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"Vegetarianism" is the noble, righteous, and upright rejection of the disgusting, immoral, and hearless pricatice of eating meat.
a. too broad b. too narrow
c. attempt to persuade d. too vague
e. use of negatives f. circular


I'm not in this field but I think it is an attempt to persuade. Others may differ.

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