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1. Chuck walked into a room. As a joke, Matt stuck his leg out so that Chuck would trip Chuck tripped and in so doing, dropped the bottle of soda he was carrying. In the fall, he broke his elbow and cut his hand on the broken glass. Matt said it was just a joke and he did not intend to hurt Chuck.

2. Tim and Faith used to date, but of late, had not been getting along. Tim decided to go to visit Faith, but when he arrived, she asked him to leave. He refused to leave when asked.

 

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