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In "The Great Gatsby," what is Jordan Baker's occupation? Select the one most correct answer from the choices given. Softball pitcher Secretary Philanthropist Golfer
In "The Great Gatsby," Jordan Baker's occupation is GOLFER.
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In "The Great Gatsby," Jordan Baker's occupation is GOLFER.
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