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L5 Exercises - Rhetoric R1A Section 5 Lesson 5 Exercises...

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Rhetoric R1A, Section 5 October 12, 2007 Lesson 5 Exercises 5.2-5.4 Exercise 5.2 1. Except for those areas covered with ice or scorched by continual heat, the earth is covered by vegetation. Plants grow most richly in fertilized plains and river valleys, but they also grow at the edge of perpetual snow in high mountains. Dense vegetation grows in the ocean and around its edges as well as in and around lakes and swamps. Plants grow in the cracks of busy city sidewalks as well as on seemingly barren cliffs. Vegetation will cover the earth long after we have been swallowed up by evolutionary history. 2. Animals’ natural states do not have the power to create and communicate a new message to fit a new experience. They are limited by their genetic code in the number and kind of messages that they can communicate. For example, the only information bees can communicate are the distance, direction, source, and richness of pollen in flowers. In all significant respects, a limited
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