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    It is an entity, where the aforementioned 'it' is any thing.

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Caller:                                 Quazie

Judge:                                  Machiavelli
Judgement:                              TRUE

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History:

Called by Quazie:                       09 Jun 2008 07:50:20 GMT
Assigned to Machiavelli:                13 Jun 2008 05:18:43 GMT
Judged TRUE by Machiavelli:             13 Jun 2008 15:03:42 GMT

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Caller's Evidence:

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/thing

Specifically #5

1 a: a matter of concern : affair <many things to do> b plural : state of
affairs in general or within a specified or implied sphere <things are
improving> c: a particular state of affairs : situation<look at this thing
another way> d: event, circumstance <that shooting was a terrible thing>
2 a: deed, act, accomplishment <do great things> b: a product of work or
activity <likes to buildthings> c: the aim of effort or activity <the thing is
to get well>
3 a: a separate and distinct individual quality, fact, idea, or usually entity
b: the concrete entity as distinguished from its appearances c: a spatial
entity d: an inanimate object distinguished from a living being
4 a plural : possessions, effects <pack your things> b: whatever may be
possessed or owned or be the object of a right c: an article of clothing <not
a thing to wear> d plural : equipment or utensils especially for a particular
purpose <bring the tea things>
5: an object or entity not precisely designated or capable of being designated
<use this thing>
6 a: detail, point <checks every little thing> b: a material or substance of a
specified kind <avoid fatty things>
7 a: a spoken or written observation or point b: idea, notion <says the first
thing he thinks of>c: a piece of news or information <couldn't get a thing out
of him>
8: individual <not a living thing in sight>
9: the proper or fashionable way of behaving, talking, or dressing —used with
the
10 a: a mild obsession or phobia <has a thing about driving>; also : the
object of such an obsession or phobia b: something (as an activity) that makes
a strong appeal to the individual : forte,specialty <letting students do their
own thing — Newsweek> <I think travelling is very much a novelist's thing —
Philip Larkin>

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