PowerShell command to find name of list

Here is a simple PowerShell command to find name of list when you have the GUID. This can be handy when you are trying to clear up you crawl errors

Get-SPWeb http://yourweb/site/ -Limit ALL| %{$_.Lists} | ?{$_.ID -eq “GUID goes here”}| ft Title, ParentWebURL

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