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Retail gasoline prices have dipped to their lowest level this year, with motorists last week paying an average of $1.1867 a gallon, according to a national survey. Industry analyst Dan Lundberg said Sunday his weekly survey of 17,500 stations in 50 states found that the average price had dropped 0.39 cents from the previous week. The highest gasoline got this year was $1.2121 in May.

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