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People who flee to another country to escape persecution or danger are called a. illegal aliens. c. enemy aliens. b. refugees. d. non-resident aliens.
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People who flee to another country to escape persecution or danger are called REFUGEES.
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What is a heterogeneous society? a. society that is mixed with different type of people c. society that has multilevel citizenships b. society that is the same races d. society that has multilevel equality
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A heterogeneous society is society that is mixed with different type of people.
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There are three ways of becoming a U.S. citizen and they include all of the following EXCEPT: a. being born in the U.S. c. being naturalized b. being born in a foreign country of American parentage d. being born in a country that has diplomatic ties with the U.S.
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There are three ways of becoming a U.S. citizen and they include all of the following EXCEPT being born in a country that has diplomatic ties with the U.S.


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What constitutional act required that federal agencies hold meetings that were open to the public and give at least one week’s notice for the public to attend? a. Civil Rights Act, 1964 b. Sunshine Act, 1976 c. Freedom of Information Act, 1966 d. Equal Employment Opportunity Act, 1972
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Sunshine Act, 1976 required that federal agencies hold meetings that were open to the public and give at least one week's notice for the public to attend.

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How can scientists use sedimentary rocks to learn about ancient environments? a. By comparing the kind of environment that produces certain kinds of rock today c. By looking at the size of the minerals in sedimentary rocks b. By looking at how deep sedimentary rocks are found d. By looking at the luster of sedimentary rocks
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