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Which of the following did not result from the over-working and deaths of Native Americans in Spanish Colonies? a. The abolishment of Encomiendas. c. The importation of African slaves. b. The passing of the New Laws of the Indies. d. The establishment of the Council of Indies.
Weegy: Which of the following did not result from the over working and deaths of Native Americans in Spanish d. The establishment of the Council of Indies. [ ] (More)
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When reading or presenting poetry to an audience, your _______________ must remain constant. a. gestures c. tone b. eye contact d. volume
Weegy: This is the best answer: d. volume. User: A poetry interpretation should contain _________________. a. an opening remark c. a discussion of the reading b. a reading of the selection d. all of the above Weegy: c. a discussion of the reading This is the answer. (More)
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Which of the following is a way that humans impact rivers and streams? a. pollution b. dams c. flooding d. all of the above
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All of the above (pollution, dams and flooding) are ways that humans impact rivers and streams.
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Skyscrapers and mass transit, which were developed in the late 1800s, contributed to the size of large cities in America. True or false
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Skyscrapers and mass transit, which were developed in the late 1800s, contributed to the size of large cities in America.
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Which of the following is most likely the root word of travel.
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The root word of "travel" is "travail".
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