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Arteries carry blood ________ the heart. A. Away from B. Towards C. Closer to D. All of the above
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User: Arteries carry blood ________ the heart. A. Away from B. Towards C. Closer to D. All of the above

User: The capillaries, the smallest and most ________ of the blood vessels A. Expansive B. Diverse C. Powerful D. Numerous

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The capillaries, the smallest and most numerous of the blood vessels.

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