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Chapter 9. THE PRINCIPLE OF MASS SIMILAR > Getting Lists of Names When You Don'...

Getting Lists of Names When You Don't Even Have One

If you don't know the names of any of the things you're researching—you know you want information on candy bars, for example, but know nothing about candy bars—you can just try “types of Y”:

"types of candy bars"


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