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Thomas More, who died for what he believed in, coined the word _____.
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Thomas More, who died for what he believed in, coined the word UTOPIA.
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By the end of the Convention, 39 delegates signed the Constitution. True False User: The Eighth Amendment deals with User: The U.S. Constitution addressed three diverse issues including: presidential elections extradition of a criminal back to a state for trial qualifications for law enforcement officials state sales tax making laws
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Prince Clemens von Metternich was chief minister of the _____ monarchy. Bourbon Romanov Prussian Habsburg
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Prince Clemens von Metternich was chief minister of the Habsburg monarchy.
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The Industrial Revolution started in Germany in the nineteenth century. True False
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The answer is false. The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain in the eighteenth century.
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Ptolemy, an early Greek astronomer, thought the orbits of the planets were _____. circular no definite shape ovals elliptical
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Ptolemy, an early Greek astronomer, thought the orbits of the planets were circular.
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