By Grenville Kleiser
A simile is a determine of speech that at once compares various things, often by way of using the phrases "like" or "as" and are commonplace in literature for his or her expressive nature.
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All these issues also relate closely to the concept of citizenship, something we now turn our attention towards. THE DEFINITION OF CITIZENSHIP AND ITS ASSOCIATIONS WITH MARGINALIZATION AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION According to the definition by the Oxford Dictionary of English, a citizen is “a legally recognized subject or national of a state” while citizenship is “the position or status of being a citizen of a particular country” (Thompson, Fowler, & Fowler, 1995). e. the liberal model, the communitarian model, the civic republican model and the critical model.
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