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Genoa, Pisa and Venice were important medieval trading centers found in? A.) England B.) France C.) Germany D.) Italy User: Genoa, Pisa and Venice were important medieval trading centers found in? A.) England B.) France C.) Germany D.) Italy User: what became the prime way of manufacturing during the middle ages User: A barter economy
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Kaysha, the issue about copying definitions was posted here:
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Yes. Jay901 posted that link as well. Thank you for letting me know. I think they should add that to the resources page just in case someone missed the blog posting.
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Thanks kaysha. Now, It's clear to me. I thought answers which contains copied content should only be deleted or edited in live conversations. Now, Weegy is changing so much, its hard to keep up with all the updates. :)
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I know Jay901. Its a lot of changes. You and andrew are filling me in on a lot. But if we continue to help each other as we are doing now, we will get it. Thank you for your assistance.
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You're welcome Kaysha and nice to see you back. :)
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The Connecticut Compromise was a compromise adopted at the Constitutional Convention, providing the states with equal representation in the Senate and proportional representation in the House of Representatives.

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