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What was the second man's lie?
1. His lie was as follows. I have a talking dog.
2. His lie was: I have a talking dog.
3. His lie was that I have a talking dog.
4. I have a talking dog was his lie.
5. His lie was I have a talking dog.
6. His lie was " I have a talking dog."
7. He told the king a lie that he had a talking dog.
8. It was,"I have a talking dog."
9. He said, "I have a talking dog."
10. He lied to the king that he had a talking dog.

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    1. His lie was as follows: I have a talking dog.
    2. His lie was this: I have a talking dog.
    3. His lie was that he had a talking dog.
    4. "I have a talking dog" was his lie.
    5. His lie was this: I have a talking dog.
    6. His lie was this: "I have a talking dog."
    7. He lied to the king by saying he had a talking dog.
    8. It was,"I have a talking dog."
    9. He said, "I have a talking dog."
    10. He lied to the king, saying that he had a talking dog.

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