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Give an example of a nontrivial connected graph G with the properties that (1) every bridge of G is adjacent to an edge that is not a bridge, (2) every edge of G that is not a bridge is adjacent to a bridge, (3) G contains two nonadjacent bridges and (4) every two edges of G that are not bridges are adjacent.

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The Bull graph is such an example.

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