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Collage Essays That Made a distinction, 4th variation comprises real-life essays written through candidates to Harvard, Princeton, Stanford, Yale, MIT, and extra, in addition to whole program profiles of over a hundred scholars, together with try out rankings, GPAs, demographic info, and the place they obtained in and the place they didn't.

College Essays That Made a distinction, 4th version comprises essays submitted to the subsequent schools:

Amherst College
Bard College
Barnard College
Brandeis University
Brown University
Bryn Mawr College
California Institute of Technology
Carleton College
Claremont McKenna College
Columbia University
The Cooper Union for the development of technology and Art
Cornell University
Dartmouth College
Davidson College
Duke University
Franklin W. Olin collage of Engineering
Georgetown University
Hamilton College
Harvard College
Kenyon College
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Middlebury College
New collage of Florida
New York University
Northwestern University
Pomona College
Princeton University
Reed College
Rice University
Smith College
Stanford University
Swarthmore College
Tufts University
University of California–Los Angeles
University of California–San Diego
University of Notre Dame
University of Pennsylvania
Washington & Lee University
Washington college in St. Louis
Wellesley College
Wesleyan University
Whitman College
Williams College
Yale collage

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ROSENBERG which are to be processed in such a way that, on completion of the processing, the hearer will have made a correct semantic identification and classification of the constituents of the statement made. (U, 15-6) Such diversity as there is in the notion of "understanding what is said" attaches, on this account, not to the sort of process which culminates in understanding but to the multifarious senses of "what is said". ',5 One can understand what is said in each of these senses, and in each case, so Ziff, the process which culminates in such understanding will be a form of data processing and, indeed, one that "has a specific character: it is an analytic process.

Novices in PW lore could easily take this to mean (i) "designates X within W", read as allowing the way talk proceeds in W, certain details of designation, in particular, to be among W's counterfactual aspects. This is a likely meaning, given the English. But we must rather impose a meaning more like (ii) "designates X in our talk about W". Even this runs into a problem, for 1 managed to specify the PW in which Bill's name is 'Max' without using 'Bill Smith'. ) But I could have used his name in specifying this PW, and if 1 had used his name, then or in later talk about this PW, he would (or at least could) have been its designatum.

A) Ambiguous syntax and semantics. The sentences quoted above are all syntactically ambiguous, and the duck-sentence semantically too. b) Referential ambiguity. Names and definite descriptions (like the President) are notoriously open to more than one referent. Not to speak of more subtle ambiguities such as the sense of the definite article (generic or individual) in sentences like The lion prefers fresh meat. c) Illocutionary ambiguity. The judge is sentencing the criminal: "You will be taken to the place of execution ...

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