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Which is not a position that Chaucer held in his lifetime? civil servant diplomat novelist comptroller
Which is not a position that Chaucer held in his lifetime? comptroller
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User: Chaucer is believed to have had _____ children. two four three

User: Philippa Roet was Chaucer's _____. mother sister daughter wife

User: Which is not a position that Chaucer held in his lifetime? civil servant diplomat novelist comptroller

Weegy: Which is not a position that Chaucer held in his lifetime? comptroller
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