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what is Robert Walton's ambition? why has he chosen this goal? User: what does Robert Walton's sorely miss?
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Robert Walton has the ambition to "tread a land never before imprinted by the foot of man" and that place is the north pole. He shares this in a letter home to his sister, Margaret. Robert Walton has chosen this goal mainly to explore a new place or land which is the north pole.
Robert Walton solely missed friendship , because he is very lonely. He ended up leaving everything that he had behind, just to reach his goal (which is to explore the North Pole, its' magnetic properties, and descover a pathway for the countries to get to it). He didn't really have friends on the ship, and he wanted to have a companion he could relate and share his feelings with.
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is maria liscano straight?
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Yes, she is straight. She's not a lesbian.
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Weegy: Restrictive clauses limit the possible meaning of a preceding subject. Example: The suspect in the lineup who has red hair committed the crime. Note how the subject "suspect" in this sentence is restricted in two ways: we know that this suspect [ is both in the lineup and has red hair. As a result, we know that the other suspects, who are not in the lineup, could not have committed the crime. Moreover, of those suspects in the lineup, we know that the one suspect in the lineup with red hair committed the crime. If there were more than one suspect in the lineup with red hair, the above usage would be incorrect because it implies a different meaning. ] (More)
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