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  9. Actually, from what I did up to here, I see that Scorpion and I differ over what exactly to quote. I think it would be easier to do a full quote for all the entires. Carcharoth , 23 October (UTC) I'm done matching the quotes to the Nobel website. -- Scorpion , 24 October (UTC).

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