OPIc rolepraying 51~75

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I update questions and answers about OPIc. This is a work of fiction. The characters, incidents and locations portrayed and the names herein are fictitious and any similarity to or identification with the location, name, character or history of any person, product or entity is entirely coincidental and unintentional.

 

OPIc rolepraying 51~75

  1. The boss is not happy with one of the employees because he is always late and often goes home early.
  2. You’ve broken your cell phone and are at the store where you bought the phone and set up your service plan. Explain to the store employee what happened and try to get your phone repaired/replaced as cheaply and quickly as possible.
  3. You want to rent an apartment. Talk to the property manager and describe what you want. Ask four or five questions to find out everything you need to know.
  4. You’ve been shopping with friends at the Mall of America today, but discovered when leaving that the weather is too bad for you to drive safely back to Ames. You’ve therefore gone to a nearby hotel to reserve a room. Describe the type of room you want and your price limit, and ask 3 or 4 questions about hotel rules.
  5. You go to a store to buy a gift for a friend. You have a price limit. Describe the friend to the clerk and ask what he/she recommends. Ask to have the gift sent/delivered to your friend.
  6. You are at the Ames post office. You want to mail a package to your parents. Ask the clerk three or four questions to find out what you need to know to mail the package.
  7. You are in New York. You missed your plane to Washington, D.C. Ask the person behind the counter three or four questions to find out what you need to do to get to Washington, D.C. quickly.
  8. You are left alone in a room with a friend’s grandparents. Make polite conversation with him/her while you wait for your friend.
  9. You borrowed a friend’s car and had a slight accident. Call your friend, explain what happened, describe the damage, and offer a solution.
  10. You stayed late at work and are the only one in the office. You left to get a drink of water and locked yourself out. You don’t have identification with you. Call and explain your situation to the ISU police and ask them to open the door to your office.
  11. A window in your apartment is broken. Call your property manager, describe the problem, explain how it happened, and try to get the window repaired as quickly as possible.
  12. You bought a pair of shoes at a store in Ames. When you get home, you try them on again and realize they don’t fit you well. Also, you don’t like their style. Return to the store and try to get your money back.
  13. After finishing a meal in a restaurant, you discover they only accept cash payment. Unfortunately, you have only about in cash with you and your credit or debit card. Explain your situation to the waiter/waitress and make some arrangements to pay the bill.
  14. You had a minor car accident. No one was hurt seriously. Call the police, describe how the accident happened, describe the scene, and find out what to do.
  15. You missed an important exam and have made an appointment with the teacher/professor. Explain what happened and try to arrange for a make-up exam.
  16. In one of your classes this semester, your professor assigned all students to randomly selected groups of 4 so you could complete all major assignments as a group. It’s now the end of the semester, so you’ve invited your groupmates to your house to celebrate. Give one of your groupmates directions to your home.
  17. You tripped on a branch and injured your foot while hiking this morning. You made it back home, but now at 5:30 p.m, you are unable to walk. Call the doctor’s office, describe what happened and your current condition, and try to arrange to see someone.
  18. You ordered a book and have been tracking it online. The website says it was delivered the day before yesterday, but you didn’t find it in your mailbox or at your door. You’re now on the phone with a post office employee and need to explain what happened and ask what to do.
  19. You need to reserve a study room at the library to meet with your team members who are working together on a class project. Everyone is free to meet from 7-9 p.m. tomorrow. Call the library information desk and explain your situation. Reserve a study room for your group.
  20. You’ve been ill for the past two days and so are at the doctor. Explain to the doctor what’s wrong and ask for a treatment type that will ensure you’re healthy enough to do well on your final exams next week.
  21. I’d like to give you a situation and ask you to act it out. Your supervisor has just assigned you to participate in a new assignment and has invited you to a meeting. Ask three or four questions about your responsibilities for this new assignment.
  22. Making the punishment fit the crime
  23. Starting a New Civilization

The boss is not happy with one of the employees because he is always late and often goes home early.

I am not happy with his work. He? Is it Mike? Why? Because he is always late to commute our company and I want to know why he is always late.
Hey, Mike. I want to ask some why are you always late in the morning? Because my alarm clock is broken. Don’t you think you should buy a new one? I’m terribly sorry. I’ll try to be more careful. You should, and If I have to warn you again, I will be forced to let you go.

 

You’ve broken your cell phone and are at the store where you bought the phone and set up your service plan. Explain to the store employee what happened and try to get your phone repaired/replaced as cheaply and quickly as possible.

Hi, I bought a cell phone and have broken it recently. So, I want to repair or replace it with something new. And I do not want to spend money a lot on this. So, which is better, repair this broken phone or replace this with another cell phone, or do you provide another service? Anyway, I want to solve this problem as cheaply and quickly as possible.

 

You want to rent an apartment. Talk to the property manager and describe what you want. Ask four or five questions to find out everything you need to know.

Hi, are you a property manager, aren’t you? I want to rent an apartment and have questions about renting an apartment.

First, how much will it cost if I rent an apartment?
Second, when can I move into an apartment after signing a contract. Third, do you have some rules that I have to follow? For example, can I have a pet in the apartment?

Those are all questions that I wanted to offer. Please call back when you notice this message.

 

You’ve been shopping with friends at the Mall of America today, but discovered when leaving that the weather is too bad for you to drive safely back to Ames. You’ve therefore gone to a nearby hotel to reserve a room. Describe the type of room you want and your price limit, and ask 3 or 4 questions about hotel rules.

Hi, can I have a room for today and I have some questions about the reservation?

First, I do not want to spend much money. The budget that I use is below 100 dollars. So, can you offer a cheap one?
Second, what type of room can I reserve?
Third, are there any rules do I have to follow?
Lastly, do you provide breakfast for free?

Those are all questions that I wanted to ask.

 

You go to a store to buy a gift for a friend. You have a price limit. Describe the friend to the clerk and ask what he/she recommends. Ask to have the gift sent/delivered to your friend.

Hi, I want to buy a gift for a friend and have a plan to give the friend jacket, but due to the lack of good sense for clothes, I want to get some advice from you. He is tall than me, maybe more than 180 cm, and is slender. He prefers to wear dark and cold color clothes. Do you want to know more to identify his character? Is it enough? Then, can you give me some feedback or advice, or can you recommend me some clothes?

 

You are at the Ames post office. You want to mail a package to your parents. Ask the clerk three or four questions to find out what you need to know to mail the package.

Hi, I would like to mail a package to my parents, but I do not know how to do that. So, I want to ask some questions in terms of sending a package.

First, what kind of procedure do I have to follow to send a package?
Second, how much does it cost to send a package?
Third, how long does my package take time to arrive?

Those are all questions that I wanted to ask.

 

You are in New York. You missed your plane to Washington, D.C. Ask the person behind the counter three or four questions to find out what you need to do to get to Washington, D.C. quickly.

Hey, I missed my plane to Washington just now and would like to get another ticket to Washington. And, I want to ask some questions about purchasing a ticket.

First, can I get a ticket for the earliest flight?
Second, how much does it cost?
Third, if I could get the ticket, can I get a window seat, please.

Those are all questions that I wanted to ask.

 

You are left alone in a room with a friend’s grandparents. Make polite conversation with him/her while you wait for your friend.

Hello. My name is Chani. May I have your name? You are his grandparents, right? Nice to meet you. Mike and I became familiar when meeting at an entrance ceremony in school. He and I took the same classes and did team assignments. He looks like you, I mean the face. Have you heard a lot? I did not know his personality was similar to yours. Can I ask something? What do you think about him?

 

You borrowed a friend’s car and had a slight accident. Call your friend, explain what happened, describe the damage, and offer a solution.

Hi, it is me, Chani. I hate to say, but I had a slight car accident with your car. I am really sorry about that. A car ran backward. I mean, he drove in the wrong direction. I am being interviewed by police officers now and do not have any injures. So, do not worry about me. The car has a dent in the front of the right side of the front mirror. So, did you get insurance? I wonder that you have insurance or not. IF you had insurance. Then, you should call this. I am so sorry.

 

You stayed late at work and are the only one in the office. You left to get a drink of water and locked yourself out. You don’t have identification with you. Call and explain your situation to the ISU police and ask them to open the door to your office.

Hi, my name is Chani from ABC company. I left to get a drink and locked myself out, and I did not have an identification. So, you can open the door? I am in the company.

 

A window in your apartment is broken. Call your property manager, describe the problem, explain how it happened, and try to get the window repaired as quickly as possible.

Hi, it is me, Chani. Are you a property manager? There is a problem that the window was broken by someone or something. I found out this when I got back home. I want you to repair this broken window as quickly as possible. So, can you arrange someone?

 

You bought a pair of shoes at a store in Ames. When you get home, you try them on again and realize they don’t fit you well. Also, you don’t like their style. Return to the store and try to get your money back.

Hi, I bought a pair of shoes here, and I realized that they did not fit well. I tried them on and thought they fit with my foot size. But, when I tried to wear these shoes, they did not fit well. So, I want to return this product, and I want you to refund the money. I have a receipt. So, it is possible, isn’t it?

 

After finishing a meal in a restaurant, you discover they only accept cash payment. Unfortunately, you have only about in cash with you and your credit or debit card. Explain your situation to the waiter/waitress and make some arrangements to pay the bill.

Excuse me. I cannot use a credit card here, right? Unfortunately, I do not have cash but only a credit card. So, can I go to the bank to withdraw cash from my account? I will put my luggage here. So, Can I?

 

You had a minor car accident. No one was hurt seriously. Call the police, describe how the accident happened, describe the scene, and find out what to do.

Hi, a minor car accident happened just in front of me, and no one was hurt seriously. The place is ABC street. There was a car that drove backward, and it hit other cars. So, there are two cars and three people who were in these cars and talking something. So, can you arrange a police car to ABC street? You will see the actual spot because there are some people around there.

 

You missed an important exam and have made an appointment with the teacher/professor. Explain what happened and try to arrange for a make-up exam.

Hello, professor. I think you know that I missed an exam. There is a reason why I missed an exam. It is because my mother fell and was hospitalized. I have to process the documents to hospitalize my mother. The procedure took a day. By the way, my mother is safe, but has to be in hospital for one week. So, that is the reason why I missed the exam. If you say no, I understand. But, can you arrange for a make-up exam?

 

In one of your classes this semester, your professor assigned all students to randomly selected groups of 4 so you could complete all major assignments as a group. It’s now the end of the semester, so you’ve invited your groupmates to your house to celebrate. Give one of your groupmates directions to your home.

Hi, do you know my home? I think it is a little intricate to find out my house. So, I will guide you to my home. Can you see a convenience store around you? If you see a blue-collar store, you walk along the street until the ABK bank. After finding out the ABC back, you turn right and go straight. You will see a red building. That is my home. I think you know what floor I am living on.

 

You tripped on a branch and injured your foot while hiking this morning. You made it back home, but now at 5:30 p.m, you are unable to walk. Call the doctor’s office, describe what happened and your current condition, and try to arrange to see someone.

Hi, is this the doctor’s office? I tripped on a branch and injured my foot while hiking this morning. Then, I went back home and figured out that I was unable to walk. So, can you arrange to see someone? My address is that ABC street 12345.

 

You ordered a book and have been tracking it online. The website says it was delivered the day before yesterday, but you didn’t find it in your mailbox or at your door. You’re now on the phone with a post office employee and need to explain what happened and ask what to do.

Hi, is this the post office? I ordered a book, and the website that I bought the book said that the book had been tracking it online. The website says it was delivered the day before yesterday. But, I could not find it in my mailbox or at my door. So, I want you to confirm the tracking number whether the book arrived at the post office or did not. I will say the tracking number. So, can you confirm that?

 

You need to reserve a study room at the library to meet with your team members who are working together on a class project. Everyone is free to meet from 7-9 p.m. tomorrow. Call the library information desk and explain your situation. Reserve a study room for your group.

Hi, I want to reserve a study room at the library from 7 to 9 p.m tomorrow. We need to have room to meet with team members and to deal with a class project. So, can I reserve a room?

 

You’ve been ill for the past two days and so are at the doctor. Explain to the doctor what’s wrong and ask for a treatment type that will ensure you’re healthy enough to do well on your final exams next week.

Hi, can you tell me about my health condition? Is there anything wrong with my body? Oh, really. So, what kind of treatment will I receive? I have a final exam next week. So, are my health conditions good enough to take the exam? Can I receive the exam?

 

I’d like to give you a situation and ask you to act it out. Your supervisor has just assigned you to participate in a new assignment and has invited you to a meeting. Ask three or four questions about your responsibilities for this new assignment.

Hello, this is Chani. I had been assigned to participate in a new assignment and have been invited to a meeting. Before taking part in the meeting, I want to ask some questions about the meeting, can I?

First, when will the meeting take place?
Second, where will the meeting take place?
Third, is something that I should bring for the meeting?

Those are all questions that I wanted to ask. Please call back when you notice my message.

  

Making the punishment fit the crime

You are members of a jury in Portland, Oregon. Today, you will discuss the cases of six criminals. All six of the criminals said that they committed the crimes. You can punish a person with a warning, a fine, jail, or a combination of these, but Oregon does not have a death penalty.

The maximum punishment for the following crimes are:
Assault: five years
Breaking and entering: three years
Drunk driving: six months
Murder: life imprisonment
Rape: 7 years
Theft: 3 years
Manslaughter: 4 years

 

Charles Mercer, age 80, retired

Crime: Murder
Case Description: Mercer and his wife Sarah has been married for 52 years. Sara got cancer in 2020 and was dying. She has been in the hospital for eight months and was kept alive by a respirator. On February 3, Charles Mercer went to the hospital and shot his wife. He says, “I loved her so much I couldn’t watch her suffer anymore.”

Your punishment: imprisonment for five years or life imprisonment
Reason: If there are objective proofs such as a voice record or a letter of consent(agreement document) that his wife begged to kill herself, I will punish him with jail for five years—the reason why five years is from the social norm. The law of punishment has to be enforced to maintain the dignity of the law power. Otherwise, killing someone can be justified if there is a reason.

If there are objective proofs that his wife begged to kill herself, I will sentence him to life imprisonment because he cannot prove that, and there is a possibility that the killing can be deliberate (intentional, intended, on purpose, prearranged).

 

Ruth Tipton, age 73, divorced (no children)

Crime: drunk driving manslaughter
Case Description: Mrs. Tipton is an alcoholic. She was in the hospital for a long time because of this. In the past ten years, police arrested Mrs. Tipton was four times for drunk driving. On July 10, Mrs. Tipson was driving home from an afternoon party; she was drunk. She hit a three-year-old go on the tricycle. The girl died. Mrs. Tipson says: “I’m so sorry: I promise to pay the little girl’s parents some money every month. I will never drink again.”

Your punishment: imprisonment for 20 years
Reason: There are four reasons why I judged her for imprisonment for 20 years.

The first is that she killed the girl. Killing is killing. Appropriate judgment has to be executed for manslaughter.

The second is that she recognizes herself as an alcoholic. There is a hospital record and an arrest record. She has received caution on drunk drinking in the past ten years. However, she did not learn anything from the past years and caused this incident.

The third is that she has to receive intensive care for the alcoholic when she is in prison because she could result in the same mistake after being discharged(released) from prison.

The fourth is that she has to take responsibility for their potential psychological agony. He might suffer from the loss of their young child.
So, she needs to acknowledge what she did and be punished comparable to their agony.

Even the parents say that they allow her with money, imprisonment of at least 20 years has to be convicted(sentenced, condemned, judged, doomed) to sustain the law.

 

Geroge Reveling, age 18, high school dropout

Crime: theft (shoplifting)
Case Description: On July 28, Reveling went to a grocery store with two of his friends. While there, He put 13 bars of candy in his pocket and tried to leave without paying. The manager caught him. He says: “l am really sorry. I didn’t know I had to pay for the candy.”

Your punishment: Punishment with jail for three weeks
Reason: He did theft without paying money for 13 bars of candy but is young and has a future. So, spending three years in jail is too stern due to shoplifting. But, he committed a crime and will have to take responsibility for it. So, I condemn imprisonment for three weeks and provide re-education on the crime in the span.

 

Paul Smith, age 35, unemployed, married(two children)

Crime: breaking and entering; theft
Case Description: Mr. Smith lost his job at a word factory two years ago. His wife also is unemployed. On the night of December 22, Mr. Smith stole two bicycles from the Peugeot Bicycle Shop. No one was in the store at the time of the robbery. Police caught him and found the bicycles the next day. Mr. Smith says: “I only wanted to give my kids something for Christmas.”

Your punishment: six months
Reason: The reason why this crime has happened is that the parents were unemployed and did not have enough money to buy the bicycles. So, just imprisonment for six years can be stringent(stern, strict, severe, harsh, rigorous, cruel). However, he will have to pay responsibility for breaking and entering and theft. But, they have two children.

So, I will apply to provide service of social welfare for the family and introduce his wife to an employment office to get a job and to take care of two children. The husband has to be educated on why the crimes are not justified like he did. After finishing imprisonment and being discharged from jail, the husband will also have an opportunity to get a job, provided by an employment office.

 

Jimmy Williams, age 24, taxicab driver

Crime: assault; rape
Case Description: On the evening of January 1, Mr. Williams and his girlfriend had a big fight. Later, on the way home, he went to a bar and got drunk. He saw two university girls(ages 18 and 19) alone in the bar, and he followed them out to their car at about 1:00 a.m. there. There, he beat them both, and he raped them. Mr. Williams says: “The fight with my girlfriend and the alcohol made me crazy. I’m sorry.”

Your punishment: Imprisonment for 14 years at least.
Reason: He has to pay responsibility for both raped university girls who were traumatized by him. It depends on how they think about what he did, and if they say he has to be punished with the heaviest penalty, I would listen to the opinion and consider what he will deserve to receive a penalty. Even they do not say their opinion, he will be sentenced to imprisonment for 14 years at least.

 

Susan James, age 43, widow (four children)

Crime: murder
Case Description: In the last seven years, Mrs. James has called the police eight times. Each time, she told police her husband was hitting her. In fact, she went to the hospital with serious injuries four times last year. On March 6, police received a call from Mrs. James’ neighbor. They went to James’s house. They found Mr.s James with a gun in her hand. Mr. James was on the floor, dead. Mrs.James says: “I’m not sorry I shot my husband. I thought he wanted to kill me.”

Your punishment: innocence
Reason: Police have a record of the case that Mr. James suffered from domestic violence eight times from her husband. And Mrs. James received serious injuries four times last year from Mr. James, and there are official hospital records about the injuries. For this reason, there are two types of official documents, Mrs. James deserves to be acquitted(not guilty).

 

Starting a New Civilization

A nuclear war has just taken place. Soon most of the world will be destroyed by radiation. However, you, the delegates of the United Nations, have just learned that due to unusual wing patterns, one small, uninhabited island 700 miles off the coast of Australia will not be completely destroyed. Scientists think that the plants and the soil on the island will not be damaged.

Unfortunately, there is only time for one small airplane at an Australian airport to make it to the island. Aside from the pilot who has terminal cancer, the plane can carry only seven people. But 12 people at the airport (one of the people is a member of your group who wants to get on the airplane.) You have to decide who will live and who will die. You can only choose six people out of the eleven people below, and the seventh person has to be somebody from your group.


Consider
Remember, as you decide on a basis for selecting people, that the people you choose will have to start a new civilization.


Possible Survivor 1: A nun who refuses to marry (female, age 32)
Reasons in favor of survival: Her faith in God will help to start a new civilization by teaching sacred contents. The education will mature children’s personality, which is devoted and faithful to God in the future.

Moreover, she can be a mental healer for survivors who feel depressed or upset. Besides, she has young and has enough reproduction function. She refuses to marry, but it does not mean that she never gives birth.


Reasons against survival: A nun will be useless if other survivors are atheists. She can keep having a conviction not to give births. If she rejects to give births, even though she has reproduction ability, it will not contribute to making and keeping a new civilization.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 2: A pregnant black woman (female, age 28)
Reasons in favor of survival: She is pregnant and is still young. So, she can contribute to starting a new civilization by having babies and increasing the population.

Reasons against survival: If there are not enough foods, the baby will not survive. Furthermore, there might be no medicine to cure disease on the island. The woman can give birth, but the baby does not have an adequate immune system to survive.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 3: A Japanese teacher (female, age 23)
Reasons in favor of survival: She can teach Japanese that might be useful if there are Japanese who only can speak their language. Furthermore, she is 23 years old, which means she has reproduction ability. She has a high potential to increase the number of the population, which is inevitable for a civilization.

Reasons against survival: Only Japanese speak Japanese. So, the language can be valueless as language education.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 4: A young boy (male, age 16)
Reasons in favor of survival: He is young and has the future for his body. So, he can provide breeding because his reproduction function will be high for 20 years.

Reasons against survival: He might not be able to survive the environment physically. And it depends on what kind of people are around the child. A child learns behavior from adults by imitating their actions.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 5: A deaf farmer (male, age 35)
Reasons in favor of survival: He is an important person to survive and make a new civilization because he knows how to cultivate crops. Even he has physical disfunction, he has the skill regarding agriculture. So, deaf will not be a problem.

Reasons against survival: If he does not understand letters and communicates with hand gestures, it will be a problem because survivors might not know how to use hand gestures. So, his skill cannot be made of(leveraged).

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 6: A thief (male, age 37)
Reasons in favor of survival: We can come up with negative images when imagining a thief. But, he might be a good person who enforced to commit a crime. Besides, a thief is not such a bad man because he just stole stuff and did not kill anyone.

Reasons against survival: He is a criminal. So, there is a possibility to perpetrate(perform, execute, carry out) crime again when selecting him as a survivor. He has a criminal record. So, it might be good for survivors to erase a dangerous element to make a new civilization.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 7: A homosexual doctor (female, age 75)
Reasons in favor of survival: he is a doctor and might have the medical knowledge to cure someone. So, he can play an important role in saving survivors who are in danger.

Reasons against survival: He is too old and can die early in the future. Furthermore, he might have brain regression that is hard to keep medical knowledge. he does not have high reproduction function to increase the population. Moreover, he is a homosexual who likes a guy. Bringing about propensity(inclination, disposition) of sex can cause negative influences to create a new civilization. More importantly, if there are no medical supplies on the island, he might not utilize his knowledge.

Conclusion of committee:

 

Possible Survivor 8: A nuclear scientist (female, age 38)
Reasons in favor of survival: Since the nuclear war has begun and caused the destruction of the earth by radiation, her knowledge can be useful to avoid tragedies related to radiation. Besides, she is a nuclear scientist who has knowledge related to science and chemical that is essential to survive and to make a civilization.

Reasons against survival: If there are no supplies or materials that can be used for science, she cannot take advantage of her knowledge. Moreover, she is old and does not have a reproduction function. She might not be able to contribute to making a new culture.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 9: A reformed prostitute who sometimes backslides (female, age 33)
Reasons in favor of survival: she is relatively young to give births and might have knowledge regarding the prevention of sexual(venereal) diseases.

Reasons against survival: There is an explanation of “a reformed prostitute,” but she backslides sometimes. The situation is desperate, and it gives substantial stress to survivors. This can lead to backsliding her to be a prostitute, and it can spread venereal diseases to prevent building a culture.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 10: A politician (male, age 48)
Reasons in favor of survival: he can play an essential role in forming culture by creating a lew. Civilization has to unify into one and keep the system(order) in equilibrium. So, he can utilize the knowledge of politics to make the law.

Reasons against survival: He can make the law for him and display dictatorship. So, it depends on whether he is a good guy or not.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 11: A young girl (female, age 4)
Reasons in favor of survival: She has potential abilities and might be useful in the future. Childs learn something by following adults’ behavior. So, if survivors are good people mentally and behave wisely, the young girl can grow up well mentally.

Reasons against survival: She is too young. So, she would not live longer if she could not endure the severe (unrelenting, harsh, rigid, stern, rigorous). Further, if the survivors are not well educated and have a problem mentally, the young girl will have a tough life and can be the person by learning the behavior due to the adults.

Conclusion of committee:


Possible Survivor 12: You(Chani)
Reasons in favor of survival: I specialized in Psychology and English. So, I can be a counselor for the survivors and teach English as a teacher. I have knowledge about medicine. So, I know how to treat a person who got injured. I am a knowledge-oriented person. I have knowledge regarding psychology, politics, business, mathematics, computer science, sociology, and etc. So, I can contribute to making a new civilization by being a teacher. Besides, I am young. So, I have enough reproduction functions to increase the population.

Reasons against survival: nothing.

Conclusion of committee:

 

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