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The commission did not err in awarding claimant temporary partial disability benefits, despite employer's contention that claimant unjustifiably refused selective employment and failed to market his residual skills. Sandler Foods v. Grays (Baker) No. 1268-96-1, Dec. 10, 1996; Workers' Comp. Comm'n; Sarah Y.M. Kirby for appellant; Ralph Rabinowitz for appellee VLW 096-7-774,2 pp. (Unpublished)

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