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After independence, both Singapore and Myanmar a. were controlled by dictators. b. set up socialist economies. c. joined a union with Malaya. d. were economically isolated.
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Weegy: d. ?. . . his underjaw?d begin to stick out like the fo?castle of a steamboat, . . .? is an example of hyperbole. User: Mark Twain’s purpose in writing “The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County” was most likely to— a entertain his readers b teach readers about famous people from the past c describe life in a mining camp d warn readers about the evils of gambling Weegy: a. warn readers about the evils of gambling User: A literary device in which a story is told within another story is a(n)— a interior monologue b frame story c comic device d tall tale User: A literary device in which a story is told within another story is a(n)— a. interior monologue b. frame story c. comic device d. tall tale User: Why does the narrator listen to Simon Wheeler’s long story? a. The narrator is collecting local stories. b. The narrator has been backed into a corner. c. The narrator wants to find out more about Jim Smiley. d. The narrator and Simon Wheeler are old friends. Weegy: The answer is a. The narrator is collecting local stories (More)
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DNA replication begins at specific sites called origins of replication. A. true B. false
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TRUE. DNA replication begins at specific sites called origins of replication.
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How many codons represent the amino acid Val? A. 4 B. 2 C. 6 D. 1
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4 codons represent the amino acid Val.
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