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Hi folks, hoping someone can help me.

I trying to sort alphabetically from a file that contains several rows with numbers and words - I need to sort them based on the word column. Below an idea of what the file contains.

1 2 3 delta 1 2 3 apricot 1 2 3 charlie 1 2 3 bravo 1 2 3 echo 1 2 3 fox
My struggle is that I cannot make it work so that it sorts alphabetically but only on the last column (words.

Any advise will be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much

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