It has been attributed to Bob Dylan, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, and The Beatles. It is likely, however, that they all got it from Jack Weinberger, a free speech activist, who was quoted with the phrase in 1964, in the San Francisco Chronicle.
You can tell by asking questions over and over and over again, finally they will say I'm lying or fine I will tell you. Or, if they don't if they don't try to remember is they said someones name ask the other person if what they said is true if they say yes, go back to the other person and say sorry. If they say no that person should lose trust from you. Maybe they will learn from that. Never give that trust back to them.
What may be development for one may not be development for the others justify the statement with suitable examples?
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Which of the following statements is true about storing classified documents?
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