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The Turks were defeated by Crusaders at Jerusalem because a. they were severely outnumbered. c. they did not have horses. b. they suffered from the heat. d. they could not remain
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The Turks were defeated by Crusaders at Jerusalem because THEY COULD NOT REMAIN UNITED.
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The Turks were defeated by Crusaders at Jerusalem because THEY COULD NOT REMAIN UNITED.


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The Turks were defeated by Crusaders at Jerusalem because a. they were severely outnumbered. c. they did not have horses. b. they suffered from the heat. d. they could not remain united.
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