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34. The ideas of __________ can be found in the American Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution. (1 point)Thomas Wilson John Calvin Miguel de Cervantes John Locke
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Amandabeers, Please make sure to properly restate the question. You should include the main part of the question.

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The ideas of John Locke can be found in the American Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.
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Hi andrew/debnjerry!

I am looking for an answer by a moderator. Is there any new policy that 'deducts' the amount earned by the expert. An expert I referred mentioned this to me, saying that he had 60 cent yesterday, and now has only 24 c in his monthly earning. Can you please confirm why is that?
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uxiali, earnings for answers that are flagged are deducted.
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@debnjerry,
No wonder i saw my earnings decreased sometimes. I thought it was a problem of the system.
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4. Filial piety refers to the duty of (1 point)family members to subordinate their needs to the male head. parents to subordinate their needs to their educated children. Hindus to accept their position in the social order. Israelites to follow the Ten Commandments.
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8. The departure of Muhammad from Makkah for Madinah is called (1 point)Hijrah. Kaaba. Quran. hajj.
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