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The young man hopes she will _____. help him escape signal him the door with the lady give him a ring run away with him
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User: The young man hopes she will _____. help him escape signal him the door with the lady give him a ring run away with him

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thewolf010|Points 1160|

User: The young man hopes she will _____. help him escape signal him the door with the lady give him a ring run away with him

Weegy: do you have any choices for this question? thanks
thewolf010|Points 1160|

User: The young man hopes she will _____. help him escape signal him the door with the lady give him a ring run away with him





Weegy: help him escape
Expert answered|bananayumboat|Points 383|

User: What was the crime the young man committed? kidnapping the princess insulting the princess loving the princess the story does not specify

Weegy: kidnapping the princess
Expert answered|bananayumboat|Points 383|



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a paragraph naming three possible agendas and one example of each that you might find in the media.
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The purpose of diplomacy is the protection of a nation's interests abroad. first person second person third person
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