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What was Mr. Perez' stated objection to Mrs. Perez' work? A. She was not making enough money. B. She was flirting with other men. C. She was carrying bottles of men's
urine. D. She was neglecting her household duties.
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User: What was Mr. Perez' stated objection to Mrs. Perez' work? A. She was not making enough money. B. She was flirting with other men. C. She was carrying bottles of men's urine. D. She was neglecting her household duties.

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User: What was Mr. Perez' stated objection to Mrs. Perez' work in the story Mrs. Perez? A. She was not making enough money. B. She was flirting with other men. C. She was carrying bottles of men's urine. D. She was neglecting her household duties.

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