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The report is about Peter. The authors place in the report enough information favorable to Peter and eliminate enough information unfavorable to Peter so as to slant the report in his favor. I.e., people reading the report will think highly of Peter. Peter has to decide whether the report (which isn't necessarily about him) is good or bad. People decide to ...


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"Beast" is a bit biblical, perhaps, but it is commonly understood to mean non-human animals. From Merriam-Webster: Beast: 1 a : a four-footed mammal as distinguished from a human being, a lower vertebrate, and an invertebrate b : a lower animal as distinguished from a human being



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