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When you have a slight hint that your choice can be wrong will it turn true?

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Asked by tanuja, 07 Feb 08:01 pm
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It may , chances are 50:50.
But wrong ko right mae bhi badla jaasakta hae.
Answered by Ginger, 07 Feb 08:16 pm

 
  
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Most likely if there is a confusion.
Answered by prabirb, 07 Feb 08:16 pm

 
  
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Yes
That doubt itself will make it true
If u r confident why u doubt ?
Answered by sigma, 07 Feb 08:08 pm

 
  
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Kaisi ho aap, subah se ab dikhi ho...hindi mai puchna
Answered by gulab khan, 07 Feb 08:08 pm

 
  
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No, it is not a quote. It is a summary of the argument Lincoln makes in passages like the following:',

from the Sixth debate - at Quincy, Illinoi
October thirteen, one thousand, eight hundred and fifty-eight

"I say again, that in regard to the arguments that are made, when Judge Douglas says he "don't care whether slavery is voted up or voted down," whether he means that as an individual expression of sentiment, or only as a sort of statement of his views on national policy, it is alike true to say that he can thus argue logically if he don't see any thing wrong in it; but he cannot say so logically if he admits that slavery is wrong. He cannot say that he would as soon see a wrong voted up as voted down. When Judge Douglas says that whoever or whatever community wants slaves, they have a right to have them, he is perfectly logical if there is nothing wrong in the institution; but if you admit that it is wrong, he cannot logically say that any body has a right to do wrong. When ...more
Answered by Karan, 07 Feb 08:03 pm

 
  
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