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military service given by a vassal to his lord in exchange for land and protection User: demesne
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Demesne is a land attached to a manor and retained for the owner’s own use.
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Self-concept is influenced by the values instilled in a person by his or her self-conceptcultureself-fulfilling prophecyself-evaluation
Weegy: self-image A person's perception of himself or herself. It is often defined by self-description, for example, ‘I am a father, athlete…’ and so on. [ It is thought to have three components: • the ideal self (the person you would like to be) • the public self (the image you think other people have of you) • the real self (what you really think about yourself). Sometimes a conflict between the real self and the other components results in anxiety. In sport, this can be detrimental to performance and there are a number of psychological training methods to improve self-concept. In addition, to maintain good mental health, the public and ideal self should be compatible with the real self. ] (More)
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History of the Kings of Britain User: Brut
Weegy: Destiny rules all. Few are kings. One was chosen. King Brute is an epic tale of the first king of Britain. In 1200 BC at the conquest of Troy by the Greeks, the Trojan king Aeneas escapes to Italy. Two generations later, his descendant Brute is born. [ Banished from Italy after accidentally killing his father, he is captured at sea by the Greeks. He then struggles to win his freedom as an athlete and unite the captive Trojan people to defeat their captors. He succeeds and then goes on a quest to find a new homeland, eventually landing in what was to become Britain. Based on Geoffrey of Monmouth‘s 12th Century, Historia Regum Britanniae, King Brute brings back to life this old legend, as Brute and his band of countrymen battle huge armies, bloodthirsty pirates, fire breathing sea dragons, tattooed pygmy Picts, hideous giants, cruel natural forces and time itself ] (More)
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What is not a characteristic of the folk ballad? a simple story told through dialogue involves repetition uses improvised stanza formats has a regular rhyme scheme
Weegy: The folk ballad belongs to the oral tradition. It is anonymous, and it is transmitted from singer to singer by word of mouth. [ The folk ballad is found among illiterate and semiliterate peoples, and is still a living tradition in Sicily, parts of Greece, and the central Balkans. ................. Folk ballads have certain common characteristics. The story, which often begins abruptly and moves rapidly, is told as an impersonal narrative, primarily through dialogue and action. The theme is often tragic and the events sensational (though there are also a number of comic ballads). A ballad typically deals with a single episode, with minimal imagery or background information, and little attempt to develop character. Many ballads also have refrains or use the technique of incremental repetition, a rhetorical device in which the same phrase is repeated with progressive variations over the course of the poem. .............. ] (More)
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