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The rioters go looking for Death because they — a. want to repent of their sins and find salvation b. plan to avenge the deaths of their friends c. know he has great treasure d. want to banish him
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In "The Pardoner's Tale, the rioters go looking for Death because they — plan to avenge the deaths of their friends.
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User: The rioters go looking for Death because they — a. want to repent of their sins and find salvation b. plan to avenge the deaths of their friends c. know he has great treasure d. want to banish him from England

Weegy: a. want to repent of their sins and find salvation
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In "The Pardoner's Tale, the rioters go looking for Death because they — plan to avenge the deaths of their friends.
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