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I am not going to list them for you but I will show you a way to list them yourself. Think of the numbers from 1 to 14 as the first 14 letters in the alphabet and list all 3 letter words made from these letters, with no repeated letters, in alphabetical order. They start this way
I hope this helps,  


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