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asoka's policies included what? A) religious intolerance B) religious tolerance C) law based on revenge D) law based on fines and penalties
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Definition of Autocracy:
1. Government by a single person having unlimited power; despotism.
2. A country or state that is governed by a single person with unlimited power.

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definition of monsoons
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D) mediterranean sea
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