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On the playground, there are two fathers and three kids. There is a slide on the playground. On the slide a boy is sliding down upside down, and his father is catching the boy. The other father is holding a girl in her left hand. The other girl is on his back and the father is holding her right hand with his right hand.

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    On the playground, there are two fathers and three kids. There is a slide at the playground on which a boy is sliding upside down, and his father is catching him. The other father is holding a girl by her left hand. The other girl is on his back, and the father is holding her right hand with his right hand.

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