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1. Law: Authorized by statute or otherwise having legal effect or force.
2. Reasoning: Statement unambiguously implied by the given assumptions (premises), or conforming to the principles of logic but not necessarily to reality or truth.

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When you start a business you must make sure that all of your permits are valid and up to code from the start.
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They would only believe you if your story is valid. If any part of your statements are not true, then you will be disqualified.
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When I think about what people say, often times I think of whether what they say is valid or not.
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