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[i]"We've bolstered Neil Armstrong's side of the story," [Laura Dilley, an assistant professor in Michigan State University's department of communicative sciences and disorders] said. "We feel we've partially vindicated him. But we will most likely never know for sure exactly what he said based on the acoustic information."[/i]
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