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comment What's a good title to a presentations' table of contents?
chaotic, typically you mark a chosen answer to your question as correct by clicking the checkmark next to it. Please do so; it helps motivate users to leave thorough answers and will help you get accurate answers to future questions.
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comment What are some possible reasons of why my readers preferred this “writing” over the others two?
I believe you mean "inspired by" a softer world. As a longtime fan of ASW, I misread that first sentence as a claim of ownership over the comic.
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comment Preventing genre-savvy second-guessing in murder mysteries
The most shocking "all bets are off" moment I've encountered is in LOST, when (spoilers?) John Locke knifes Naomi in the back in a season finale. Up to that point the viewer had been taught that Locke was inherently good—like his namesake espoused—and to see otherwise shattered any notions I had of the character and of the directions I thought the show would take.
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accepted plagiarism vs. reference?
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comment plagiarism vs. reference?
Great answer. So it's okay for a character to say half a line of a song, poem, or other work (as Humbert Humbert often does), but it's not okay for that character to sing the entire song or read the entire poem without some legal legwork.
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asked plagiarism vs. reference?
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comment Help me rewrite this sentence
or "If you feel you don't qualify for this study,"
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