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Plants in the rainforest contribute to precipitation there through transpiration.
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A large portion of precipitation in the rainforest occurs as a result of _______. a. perspiration b. respiration c. oxidation d. transpiration
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What Mogul school of painting combined Persian with Indian motifs?
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"Akbar" style is the Mogul school of painting that combined Persian with Indian motifs.

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what was the general attitude of the chinese regarding trade with the western world?
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