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The authors claim is not supported by strong evidence
A claim and a preview of supporting arguments
B. thier familes and countries will be strong!
A good claim that states your opinion/fact, strong evidence that supports your claim, and reasoning that shows a link between the claim and evidence. The most important parts, in my opinion, are the reasoning and evidence, but the claim is important too. After all, the claim is the base. The evidence is the top, and the reasoning is all the details that make it interesting and worthy of of attention.
Yes because Spain used it to claim strong settlements in alta California
Well, what do you mean by 'buffs'? I don't believe that is a word, aside from "being buff", which is when you claim to be physically strong.
All of the amendments in the Bill of Rights are essential to democratic freedom, including the unpopular ones :)
yes There is strong evidence to suggest so. Andrew JENNINGS, a famous researcher on this topic supports this claim. There is a facebook group "FIFA Reformation" that also supports this claim. I certainly feel the political entity is corrupt.
Personal letters written by Julius Caesar indicate that he believed that Rome should always remain a republic.
While there are some people who claim that they are the member of a bloodline in which witchcraft and skill in magic was strong, there is limited evidence for it and Wicca does not treat them any differently. Anyone can be a Wiccan.
Do not use a strong or ridiculous claim that you can not support with evidence. Always use a good premises relevant to your thesis. By using supporting evidence you will avoid fallacies.