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According to the text, the development of agriculture could have been a result of all of the following except A. abundance and leisure. B. population pressure. C. religion. D. increasing climatic stability.
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According to the text, the development of agriculture could have been a result of all of the following except A. religion. B. population pressure. C. increasing climatic stability. D. abundance and leisure.
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Most of those who fear globalization worry that it will lead to? A. cultural diversity B. a plural world. C. a new Europeanization of the globe. D. Americanization
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Most of those who fear globalization worry that it will lead to Americanization.
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Within an internal combustion engine, the can-shaped component that moves up and down the cylinder and is the main moving part in the engine is the A. crankshaft. B. connecting rod. C. piston. D. spark plug.
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The periodic table was developed based upon the work of which scientist? A. Newton B. Mendeleev C. Dalton D. Moseley
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