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The question below refers to the selection "Lamb to the Slaughter." From Mary Maloney’s dialogue, you know that her husband — A. is unemployed. B. is a police
officer. C. works for a butcher. D. sells life insurance
The most appropriate answer is, B. is a police officer.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "Lamb to the Slaughter." From Mary Maloney’s dialogue, you know that her husband — A. is unemployed. B. is a police officer. C. works for a butcher. D. sells life insurance





Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, B. is a police officer.
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User: The question below refers to the selection "Lamb to the Slaughter." The dramatic irony of the officer’s comment that the murder weapon is “Probably right under our very noses” comes from the fact that — A. it really is under their noses. B. Mary is giggling uncontrollably. C. it is not what we expected him to say. D. the situation is far worse than he thinks.

Weegy: The most appropriate answer is, A. it really is under their noses.
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