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19. Is the stranger as innocent as he appears in “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County?” A) No, because he tricks Smiley. B) No, because he has a racing frog hidden in his coat. C) Yes,
because he doesn’t know anything about frog races. D) Yes, because he is a stranger in town.
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