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The evolution of agricultural practices ultimately led to the development of _____. A. migration B. the use of fire C. towns and cities D. hunter-gatherers
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Between 500 and 1450, a rivalry developed between the Christian European states and _____. A. Muslim African and Asian states B. Christian African and Asian states C. Taoist European and African states D. Buddhist Asian and European states
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