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    Lightbulb no longer need an answer

    no longer need an answer, didn't realise wasn't able to get one
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    Re: "ADVERTISING IS A LEGALISED FORM OF LYING, DISCUSS WITH EXAMPLES" please help!

    Welcome to the forum.

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    Re: "ADVERTISING IS A LEGALISED FORM OF LYING, DISCUSS WITH EXAMPLES" please help!

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    Welcome to the forum.

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    Re: "ADVERTISING IS A LEGALISED FORM OF LYING, DISCUSS WITH EXAMPLES" please help!

    We do not provide help for school assignments. First, your teacher wants to know what you can do, not what we can do. Second, it would not be fair to your classmates.

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