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IT’S 11 A.M. AND HALEY BENNETT is on her third cup of coffee. “I’m heating it up for the 10th time,” she says, laughing. She’s chipper but ready for a break: “I’m going to Italy tomorrow, so I’ve been up every night for the past three nights in anticipation of my first vacation in two years.”
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