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Editorial: Japan's Olympics-size challenge: Ban smoking

If you work in an office with smokers, you know that they tend to disappear at regular intervals. No mystery where they are: Shivering, sweltering or just lolling on the sidewalk, puffing away.

This may strike you as pathetic. Or it may stir concerns for their health. Or

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