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by Anne D'Innocenzio and Mae Anderson
Associated Press Business Writers
05:31 PM, Friday, November 28
Black Friday seemed a little less crazy this year. There were squabbles here and there, and elbows got thrown, but the Friday morning crowds appeared smaller than usual and less frenzied, in part because many Americans took advantage of stores' ea...

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