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Nude Model Suspects She's Posing For Civics Class

DOVER, DE—Model Sherri Rawlings, 24, told reporters yesterday that she has a "lingering feeling" that, for the past week, she has been standing naked in front of a junior high school civics class.

"At first, I didn't think anything of the fact that nobody had sketchbooks," said Rawlings, who admitted that she had never attended a 6:45 p.m. 15th-period art class before this one. "But when the banner written in big marker saying 'Advanced Human Portrait Drawing with Mr. Kimmel' fell, revealing a large Bill of Rights poster, I knew something was up."

Despite the unsettling suspicion, Rawlings said that she would continue posing at least until she was clear on the process by which a bill becomes a law.

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