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Soot is a type of pollution develops from vehicle exhaust and smokestacks.
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The effort needed by all sectors of a society during a conflict is called A. total war. B. the Holocaust. C. a skirmish. D. rationing.
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The effort needed by all sectors of a society during a conflict is called total war.
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On average, the new top three industries in Pennsylvania are education, hospitals, and construction.
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