Particularized Particulars

Particularly

Meanings and phrases

particularly

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adv.
  1. to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common; peculiarly; especially; specially
  2. specifically or especially distinguished from others; in particular
  3. uniquely or characteristically; - John Knowles; peculiarly

not particularly

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  • I can say it because I'm not particularly religious.
  • the material is not particularly combustible."
  • The CGNA was not particularly profitable.

particularly important

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  • This school was particularly important in Japan.
  • This is particularly important in highly endemic areas.
  • This is particularly important in commercial applications.

particularly when

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  • It works particularly when we pay our troops well.
  • This resulted in very long life, particularly when used in dirty environments.
  • Colony shape may occasionally be flat-topped discs, particularly when younger.

particularly during

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  • The monastery suffered particularly during the Eighty Years' War.
  • Almost all brass bands in Britain perform regularly, particularly during the summer months.
  • Miller was often in the public eye, particularly during the late 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s.

particularly well

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  • They did not perform particularly well in service; no.
  • It is particularly well known for its production of wine.
  • Migration of butterflies and moths is particularly well known.

particularly known

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  • He is particularly known for his ivory sculptures.
  • She is particularly known for her work on phosphorus.
  • She was particularly known for her charity activities.

particularly popular

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  • Gloucester Cathedral has been particularly popular.
  • A particularly popular dance was the fox-trot.
  • Yang rou chuan or lamb kebabs, is particularly popular.

particularly strong

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  • This referendum had a particularly strong "Yes" vote.
  • It is particularly strong in the former Eastern Bloc.
  • Recruitment was particularly strong in heavy industries.

particularly interested

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  • Krajewska was particularly interested in osteomalacia.
  • He is particularly interested in helping the people of Nepal.
  • He was particularly interested in the cause and treatment of cancer.

particularly useful

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  • He is particularly useful with his left foot.
  • Phosphonimines with the formula RP=NSiMe are particularly useful.
  • Neither of these advantages, however, proved particularly useful.

particularly among

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  • It grows in mountainous areas, particularly among damp rocks.
  • Unemployment is a serious problem, particularly among younger workers.
  • The band was popular in the United Kingdom, particularly among skinheads.

particularly successful

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  • The film was particularly successful in large cities.
  • It was particularly successful in Connecticut.
  • Datsun was particularly successful on the British market.

particularly notable

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  • It is particularly notable as the vector of Bolivian hemorrhagic fever.
  • Of those remaining, only a few can be considered to be particularly notable.
  • The company's on and off relation with German Schuco Modell is particularly notable.

particularly noted

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  • It was particularly noted for its ornate woodwork.
  • He was particularly noted for his skill as a bowler.
  • He is particularly noted for his settings of Jacint Verdaguer.

particularly associated

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  • It is particularly associated with Cornwall.
  • She was particularly associated with the heroines of Donizetti.
  • They are particularly associated with Chesterfield, in Derbyshire.

particularly common

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  • It is particularly common in French and Italian recipes.
  • Pork is particularly common as an ingredient in sausages.
  • It is particularly common in the Midwest.

particularly

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  • Reliable sources – particularly for the 15th and 16th century – are very rare.
  • Britain was an attractive target for Rome because of its material wealth – particularly mines and slaves.
  • He became internationally known – particularly in the art world – for his works on Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele.

particularly difficult

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  • This makes them particularly difficult to find and study.
  • However, this libretto proved particularly difficult to set.
  • Modifying the quarter seam can be particularly difficult to detect or prove.

particularly high

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  • The risk is particularly high following detoxification.
  • Fishing pressure is particularly high during the winter.
  • At first the series was not held in particularly high esteem.

particularly active

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  • He was particularly active from 1896 to 1914.
  • During May Turkish snipers were particularly active in Monash Valley.
  • The Benelux is particularly active in the field of intellectual property.

became particularly

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  • She became particularly skilled at composing pithy, intense solos.
  • The Western League, founded in 1893, became particularly aggressive.
  • The platform became particularly popular for gaming and programming demos.

particularly through

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  • This action is taken particularly through the application of the Proceeds of Crime Act, 1996.
  • ATP is required for the maintenance of electrolyte balance, particularly through the Na/K ATPase.
  • The issue of "dark money" has received attention particularly through the large donations from wealthy donors.

particularly good

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  • The close up view of Wolf Crags is particularly good.
  • Kim was a good student, particularly good at English.
  • The air intake survives, and is in particularly good condition.

particularly effective

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  • Shrimp is a particularly effective bait to use.
  • They are particularly effective in treating atypical depression.
  • Such policy option could be particularly effective at the zero lower bound.

particularly vulnerable

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  • Limestone cliffs are particularly vulnerable to this kind of erosion.
  • Children of low income families are a particularly vulnerable population in Peru.
  • Individuals detained by the military are particularly vulnerable to sexual harassment.

particularly because

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  • 70% ethanol is the most effective concentration, particularly because of osmotic pressure.
  • The textures and lighting were cited as high points, particularly because of the gameplay role of shadows.
  • The change to remove his image generated controversy, particularly because 2007 was the 150th anniversary of Elgar's birth.

particularly around

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  • Many earthquakes occur in this area particularly around New Britain.
  • Machinery production was concentrated in the north, particularly around Banja Luka.
  • The city has numerous shopping districts, particularly around Grafton Street and Henry Street.

particularly close

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  • Berthold retained particularly close links with Anna Stiegler.
  • He was particularly close to sister Michelle throughout his life.
  • He was particularly close to his mother, who died at 42 from cancer.

particularly large

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  • The claws of the hind legs are particularly large.
  • "Drosera" 'Giant' is a particularly large form of the "var.
  • Spain, Italy, Mexico, and Canada have particularly large Cuban communities.

particularly significant

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  • This phenomenon is particularly significant in the Sierra.
  • This is particularly significant problem among the Tzeltals and Tzotzils.
  • The site is particularly significant as it is the only remaining one in the region.

more particularly

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  • Copinger continued to write on legal subjects, more particularly on conveyancing.
  • Japanese Buddhist priests of aristocratic or imperial lineage were more particularly identified as .
  • the synods, but more particularly of pope and bishops, addressed to the faithful in the form of letters.

particularly true

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  • This is particularly true with "Chlorophylle".
  • This is particularly true of Central Milton Keynes US-a.
  • This is particularly true of horses, such that it can be fatal.

particularly concerned

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  • She was particularly concerned about Bin al Shibh's mental health.
  • Clean IT is particularly concerned with possible terrorist attacks.
  • The divines were particularly concerned with those they labeled antinomians.

particularly praised

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  • The novel was particularly praised for its language.
  • Director Marhoul was particularly praised.
  • Molly Barnewitz of Comicsverse particularly praised Rook’s characterization.

particularly hard

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  • She had a particularly hard race in the Oaks and did not compete again.
  • The Wiyot people, who lived around Humboldt Bay, were particularly hard hit.
  • Hotels were hit particularly hard but a recovery occurred the following year.

particularly well known

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  • It is particularly well known for its production of wine.
  • Migration of butterflies and moths is particularly well known.
  • It used to be particularly well known for its processions during lent.

particularly interesting

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  • In terms of its climate Tenerife is particularly interesting.
  • This makes it particularly interesting Barrax from the point of view of Remote Sensing.
  • Emmerson Hall, built in 1913, is particularly interesting for the variety of building stones used.

particularly influential

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  • "The Chronicles of Narnia" has been particularly influential.
  • The work of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown was particularly influential.
  • Works with libretti by Michel-Jean Sedaine were particularly influential.

particularly critical

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  • He was particularly critical of Mary Shelley, the Godwin family, and Leigh Hunt.
  • He stated "the flight of the intelligentsia has reached a particularly critical phase."
  • Reviews were particularly critical of the confusing narrative and the standard of acting.

particularly in relation

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  • In Hasting's plan Indians were to be governed by Indian principles, particularly in relation to the law.
  • This period also witnessed significant changes to women's property rights, particularly in relation to their marital status.
  • He was also re-elected in 1997, and helped to reform family law, particularly in relation to alimony, and the 35-hour working week.

particularly evident

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  • It is particularly evident in middle class families.
  • This is particularly evident in the tracks "Cellistica" and "Spielglocken".
  • This difference is particularly evident in the university educated segment of the population.

particularly along

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  • The low wall is worn in a few places, particularly along the northeastern rim.
  • The upper surface is green and shiny, while the undersurface is partly hairy, particularly along the midrib.
  • The Gulf of Aden has been described as "a treacherous stretch for ships, particularly along the Somali coast".

particularly between

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  • They rely on these foods particularly between January and April, when fruit is not abundant.
  • Like adult beetles, the larvae are varied in appearance, particularly between beetle families.
  • Variation in plumage also allows for the identification of birds, particularly between species.

particularly with regard

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  • The Walloons’ lifestyle was also ahead of Sweden’s, particularly with regard to hygiene.
  • It has also been criticised on IT-related issues, particularly with regard to Microsoft.
  • In this column additional information is supplied, particularly with regard to the operators and seasonal services.

particularly prominent

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  • Kala are particularly prominent in the lintels of the temple.
  • The character Donald Duck was particularly prominent in Chile.
  • This aspect was particularly prominent in the Matrix Quest sub-plot.

particularly due

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  • This is particularly due to the costs of ice time and coaching.
  • Both gained international fame, particularly due to sonic quality recordings.
  • Momo is heartbroken at first, particularly due to not knowing that it is part of Sae's schemes.

particularly regarding

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  • However, there were key differences, particularly regarding the powers of the monarch.
  • The game is set in a fantasy world with medieval Japanese themes, particularly regarding Shinto.
  • In some respects, Thabit is critical of the ideas of Plato and Aristotle, particularly regarding motion.

particularly fond

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  • He was particularly fond of newspaper advertising.
  • Hadrian was also particularly fond of the Greeks.
  • Elgar remained particularly fond of the work.

particularly suited

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  • Phosphor bronze is particularly suited to precision-grade bearings and springs.
  • The display is regular size and is not particularly suited to people with low vision.
  • Their small size made them particularly suited to shunting on the Barry Island Breakwater.

particularly suitable

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  • "C. africana" is particularly suitable as a live hedge.
  • This site was particularly suitable for several reasons.
  • Such units are particularly suitable to processing high flow rates with low head difference.

particularly severe

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  • The problem is particularly severe in China and India.
  • The outbreak in 2012 was particularly severe.
  • A particularly severe crisis in 1907 led Congress to enact the Federal Reserve Act in 1913.

particularly impressed

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  • He was particularly impressed by the works of Friedrich Engels.
  • At the class, she observed two performers who particularly impressed her with their skills.
  • "Motography" gave the film a positive review, being particularly impressed with the cinematography.

particularly within

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  • ", which has entered the popular lexicon, particularly within the house.
  • Farion is also strongly against the Moscow Patriarchate, particularly within Ukraine.
  • Their pharynges also help them to suck onto the tissues within the body, particularly within the bile ducts.

particularly fine

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  • The Torah Ark is particularly fine.
  • The dry ashlar of Inca architecture in Cusco and Machu Picchu is particularly fine and famous.
  • The branch platform has an additional awning at the Sydney end, which is considered particularly fine.

most particularly

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  • Deuterium is the most particularly valuable resource because it seconds as fuel for ships.
  • They has also cut down other trees to do this, most particularly "Aleppo Pines" "Pinus halepensis".
  • Pubs were also used as venues, most particularly in the East End, with a concentration of such venues in the district of Shoreditch.

particularly susceptible

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  • Locals were particularly susceptible to infectious diseases including HIV.
  • The amount of the food substance required to provoke a reaction in a particularly susceptible individual can be quite small.
  • The Tal-Virtù Church suffered considerable damage, it was situated at a high altitude which was particularly susceptible to earthquakes.

particularly relevant

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  • The stories are particularly relevant to East Tennessee and Western North Carolina.
  • One particularly relevant and popular arena in which groupthink is rarely studied is sports.
  • As with Noh, jo-ha-kyū is a fundamental principle, which is particularly relevant for movement.

particularly famous

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  • Rincón is particularly famous for this reason.
  • Tolstoy loved gambling and became particularly famous for this during his years in Moscow.
  • The area of the Jai Vilas palace is 1,240,771 square feet and it is particularly famous for its large Durbar Hall.

particularly noteworthy

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  • The three games Alabama lost were also particularly noteworthy.
  • The compiler was particularly noteworthy, as could be expected given Multiflow's technology.
  • Early manufacturers in the UK included: This last manufacturer is particularly noteworthy here.

particularly affected

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  • Allen was particularly affected by the murder of President Kennedy in 1963.
  • Archaeological studies of domestic sites have been particularly affected by ongoing feminist work.
  • Significantly, farmers in developing countries are particularly affected by prohibitions on seed saving.

particularly dangerous

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  • A particularly dangerous stretch was known as the Elbow.
  • The 1970s were particularly dangerous times for icon painters.

particularly rich

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  • Christmas Eve is particularly rich in traditions.
  • A particularly rich genus in the river basin is the potamid "Sinopotamon".
  • The grounds of the house were particularly rich in ferns, mosses, liverworts, and lichens.

not a particularly

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  • Ionizing radiation is not a particularly strong mutagen.
  • In this way, wind energy is not a particularly reliable source of energy.
  • the year was not a particularly successful one, finishing tenth in the independents cup, and twenty-second overall.

particularly influenced

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  • The teacher who particularly influenced him was Georg Benedikt Winer.
  • She was particularly influenced by singer Begum Akhtar and Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan.
  • His work was particularly influenced by artistic styles such as Cubism and Surrealism.

considered particularly

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  • Some rivers considered particularly sacred include the Ganges, Jhelum and Kaveri.
  • That cultural diversity is an aspect of this club that is considered particularly unique.
  • The branch platform has an additional awning at the Sydney end, which is considered particularly fine.

particularly against

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  • It was directed particularly against the tribes in the American Southeast.
  • With Boca, he scored many goals, particularly against arch-rivals River Plate.
  • He batted low in the order, and tried to score quickly, particularly against fast bowling.

particularly attractive

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  • Japan was particularly attractive because of its culture.
  • This was particularly attractive as it would lay the foundations for the establishment of an English monarchy.
  • The widespread distribution of PC systems and the violence in "Doom" made deathmatching particularly attractive.

particularly sensitive

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  • This type of construction is particularly sensitive to earthquakes.
  • Compact fluorescent lamps are particularly sensitive to switching cycles.
  • Pre-clinical studies suggest that T-cells are particularly sensitive to nelarabine.

particularly valuable

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  • Deuterium is the most particularly valuable resource because it seconds as fuel for ships.
  • Bede's treatment of the 5th century history of Great Britain is not particularly valuable as a source.
  • Her ascertainments about the first Hungarian laws and legends from the age of Árpád are particularly valuable.

known particularly

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  • 330–400), is known particularly for his commentary on the Liezi.
  • Carter is widely known particularly as the coach of tennis champion Roger Federer.
  • He is known particularly for his 1939 anthology "The Golden Peacock" of Yiddish poetry, and his 1957 biography of Israel Zangwill.

particularly prevalent

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  • It is particularly prevalent east of Boonah.
  • This usage is particularly prevalent with electronic memory devices (e.g.
  • Use of mini marker discs is particularly prevalent in formal competitive play.

particularly bad

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  • They suffered a particularly bad setback in the 1990s.
  • This is particularly bad if the standard deviation is small relative to the mean.
  • A particularly bad shot, or one that only hits the backboard, is jocularly called a brick.

particularly heavy

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  • 1, it suffered particularly heavy losses.
  • 1, suffered particularly heavy losses.
  • A plague broke out in the area 1617 and took a particularly heavy toll with the Naumkeag people.

particularly impressive

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  • Billups, was particularly impressive this particular season.
  • Leandersson is particularly impressive as the conflicted young vampire who wants nothing more than to be an ordinary girl again".
  • Gunnery on "Galveston" was particularly impressive under Leigh, winning the Naval Gunnery Trophy every year under Leigh's command.

particularly following

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  • The Royal Navy blockaded the islands from time to time, particularly following the Invasion of Normandy in June 1944.
  • The Royal Navy blockaded the islands from time to time, particularly following the liberation of mainland Normandy in 1944.
  • A growing peace movement arose in the Afghanistan during 2018, particularly following a peace march which the Afghan media dubbed the "Helmand Peace Convoy".

particularly noticeable

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  • It is particularly noticeable in the limbs, which stick out straight.
  • The loss of detail in distant objects may be particularly noticeable with extreme enlargements.
  • This process was particularly noticeable in the erection of edifices along Cieszkowskiego Street.

proved particularly

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  • However, this libretto proved particularly difficult to set.
  • Neither of these advantages, however, proved particularly useful.
  • FU III proved particularly obstructive, but relations with the Gestapo and Abwehr.

particularly enjoyed

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  • He particularly enjoyed the support of Polish Lutherans.
  • He particularly enjoyed working with wood and images of wood.
  • Christie attended many social functions and particularly enjoyed watching polo.

particularly the case

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  • This is particularly the case in eastern Canada, apart from French-speaking Quebec.
  • This is particularly the case for a smaller target requiring only a few fire units.
  • This is particularly the case in eastern Wallonia and areas along the French border.
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