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1. Regarding the specification of a nonprovisional patent application, which of the following practices is in accordance with proper USPTO practice and procedure?

   (A) The specification may include graphical illustrations or flowcharts.

   (B) The specification may include tables and chemical formulas.

   (C) The specification may include hyperlinks or other forms of browser-executable code embedded in the text.

   (D) The specification must begin with one or more claims.

   (E) The specification may include a reservation for a future application of subject matter disclosed but not claimed in the application).

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