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. A large, organized religion that is not officially linked with the state or government is known as a. an ecclesia. b. a denomination. c. a cult. d. a sect
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User: . A large, organized religion that is not officially linked with the state or government is known as a. an ecclesia. b. a denomination. c. a cult. d. a sect

Weegy: The answer is A.Denomination.
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User: _______ is the largest single source of ancestry of people in the United States today. a. England b. Ireland c. Mexico d. Germany







Weegy: a.England,s the largest single source of ancestry of people in the United States today.
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