Paraphrase

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Paraphrase

By | April 2013
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Any young lady wishing to purchase a new Barbie would receive a trade-in allowance for her old one.

2. The other was the editor of one of the nation’s leading papers, a newsman to the core —— tough, aggressive, and savvy in the ways and means of solid reporting.

3. Factories cluster round the coastline, and even the most modern rarely has proper waste-treatment plant.

4. Turning on the television set can turn off the process that transforms children into people.

5. When battling a recalcitrant problem, he worried it as an animal worries its prey

1. All girls desirous of buying a Barbie were to be given the right of turning in their old dolls in exchange for new models at a reduced price. 2. The other was a newspaperman through and through -- uncompromising, energetic, and intelligent about how to report reliable news based on facts. 3. Factories are set up around the coastline, few of which, including the most sophisticated, have been equipped with a satisfactory system for dealing with their effluents. 4. The moment a child sits down to watch television is the moment his growth towards maturity is suspended. 5. When attacking a problem difficult to solve, he kept attempting to deal with it with great effort, just as an animal chases and bites a weaker animal it preys upon until the latter gives in.

1. Little girls adore Barbie because she is highly realistic and eminently dress-upable.

2. The other was the editor of one of the nation’s leading papers, a newsman to the core —— tough, aggressive, and savvy in the ways and means of solid reporting.

3. Factories cluster round the coastline, and even the most modern rarely has proper waste-treatment plant.

4. Man-made things enter into and color his consciousness.

5. I am not suggesting that “positive” news be contrived as an antidote to the disasters on page one.

1. The reason why Barbie appeals so much to little girls is that she looks just like a real person in real...