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What proves to be Paris's fatal flaw? inability to understand poetic language and double-meanings mediocre looks his desire to defy social conventions his fiery temper and desire for violence
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Choose the answer that best describes the form of bias expressed in the following problem. A campaign pamphlet for a presidential candidate uses photographs of other candidates. The opposing candidates photos are cut-and-pasted into photographs of angry crowds, giving the appearance that people are upset or disapprove of the opposing candidates. This photo exemplifies_____. bias by arrangement point of view bias layout bias bias in a photo all of these
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Match the following terms and definitions. 1. chemoreceptors neurons that detect touch 2. mechanoreceptors neurons that detect light 3. olfactory receptors neurons that detect temperature 4. photoreceptors neurons that detect chemicals 5. thermoreceptors neurons that detect smells
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1.chemoreceptors- neurons that detect chemicals
2.mechanoreceptors- neurons that detect touch
3.olfactory receptors- neurons that detect smells
4.photoreceptors- neurons that detect light
5.thermoreceptors- neurons that detect temperature
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Leviathan was a member of Captain Nemo's crew. True False
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Poetry that uses no rhyme scheme and no set meter is called _____. rhymed verse free verse metric verses blank User: The poetic foot and the length of line make up the ____ of the poem. rhyme imagery meter
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