Im 3 3 20 houndstooth cleanser is better than any

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20. Houndstooth cleanser is better than any other product at getting your bathroom clean. 21. We’re going to look at empty lots this afternoon. 22. Jordan could write additional profound essays. 23. "Two million Americans every day love to eat, etc." 24. "New York's first commercial human sperm-bank opened Friday with semen samples from 18 men; the samples were frozen in a stainless steel tank." 25. When she lay down to nap, she was disturbed by a noisy cow. 26. "…and don't lie down for at least three hours after eating." 27. "Abraham Lincoln wrote the Gettysburg Address on the back of an envelope while traveling from Washington to Gettysburg." 28. When Queen Elizabeth appeared before her troops, they all shouted “harrah.” 29. " . . . Hamlet gives a long soliloquy." 30. Before the officers’ arrival, the two suspects fled the area in a white Ford Mustang driven by a third male. 31. AT&T, for as long as your business lasts. 32. This class might have had a member of the opposite sex for a teacher. 33. Married 10 times before, woman gets 9 years in prison for killing her husband. 34. “ . . . Many primary plans don't pay as much as 20% of that amount." 35. "I am a very enthusiastic Mustang fan." 36. “Complain" should be "arrive." 37. “Execute" should be "take" or "deal with." 38. Frankly, we don't know what to do with this one; it's pretty hopeless. 39. Something like: "You could not hope for more than you get with our wines." 40. Good for your life, or they'll last for your whole life? Presumably the former, in which case "Good for your health" would make more sense. 41. Clear thinking involves hard work. 42. "Break through to Cadillac." Exercise 3-8 1. As a group 2. As a group. 3. As a group 4. As a group 5. As individuals, although there's no ambiguity present here. 6. As a group 7. It’s more likely that the claim refers to the Giants as a group, but it’s possible that it refers to the play of individuals. 8. As individuals IM – 3 | 4
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9. As a group 10. As individuals 11. As individuals 12. Probably as individuals 13. As individuals 14. As a group. 15. Ambiguous. If the claim means that the people are living longer than they used to, the reference is to people as individuals. If the claim means that the human race is getting older, then the reference is to people as group. If the claim expresses the truism that to live is to age, then the reference is to people as individuals. Exercise 3-9 1. Fallacy of division 2. Fallacy of composition 3. Fallacy of division 4. Fallacy of division 5. Fallacy of composition 6. Fallacy of division 7. Fallacy of composition 8. Fallacy of composition 9. Fallacy of division 10. Fallacy of composition Exercise 3-10 The ambiguity in the cartoon is a semantical ambiguity on the word "everything." It ordinarily would mean "everything you ordered," but in the cartoon it's taken to mean "everything we can serve." Exercise 3-11 Definitions designed to persuade: 1, 3. Number 5 is designed to amuse. Exercise 3-13 Rearrange as follows: 7, 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 3, 8 (This is not the only order that makes sense.) Exercise 3-14 IM – 3 | 5
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Rearrange as follows: 7, 6, 4, 1, 2, 3, 5 IM – 3 | 6
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Exercise 3-15 1. Students should choose their majors with considerable care.
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