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LOL - you forgot to give us time limits for the questions. Most of these, I
can do in 10 minutes or less (and even take responsibility for my work).
Also, you didn't include any questions on design. Perhaps we should be
instructed to create a piece of non-literary art from each major movement
throughout history. Then, of course, we must create one literary work
exemplifying every major movement in literature. Extra credit if it is
grammatically correct and innovative in layout. Extra-Extra credit if we
design the template and choose the appropriate font (even if that has be be
Oh, and while we're at it, we should have to create a document with only a
hostile SME nearby whom we can only communicate with telepathically.
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