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प्रतिभाशाली समस्याओं के समाधान आपके अपने जोखिम पर कोशिश करो यह वास्तविक जीवन के अनुभव से है
No spoon? No problem Try this way
Seatbelt broken? No problem, Try this way
Fuse burnt out? It is a problem. Do not try this way
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No ice Container. No problem. You can try using your washing machine
Car imported from the wrong country? No problem. There are means to use it
Satellite go out in the rain? No problem, Umbrella Lagaeiye
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Wiper motor burned out? No problem. Use it this way
Car can't be ordered with the "Woody" option? No problem
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