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Anonymous said…
bisa, asalkan ada yang menyatukan mereka :D
Anonymous said…
ehmmmm...bgs jg tu puisinya
pak,,kira2 KSC tu susah gag soalnya saya ada minat mo msk pilihan KSC.
oiya,,,sy mhsswa bpk t.informatics '08 klas A

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