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Past ice ages are believed to have been caused by _____. solar output changes and Milankovitch cycles volcanic activity and human activity human activity and Milankovitch cycles plate tectonics and human activity
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Past ice ages are believed to have been caused by solar output changes and Milankovitch cycles.
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The following are examples of acronyms: Mr., Mrs., Sat., Feb., Dr., Hon. True False
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The following are examples of acronyms: Mr., Mrs., Sat., Feb., Dr., Hon. FALSE.
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What two things did the Black Codes try to accomplish? They tried to prevent freedmen from voting. They attempted to force blacks back into slavery. They prevented blacks from some employment. They limited where freedmen could go.
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Two things the Black Codes tried to accomplish were: They tried to prevent freedmen from voting; and they attempted to force blacks back into (a form of) slavery.
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Select all that apply. Chanticleer: is a humble fellow has a red comb and a yellow bill has azure legs and toes, white spurs has burnished golden plumage is a self-important rooster
Weegy: In order to convince her that his dream was important, he tells the stories of men who dreamed of murder and then discovered it. [ [ [ [ His point in telling these stories is to prove to Pertelote that ?Mordre will out? (3052)?murder will reveal itself?even and especially in dreams. Chanticleer cites textual examples of famous dream interpretations to further support his thesis that dreams are portentous. ] ] ] ] (More)
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In Chaucer's Nun's Priest's Tale, Chanticleer is a self-important rooster with a red comb, azure legs and toes, white spurs, and burnished golden plumage.
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Choose the accidental that raises a pitch. sharp accelerando flat mp
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In musical notation, the accidental that raises a pitch is a SHARP.
piano.about.com/od/musicaltermsa1/g/GL_sharp.htm
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