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How does Miniver Cheevy make himself feel better? (in “Miniver Cheevy”) A. He writes of knighthood. B. He relies on alcohol. C. He teaches Greek history. D. He dresses in royal clothing.
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In the poem "Miniver Cheevy" by E. A. Robinson, Miniver Cheevy (B.) relies on alcohol to make himself feel better.
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Participial phrases consist only of the participal. User: After the group is snowbound, Oakhurst’s thoughts are that they are victims of what? (“The Outcasts of Poker Flat”) A. Bad luck B. An earned fate C. Tragic circumstances D. An unforeseeable accident
Weegy: A. Bad luck User: What characteristic of regionalism is contained in the following quotation: “It’s agin justice,” said Jim Wheeler, “to let this yer young mad…carry away our money”? (“The Outcasts of Poker Flat”) A. Sentimentality B. Direct characterization C. Regional dialect D. Emphasis on setting. Weegy: C. Regional dialect User: One of the central conflicts of “A Wagner Matinee” is between... A. the hard life of the Nebraska frontier and the cultured world of Boston. B. the narrator’s dilemma over whether to stay on the Nebraska farm or return to the city. C. the decision whether to ranch or to farm on the Nebraska frontier. D. Aunt Georgiana and her husband. Weegy: D. Aunt Georgiana and her husband. User: At one point Weathers thinks about his damaged hands, face, and blindness; why did he think that those things were the “small stuff’”? Left for Dead A. They aren’t important to life. B. They meant nothing in the face of death. C. They are all small, unimportant parts of the body. D. They meant nothing compared to the state of his feet. Weegy: They meant nothing in the face of death. User: The following question refers to the biography of “T.S. Eliot” in Unit 2: Who are the “symbolists?” A. A group of poets who utilize symbols within their writing. B. A group of nineteenth-century American poets. C. A group of twentieth-century French poets. D. A group of nineteenth-century French poets. (More)
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Participial phrases consist only of the participal.
B. False
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“This is Just to Say” is mainly about- A. the wonder of everyday things. B. the courage to eat peaches. C. the feeling of regret. D. the fear of being punished.
Weegy: D. the fear of being punished. (More)
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This is Just to Say” is mainly about the wonder of everyday things.
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ZG Jewelers purchased fashion wristwatches for $38.87. This jewelry store regularly marks up fashion merchandise 52 percent of the selling price. What is the minimum selling price that ZG Jewelers should charge? A. $59.23 B. $80.98 C. $57.20 D. $74.94
Weegy: The answer is A. $59.23. (More)
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38.87 is cost price .

Mark up is 52 % on selling price .

So Selling Price = 38.87*100/48 = $80.98 (approx )
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