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A popular new secretary at the law firm of Farnsworth, Newman, O’Malley, Price, and Reynolds, is taken to lunch by a different one of those five men on each of her first week on the job. Each man took her to eat at a different one of these five types of food: Chinese, French, Greek, Indian, and Mexican. From the information given, determine whom she went to lunch with on each day and the type of food that they had.
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