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User: Dictionaries were not invented to record a language community's conventions for what words shall mean. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: false
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User: Resolving problematic vagueness and problematic ambiguity does not require us to apply our critical thinking skills and habits of mind. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: False
Expert answered|selymi|Points 1557|

User: The positive critical thinking habit inclines one to realize that many questions and issues are not black and white and that, at times, judgments must be made in contexts of uncertainty. (Points : 2) analytical inquisitive judicious truth-seeking

Weegy: c judicious
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User: The goal of interpreting the meanings and ideas as they are conveyed in language is to ______________ (Points : 2) achieve accuracy and precision. learn to speak in front of others. provide vagueness and ambiguity. learn to criticize others.

Weegy: c
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