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The Roman playwright who used puns in his farces was Plautus; Seneca; Aristotle; Terrence .
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User: The Roman playwright who used puns in his farces was Plautus; Seneca; Aristotle; Terrence .

Weegy: Hello, The Roman playwright who used puns in his farces was PLAUTUS
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User: When can an essay writer cite only the page number of a source in parentheses? only when the source is well known only when the source is named in the text itself only when there is only one source used This is never correct.

Weegy: Essay writer cite only the page number of a source in parentheses when the source is well known.
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