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Person under arrest to police investigator after hearing that if he implicates others he will receive a lighter sentence: “true or false explain your answer
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Intellectual property (IP) theft is defined as theft of material that is copyrighted, the theft of trade secrets, and trademark violations.

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The thesis is a writer's argument or statement of position.
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TRUE. The thesis is a writer's argument or statement of position.
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