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Paul H. Wood, a spokesperson for the Education Department's Office of Civil Rights, said yesterday evening that the government was in the process of sending Harvard the results of a two-year probe into alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants to Harvard College. He would not comment on the findings, but said there would be a public announcement this morning.

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