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A person who demonstrates a foible most probably deserves a. mild criticism. c. a jail sentence. b. praise.
The definition of foible is a minor weakness or eccentricity in someone's character. Therefore the most fitting answer would be mild criticism.
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Tiana.Bovee, To add credibility to your answer, always provide a link, if available, to a source that confirms its accuracy.

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The phase of film production that would you utilize story boards is A. preproduction.

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