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Which of these experiences best illustrates the meaning of Franklin's aphorism "A small leak will sink a great ship"? a. An entire garden grows from seeds you plant. b. Your shirt shrinks in the wash and becomes too small to wear. c. A tiny ember left unextinguished causes a great forest fire.
Weegy: c. A tiny ember left unextinguished causes a great forest fire best illustrates the meaning of Franklin's aphorism "A small leak will sink a great ship". User: Which of these stylistic techniques does Franklin use in the following aphorism from "Poor Richard's Almanack " For want of a nail the shoe is lost; for want of a shoe the horse is lost; for want of a horse the rider is lost. Weegy: Repetition and parallel structure are the stylistic techniques that Franklin uses in that aphorism. (More)
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