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Devise a way to separate sand from a mixture of charcoal, sand, sugar, and water?

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    Is the charcoal in lumps?
    Sugar dissolves in water.
    Sand and charcoal (if charcoal is in lumps) can be sieved.
    Water can be evaporated.

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