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A formal rebuttal that the defendant in a lawsuit makes against the claims of the plaintiff. The answer asserts that the plaintiff's allegations are false, or, if they are true, that the defendant is not liable for them.
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There is no doubt that changing answers may lead to a better score, but on the other hand, they may choose the wrong answer that results in worse score, as well.
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Answer 5: I can't even think of a way to include it in a haiku.
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He begins his study with a recognition that in the Bible no simple answer is available.
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