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François and Perrault are A. gold diggers from California. B. drivers of the mail train. C. dog trainers from Alaska. D. agents of the Canadian government.
François and Perrault are agents of the Canadian government.
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User: François and Perrault are A. gold diggers from California. B. drivers of the mail train. C. dog trainers from Alaska. D. agents of the Canadian government.

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François and Perrault are agents of the Canadian government.
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