • stale
  • grape
  • Jane
  • James

Challenge Words

  • lemonade

-ai- (long a)

  • sail
  • mail
  • nail
  • rail
  • pail
  • tail
  • maid
  • rain
  • snail
  • train
  • paint
  • laid
  • raid
  • aim
  • brain
  • trail
  • strain
  • sprain
  • waist
  • fail
  • wail
  • saint
  • wait
  • grain
  • faint
  • taint
  • gain
  • drain
  • bail
  • bait
  • pain
  • gait
  • stain
  • again (Queen's English)
  • afraid
  • explain
  • claim
  • frail

Challenge Words

  • railing
  • contain
  • obtain
  • quaint
  • maiden
  • maintain
  • Spain

-ay-(long a)

  • jay
  • ray
  • bay
  • hay
  • may
  • day
  • say
  • lay
  • pay
  • way
  • away
  • tray
  • play
  • stay
  • spray
  • clap
  • bray
  • fray
  • pray
  • gray
  • sway
  • clay

Challenge Words

  • crayon
  • payment
  • display
  • delay
  • relay
  • array
  • essay
  • midday
  • decay
  • dismay
  • astray
  • playing
  • repay
  • Sunday

-ea-(long e)

  • pea
  • eat
  • seal
  • leaf
  • bean
  • seat
  • bead
  • beam
  • team
  • stream
  • break
  • neat
  • cream
  • lean
  • reap
  • speak
  • read
  • dream
  • steam
  • clean
  • meal
  • beast
  • yeast
  • seam
  • mean
  • veal
  • leak
  • leap
  • feat
  • peat
  • plea
  • least
  • treat
  • beat
  • east
  • feast
  • bleat
  • creak
  • heal
  • beam

Challenge Words

  • teapot
  • peacock
  • season
  • scream
  • squeak
  • squeal
  • sea
  • weak

-ee-(long e)

  • eel
  • bee
  • fee
  • tee
  • see
  • wee
  • tree
  • reel
  • sweet
  • sweep
  • street
  • feet
  • green
  • seeds
  • heel
  • reed
  • peel
  • seem
  • been
  • deep
  • peep
  • seed
  • seen
  • creep
  • steep
  • weed
  • sleep
  • preen
  • keep
  • greed
  • deed
  • feel
  • bleed
  • meet
  • tweed
  • need
  • keel
  • keen
  • heed
  • deem
  • sleet
  • weep

Challenge Words

  • see
  • toffee
  • queen
  • week
  • creed
  • coffee
  • sixteen
  • seventeen
  • nineteen
  • fifteen

-ie-(long e)

  • field
  • yield
  • fiend
  • priest
  • brief
  • grief

-ey-(long e)

  • key
  • abbey
  • alley
  • valley
  • jockey
  • hockey
  • donkey

-y-(long e)

  • teddy
  • putty
  • very
  • ugly
  • holly
  • dolly
  • entry
  • curry
  • body
  • candy
  • inky
  • merry
  • sadly
  • bunny
  • sorry
  • witty
  • rusty
  • crusty
  • ditty
  • dirty
  • bumpy
  • softly
  • penny
  • golly
  • happy
  • fifty
  • sunny
  • berry
  • petty
  • sandy
  • sixty
  • seventy
  • pity
  • jolly
  • sentry
  • pansy
  • empty

Challenge words

  • Betty
  • Bobby
  • Tommy
  • Molly
  • Polly
  • daddy
  • merrily
  • puppy

-i-(short i)

  • -i-(short i)
  • mind
  • kind
  • find
  • pint
  • mild
  • wild
  • rind
  • blind
  • grind
  • wind

Challenge words

  • unkind

-i-e (silent e, long i)

  • tie
  • lie
  • vie
  • die
  • pie
  • tied
  • lied
  • pile

Challenge words

  • flies
  • cries
  • cried
  • tried
  • magpie
  • fries
  • fried
  • dries
  • spied
  • relief

-igh-

  • nigh
  • sigh
  • high
  • fight
  • sight
  • night
  • light
  • flight
  • slight
  • fright
  • blight
  • might
  • right
  • tight
  • bright

Challenge Words

  • alight
  • plight
  • lighten
  • frighten
  • brighten
  • lighting
  • midnight
  • delight

-y (long i)


  • by
  • my
  • dry
  • cry
  • fry
  • sty
  • fly
  • try
  • spy
  • pry
  • sky
  • ply

Challenge Words

  • reply
  • typist
  • apply
  • trying
  • defy
  • cypress
  • ally
  • supply
  • deny
  • satisfy
  • multiply
  • occupy
  • qualify

-o-e (long o and silent e)

  • owe
  • hole
  • pole
  • mole
  • hope
  • dope
  • bone
  • cone
  • tone
  • robe
  • joke
  • poke
  • vote
  • dote
  • note
  • home
  • come
  • cove
  • wove
  • rove
  • code
  • mode
  • rode
  • lode
  • dome
  • Rome
  • tome
  • mope

Challenge Words

  • stone
  • stove
  • clove
  • globe
  • smoke
  • slope
  • spoke
  • stole
  • trove
  • strove
  • grove
  • elope

-oa-(long o)

  • oak
  • loan
  • Joan
  • roan
  • coat
  • boat
  • goat
  • soap
  • coal
  • foal
  • toad
  • loaf
  • road
  • load
  • moat
  • roast
  • coast
  • boast
  • soak
  • goal
  • oats
  • roan
  • goad
  • roam
  • loam
  • foam
  • coax

Challenge Words

  • stoat
  • cloak
  • groan
  • croak
  • gloat
  • soapsuds

-o-(long o)

  • old
  • fold
  • roll
  • so
  • cold
  • hold
  • stroll
  • oval
  • go
  • bold
  • sold
  • post
  • no
  • sold
  • ago
  • host
  • gold
  • scold
  • told
  • bolt
  • colt
  • folk
  • both

Challenge Words

  • Mexico
  • golden
  • swollen

-ow-(long o)

  • low
  • crow
  • bow
  • bowl
  • pillow
  • window
  • yellow
  • marrow
  • snow
  • sparrow
  • elbow
  • arrow
  • barrow
  • blow
  • mow
  • own
  • slow
  • glow
  • grow
  • flow
  • row
  • fellow
  • hollow
  • willow
  • tow
  • grown
  • mellow
  • stow
  • follow
  • flown
  • fallow
  • bellow
  • morrow
  • widow
  • narrow
  • barrow
  • sorrow

-u...e-

  • rule
  • cube
  • tune
  • mule
  • duke
  • flute
  • tube
  • rude
  • dupe
  • lute
  • dune
  • brute
  • use
  • mute
  • yule
  • rune
  • jute
  • ruse
  • fume
  • muse
  • fuse

Challenge Words

  • volume
  • dispute
  • excuse
  • Luke
  • June
  • amuse
  • confuse
  • costume
  • astute

-ew-

  • new
  • few
  • pew
  • dew
  • stew
  • crew
  • strew
  • screw
  • drew
  • grew
  • blew
  • brew
  • flew

Challenge Words

  • Andrew
  • jewel
  • mews
  • news

-ue-

  • hue
  • glue
  • blue
  • true
  • due
  • flue
  • clue
  • value
  • duel

Challenge Words

  • issue
  • subdue
  • rescue
  • continue

-ck-(you can introduce these as phonetic words with "a different spelling")

  • duck
  • sock
  • rock
  • tack
  • sack
  • lock
  • stick
  • rock
  • deck
  • sick
  • tuck
  • back
  • lick
  • neck
  • kick
  • peck
  • rack
  • pack
  • mock
  • wick
  • suck
  • Rick
  • luck
  • lack
  • muck
  • ticket
  • packet
  • wicket

Challenge Words

  • track
  • cricket
  • block
  • racket
  • clock
  • brick
  • trick
  • smack
  • prick
  • crack
  • stack
  • stuck
  • locket
  • stock
  • smock
  • speck
  • truck

-sh-

  • shot
  • ship
  • shop
  • fish
  • dish
  • shed
  • shell
  • brush
  • radish
  • ask
  • shelf
  • shrimp
  • shelf
  • wish
  • bush
  • shut
  • wish
  • splash
  • blush
  • crash
  • rush
  • smash
  • rash
  • flash
  • crush
  • shod
  • shrub
  • sash
  • hush
  • gash
  • shred
  • shin
  • sham
  • shun
  • shrill
  • rubbish
  • cash
  • slush
  • mesh
  • flush
  • vanish
  • banish
  • finish

-qu-

  • quit
  • quest
  • request
  • quell
  • quilt
  • liquid
  • equip
  • quill
  • banquet
  • conquest

-th-

  • them
  • then
  • that
  • thin
  • throb
  • think
  • thud
  • thump
  • broth
  • moth
  • smith
  • thank
  • cloth
  • thrill
  • thing
  • width
  • depth
  • froth
  • sixth
  • tenth
  • method
  • thrust
  • theft
  • fifth
  • seventh

-ea-

  • lead
  • head
  • deaf
  • read
  • deaf
  • bread
  • heaven
  • tread
  • spread
  • dread
  • sweat
  • dealt
  • meant
  • instead
  • dreadful
  • bedstead
  • peasant
  • realm
  • pleasant

-le-

  • apple
  • little
  • puzzle
  • bottle
  • candle
  • cattle
  • kettle
  • bubble
  • bundle
  • rattle
  • saddle
  • handle
  • mangle
  • nettle
  • paddle
  • sizzle
  • middle
  • puddle
  • muddle
  • cuddle
  • brittle
  • tremble
  • bramble
  • grumble
  • humble
  • crumble
  • nestle
  • riddle
  • hustle
  • nozzle
  • spindle
  • jostle
  • muzzle
  • gristle
  • pebble
  • jungle
  • simple
  • scribble
  • rumble
  • bristle
  • mumble
  • single
  • possible
  • responsible
  • rectangle

-o-

  • love
  • sponge
  • above
  • come
  • glove
  • son
  • won
  • ton
  • London
  • Monday
  • dove
  • another
  • monk
  • front
  • other
  • month
  • onion
  • monkey
  • wonder
  • mother

-er-

  • her
  • fern
  • term
  • pert
  • verb
  • herd
  • term
  • jerk
  • ever
  • butter
  • slipper
  • duster
  • hammer
  • spanner
  • ladder
  • dagger
  • hamper
  • dinner
  • robber
  • letter
  • cobbler
  • lantern
  • sister
  • clever
  • clatter
  • bitter
  • winter
  • mister
  • matter
  • otter
  • batter
  • silver
  • stern
  • gutter
  • fatter
  • offer
  • mutter
  • never
  • bladder
  • udder
  • perhaps
  • perfect
  • person
  • serpent
  • desert

-ir-

  • girl
  • dirt
  • bird
  • fir
  • sir
  • skirt
  • first
  • stir
  • firm
  • flirt
  • smirk
  • swirl
  • squirm
  • affirm
  • twirl
  • squirt
  • confirm

-ur-

  • fur
  • cur
  • burn
  • curl
  • turn
  • hurt
  • furl
  • surf
  • purr
  • burst
  • burr
  • spur
  • turf
  • occur
  • curt
  • slur
  • scurf
  • suburb
  • recur
  • disturb
  • murmur
  • burden
  • furlong
  • turnip
  • absurd

-or-

  • corn
  • born
  • cord
  • cork
  • ford
  • fork
  • fort
  • for
  • horn
  • lord
  • lorn
  • forlorn
  • mourn
  • mourning
  • port
  • pork
  • sort
  • torn
  • inform
  • factor
  • tractor
  • import
  • distort
  • import
  • important

-ch-

  • rich
  • itch
  • such
  • much
  • Dutch
  • hutch
  • chap
  • chill
  • latch
  • match
  • lunch
  • bunch
  • witch
  • switch
  • chip
  • crutch
  • vetch
  • chest
  • children
  • hatchet
  • ditch
  • chop
  • quench
  • finch
  • catch
  • fetch
  • bench
  • chapel
  • scratch
  • batch
  • chum
  • catch
  • wretch
  • drench
  • trench
  • notch
  • hitch
  • stretch
  • pitch
  • hatch
  • patch
  • chink
  • chestnut
  • satchel
  • clutch
  • splotch
  • duchess
  • French

-ch-

  • echo
  • ache
  • anchor
  • chorus
  • architect
  • monarch
  • chemical
  • choir

-ow-

  • bow
  • now
  • row
  • cow
  • sow
  • brown
  • owl
  • crown
  • towel
  • clown
  • town
  • gown
  • fowl
  • trowel
  • vowel
  • crowd
  • down
  • howl
  • drown
  • growl
  • frown
  • scowl
  • prowl
  • allow

-ou-

  • out
  • loud
  • pout
  • lout
  • bout
  • noun
  • bound
  • mount
  • aloud
  • pound
  • hound
  • mound
  • cloud
  • spout
  • trout
  • count
  • round
  • found
  • countless
  • accounts
  • sound
  • proud
  • about
  • around
  • amount
  • ground
  • snout
  • stout
  • sprout

-al-

  • salt
  • talk
  • walk
  • halt
  • malt
  • stalk
  • bald
  • walnut
  • caldron
  • almost

-all-

  • ball
  • wall
  • fall
  • pall
  • tall
  • call
  • all
  • hall
  • small
  • stall
  • squall

-oi-

  • oil
  • soil
  • boil
  • foil
  • toil
  • coil
  • join
  • broil
  • avoid
  • poison
  • spoil
  • point
  • joint
  • coin
  • moist
  • hoist
  • joist
  • ointment
  • appoint
  • disappoint

-oy-

  • joy
  • boy
  • toy
  • coy
  • alloy
  • employ
  • annoy
  • royal
  • loyal
  • ahoy
  • destroy

-soft c-

  • cell
  • civil
  • princess
  • pencil
  • acid
  • cancel
  • fence
  • pence
  • prince
  • office
  • since
  • scent
  • mince
  • quince
  • dunce
  • hence
  • absence
  • sentence
  • justice
  • accept
  • except
  • excellent
  • success
  • accident
  • innocent

-soft g-

  • gem
  • fringe
  • bridge
  • judge
  • hedge
  • sledge
  • porridge
  • dodge
  • edge
  • plunge
  • fidget
  • college
  • fudge
  • grudge
  • smudge
  • lodge
  • cringe
  • wedge
  • tinge
  • regiment
  • pledge
  • hinge
  • lunge
  • smudge
  • dredge
  • nudge
  • magic

-tion-

  • addition
  • multiplication
  • subtraction
  • action
  • fraction
  • ration
  • attention
  • mention
  • affection
  • suction
  • condition
  • expedition
  • construction
  • question
  • section
  • function
  • fiction
  • faction
  • diction
  • friction
  • distinction
  • option
  • infection
  • intention

-sion-

  • division
  • vision
  • tension
  • mansion
  • mission
  • pension
  • session
  • extension
  • passion
  • discussion
  • admission
  • compassion
  • provision
  • invasion

-oo-

  • book
  • good
  • cook
  • look
  • foot
  • nook
  • rook
  • hook
  • took
  • wood
  • stood
  • hood
  • brook
  • crook
  • wool
  • footman

-a-

  • ask
  • raft
  • mast
  • fast
  • cask
  • task
  • glass
  • staff
  • last
  • plant
  • past
  • brass
  • craft
  • class
  • mask
  • cast
  • grass
  • half
  • slant
  • pass
  • fasten
  • basket
  • vast
  • command
  • delta
  • demand
  • extra
  • umbrella
  • Africa
  • Canada

-ar-

  • ark
  • car
  • jar
  • far
  • tar
  • bar
  • mar
  • star
  • tart
  • barn
  • card
  • scarf
  • harp
  • lark
  • dart
  • cart
  • dark
  • scar
  • yard
  • park
  • mark
  • part
  • bark
  • hard
  • harm
  • start
  • harvest
  • carpet
  • hark
  • spark
  • darkness
  • garden
  • smart
  • parting
  • arctic
  • darn
  • art
  • artist
  • barbed
  • regard
  • marvel
  • garment
  • remark
  • garland
  • darling
  • custard
  • beggar
  • target
  • vicar
  • market

-silent b-

  • park
  • lamb
  • limb
  • bomb
  • numb
  • dumb
  • crumb
  • debt
  • jamb
  • debt
  • plumbing

-silent d-

  • ledge
  • judge
  • hedge
  • wedge
  • grudge
  • badge
  • trudge
  • bridge
  • midge
  • porridge

-silent g-

  • sign
  • gnu
  • gnome
  • gnaw
  • gnarl
  • gnash
  • honest
  • feign
  • reign
  • sigh
  • deign

-silent h-

  • which
  • while
  • when
  • what
  • whip
  • whiz
  • whim
  • whisk
  • whist
  • whiff
  • wheel
  • whack
  • whitsun
  • white
  • whale
  • whine
  • wheat
  • whisper
  • wheeze
  • honor or honour
  • hour
  • heir
  • whit
  • whistle

-silent k-

  • knee
  • knew
  • knob
  • knot
  • knit
  • knelt
  • knoll
  • knack
  • knock
  • knife
  • knowledge
  • kneel
  • know
  • knead
  • knave
  • knapsack
  • knotty
  • knuckle
  • knight

-silent t-

  • often
  • fasten
  • listen
  • castle
  • gristle
  • thistle
  • jostle
  • wrestle
  • rustle
  • bustle

-silent w-

  • wren
  • wrap
  • wreck
  • wrist
  • wrong
  • writ
  • wrung
  • wrath
  • wreak
  • wreath
  • wrench
  • write
  • wretch
  • wrote
  • sword
  • answer
  • wrapper

-ar-

  • war
  • wart
  • warn
  • warp
  • warn
  • wardrobe
  • toward
  • warbled
  • quart
  • awkward
  • warder
  • swarm
  • reward

-au-

  • haul
  • Paul
  • fault
  • haunted
  • fraud
  • gaunt
  • vault
  • taunt
  • daunt
  • daub
  • exhaust

-aw-

  • saw
  • paw
  • law
  • jaw
  • caw
  • awl
  • raw
  • straw
  • fawn
  • pawn
  • lawn
  • claw
  • hawk
  • draw
  • yawn
  • drawn
  • brawl
  • crawl
  • awful
  • awning
  • brawn
  • dawn
  • drawl
  • prawn

-oo-

  • zoo
  • food
  • boot
  • roof
  • moon
  • pool
  • loop
  • hoop
  • spoon
  • stool
  • loom
  • broom
  • balloon
  • tool
  • cool
  • stoop
  • noon
  • mood
  • roost
  • soon
  • fool
  • proof
  • hoof
  • boon

-ture-

  • picture
  • lecture
  • fracture
  • adventure
  • culture
  • fixture
  • disfigure
  • posture
  • scripture
  • structure
  • texture
  • signature

-are-

  • hare
  • bare
  • mare
  • ware
  • fare
  • rare
  • care
  • dare
  • compare
  • Clare
  • prepare
  • stare
  • flare
  • spare
  • blare
  • farewell
  • welfare
  • square

-air-

  • air
  • pair
  • lair
  • fair
  • hair
  • despair
  • stair
  • affair
  • unfair

Comments

Eureka!Montessori

posted at 9:15 p.m. on March 15, 2010

THANK YOU! This list is great. I have a very good book of phonograms from my training but yours has a few extras in many categories. Really fun to have. My 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders will benefit tomorrow.

Susan

posted at 10:37 p.m. on July 6, 2010

Thanks so much this is great!

venkatyuvaraj

posted at 6:44 p.m. on November 10, 2010

wonderful...............thanks a lot..........hats off for the good job..........

Afsheen

posted at 6:42 a.m. on March 11, 2011

you have done a wonderful job! It has saved my time.

RicardoVerdi

posted at 1:48 p.m. on June 10, 2011

Great stuff, thanks. There seems to be an error under -ay, it has the word clap along with the others

RicardoVerdi

posted at 2:24 p.m. on June 10, 2011

I just noticed too that for oa, roan is in it twice, also I think coal, goal, foal are a bit different on sound to the others

julia

posted at 3:52 p.m. on October 19, 2011

do guys have a word for ui

nanda

posted at 10:40 a.m. on November 29, 2011

Hi, Are you sure these could be introduced at theage 5? Thanks --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If your child understands the lessons easily at age 5 you can introduce "ck" "ss" "ff" and so on. The English language tends to be one of exceptions to the rule and it is okay to introduce this concept gradually. Puzzle words, such as," the", "there", are another example of exceptions.

vanessa

posted at 10:17 a.m. on July 4, 2012

thank so much, this is what i ve bn looking for.

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posted at 3:01 a.m. on July 27, 2012

Thank you so much for the list is going to be my key sheet to homeschool my daughter !thanks !:)

Mikolao Karnelesn

posted at 2:30 p.m. on August 24, 2012

Graphics are really nice source of instruction instead of text, its my familiarity, what would you say?

Brandon

posted at 9:33 p.m. on September 28, 2012

hello im a student at sand ridge charter school and you just made fun of riggs only 2 of those are phonograms we lean phonograms at my school

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posted at 12:02 a.m. on October 24, 2012

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posted at 3:07 a.m. on March 13, 2013

Thanks for the detailed description on phonograms. I was actually confused between phonograms and phonetics. It’s only now I was able to understand that phonograms is a small part of phonetics. Thanks for updating me and do keep on posting.

Geetha

posted at 2:30 a.m. on March 21, 2013

Hi I have a question how do you break down the word ending with ing. Example "yelling" ,"drinking" drink can be read phonetically but if there is an "ing" I'm not sure. Thanks ======================================================================================================================================================================= We introduced exceptions to the rule for "ing", "tion" and so on. Introduce "ing" correctly pronounced and tell your student that there are some puzzle sounds (words) that don't follow the regular sounds. "ing" is one of the first exceptions that are taught. Try to introduce one new exception during the lesson. When your child totally understands the concept you can introduce another exception to the rule. My Best, MM

Jyotsna

posted at 3:54 a.m. on July 16, 2013

Great! its exhaustive... thanks

Valerie

posted at 10:38 a.m. on November 14, 2013

Hello, I would like to know how you teach "an" "en" "on" "in" sounds as in "tent", "lion", "stamp", "pink" "dragon"? You didn't list them in the phonograms? Many thanks Valérie

Beatrice Asafo Adjei

posted at 2:41 a.m. on November 18, 2013

I am very grateful for your site, it has help me as I am Diploma in Montessori. Beatrcie

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posted at 8:52 a.m. on December 7, 2013

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