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Choose the answer that best completes this sentence: The moon may have contributed to the evolution of life from _____. its gravitational pull sea to land keeping earth spinning on its axis its
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Choose the answer that best completes this sentence: The moon may have contributed to the evolution of life from keeping earth spinning on its axis
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