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__________ is an example of a beverage with a high congeners content. Wine A wine cooler Vodka Beer
Weegy: beer is an example of a beverage with high congeners content (More)
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Updated 5/28/2014 11:40:13 AM
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Vodka is an example of a beverage with high congeners content.
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It's difficult to answer this question. Vodka is low in congeners. RED wine is high in congeners, white wine lower. Dark beers might be high in congeners - light ones lower. I can't find a clear comparison between "wine" and "beer" in order to answer the question though.
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Unless otherwise posted, in Florida the speed limit in school zones is: 15 mph 20 mph 10 mph 25 mph
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Unless otherwise posted, in Florida the speed limit in school zones is: 20 mph.

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What prohibits you from increasing your speed until the vehicle that is passing you has completed the passing maneuver? Common courtesy Nothing Right-of-way laws Florida law
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Common courtesy prohibits you from increasing your speed while someone passes you.
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Florida law prohibits you from increasing your speed until the vehicle that is passing you has completed the passing maneuver. True False
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Florida law prohibits you from increasing your speed until the vehicle that is passing you has completed the passing maneuver. TRUE.
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What prohibits you from increasing your speed until the vehicle that is passing you has completed the passing maneuver?
Weegy: Common sense, decency.. that sort of thing. Legally... how it's categorised would depend on the state, but most would consider speeding up to prevent someone from passing to be aggressive driving. (More)
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