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Good definitions should consist of the term, the category to which it belongs, and the characteristics that distinguish it from others of the same category. True False
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User: Good definitions should consist of the term, the category to which it belongs, and the characteristics that distinguish it from others of the same category. True False

Weegy: Good definitions should consist of the term, the category to which it belongs, and the characteristics that distinguish it from others of the same category. TRUE.
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User: Satirical writing was first developed by twentieth-century journalists. True False

Weegy: Satirical writing was first developed by twentieth-century journalists. FALSE.



User: Three ways to arrange details are in order of place, outstanding feature, or relative importance. True False

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