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FILE - In this 2008 photo provided by Disney-ABC Domestic Television, Lyndsay Baldwin from Cos Cob, CT feels the pressure as the clock winds down to just one second on her "Millionaire" question in New York. A federal appeals court on Monday Dec. 3, 2012 upheld a $319 million verdict awarded to a British company that claimed Walt Disney Co. engaged in creative accounting to hide profits from the popular game show, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." (AP Photo/Disney-ABC Domestic Television)

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FILE - In this 2008 photo provided by Disney-ABC Domestic Television, Lyndsay Baldwin from Cos Cob, CT feels the pressure as the clock winds down to just one second on her "Millionaire" question in New York. A federal appeals court on Monday Dec. 3, 2012 upheld a $319 million verdict awarded to a British company that claimed Walt Disney Co. engaged in creative accounting to hide profits from the popular game show, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." (AP Photo/Disney-ABC Domestic Television)
FILE - In this 2008 photo provided by Disney-ABC Domestic Television, Lyndsay Baldwin from Cos Cob, CT feels the pressure as the clock winds down to just one second on her "Millionaire" question in New York. A federal appeals court on Monday Dec. 3, 2012 upheld a $319 million verdict awarded to a British company that claimed Walt Disney Co. engaged in creative accounting to hide profits from the popular game show, "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." (AP Photo/Disney-ABC Domestic Television)
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