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What is the definition of personification? A. using words to imitate sounds B. giving human qualities to objects C. comparing two unlike things using as D. putting two contradictory words together
Weegy: D. putting two contradictory words together (More)
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Personification is: B. giving human qualities to objects.
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Which BEST describes tone as it is used in poetry? A. the mood created by words B. the literal meaning of words C. the choice and order of words D. the rhyme and sound of words
Weegy: B. Every other line ends in a slant rhyme; the other lines use internal rhyme. (More)
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what function do you use to add the numbers in a set of rows in microsoft
Weegy: For Microsoft word go to the bulletin column on the top of the middle of the screen and click. You can list my alphabetical, numerical, bulletin, etc. Click the numerical setting (1.2.3.) If you would like it in a chart click "insert chart". [ Then, click on each row you would like to number and type in each number. ] (More)
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Which of the following substances act as a catalyst in the human body? A. carbohydrates B. enzymes C. steroids D. lipids
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ENZYMES act as a catalyst in the human body.
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A change from one state of matter to another involves the transfer of A. heat. B. atoms. C. phases. D. density.
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A change from one state of matter to another involves the transfer of Heat.

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