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SAN FRANCISCO — In the wake of its $119.6 million trial win, Apple is again angling for a permanent injunction against Samsung. However, the company’s request is modest compared to the sweeping sales ban it sought after its 2012 court victory. The Cupertino-based company moved on Friday for a narrow injunction barring Samsung from stepping on three patents that the eight-member jury found that it infringed earlier this month.

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