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Q: Calvin "Silent Cal" Coolidge was widely known for being A. tasteless. B. tacit. C. tactless. D. taciturn.
A: Calvin "Silent Cal" Coolidge was widely known for being taciturn.
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User: Calvin "Silent Cal" Coolidge was widely known for being A. tasteless. B. tacit. C. tactless. D. taciturn.

Weegy: Calvin "Silent Cal" Coolidge was widely known for being taciturn.
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User: Verbatim means A. pertaining to the back. B. elegance in talk. C. incoherence. D. quoted word for word

Weegy: Verbatim means quoted word for word.
Expert answered|Andrew.|Points 1828|

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