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Quandary Resolution 5169
tycoon, munificent, fomite, gingham

Hugo Rastapopulos, shipping magnate, auto genius, and sugar tycoon, who had recently unraveled an international textile brand in south eastern China (which produced apparel for men, tailored from a local weave of gingham) made himself seem munificent with prices and welcomed critical accolades for his prescience on economic success but was oblivious to the potential for his downfall with the cloth being a fantastic fomite to a rare strain of lethal skin bacteria.

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