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Success Mantra

If you want to succeed in your life,
be sweet as honey,
be regular as clock,
be fresh as rose,
be soft as tissue,
be strong as rock,
and be smart as tongue.

(Note: Tongue keeps itself safe among 32 sharp teeth.)

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A man starts walking from the point P (-3, 4) ....

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