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The black cat; the tell-tale heart; the fall of the house of usher; the oval portrait; the raven; annabel lee; the bells; alone; the cask of amontillado; the masque of the red death; the pit and the pendulum; hop frog; the gold bug; al aaraaf; metzengerstein; tales of the folio club; narrative of...Read More

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The game\ s 2-4 player co-op modes can be played over system link.-the text co-op 2-4 refers specifically to playing the co-op modes over system link, including undead overrun and the co-op missions included on the disc in the outlaws to the end dlc pack. it is a separate spec from system link...Read More

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$200-any player with a balance under $200 is eligible for a daily allowance of up to an additional $200 when entering a game that he or she cannot afford. this allowance is collected when the player attempts to enter the gambling table, provided that at least 24 hours have passed since the last...Read More

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Slippery slope-this type is based upon the claim that a controversial type of action will lead inevitably to some admittedly bad type of action. it is the slide from a to z via the intermediate steps b through y that is the slope, and the smallness of each step that makes it slippery. this type...Read More

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Red herring-a red herring is a fallacy in which an irrelevant topic is presented in order to divert attention from the original issue. the basic idea is to win an argument by leading attention away from the argument and to another topic. this sort of reasoning has the following form: 1. topic...Read More

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Post hoc, ergo propter hoc-post hoc ergo propter hoc, latin for after this, therefore because of this, is a logical fallacy (of the questionable cause variety) that states, since that event followed this one, that event must have been caused by this one. it is often shortened to simply post hoc...Read More

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Sideways-game 6 the sideways game this is teaching the horse to go sideways equally as well to the right and left, with ease. the two important areas on the horse for this are the neck-to-nose area, and the hindquarters. well call them zone 1 (the nose) and zone 4 (the hindquarters). you need to...Read More

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Closest blocker to referee who made the call-6.13 - illegal proceduresmajor penalties6.13.17 - forcing a jam to be called off due to too many skaters on the track. the penalty is issued to the pivot in that jam. if there is no pivot in that jam, the penalty is issued to the last non-pivot blocker...Read More

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False

The Sun is about a million times the size of the Earth.

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Either/or fallacy

The problem with this fallacy is not formal, but is found in its disjunctiveeither-orpremise: an argument of this type is fallacious when its disjunctive premise is fallaciously supported.

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