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The client is preparing an article entitled "The Joy of Getting Wet." It's about the many sports that take place on and in the water. By "sport," the client wants actual sports, not a kid splashing around in a wading pool or the like. By "wet," the client wants sports were people really get wet, not yachting where someone might get splashed a bit. To attract the readers' attention, the image must be bold and the subject clearly visible (a photo of someone off in the distance is not acceptable).
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Wednesday, 30th November, 2011 (GMT)
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