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A ritzy Manhattan wedding rehearsal... Would-be bride Amy Bzura, 27, has returned the emerald-cut sparkler, which was valued in the grooms give-it-back lawsuit at $125,800. With the ring off his former betrotheds hand and back firmly in his own, Brad Moss, 32, has duly dropped the lawsuit. Amy returned the ring, 100 percent, Bzuras brother Adam told The Post. This is over! Its over! Theres nothing to write about, ex-groom Moss said when asked for comment. The ring giveback appears to be the first moment of agreement between the unhappy couple since their pricey wedding plans fell apart at the Blue Water Grill on Oct. 28.

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