Style 7 - Michael Wang 10/5/11 FWS: Phil1111.103 Lesson 7...

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Michael Wang 10/5/11 FWS: Phil1111.103 Lesson 7 of Style Exercise 7.1 1. Critics must use complex terms to analyze and meaningfully discuss literary texts. 2. Scientific research depends on accurate data to offer theories to plausibly predict the future. 3. Graduate students face uncertain prospects for teaching jobs. 4. The public must stop debating about legal restrictions on the use of firearms. 5. Most patients at a public medical facility do not expect special attention because their health concerns can be easily treated. 6. When expenses do not exceed $250, the Insured refuses to provide the insurer with evidence of costs. 7. Reducing federal spending is the only way to reduce the size of the federal deficit. 8. Continue medication if symptoms of dizziness are present for six hours. 9. A person may be rejected from cost-sharing educational programs only if they are given a full hearing explaining why. 10. The question of an open/closed universe is unresolved as long as there is no computation
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Style 7 - Michael Wang 10/5/11 FWS: Phil1111.103 Lesson 7...

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