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I watched a rerun of "Flop Goes the Joker" from Batman.

Mom is reading "Best Cell Phone Buys"in that magazine.

Dad remembers reading "The Tiger Who Would be King."

"Abuelito Who" is on page 300.

Lawrence Yep wrote "Breaker's Bridge."

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    They are all right, assuming that Dad read a magazine article or short story, not a book.

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