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The origin of the universe remains a question. true or false
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Updated 8/28/2014 12:13:17 AM
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TRUE. The origin of the universe remains a question.
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The two houses of British Parliament are the: House of Commons House of Representatives House of Lords House of Governance
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The two houses of British Parliament are the: House of Commons and House of Lords.

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The British parliamentary general election is held every (four, five, three) years
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The British parliamentary general election is held every FIVE years.

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The Prime Minister and his cabinet are controlled by (Parliament, special interest groups, the monarchy)
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The Prime Minister and his cabinet are controlled by Parliament.
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One similarity between the United States Supreme Court and the British House of Lords is that: they are both appointed for life. they both can judge whether a law is in guideline with the constitution they both can judge the behavior of a high ranking official
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One similarity between the United States Supreme Court and the British House of Lords is that: they are both appointed for life.
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