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Provide a premise that would permit the value-expressing conclusion "Sarah ought to tell the truth" from the descriptive premise "Sarah's son is asking if he's adopted."

Sarah's son is asking if he's adopted.
Sarah's son has access to his birth certificate, and intends to see it soon.
Sarah ought to tell the truth.

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