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Which of these statements does not describe the importance of assimilation in Africa to Europeans? a. Assimilation would make it easier for Europeans to work with colonized peoples. c. Assimilation would encourage native people to buy Europeans products. b. Assimilation would make it easier for Europeans to control colonized people. d. Assimilation would encourage native people to create their own economies.
Weegy: Which of these statements does not describe the importance of assimilation in Africa to Europeans? c. Assimilation would encourage native people to buy Europeans products. (More)
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The statement that does not describe the importance of assimilation in Africa to Europeans is: d. Assimilation would encourage native people to create their own economies.

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What was Russification? a. Terrorist attacks by groups like People’s Will c. Imposing Russian will on other peoples in the empire b. Attacks on Jewish villages in Russia d. A new parliamentary body, elected by the people
Weegy: b. Attacks on Jewish villages in Russia User: Threats to Napoleon's empire included all of the following, except a. the Battle of Austerlitz. c. the Congress of Vienna. b. Alexander I. d. nationalism. Weegy: Threats to Napoleon's empire included all of the following, except the answer is, d. nationalism. (More)
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Threats to Napoleon's empire included all of the following, except: C. the Congress of Vienna.
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committed suicide after being defeated by Octavian User: In the 1700s, Latin American politics was dominated by a. the peninsulares. b. the mulattoes. c. the mestizos. d. the creoles.
Weegy: In the 1700s, Latin American politics was dominated by: a. the peninsulares. User: Which statement best describes Indian views of the British? a. They viewed British culture with disguist and thought of them as inferior. c. A few Indians admired British power, but most wanted reform. b. Most Indians were impressed by British power, but a few wanted reform. d. All classes of Indians, from landowners to lower class, rejected all British influence. Weegy: b. Most Indians were impressed by British power, but a few wanted reform best describes Indian views of the British. [smile] User: In France, the Premier was responsible to the Chamber of a. Commerce. c. Ministerials. b. Deputies. d. the Senate. Weegy: In France, the Premier was responsible to the Chamber of B. Deputies. User: What did the Concordat of 1801 do? a. It replaced the Directory. c. It put forth new laws created by Napoleon. b. It named Napoleon as Emperor. d. It took control of the church and made peace with Catholics. Weegy: What did the Concordat of 1801 do? d. It took control of the church and made peace with Catholics. User: What was the Book of the Courtier about? a. It summarized Christian thought in Italy during the Renaissance. c. It compared Medieval art with paintings of the Renaissance. b. It was about dating and how men and women should treat each other. d. It was about how to act in society and be polite. (More)
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Marcus Antonius (Mark Anthony) committed suicide after being defeated by Octavian.
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Which of the following statements, about the change in rights of the Second Estate as a result of the National Assembly, is not true? a. Nobles were no longer exempt from paying taxes. c. Nobles were no longer able to collect dues. b. Nobles were no longer able to own property. d. Nobles would no longer have exclusive hunting rights.
Weegy: a. Nobles were no longer exempt from paying taxes. is not true about the change in rights of the Second Estate as a result of the National Assembly User: The early development of Rome was most influenced by the a. Macedonians, who lived in huts and were herders and farmers. b. Greeks, who raised pets and passed on their alphabet. c. Etruscans, who launched a building program that turned Rome into a city. d. Campanians, who were advanced architects and soldiers. (More)
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b. Nobles were no longer able to own property, of the following statements, about the change in rights of the Second Estate as a result of the National Assembly, is not true
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The early development of Rome was most influenced by the c. Etruscans, who launched a building program that turned Rome into a city.
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Read the following directions for making a cup of hot tea. 1. Pour water into the cup. 2. Add sugar and/or milk if needed. Why are the above instructions in need of revision? A. The above instructions do NOT need revision. B. The instructions are too general and do NOT specifically instruct on how to make a cup of hot tea. C. The instructions are extremely detailed for a simple process like making a cup of hot tea. D. The instructions are identical for the process of making iced tea or hot ...
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Directions for making a cup of hot tea: 1. Pour water into the cup. 2. Add sugar and/or milk if needed. The above instructions are in need of revision because: B. The instructions are too general and do NOT specifically instruct on how to make a cup of hot tea.
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