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When does the writing process begin?
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User: When does the writing process begin?

Weegy: A writ of certiorari currently means an order by a higher court directing a lower court, tribunal, or public authority to send the record in a given case for review. source: wikipedia
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User: When does the writing process begin? a) It begins when you get your books at the beginning of the semester. b) It begins when you receive an assignment in class or when you know what you want to write. c) It begins when you sit down at the computer or get out a pad of paper.

Weegy: b) It begins when you receive an assignment in class or when you know what you want to write.
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User: We talk about the stages of the writing process, but writing is actually recursive. What does this mean? a) The writing process is recursive since you may repeat a stage at any point. b) The writing process is recursive because you may loop into or out of the other stages at any point c) The writing process is recursive because you may loop into, out of, or repeat any writing stage at any point.

Weegy: c) The writing process is recursive because you may loop into, out of, or repeat any writing stage at any point.
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