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User: in "A warning Against Passion," Bronte's main objection to intense love is that a woman who feels it becomes

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User: In "A Warning Against Passion," Brontë's main objection to intense love is that a woman who feels it becomes a. indecisive. c. disrespectable. b. vulnerable. d. too narrow in her interests.

Weegy: In "A Warning Against Passion," Bront?'s main objection to intense love is that a woman who feels it becomes b. vulnerable.
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User: In "A Warning Against Passion," Brontë suggests that her friend Mary will never marry because she a. is unwilling to take risks. c. does not act on her feelings. b. is too open with her feelings. d. has become bitter over her failed romance

Weegy: B. is too open with her feelings.
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User: A familiar example of a precept is a. thunder. c. racial discrimination. b. the Golden Rule

Weegy: b. the Golden Rule is a perfect example of a precept
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