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The Supreme Court, fresh off its decision that lethal injection was a constitutional method of execution, lifted reprieves Monday for three death-row inmates around the country, including a Texas man who was waiting only a few feet from the death chamber when his life was temporarily spared.

Prosecutors in the Texas case and one each from Alabama and Mississippi were moving quickly to set new execution dates after a seven-month national hiatus.

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