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The speaker of "Chicago" celebrates all of the following except the city's a. vitality. c. delicacy. b. diversity.
The speaker of "Chicago" celebrates all of the following except the city's diversity.
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User: The speaker of "Chicago" celebrates all of the following except the city's a. vitality. c. delicacy. b. diversity.

Weegy: The speaker of "Chicago" celebrates all of the following except the city's diversity.
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User: Which of the following is closest in meaning to brutal and wanton as used here? And they tell me you are brutal and my reply is: On the faces of women and children I have seen the marks of wanton hunger. a. sad c. careless b. desperate d. cruel

Weegy: C. Careless
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User: Which of the following phrases from "Chicago" is an epithet? a. "city with lifted head singing" c. "Laughing even as an ignorant fighter laughs" b. "Freight Handler to the Nation"

Weegy: a. "city with lifted head singing" is an epithet.
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User: The attitude of the speaker of "Chicago" toward the city could best be described as a. proud. c. pessimistic. b. apologetic.

Weegy: The attitude of the speaker of "Chicago" toward the city could best be described as a. proud. [smille]
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Weegy: c. ?here is a tall bold slugger set vivid against the little soft cities? User: The speaker of "Chicago" admits that the city is all of the following except a. cruel. c. corrupt. b. weary Weegy: c. corrupt User: The attitude of the speaker of "Chicago" toward the city could best be described as a. proud. c. pessimistic. b. apologetic. Weegy: The attitude of the speaker of "Chicago" toward the city could best be described as a. proud. [smille] (More)
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