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Let $S_{1}$ be the plane figure consisting of the points $(x, y)$ given by the inequalities $\mid x - 1 \mid  \leq 2$ and $ \mid y+2 \mid \leq 3$. Let $S_{2}$ be the plane figure given by the inequalities $x-y \geq -2, y \geq 1$, and $x \leq 3$. Let $S$ be the union of $S_{1}$ and $S_{2}$. The area of $S$ is.

  1. $26$
  2. $28$
  3. $32$
  4. $34$
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