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The first commercial pretzel company opened in 1861 and it was called A. Sturgis Pretzel House. B. Anderson’s Bakery Company. C. Snyder’s of Hanover. D. Herr’s Pretzels.
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User: The first commercial pretzel company opened in 1861 and it was called A. Sturgis Pretzel House. B. Anderson’s Bakery Company. C. Snyder’s of Hanover. D. Herr’s Pretzels.

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User: The Congregation Mikveh Israel is one of the oldest A. Byzantine churches. B. Lutheran churches. C. Jewish temples. D. Catholic churches.

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The Congregation Mikveh Israel is one of the oldest JEWISH TEMPLES.
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