Statement: All bananas have peels.
Can the following be inferred:
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Every banana has a peel.
All fruits have peels.
Some fruits do not have peels.
Only bananas have peels.
Only things that have peels can be bananas.
Only fruits have peels.
All things that have peels are bananas.
Some fruits with peels are bananas.
An orange has a peel, so an orange is a type of banana.
A plantain is a type of banana, so it must have a peel.
A grape does not have a peel, so it is not a type of banana.
Because a watermelon is not a type of banana, it cannot have a peel.
A fruit can be a banana only if it has a peel.