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Weegy: A. The look she gave her husband was as frigid as a winter wind. User: What can be concluded about the female character referred to in these lines? "Make one," said Anthony. "Take her for a walk in the park, or a straw ride, or walk home with her from church Chance! Pshaw!" "You don't know the social mill, dad. She's part of the stream that turns it. Every hour and minute of her time is arranged for days in advance." (from "Mammon and the Archer" by O. Henry) Select one of the options below as your answer:A. She is a leading participant in social activities. B. She has no time to spare from her work at a mill.C. She has to work hard to earn a living.D. She is dull with no time for romance. Weegy: Answer:.C. She has to work hard to earn a living. (More)
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