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I was in the National Forest with my camera. The day was crisp, and the leaves were turning gold and red. When I spotted the white-tailed buck, I froze. He wasn't more than 15 yards from where I was standing. The wind must have been right, because he kept on browsing the mossy ground. I lifted my camera very slowly. Carefully, holding my breath, I lifted the camera to my eye. Turning the focus ring, I framed the deer's head. Just as I was ready to press the shutter release, the buck raised his ...
Weegy: head. He was looking my way with wide eyes. Click. I took the picture. An instant later, the deer bounded away into the forest. He took off, but I had the shot. Today, the framed photo of that buck hangs above our fireplace. User: Which one of the following pieces of writing would you be most likely to believe as true? A. A letter to the editor of a newspaper in which a citizen explains the dangerous condition of a public building B. An advertisement you receive in the mail regarding the benefits of a memory pill C. An article on the greenhouse effect written by a Hollywood movie star D. An article on heart health written by a cardiologist Weegy: D. An article on heart health written by a cardiologist (More)
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n American society, romantic love is considered the main reason for people to marry. On the other hand, in some societies, romantic love is considered a form of obsession or madness. In fact, even in many societies where "true love" is not considered a form of insanity, arranged marriages are still the norm. For example, in many cultures it's believed that marriage is basically an economic arrangement. Thus, a farmer needs a wife both to bear children and to share the farm work while raising ...
Weegy: What is the main idea in this paragraph? D. Different societies have different ideas about the purpose of marriage. User: n American society, romantic love is considered the main reason for people to marry. On the other hand, in some societies, romantic love is considered a form of obsession or madness. In fact, even in many societies where "true love" is not considered a form of insanity, arranged marriages are still the norm. For example, in many cultures it's believed that marriage is basically an economic arrangement. Thus, a farmer needs a wife both to bear children and to share the farm work while raising new "hands" as additional farm labor. In other societies, marriage is mainly about cementing connections between families. Indeed, most marriages between members of European royal or aristocratic lineages were primarily aimed at creating trust, loyalty, and mutual obligations between privileged and powerful families. 13. What is the main idea in this paragraph? A. Marriage is usually a family affair. B. Different societies have different ideas about the purpose of marriage. C. True love is a sound basis for marriage. D. Arranged marriages are more practical than those based on romantic love. Weegy: What is the main idea in this paragraph? D. Different societies have different ideas about the purpose of marriage. User: While broadcasting a football game, the announcer exclaimed, "I can't believe it. Carl James just scored a touchdown. That's right; I said Carl James. Even Carl looks as if he can't believe it either." What can you infer from these statements? A. The announcer is prejudiced against Carl. B. Carl is a player who is popular with the crowd. C. Carl doesn't score touchdowns very often. D. The announcer is happy for Carl. Weegy: C. Carl doesn't score touchdowns very often. User: Both Seagulls and wild geese are large birds. They're also similar in that both kinds of birds can fly over great distances. On the other hand, seagulls ... (More)
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