Makes (Not everything is a camel) FALSE

Notice that the area outside the C circle is crosshatched, indicating that it's empty. It's the fact that this world doesn't allow anything to be a non-camel that makes the sentence false. You could make this world more complicated by adding circles and so on, but as long as the whole area outside the C circle is cross hatched, nothing can be there, and the sentence will be false.

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