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PORTLAND, Ore. - A manager claims Wal-Mart wrongfully fired and defamed her, to duck its unemployment obligations and "make an example" of her, by accusing her of "gross misconduct" because she spoke on the phone with off-duty employees, who were her friends, during work.

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