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"The skeleton has many functions, which of these is NOT one of those functions?" A. Movement B. Protection C. Digestion D. Support
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C. Digestion is not a function of the skeleton.
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Ouch, I meant to type in digestion!
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Sharpies here, I meant to type in digestion, but was not paying attention. My mistake!!!
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The humerus (upper arm bone) is part of which system(s)? A. Cranial B. Cranial and Axial C. Postcranial D. Postcranial and Appendicular
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List and describe the five manners of death. Also, give an example of two manners of death.
Weegy: 1. natural manner of death: the death is a consequence of one or a combination of natural diseases. example: died in cancer 2. unintentional: a. [ accidental manner of death: unintended and essentially unavoidable death, not by a natural, suicidal or homicidal manner b. accidental manner of death because of failure of supervision: This mostly applies to children. This might also include adults with known or unknown underlying health problems who either knowingly "push the limit" or "push the limit", ignorant of the danger. c. homicidal manner of death: if one human is responsible for the death of another but in an involuntary way & without legally negligent behavior, the death may be legally called "involuntary manslaughter". Were you in the right-hand lane of a 4-lane road & were to wave a driver waiting at a parking lot exit to come across in front of your stopped lane and the driver's intent (known or unknown) was to LEFT turn and he/she gets T-boned & killed by an unseen moving driver in the other lane on your side, you MAY be guilty of involuntary manslaughter 3. intentional: a. suicidal: Death caused by self, with some degree of conscious intent. A permanent solution to what could be a temporary problem! One should always be very skeptical on hearing of a multi-injury death being ruled as a suicidal manner of death. While Munchausen syndrome deaths are self-caused by the deceased, society does not...by convention...count these as suicidal. There are a few instances of secret set-ups for suicidal death by another recognized; and there are others less conventionally recognized types of suicidal degrees of recklessly indifferent risky behavior. Society also does not count self-caused deaths as suicide (1) due to calculated (society sometimes even celebrating such deaths when happening under celebrated & advertised challenges) deaths in high risk activities (remember lucky Evel Knievel but not-so-fortunate Mt. ] (More)
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What type of investing is holding an asset for an extended period of time of one to thirty years or longer? A. short term B. middle term C. long term D. permanent
Weegy: LONG TERM is a type of investing that holds an asset for an extended period of time. Depending on the type of security, a long-term asset can be held for as little as one year or for as long as 30 years or more. (More)
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