\(A \text{ XOR } B\) is true if either \(A\) is true or \(B\) is true (but not both). (\(XOR\) stands for "exclusive or".)

Is it possible to make a statement equivalent to \(A \text{ AND } B\) using only \(XOR\) as an operation? (Please note: only XOR! NOT isn't allowed.)

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