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city of chicago v. commonwealth edison company how can this legal action be ethically justified?
Weegy: The record clearly indicates that the trial court's findings were not against the manifest weight of the evidence. [ The City did not demonstrate that emissions from the Edison facility in Hammond, Indiana constituted a common law nuisance to the residents of Chicago. No unreasonable or substantial injury was evidenced. The record does not justify enjoining the operation of Edison's Indiana power plant. The judgment is affirmed. ] (More)
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You calculate the following answer to a problem: 12.655 cm. You are asked to round your answer to four significant figures. Which answer is correct? a. 12.66 cm b. 12.65 cm c. 12.60 cm d. 12.70 cm
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A good epigram should be written in words that are — a. alliterative c. memorable b. elaborate d. conversational
Weegy: A good epigram should be written in words that are: c. memorable. (More)
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A good epigram should be written in words that are memorable, and sometimes surprising or satirical statement.
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One characteristic of an epigram is ? a. metaphysical complexity c. the theme of love b. romanticism d. wittiness
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One characteristic of an epigram is wittiness. Epigram is a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever way. it is also a short poem especially a satirical one having a witty or ingenious end.
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The _______________________________ gave the President the power to deport anyone, and required that immigrants wait 14 years before becoming citizens. a. Alien & Sedition Acts b. Virginia Resolutions c. Kentucky Resolutions d. Citizenship and Registration Acts
Weegy: The A. Alien & Sedition Acts gave the President the power to deport anyone and require immigrants to wait 14 years before becoming citizens (More)
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