Like Button Pt. 3

Our questions consent asks do we like or do we dislike?
Well, the question is what does the message of logic how reason practical and usually informal act upon begins? 

Lets, look to inward and at our electronic devices.

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The hyperbole, “health and education will be changed” in a
rhetorical comparison of a dysphemism’s where “predictors” or “explicit”
were used to describe views which will be shown in the all one
hundred percent of America that knows what needs to be protected…

OR

K-Hy____D
or
A=B AND AC = BC

 

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Considering the repellent fact, in ways that, the majority position
is also developed and utilized as a rhetorical strategy demonstrated
so hasty generalization of such a statement says this about LIKE OR LIKES…
Individual- and group-level concepts

OR
LIKE

Breakeven analysis “is“a resource allocation
technique for identifying the point at
which total revenue is just sufficient to cover total costs…

UNLIKE

Linear programming is a mathematical
technique that solves resource allocation problems.

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LIK”E”


A._ _ Good Great MILES
LIKE

B. :8-)

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I. Analyzing the environment

II.Identifying the opportunities and threats in the environment
III.Analyzing the organization’s resources and capabilities
IV.Identifying the organization’s strengths and weaknesses
V.Formulating strategies
VI.Implementing strategies
VII.Evaluating results

Perhaps, Facebook, a data field of friends, has no moral principle but in computing terms it’s very realistic.

 

 

 

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