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After you use a word, if you use a word that is more generic than it, what impressions does it lead to?
For example, think of this sentence: "I like dogs, because the animal is cute."
Here, I used the words "the animal," instead of the word "them." Compared with the word "them," how does the word "the animal" work?

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