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Tool to Compare Multiple Documents for Similarities

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I'd like to be able to compare a folder of document (student exams or final papers, for example) and have a tool tell me all the possible duplications in any of the documents (sentences, sentence fragments, etc).  Freeware is preferred.  Anyone know of any such application?
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