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The amount of matter an object has is referred to as its Mass.
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Which sentence is wrong because it's not parallel? A. We neither had the money for a taxi nor were exactly sure where we were. B. We had neither the money for a taxi nor a good idea of exactly where we were. C. We neither had the money for a taxi nor knew exactly where we were. D. We had neither the money for a taxi nor were we exactly sure where we were
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We had neither the money for a taxi nor were we exactly sure where we were. is wrong because it's not parallel.
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Which word refers to a character portrayed as an opponent of the main character in a narrative? A. protagonist B. static character C. antagonist D. flat character
Weegy: Which word refers to a character portrayed as an opponent of the main character in a narrative? Answer: A. [ protagonist protagonist (from the Greek p??ta????st?? protagonistes, "one who plays the first part, chief actor"[1]) is the main character (the central or primary personal figure) of a literary, theatrical, cinematic, or musical narrative, who ends up in conflict because of the antagonist. The audience is intended to most identify with the protagonist. In the theatre of Ancient Greece, three actors played all of the main dramatic roles in a tragedy; the leading role was played by the protagonist, while the other roles were played by deuteragonist and the tritagonist. ] (More)
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