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The rebellious young poet finds himself drawn to more scandalous pursuits: supporting anti-royalist and anti-clerical causes, championing vegetarianism, and extolling the virtues of atheism, an act that ultimately leads to his expulsion from Oxford University.
This took place when, one day, after a big party at the tavern "The Fountain Inn" (where the upper class normally met), the inaugural procession came to a solar (where would be built the Presidential Palace) and some workmen (after open a small hole in the ground), gave him the stone to Casanave and he buried it, covering it with sand (using a shovel for it).
lieutenant is known that, before placing it, he had placed, under, a bronze plaque in which can read:\r\n The first stone of the Presidential House was laid on October 12, 1792, and the 17th year of the Independence of the United States of America.\r\n In 1793 he joined the Common Council of the Corporation of the city and, the following year, he was elected mayor of Georgetown, thus being the fifth person to hold the position.
Only one student's problems were spotted by the lecturer and checked with Turnitin while the other's was hidden to the lecturer.
We speculate about the reasons, and then discuss these issues related to students' writing from sources: the place of reading in a source-based assignment, the difficulty level of sources for an assignment in an introductory course, complexities of attribution in source-based writing assignments, and the place of patchwriting in the work of novice writers.