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What's the difference?
A: All citizens' right are well stipulated in the constitUtion.
B: All citizens' right are well stipulated in the CONSTITUTION.
C: All citizens' right are well STIPULATED in the CONSTITUTION.

A: Do NOT think I'm gonna ask you for anything.
B: Do NOT THink I'm gonna ask you for anything.
C: Do NOT THINK I'm gonna ask you for ANYTHING.
D: Do NOT think I'm gonna ask you for Anything.

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What's the difference?
A: All citizens' right are well stipulated in the constitUtion. 
B: All citizens' right are well stipulated in the CONSTITUTION. 
C: All citizens' right are well STIPULATED in the CONSTITUTION. 

A: Do NOT think I'm gonna ask you for anything. 
B: Do NOT THink I'm gonna ask you for anything.
C: Do NOT THINK I'm gonna ask you for ANYTHING.
D: Do NOT think I'm gonna ask you for Anything.
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