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How did Shakespeare achieve an elevated social status? He was born into gentry. He was knighted by Elizabeth for his excellent plays. He was given a coat of arms. He didn't, but his contemporaries considered him "noble."
Weegy: The answer is C. He was given a coat of arms. More details can be found on William's own website here: Which includes a picture of the shield for you to see. User: Which of the following best describes William Shakespeare of Stratford? a modestly educated man with humble beginnings a highly educated nobleman an uneducated genius from a peasant background a poor boy who worked his way through college Weegy: c.an uneducated genius from a peasant background. User: Which of the following best describes William Shakespeare of Stratford? a modestly educated man with humble beginnings a highly educated nobleman an uneducated genius from a peasant background a poor boy who worked his way through college Weegy: an uneducated genius from a peasant background (More)
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am reading Shakespeare and i need the definition of the word cross'd
Weegy: a. An upright post with a transverse piece near the top, on which condemned persons were executed in ancient times. b. often Cross The upright post with a transverse piece upon which Jesus was crucified. c. A crucifix. d. [ Any of various modifications of the cross design, such as a Latin cross or Maltese cross. e. A medal, emblem, or insignia in the form of a cross. ] User: another word for yonder Weegy: Some other words include beyond, distance, farness, offing, and remoteness. (More)
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Hierarchy is a principle of visual design. It allows designers to show the viewer which objects are most important. True False
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Hierarchy is a principle of visual design. It allows designers to show the viewer which objects are most important. TRUE.
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A postulate is a statement requiring proof. True False
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