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 <Chapter1Title_Part1>About Professional Writing</Chapter1Title_Part1>
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 <Page2Name_p1c2>Rhetorical Framework: Author-Subject-Audience</Page2Name_p1c2>
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 <Page4Name_p1c2>The Special Nature of "Subject" in Technical Communication</Page4Name_p1c2>
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