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under the english westminster model, the highest court of appeals is? the house of lords? a panel appointed by the prime minister? the ruling king? the house of commons?
Under the English Westminster model, the highest court of appeals is B. the House of Lords.
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User: under the english westminster model, the highest court of appeals is? the house of lords? a panel appointed by the prime minister? the ruling king? the house of commons?

Weegy: Under the English Westminster model, the highest court of appeals is B. the House of Lords.
grefaldiomarites|Points 262|

User: the german leader who headed the nazi party was? hitler? peron? stalin? idi amin?

Weegy: Asked The german leader who headed the nazi party was a idi amin b stalin c perón d hitler and said it was the same as The German leader who headed [ the Nazi party ... ]


User: which of the following is not an authoritarian form of government? (a) absolute monarchy? (b) direct democracy? (c) totalitarianism? (d) dictatorship?

Weegy: Which of the following is not an authoritarian form of government? C. Direct democracy
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User: probably the main reason africans, rather than native americans, became slaves in america was that? (a) indians were unable to master the work required of slaves? africans were already adapted to slavery? (c) indians passed north american diseases to the europeans? (d) africans and europeans shared immunities to old world diseases?

Weegy: D. Africans and Europeans shared immunities to Old World diseases.
saradhik|Points 20|

User: what happened as a result of the so-called intolerable acts (a) a massacre occurred on the boston commons (b)the port of boston was closed (c) the famous boston tea party was planned (d)a committee of correspondence was formed?

Weegy: What happened as a result of the so-called Intolerable Acts? D. The port of Boston was closed.
BRB|Points 34|

User: after general howes forces defeated the americans at brooklyn heights and white plains, washingtons strategy called for? (a) cutting british forces into two parts at trenton? (b) surrounding the british and forcing them into one location? (c) drawing british forces inland (d) retreating to the south?

Weegy: After General Howe's forces defeated the Americans at Brooklyn Heights and White Plains, Washington's strategy called for (b)surrounding the British and forcing them into one location.
Expert answered|MrG|Points 5236|

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