2005 Birthday Honours

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The Birthday Honours 2005 for the Commonwealth realms were announced on 11 June 2005 to celebrate the Queen's Birthday of 2005. The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour, and arranged first by the country whose ministers advised the Queen on the appointments, then by honour, with classes (Knight, Knight Grand Cross, etc.) and then divisions (Military, Civil, etc.) as appropriate.

United Kingdom[edit]

Knights Bachelor[edit]

Diplomatic and Overseas List

Order of the Bath[edit]

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath (GCB)[edit]

Military Division
Royal Air Force

Dame Commander of the Order of the Bath (DCB)[edit]

Civil Division

Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB)[edit]

Military Division
Royal Navy
Civil Division

Companions of the Order of the Bath (CB)[edit]

Military Division
Royal Navy
  • Rear Admiral Richard Frank Cheadle.
  • Rear Admiral Roger Graham Lockwood.
Army
  • Major General James Henderson Terry Short, OBE.
Royal Air Force
Civil Division
  • Dr. Ernest McAlpine Armstrong
  • Penelope Ann Boys
  • Peter George Collis
  • Professor James Daniel Gallagher
  • Stephen Hawker
  • Sheelagh Elizabeth Keyse
  • Neil Alden John Kingham
  • Charles Mackinnon
  • Stanley Leonard Porter
  • Michael John Richardson
  • John Marsland Sellers
  • Janice Shiner
  • Robert Michael Whalley
  • Paul Wiles
  • Stephen John Wooler

Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knights Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Division

Companions of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Professor Herbert Michael Gilles
Diplomatic Division
Military Division
Army
  • Major General Peter Gage William, OBE.

Royal Victorian Order[edit]

Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (DCVO)[edit]

Knights Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO)[edit]

Commanders of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO)[edit]

  • Patricia Gay Warren Catto
  • Ian William Venart Taylor

Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)[edit]

  • Kenneth Atmore, MVO.
  • Audrey Jessie Dellow, MVO.
  • Sandra Gee
  • Major David Rankin-Hunt, MVO, MBE, TD.
  • Roger Hedley Whalley

Members of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)[edit]

  • Inspector Mark Raymond Bentley
  • Chief Superintendent Ian Richard Boyes
  • Pauline Marie Dodge, RVM,
  • Alan Richard Donnithorne
  • Michael Alan Ebbage
  • Iola May Fass
  • Stephen Thomas Harrison, MBE.
  • David I'Anson
  • Richard David Thompson
  • Hilary Jane Whiting
  • Peter Francis Wilkinson

Royal Victorian Medal[edit]

Royal Victorian Medal (Gold)[edit]

  • Andrew Littlejohn Kemp, RVM.

Bar to the Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)[edit]

  • Elizabeth Ann Pickard, RVM.

Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)[edit]

  • Dennis Andrew Brown
  • Yeoman Warder Derrick Coyle
  • Graham Roy Cummins
  • David Fisher
  • Alan William Goodship
  • Keith Johnson
  • Colin Johnstone
  • Ian Francis Juffs
  • Paul Adrian Moores
  • Christopher Stephen Leonard Page
  • Barry Kenneth Stone
  • Leslie Walter Strudwick
  • Divisional Sergeant Major David Melville Thompson, MBE.
  • John William Underhill
  • David Weigh
  • Peter Barry Whorton

Order of the Companions of Honour[edit]

Order of the British Empire[edit]

Dames Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)[edit]

Civil Division

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)[edit]

Military division
Royal Navy

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)[edit]

Civil division
  • Thomas Nisbet Aitchison, for services to local government.
  • Hugh Gray Aitken, for services to the Scottish electronics industry and to charity.
  • William John Alexander, for services the water industry.
  • Jeremy David Bruce Anderson, for services to the Department for Work and Pensions and industry.
  • John Astbury, Director of Operations, Maritime and Coastguard Agency.
  • Anthony Attwood, Inland Revenue.
  • Michael John Bailey, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
  • Dr. Christina Ann Baxtor, for services to the Church of England.
  • Marian Patricia Bell, for services to macroeconomis policy and economics.
  • Tim Bevan, for services to the British film industry.
  • Professor Adrian Peter Bird, for services to science.
  • Gordon Leslie Black, for services to business and to charity in West Yorkshire.
  • William Andrew Murray Boyd, for services to literature.
  • Professor Jonathan Bradshaw, for services to child poverty.
  • Alison Jane Brimelow, for services to intellectual property law.
  • Arnold Julian Butler, Office of Government Commerce.
  • William Geoffrey Byatt, Ministry of Defence.
  • Sokari Douglas Camp, for services to art.
  • Patricia Mavis Campbell, for services to education.
  • Dr. David John Collins, for services to further education.
  • Leonard Warren Cook, Registrar General of England and Wales.
  • Basil Lewis D'Oliveira, OBE, for services to sport.
  • Christine Davies, for services to education.
  • Alistair Cox Dempster, for services to sport in Scotland.
  • Michael George Tufnell Dickson, for services to engineering.
  • Timothy David Dobbin, for services to agri-food and packaging industry.
  • Rita Margaret Donaghy, for services to employment relations.
  • Robert Harold Douglas, for services to post-16 education and training.
  • Philip Wyn Evans, for services to tourism in Wales.
  • Thomas Russell Evans, Inland Revenue.
  • Judith Mary Eve, OBE, for public service.
  • Michael Farrar, for services to the National Health Service.
  • Eric Fellner, for services to the British film industry.
  • Ian Stewart Ferguson, for services to education and training.
  • Jackie Fisher, for services to further education in the North East.
  • Andrew Kevin Foster, Department of Health.
  • Professor David Fowler, for services to atmospheric pollution.
  • Mary Elizabeth Francis, LVO, for services to the financial services and pensions industry.
  • Philip Bernard Freedman, for services to property law.
  • Malcolm James Gammie, QC, for services to tax policy.
  • Dr. Martyn Goff, OBE, for services to literature.
  • Colin Henry Green, for services to the defence industry.
  • Dr. George Greener, for services to waterways.
  • Dr. Anna Gregor, for services to medicine.
  • Professor Peter Grindrod, for services to mathematical research and development.
  • Elizabeth Joyce Hay, MBE, for services to broadcasting.
  • John Stuart Higgins, for services to the IT industry.
  • Richard Hooper, for services to communucations industry.
  • Robert Charles Hutchinson, for services to children and families.
  • Professor Alan Anthony Jackson, for services to public health and nutrition.
  • Robert Archie Jennings, for services to the finance sector and to the transport industry.
  • David Lewis Jones, for services to local government.
  • Professor Roger James Peter Kain, for services to scholarship.
  • John Kelly, for public service.
  • Paul Robert Kernaghan, QPM, for services to the police.
  • Afzal Khushi, for services to business in Scotland.
  • Vikram Lall, for services to business in Scotland.
  • Anthony Laurance, Department of Health.
  • Edward Douglas Leicester, for services to heritage.
  • Hugh MacKinnon, Rural Payments Agency.
  • Professor Ian Calman Muir MacLennan, for services to medical science.
  • William John MacNaught, for services to public libraries and to cultural life.
  • Professor Martin Neil Marshall, for services to healthcare.
  • Dr. Brian May, for services to the music industry.
  • Christine Alexandra Mayer, Department of Constitutional Affairs.
  • John William Mayhead, for services to transport.
  • Veronica McDonald, for services to equal opportunities.
  • David Croft McDonnell, for services to museums and galleries.
  • Hilary McEwan, for services to special needs education.
  • Arthur McFerran, for services to the IT industry in Northern Ireland.
  • Stephen McQuirk, QFSM, for services to the fire and rescue service.
  • Professor Clifford Martin McKee, for services to healthcare.
  • Dr. Adrian Leonard Mears, for services to the defence industry.
  • Dr. Sydney Millar, MBE, for services to sport.
  • Susan Edna Osborne, for services to healthcare.
  • Julietta Patnick, for services to the National Health Service.
  • Professor Shirley Pearce, for services to the National Health Service.
  • Professor David Godfrey Pettifor, for services to science.
  • Stephen Charles Pilkington, QPM, for services to the police.
  • Professor Kenneth Gilbert Cameron Reid, for services to law reform in Scotland.
  • Marie Elizabeth Rimmer, for services to local government.
  • Beatrice Margaret Saner, Cabinet Office.
  • Dr. Frances Spalding, for services to literature.
  • Dr, Anthony Terence Quincy Stewart, for services to Irish history.
  • Professor Eric Sunderland, OBE, for public services in Wales.
  • Professor Elizabeth Joyce Tait, for services to social science.
  • Martin John Temple, for services to engineering.
  • William Gordon Thomson, for charitable services.
  • John Anthony Charles Watherston
  • Henry Prince Webber
  • Dr. Michael Alan Webster, for services to further education.
  • Ian Roy Willison, for services to the history of the book.
  • Paul Arthur Wilson, for services to the National Probation Service.
  • Gillian Anne Wolfe, MBE, for services to art education.
  • Alan John Wood, for services to industry.
  • Christopher Norman Wright, for services to the music and entertainment industries.
Military division
Royal Navy
  • Commodore William MacArtney Covingtonm, ADC.
  • Commodore Branden Lawrence Heselton
Army
  • Colonel Andrew Philip Cowling, OBE.
  • Major General Alastair David Arton Duncan, DSO, OBE.
  • Colonel (Acting Brigadier) James Rupert Everard, OBE.
  • Major General Mark Francis Noel Mans
Royal Air Force
  • Air Commodore Simon Bryant
  • Group Captain Robert Ian McAlpine, DFC.

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.)[edit]

Military division
Royal Navy
  • Commander Andrew Laurence Coles
  • Commander Julian Norman Ferguson
  • Commander David Peter Salisbury
  • Captain Michael Douglas Tarr
  • Commander David Michael Vaughan
Army
  • Acting Colonel Iad Bramble, TD.
  • Lieutenant Colonel WIlliam James Frank Bramble
  • Lieutenant Colonel Robert David Bruce
  • Lieutenant Colonel Charles William Nepean Crewdson, MBE.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Timothy Richard Duggleby
  • Lieutenant Colonel (Acting Colonel) Louise Gwenda Felton
  • Colonel Jonathan Charles Collinge Schute
  • Lieutenant Colonel Adrian Charles Clinton Walker
  • Lieutenant Colonel Simon Howe Brooks-Ward, LVO, TD.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas Henry Charles Wills
Royal Air Force
  • Group Captain Nigel Philip Beet
  • Wing Commander Andrew Gerald Dakin
  • Wing Commander Carolyn Anne Gill
  • Wing Commander Judith Gill
  • Wing Commander Charles Bernard Hyde
  • Wing Commander Martin Andrew Nash
  • Wing Commander Coline Reeves
Civil Division
  • Captain Robin Paul Lock, Royal Fleet Auxiliary

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)[edit]

British Empire Medal (BEM)[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

D.C.N.Z.M[edit]

Chief District Court Judge David James Carruthers Paraparaumu For services to the District Court.
Ms Cassia Joy Cowley O.B.E., Wellington For services to children's literature.
Mr George Vjeceslav Fistonich Auckland For services to the wine industry.
Professor Linda Jane Holloway O.N.Z.M., Dunedin For services to medicine.
Judge Anand Satyanand Wellington For public services, lately as an Ombudsman.

C.N.Z.M[edit]

Mr Roger Anthony Bonifant Ashburton For services to business and the public sector.
Professor Emeritus Frederic Morris Brookfield Auckland For services to education and the law.
Miss Shona Elizabeth Butterfield Q.S.O. Wellington For services to education.
Mrs Te Aue Takotoroa Davis O.B.E., J.P. Manukau City For services to New Zealand's heritage.
The Right Honourable Paul Clayton East Q.C. Rotorua For services to Parliament and the law.
Mr Bryan Charles Gould England (lately of Opotiki) For services to tertiary education.
Professor John Gordon Hunt Auckland For services to architecture.
Professor Peter Bruce Innes Dunedin For services to dentistry.
Mr Te Aopehi Kara J.P. Napier For services to Maori.
Professor William Manhire Wellington For services to literature.
Miss Patricia Frances McKelvey M.B.E. Waikanae For services to education.
Mr Phillippe Patrick O'Shea L.V.O., Wellington New Zealand Herald Arms Extraordinary, For services to the institution and development of the New Zealand honours system.
The Honourable Barry John Paterson O.B.E., Q.C., Auckland For services to the judiciary.

O.N.Z.M[edit]

Dr Michael Anthony Hugh Baird Auckland For services to health and medical administration.
Mr Christopher Lance Cairns Christchurch For services to cricket.
Mr Philip Edmund Dadson North Shore City For services to the arts.
Professor Charles Hines Daugherty Wellington For services to conservation and biology.
Professor Richard Lewis Maxwell Faull Auckland For services to medical research.
Miss Beatrice Roini Faumuina Waitakere City For services to athletics.
Mr Daniel Patrick Higgins Palmerston North For services to business and the community.
Professor Frances Anne Hughes Wellington For services to the mental health profession.
Mr Michael Eric Hurst Auckland For services to film and the theatre.
Mr Edward John McCoy Dunedin For services to architecture and architectural heritage.
Mr Patric Denis O'Brien Invercargill For services to rugby as a referee.
Mr Ian Laurence Robb Westland For services to the dairy industry.
Ms Helena Jeannette Schamroth North Shore City For services to the arts.
Ms Suzanne Lee Snively Wellington For services to business.
Dr Alexander James Sutherland Christchurch For services to tertiary education and engineering.
Mr William Russell Sykes Christchurch For services to botany.
Mr Paul Henry Drury van Asch Wakatipu For services to tourism.
Mr Geoffrey Alan Walker Auckland For services to literary publishing.
Mr Vyvyan Yendoll Wellington For services to orchestral music.
Brigadier David Victor Le Page (F51893) Brigadiers' List, New Zealand Army

M.N.Z.M[edit]

Mr Anthony Russell Abell Rangiora For services to the harness racing industry.
Mr Robert Brian Armstrong J.P. Hamilton For services to the community.
Mr Clifford Raymond Barnett Auckland For services to fire safety engineering.
Mr Charles Leslie Batcheler Christchurch For services to the environment.
Mr Kenneth Colster Blackburn Kapiti Coast For services to the performing arts.
Mr Alun Robert Bollinger Westland For services to cinematography.
Mr Ian James Brodie Cromwell For services to tourism.
Ms Lynette Isabel Burns Hastings For services to smokefree education and health.
Ms Elizabeth Palmer Caffin North Shore City For services to literature.
Mr Douglas John Callander Wellington For services to special education and war veterans.
Mr Norman Edwin Coop Manukau City For services to athletics.
Mr Ashokbhai Bhagwandas Darji J.P. Waitakere City For services to the Indian community.
Ms Helen Patricia Duncan Auckland For public services.
Mrs Barbara Helen Else Dunedin For services to literature.
Ms Suzanne Hall Northland For services to business.
Mrs Wharekura Hornfeck Rotorua For services to Maori.
Mr Allan Douglas Hunter Christchurch For services to education and the community.
Mrs Ellen Woods (Eileen) Imlach J.P. Wellington. For services to the community.
Emeritus Professor Robert Dudley Jolly Palmerston North For services to veterinary science.
Kevin Gerrard Kneebone Pukekohe Sergeant. For services to the New Zealand Police.
Dr Danny Alan Knudson Dunedin For services to education.
Dr Paul Christopher (Chris) Lane Paraparaumu For services to the community.
Mr Justin Warren Marshall Christchurch For services to rugby.
Mr Graham Leonard McBride Hamilton For services to agriculture.
Mr Keith Albert McEwen Upper Hutt For services to sports broadcasting.
Ms Carol Lillian Mollard Manukau City For services to education.
Mr David John Ogilvie Motueka For services to local body and community affairs.
Anthony Hugh O'Neill Invercargill Inspector. For services to the New Zealand Police.
Ms Anna Mary Richards Auckland For services to women's rugby.
Mrs Janet Mary Riemenschneider-Kemp North Shore City For services to literature.
Mr Bruce Graham (George) Rogers Whakatane For services to touch rugby.
Mr Leicester Bryan Saul Blenheim For services to rowing.
Mr Peter Godfrey Scott Sergel Hamilton For services to landscape design and the community.
Dr David William Shaw Tauranga For services to medicine.
Mrs Caroline Sarah Ann Sills North Shore City For services to the fashion industry.
Mrs Anne Therese (Terry) Spragg North Shore City For services to the performing arts.
Mr Charles William Newman Stanton Nelson For services to motor racing.
Ms Marie Stechman Manukau City For services to gymnastics.
Dr Donald Charles Stewart Palmerston North For services to the New Zealand Defence Force as a medical officer.
Mrs Joy Ellen Thompson Christchurch For services to the visually impaired.
Mrs Agnes Anne Thorpe J.P. Otaki For services to the community.
Mr Peter Watts[disambiguation needed] Manukau City For services to choral music.
Mr Harvey Wu Wellington For services to the Chinese community.
Mr Richard Allen (Sandy) Yarndley Te Awamutu For services to the harness racing industry.
Warrant Officer Class One Murray Royce Nelson (R747331) Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment

O.N.Z.M. Additional[edit]

Major Roger George Margetts (H749669) Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment
Major Stephen Andrew Taylor (H55161) New Zealand Intelligence Corps

M.N.Z.M. Additional[edit]

Leading Marine Technician (Electrical) Matthew David Overton (C1000985) Royal New Zealand Navy
Commander David John Toms (T100826) Royal New Zealand Navy

M.N.Z.M. Honorary[edit]

Mr Susumu Akito Naito Japan For services to New Zealand - Japan relations.
Mr Toshio Nakamoto Japan For services to New Zealand - Japan relations.

Q.S.O[edit]

Ms Roma Cherry Balzer Hamilton For Community Service
Mr Hamish Roderick Ensor Canterbury For Community Service
Mr Allan James Hubbard Canterbury For Community Service
Mr William Handley Milbank Wanganui For Community Service
Lady Rora Lorna Ngata J.P. Gisborne For Community Service
Mrs Patricia Mary O'Brien Ashburton For Community Service
Mr Patrick Francis Ryan Rotorua For Community Service
Mr Bruce William Adin Papakura For Public Services
Professor Noeline Elizabeth Alcorn Hamilton For Public Services
Mrs Glenys Faye Baldick Nelson For Public Services
Mrs Jo Anne Brosnahan North Shore City For Public Services
Ms Anna Louisa De Launey Crighton J.P. Christchurch For Public Services
Mr Turoa Kiniwe Royal E.D. Wellington. For Public Services
Mr Patrick Francis Anthony Smith J.P. Chatham Islands For Public Services
Mr William Ernest Berrie Tucker Levin For Public Services

Q.S.M[edit]

Mr Brian Barratt Attfield Cambridge For Community Service
Mr Ian Lionel Baker Taranaki For Community Service
Mrs Jean Ernestine Bigwood Blenheim For Community Service
Mr Ian Albert Burrell J.P. Rotorua For Community Service
Mrs Elizabeth Maree Carroll Palmerston North For Community Service
Mrs Judith Cheung J.P. Manukau City For Community Service
Mr Palitha De Silva Wellington For Community Service
Mr Ralph Edward Dixon Rotorua For Community Service
Miss Susan Teresa Mary Fowler Dannevirke For Community Service
Mr Jeffery James Franklin Napier For Community Service
Mrs Patricia Mary Hutchison Wellington For Community Service
Apotoro Rehita Temepara Temple Isaacs Gisborne For Community Service
Mrs Diana Jackson Christchurch For Community Service
Mr Albert Joseph (Buster) Kells J.P. Palmerston North For Community Service
Mr Richard Hugh Kennaway Whangarei For Community Service
Mrs Joan Lillian Kennaway Whangarei For Community Service
Mrs Bernice Winifred Kerr Napier For Community Service
Mr Trevor Alexander King Manukau City For Community Service
Mrs Puspa Lekinwala J.P. Auckland For Community Service
Mr Ian Douglas Mackenzie Amberley For Community Service
Mr Maurice Roy Mcgregor Christchurch For Community Service
Mr Alexander Robert (Alick) Mcintyre Westport For Community Service
Mr John Hamilton Milner Turangi For Community Service
Ms Judith Mary Morgan Manukau City For Community Service
Mr Hapi October Christchurch For Community Service
Mrs Dawn Annie Pearce Kaitaia For Community Service
Mr Vijeshwar Prasad J.P. Wanganui For Community Service
Mrs Frances Reiri-Smith Masterton For Community Service
Mr Graeme Ronald Ross J.P. Lower Hutt For Community Service
Mrs Kathleen Vincent Ryan Auckland For Community Service
Miss Sheila Marjorie McLeod Sinclair Dunedin For Community Service
Mrs Shirley Anne Scott Sparks Tauranga For Community Service
Mr Alexander Stewart[disambiguation needed] Northland For Community Service
Mrs Mary Eileen Stewart Northland For Community Service
Mrs Joan Barbara Swift J.P. Auckland For Community Service
The Reverend Archdeacon Hariata Ngaruekiterangi Tahana Masterton For Community Service
Mrs Colleen Waugh Waitakere City For Community Service
Mr Kenneth Frank Weaver Christchurch For Community Service
Mrs Joan Rhoda Wilkinson Ashburton For Community Service
Mrs Vivian Hazel Wilson J.P King Country For Community Service
Mr Vernon James Anderson Blenheim For Public Services
Mrs Glenys Rae Ashby J.P. Manukau City For Public Services
Mr Percy Bookman J.P. Auckland For Public Services
Mr Gary John Bowler Hastings For Public Services
Mr Robert Neville Checketts Invercargill For Public Services
Mr Richard Beckett Denton J.P. Levin For Public Services
Mr Anthony Thomas Frost Nelson For Public Services
Mr David Brian Gillam J.P. Waitakere City For Public Services
Dr Roger Vernon Grace Rodney For Public Services
Mrs Alison Joan Gracey Levin For Public Services
Mrs Constance Eileen May Gunn Taupo For Public Services
Mr Murrie James Haliday J.P. Waitakere City For Public Services
Mr Stanley Thomas Hall Waitakere City For Public Services
Mr Boyd Gardiner Hole Thames Chief Fire Officer, Thames Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service. For Public Services
Mr Leonard Stuart Home Timaru For Public Services
Mr Elliott Anthony Jameson J.P Pukekohe For Public Services
Mr Reginald Charles George Janes Tauranga For Public Services
Mr William Jarvie Upper Hutt For Public Services
Mrs Judith Marie Kidd Waikato For Public Services
Garry Jon Larsen Manukau City Senior Constable, New Zealand Police. For Public Services
Mrs Edna Jean McAtamney Otago For Public Services
Mr Innes Roy McNeil Lower Hutt For Public Services
Mr Michael Ralph Mosby Waitakere City Deputy Chief Fire Officer, Waitemata Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service. For Public Services
Mr Donald Reed Ormsby J.P. Turangi For Public Services
Mr Arnold John Perry V.R.D. Dunedin For Public Services
Mr Nelson Palmer Ross Whangarei For Public Services
Kate Mary Saxton Queenstown Sergeant, New Zealand Police. For Public Services
Michael Robert Seque Canterbury Senior Constable, New Zealand Police. For Public Services
Steven Mark Simpkin Whangarei Detective Sergeant, New Zealand Police. For Public Services
Mrs Mary Celia Smith Whangaparaoa For Public Services
Mr Alan John Spurdle Taranaki Lately Deputy Chief Fire Officer, Inglewood Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service. For Public Services
Mr Ehau Joseph Thomas (senior) Chatham Islands Chief Fire Officer, Chatham Islands Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service. For Public Services
Mrs Amy Helen Whitten Ashhurst For Public Services

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