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The Cowboys have defeated the 49ers four times in NFC championship games: 1970-71: Cowboys 17, 49ers 10

1971-72: Cowboys 14, 49ers 3

1992-93: Cowboys 30, 49ers 20

1993-94: Cowboys 38, 49ers 21

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