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How is an appeals court different then a traditional federal court? a. There are three justices in an appeals court. c. There are no options after the appeals court. b. There are three justices in a traditional federal court. d. There are more chances to be heard at an appeals court.
Weegy: How is an appeals court different then a traditional federal court? an appeal court is when the defendant or plaintiff is not happy with the results of the case , so they ask for a retrial in a higher court of law. [ A traditional federal court of law, you have a defendant and a plaintiff, fighting against each other civilly over an issue. ] (More)
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Recreational activities can cause an increase in erosion rates. true or false?
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What is a stanza? A. the end rhyme of each line B. one line of poetry C. one unit or group of lines in a poem D. a poem that takes the shape of something else
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A stanza is one unit or group of lines in a poem.

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When a customer's need for a product is not urgent, demand tends to be a. inelastic. c. complementary. b. elastic. d. unit elastic.
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When a customer's need for a product is not urgent, demand tends to be ELASTIC.

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Zoom!” is an example of what? A. consonance B. assonance C. onomatopoeia D. alliteration
Weegy: Consonance A common type of near rhyme that consists of identical consonant sounds preceded by different vowel sounds: home, same; worth, breath. See also rhyme. ex. He struck a streak of bad luck (struck, streak, luck). (More)
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"Zoom!" is an example of: onomatopoeia
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