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The correct answer choice is (A)
This question can be easily attacked by using the powerful inference that N must be second.
Answer choice (A): This is the correct answer choice.
Answer choice (B): This answer is incorrect because O cannot be second.
Answer choice (C): This answer is incorrect because J cannot be second, and because both L and N must be ahead of J.