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How did the climate in the Eocene compare to that of today? a. Much warmer c. Much colder b. The same d. Much more variable
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The climate in the Eocene compare to that of today is a. MUCH WARMER

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__________ is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing. User: __________ is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing. A. Tone B. Mood C. Language D. Word choice
Weegy: __________ is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing. answer: A. Tone source: (More)
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MOOD is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing.
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Iner, Please read your sources carefully. The source is good but the answer is clearly stated as MOOD.
"The tone of a piece of literature is the speaker's or narrator's attitude towards the subject, rather than what the reader feels, as in mood. Mood is the general feeling or atmosphere that a piece of writing creates within the reader."
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Hitler’s movement of troops into the Rhineland and other acts of aggression violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and ______. a. prompted a warning from the League of Nations. b. prompted counter-armament from France. c. led to bombing by League of Nations forces. d. got no response from the Allies.
Weegy: Hitler's movement of troops into the Rhineland and other actions of violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles a. prompted a warning from the League of Nations User: The Nazi party was also known as the _____. a. National Socialist Party b. Centre Party c. German Democratic Party d. German National People’s Party Weegy: The Nazi party was also known as the _____. a. [ National Socialist Party ... In 1928, however, after a disastrous showing at the polls (the party's share of votes fell from 21% in 1924 to 14%[36]), Alfred Hugenberg, leader of the party's hardliner wing who demanded "annihilation of Polish population" in 1899, became chairman. Hugenberg returned the party to a course of fundamental opposition against the Republic, but abandoned its previous monarchism in favour of more hardline nationalism and reluctant co-operation with the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), better known as the Nazi Party. ] (More)
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What kind of weather instrument focuses the Sun's rays onto a chart through a magnifying glass? a. A hygrometer c. A measuring lens b. A barometer d. A sunshine recorder
Weegy: The kind of weather instrument focuses the Sun's rays onto a chart through a magnifying glass is (d.) A sunshine recorder. Sunshine recorders are used to measure sunshine. The sun's rays are focused through a magnifying glass onto a chart. [ The chart has been treated so it won't catch fire, but will leave a burn mark to show for how many hours the sun shone. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:9Go8zwpuL-gJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.ieslamadraza.com/elena/websociales/geography3eso/Assistant%2520Language/elements_of_climate.pdf+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ph ] (More)
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True or False? Some scientists believe that global warming will lead to an increase in disease and starvation.
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TRUE. Some scientists believe that global warming will lead to an increase in disease and starvation.
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