In Paris but not in France, the thinnest of its siblings.

In Paris but not in France, the thinnest of its siblings.

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In Paris but not in France, the thinnest of its siblings.
In Paris but not in France, the thinnest of its siblings.
In Paris but not in France, the thinnest of its siblings.

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