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Q: Putting happenings or thoughts into the proper sequence produces ______. coherence cohesion content
A: Putting happenings or thoughts into the proper sequence produces "coherence". Coherence is defined as "The quality of being logical and consistent".
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Putting happenings or thoughts into the proper sequence produces "coherence". Coherence is defined as "The quality of being logical and consistent".
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