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People who travel to a different country and settle there are called A. cavaliers. B. mercenaries. C. loyalists. D. immigrants.
D. immigrants
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User: People who travel to a different country and settle there are called A. cavaliers. B. mercenaries. C. loyalists. D. immigrants.

Weegy: D. immigrants
mizzchrissee|Points 140|

User: After General Howe's forces defeated the Americans at Brooklyn Heights and White Plains, Washington's strategy called for A. surrounding the British and forcing them into one location. B. drawing British forces inland. C. retreating to the south. D. cutting British forces into two parts at Trenton.

Weegy: D. retreating to the south.
jeifunk|Points 7614|

User: If you had come to America to practice your Quaker religious beliefs, chances are you would have settled in A. New Jersey. B. Virginia. C. Pennsylvania. D. New England.

Weegy: This would be C., Pennsylvania. That state is also known as the "Quaker State" so it would be a logical choice to settle there and practice Quaker religious beliefs.
AnaisBree|Points 461|

User: Suppose your ancestors came from the highlands of western England and settled in the Appalachian Mountains of present-day West Virginia. Among the waves of immigrants from England, your ancestors probably were A. Quakers. B. Puritans. C. cavaliers. D. borderlanders.

Weegy: The answer is D. Borderlanders. Thanks for asking Weegy!
Autumn2014|Points 301|

User: Under the English Westminster model, the highest court of appeals is A. a panel appointed by the prime minister. B. the House of Commons. C. the ruling King. D. the House of Lords.

Weegy: C. the House of Lords.
Fanboy|Points 2751|

User: Washington's surprise attack across the Delaware in December 1776 resulted in a victory against A. Hessian troops at Princeton. B. British troops at Dorchester Heights. C. Hessian troops at Trenton. D. British troops near Philadelphia.

Weegy: A. Hessian troops at Trenton
johpeter17|Points 151|

User: The first major military engagement of the American Revolution took place near A. Philadelphia. B. Yorktown. C. Boston. D. Saratoga.

User: The purpose of the petition sent to King George III by the First Continental Congress was to A. request that the king consider granting independence to the established colonies. B. declare the right to bear arms in pursuit of liberty. C. declare their right to approve laws passed by Parliament on behalf of the colonies. D. request a place in Parliament for colonial delegates.

User: The term suffrage refers to the A. extermination of Jews under Hitler. B. Soviet labor camps. C. freedom to make one's voice heard. D. right to vote.

Weegy: B. right to vote.
IAmSoLame|Points 690|

User: Which of these federal policing agencies is part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury? A. The Secret Service B. The Federal Bureau of Investigation C. Federal Emergency Management Agency D. The National Guard

User: what federal policing agencies is part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury?

Weegy: Policing is depicted as a way of crime control, ?Policing refers to organised forms of order maintenance, peace keeping, rule or law enforcement, crime investigation, [ and other forms of investigations and information brokering? Other maning is it the governmental department charged with the regulation and control of the affairs of a community, now chiefly the department established to maintain order, enforce the law, and prevent and detect crime. ]
hugyaw|Points 382|

User: Which of these federal policing agencies is part of the U.S. Department of the Treasury? A. The Secret Service B. The Federal Bureau of Investigation C. Federal Emergency Management Agency D. The National Guard





Weegy: A. The Secret Service
Expert answered|ash 24|Points 220|

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