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Six people, A, B, C, D, E, and F, compete in a series of spelling bees in which individuals are assigned words to spell in turn and those that do not spell the word correctly are eliminated. The last person not eliminated wins. F is never the first eliminated, but never wins either. C is eliminated immediately before either A or B's turn. C is always eliminated after D. Which one of the following sequences of elimination and winning (where the FIRST person eliminated is on the LEFT) is NOT possible? A, D, C, F, B; E wins B, D, C, A, F; E wins E, F, B, D, C; A wins D, C, B, F, E; A wins

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