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Which of the following is NOT a concept of democracy? A. fundamental worth of every person B. minimal freedom C. majority rule and minority rights D. necessity of compromise
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Which definition is the best match for centrosphere? A. the center of the earth B. a tool for examining the eyes C. a place where two things come apart D. having an outcome that has already been determined by fate
Weegy: A. the center of the earth User: Using context clues and information contained within the word, choose the sentence that is BEST completed using the word malevolent? A. The _____ water log ride left me soaked to my underwear! B. The destructive clouds of the _____ storm boiled on the horizon. C. My exhausted, panting dog plopped to the ground with a _____ thud. D. She is so happy and friendly that every time I'm around her I feel _____. User: Which definition is the BEST match for iniquity? A. not easily excited; calm B. undeniable, incontestable C. gross injustice or wickedness D. a means of hiding something Weegy: C. gross injustice or wickedness User: What base word would BEST help to decipher the meaning of unconscionable? A. con B. conscience C. constitute D. connote Weegy: D. connote User: Which definition is the best match for opthalmoscope? A. the center of the earth B. a tool for examining the eyes C. a person who sends or submits payment D. having an outcome that has already been determined by fate Weegy: The answer is B.a tool for examining the eyes opthalmoscope is a tool for examining the eyes (More)
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Which concept of democracy does the statement below define? Everyone is significant in a democracy. A. fundamental worth of every person B. equality of all persons C. individual freedom D. necessity of compromise
Weegy: Which concept of democracy does the statement below define? Everyone is significant in a democracy. ANSWER: "B. equality of all persons". (More)
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