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The only goal of GC.SuppressFinalize is: to prevent the finalizer from releasing unmanaged resources that have already been freed by the IDisposable.Dispose implementation. Source: MSDN Once you disposed the object, you should indeed call GC.SuppressFinalize(this);, like shown in an answer to the question "When should I use GC.SuppressFinalize()?". ...
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