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. A general rule of thumb for using lists in a paper is to limit the number of items to ten or fewer. (Points : 1)
A general rule of thumb for using lists in a paper is to limit the number of items to ten or fewer. The answer is True.
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User: A proper English sentence must contain at least (Points : 1)

User: . A general rule of thumb for using lists in a paper is to limit the number of items to ten or fewer. (Points : 1)

Weegy: A general rule of thumb for using lists in a paper is to limit the number of items to ten or fewer. The answer is True.
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